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Super-Trex® Reduced Diameter Control Cable (16 AWG)

TPC's Super-Trex® Reduced Diameter Control Cable features a high strand count and cable construction designed to provide long life in dynamic flexing applications. The security yellow TPC jacket provides excellent protection against oil, and most industrial chemicals. This cable completed 20 million cycles without electrical failure in cat track testing. Available in 16 AWG and various conductor counts from 5 to 60 conductors. 20 AWG, 18 AWG and 12 AWG also available.

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  • UL Listed
  • CSA
  • CE
  • Type TC-ER – 600 V
  • Type WTTC – 1,000 V
  • FT-4 Flame Rating
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Max Conductor Temperature 90°C
  • BUNCH STRANDED TINNED SOFT DRAWN COPPER — Longer flex life in flexing and twisting applications. Easier to solder.
  • POLYESTER TPE CONDUCTOR INSULATION — Oil resistant and has high dielectric, tensile and mechanical properties.
  • HIGH FLEX TAPE SEPARATOR AROUND INNER COMPONENTS — Provides easy movement of the conductor bundle for longer flex life.
  • SPECIALLY COMPOUNDED, SECURITY YELLOW, SUPER-TREX® TPE JACKET — Superior first-line defense against oil, ozone and UV exposure as well as most chemicals. Flame and heat resistant. Extreme all-weather flexibility.
  • CONDUCTORS ARE CODED WITH ALPHA-NUMERIC IDENTIFICATION — Provides fast identification of conductors. Easy to read and simplifies installation. RED conductors for AC applications and BLUE conductors for DC applications.
  • NYLON FILLERS — Low friction, non wicking fillers provide excellent flexibility.
  • UNI-LAY CONSTRUCTION ALTERNATING BUNDLES — Superior performance in flexing and torsional applications.
  • 20 MILLION — Flex tested over 20,000,000 cycles in cat track testing without electrical failure.
  • Automatic Welders
  • Broach Machines
  • Control Circuits
  • Cranes
  • Festoon Systems
  • Machine Tools
  • Positioning Equipment
  • Power Track Systems
  • Remote Control of Electrical Equipment
  • Sensing Equipment
  • Transfer Vehicles
  • Abrasions
  • Flexing
  • Case Study: Top Drive Application in Oil DrillingDownload
  • Case Study: Side Puller Machine Keeps Failing Due to Flexing IssuesDownload
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