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CVTC Tray Cable, 10/2, 500 Ft.
- Item # 4DNX8
- Mfr. Model # 770590
- UNSPSC # 26121603
- Catalog Page # 486
- Shipping Weight 14.11 lbs.
- ItemFlat CVTC Tray Cable
- Wire Size10 AWG
- Number of Conductors2
- Spool Length500 ft.
- Nominal Outside Dia.0.290" x 0.480"
- Jacket ColorBlack
- Wire ColorBlack, Red
- Conductor MaterialCopper
- Jacket MaterialXLPE/PVC
- Max. Amps30
- Cable TypeUL Type TC - ER
- Max. Voltage600V
- Temp. Range-4 Degrees to 194 Degrees F
- FeaturesFor Use in Free Air, Tray, Raceway or Direct Burial Applications, Sunlight, Weather, Abrasion and Chemical Resistant
- StandardsUL 44 Type XHHW-2, UL1277, UL1581, ICEA s-73-532
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