$0.00 / 1000 FT
  • Approx LBS/MFT: 8.05
  • AWG Size: 18
  • Cond. Material: Silver-Coated Copper
  • Conductor Stranding: 19/30
  • Insul. Material: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
  • Jacket Material: Polyimide (PI)
  • M27500 Component: JB
  • Max O.D. (in): 0.071
  • Max. Temp: 200C
  • Mil-Spec: M22759/28
  • Min O.D. (in): 0.067
  • Min. Temp: -55C
  • No. of Cond.: 1
  • No. of Strands: 19
  • Nom. Dia. of Cond.: 0.047
  • SAE Spec: AS22759/28
  • Strand Size: 30
  • Voltage: 600

M22759/28-18 — 18 Gauge M22759/28 Mil-Spec Wire

The M22759/28-18 cable is a robust electrical cable designed to meet the requirements of various industrial and commercial applications. With an approximate weight of 8.05 pounds per thousand feet, it offers a balance of durability and flexibility.

Featuring an 18 AWG size, this cable is suitable for a wide range of electrical applications. It is constructed with silver-coated copper conductors, known for their excellent electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, and durability. The conductor stranding consists of 19 strands, each with a 30-gauge thickness, ensuring both flexibility and strength.

This cable is insulated with Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a material renowned for its exceptional thermal and electrical insulating properties. The jacket material is Polyimide (PI), providing additional protection and robustness. With a maximum outer diameter of 0.071 inches and a maximum operating temperature of 200 degrees Celsius, it is well-suited for use in high-temperature environments.

Compliant with Mil-Spec M22759/28 and SAE Spec AS22759/28 standards, this cable meets rigorous industry regulations and quality standards. It is equipped with 19 strands, ensuring reliable performance and compliance with the demands of various applications.

The M22759/28-18 cable is a dependable and durable solution ideal for numerous applications. Its silver-coated copper conductors, PTFE insulation, Polyimide jacket, and high-temperature rating make it well-suited for environments where consistent signal transmission and resistance to high temperatures are essential.