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|Cable Specifications||See Table|
|Nom. Insulation Thickness||
2 Conductor @ 0.013
|Nom. Jacket Thickness||2 Conductor @ 0.037
3 Conductor @ 0.037
4 Conductor @ 0.032
6 Conductor @ 0.032
8 Conductor @ 0.032
10 Conductor @ 0.032
15 Conductor @ 0.032
2 Conductor @ 0.221
Shielded multiconductor 18 AWG cables are used for a wide range of purposes. Commonly, you'll find them in things like consumer electronics and industrial control equipment. They are even used in advanced signal transmissions in controlled environments. What does all that mean? Well, it basically means that multiconductor cables are used for controlling equipment. By using shielded multiconductor 18 AWG cable you have the option of selecting between 2 to 15 conductors.
Why use shielded multiconductor cables? In many industrial facilities, there is a lot going on. What I mean by that is there are many pieces of equipment with a lot of wires in them running through a given facility. This can create EMI (electromagnetic interference) also named RFI (radio frequency interference). EMI/RFI can greatly reduce the performance of a circuit. In some cases, it can even stop the circuit from functioning at all. This is why you would want to utilize shielded multiconductor 18 AWG cable. The shielding in these cables works in two ways. For starters, the shield has the ability to reflect a lot of energy. This helps to prevent the energy from interrupting the circuit. Next, the shielding will conduct some of that energy to the ground. Together, these actions make sure that the EMI/RFI does not reach the conductors.
These cables are designed to meet the requirements for UL, CSA, and NEC. Temperatures and voltages are not always the exact same from cable to cable. Call a Pacer expert for specifications on multiconductor cable.
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