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ITC-HL and MC-HL cables eliminate the need for conduit when installed in accordance with NEC Article 501.10(A)(1)(d) "ITC-HL" or 501.10(A)(1)(C) "MC-HL" installations. UL listed as PLTC-Power Limited Tray Cable and as ITC-HL - Instrument Tray Cable/Hazardous Locations for use in accordance with Article 725 (Class 1, 2 & 3) and Article 727 of the National Electrical Code.
UL listed as MC-HL for use in Class I,II, and III, Divisions 1 and 2 hazardous location in accordance with NEC Articles 501, 502, 503, 504 & 505; in Zone 2, Class II Div 2, Class III Div 1 and Class III Div 2 per CEC.
The isolated individual shields over each pair, in SP-OS cables, when properly grounded, prevent crosstalk or capacitive coupling between adjacent pairs while the overall shield eliminates most of the static interference from the electrical field radiated by power cables and other electrical equipment.
C-L-X X-Olene P-OS, SP-OS
This is a unique instrumentation cable designed according to the professional standards and is UL listed as a Power Limited Tray Cable. The cable has physical features that eliminates the need for conduit during installation. This design construction is according with NEC Article 501.10(A) (1) (d).
SP-OS cable is made from copper conductor. They are designed as solid or stranded.Copper is an excellent electrical conductor, when used it helps in fast reliance and transmission of electrical data. Each pair of the conductors has a shield which provides both security and support.
Adequate security of the cable conductors improves the integrity of instrumentation and control processes. That is why the insulation system for this cable is made from X-Olene material. The insulation keeps away moisture, gases and it’s also flame retardant.
It is suitable for process control circuits and instrumentation in the industries. This instrumentation tray cable is designed suitable for hazardous locations. When this cable is given an appropriate ground, it prevents crosstalk or capacitive coupling between adjacent pairs of conductors. The overall shield helps to eliminate static interference from the electrical field, radiated by power cables and electrical devices.