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  • IMSA 19-1<br>Traffic Control Cable

    Application:
    For use in signal systems in underground conduit/duct, or as aerial cable supported by a messenger, or for installation in buildings.

    Construction

    • Solid Conductor or Stranded Conductor.
    • Polyethylene Insulation, PVC Jacket 75 ºC, 600 Volt.

  • IMSA 20-1<br>Traffic Control Cable

    Application:
    For use in signal systems in underground conduit/duct, or as aerial cable supported by a messenger.

    Construction

    • Solid Conductor or Stranded Conductor.
    • Polyethylene Insulation, Polyethylene Jacket 75 ºC, 600 Volt.

    • IMSA 51-5<br>Tube Loop Detector Cable

      Application:
      Used in road pavements to detect vehicles for the purpose of changing signals or determining amount of traffic flow.

      Construction:
      PVC Insulation, PVC Jacket 75 ºC, 600 Volt
      Single conductor PVC Nylon with tube jacket.

      • AWG #14 (2.08mm) one copper conductor per ASTM B-3)
      • 19 strand concentric or bunch stranding.
      • 15 mils of black PVC per UL 62.
      • Jacket is clear nylon per ASTM D-4066.
      • Encasing tube is PVC or PE compound.
      • Temperature rating: 60 ºC.
      • Voltage rating: 600 volts.
      Specifications:
      IMSA Spec No. 51-5-1984.
      Also available: NCDOT 199 and NCDOT 06-24273.

    • IMSA 50-2<br>Loop Detector Lead-In Wire

      Application:
      Used in municipal signal systems as lead-in cable or for use in communication circuits where a low capacitance is needed, suitable for underground conduit, as aerial cable supported by messenger, or in raceways in buildings.

      Construction:

      • Aluminum/Polyester Shield
      • PE Jacket, 600 Volts
      • Unilay stranded tin coated, annealed copper per ASTM-B-33.
      • Insulation is high molecular weight PE per UL 758, black and clear.
      • Aluminum/Polyester ape shield helically applied.
      • Stranded, tin coated drain wire.
      • Polyethylene Jacketed, 600 Volts (black).
      Standards:
      IMSA Spec No. 50-2-1984.
      Also available: NCDOT 1993 and NCDOT 06-031110.

    • IMSA 51-1 THHN<br>Loop Detector Lead-In Wire

      Application:
      Designed for use in municipal signal systems as ""Loop Detector Wire"". These wires are installed in pavement saw cuts at traffic intersections to detect the presence of motor vehicles. The signal is sent to a traffic signal controller to activate the light changes.

      Construction:

        • Conductors
          Stranded, uncoated annealed copper per ASTM B-8. Other strandings and tinned conductors available upon special request.

      • Insulation
        Heat stabilized PVC with a nylon jacket per IMSA Specification No. 51.1 paragraph 4 and 6. Insulation color is black.


      Standards:
      Dimensionals physicals and electricals per IMSA SPECIFICATION NO. 51.1.

    • IMSA 51-3<br>Loop Detector Wire

      Application:
      Designed for use in municipal signal systems as "Loop Detector Wire". These wires are installed in pavement saw cuts at traffic intersections to detect the presence of motor vehicles. The signal is sent to a traffic signal controller to activate the light changes.

      Construction
      Conductors
      Solid, or stranded, bare, uncoated copper with separator per ASTM B03 or B08. Other strandings and tinned conductors available upon special request.

      Insulation
      Cross linked polyethylene per IMSA Specification No. 51-3, paragraph 4. Insulation color is black.

      Standards
      Tests: Dimensionals, phusicals, and electricals per IMSA Specification No. 51-3.

      Note:
      The data listed is approximate and subject to normal manufacturing tolerances. Alternate constructions or materials may be available.

    • IMSA Cable Shipping Weights

      This color code system employs six (6) different base colors alternating through a series of 21 conductors. In this series, the last 15 conductors are marked with tracers of contrasting colors. The color sequence is repeated in regular sequence as necessary for cable configurations employing more than twenty-one (21) conductors.

    • IMSA Cable Shipping Weights
    • IMSA Cable Shipping Weights
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