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4JC32 2105S42-00 UNSPSC # 26121613

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Metal Clad Armored Cable, MC Lite, 12 AWG, 250 ft

  • Item # 4JC32
  • Mfr. Model # 2105S42-00
  • UNSPSC # 26121613
  • Catalog Page # 323 323
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Armored building cable is a collection of plastic-coated insulated wire bundled together and protected by a corrugated metal jacket (called a sheath or cord) that serves as a conduit and provides grounding. Also known as BX cable or metal-clad (MC) cable, armored cable prevents accidental penetration better than NM-B building cable, but it is heavier and harder to handle, rip back, and cut. It is often used in applications where cable will be exposed to mechanical or environmental damage under normal operating conditions, such as power circuits in industrial plants and commercial buildings.

Building wire and cable carry electrical current from a power source to a device in a building, such as an outlet or light fixture. Building wire is typically run through conduit, cable trays, or raceways. Building cable consists of multiple strands of wire bundled inside a thermoplastic or metal sheath. Building wire and cable are typically used to run new circuits or extend old circuits inside walls and ceilings in commercial, industrial, and residential properties.

Technical Specs

  • Item Metal Clad Armored Cable
  • Trade Designation MC Lite
  • Wire Size 12 AWG
  • Number of Conductors 3 with Insulated CU Ground
  • Wire Color Black, Green, Red, White
  • Jacket Color Silver
  • Length 250 ft
  • Conductor Design Solid
  • Jacket Material Aluminum
  • Insulation Material Nylon, PVC
  • Nominal Outside Dia. 0.53 in
  • Packaging Coil
  • Voltage 600 V
  • Temp. Rating 194 Degrees F Dry
  • Application General Purpose
  • Standards UL 83, 1479, 1569, 1581, 2556, File Reference E80042

Armored building cable is a collection of plastic-coated insulated wire bundled together and protected by a corrugated metal jacket (called a sheath or cord) that serves as a conduit and provides grounding. Also known as BX cable or metal-clad (MC) cable, armored cable prevents accidental penetration better than NM-B building cable, but it is heavier and harder to handle, rip back, and cut. It is often used in applications where cable will be exposed to mechanical or environmental damage under normal operating conditions, such as power circuits in industrial plants and commercial buildings.

Building wire and cable carry electrical current from a power source to a device in a building, such as an outlet or light fixture. Building wire is typically run through conduit, cable trays, or raceways. Building cable consists of multiple strands of wire bundled inside a thermoplastic or metal sheath. Building wire and cable are typically used to run new circuits or extend old circuits inside walls and ceilings in commercial, industrial, and residential properties.

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