Price (Per FT.)
- Used as power and control cables in dry and wet locations
- Can be installed in cable trays, raceways, and open air
- Suitable for exposure to weather, direct burial, and for Class 1 Division 2 hazardous locations as per NEC
- IEEE 1202
- UL 44 (Type XHHW-2)
- UL 1581
- UL 1277 Type TC-ER
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Tray Cable FREP-CPE with Ground M-4 600V Cable
This cable is a type of Instrumentation Cable that is insulated with an Ethylene Propylene Rubber and jacketed with Chlorinated Polyethylene. Insulation and jacketing of Tray Cable FREP-CPE ensures safety of the cable from the punishing environmental conditions.
The cable is designed with Class B copper conductors which are stranded in accordance to ASTM B8. Class B copper is soft and lightweight and will enhance installation since less effort will be required to bend and carry the cable.
Tray Cable Ground M-4 is approved to meet requirements of the following international standards organizations:
• IEEE 1202
• Underwriters Laboratory (UL) 1581
• ASTM B3 and ASTM B8
• National Electric Code (NEC) Acceptance
• UL 44 (Type XHHW-2)
• UL 1277 Type TC-ER
Ethylene Propylene Rubber polymer is thermoplastic and can withstand wet and dry environmental conditions. This is because EPR has an operational temperature rating of -550C to 1500C. It is non-conducting and will not expose the handler to electric shocks during installations or when handling it. EPR insulation also prevents the conductors from getting into contacts among themselves, as it would cause power blows and faults.
Jacketing is the outer covering that prevents the insulated conductors from direct chemical and mechanical damages. Tray Cable FREP-CPE just as the name suggests is jacketed with a tough Chlorinated Polyethylene which protects the cable from abrasion and moisture. This improves the service life of the cable.
This is a dual performing power distribution cable that can perform in both wet and dry environmental locations. It is desirable for power distributions not exceeding 600 volts.
• Fire alarming systems
• Power and lighting clamps
• Intercom systems
• Industrial machines
• Petrochemical refineries
• Cash registers