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XLPE/XL-CPE Unshielded Control Cable with Printed Numbers (Type TC) Specifications

XLPE/XL-CPE Unshielded Cable (Type TC) Construction:

  • Conductor:
    • 16 AWG thru 10 AWG fully annealed stranded tinned copper per ASTM B33
    • Class B stranding per ASTM B8
  • Insulation:
    • Flame Retardant Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE)
    • Color-coded per ICEA Method 1; Table E-2 plus alpha-numeric printed numbers (Does not include white or green
  • Jacket:
    • Cross-Linked Chlorinated Polyethylene (XL-CPE)
  • Unshielded Control Cable Options:
    • 2kV version
    • Bare copper conductor
    • Class C stranding
    • E-1 Color Code
    • Overall shielded multi-conductor
    • Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR) insulation
    • Thermoplastic Low-Smoke, Zero-Halogen (LSZH) jacket
    • Flame Retardant, Polyvinylchloride (PVC) jacket
    • Other constructions available upon request

XLPE/XL-CPE Unshielded Cable (Type TC) Ratings and Approvals:

  • Voltage Rating: 600V
  • Max. Temperature: 90°C, wet or dry
  • UL 44 Type XHHW-2
  • UL 1277 Type TC
  • UL 1581
  • ICEA S-73-532
  • ICEA S-95-658/NEMA WC74
  • UL 1581 VW-1
  • UL 1277 Flame Test
  • IEEE 383
  • IEEE 1202
  • CSA FT4
  • ICEA T-29-520
  • Meets EPA 40 CFR, Part 261 for leachable lead content per TCLP method
  • OSHA acceptable

XLPE/XL-CPE Unshielded Cable (Type TC) Features:

  • Ripcord applied to all cables with jacket thickness of 60 mils or less
  • Excellent physical, thermal and electrical properties
  • Excellent moisture resistance
  • Outstanding resistance to crush, compression cuts, and heat deformation
  • Excellent flame resistance
  • Oil resistant jacket
  • "Heavy Duty" rating per ICEA standards
  • Sunlight and weather resistant
  • Excellent low-temperature cold bend characteristics
  • Meets cold bend test at -35°C

XLPE/XL-CPE Unshielded Cable (Type TC) Applications:

  • In free air, raceways, or direct burial
  • In wet or dry locations
  • Permitted for use in Class I, Div 2 industrial hazardous locations per NEC Article 501 and Class 1 circuits per NEC