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Wire and Cable

Wire and Cable
Wire and Cable
Wires and cables are used to bear electrical loads and communications signals. Using the proper gauges, lengths and types are important considerations in power distribution and industrial networking.

Different types of cables serve different purposes. Battery cable is used to power an electrical system, and requires the proper gauge, length and amperage specifications to prevent excessive heat building in the cable. Coaxial cable consists of an inner conductor surrounded by an insulating layer and conducting shield. Coaxial cables function best as transmission lines. Busbars are metallic strips or bars used for local power distribution. They are commonly installed inside switchgear and panelboards.

Other options include single-conductor cables (a single, insulated wire), multi-conductor cables (several independent wires bundled together) and heating cable. An assortment of colors are available to help simplify cable management.

Stranded Wire 300V Series Image
  • For Internal Wiring of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • Passes UL VW-1.S Vertical Flame Test
  • 300 Volt PVC Insulation
  • 25 and 100 Feet Spools
  • OSHA Acceptable
  • 18 ~ 26 AWG
Stranded Wire 600V Series Image
  • For Internal Wiring of Electrical, Electronic Equipment and Machinery
  • Passes UL VW-1.S Vertical Flame Test
  • UL Style 1015 and CSA Type TEW
  • 600 Volt, 15 Amp Rated
  • 25 and 100 Foot Spools
  • PVC Insulation
  • 10 ~ 18 AWG
UL MTW TFF AWM Series Image
  • Temperature Range of -20 to 105 Degrees Celsius for TFF/AWM
  • Temperature Range of -40 to 90 Degrees Celsius for MTW
  • Fully Annealed Stranded Bare Copper per ASTM B-8
  • Outstanding Oil, Flame, and Moisture Resistance
  • Premium Grade, Color Coded PVC Insulation
  • 18 through 8 AWG
  • 600 Volt Rated
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Extra Flexible
IBSB Series Image
  • Resistant to vibration- ideal alternative to cable
  • Material savings: Integral palm without lugs or terminals
  • Quick and easy to install: Less labor time for installation
  • Reliability- No extra contact due to the lugs being crimped at the extremities
  • Weight savings: A flat braid weighs less than a cable with insulation and lugs
The IBSB range can be used as an alternative to cable for all low-voltage applications. It is suitable and connectable for molded case circuit breaker ranges, including most compact breakers on the market. You can directly connect the IBSB on the front access terminals breaker without additional accessories such as angular connectors, spreaders, rig terminal connectors or extenders. No lugs and no cutting, stripping, or crimping are necessary.
Primary Wire Series Image
Ancor Marine Grade wire products are the longest lasting and most rugged available, exceeding UL 1426, ABYC and US Coast Guard Charter boat (CFR Title 46) standards. They are constructed with premium vinyl insulation that is rated at 600 volts, 105 deg C dry and 75 deg C wet, stays flexible even in extreme cold (-40 deg F/C) and resists salt water, battery acid, oil, gasoline, heat, abrasion and ultra-violet radiation. Highest quality ultra flexible (Type 3) tinned copper stranding provides maximum protection against corrosion and electrolysis while resisting fatigue due to vibration and flexing.
IBSBR Series Image
  • Resistant to vibration- ideal alternative to cable
  • Material savings: Integral palm without lugs or terminals
  • Quick and easy to install: Less labor time for installation
  • Reliability- No extra contact due to the lugs being crimped at the extremities
  • Weight savings: A flat braid weighs less than a cable with insulation and lugs
The IBSBR range can be used as an alternative to cable for all low-voltage applications. It is suitable and connectable for molded case circuit breaker ranges, including most compact breakers on the market. You can directly connect the IBSBR on the front access terminals breaker without additional accessories such as angular connectors, spreaders, rig terminal connectors or extenders. No lugs and no cutting, stripping, or crimping are necessary.
Solid Wire Series Image
  • For Internal Wiring of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • Passes UL VW-1.S Vertical Flame Test
  • 25 and 100 ft Spools
  • 300 Volt Rated
  • PVC Insulation
  • 18 ~ 26 AWG
FX Series Image
Features
  • Manufactured from pure copper braid
  • Electro-tin plated
  • Seamless pure copper ferrules
  • Ferrules clean cut and precision formed to braid
  • Flexible braid
Benefits
  • Provides superior ground path
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Low resistance
  • Assures permanent low resistance connection
  • Compensates for linear expansion, vibration, and other dimensional offset conditions
Teflon Wire Series Image
  • Resistance to Oils, Alkalis, Acids, Flame, and Moisture
  • Voltage Rating of 600 Volts
  • 25 and 100 Ft Spools
  • Teflon Insulation
  • 18 ~ 26 AWG
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