Featuring both UL and CSA tray cable ratings, a low temperature rating of -40°C, and a bend radius that is 5x that of standard VFD cable, it is a combination of ruggedness and routability in the market.
The cable’s cross-linked polyethylene insulation offers superior resistance from corona discharge, low capacitance for longer runs, and excellent low temperature properties to -40°C. Its premium TPE jacket can hold up to everything from corroding solvents (UL Oil Res I/II) to intense sunlight. The radius allows the cable to be bent to fit in tight corners, greatly improving ease of installation. The round, symmetrical design also reduces the diameter of the cable and increases its flexibility for easier routing and handling.
The cable is available in sizes ranging from 16 AWG to 4 AWG, with a temperature range of -40°C to +90°C. Using a double shielding system to provide maximum EMI protection over a wide frequency range, the copper braid has a combination of aluminum/polyester/aluminum foil with 85% coverage.
Compatible with systems from all major VFD manufacturers, the cables are approved to a wide range of standards, including CSA CIC Control and TC and UL TC-ER, 1000 V Motor Supply Cable, and Sunlight Resistance. In addition, this series is suitable for use in NFPA 79 applications.
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