APPLIANCE WIRING MATERIAL
Style 2630 Multi-Conductor Cable with Non-Integral Extruded Jacket.
Rating 90 deg C, 125 Vac, Cable Flame.
Conductor 30-9 AWG, Solid or Stranded Round.
Insulation Complying with manufacturer’s AWM Procedure.
Assembly Two or more individually insulated conductors or groups of insulated conductors cabled together. All conductors in any group twisted together. If more than one group is used, groups shall also be twisted together. The length of lay of the twisted conductors or groups is not specified. Fillers may be used in a cable but are not required. A barrier layer, if employed, may be a fibrous wrap serving, or braid; paper; nylon; oriented polyethylene terephthalate; or thermoplastic-tape wrap. Such a barrier layer would serve to protect the cable during further processing and would be applied immediately over the twisted assembly of individual conductors or groups of conductors.
Shield Optional – 36-30 AWG, tinned or untinned copper applied as a wrap or braid or a wrap of aluminum-faced Polyester tape. An uninsulated drain wire may be used. The shield may be over one or more of the insulated conductors or applied between the conductor assembly and the optional covering.
Covering Optional – A nominal 15 mil PVC covering may be extruded over the conductor assembly.
dia in inches mils min average mils min at any point
0.425 or less 30 avg 24 min
0.425 to 0.700 dia 45 avg 36 min
0.701 to 1.000 dia 60 avg 48 min
1.001 to 1.500 dia 80 avg 64 min
Standard Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.
Use External Interconnection or Internal Wiring of Electronic Equipment.
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