1. Conductor: Stranded soft annealed copper, tinned or alloy coated where necessary, class B strand.
2. Insulation: ‘Thermoplastic / nylon
3. Color Coded: Black, white or blue, red, orange or green, per IEEE-45 standards
4. Assembly: Conductors are cabled together with non hygroscopic fillers for a circular cross section.
5. Overall Jacket: Thermoplastic jacket complying with table 8-9 (1998)
6. Optional Armor: Aluminum or bronze basket weave armor overall meeting the requirement of IEEE 45.*
ABS, BV, DNV-GL, LR, NK, USCG, TC Transport Canada Marine Safety “Cable constructions, Jackets, and Inner components tested to UL 1309 - CSA C22.2 No. 245 for Cold Bend (-40°C) and Cold Impact (-35°C)”
• EC 60228
• IEC 60092-350
• IEC 60092-353
• IEC 60332-1
• IEC 60332-3-22 Cat A
• IEC 60754-1&2
• IEC 61034-1&2
• IEEE 45
• IEEE 1580
• IEEE 1202
• AS/NZS 1125
• AS/NZS 1660.5.1
• AS/NZS 1660.5.2
• AS/NZS 1660.5.3
• AS/NZS 1660.5.6
Type NI cables are designed for use on non U.S. Navy commercial marine vessels. These cables may be used on work boats, tugs, fishing boats, casino boats, and other commercial vessels in addition to certain oil rig applications. These cables should be used for the distribution of power up to their voltage rating throughout the system, and may be used in lighting, communication, control, and electronic circuits as desired; suitable for installation in trays, troughs, channels, conduit, and wireways. Finished cables pass the IEEE-383 and IEEE Standard 1202 flammability test.