Multi-conductor control cable

AutomationDirect's multi-conductor control cables are available in reels up to 1,000 feet and come with up to 41 unshielded conductors and sizes up to 10 gauge.

05/01/2013


AutomationDirect's multi-conductor control cables are available in reels up to 1,000 feet and come with up to 41 unshielded conductors and sizes up to 10 gauge. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect's flexible multi-conductor control cables are available in sizes ranging from 18 to 10 gauge and come with three to 41 unshielded conductors (including green/yellow ground). Individual stranded copper conductors feature black PVC/Nylon insulation and are marked with identification numbers. Fitted with a rugged premium grade PVC outer jacket, cables are flexible for easy installation and are available in 100, 250, 500 and 1,000-foot reels. Resistant to sunlight, oil, and moisture penetration, the cables are suitable for wet and dry locations and for indoor and outdoor applications. The multi-conductor flexible control cables are also UL and CSA approved and RoHS compliant. 

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