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|Number of Pairs||2|
|Nom. Cap pF/ft* (A)||50.5|
|Nom. Cap pF/ft* (B)||91.0|
|Nom. Insulation Thickness||0.016|
|Nom. Jacket Thickness||0.042|
*Nom. Capacitance: A-Between Conductors B-Between Conductor and Shield
Power Limited Tray Cables are used in a multitude of applications. As the name suggests, these cables are commonly utilized in power-limited circuits. They are used in burglar alarms, intercom circuits, and computer interconnections.
What are tray cables? Well, the idea behind tray cables comes from the concept of protecting smaller cables in an industrial environment. You see, smaller cables were placed beneath larger ones and couldn't handle the stress or the rough environment. This lead to failures in smaller communication cables and power cables. So to resolve this issue trays were installed, usually along the ceiling, that carry the smaller, lighter cables. The term Tray Cable means that the cables are installed in cable trays. See what I did there? The design of these cables meets the specifications of the NEC (National Electric Code). This is why they are used in factories, wind turbines, and control systems. Selecting the correct type of cable for your job isn't always an easy task. Contact a Pacer Group expert with any questions that you have.
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