$0.00 / 1000 FT
  • Approx LBS/MFT: 1.34
  • AWG Size: 28
  • Cond. Material: Nickel-Plated Copper Alloy (High Strength)
  • Conductor Stranding: 7/36
  • Insul. Material: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
  • Jacket Material: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
  • M27500 Component: TN
  • Max O.D. (in): 0.035
  • Max. Temp: 260C
  • Mil-Spec: M22759/23
  • Min O.D. (in): 0.031
  • Min. Temp: -55C
  • No. of Cond.: 1
  • No. of Strands: 7
  • Nom. Dia. of Cond.: 0.015
  • SAE Spec: AS22759/23
  • Strand Size: 36
  • Voltage: 600

M22759/23-28 — 28 Gauge M22759/23 Mil-Spec Wire

The M22759/23-28 is a high-quality electrical cable designed to meet the demanding requirements of various applications, including aerospace and industrial environments. This cable weighs approximately 1.34 pounds per thousand feet, making it suitable for lightweight and space-conscious applications.

Featuring a 28 AWG size, this cable is ideal for situations where a fine and flexible wire is required. Its conductors are made of a high-strength nickel-plated copper alloy, offering excellent electrical conductivity while also providing resistance to corrosion. The conductor stranding consists of 7 strands, each with a 36-gauge thickness, ensuring flexibility and reliability.

The cable is insulated with Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a material known for its outstanding thermal and electrical insulating properties. With a maximum outer diameter of 0.035 inches and a maximum operating temperature of 260 degrees Celsius, this cable can handle high-temperature environments while maintaining excellent electrical performance.

Complying with Mil-Spec M22759/23 and SAE Spec AS22759/23 standards, this cable meets industry regulations and quality standards. With 7 strands and a voltage rating of 600 volts, the M22759/23-28 is a dependable solution for applications demanding both fine wire flexibility and high-temperature resistance. Its use of a nickel-plated copper alloy conductor and PTFE insulation ensures durability and excellent electrical performance in challenging environments.