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  • VNTC - TFN, THWN or THHN<br>Shielded, with Drain Wire

    Applications
    As flame-retardant multi-conductor control, signal or power cables rated 600 volts, 90 Deg. C. in dry locations. 75 Deg. C. in wet locations. Specifically approved for installation in cable trays per Article 336 of the NEC. Also approved for use in Class 1 remote-control and signaling circuits per Article 725 of the NEC. Type TC cable is suitable for use in Class I and II, Division 2 hazardous locations. Cables may be installed in air, in ducts or conduits, in tray or trough, are suitable for direct burial.

    Construction
    Individual conductors of stranded uncoated copper Type TFN (16AWG). Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG), color coded, cabled singles, overall aluminum/polyester foil tape plus tinned Cu drain wire, PVC jacket, surface printed.

    Standards

    1. Listed by UL as Type TC Tray Cable per Article 336 of the NEC.
    2. Individual conductors UL listed as Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG) or Type TFN (16 AWG).
    3. Overall jacket UL listed as Sunlight Resistant.
    4. Cables UL listed for Direct Burial.
    5. Cables pass UL and IEEE-383 ribbon burner tests and ICEA 210.00 BTU/hour test.
    Notes
    • Drain wire 18 AWG on size 16 AWG conductor constructions, and 16 AWG on all other sizes.
    • Class 1 circuits as defined in Article 725.
    • Class 1, Division II Hazardous Locations per Article 501.4(B).
    • Aerial use permitted with a messenger.
    • Standard Color Coding is ICEA Method 1 for NEC applications.
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  • VNTC - TFN, THWN or THHN<br>Shielded, with Drain Wire

    Applications
    As flame-retardant multi-conductor control, signal or power cables rated 600 volts, 90 Deg. C. in dry locations. 75 Deg. C. in wet locations. Specifically approved for installation in cable trays per Article 336 of the NEC. Also approved for use in Class 1 remote-control and signaling circuits per Article 725 of the NEC. Type TC cable is suitable for use in Class I and II, Division 2 hazardous locations. Cables may be installed in air, in ducts or conduits, in tray or trough, are suitable for direct burial.

    Construction
    Individual conductors of stranded uncoated copper Type TFN (16AWG). Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG), color coded, cabled singles, overall aluminum/polyester foil tape plus tinned Cu drain wire, PVC jacket, surface printed.

    Standards

    1. Listed by UL as Type TC Tray Cable per Article 336 of the NEC.
    2. Individual conductors UL listed as Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG) or Type TFN (16 AWG).
    3. Overall jacket UL listed as Sunlight Resistant.
    4. Cables UL listed for Direct Burial.
    5. Cables pass UL and IEEE-383 ribbon burner tests and ICEA 210.00 BTU/hour test.
    Notes
    • Drain wire 18 AWG on size 16 AWG conductor constructions, and 16 AWG on all other sizes.
    • Class 1 circuits as defined in Article 725.
    • Class 1, Division II Hazardous Locations per Article 501.4(B).
    • Aerial use permitted with a messenger.
    • Standard Color Coding is ICEA Method 1 for NEC applications.

  • VNTC - TFN, THWN or THHN<br>Shielded, with Drain Wire

    Applications
    As flame-retardant multi-conductor control, signal or power cables rated 600 volts, 90 Deg. C. in dry locations. 75 Deg. C. in wet locations. Specifically approved for installation in cable trays per Article 336 of the NEC. Also approved for use in Class 1 remote-control and signaling circuits per Article 725 of the NEC. Type TC cable is suitable for use in Class I and II, Division 2 hazardous locations. Cables may be installed in air, in ducts or conduits, in tray or trough, are suitable for direct burial.

    Construction
    Individual conductors of stranded uncoated copper Type TFN (16AWG). Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG), color coded, cabled singles, overall aluminum/polyester foil tape plus tinned Cu drain wire, PVC jacket, surface printed.

    Standards

    1. Listed by UL as Type TC Tray Cable per Article 336 of the NEC.
    2. Individual conductors UL listed as Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG) or Type TFN (16 AWG).
    3. Overall jacket UL listed as Sunlight Resistant.
    4. Cables UL listed for Direct Burial.
    5. Cables pass UL and IEEE-383 ribbon burner tests and ICEA 210.00 BTU/hour test.
    Notes
    • Drain wire 18 AWG on size 16 AWG conductor constructions, and 16 AWG on all other sizes.
    • Class 1 circuits as defined in Article 725.
    • Class 1, Division II Hazardous Locations per Article 501.4(B).
    • Aerial use permitted with a messenger.
    • Standard Color Coding is ICEA Method 1 for NEC applications.

    • VNTC - TFN, THWN or THHN<br>Shielded, with Drain Wire

      Applications
      As flame-retardant multi-conductor control, signal or power cables rated 600 volts, 90 Deg. C. in dry locations. 75 Deg. C. in wet locations. Specifically approved for installation in cable trays per Article 336 of the NEC. Also approved for use in Class 1 remote-control and signaling circuits per Article 725 of the NEC. Type TC cable is suitable for use in Class I and II, Division 2 hazardous locations. Cables may be installed in air, in ducts or conduits, in tray or trough, are suitable for direct burial.

      Construction
      Individual conductors of stranded uncoated copper Type TFN (16AWG). Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG), color coded, cabled singles, overall aluminum/polyester foil tape plus tinned Cu drain wire, PVC jacket, surface printed.

      Standards

      1. Listed by UL as Type TC Tray Cable per Article 336 of the NEC.
      2. Individual conductors UL listed as Type THWN or THHN (14-10 AWG) or Type TFN (16 AWG).
      3. Overall jacket UL listed as Sunlight Resistant.
      4. Cables UL listed for Direct Burial.
      5. Cables pass UL and IEEE-383 ribbon burner tests and ICEA 210.00 BTU/hour test.
      Notes
      • Drain wire 18 AWG on size 16 AWG conductor constructions, and 16 AWG on all other sizes.
      • Class 1 circuits as defined in Article 725.
      • Class 1, Division II Hazardous Locations per Article 501.4(B).
      • Aerial use permitted with a messenger.
      • Standard Color Coding is ICEA Method 1 for NEC applications.

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