Tray Cables are ideal for signal and energy transmission with minimum interference. Our Tray and Instrumentation Cables are sunlight, heat, and moisture resistant. They also come in multi-conductor and multi-pair styles. For applications in hazardous locations, many of our tray cables are also available with various shielding options. Generally, tray cables are used for installation in trays, wireways, troughs, raceways, ducts, conduits, and channels. We carry a wide variety of tray cables to ensure that you have the proper cable for your application.
Our Power-Limited Tray Cable (PLTC) is suitable for mass transit systems and power-limited circuits. It features PVC insulation and is NEC compliant. This tray cable is available in multi-paired, overall shielded, and individually shielded pairs constructions. Our EPR/CPE Type TC-ER cable is ideal for control and utility applications. It has flame-retardant EPR insulation and meets many UL specifications. This type of cable also comes in shielded or unshielded constructions, one of which comes with a ground wire.
We also offer Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) tray cables. These cables are for connecting VFD systems to motors. They are highly flexible and feature either PVC or combination PVC/Nylon insulation. They are suitable for use in moving control applications and offer an extremely long service life. Low-Smoke, Zero-Halogen (LSZH) tray cables are also available. Our LSZH tray cable has EPR insulation and is ideal for use in lowly ventilated areas. Much like our EPR/CPR tray cable, this cable is also available with a ground wire.
Our VNTC tray cable comes in many constructions. These cables are perfect general-purpose tray cables and are suitable for use in direct burial applications. They come in varying constructions, including a type TC-ER version. Our XLP/PVC tray cable also comes with various shielding options. These cables feature XLPE insulation and a PVC jacket. They are ideal for conduit and direct burial applications. They also have NEC approval for use in Class 1, Division 2 hazardous locations. This cable is also available shielded, multi-paired, or with a ground wire.