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10 AWG FR-XLP CPE Jacket, 600V

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Applications
As flame-retardant multi-conductor control, signal or power cables rated 600 volts, 90 ºC in wet or dry locations. Specifically approved for installation in cable trays per Article 336 of the NEC. Also approved for use in Class I 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, and are suitable for direct burial.

Construction
Stranded uncoated copper conductors, 30 mils FR-XLPE flame-retardant crosslinked polyethylene insulation, color coded, two conductors flat, three or more conductors twisted with suitable fillers where necessary to make round, cable tape, CPE jacket overall, surface printed.

Standards
  • Listed by UL as Type TC per Standard 1277 for Tray Cables.
  • Cables UL listed for Direct Burial.
  • Individual conductors pass UL VW-1 flame test.
  • Individual conductors UL listed as Type XHHW-2.
  • Overall jacket UL listed as Sunlight Resistant.
  • Cables with grounding conductor UL listed for Open Wiring.
  • Cables pass IEEE-383 ribbon burner flame test and ICEA 210,000 BTU/hour test.
  • Cables pass IEEE1202/CSA FT4 (70,000 BTU/hr) cable tray flame test.
  • Cables meet requirements of ICEA S-73-532, NEMA WC70 for Control Cables.
Notes
  • Cables may be supplied with an insulated ground and marked ""Open Wiring.""
  • Standard color coding is Method 1 for NEC applications per Appendix E, Table E-2 of ICEA S-73-532(TECH I006). This color coding method omits white and green from the color sequence. A white or green conductor can be supplied on request.
  • Color Coding also available ICEA Method 1, Table E-1; power sizes, ICEA Method 4.
Options
  • Bare or Tinned Copper
  • Flexible stranded conductors
  • E1 or E2 color codes
  • EPR Insulation
  • PVC, CSPE, LSOH jackets
  • Overall copper tape shield
  • Overall copper braid shield
  • Overall longitudinal corrugated copper shield
  • Overall mylar tape shield with drain wire
  • 1000 volt rated construction
Consult AWG for a variety of alternate constructions for specific applications.





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Item #

No. of
Conductors

Size
AWG

Number
of
Strands

Nominal
Insulation
Thickness
(in)

Nominal
Insulation
Thickness
(mm)

Nominal
Jacket
Thickness
(in)

Nominal
Jacket
Thickness
(mm)

Nominal
Cable
O.D.
(in)

Nominal
Cable
O.D.
(mm)

Copper
Weight
lbs/MFT

Copper
Weight
kg/km

Approximate
Cable
Weight
lb/MFT

Approximate
Cable
Weight
km/kg

10-R-CPE-2-FLAT 2-Flat 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.045 1.14 .290x.480 7.37x12.19 66 98 114 170
10-R-CPE-2 2 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.045 1.14 0.455 11.560 67 100 130 193
10-R-CPE-3+GRND 3+Grnd 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.045 1.14 0.485 12.320 135 200 201 299
10-R-CPE-3 3 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.045 1.14 0.485 12.320 101 150 173 257
10-R-CPE-4 4 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.06 1.52 0.515 13.080 135 200 236 351
10-R-CPE-5 5 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.06 1.52 0.615 15.620 167 249 287 427
10-R-CPE-7 7 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.06 1.52 0.670 17.020 234 349 371 552
10-R-CPE-9 9 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.06 1.52 0.785 19.940 295 440 479 713
10-R-CPE-12 12 10 7/.0385 0.030 0.76 0.08 2.03 0.895 22.730 402 598 644 958
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