SOUTHWIRE COMPANY

Metal Clad Armored Cable, MC, 14 AWG, 50 ft., Number of Conductors 3 with Insulated CU Ground

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Metal Clad,14 Awg,4 With
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Metal Clad,14 Awg,4 With
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#915412-5 | Pkg Qty: 1

$78.45 pkg | $78.45 ea
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Technical Specifications

Application
Indoor
Nominal Outside Diameter
0.464 in.
Brand
SOUTHWIRE COMPANY
Number of Conductors
3 with insulated CU Ground
Cable Type
MC
Pack Quantity
1
Cable/Wire Type
MC
Packaging
Coil
Conductor Material
Soft Drawn Copper
Shipping Weight
5 lb.
Features
Southwire Armorlite« Type MC Cable, Dual Rated MC/FPLP, Green Insulated Grounding Conductor, Conductors are Cabled Together and A Binder Tape Bearing The Print Legend is Wrapped Around The Assembly, Aluminum Interlocking Armor Applied Over The Assembly
Spool Length
50 ft.
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Standards
UL 83, 1569, 1685, NEC Article 330, Federal Specification A-A59544 (Formerly J-C-30B), ft.4/IEEE 1202, Vertical Cable Tray Flame Test, Listed for Use in. UL 1, 2 and 3 Hour Through Penetration Firestop Systems
Insulation Material
PVC
Stranded / Solid
Solid
Item
Metal Clad Armored Cable
Temperature Range
-14 deg. F to 90 deg. FC Dry
Jacket Color
Silver
Temperature Rating
-14 to 90C Dry
Jacket Material
Aluminum
Voltage
600 V
Jacket Type
Aluminum Interlocked
Wire Color
Black, Green, Red, White
Length
50 ft.
Wire Size
14 AWG
Maximum Amps
15
Wire and Cable Item
Metal Clad Armored Cable
Maximum Voltage
600 V
Wire/Cable Jacket Material
Aluminum
Mfr. Part Number
68582622
Wire/Cable Size
14 AWG

Product Description

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.

Item Barcode
9154125
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