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CL3 CMR ETL 14 Gauge 2 Conductor White Copper 1000 Feet Audio Cable

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CL3 CMR ETL 14 Gauge 2 Conductor White Copper 1000 Feet Audio Cable

Brand: Vertical Cable
MPN: 209-2322
Condition: New

14 AWG Conductor Size
2 Core Conductor
Oxygen-Free Stranded Bare Copper
Stranded Conductors provide additional flexibility
PVC Insulation Material
CMR CL3 Flame Retardant Test
Sequential Length Markings on Jacket
Great for Intercome Systems, Sound/Audio, Indoor Applications and ETL Listed, RoHS Comliant
Available in a Wooden Spool
Authorized Dealer

Conductor: 2 Core (Stranded BC)
Conductor Material:
Oxygen Free Copper Wire Strands
Conductor Size: 14 AWG
Conductor Stranding: 41 Strand
Conductor Strand Diameter: 0.254mm
Insulation Material: PVC
Insulation Average Thickness: 0.36mm
Insulation Min. Point Thickness: 0.33mm
Insulation Diameter (±0.05mm): 2.6mm
Assembly Diameter (±0.1mm): 5.20
Jacket Material: PVC
Jacket Color: White
Jacket Average Thickness: 0.60mm
Jacket Min. Point Thickness: 0.54mm
Jacket Outer Diameter (±0.1mm): 6.40mm
Insulation Color: Black, Red
Ripcord Material: Nylon (150D)

Electrical Performance
Rated Temperature:
75 degrees celsius
Voltage Rating: 300V
Reference Standard: ETL, CMR, CL3

Mechanical Characteristics
Test Object:
Test Material: PVC
Before Tensile Strength (Mpa): ≥13.8
Aging Elongation (%): ≥100
Aging Condition (ºCxhrs): 100x168
After Tensile Strength (Mpa): ≥85% of unaged
Aging Elongation (%): ≥50% of unaged
Cold Bend (-20±2º Cx4hrs): No Crack

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