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4DNW7 770460 UNSPSC # 26121603

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CVTC Tray Cable, Number of Conductors 2, 14 AWG, XLPE/PVC, Black, 500 ft

  • Item # 4DNW7
  • Mfr. Model # 770460
  • UNSPSC # 26121603
  • Catalog Page # 344 344
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Tray cable is a service cord with two or more insulated conductors that carries electrical current from a power source to a device. It is commonly used in power distribution, control, instrumentation, and communication applications in manufacturing, industrial, and commercial environments. It is rated for installation in free air, trays, and raceways, but it's also suitable for direct burial applications. When used in trays or raceways, it must be supported every 6 ft. Tray cable has a tough jacket that resists abrasion, sunlight, and chemicals, making it a good choice for use in areas exposed to rough elements and conditions.

Bus drop cable and tray cable are service cords that connect a power supply to a machine or device. They have two or more insulated conductors and a protective jacket that resists abrasion, water, sunlight, and lubricants. Bus drop cable is typically used as a branch connection from a ceiling cable, while tray cable is primarily used for wiring installations in open-air raceways and trays.

Technical Specs

  • Item CVTC Tray Cable
  • Number of Conductors 2
  • Wire Size 14 AWG
  • Trade Designation TC-ER
  • Jacket Material XLPE/PVC
  • Wire Color Black, Red
  • Shielding Unshielded
  • Length 500 ft
  • Jacket Color Black
  • Voltage 600 V
  • Conductor Material Copper
  • Nominal Outside Dia. 0.37 in x 0.24 in
  • Temp. Rating -4 Degrees to 194 Degrees F
  • Special Features For Use in Free Air, Tray, Raceway or Direct Burial Applications, Sunlight, Weather, Abrasion and Chemical Resistant
  • Standards ICEA s-73-532, UL 44 Type XHHW-2, UL1277, UL1581

Tray cable is a service cord with two or more insulated conductors that carries electrical current from a power source to a device. It is commonly used in power distribution, control, instrumentation, and communication applications in manufacturing, industrial, and commercial environments. It is rated for installation in free air, trays, and raceways, but it's also suitable for direct burial applications. When used in trays or raceways, it must be supported every 6 ft. Tray cable has a tough jacket that resists abrasion, sunlight, and chemicals, making it a good choice for use in areas exposed to rough elements and conditions.

Bus drop cable and tray cable are service cords that connect a power supply to a machine or device. They have two or more insulated conductors and a protective jacket that resists abrasion, water, sunlight, and lubricants. Bus drop cable is typically used as a branch connection from a ceiling cable, while tray cable is primarily used for wiring installations in open-air raceways and trays.

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