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XLPE/PVC Shielded Low-Voltage Industrial Power Cable Specifications

XLPE/PVC Shielded Low-Voltage Power Cable Construction:

  • Conductor: 14 AWG thru 500 kcmil fully annealed tinned stranded copper, Class B stranding per ASTM B8
  • Insulation: Flame Retardant Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) - 90°, VW-1
    • Color-coded per ICEA Method 4; Individual conductors colored black with conductor number surface printed in contrasting ink
  • Ground: 3 symmetrically placed annealed tinned copper conductors in direct contact with shield, Class B stranding per ASTM B8
  • Dual Shield: Overall tinned copper braided shield in conjunction with an aluminum/polymer tape shield
  • Jacket: Flame retardant, moisture and sunlight resistant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - Black

XLPE/PVC Shielded Low-Voltage Power Cable Ratings and Approvals:

  • Voltage Rating: 600V
    • VFD Applications: 2000V
  • Max. Temperature: 90°C wet or dry
  • UL 1277 Type TC-ER
  • UL Type RHH or RHW-2 conductors per UL 44
  • Flame Tests: IEEE 383, IEEE 1202
  • Meets EPA 10 CFR, Part 261 for leachable lead content per TCLP method
  • OSHA acceptable

XLPE/PVC Shielded Low-Voltage Power Cable Features:

  • The dual shield provides maximum shield coverage required for Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) applications
  • Meets crush and impact requirements to Type MC cable
  • Excellent electrical properties
  • Abrasion and chemical resistant
  • Sunlight and weather resistant

XLPE/PVC Shielded Low-Voltage Power Cable Applications:

  • For use in AC motors controlled by Pulse Width Modulated Inverters, in VFD applications rated up to 2000 Volts. These motor drive systems require cables that are designed to prevent radio frequency interference (RFI) which can lead to malfunction.
  • In raceways, cable tray or direct burial
  • In wet or dry locations
  • Permitted for use in Class I, Div 2 industrial hazardous locations per NEC
  • Permitted for Exposed Run 'ER' use in accordance with NEC