100 ft. Unshielded Tray Cable with 12 Conductors and 16 AWG Wire Size, Gray
- Item # 2WGR5
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # CF130US-15-12-100
- Catalog Page # 339
- UNSPSC # 26121629
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- Item Continuous Flexing Tray Cable
- Number of Conductors 12
- Wire Size - Wire and Cable 16 AWG
- Cable Type - Wire and Cable Continuous Flexing
- Jacket Material - Wire and Cable PVC
- Wire Color Black with White Numbers, (1) Green/Yellow
- Shielded / Unshielded Unshielded
- Conductor Material Bare Copper
- Spool Length 100 ft.
- Nominal Outside Dia. 0.56"
- Jacket Color Gray
- Max. Amps 9
- Max. Voltage 600V
- Temp. Range 23 Degrees to 176 Degrees F
- Features Oil Resistant and Flame Resistant
- Standards UL TC/ MTW CSA AWM FT4/ CE
- Wire and Cable Item Tray Cable
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