This XT Flexible Wire is ideal for use where environmental factors require cable characteristics to perform with a high degree of flame retardancy,  excellent moisture-stable electrical values, and reliability. It is engineered and manufactured for both original equipment and retrofit use in electronics equipment. This cable is suitable for use in all types of heavy and light rail cars, rapid transit cars, and diesel-electric locomotives. It meets mulitple industry compliances and has a voltage rating of 600V.

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Polyrad XT Flexible Wire (600V) Specifications

XT Flexible Wire Construction:

  • Conductor: 20 AWG - 1111 kcmil soft annealed tinned copper
  • Insulation: Polyrad XT Flame Retardant, Low Smoke Irradiated Cross-Linked Polyolefin (XLPO)
  • Options:
    • Available as multi-conductor
    • Class K Stranding
    • Available in dark gray and other colors

XT Flexible Wire Ratings and Approvals:

  • Dual temperature rating: 125°C/110°C 
  • Voltage Rating: 600V
  • Polyrad XT Flexible Wire Industry Compliances:
    • AAR S-501/AAR RP-585
    • ICEA S-95-658
  • Polyrad XT Flexible Wire Flame Test Compliances:
    • IEEE 1202 (70,000 BTU/hr)
    • IEEE 383 (70,000 BTU/hr)
    • VW-1
  • Other Polyrad XT Flexible Wire Compliances:
    • BSS 7239
    • SMP 800-C
    • ASTM E662
    • Meets 49 CFR Part 238 for flame and smoke
    • NYCTA TX Specification approved available

XT Flexible Wire Benefits:

  • Dual temperature rating - 125°C/110°C for long life, higher ampacities and protection from thermal overloads
  • Excellent flexibility and free stripping
  • Higher ampacities and simplified installations due to small outside diameters, flexible stranding and insulation
  • Outstanding thermal stability at elevated temperatures
  • Maximum flame retardance and low toxicity
  • Excellent low-temperature performance; suitable for sub-zero conditions
  • Extra tough, mechanically-rugged Irradiated Thermoset Insulation
  • Resistant to most oils and chemicals
  • Meets cold bend test at -55°C
  • Meets cold impact test at -40°C