Cerrowire’s 600V aluminum SER cable may be used only in aboveground locations. It is rated for use up to 194°F in wet or dry locations. The insulated and bare conductors are twisted together, then wrapped in a glass reinforced tape. There is a gray, sunlight-resistant PVC jacket over the complete assembly.
Atkore’s MC Glide Tuff cable has a lightweight steel design that will glide with ease through metal studs and ceilings, without sacrificing flexibility or strength. It works with the same tools, fittings and supports as traditional MC cables. It minimizes damage to studs.
Encore Wire’s Vertical Run MC steel armor MC cable is permitted for 600V applications. It is suitable for dry locations and is designed for use where offset space is limited or not feasible for installation and eliminates internal conductor slippage on vertical installations. It retains flexibility over comparable vertical-specific cable assemblies.
Encore Wire’s TC-ER SE-R hybrid cable is permitted for 600V applications. It is available in 8 AWG–300 kcmil, has a sunlight- and fungus-resistant PVC jacket ,and it is suitable for wet, damp and dry locations. It is designed for use in commercial, residential and industrial applications and can be used in indoor, outdoor, aboveground and underground settings.
AFC Cable Systems’ power-limited fire alarm cable is mechanically protected for ease of installation in commercial applications. It has a steel armor, is color-coded red for identification and is rated for all installations up through 300V. It operates in temperatures between 14°F and 167°F. It features a nylon ripcord for ease of jacket stripping.
Southwire’s SOOW 600V Royal flexible power cable is rated water-, oil- and weather-resistant. It is designed for extra-hard usage on industrial equipment, heavy tools, battery chargers, portable lights, welding leads, marine dockside power, power extensions and mining applications. The jacket is flexible, black CPE, and it operates in temperatures between –40°F and 194°C. It is available in 250, 500 and...