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Okotherm CIC 600 volt control cables are used in systems where, in the event of a fire, circuit integrity is required in order to maintain a process or to safely shut down the process. Fire resistance is determined by compliance to the IEC 60331 circuit integrity fire test. Okotherm CIC cables maintain circuit integrity based on qualification to the IEC standard 60331 for all temperatures and times up to and including 2000°F for three hours. When exposed to a fire, the Okotherm CIC insulation becomes an electrically insulating ceramic-like ash that is capable of maintaining the operating voltage.
Okotherm CIC CLX Type MC cables with the impervious, continuous aluminum corrugated sheath are recommended as an alternative to a wire conduit system. These cables may be installed indoors or outdoors, in wet or dry locations, as open runs of cable secured to supports not more than six feet apart, in cable tray, as an aerial cable on a messenger, in any approved raceway, direct burial, or encased in concrete. They are also approved for use in Class I & II, Division 2, Class III,Division 1 and 2 and Class I, Zone 2 hazardous locations per NEC Articles 501, 502, 503, and 505.
Okotherm CIC CLX Type MC control cables are authorized for use on services, feeders and branch circuits for power, lighting, control and signaling circuits in accordance with NEC articles 330 and 725.
Nickel coated copper conductors, Okotherm CIC fire resistant thermoset silicone insulation, with FR tape if required, color or number coded fiber glass braid, cabled conductors, optional grounding conductor, cable tape, aluminum CLX sheath, Okoseal (PVC) jacket.
Conductors: Nickel Coated Copper
Insulation: Okotherm Thermoset Silicone, with FR tape if required
Color Code: ICEA S-73-532, Method 3 or 4
Braid: Fiber Glass Braid
Armor-CLX: Continuously Welded and Corrugated Aluminum
Outer Jacket: Black PVC
Applicable Industry Standards
— UL 1569, 1309 — ICEA S-73-532
(NEMA WC 57) — ICEA S-95-658
(NEMA WC 70) — ASTM B-355
IEC 60331, ICEA T-29-520, IEEE 1202