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Your Source for Flexible UL,CSA and European Wire & Cable

ROBOTICS & DRAG CHAIN, CONTROL & DATA


EUROPEAN CE/HARMONIZED

Welcome to HELUKABEL and Hi-Tech Controls, Inc.


Our company imports and supplies cables, wire and accessories for industrial applications. We work from
an inventory in excess of $25 million and 33,000 line items. This guarantees quick response and reliable
delivery. Your special cables can be manufactured at our ISO 9001 approved production facility. We are
looking forward to helping you with your cable needs.
HELUKABEL imports through HiTech Controls to the USA and
Canada. We supply US, Canadian
and European cables and wire.
Most of our cables have UL, CSA,
VDE, CE or other international
approvals.
In addition to this catalog, we
have a comprehensive master catalog which is also on our website,
www.helukabel.com.
Call us at our toll free number 1800-677-8942 or 303-680-5159
for help with your application. Our
website contains more technical
information and a vast selection
of cables and accessories. To
make it easy to do business with
Hi-Tech Controls, Inc., we have no
minimum order requirement.

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Our manufacturing facilities


HELUKABEL manufactures a large portion of the products at their own facility, using state-ofthe-art equipment and techniques.

Certifications

INDEX
Description

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Welcome to Helukabel and Hi-Tech Controls


Certificates DIN EN ISO 9001, 9002, 14001
Index
Part Number / Page Finder
Cable Selection Chart
Track Cable Technical Information Chart

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4-5
6-7
8-9
10 - 12

CONTROL CABLE SECTION


JZ-500
JZ-500
F-CY-JZ Shielded
F-CY-JZ Shielded
JB-500
JB-750
JZ-602
JZ-602
JZ-602-CY Shielded
JZ-603
JZ-603-CY Shielded
JZ-604 TC Tray rated
JZ-604 TC Tray rated
JZ-604-FCY Tray rated Shielded
JZ-604-YCY Tray rated Shielded
SY-JZ Steel wire braiding
SY-JZ Steel wire braiding
PUR-JZ
PUR-JZ
F-C-PUR-JZ Shielded
JZ-600-PUR
JZ-600-YC-PUR Shielded
OZ-BL & OZ-BL-CY Shielded
OB-BL-PAAR-CY Shielded
NEO-FLAT NGFLGU Festoon Cable
REEL CABLE - NSHTU

Intrinsically safe
Intrinsically safe

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
PVC (blue)
PVC (blue)
Rubber
Rubber

CE-VDE
CE-VDE
CE-VDE
CE-VDE
CE-VDE
CE-VDE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE-HAR
UL-CSA-CE-HAR
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
CE-VDE
CE-VDE
CE
CE
CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
CE-VDE
CE
CE
CE-VDE

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25
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31
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34
35
36
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38

UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
VDE-CE
VDE-CE
VDE-CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
CE

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51
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ROBOTICS & TRACK CABLE SECTION


Installation Instruction for Cable in Track
JZ-602-RC
JZ-602RC-CY Shielded
JZ-HF
JZ-HF
JZ-HF-CY Shielded
TOPFLEX 611-PUR & 611-C-PUR Shielded Motor Power Supply Cable
SUPERTRONIC-PVC & SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC Shielded
SUPERTRONIC-PUR & SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR Shielded
SUPER-PAAR-TRONIC-C-PUR Shielded
PUR-JZ-HF
PUR-JZ-HF
PUR-JZ-HF-YCP Shielded
PUR-JZ-HF-YCP Shielded
MULTIFLEX 512-PUR
MULTIFLEX 512-C-PUR
ROBOFLEX 2001 & ROBOFLEX 2001-C Shielded
LiFY European Hook-up Wire

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
Polyurethane
PVC
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
Polyurethane
PVC

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Description

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DATA & COMMUNICATION CABLE SECTION

TRONIC (LiYY)
TRONIC (LiYY)
TRONIC-CY (LiY-CY) Shielded
TRONIC-CY (LiY-CY) Shielded
PAAR-TRONIC
PAAR-TRONIC-(LiYY-TP)
PAAR-TRONIC-CY Shielded
PAAR-TRONIC-CY Shielded
PAAR-TRONIC-CY (LiYCY-TP) Shielded
PAAR-TRONIC-CY-CY Shielded (LiCY-CY)

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC

CE
CE
CE
CE
CE
UL-CE
CE
CE
UL-CE
CE

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59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC

VDE-CE-HAR
VDE-CE-HAR
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE-HAR

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68
69
70

CE
CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
UL-CSA-CE
CE
CE

71
72
73
74
75
76
77

CE
CE
CE
CE-HAR
CE

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79
80
81
82

CE-VDE-HAR
UL-CSA-CE-VDE-HAR
CE-VDE-HAR
CE-VDE-HAR

83
84
85
86

UL-CSA-CE
CE
CE
CE
UL-CSA-CE
CE

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88
89
90
91
92
93
94

HOOK-UP WIRE SECTION


European CE HarmonizedHook-up Wire LiY, H05V-K
European CE Harmonized Hook-up Wire LiY, H07V-K, (H)07V-K
European CE / US-UL / Canadian-CSA Hook-up Wire
European FIVENORM UL / CSA Hook-up Wire

EXTREME TEMPERATURE CABLE SECTION


SIHF
SIHF
SIHF
SIHF
SIHF-C-Si Shielded
SiF, SiFF, SiF/GL, SiD, SiD/GL Hook-up Wire
HELUTHERM 145

Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone

HALOGEN FREE SECTION


JZ-500 HMH
JZ-500 HMH
JZ-500 HMH-C Shielded
H05Z-K / H07Z-K
DATAFLAMM

Halogen-free
Halogen-free
Halogen-free
Rubber
Halogen-free

EUROPEAN & INTERNATIONAL HARMONIZED CABLE SECTION


H05VV-F Power Cordage
H05VV-F / SJT International Power Cordage
H07RN-F Harmonized Power Cordage & Hook-up Wire
H07RN-F Harmonized Power Cordage & Hook-up Wire

PVC
PVC
Rubber
Rubber

COMPOSITE SERVO SPECIAL CABLE SECTION


TOPSERV 109 Servo Motor Cable / Shielded
TOPSERV-110 & TOPSERV-120 Composite Servo / Feedback Cable / Shielded
TOPFLEX EMV-2YSLCY-J Double Shielded VFD Motor Power Supply Cable
TOPFLEX EMV-3 PLUS 2YSLCY-J Double Shielded VFD Motor Power Supply Cable
MOTORFLEX EMV 1/1 Triple Shielded Motor Supply Cable
SOLARFLEX 100, 101, 102 Double Insulated, UV Resistant
BUS Cable
Spiral Cable

PUR
PUR
PVC
PVC
PUR
PUR/PVC

TECHNICAL INFORMATION SECTION


European Stranding per DIN VDE 0295 IEC 60228 and Conversion AWG to mm2
AWG = Actual mm2 and Resistance, UL-CSA Current Rating
Color Codes DIN 47100 & VDE 0293
European Current ratings for flexible cables
Limited Warranty, Disclaimer and Limitation of Remedies, Condition of Sale

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Part Number / Page Finder


Part Number
10001 - 13140
11001 - 11098
11104 - 11149
11201 - 11331
11656 - 11811
12001 - 12070
12071 - 12327
14001 - 14102
14077 - 14099
15001 - 15150
15100 - 15913
15155 - 15983
15520 - 15652
16001 - 16514
16320 - 16445
17001 - 17022
18001 - 18118
19001 - 19066
19101 - 19141
19970 - 19995
20001 - 20082
21001 - 21064
21065 - 21110
21200 - 21322
22084 - 22097
22100 - 22163
22164 - 22192
22368 - 22382
22400 - 22494
22501 - 22565
22571 - 22634
22637 - 22667
22870 - 22985
22989 - 23059
23200 - 23959
23214 - 23290
25459 - 25508
26001 - 26032
26405 - 26498
26590 - 26635
26690 - 26934
28001 - 28033
28034 - 28049
28240 - 28366
28370 - 28483
29081 - 29126
29129 - 29366
29450 - 29826
37001 - 37099
45100 - 47020
49550 - 49582
49583 - 49615

Description
JZ-500
JB-500
JB-750
JZ-500 HMH
JZ-500 HMH-C
SY-JZ
SY-JZ
OZ-BL / OZ-BL-CY
OB-BL-PARR-CY
JZ-HF
LiFY
JZ-HF-CY
PRO-JZ-HF
TRONIC-CY (LiY-CY)
F-CY-JZ
PAAR-TRONIC-CY
TRONIC LiYY
PAAR-TRONIC
SUPER PAAR-TRONIC-C-PUR
PAAR-TRONIC-CY
TRONIC-CY (LiY-CY)
PAAR-TRONIC-CY
PAAR-TRONIC-CY-CY
F-C-PUR-JZ
TOPFLEX EMV
PUR-JZ
PUR-JZ
TOPFLEX EMV-3 PLUS
PRO-JZ-HF-YCP
MULTIFLEX 512-PUR
MULTIFLEX 512-C-PUR
UL-CSA SILICONE Shielded
611-PUR & 611-C-PUR
Silicone
Silicone
UL-CSA Silicone
ROBOFLEX 2001 & 2001-C
NSHTU
LiY
H05 V-K
H07 V-K
NEO-FLAT
H05VV-F / SJT
JZ-600-PUR
JZ-600-YC-PUR
H05 V-K
H07 V-K
H05VV-F
H07 RN-F
Silicone
SUPERTRONIC-PVC
SUPERTRONIC-PUR

Application
Control
Control Shielded
Control
Control - Halogen Free
Shielded - Halogen Free
Control Steel Braid
Control Steel Braid
Control Intrinsic
Control Shielded
Track
Track Hook-up
Track
Track
Data Shielded
Control Shielded
Data Shielded
Data
Data Paired
Track Paired
Data Shielded
Data Shielded
Data Shielded
Data Shielded
Control Shielded
Servo Motor
Control
Control
VFD Motor Supply
Track Shielded
Track
Track
Extreme Temperature
Servo Track
Extreme Temperature
Extreme Temperature Hook-up
Extreme Temperature
Track Robotic
Reel
Hook-up Tinned
Hook-up
Hook-up
Crane Festoon
UL-CSA-CE-HAR
Control UL-CSA
Control UL-CSA
Hook-up
Hook-up
Control - HAR
Power Cordage
Extreme Temperature - Hook-up
Track
Track

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Part Number
49620 - 49652
49653 - 49685
50998 - 51558
51768 - 52898
52300 - 52361
60100 - 62901
64075 - 64330
69661 - 69714
69715 - 69737
69750 - 69803
69804 - 69826
71491 - 71711
71990 - 72106
73164 - 78990
75943 - 75951
78377 - 78479
82934 - 83000
83001 - 83099
83650 - 83708
83709 - 83773
83774 - 83845
83904 - 83975
89900 - 89941

Description
SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC
SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR
HELUTHERM 145
H05Z-K /H07Z-K
DATAFLAMM
UL Style 1015 & CE
UL 1015 - CSA - HAR - CE
JZ-604-TC
JZ-604-TC
JZ-604-FCY TC
JZ-604-FCY TC
TOPSERV-110
TOPSERV-120
SOLARFLEX
TOPSERV-109
MOTORFLEX EMV 1/1
JZ-602-CY
JZ-602
JZ-603
JZ-603-CY
PAAR-TRONIC-CY UL
PAAR-TRONIC UL
JZ-602-RC

Application
Track Shielded
Track Shielded
Extreme Temperature - Hook-up
Hook-up - Halogen Free
Data - Halogen Free
Hook-up
Hook-up
Control Tray rated
Control Tray rated
Control Tray rated
Control Tray rated
Track Composite
Track Shielded Composite
Photo-voltaic
Servo UL-CSA
VFD Motor Supply
Control UL-CSA
Control UL-CSA
Control UL-CSA-HAR
Control UL-CSA-HAR
Data Shielded
Data Paired
Track UL-CSA

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Automatic Cable Retrieval System with 16,000 Pallet Locations

Cable Selection Chart


DESCRIPTION

AWG

SIZE
MM2

NO. OF
MATERIAL
CONDUCTORS1* CONDUCTOR SHIELD JACKET
INSULATION

TEMP.
C 2*

VOLT- PAGE
AGE3*

CONTROL CABLES
JZ-500
JZ-500
F-CY-JZ
F-CY-JZ
JB-500
JB-750
JZ-602 UL/CSA
JZ-602 UL/CSA
JZ-602-CY UL/CSA
JZ-603 UL/CSA/HAR
JZ-603-CY UL/CSA/HAR
JZ-604 TC UL/CSA
JZ-604 TC UL/CSA
JZ-604-FCY TC UL/CSA
JZ-604-YCY TC UL/CSA
SY-JZ
SY-JZ
PUR-JZ
PUR-JZ
FC-PUR-JZ
JZ-600-PUR
JZ-600-YC-PUR
OZ-BL / OZ-BL-CY
OB-BL-PAAR-CY
NEO-FLAT
NSHTU Reel Cable

20
17
20
17
20
14
20
6
20
20
20
18
6
18
6
20
16
20
14
20
20
20
18
20
16
16

- 17
- 350MCM
- 18
- 4/0
- 16
- 350MCM
-8
- 4/0
-2
- 14
- 14
-8
- 4/0
-8
- 4/0
- 16
- 300MCM
- 16
- 3/0
- 10
-4
-6
- 14
- 18
- 4/0
- 3/0

0.50 - 1.00
1.00 - 185
0.50 - 0.75
1.00 - 120
0.50 - 1.50
2.50 - 185
0.50 - 10
16 - 120
0.50 - 35
0.50 - 2.50
0.50 - 2.50
1.00 - 10
16 - 120
1.00 - 10
16 - 120
0.50 - 1.50
1.50 - 150
0.50 - 1.50
2.50 - 95
0.50 - 6
0.50 - 25
0.50 - 16
0.75 - 2.50
0.50 - 0.75
1.50 - 120
1.50 - 95

2 - 100
2 - 100
2 - 100
2 - 100
2 - 56
2 - 61
2 - 41
2-7
2 - 41
2 - 61
2 - 61
2 - 61
3-7
2 - 61
3-7
2 - 100
2 - 61
2 - 50
2 - 25
2 - 50
2 - 25
2 - 25
2 - 41
2 - 25 Pairs
4 - 24
3 - 50

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
Rubber
Rubber

x
x

x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PVC
PVC
Rubber
NEO

-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-30 to 80 500
-30 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 750
-40 to 90 600
-40 to 90 600
-40 to 90 600
-40 to 90 600
-40 to 90 600
-25 to 90 600
-25 to 90 600
-25 to 90 600
-25 to 90 600
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 1000
-40 to 80 1000
-40 to 80 500
-30 to 80 900
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 70 1000

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16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PUR

-40 to 90 600
-40 to 90 600
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-50 to 90 1000

40
41
42
43
44
45

PVC
PVC
PUR
PUR
PUR

-40 to 70
-40 to 70
-50 to 70
-50 to 70
-50 to 70

350
350
500
500
350

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46
47
47
48

PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR
PUR

-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-50 to 70 500
-50 to 70 500
-40 to 80 500
-40 to 80 500
-15 to 80 1000

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51
52
53
54
55
55
56

ROBOTICS AND TRACK CABLES


JZ-602-RC
JZ-602-RC-CY
JZ-HF
JZ-HF
JZ-HF-CY
TOPFLEX 611-PUR,
611-C-PUR
SUPERTRONIC-PVC
SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC
SUPERTRONIC-PUR
SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR
SUPER-PAARTRONIC-C-PUR
PRO-JZ-HF
PRO-JZ-HF
PRO-JZ-HF-YCP
PRO-JZ-HF-YCP
MULTIFLEX 512-PUR
MULTIFLEX 512-C-PUR
ROBOFLEX 2001
ROBOFLEX 2001-C
LiFY Hook-up

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20
20
16
20
16

-2
-2
- 16
-6
-6
- 4/0

0.50 - 35
0.50 - 35
0.50 - 1.50
1.50 - 16
0.50 - 16
1.50 - 120

3 - 34
3 - 34
2 - 65
2 - 50
2 - 65
4

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
TPE-E

26
26
26
26
24

- 22
- 22
- 22
- 22
- 17

0.14 - 0.34
0.14 - 0.34
0.14 - 0.34
0.14 - 0.34
0.25 - 1.00

2 - 25
2 - 25
2 - 25
2 - 25
1 - 14 Pairs

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
TPE-E

20
14
20
16
20
20
24
26
27

- 16
- 3/0
- 16
-6
-6
-6
-2
- 16
- 2/0

0.50 - 1.50
2.50 - 95
0.50 - 1.50
1.50 - 16
0.50 - 16
0.50 - 16
0.25 - 35
0.14 - 1.50
0.10 - 70

2 - 65
2 - 25
2 - 65
2 - 25
2 - 65
2 - 65
3 - 41
12 - 25
1

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
TPE-E
TPE-E
TPE-E
TPE-E
PVC

NOTES:
1* Number of conductors shown may not be available in every size.
2* Actual temperature range may vary with size and application (fixed or flexing).
3* Voltage may vary with size and type of current (single- , 3- phase or direct).

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x
x

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Cable Selection Chart


DESCRIPTION

AWG

SIZE
MM2

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NO. OF
MATERIAL
CONDUCTORS1* CONDUCTOR SHIELD JACKET
INSULATION

TEMP.
C 2*

VOLT- PAGE
AGE3*

DATA AND COMPUTER CABLES


TRONIC LiYY
TRONIC LiYY
TRONIC-CY LiY-CY
TRONIC-CY LiY-CY
PAAR-TRONIC
PAAR-TRONIC UL
PAAR-TRONIC-CY
PAAR-TRONIC-CY
PAAR-TRONIC-CY UL
PAAR-TRONIC-CY-CY

26
22
26
22
26
26
26
22
26
26

- 24
- 16
- 24
- 16
- 24
- 20
- 24
- 18
- 20
- 20

0.14 - 0.25
0.34 - 1.5
0.14 - 0.25
0.34 - 1.5
0.14 - 0.25
0.14 - 0.5
0.41 - 0.25
0.34 - 0.75
0.14 - 0.56
0.14 - 0.5

26
16
24
20

- 16
0.14 - 1.5
- 500MCM 1.5 - 240
- 500MCM 0.25 - 240
- 300MCM 0.50 - 150

2 - 100
2 - 100
1 - 100
1 - 100
1 - 55 Pairs
1 - 25 Pairs
1 - 55 Pairs
1 - 61 Pairs
1 - 25 Pairs
2 - 24 Pairs

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC

-40 to 80
-40 to 80
-40 to 80
-40 to 80
-30 to 80
-20 to 80
-30 to 80
-30 to 80
-20 to 80
-20 to 80

500
500
500
500
250
300
500
500
300
500

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

1
1
1
1

PVC
PVC
PVC
PVC

-30 to 80
-30 to 80
-30 to 105
-10 to 105

900
750
750
750

67
68
69
70

Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone

-60 to 180
-60 to 180
-60 to 180
-60 to 180
-60 to 180
-60 to 180
-55 to 145

500
500
600
600
600
500
1000

71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Halg-Free
Halg-Free
Halg-Free

Halg-Free

-40 to 70
-40 to 70
-40 to 70
-40 to 90
-40 to 70

500
500
500
750
500

78
79
80
81
82

PVC
PVC
Rubber
Rubber

-40 to 70
-40 to 70
-30 to 60
-30 to 60

825
500
750
750

83
84
85
86

x
x

x
x
x
x

HOOK-UP WIRE
LiY, H05 V-K
H07 V-K
UL Style 1015
FIVE NORM

EXTREME TEMPERATURE CABLE


Silicone SIHF
Silicone SIHF
Silicone UL/CSA
Silicone UL/CSA
Silicone UL/CSA
Silicone Hook-up
HELUTHERM 145

20
16
20
14
20
24
24

- 16
0.5 - 1.5
-2
1.5 - 35
- 16
0.5 - 1.5
-2
2.5 - 35
-8
0.5 - 10
- 350MCM 0.25 - 185
- 500MCM 0.25 - 240

2 - 25
2 - 25
2 - 41
2 - 25
2 - 12
1
1

Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
Silicone
XLP

20
16
20
20
26

- 17
0.50 - 1
- 4/0
1.50 - 120
- 4/0
0.5 - 120
- 500MCM 0.5 - 240
- 18
0.14 - 0.75

2 - 65
2 - 65
2 - 25
1
2 - 50

Halogen-Free
Halogen-Free
Halogen-Free
XLPE
Halogen-Free

2-7
2-5
1-3
4 - 24

PVC
PVC
Rubber
Rubber
TPE-E
TPE-E

x
x

PUR
PUR

-50 to 80 1000
-40 to 90 1000

87
88

HALOGEN-FREE CABLE
JZ-500 HMH
JZ-500 HMH
JZ-500 HMH-C
H05Z-K / H07Z-K
DATAFLAMM

EUROPEAN HARMONIZED CABLE


H05 VV-F
H05 VV-F / SJT
H07 RN-F
H07 RN-F

18
18
17
17

- 10
0.75 - 6
- 12
1 -4
1 - 500
- 1000MCM
1 - 300
- 600MCM

SERVO MOTOR AND COMPOSITE VFD CABLES


TOPSERV 109
TOPSERV 110 & 120
Motor Cable
EMV-2YSLCY-J
Motor Cable
EMV-3 Plus
MOTORFLEX EMV 1/1

16 - 1
16 - 1

1.5 - 50
1.5 - 50

4
4 - 12

16 - 350MCM

1.5 - 185

PE

PVC

-40 to 70 1000

89

16 - 500MCM
16 - 350MCM

1.5 - 240
1.5 - 185

3+3
4

PE
PE

x
x

PVC
PUR

-40 to 70 1000
-40 to 80 600

90
91

14 - 10

2.5 - 6

1-2

TPE

PVC

-50 to 90 1000

92

PHOTO-VOLTAIC CABLE
Solarflex 100,
101, 102

NOTES:
1 Number of conductors shown may not be available in every size.
2 Actual temperature range may vary with size and application (fixed or flexing).
3 Voltage may vary with size and type of current (single- , 3- phase or direct).

10
41
42
44
49
51
53

JZ-602 RC-CY

JZ-HF

JZ-HF CY

PUR-JZ-HF

PUR-JZ-HF-YCP

MULTIFLEX 512-PUR*

MULTISPEED 500-C-TPE*

max.

Cycle

Outer
Jacket

Cable Construction
Conductor
Insulation

Nominal
Voltage
C

Temperature Range

Technical Data

Resistance

Standards

x x x x x

x x x x x

x x x x

x x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x x

x x x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x
x

* *

x x

x x

* * * * *

* * * * *

* * * * *

* * * * *

* * *

* * *

* * * * *

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

* * * * * * x x

* * * *

* * * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * * *

* * * *

* * * *

* * * *

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

the cable is correctly and professionally installed according to the instructions on page 39.

This table is a guideline for basic/standard applications.


In cases where the cable requirements are outside the parameters listed above, please contact us for additional technical support.
A cycle is a stroke to the most distant point and back to the point of origin. A sample of each cable has been tested at our testing facility. Cycle life information is only valid when

MULTISPEED 500-TPE*

*
*

MULTISPEED 500-C-PVC*

MULTISPEED 500-PUR*

Acceleration
max.

NOTES: 1* DESINA means Decentralized and Standardized Installation Technology Standards set between the Machine Tool, Automobile and the Contracting Industries.
* Cable listed in Master Catalog

* Visit our website at www.helukabel.com or call us for technical information.

MULTISPEED 500-C-PUR*

MULTISPEED 500-PVC*

MULTISPEED 600-C-PUR*

MULTISPEED 600-PUR*

54

40

JZ-602 RC

max.

Speed

Application
Min. Bending
Radius
D=Outer Dia.

DESINA

MULTIFLEX

Single 602-RC-J/-O + CY single conductor*

Maximum
Stroke

1*

512-C-PUR*

Catalog
Page

UL/CSA-approved
Adapted to VDE 0245/0281/0282
VDE Registered
uv-rays
Radiation resistant at 80/100 Mrad
Coolant
Lye
Microbes
Jacket flame retardant
Oil resistant
Oil resistant
Halogen free
90
80
70
-5
-10
-20
-30
-40
1000 V
600 V/UL-CSA
300/500 V
300/300 V
TPE special
PUR special
PVC special
Cu-braid, Cu-layer
Inner jacket
PUR special
TPE special
PVC special
10 Mil.
5 Mil.
1 Mil.
50 m/s2
10 m/s2
5 m/s
4 m/s
3 m/s
2 m/s
15 x D
12.5 x D
10 x D
7.5 x D
5xD
450 m
100m
30 m
15 m
5m

Single 602-RC-J/-O single conductor*

Type

Additional Technical Data can be found in the Product Description Pages of our Catalog.

Control Cable, shielded and non-shielded

Selection Chart
Cable in track

*
*
*
*
*

S-FTP Drag Chain 4 x 2 AWG 24 PUR*

PROFIBUS L2 1 x 2 0.64*

I-BUS Drag Chain*

PROFIBUS CAN, high flexible*

POF with PUR-Jacket, simplex duplex

Acceleration
max.
max.

Cycle

Outer
Jacket

Cable Construction
Conductor
Insulation

Nominal
Voltage
C

Temperature Range

Technical Data

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x

x x x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x
x

x
x

* * * *

* * *

* * *

* * * *

* * * *

* * * * *

* * * *

* * * * *

* * *

* * * * *

* * * * *

* *

* * *

* *

* *

* *

* *

the cable is correctly and professionally installed according to the instructions on page 39.

NOTES: 1* DESINA means Decentralized and Standardized Installation Technology Standards set between the Machine Tool, Automobile and the Contracting Industries.
* Cable listed in Master Catalog

* Visit our website at www.helukabel.com or call us for technical information.

Resistance

Standards

This table is a guideline for basic/standard applications.


In cases where the cable requirements are outside the parameters listed above, please contact us for additional technical support.
A cycle is a stroke to the most distant point and back to the point of origin. A sample of each cable has been tested at our testing facility. Cycle life information is only valid when

*
48

TOPGEBER 510*

SUPER-PAAR-TRONIC-C-PUR

TOPGEBER 503*

Tachofeedback-Cable-C-PUR*

*
*

47

SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR

max.

Speed

Application
Min. Bending
Radius
D=Outer Dia.

DESINA

TOPGEBER 502*

47

SUPERTRONIC-PUR

Maximum
Stroke

1*

TOPGEBER 500*

46
46

SUPERTRONIC-PVC

Catalog
Page

UL/CSA-approved
Adapted to VDE 0245/0281/0282
VDE Registered
uv-rays
Radiation resistant at 80/100 Mrad
Coolant
Lye
Microbes
Jacket flame retardant
Oil resistant
Oil resistant
Halogen free
90
80
70
-5
-10
-20
-30
-40
1000 V
600 V/UL-CSA
300/500 V
300/300 V
TPE special
PUR special
PVC special
Cu-braid, Cu-layer
Inner jacket
PUR special
PE
TPE special
PVC special
10 Mil.
5 Mil.
1 Mil.
50 m/s2
10 m/s2
5 m/s
4 m/s
3 m/s
2 m/s
15 x D
12.5 x D
10 x D
7.5 x D
5xD
450 m
100m
30 m
15 m
5m

SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC

Type

Additional Technical Data can be found in the Product Description Pages of our Catalog.

Electronic-Data-BUS-Cables, shielded and non-shielded

Selection Chart
Cable in track

11

12
*

106*

109

TOPSERV

*
*

TOPSERV 111+124w. Control Pair, screened*

112+123w. Control Pair, screened*

113+121w. Control Pair, screened*

TOPSERV

TOPSERV

*
45
45

TOPFLEX 200w. Control Pair, screened*

TOPFLEX 611 PUR*

TOPFLEX

max.

Speed

Application
Min. Bending
Radius
D=Outer Dia.

Acceleration
max.
max.

Cycle

Outer
Jacket

Cable Construction
Conductor
Insulation

Nominal
Voltage
C

Temperature Range

Technical Data

Resistance

Standards

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x
* * * * *

* * *

* * *

* *

x * * * * *

x * * * * *

* * * * *

x * * * * *

x * * * * *

x x

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

* * * x x

* *

* *

* *

x x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

x x

NOTES: 1* DESINA means Decentralized and Standardized Installation Technology Standards set between the Machine Tool, Automobile and the Contracting Industries.
* Cable listed in Master Catalog

the cable is correctly and professionally installed according to the instructions on page 39.

This table is a guideline for basic/standard applications.


In cases where the cable requirements are outside the parameters listed above, please contact us for additional technical support.
A cycle is a stroke to the most distant point and back to the point of origin. A sample of each cable has been tested at our testing facility. Cycle life information is only valid when

611-C-PUR*

TOPFLEX 116*

88

TOPSERV 110+120w. Control Pair, screened

87

Maximum
Stroke

UL/CSA-approved
Adapted to VDE 0245/0281/0282
VDE-Register No.
uv-rays
Radiation resistant at 80/100 Mrad
coolant
Lye
Microbes
Jacket flame retardant
Oil resistant
Oil resistant
Halogen free
90
80
70
-5
-10
-20
-30
-40
1000 V
600 V/UL-CSA
300/500 V
300/300 V
TPE special
PUR special
PVC special
Cu-braid, Cu-layer
Inner jacket
PUR special
TPE special
PVC special
10 Mil.
5 Mil.
1 Mil.
50 m/s2
10 m/s2
5 m/s
4 m/s
3 m/s
2 m/s
15 x D
12.5 x D
10 x D
7.5 x D
5xD
450 m
100m
30 m
15 m
5m

TOPSERV

Catalog
Page

DESINA1*

TOPSERV 101*

Type

Additional Technical Data can be found in the Product Description Pages of our Catalog.

Servocables and Motor Cables, shielded and non-shielded

Selection Chart
Cable in track

* Visit our website at www.helukabel.com or call us for technical information.

Control Cable JZ-500


Flexible

Number coded Oil resistant 80 C/ 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cable


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281, 0293, 0295
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 MOhm x km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 IEC 60228.
Special PVC conductor insulation.
Conductors cable.
Black conductors printed with white
numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground conductor.
Special grey PVC outer jacket.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
*Available with red or blue conductors.

JZ cables are used as measuring and


control cables in machine tools, conveyors, production lines, air conditioning and steel production.
The conductors are numbered 3/4
on center, making identification easy.
The numbers are underlined to avoid
confusion.
The ground conductor is located in
the outer layer.
Not suitable for outdoor use.
Suitable for wet and dry environments.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


10001 OZ
10002
10003 OZ
10004
10005 OZ
10006
10007 OZ
10008
10009
10010 OZ
10011
10172 OZ
10012
10013
10014 OZ
10015
10183
10016
10017
10018
10019
10020
10021
10022
10023
10024
10025
10169
10026
10027
10028
10029

2x0.5
3G0.5
3x0.5
4G0.5
4x0.5
5G0.5
5x0.5
6G0.5
7G0.5
7x0.5
8G0.5
8x0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
12x0.5
14G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
32G0.5
34G0.5
40G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5
52G0.5
61G0.5
65G0.5
80G0.5
100G0.5

.19
.20
.20
.22
.22
.24
.24
.26
.29
.29
.31
.31
.35
.36
.36
.37
.39
.42
.44
.46
.51
.53
.55
.57
.62
.62
.68
.68
.76
.76
.84
.93

4.8
5.1
5.1
5.7
5.7
6.2
6.2
6.7
7.4
7.4
8.0
8.0
8.8
9.1
9.1
9.5
10.0
10.7
11.2
11.8
13.0
13.5
14.0
14.5
15.8
15.8
17.3
17.3
19.4
19.4
21.3
23.7

9.6
14.4
14.4
19.0
19.0
24.0
24.0
29.0
33.6
33.6
38.0
38.0
48.0
58.0
58.0
67.0
76.0
86.0
96.0
101.0
120.0
144.0
154.0
163.0
192.0
202.0
240.0
252.0
293.0
312.0
384.0
480.0

18 AWG`=`0.75 mm
40
46
46
56
56
65
65
75
80
80
97
97
116
135
135
150
175
196
215
240
270
310
323
362
434
449
513
534
625
682
780
980

27
31
31
38
38
44
44
50
54
54
65
65
78
91
91
101
117
131
144
161
181
208
217
243
291
301
344
358
419
457
523
657

46
54
54
66
66
80
80
99
99
110

31
36
36
44
44
54
54
66
66
74

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


10030 OZ
10031
10032 OZ
10033
10034 OZ
10035
10036 OZ
10037
10177 OZ
10038

2x0.75
3G0.75
3x0.75
4G0.75
4x0.75
5G0.75
5x0.75
6G0.75
6x0.75
7G0.75

.20
.22
.22
.24
.24
.27
.27
.30
.30
.32

5.2
5.5
5.5
6.2
6.2
6.8
6.8
7.5
7.5
8.1

14.4
21.6
21.6
29.0
29.0
36.0
36.0
43.0
43.0
50.0

NOTES:
* Available also with red or blue conductors (Special Order)
For shielded Control cable see F-CY-JZ on pages 15 & 16
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor

10039 OZ
10040
10173 OZ
10041
10042
10043
10044 OZ
10045
10046
10047
10533
10048
10049
10050
10534
10051
10052
10182
10053
10054
10055
10056
10057
10178
10058
10059

7x0.75
8G0.75
8x0.75
9G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
12x0.75
14G0.75
15G0.75
18G0.75
19G0.75
20G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
27G0.75
32G0.75
34G0.75
37G0.75
40G0.75
41G0.75
42G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75
65G0.75
80G0.75
100G0.75

.32
.35
.35
.37
.38
.39
.39
.42
.44
.47
.48
.50
.52
.57
.60
.61
.65
.68
.69
.69
.69
.78
.82
.85
.93
1.07

8.1
8.9
8.9
9.5
9.6
9.9
9.9
10.6
11.2
11.9
12.3
12.6
13.3
14.5
15.2
15.6
16.4
17.2
17.6
17.6
17.6
19.8
20.9
21.5
23.6
27.2

50.0
58.0
58.0
65.0
72.0
86.0
86.0
101.0
108.0
130.0
137.0
144.0
151.0
180.0
195.0
230.0
245.0
260.0
288.0
296.0
302.0
360.0
439.0
468.0
576.0
720.0

110
130
130
153
162
179
179
214
218
257
264
286
320
365
382
455
510
537
595
607
612
735
845
895
1070
1322

74
87
87
103
109
120
120
144
146
172
178
192
215
245
256
305
342
360
399
407
410
493
567
600
718
887

19.2
29.0
29.0
38.4
38.4
48.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
67.0
77.0
86.0
96.0
96.0
115.0
115.0

60
72
72
86
86
104
104
125
141
141
175
200
217
217
230
230

40
48
48
58
58
70
70
84
95
95
117
134
146
146
154
154

17 AWG = 1mm2
10060 OZ
10061
10062 OZ
10063
10064 OZ
10065
10066 OZ
10067
10068
10069 OZ
10070
10071
10180
10170 OZ
10072
10073 OZ

2x1
3G1
3x1
4G1
4x1
5G1
5x1
6G1
7G1
7x1
8G1
9G1
10G1
10x1
12G1
12x1

.22
.24
.24
.26
.26
.28
.28
.31
.34
.34
.37
.40
.41
.41
.42
.42

5.5
6.0
6.0
6.6
6.6
7.2
7.2
8.0
8.6
8.6
9.4
10.1
10.4
10.4
10.7
10.7

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

Further sizes and configurations available upon request


Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

13

Control Cable JZ-500


Flexible

Number coded Oil resistant 80 C/ 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Continued from previous page

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1mm2
10074
10075
10076
10174 OZ
10197
10077
10184 OZ
10179
10175
10078
10176 OZ
10196
10198
10168 OZ
10079
10080
10199
10081
10167 OZ
10082
10083
10084
10085
10086
10087
10088
10089

14G1
16G1
18G1
18x1
19G1
20G1
20x1
21G1
24G1
25G1
25x1
26G1
27G1
30x1
34G1
36G1
37G1
40G1
40x1
41G1
42G1
50G1
56G1
61G1
65G1
80G1
100G1

10090 OZ
10091
10092 OZ
10093
10094 OZ
10095
10096 OZ
10097
10098
10099 OZ
10100
10101
10181
10102
10103
10104 OZ
10105
10106
10107
10185
10108
10109
10110
10535
10111
10112
10536
10113
10114
10115
10116
10117
10187
10118
10119

2x1.5
3G1.5
3x1.5
4G1.5
4x1.5
5G1.5
5x1.5
6G1.5
7G1.5
7x1.5
8G1.5
9G1.5
10G1.5
11G1.5
12G1.5
12x1.5
14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
19G1.5
20G1.5
21G1.5
25G1.5
27G1.5
32G1.5
34G1.5
37G1.5
41G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
56G1.5
61G1.5
65G1.5
80G1.5
100G1.5

10120 OZ
10121
10122 OZ
10123
10124 OZ
10125
10126 OZ
10127
10128 OZ
10129
10130
10131
10132
10133

2x2.5
3G2.5
3x2.5
4G2.5
4x2.5
5G2.5
5x2.5
7G2.5
7x2.5
8G2.5
12G2.5
14G2.5
18G2.5
21G2.5

.44
.47
.50
.50
.51
.53
.53
.56
.58
.61
.61
.61
.62
.63
.69
.69
.72
.74
.74
.74
.74
.83
.85
.87
.90
1.00
1.11

11.3
12.0
12.7
12.7
13.0
13.5
13.5
14.1
14.7
15.6
15.6
15.6
15.8
16.0
17.4
17.4
18.4
18.9
18.9
18.9
18.9
21.0
21.5
22.2
22.8
25.4
28.2

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


134.0
154.0
173.0
173.0
182.0
192.0
192.0
205.0
236.0
240.0
240.0
252.0
259.0
308.0
326.0
346.0
355.0
384.0
384.0
394.0
403.0
480.0
538.0
586.0
628.0
786.0
960.0

271
300
343
343
355
375
375
420
440
485
485
500
534
550
650
668
701
755
755
770
810
936
920
1100
1180
1294
1644

182
201
230
230
238
252
252
282
295
325
325
335
358
369
436
448
470
506
506
516
543
628
617
738
791
868
1103

10134
10135
10136
10137
10138
10139

70
90
90
109
109
131
131
157
184
184
216
259
275
300
309
309
345
386
440
445
490
555
620
670
790
830
892
996
1007
1250
1332
1440
1602
1871
2353

47
60
60
73
73
88
88
105
123
123
145
174
184
201
207
207
231
259
295
298
329
372
416
449
530
557
598
668
675
838
893
966
1074
1255
1578

112
148
148
178
178
221
221
306
306
363
498
569
764
914

75
99
99
119
119
148
148
205
205
243
334
381
512
613

25G2.5
34G2.5
42G2.5
50G2.5
61G2.5
100G2.5

6.3
6.7
6.7
7.3
7.3
8.2
8.2
8.9
9.8
9.8
10.6
11.5
11.7
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.9
13.6
14.5
15.2
15.2
16.1
17.8
19.0
19.1
19.8
20.2
21.0
21.4
23.7
25.0
25.3
26.0
29.0
32.5

29.0
43.0
43.0
58.0
58.0
72.0
72.0
86.0
101.0
101.0
115.0
129.0
144.0
158.0
173.0
173.0
202.0
230.0
259.0
279.0
288.0
302.0
360.0
389.0
461.0
490.0
533.0
576.0
605.0
720.0
806.0
878.0
936.0
1152.0
1440.0

14

7.6
8.3
8.3
9.1
9.1
10.2
10.2
12.1
12.1
13.2
15.2
16.1
18.1
20.4

48.0
72.0
72.0
96.0
96.0
120.0
120.0
168.0
168.0
192.0
288.0
336.0
432.0
504.0

600.0
816.0
1008.0
1200.0
1464.0
2400.0

1044
1470
1790
2095
2750
4450

700
986
1201
1405
1844
2985

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
8G4
12G4

.36
.39
.43
.48
.52
.63
.72

9.2
9.9
11.0
12.1
13.3
15.9
18.3

77.0
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0
307.0
461.0

195
230
295
361
458
590
790

131
154
198
242
307
396
530

355
424
525
625

238
284
352
419

540
701
858
1106

362
470
575
742

827
1035
1259
1780

555
694
844
1194

1186
1582
1999
2825

795
1061
1341
1895

1585
2105
2633

1063
1412
1766

2550
2940
3936

1710
1972
2640

3180
4090
5443

2133
2743
3651

4680
5540
6931

3139
3716
4649

7000

4695

8340

5594

9904

6643

10 AWG = 6 mm2
10147
10148
10149
10150

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

10151
10152
10153
10154

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

10190
10155
10156
10157

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.46
.51
.57
.63

11.7
13.0
14.5
16.0

173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.60
.66
.74
.81

15.0
16.8
18.7
20.6

288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.69
.78
.86
.96

17.6
19.7
21.9
24.4

461.0
614.0
768.0
1075.0

4 AWG = 25 mm2
10191
10158
10159
10160

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

.89
1.00
1.10
1.22

22.5
25.2
27.9
31.0

720.0
960.0
1200.0
1680.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
10192**
10161**
10162**

3G35
4G35
5G35

10193**
10163**
10188**

3G50
4G50
5G50

.99
1.10
1.15
1.18
1.31
1.46

10194**
10164**
10189**

3G70
4G70
5G70

1.46
1.62
1.81

10195**
10165**
10333**

3G95
4G95
5G95

1.61
1.81
1.99

10166**

4G120

1.98

25.2
28.0
29.3

1008.0
1344.0
1680.0

1 AWG = 50 mm2
29.9
33.4
37.2

1440.0
1920.0
2400.0

2/0 = 70 mm2
37.0
41.2
46.0

2016.0
2688.0
3360.0

3/0 = 95 mm2
41.0
46.0
50.5

2736.0
3648.0
4560.0

4/0 = 120 mm2


50.3

4608.0

300 MCM = 150 mm2


13139**

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.30
.33
.33
.36
.36
.40
.40
.48
.48
.52
.60
.63
.71
.80

22.2
25.1
27.2
30.0
32.0
41.0

12 AWG = 4 mm2
10140 OZ
10141
10142
10143
10144
10145
10146

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.25
.26
.26
.29
.29
.32
.32
.35
.39
.39
.42
.45
.46
.48
.48
.48
.51
.54
.57
.60
.60
.63
.70
.75
.75
.78
.80
.83
.84
.93
.98
1.00
1.02
1.14
1.28

.87
.99
1.07
1.18
1.26
1.61

4G150

2.24

57.0

5760.0

350 MCM = 185 mm2


13140**

4G185

2.50

63.5

7104.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
* Available also with red or blue conductors (Special Order)
** Available color coded only
For shielded Control cable see F-CY-JZ on pages 15 & 16
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Control Cable FCYJZ shielded


Flexible

Number coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cables adapted to


DIN VDE 0245, 0281 part 13
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage
Conductor / conductor 4000 V
Conductor / shield
2000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Mutual capacitance
0.5mm2 to 2.5 mm2 (20 AWG to 14
AWG) conductor to conductor 150 nF/km

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC Z7225 conductor
insulation.
Black conductors printed with consecutive white numbers per DIN VDE
0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Tinned copper shield, approx. 85%
coverage.
Special grey PVC outer jacket TM2,
according to DIN VDE 0281 part 1 and
HD 21.1.
Extensively oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

For use as a data cable in control circuits, tool making, and machine
industry as well as a signal cable in
computer systems and electronics.
The normal PVC inner jacket has
been replaced with a mylar wrap
separator, thus reducing the cable
diameter, weight and bending radius.
The cable offers a virtual disturbance-free signal due to the high
percentage coverage of the tinnedcopper shielding.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm )

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
6G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
21G0.5
24G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
32G0.5
34G0.5
36G0.5
40G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5
80G0.5
100G0.5

Cleanroom certified per US Standard


209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

16320 OZ
16321
16322
16323
16324
16325
16326
16327
16328
16329
16330
16331
16332
16333
16334
16335
16336
16337
16165
16338
16339
16340
16341
16342
16343

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

.22
.24
.26
.28
.29
.31
.33
.37
.38
.39
.42
.44
.47
.49
.51
.53
.55
.57
.60
.60
.65
.71
.78
.86
.96

5.7
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.4
7.9
8.5
9.3
9.6
10.0
10.7
11.2
11.9
12.5
12.9
13.5
14.0
14.6
15.3
15.3
16.4
18.1
19.8
21.9
24.3

29
39
46
52
66
68
80
93
117
122
129
152
173
189
236
250
297
301
312
320
345
407
580
690
814

45
55
61
74
89
98
117
135
157
190
210
217
240
250
300
314
360
425
433
446
475
573
653
784
995

30
37
41
50
60
66
78
91
105
127
141
146
161
168
201
211
241
285
290
299
319
384
438
526
667

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

16344 OZ
16345
16346
16347
16348
16349
16350
16351
16353
16354
16355
16356
16447
16357
16358
16359
16360
16361
16362
16363
16166
16364
16448
16365
16491
16366
16367
16368
16369

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
6G0.75
7G0.75
8G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75
16G0.75
18G0.75
19G0.75
20G0.75
21G0.75
24G0.75
25G0.75
27G0.75
30G0.75
32G0.75
34G0.75
36G0.75
37G0.75
40G0.75
41G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75
80G0.75
100G0.75

.24
.25
.27
.29
.31
.34
.37
.40
.41
.44
.46
.49
.50
.51
.54
.57
.59
.59
.61
.63
.67
.67
.70
.72
.72
.79
.86
.96
1.06

6.1
6.4
6.9
7.4
8.0
8.6
9.4
10.2
10.4
11.1
11.6
12.4
12.6
12.9
13.8
14.5
15.1
15.0
15.6
16.1
16.9
16.9
17.7
18.3
18.3
20.0
21.9
24.3
26.8

38
50
57
70
87
96
110
140
151
167
183
207
221
238
246
270
278
287
315
330
350
370
386
395
411
480
555
715
910

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

59
66
77
93
113
130
145
180
202
225
275
292
308
320
378
435
415
435
450
484
502
535
592
610
622
777
900
1210
1445

40
44
52
62
76
87
97
121
135
151
184
196
207
215
254
292
278
292
302
325
337
359
397
409
417
521
604
812
969

Continued on next page

15

Control Cable FCYJZ shielded


Flexible

Number coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Continued from previous page

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2
16370 OZ
16371
16372
16373
16374
16375
16376
16377
16378
16379
16380
16381
16352
16382
16383
16384
16439
16385
16386
16387
16446
16388
16492
16389
16390
16391
16392

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
6G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
16G1
18G1
19G1
20G1
24G1
25G1
27G1
28G1
30G1
34G1
37G1
40G1
41G1
50G1
61G1
80G1
100G1

.25
.26
.29
.31
.33
.36
.39
.43
.44
.46
.48
.52
.53
.54
.61
.64
.63
.66
.66
.71
.74
.76
.76
.84
.92
1.02
1.13

6.4
6.7
7.3
7.8
8.5
9.1
9.9
10.8
11.2
11.8
12.3
13.2
13.5
13.8
15.5
16.2
16.2
16.7
16.7
18.0
18.8
19.4
19.4
21.4
23.4
26.0
28.8

46
56
69
89
105
111
130
140
168
198
218
245
260
267
320
332
360
370
375
440
485
510
521
625
710
940
1180

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


65
80
98
127
144
158
197
232
260
302
346
380
412
440
493
534
562
595
616
741
790
835
843
1025
1205
1445
1613

44
54
66
85
97
106
132
156
174
203
232
255
276
295
331
358
377
399
413
497
530
560
565
687
808
969
1082

88
100
126
160
208
244
315
338
383
424
479
508
545
560
690
705
774
810
830
890
945
1060
1071
1290
1705
2010
2505

59
67
85
107
140
164
211
227
257
284
321
341
366
376
463
473
519
543
557
597
634
711
718
865
1144
1348
1680

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


16393 OZ
16394
16395
16396
16397
16398
16399
16400
16401
16402
16403
16449
16404
16405
16406
16407
16450
16408
16409
16410
16451
16411
16493
16412
16413
16414
16415

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
19G1.5
20G1.5
21G1.5
24G1.5
25G1.5
27G1.5
28G1.5
30G1.5
35G1.5
37G1.5
40G1.5
41G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5
80G1.5
100G1.5

.28
.29
.32
.35
.41
.44
.50
.50
.55
.56
.60
.62
.63
.67
.70
.73
.73
.75
.75
.82
.83
.89
.89
.96
1.06
1.18
1.31

7.0
7.4
8.1
8.9
10.5
11.2
12.6
12.8
13.6
14.3
15.2
15.8
15.9
17.0
17.9
18.5
18.5
19.0
19.0
20.8
21.2
22.5
22.5
24.5
27.0
30.0
33.3

63
76
98
116
152
172
193
222
272
285
368
390
407
424
448
500
513
525
555
645
693
725
734
885
1120
1360
1690

16416 OZ
16417
16418
16419
16420
16421
16438
16452

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5

16422 OZ
16423
16424
16425
16426

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

16427 OZ
16428
16429
16430
16431

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

16432 OZ
16433
16434
16435
16436

2x10
3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

16440
16437

4G16
5G16

16441
16442

4G25
5G25

16443
16444

4G35
5G35

16445

4G50

1.36

4x70
4x95
4x120

2/0
3/0
4/0

8.3
9.0
9.8
10.9
12.9
15.8
15.9
18.9

96
146
174
200
235
335
441
570

130
167
195
223
344
460
570
681

87
112
131
149
231
309
382
457

135
178
240
328
355

185
240
310
385
500

124
161
208
258
335

175
240
335
441
505

268
330
415
509
672

180
221
278
341
451

425
500
783
856
1305

285
335
525
574
875

880
1295

590
869

1570
1965

1053
1318

2070
2690

1388
1804

3015

2022

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.39
.42
.45
.50
.55

9.8
10.6
11.5
12.7
14.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.45
.49
.54
.62
.65

11.5
12.4
13.8
15.7
16.6

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.59
.63
.70
.77
.85

14.9
15.9
17.8
19.6
21.6

265
370
485
714
820

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.82
.90

20.8
22.9

809
1050

4 AWG = 25 mm2
1.03
1.16

26.2
29.4

1165
1440

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.20
1.33

30.4
33.8

1576
1930

1 AWG = 50 mm2
34.6

2155

We recommend version Y - CY-JZ**


We recommend version Y - CY-JZ**
We recommend version Y - CY-JZ**

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.


NOTES:
** For these sizes call supplier

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96..
Cleanroom certified to US Standard 209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Braiding Machine

16

.33
.35
.39
.43
.51
.62
.63
.74

Control Cable JB-500


Flexible

Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special PVC control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281, 0293,0295
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 MOhm x km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC Z7225 conductor insulation.
Conductors color coded per JB/OB
color code.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Outer gray jacket made of special PVC,
TM2, to DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Extensively oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

APPLICATIONS

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


11001 OB
11002
11003 OB
11004
11005 OB
11006
11007 OB
11008
11009
11010 OB
11011
11012
11013
11014
11015
11016
11017
11018
11019
11020
11021
11022

2x0.5
3G0.5
3x0.5
4G0.5
4x0.5
5G0.5
5x0.5
6G0.5
7G0.5
7x0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
16G0.5
21G0.5
24G0.5
27G0.5
30G0.5
35G0.5
40G0.5
52G0.5

11026 OB
11027
11028 OB
11029
11030 OB
11031
11032 OB
11033
11034
11035 OB
11036
11037
11038
11039
11040
11041
11042
11043
11044
11045
11046

2x0.75
3G0.75
3x0.75
4G0.75
4x0.75
5G0.75
5x0.75
6G0.75
7G0.75
7x0.75
8G0.75
9G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
15G0.75
18G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
32G0.75
40G0.75
50G0.75

These cables are used for flexible use


in medium mechanical stresses with
free movement without tensile stress
or forced movements in dry, moist and
wet rooms, as measuring and control
cables in machine tools, conveyor
belts, production lines, as well as in
machinery production, in air-conditioning and steel production plants. The
green-yellow ground is located immediately below the outer jacket. JB
cables are suitable for use in all electrical equipment either in dry or wet
areas. They are not suitable for outdoor
installations.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

.19
.20
.20
.22
.22
.24
.24
.26
.29
.29
.31
.34
.36
.37
.39
.46
.50
.52
.53
.58
.62
.68

4.8
5.1
5.1
5.7
5.7
6.2
6.2
6.7
7.4
7.4
8.0
8.8
9.1
9.5
10.0
11.8
12.8
13.2
13.5
14.7
15.8
17.3

9.6
14.4
14.4
19.2
19.2
24.0
24.0
29.0
34.0
34.0
38.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
77.0
101.0
128.0
130.0
144.0
168.0
192.0
250.0

17 AWG = 1mm2
40
46
46
56
56
65
65
75
80
84
97
116
135
150
172
240
265
290
310
370
434
534

27
31
31
38
38
44
44
50
54
56
65
78
91
101
115
161
178
195
208
248
291
358

46
54
54
66
66
80
80
99
110
110
130
153
162
179
218
257
320
365
455
595
699

31
36
36
44
44
54
54
66
74
74
87
103
109
120
146
172
215
245
305
399
469

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.20
.22
.22
.24
.24
.27
.27
.30
.32
.32
.35
.37
.38
.39
.44
.46
.52
.57
.61
.69
.78

5.2
5.5
5.5
6.2
6.2
6.8
6.8
7.5
8.1
8.1
8.9
9.5
9.6
9.9
11.2
11.9
13.3
14.5
15.6
17.6
19.8

14.4
21.6
21.6
28.8
28.8
36.0
36.0
43.2
50.0
50.0
58.0
65.0
72.0
86.0
108.0
130.0
151.0
180.0
230.0
288.0
360.0

NOTES:
OB = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications

11050 OB
11051
11052 OB
11053
11054 OB
11055
11056 OB
11057
11058 OB
11059
11060 OB
11061
11062
11063
11064
11065
11066
11067
11068
11069
11070
11071
11072
11073

2x1
3G1
3x1
4G1
4x1
5G1
5x1
6G1
6x1
7G1
7x1
8G1
9G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
16G1
18G1
20G1
24G1
25G1
34G1
48G1
56G1

11077 OB
11078
11079 OB
11080
11081 OB
11082
11083 OB
11084
11085
11086 OB
11087
11088
11089
11090
11091
11092
11093
11094
11095
11096
11097
11098

2x1.5
3G1.5
3x1.5
4G1.5
4x1.5
5G1.5
5x1.5
6G1.5
7G1.5
7x1.5
8G1.5
11G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5
25G1.5
32G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5

.22
.24
.24
.26
.26
.28
.28
.31
.31
.34
.34
.37
.40
.41
.42
.44
.47
.50
.53
.58
.61
.69
.76
.85

5.5
6.0
6.0
6.6
6.6
7.2
7.2
8.0
8.0
8.6
8.6
9.4
10.1
10.4
10.7
11.3
12.0
12.7
13.5
14.7
15.6
17.4
19.4
21.5

19.2
27.0
29.0
38.4
38.4
48.0
48.0
58.0
58.0
67.0
67.0
77.0
87.0
96.0
115.0
134.0
154.0
173.0
192.0
230.0
240.0
326.0
461.0
538.0

60
72
72
86
86
104
104
125
125
141
141
175
200
207
230
271
300
343
375
468
485
650
819
920

40
48
48
58
58
70
70
84
84
95
95
117
134
139
154
182
201
230
252
314
325
436
550
617

70
90
90
109
109
131
131
157
184
184
216
300
309
345
386
440
490
620
790
830
1007
1250

47
60
60
73
73
88
88
105
123
123
145
201
207
231
259
295
329
416
530
557
676
839

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.25
.26
.26
.29
.29
.32
.32
.35
.39
.39
.41
.48
.48
.51
.53
.57
.60
.70
.75
.78
.84
.93

6.3
6.7
6.7
7.3
7.3
8.2
8.2
8.9
9.8
9.8
10.6
12.1
12.1
12.9
13.6
14.5
15.2
17.8
19.1
19.8
21.4
23.7

29.0
43.0
43.0
58.0
58.0
72.0
72.0
86.4
101.0
101.0
115.0
158.0
173.0
202.0
230.0
259.0
288.0
360.0
461.0
490.0
605.0
720.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

17

Control Cable JB-750


Flexible

Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 750 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0281, 0293,0295 and IEC 602275
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 450/ 750 V
Test voltage
Conductor / conductor 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation T12
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Conductors color coded per JB/OB.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Outer gray jacket made of special PVC,
TM2, to DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Extensively oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

These cables are used for flexible use


in medium mechanical stresses with
free movements in dry, moist and wet
rooms, as measuring and control
cables in machine tools, conveyor
belts, production lines, as well as in
machinery production, air-conditioning and steel production plants. The
green-yellow ground is located immediately below the outer jacket. JB
cables are suitable for use in all electrical equipment either in dry or wet
areas. They are not suitable for outdoor installations.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

6 AWG = 16 mm2

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


11104 OB
11105
11106 OB
11107
11108 OB
11109
11110 OB
11111
11112
11113
11114
11115
11116
11117
11118
11119
11120

2x2.5
3G2.5
3x2.5
4G2.5
4x2.5
5G2.5
5x2.5
6G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
11G2.5
16G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5
32G2.5
50G2.5
61G2.5

.36
.39
.39
.43
.43
.47
.47
.52
.57
.63
.69
.81
.85
1.04
1.25
1.50
1.57

9.1
9.9
9.9
11.0
11.0
12.0
12.0
13.3
14.6
16.1
17.6
20.5
21.7
26.5
31.8
38.0
40.0

48.0
72.0
72.0
96.0
96.0
120.0
120.0
144.0
168.0
192.0
264.0
383.0
432.0
600.0
766.0
1200.0
1464.0

112
148
148
178
178
221
221
293
306
363
482
701
764
1044
1386
2095
2750

75
99
99
119
119
148
148
197
205
244
323
470
512
700
930
1405
1845

195
235
295
361
498
767

131
158
198
242
334
514

12 AWG = 4 mm2
11121 OB
11144
11122
11123
11124
11125

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
11G4

.41
.44
.49
.55
.66
.88

10.4
11.2
12.5
13.9
16.8
22.3

76.8
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0
422.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
11126
11127
11128
11129

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

.50
.55
.61
.75

12.6
14.0
15.5
19.0

173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

355
424
525
625

238
284
352
419

8 AWG = 10 mm

11153
11130
11131
11132

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

.63
.71
.79
.91

16.0
18.0
20.0
23.1

290.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

611
701
858
1106

410
470
576
742

NOTES:
OB = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

18

Cleanroom certified per US Standard


209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

11154
11133
11134
11135

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.72
.82
.91
1.22

11155
11136
11137

3G25
4G25
5G25

11156
11138
11139

3G35
4G35
5G35

11157
11140
11145

3G50
4G50
5G50

1.19
1.33
1.48

11158
11141
11146

3G70
4G70
5G70

1.47
1.64
1.82

11159
11142
11147

3G95
4G95
5G95

1.58
1.76
1.98

11160
11143

3G120
4G120

1.79
2.00

11148

4G150

18.5
20.8
23.0
31.0

461.0
614.0
768.0
1075.0

912
1035
1259
1780

611
694
845
1194

1388
1581
1997

931
1061
1340

1767
2105
2636

1186
1412
1769

2556
2940
3936

1715
1973
2640

3182
4090
5443

2135
2744
3652

4676
5540
6931

3137
3717
4650

5630
7000

3777
4697

8340

5596

9904

6643

4 AWG = 25 mm2
.92
1.02
1.14

23.3
26.0
29.0

720.0
960.0
1200.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.02
1.17
1.30

26.6
29.7
33.1

1080.0
1344.0
1680.0

1 AWG = 50 mm2
30.2
33.9
37.6

1440.0
1920.0
2400.0

2/0 = 70 mm2
37.4
41.6
46.3

2016.0
2688.0
3360.0

3/0 = 95 mm2
40.1
44.8
50.2

2736.0
3648.0
4560.0

4/0 = 120 mm2


45.5
50.8

3456.0
4608.0

300 MCM = 150 mm2


2.24

57.0

5760.0

350 MCM = 185 mm2


11149

4G185

2.59

65.8

7104.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Control Cable JZ-602


Multiple Approvals

Flexible Number coded Oil resistant 90 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Control cables of special PVC per UL


AWM conductor insulation Style
10012, jacket insulation per UL Style
2587 and CSA.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage according to UL and
CSA 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
Stationary installations 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding.


Special PVC insulation Y18 to DIN VDE
0207 part 4 and class 43 to UL
Standard 1581.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special PVC jacket YM5, to DIN VDE
0207 part 5 and class 43 to UL 1581.
Gray jacket (RAL 7001). Printed with:
e.g. HELUKABLE JZ-602 E170315
AWM...AWG (...mm2).. C VW-1

xxx LL113926 CSA AWM I/II A/B 600


V 90C FT1
*
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

UL-listed and CSA certified flexible


control cable rated at 600 V, designed
for the US and Canadian markets.
Used in machine tools, control systems, connection between control
panels and machines, assembly lines
and other industrial equipment.
Suitable for installation in dry or wet
environment and moderate flexing
applications. Resistant to mineral oils,
synthetic oils and water based
coolants. The outer jacket has been
improved for greater oil-resistance.
Flexible and easily stripable due to the
use of talcum powder between conductors and pressure molded outer
jacket.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


83090 OZ
83091
83092
83093
89094
83100
83101
83095
83096
83097
83098
83099

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
9G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5
34G0.5
41G0.5

.23
.25
.26
.29
.33
.38
.41
.43
.51
.61
.70
.78

5.9
6.3
6.7
7.3
8.5
9.6
10.4
10.9
12.9
15.5
17.7
19.9

9.6
14.0
19.0
24.0
34.0
38.4
43.2
58.0
86.0
120.0
163.0
197.0

49
58
69
84
123
140
177
192
256
358
487
580

33
39
46
56
82
94
119
129
172
240
327
389

53
61
74
90
130
144
180
198
274
384
494
508

36
41
50
60
87
97
121
133
184
258
331
341

73
94
117
140
186
244

49
63
78
94
125
164

18 AWG = 1 mm2
83080 OZ
83081
83082
83083
83084
83102
83103
83085
83086
83087
83088
83089

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
8G1
9G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1

.25
.26
.29
.31
.36
.39
.44
.46
.56
.67
.76
.83

6.3
6.7
7.3
7.9
9.2
10.0
11.1
11.8
14.1
17.1
19.3
21.2

19.2
27.0
38.4
48.0
67.0
76.8
86.4
115.2
173.0
240.0
326.0
394.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


83070 OZ
83071
83072
83073
83074
83104

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
9G1.5

.27
.30
.32
.34
.42
.50

6.9
7.5
8.1
8.7
10.6
12.8

28.8
44.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
129.7

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

83075
83076
83077
83078
83079

12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
41G1.5

.53
.62
.74
.85
.93

13.4
15.8
18.9
21.7
23.7

173.0
260.0
360.0
490.0
590.0

319
451
625
840
1032

214
302
419
563
692

115
143
185
221
293
429
563
854
914
1188

77
96
124
148
197
288
378
573
613
797

232
298
358
460

156
200
240
309

360
402
484
630

241
270
325
423

535
653
786
1100

359
438
527
738

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


83060 OZ
83061
83062
83063
83064
83065
83066
83067
83068
83069

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
9G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
19G2.5
25G2.5

.32
.34
.40
.43
.52
.61
.66
.77
.78
.94

8.2
8.7
10.1
10.9
13.1
15.6
16.7
19.6
19.7
24.0

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
216.0
288.0
432.0
456.0
600.0

12 AWG = 4 mm2
83051
83052
83053
83054

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

83041
83042
83043
83044

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

83031
83032
83033
83034

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

.44
.49
.54
.64

11.2
12.5
13.8
16.3

115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.51
.56
.63
.76

12.9
14.2
15.9
19.4

173.0
231.0
288.0
403.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.67
.73
.80
.88

16.9
18.5
20.3
22.3

288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

19

Control Cable JZ-602


Multiple Approvals

Flexible Number coded Oil resistant 90 C / 600 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Control cables of special PVC per UL


AWM conductor insulation Style
10012, jacket insulation per UL Style
2587 and CSA.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage according to UL and
CSA 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
Stationary installations 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding.


Special PVC insulation Y18 to DIN VDE
0207 part 4 and class 43 to UL
Standard 1581.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special PVC jacket YM5, to DIN VDE
0207 part 5 and class 43 to UL 1581.
Gray jacket (RAL 7001). Printed with:
e.g. HELUKABLE JZ-602 E170315
AWM...AWG (...mm2).. C VW-1

xxx LL113926 CSA AWM I/II A/B 600


V 90C FT1
*
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

UL-listed and CSA certified flexible


control cable rated at 600 V, designed
for the US and Canadian markets.
Used in machine tools, control systems, connection between control
panels and machines, assembly lines
and other industrial equipment.
Suitable for installation in dry or wet
environment and moderate flexing
applications. Resistant to mineral oils,
synthetic oils and water based
coolants. The outer jacket has been
improved for greater oil-resistance.
Flexible and easily stripable due to the
use of talcum powder between conductors and pressure molded outer
jacket.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

1 AWG = 50 mm2

6 AWG = 16 mm2
83020 OZ
83021
83022
83023
83024

2x16
3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

83011
83012
83013
83014

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

.76
.81
.91
1.01
1.12

19.4
20.7
23.2
25.7
28.4

307.0
461.0
615.0
768.0
1075.0

640
810
1045
1260
1760

429
543
701
845
1180

1180
1507
1858
2830

791
1011
1246
1898

1590
2123
2612

1066
1424
1752

4 AWG = 25 mm2
.98
1.11
1.22
1.40

25.0
28.1
30.9
35.5

720.0
960.0
1200.0
1680.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
83001
83002
83003

3G35
4G35
5G35

1.13
1.25
1.39

28.6
31.7
35.2

1008.0
1344.0
1680.0

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

83004
83005
83006

3G50
4G50
5G50

1.23
1.41
1.52

31.2
35.8
38.7

1440
1920
2400

2652
3058
4093

1779
2051
2745

3307
4254
5661

2218
2853
3797

4867
5762
7208

3264
3865
4834

5580
7280
8692

3742
4883
5830

2/0 = 70 mm2
83007
83008
83009

3G70
4G70
5G70

1.54
1.64
1.91

39.2
41.6
48.4

2016
2688
3360

3/0 = 95 mm2
83010
83015
83016

3G95
4G95
5G95

1.66
1.81
2.02

83017
83018
83019

3G120
4G120
5G120

1.88
2.08
2.32

42.1
46.0
51.2

2736
3648
4560

4/0 = 120 mm2


47.8
52.8
59.0

3456
4608
5760

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Works Photo: Varta

20

Control Cable JZ-602-CY shielded

Multiple Approvals EMI Compatible Flexible


Number coded Oil resistant 90 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Control cables of special PVC.


Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage according to UL and
CSA 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
Stationary installations 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling Resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Bare copper, fine wire stranding.


Special PVC insulation Y18 to DIN VDE
0207 part 4 and class 43 to UL
Standard 1581 and Style 10012.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
PVC inner jacket, per UL Style 2587
and CSA.
Tinned-copper 85% braided shield.
Special PVC outer jacket YM5, per DIN
VDE 0207 and UL 1581.
Gray jacket (RAL 7001). Printed with:
e.g. HELUKABLE JZ-602-CY E170315
AWM...AWG (...mm2).. C VW-1

LL113926 CSA AWM I/II A/B FT 1 600


V 90C

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

APPLICATIONS

(mm )

(mm2)

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
9G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5
34G0.5
41G0.5

.31
.32
.34
.37
.42
.49
.52
.62
.72
.80
.88

7.8
8.1
8.7
9.3
10.6
12.4
13.1
15.7
18.3
20.2
22.4

40
45
52
68
93
134
163
191
223
284
336

93
124
133
153
191
243
322
374
436
560
663

62
83
89
103
128
163
216
251
292
376
445

18 AWG = 1 mm2
82979 OZ
82980
82981
82982
82983
82984
82985
82986
82987
82988
82989

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
9G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1

.32
.33
.36
.40
.45
.53
.55
.64
.77
.89
.96

8.2
8.5
9.2
10.1
11.4
13.4
13.9
16.3
19.6
22.6
24.4

51
56
81
90
101
161
175
241
342
434
499

107
130
155
181
209
321
341
473
650
781
892

72
87
104
121
140
215
229
317
436
524
598

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


82968 OZ
82969
82970
82971
82972
82973
82974
82975
82976
82977
82978

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
9G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
41G1.5

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

82990 OZ
82991
82992
82993
82994
82995
82996
82997
82998
82999
83000

UL and CSA approved flexible 600 V


control cables, for all machinery in
tooling and plant construction, suitable for installation in dry and wet
environments for medium mechanical
loads. Designed for the USA and
Canadian market. Resistant to mineral
oils, synthetic oils and refrigerants.
The outer jacket has been improved to
withstand harsher oil-resistant tests.
Talcum powder between the conductors and extruded jacket allows the
cable to be easily stripped and flexed.
The high percentage tinned-copper
shielding ensures compliance with
electromagnetic requirements.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

.35
.37
.40
.43
.51
.59
.62
.72
.88
1.00
1.08

8.8
9.3
10.1
10.9
13.0
14.9
15.7
18.4
22.4
25.3
27.5

70
89
97
111
147
193
256
380
544
674
881

136
165
192
224
273
340
461
674
950
1203
1588

91
111
129
150
183
228
309
452
637
807
1065

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

82959 OZ
82960
82961
82962
82963
82964
82965
82966
82967

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
9G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

82954 OZ
82955
82956
82957
82958

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

82949 OZ
82950
82951
82952
82953

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

82945
82946
82947
82948

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

82941
82942
82943
82944

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.41
.43
.47
.52
.62
.72
.76
.91
1.12

10.4
10.9
11.9
13.3
15.7
18.2
19.3
23.2
28.5

73
111
141
169
251
326
430
639
892

173
220
270
329
428
580
761
1140
1551

116
148
181
221
287
389
510
765
1040

209
310
456
532
737

140
208
306
357
494

318
411
572
732
961

213
276
384
491
645

741
988
1202
1743

497
663
806
1169

1088
1662
2021
2720

729
1115
1356
1824

1947
2591
3197
4530

1306
1738
2144
3638

2701
3277
4530

1812
2198
3038

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.50
.52
.57
.63
.75

12.6
13.2
14.6
15.9
19.1

116
198
232
275
395

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.56
.60
.66
.73
.87

14.3
15.3
16.7
18.5
22.2

183
242
316
411
570

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.76
.84
.94
1.05

19.2
21.3
23.9
26.7

416
571
690
971

6 AWG= 16 mm2
.96
1.08
1.21
1.33

24.4
27.4
30.8
33.8

660
821
1127
1512

4 AWG = 25 mm2
82937
82938
82939
82940

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

82934
82935
82936

3G35
4G35
5G35

1.20
1.32
1.58
1.61

30.4
33.5
40.0
40.8

1091
1443
1802
2520

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.34
1.49
1.64

34.0
37.9
41.7

1501
1889
2532

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

21

Control Cable JZ-603


Three Approvals
90C / 600V
Flexible Number coded Oil resistant

70C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cable with oil


resistant outer jacket to DIN VDE 0281
part 13, HD 21.13 S1 and to UL-Style
2587.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C (HAR)
-5 C to +90 C (UL + CSA)
Stationary -40 C to +70 C (HAR)
-40 C to +90 C (UL + CSA)
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U - 300/ 500 V (HAR)
U - 600 V (UL + CSA)
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
Stationary installations 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Oil and flame resistant per VDE 0207,
UL 1581 part 50.182, ASTM-OIL No.
2, VDE 0472 part 803, UL 1581 part
50.182.

Bare copper, fine wire stranding to DIN


VDE 0295 cl.5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC insulation TL1 to DIN VDE
0281 part 1, HD 21.1S2 and class 43
to UL Standard 1581.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special gray PVC jacket TM5, to DIN
VDE 0281 part 1, HD21.1 S2 and class
43 to UL 1581.
Outer jacket printing HELUKABLE JZ603 <VDE> <HAR> HO5VV5-F
(Conductor count x cross section size)
E170315
AWM Style
2587...AWG (...mm2).. C VW-1 xxx
LL113926 CSA AWM I/II A/B 600 V
90C FT1
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1 UL-VW-1.

UL-CSA-HAR approved cable for the


world market, used in machine tools,
control systems, assembly lines and
other industrial equipment. Suitable
for flexible use under medium
mechanical stresses with free movements in dry, moist and wet locations,
but not for outdoor applications.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

18 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

83704 OZ
83650
83651
83652
83653
83654
83655
83656
83657
83658
83659
83660

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5
34G0.5
41G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5

83705 OZ
83661
83662
83663
83664
83665
83666
83667
83668
83669
83670
83671

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75
34G0.75
41G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75

.22
.24
.26
.29
.35
.44
.51
.63
.70
.77
.84
.94

5.7
6.1
6.7
7.3
8.8
11.1
12.9
16.0
17.7
19.5
21.3
23.8

9.6
14.0
19.0
24.0
34.0
58.0
86.0
120.0
163.0
197.0
240.0
293.0

52
63
69
87
119
198
266
380
508
594
715
840

35
42
46
58
80
133
178
255
341
398
480
563

83706 OZ
83672
83673
83674
83675
83676
83677
83678
83679
83680
83681
83682

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1
50G1
61G1

66
76
85
113
144
245
327
466
626
747
896
1070

44
51
57
76
97
164
219
313
420
501
601
718

83707 OZ
83683
83684
83685
83686
83687
83688
83689
83690
83691
83692
83693

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
41G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

83708 OZ
83694
83695
83696
83697
83698
83699
83700
83701
83702
83703

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5
34G2.5
50G2.5
61G2.5

19 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.24
.26
.28
.31
.37
.46
.55
.67
.75
.82
.91
1.00

6.0
6.5
7.1
7.9
9.5
11.6
13.9
17.1
19.1
20.9
23.0
25.3

14.4
22.0
29.0
36.0
50.0
86.0
130.0
180.0
245.0
296.0
360.0
439.0

OZ = Without ground conductor


G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

22

.25
.27
.30
.33
.39
.49
.58
.71
.80
.88
.96
1.06

6.3
6.8
7.5
8.4
10.0
12.5
14.7
18.0
20.3
22.4
24.3
26.8

19.2
29.0
39.0
48.0
67.0
115.0
173.0
240.0
326.0
394.0
480.0
586.0

70
88
99
132
170
285
405
570
742
885
1071
1265

47
59
66
89
114
191
272
382
498
594
718
848

91
110
141
167
225
361
518
730
945
1135
1381
1640

61
74
95
112
151
242
347
490
634
761
926
1100

125
169
209
256
340
579
851
1175
1529
2290
2724

84
113
140
172
228
388
571
788
1025
1536
1827

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

NOTES:
The following amendments in the cable designation result from the new DIN
VDE 0281 part 12/ harmonized in accordance with HD 21.13S1: NYSLY-J
(new: H05VV5-F) and NYSLYCY-J (new: H05VVC4V5-K). SEV-approval is no
longer applicable as a result of the harmonization.

Cleanroom certified per US Standard


209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

.29
.31
.34
.39
.47
.57
.69
.84
.95
1.03
1.13
1.24

7.4
8.0
8.7
9.8
11.9
14.5
17.4
21.3
24.1
26.2
28.8
31.5

28.8
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
173.0
259.0
360.0
490.0
591.0
720.0
878.0

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.36
.39
.43
.47
.57
.71
.87
1.04
1.18
1.39
1.51

9.2
9.9
11.0
12.0
14.6
18.1
22.1
26.5
29.9
35.2
38.4

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
288.0
432.0
600.0
816.0
1200.0
1464.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Control Cable JZ-603-CY shielded


Three Approvals
90C / 600V
EMI compatible Flexible Number coded

70C / 300-500 V
Oil resistant

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cable with oil


resistant outer jacket per DIN VDE
0281 part 13, HD 21.13 S1 and to ULStyle 2587.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C (HAR)
-5 C to +90 C (UL + CSA)
Stationary -40 C to +70 C (HAR)
-40 C to +90 C (UL + CSA)
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U - 300/ 500 V (HAR)
U - 600 V (UL + CSA)
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling Resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding to DIN


VDE 0295 cl.5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation TL1
to DIN VDE 0281 part 1, HD 21.1S2,
class 43, UL 1581.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer.
PVC inner jacket.
Tinned-copper 85% braided shield.
Special gray PVC outer jacket TM5, to
DIN VDE 0281 part 1, HD21.1 S2 and
class 43 to UL 1581.
Printed HELUKABLE JZ-603-CY<VDE>
<HAR> HO5VVC4V5-K: Conductor
count x cable x cross section size)
E170315
AWM Style 2587...AWG
(...mm2).. CVW-1 LL113926 CSA AWM
I/II A/B 600 V 90C FT1
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1 UL-VW-1.

UL-CSA-HAR approved cable for the


world market, used in machine tools,
control systems, assembly lines and
other industrial equipment. Suitable
for flexible use under medium
mechanical stresses with free movements in dry, moist and wet locations,
but not for outdoor applications.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

.30
.33
.35
.38
.44
.54
.61
.73
.82
.89
.98
1.02

7.7
8.3
8.9
9.7
11.2
13.6
15.4
18.6
20.8
22.6
24.8
26.0

30
42
51
56
75
124
166
196
242
351
398
447

18 AWG = 1 mm2
90
105
123
147
195
276
418
504
632
750
968
1068

60
70
82
99
131
185
280
338
423
503
649
716

101
127
155
180
225
326
457
635
805
908
1155
1400

68
85
104
121
151
218
306
426
539
608
774
938

113
144
178

76
97
119

19 AWG = 0.75 mm2


83710 OZ
83731
83732
83733
83734
83735
83736
83737
83738
83739
83740
83741

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75
34G0.75
41G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75

.31
.34
.37
.40
.47
.56
.65
.79
.88
.94
1.03
1.18

8.0
8.6
9.4
10.1
11.9
14.2
16.6
20.0
22.4
24.0
26.2
30.0

41
50
61
73
93
155
211
278
360
454
541
628

18 AWG = 1 mm2
83711 OZ
83742
83743

2x1
3G1
4G1

.33
.36
.39

8.5
9.2
9.8

48
61
76

NOTES:
The following amendments in the cable designation result from the new DIN
VDE 0281 part 13 / harmonized in accordance with HD 21.13S1: NYSLY-J
(new: H05VV5-F) and NYSLYCY-J (new: H05VVC4V5-K). SEV-approval is no
longer applicable as a result of the harmonization.

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5
34G0.5
41G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
83709 OZ
83720
83721
83722
83723
83724
83725
83726
83727
83728
83729
83730

The high percentage shielding assures


disturbance-free signal transmission.

OZ = Without ground conductor


G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

83744
83745
83746
83747
83748
83749
83750
83751
83752

5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1
50G1
61G1

83712 OZ
83753
83754
83755
83756
83757
83758
83759
83760
83761
83762
83763

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
41G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

.42
.49
.59
.68
.83
.93
1.00
1.09
1.28

10.7
12.5
15.1
17.3
21.1
23.5
25.5
27.6
32.4

85
113
195
256
342
447
575
666
780

205
263
424
560
760
945
1151
1300
1500

137
176
284
375
509
633
771
871
1005

144
160
210
240
305
482
611
950
1200
1400
1665
1852

97
107
141
164
204
323
409
637
804
938
1116
1241

189
244
296
367
478
622
1010
1375
1893
2666
3077

127
164
198
246
320
417
677
921
1268
1786
2062

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.37
.40
.43
.48
.56
.67
.79
.94
1.07
1.17
1.25
1.36

9.4
10.1
11.0
12.3
14.2
17.1
20.0
24.0
27.1
29.7
31.8
34.6

69
80
94
114
143
254
314
477
671
777
911
1079

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


83713 OZ
83764
83765
83766
83767
83768
83769
83770
83771
83772
83773

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5
34G2.5
50G2.5
61G2.5

.44
.47
.53
.57
.68
.83
.98
1.17
1.35
1.54
1.61

11.1
12.0
13.4
14.6
17.2
21.2
24.8
29.8
34.4
39.0
41.0

81
115
141
188
241
397
556
790
1007
1498
1794

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

23

Tray Rated Control Cable JZ-604 TC


UL/cUL Flexible

Number coded 90 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cable Tray rated per UL


1277.
Multi Approvals
These Tray rated cables have the following approvals: (UL) MTW per UL
1063
AWM Style 2587 per UL 758
(cUL) and CSA Type TC FT4 per C22.2
NO. 210.2 I/II A/B 90 C 600 V FT4
Temperature range
Dry environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-25 C to +90 C
Humid environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +75 C
Stationary
-25 C to +75 C
Nominal voltage per UL 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper conductor finely stranded,


cl. 5 per DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228
cl.5.
Special PVC conductor insulation class
12 B per UL 1581 Table 50.155 Type
TFF per UL 62 Table 6.2 (AWG20-16)
Type THHW per UL 83 Table 5.2
(AWG 14).
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled with optimal selected lay-length.
Special black PVC jacket, Y2400 per
UL 1277, Table 11.18.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL 1277.

UL approved flexible Tray rated PVC


control cable for applications up to
600 V. Used in machine tools, and
other machinery. Suitable for dry,
humid and wet installations. Indoors
and outdoors in ducts, cable trays or
pipes. Works satisfactorily as direct
burial cable or for open installation in
machines and industrial equipment.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2

18 AWG = 1 mm2
69661
69662
69663
69664
69665
69666
69667
69668
69669
69670
69671
69672

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
9G1
10G1
12G1
13G1
25G1
34G1
50G1

.31
.33
.36
.39
.46
.50
.56
.58
.67
.80
.93
1.03

8.0
8.4
9.1
10.0
11.7
12.6
14.3
14.7
17.1
20.3
23.7
26.1

19.2
29
39
48
67
84
96
115
173
240
326
480

74
87
99
117
151
172
206
260
371
481
551
959

50
58
66
78
101
115
138
174
249
322
369
643

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


69673
69674
69675
69676
69677
69678
69679
69680
69681
69682
69683
69684
69685
69686
69687
69688

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
9G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
41G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

.33
.35
.38
.41
.48
.52
.52
.59
.61
.67
.72
.89
1.00
1.05
1.07
1.16

8.4
8.8
9.6
10.5
12.3
13.3
13.3
15.1
15.6
17.1
18.2
22.7
25.3
26.7
27.3
29.4

28.8
43
58
72
101
115
130
144
173
230
259
360
489
590
720
878

91
105
122
147
192
213
261
294
331
402
430
597
714
803
1021
1238

61
71
82
99
129
143
175
197
222
269
288
400
479
539
685
830

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

69689
69690
69691
69692
69693
69694
69695
69696
69697
69698
69699

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
9G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

69700
69701
69702
69703
69704
69705
69706

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
9G4
12G4
18G4

69707
69708
69709
69710

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

69711
69712
69713
69714

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

.37
.39
.43
.46
.58
.63
.63
.67
.70
.82
1.02

9.4
9.9
10.8
11.8
14.7
16.0
16.0
17.1
17.7
20.8
25.8

48
72
96
120
168
192
216
240
288
432
600

111
140
161
194
257
339
341
392
470
682
891

74
94
108
130
172
227
229
263
315
457
597

190
229
284
394
480
841
981

127
153
190
264
322
564
657

290
384
468
654

194
257
314
438

511
587
784
970

342
393
525
650

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.43
.47
.52
.65
.70
.78
.95

11.0
12.0
13.2
16.5
17.8
19.9
24.2

115
154
192
269
346
461
691

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.49
.57
.62
.68

12.5
14.5
15.8
17.3

173
230
288
403

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.67
.73
.80
.93

16.9
18.6
20.4
23.5

288
384
480
672

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

24

Tray Rated Control Cable JZ-604 TC


UL/cUL Flexible

Number coded 90 C / 600 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cable Tray rated per UL


1277.
Multi Approvals
These Tray rated cables have the following approvals: (UL) MTW per UL
1063
AWM Style 2587 per UL 758
(cUL) and CSA Type TC FT4 per C22.2
NO. 210.2 I/II A/B 90 C 600 V FT4
Temperature range
Dry environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-25 C to +90 C
Humid environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +75 C
Stationary
-25 C to +75 C
Nominal voltage per UL 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper conductor finely stranded,


cl. 5 per DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228
cl.5.
Special PVC conductor insulation class
12 B per UL 1581 Table 50.155 Type
TFF per UL 62 Table 6.2 (AWG20-16)
Type THHW per UL 83 Table 5.2
(AWG 14).
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled with optimal selected lay-length.
Special black PVC jacket, Y2400 per
UL 1277, Table 11.18.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL 1277.

UL approved flexible Tray rated PVC


control cable for application up to 600
V. Used in machine tools, and other
machinery. Suitable for dry, humid and
wet installations. Indoors and outdoors in ducts, cable trays or pipes.
Works satisfactorily as direct burial
cable or for open installation in
machines and industrial equipment.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

6 AWG = 16 mm2
69715
69716
69717
69718

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.83
.94
1.04
1.13

21.0
23.9
26.3
28.8

461
614
768
1075

3/0 = 95 mm2
651
869
1117
1364

436
582
748
915

1090
1421
1611
1943

731
952
1081
1303

1734
2011
2347

1163
1349
1574

2041
2539
2894

1368
1703
1941

2831
3494
4260

1899
2348
2857

4 AWG = 25 mm2
69719
69720
69721
69722

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

.98
1.07
1.19
1.30

24.9
27.2
30.3
33.1

720
960
1200
1680

69732
69733
69734

3G95
4G95
5G95

1.64
1.85
2.07

41.8
47.0
52.5

2736
3648
4560

5010
6104
7891

3360
4094
5923

5940
7604
8751

3984
5100
5870

4/0 = 120 mm2


69735
69736
69737

3G120
4G120
5G120

1.81
2.03
2.22

46.0
51.5
56.5

3456
4608
5760

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

2 AWG = 35 mm

69723
69724
69725

3G35
4G35
5G35

1.07
1.17
1.30

69726
69727
69728

3G50
4G50
5G50

1.31
1.44
1.63

69729
69730
69731

3G70
4G70
5G70

1.48
1.65
1.87

27.1
29.8
33.0

1008
1344
1680

1 AWG = 50 mm2
33.2
36.7
41.5

1440
1920
2400

2/0 = 70 mm2
37.6
42.0
47.6

2016
2688
3360

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Burn Test

25

Tray Rated Control Cable


JZ-604-FCY TC shielded
UL/cUL Flexible

Number coded 90 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cable Tray rated per UL 1277.


Multi Approvals
These Tray rated cables have the following approvals: (UL) MTW per UL
1063
AWM Style 2587 per UL 758
(cUL) and CSA Type TC FT4 per C22.2
NO. 210.2 I/II A/B 90 C 600 V FT4
Temperature range
Dry environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-25 C to +90 C
Humid environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +75 C
Stationary
-25 C to +75 C
Nominal voltage per UL 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling Resistance
max. 250 /km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper conductor finely stranded,


cl. 5 per DIN VDE 0295 cl.5 and IEC
60228 cl.5.
Special PVC conductor insulation class
12 B per UL 1581 Table 50.155 Type
TFF per UL 62 Table 6.2 (AWG20-16)
Type THHW per UL 83 Table 5.2
(AWG 14).
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled with optimal selected lay-length.
Special separating foil.
Tinned-copper 85% braided shield.
Special PVC jacket, Y2400 per UL
1277, Table 11.18.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL 1277.

UL approved flexible Tray rated PVC


control cable for applications up to
600 V. Used in machine tools, and
other machinery. Suitable for dry,
humid and wet installations. Indoors
and outdoors in ducts, cable trays or
pipes. Works satisfactorily as direct
burial cable or for open installation in
machines and industrial equipment.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2

18 AWG = 1 mm2
69750
69751
69752
69753
69754
69755
69756
69757
69758
69759
69760
69761

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
9G1
10G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
50G1

.34
.35
.38
.41
.48
.52
.59
.61
.70
.83
.96
1.03

8.6
9.0
9.7
10.5
12.2
13.2
15.0
15.4
17.8
21.1
24.5
26.2

51.2
76.4
102.9
126.4
204.8
269.8
304.7
331.1
494.7
642.1
807.6
892.1

151
164
200
229
306
371
411
460
624
845
984
1096

101
110
134
154
206
249
276
309
419
567
660
735

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


69762
2x1.5
.35
9.0
78.3
161
69763
3G1.5
.37
9.4
114.2
181
69764
4G1.5
.40
10.2
152.1
240
69765
5G1.5
.44
11.1
189.2
274
69766
7G1.5
.51
12.9
279.4
367
69767
8G1.5
.57
14.5
308.6
431
69768
9G1.5
.57
14.5
326.8
437
69769
10G1.5
.62
15.8
401.6
511
69770
12G1.5
.64
16.2
491.7
598
69771
16G1.5
.70
17.9
526.1
630
69772
18G1.5
.74
18.9
749.1
787
69773
25G1.5
.88
22.3
1011.4
1240
69774
34G1.5
.98
24.9
1214.7
1401
69775
41G1.5
1.05
26.7
2060.6
2671
69776
50G1.5
1.33
33.7
3040.8
3614
69777
61G1.5
1.42
36.0
3146.1
4089
NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications

26

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

108
122
161
184
246
289
293
343
401
423
528
832
940
1792
2424
2743

69778
69779
69780
69781
69782
69783
69784
69785
69786
69787
69788

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
9G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

69789
69790
69791
69792
69793
69794
69795

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
9G4
12G4
18G4

69796
69797
69798
69799

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

69800
69801
69802
69803

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

.39
.41
.43
.49
.60
.65
.65
.70
.72
.88
1.04

10.0
10.5
11.4
12.4
15.3
16.5
16.5
17.9
18.4
22.4
26.5

128.4
189.5
250.1
314.2
464.3
490.9
498.6
511.6
764.1
1120.4
1714.0

269
294
341
420
551
583
593
631
847
1336
1921

180
197
229
282
370
391
398
423
568
896
1288

381
504
692
908
1104
1497
2104

256
338
464
609
741
1004
1411

623
729
1082
1414

418
489
726
948

1108
1324
1596
2186

743
889
1071
1466

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.46
.50
.57
.67
.72
.81
.98

11.6
12.6
14.5
17.1
18.4
20.5
25.0

304.2
402.7
514.2
721.2
849.3
1211.8
1714.9

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.54
.59
.65
.71

13.8
15.1
16.4
18.0

457.2
608.6
763.9
1002.8

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.69
.76
.87
.95

17.6
19.3
22.1
24.2

796.7
1029.6
1273.8
1696.2

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Tray Rated Control Cable


JZ-604-YCY TC shielded
UL/cUL Flexible

Number coded 90 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cable Tray rated per UL 1277.


Multi Approvals
These Tray rated cables have the following approvals: (UL) MTW per UL
1063
AWM Style 2587 per UL 758
(cUL) and CSA Type TC FT4 per No.
230. CSA C22.2 NO. 210.2 I/II A/B 90
C 600 V FT4
Temperature range
Dry environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-25 C to +90 C
Humid environment:
Flexing
-5 C to +75 C
Stationary
-25 C to +75 C
Nominal voltage per UL 600 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Coupling Resistance
max. 250 /km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper conductor finely stranded,


cl. 5 per DIN VDE 0295 cl.5 and IEC
60228 cl.5.
Special PVC conductor insulation class
12 B per UL 1581 Table 50.155 Type
TFF per UL 62 Table 6.2 (AWG20-16)
Type THHW per UL 83 Table 5.2
(AWG 14).
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled with optimal selected lay-length.
PVC inner jacket, Y2400 per UL 1277,
Table 11.18.
Tinned-copper 85% braided shield.
Special black PVC outer jacket, Y2400
per UL 1277, Table 11.18.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL 1277.

UL approved flexible Tray rated PVC


control cable for applications up to
600 V. Used in machine tools, and
other machinery. Suitable for dry,
humid and wet installations. Indoors
and outdoors in ducts, cable trays or
pipes. Works satisfactorily as direct
burial cable or for open installation in
machines and industrial equipment.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

1 AWG = 50 mm2

6 AWG = 16 mm

69804
69805
69806
69807

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.99
1.09
1.23
1.36

25.2
27.8
31.2
34.5

1245
1655
2063
2886

1385
1861
2614
3211

931
1251
1757
2158

4 AWG = 25 mm2
69808
69809
69810
69811

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

1.14
1.28
1.35
1.58

29.0
32.4
34.2
40.3

1932
2561
3140
4481

2455
2721
3490
4960

1650
1829
2345
3333

2 AWG = 35 mm2
69812
69813
69814

3G35
4G35
5G35

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

1.28
1.42
1.59

32.4
36.2
40.5

2504
3320
4180

3130
4100
4921

2103
2755
3307

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

69815
69816
69817

3G50
4G50
5G50

1.59
1.79
1.97

69818
69819
69820

3G70
4G70
5G70

1.85
2.01
2.20

69821
69822
69823

3G95
4G95
5G95

1.97
2.17
2.38

69824
69825
69826

3G120
4G120
5G120

2.13
2.34
2.54

40.4
45.5
50.0

3520
4821
5820

4560
5761
7186

3064
3871
4831

5580
7387
9290

3751
4966
6245

8520
10200
13800

5728
6857
9277

11090
13620
15420

7455
9156
10366

2/0 = 70 mm2
47.1
51.1
56.0

5020
6620
8420

3/0 = 95 mm2
50.1
55.0
60.5

6724
9100
10940

4/0 = 120 mm2


54.0
59.5
64.5

8620
11420
12940

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

27

Control Cable SYJZ

Flexible Number coded Steel wire braiding


Oil resistant (limited) 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281, 0293, 0295
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 6 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC Z7225 conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special PVC inner jacket.
Galvanized steel wire braiding.
Special outer jacket (transparent or gray).
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
Also available with color coded conductors.

SY-JZ cables are used as measuring


and control cables in machine tools,
plant installation, power stations and in
data equipment. The braided screen
offers the best possible protection
against mechanical damage. The galvanized coating on the steel wire braiding
not only helps protect against corrosion, but also notably improves the soldering performance. The clear transparent outer PVC jacket gives the cable
a smooth surface.
Cleanroom certified per US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


12001 OZ
12002
12003
12004
12005
12006
12007
12008
12009
12010
12114
12012
12013
12014
12015
12016
12017
12018
12011

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
18G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
35G0.5
40G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5
80G0.5
100G0.5

.28
.30
.32
.34
.39
.45
.46
.48
.53
.59
.63
.65
.70
.76
.76
.83
.90
.99
1.09

7.2
7.7
8.1
8.6
9.8
11.5
11.6
12.2
13.5
14.9
15.9
16.4
17.8
19.3
19.3
21.0
22.9
25.2
27.8

9.6
14.4
19.2
24.0
33.6
48.0
58.0
67.0
86.0
101.0
120.0
144.0
168.0
192.0
202.0
240.0
293.0
384.0
480.0

80
92
102
119
157
205
218
242
340
370
406
439
500
565
593
690
843
1050
1240

54
62
68
80
105
138
146
162
228
248
272
295
335
379
398
463
566
704
834

98
103
122
142
180
185
201
249
252
292
335
388
474
503
644
663
741
925
1082

66
69
82
95
121
124
135
167
169
196
225
260
318
338
432
445
497
621
726

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


12019 OZ
12020
12021
12022
12112
12023
12188
12024
12113
12025
12026
12027
12028
12029
12030
12031
12032
12033
12034

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
6G0.75
7G0.75
8G0.75
9G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
15G0.75
18G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
32G0.75
34G0.75
41G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75

.31
.32
.34
.37
.39
.42
.44
.48
.49
.50
.56
.58
.64
.70
.74
.77
.83
.92
.99

7.8
8.1
8.6
9.4
9.9
10.7
11.1
12.2
12.5
12.8
14.1
14.8
16.2
17.8
18.9
19.6
21.0
23.3
25.1

14.4
21.6
28.8
36.0
43.2
50.0
57.6
65.0
72.0
86.0
108.0
130.0
151.0
180.0
230.0
245.0
296.0
360.0
439.0

NOTES:
These cables can also be delivered with color conductors
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground

28

12035 OZ
12036
12037
12038
12039
12040
12041
12042
12043
12044
12045
12046
12047
12048
12049
12050
12051
12052
12053
12054
12055
12056

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
6G1
7G1
8G1
9G1
12G1
14G1
18G1
20G1
25G1
34G1
36G1
41G1
50G1
56G1
61G1
65G1
80G1
100G1

.32
.33
.37
.39
.42
.44
.48
.50
.54
.56
.61
.64
.74
.82
.82
.87
.95
.98
1.05
1.08
1.16
1.30

8.2
8.5
9.3
9.8
10.6
11.3
12.1
12.8
13.6
14.2
15.6
16.4
18.7
20.8
20.8
22.2
24.2
24.8
26.6
27.5
29.5
33.2

19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0
58.0
67.0
77.0
86.0
115.0
134.0
173.0
192.0
240.0
326.0
346.0
394.0
480.0
538.0
586.0
624.0
786.0
960.0

112
132
143
166
220
227
277
295
340
420
500
532
664
845
857
993
1112
1225
1306
1540
1750
1950

75
89
96
111
148
152
186
198
228
282
335
357
446
567
575
666
746
822
878
1033
1176
1311

129
149
185
205
255
285
340
347
418
430
444
533
593
781
1015

87
100
124
138
171
191
228
233
280
289
298
358
398
525
682

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


12057 OZ
12058
12059
12060
12109
12061
12062
12063
12064
12065
12066
12067
12068
12069
12070

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
6G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
9G1.5
10G1.5
11G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
32G1.5

.35
.37
.39
.43
.46
.49
.54
.56
.59
.59
.59
.62
.68
.82
.89

8.9
9.3
9.9
10.8
11.6
12.5
13.6
14.3
14.9
15.1
15.1
15.7
17.3
20.9
22.6

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
87.0
101.0
115.0
130.0
144.0
158.0
173.0
202.0
259.0
360.0
461.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

x = Without green-yellow ground conductor


Continued on next page
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Control Cable SYJZ

Flexible Number coded Steel wire braiding


Oil resistant (limited) 80 C / 300 - 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281, 0293, 0295
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 6 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC Z7225 conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special PVC inner jacket.
Galvanized steel wire braiding.
Special outer jacket (transparent or gray).
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
Also available with color coded conductors.

SY-JZ cables are used as measuring


and control cables in machine tools,
plant installation, power stations and in
data equipment. The braided screen
offers the best possible protection
against mechanical damage. The galvanized coating on the steel wire braiding
not only helps protect against corrosion, but also notably improves the soldering performance. The clear transparent outer PVC jacket gives the cable
a smooth surface.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

8 AWG = 10 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


12071
12072
12073
12074
12075
12076

34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5
80G1.5
100G1.5

.90
.97
1.07
1.17
1.31
1.43

22.9
24.6
27.1
29.8
33.2
36.4

490.0
605.0
720.0
878.0
1152.0
1440.0

1124
1401
1583
1810
2316
2900

754
940
1062
1214
1554
1946

185
248
290
347
420
660
750
893
1169
1458
1686
1869
2200
3000

124
166
195
233
282
443
503
599
784
978
1131
1254
1476
2013

350
428
504
640
1204

235
287
338
429
808

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


12077 OZ
12078
12079
12080
12081
12082
12083
12084
12085
12086
12087
12088
12089
12090

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
14G2.5
18G2.5
20G2.5
25G2.5
30G2.5
34G2.5
50G2.5
61G2.5

12115
12091
12092
12093
12094

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
11G4

.41
.43
.47
.50
.60
.72
.74
.85
.89
1.00
1.05
1.13
1.35
1.48

10.4
11.0
11.9
12.8
15.2
18.2
18.9
21.5
22.6
25.5
26.7
28.7
34.3
37.7

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
288.0
336.0
432.0
480.0
600.0
720.0
816.0
1200.0
1464.0

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.50
.55
.59
.65
.87

12.6
13.9
15.0
16.4
22.0

117.0
154.0
192.0
269.0
422.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
12095
12096
12097

4G6
5G6
7G6

.62
.67
.74

15.8
17.2
18.9

230.0
288.0
403.0

571
671
845

383
450
567

NOTES:
These cables can also be delivered with color conductors
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

12098
12099
12100

4G10
5G10
7G10

12101
12102
12103

4G16
5G16
7G16

12104
12105

4G25
5G25

12106
12107

4G35
5G35

12108
12116

4G50
5G50

.79
.86
.95

20.0
21.9
24.2

384
480
672

943
1065
1551

633
715
1041

1360
1740
2166

912
1167
1453

2020
2465

1355
1654

2570
3185

1724
2137

3513
4248

2357
2850

4810
5880

3227
3945

6360
8071

4267
5415

8170

5482

9970

6689

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.90
1.00
1.10

22.9
25.5
28.0

614
768
1075

4 AWG = 25 mm2
1.14
1.25

28.9
31.8

960
1200

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.27
1.43

32.2
36.4

1344
1680

1 AWG = 50 mm2
1.50
1.70

38.2
43.2

1920
2400

2/0 = 70 mm2
12111
12117

4G70
5G70

1.84
2.03

12110
12118

4G95
5G95

2.02
2.22

12119

4G120

2.22

46.8
51.8

2688
3360

3/0 = 95 mm2
51.5
56.4

3648
4560

4/0 = 120 mm2


56.3

4608

300 MCM = 150 mm2


12327

4G150

2.5

63.5

5760

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

29

Control Cable PUR-JZ

Flexible Number coded


For adverse conditions

Oil, coolant & tear resistant 80 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, adapted to DIN VDE 0281 part 1,
for less friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special gray polyurethane outer jacket
TMPU to DIN VDE 0282 part 10.
Jacket also available in other colors.

Pur-JZ is an exremely robust control


cable with high abrasion and tear resistant properties. Due to its high resistance to mineral oils and cooling fluids,
it is especially suited for installation in
problem areas of machine tool and steel
plants.
The high flexibility of this cable allows
for quick and easy installation.
Its resistance against UV-radiation,
oxygen, ozone and hydrolysis make
the cable perfect for outdoor applications.
Limited fungus resistance.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


22100 OZ
22101
22102
22103
22104
22105
22106
22107
22108
22109
22110
22111
22112
22113
22114
22115

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
18G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5

22116 OZ
22117
22118
22119
22120
22121
22122
22123
22124
22125
22126
22127
22128
22129
22130
22131

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
8G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75
18G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
34G0.75
42G0.75
50G0.75

.19
.20
.22
.24
.28
.31
.35
.36
.37
.42
.47
.52
.53
.58
.62
.67

4.8
5.1
5.7
6.2
7.2
8.0
8.8
9.1
9.5
10.7
12.0
13.2
13.5
14.7
15.8
17.5

9.6
14.4
19.0
24.0
33.6
38.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
86.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
163.0
202.0
240.0

45
55
65
75
90
105
120
135
170
205
225
270
315
380
415
550

30
37
44
50
60
70
81
91
114
138
151
181
211
255
278
369

22132 OZ
22133
22134
22135
22136
22137
22138
22139
22140
22141
22142
22143
22144
22145
22146
22147

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
18G1
21G1
25G1
32G1
34G1
42G1
50G1

44
53
64
76
96
111
140
170
202
260
269
282
400
475
600
720

30
36
43
51
64
74
94
114
136
174
180
189
268
319
403
483

22148 OZ
22149
22150
22151
22152
22153
22154
22155
22156
22157
22158
22159
22160
22161
22162
22163

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
18G1.5
21G1.5
25G1.5
30G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.21
.22
.24
.27
.32
.34
.38
.39
.41
.47
.52
.57
.59
.64
.70
.76

5.4
5.7
6.2
6.8
8.1
8.7
9.6
9.9
10.4
11.9
13.3
14.5
15.0
16.3
17.7
19.4

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
50.0
58.0
72.0
86.0
101.0
130.0
151.0
180.0
216.0
245.0
302.0
360.0

.22
.24
.26
.28
.34
.37
.40
.42
.45
.51
.56
.59
.66
.69
.74
.82

5.7
6.0
6.6
7.1
8.6
9.4
10.2
10.7
11.5
12.9
14.1
14.9
16.7
17.4
18.8
20.9

19
29
38
48
67
77
96
115
134
173
196
240
308
326
403
480

53
63
75
89
115
131
166
201
230
289
306
380
620
645
730
890

36
42
50
60
77
88
111
135
154
194
205
255
416
433
490
597

68
87
106
131
173
199
245
293
347
454
534
641
800
945
1100
1250

46
58
71
88
116
134
164
197
233
305
358
430
537
634
738
839

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
Cables with cross linked jacket material are available upon request.
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

.24
.26
.28
.31
.38
.41
.45
.47
.49
.56
.59
.66
.71
.77
.83
1.00

6.2
6.6
7.2
8.0
9.6
10.5
11.4
12.0
12.5
14.1
15.0
16.0
18.0
19.5
21.1
25.4

29
43
58
72
101
115
144
173
202
259
302
360
410
490
605
720

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

30

Control Cable PUR-JZ

Flexible Number coded


For adverse conditions

Oil, coolant & tear resistant 80 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Continued from previous page

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0245, 0281
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, adapted to DIN VDE 0281 part 1,
for less friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special gray polyurethane outer jacket
TMPU to DIN VDE 0282 part 10.
Jacket also available in other colors.

Pur-JZ is an exremely robust control


cable with high abrasion and tear resistant properties. Due to its high resistance to mineral oils and cooling fluids,
it is especially suited for installation in
problem areas of machine tool and steel
plants.
The high flexibility of this cable allows
for quick and easy installation.
Its resistance against UV-radiation,
oxygen, ozone and hydrolysis make
the cable perfect for outdoor applications.
Limited fungus resistance.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


22164 OZ
22165
22166
22167
22168
22169
22170
22171

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

22172 OZ
22173
22174
22175
22176

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

22177
22178
22179
22180

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

22181
22182
22183
22184

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10
7

22185
22186
22187

4G16
5G16
7G16

22188

4G25

.31
.33
.36
.40
.48
.60
.72
.88

7.8
8.3
9.2
10.1
12.3
15.3
18.2
22.3

48
72
96
120
168
288
432
600

110
146
183
222
293
512
740
940

74
98
123
149
197
344
497
631

147
228
291
355
503

99
153
195
238
337

362
468
570
808

243
314
382
542

555
720
894
1295

372
483
600
869

1063
1400
1800

713
939
1207

1590

1067

2200

1489

2400

1610

4400

2951

6000

4024

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.38
.45
.45
.50
.55

9.6
10.4
11.4
12.7
14.0

77
115
154
192
269

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.48
.53
.59
.65

12.1
13.4
14.9
16.5

173
230
288
403

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.60
.67
.74
.82

15.2
16.9
18.7
20.9

288
384
480
672

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.79
.89
1.15

19.8
22.2
29.3

614
768
1075

4 AWG = 25 mm2
1.16

29.4

960

2 AWG = 35 mm2
22189

4G35

1.29

32.8

1344

1 AWG = 50 mm2
22190

4G50

1.53

22191

4G70

1.76

38.9

1920

Photo: Fuchs Dea Schmierstoffe GMBH & Co. KG

2/0 = 70 mm2
44.7

2688

3/0 = 95 mm2
22192

4G95

2.35

59.6

3648

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
Cables with cross linked jacket material are available upon request.
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

31

Control Cable F-C-PUR-JZ shielded


Flexible

Number coded Oil, coolant & tear resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special polyurethane jacketed multiconductor cable per VDE 0245


Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Coupling resistance
max. 250 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Plain copper conductor, finely stranded,


per DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers.
Separating mylar tape.
Tinned braided 85%CU shield.
Fleece separator.
Special gray polyurethane outer jacket
TMPU to DIN VDE 0282 part 10.

Extremely tough control cable featuring


high abrasion and notch resistance. For
critical applications such as machine
tools, in plant construction, steel mills
and rolling mills. Quick and safe installation due to good flexibility of the cable.
Suitable for outdor installations.
Resistant to UV, radiation, oxygen,
ozone and hydrolysis. Resistant to fungus. The high density shield assures and
interference-free signal transmission.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


21200 OZ
21201
21202
21203
21205
21207
21208
21209
21211
21213
21215
21217
21220
21221
21224

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
18G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
36G0.5
40G0.5
50G0.5

21227 OZ
21228
21229
21230
21232
21234
21235
21236
21238
21240
21242
21245
21249
21251

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75
18G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
32G0.75
41G0.75
50G0.75

21253 OZ
21254
21255
21256
21257
21258
21259
21261
21262
21263
21264
21265

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
6G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
16G1
18G1

.21
.22
.24
.26
.30
.35
.36
.39
.43
.48
.52
.54
.59
.64
.70

5.3
5.6
6.2
6.5
7.5
9.0
9.2
9.9
10.9
12.1
13.3
13.7
15.0
16.2
17.8

29
38
46
51
68
93
118
122
155
190
251
298
320
344
408

44
56
60
75
97
133
158
190
218
252
315
362
447
475
572

30
38
40
50
65
89
106
127
146
169
211
243
300
319
384

60
67
76
92
131
180
204
226
290
376
413
485
611
775

40
45
51
62
88
121
137
152
195
252
277
325
410
520

66
82
100
128
145
157
198
230
262
302
345
381

44
55
67
86
97
105
133
154
176
203
231
256

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.23
.24
.26
.28
.33
.40
.41
.42
.48
.53
.59
.63
.70
.78

5.8
6.1
6.5
7.1
8.3
10.1
10.3
10.7
12.1
13.4
14.9
16.0
17.9
19.7

38
50
58
70
96
141
151
167
207
246
278
330
395
480

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.24
.25
.27
.30
.33
.35
.38
.42
.43
.46
.48
.51

6.1
6.3
6.9
7.5
8.3
8.9
9.6
10.7
10.9
11.6
12.2
13.0

46
56
70
89
105
111
130
143
172
199
218
248

21267
21268
21273
21276
21278

21G1
25G1
34G1
41G1
50G1

21280 OZ
21281
21282
21283
21285
21286
21287
21288
21290
21291
21292
21295
21296
21297
21298
21299

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
21G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5

.54
.63
.70
.76
.84

13.6
15.9
17.9
19.3
21.2

278
343
452
510
630

480
535
740
855
1027

322
359
497
574
689

87
102
127
159
207
245
313
340
384
425
480
563
704
870
1040
1292

58
68
85
107
139
164
210
228
257
285
322
378
472
584
698
867

131
168
194
222
345
462
570

88
113
130
149
231
310
382

187
243
310
386
498

125
163
208
259
334

333
414
510
673

223
277
342
451

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.26
.27
.30
.33
.39
.42
.47
.48
.51
.54
.58
.64
.71
.79
.86
.93

6.6
6.9
7.5
8.4
10.0
10.7
11.8
12.1
12.9
13.6
14.6
16.2
17.9
20.0
21.8
23.6

63
76
98
116
152
172
193
222
272
285
368
424
505
650
770
976

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


21300 OZ
21301
21302
21303
21304
21305
21306

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5

21313 OZ
21314
21315
21316
21317

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

21319
21320
21321
21322

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

.32
.34
.38
.42
.50
.60
.61

8.2
8.6
9.6
10.6
12.6
15.1
15.5

96
147
175
203
235
335
445

12 AWG = 4 mm2

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

32

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

.39
.41
.46
.52
.57

10.0
10.5
11.7
13.3
14.5

136
178
242
329
357

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.48
.54
.60
.61

12.2
13.6
15.2
15.4

241
338
442
505

For cable diameter of 8 AWG = 10 mm2 and above, use cable with oil
resistant inner jacket. Call us for more information.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Control Cable JZ-600-PUR


approved
Flexible Number coded UL/c
Coolant resistant 80 C .6/1.0 KV

Wear resistant

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0276 part 627, DIN VDE 0281 part 13,
with insulation thickness for 1kV, and
UL-Std. 758 Style 20234
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 0.6/1 kV
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Power Rating
per DIN VDE 0298
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation TI2
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1, class 43, ULStd. 1581, UL-Style 10012.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special polyurethane outer jacket adapted
to DIN VDE 0282 part 10, appendix A,
flame retardant per UL-Std. 758 tab. 7.1
and 7.2, FT1 color black or grey.

UL and CSA approved, extremely tear


resistant control cable, compatible with
mineral oils and coolant emulsions.
Used in machine tools, conveyer belts,
productions lines, for plant installations, air conditioning, in steel manufacturing plants and rolling mills.
Suitable in installations requiring flexible use for medium mechanical stresses with free movement in dry, moist
and wet rooms as well as outside.
High abrasion resistance
High flexibility
Resistant to ultravoilet rays
Wear and notch resistant

Part
Number
Black Grey

No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


cross sec. (in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)

Part
Number

No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


cross sec. (in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)

Black Grey

(mm2)

40
47
70
81
95
140
194
230

28272
28273
28274
28275
28276
28277
28278
28279

28337
28338
28339
28340
28341
28342
28343
28344

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

28280
28281
28282
28283
28284
28285

28345
28346
28347
28348
28349
28350

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
12G4

28286
28287
28288
28289

28351
28352
28353
28354

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

28290
28291
28292
28293

28355
28356
28357
28358

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

28294
28295
28296
28297

28359
28360
28361
28362

3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


28240
28241
28242
28243
28244
28245
28246
28247

28305
28306
28307
28308
28309
28310
28311
28312

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

.27
.29
.31
.33
.39
.48
.57
.68

6.9
7.3
7.9
8.5
9.9
12.2
14.4
17.2

9.6
14.4
19.0
24.0
33.6
58.0
86.0
120.0

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


60
70
104
120
141
208
289
342

28313
28314
28315
28316
28317
28318
28319
28320

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75

.29
.30
.33
.36
.42
.52
.61
.74

7.3
7.7
8.3
9.1
10.7
13.1
15.6
18.9

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
50.0
86.0
130.0
180.0

70
78
134
149
201
269
378
498

47
52
90
100
135
181
254
335

19.2
29.0
38.4
48.0
67.0
115.0
173.0
240.0

86
100
107
130
174
290
405
570

58
67
72
87
117
195
272
383

18 AWG = 1 mm2
28256
28257
28258
28259
28260
28261
28262
28263

28321
28322
28323
28324
28325
28326
28327
28328

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1

.31
.33
.36
.39
.46
.57
.68
.83

7.9
8.3
9.1
9.9
11.7
14.5
17.3
21.1

28329
28330
28331
28332
28333
28334
28335
28336

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5

.34
.36
.39
.43
.52
.65
.77
.94

8.7
9.2
10.0
11.0
13.3
16.6
19.7
23.9

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
173.0
259.0
360.0

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
288.0
432.0
600.0

170
181
203
251
330
553
795
1110

114
122
136
169
222
372
534
746

.45
.48
.54
.60
.66
.90

11.4
12.3
13.8
15.3
16.8
22.9

77.0
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0
461.0

190
235
310
410
540
860

128
158
208
275
363
578

173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

370
430
650
860

249
289
437
578

660
790
960
1300

444
530
645
874

709
1114
1620
1900

476
749
1088
1274

1450
1600
2050
2900

972
1073
1375
1945

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.53
.61
.68
.76

14.1
15.6
17.3
19.3

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.65
.72
.81
.88

16.5
18.4
20.5
22.5

288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


28264
28265
28266
28267
28268
28269
28270
28271

9.5
10.0
11.1
12.4
15.0
18.4
22.0
26.9

12 AWG = 4 mm2

19 AWG = 0.75 mm2


28248
28249
28250
28251
28252
28253
28254
28255

.37
.39
.44
.49
.59
.72
.87
1.06

97
118
141
181
234
370
520
730

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications

65
79
95
122
157
249
349
490

.77
.85
.95
1.02

19.6
21.7
24.2
25.8

461.0
614.0
768.0
1075.0

4 AWG = 25 mm2
28298
28299
28300
28301

28363
28364
28365
28366

3G25
4G25
5G25
7G25

.94
1.06
1.15
1.28

24.0
26.9
29.3
32.6

720.0
960.0
1200.0
1680.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

33

Control Cable JZ-600-YC-PUR shielded


approved
Flexible Number coded UL/c
Coolant resistant 80 C .6/1.0 KV

Wear resistant

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR control cables


Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0276 part 627, DIN VDE 0281 part 13,
with insulation thickness for 1kV, and
UL-Std. 758 Style 20234
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 0.6/1 kV
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 M/km
Power Rating
per DIN VDE 0298
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation TI2
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1, class 43, ULStd. 1581, UL-Style 10012.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Oil resistant PVC inner insulation, TM5
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1 and class 43.
UL-Std. 1581.
Tinned 85% copper braided shield.
Special polyurethane outer jacket adapted
to DIN VDE 0282 part 10, appendix A,
flame retardant per UL-Std. 758 tab. 7.1
and 7.2, FT1 color black or grey.

UL and CSA approved, extremely tear


resistant control cable, compatible with
mineral oils and coolant emulsions.
Used in machine tools, conveyer belts,
productions lines, for plant installations, air conditioning, in steel manufacturing plants and rolling mills.
Suitable in installations requiring flexible use for medium mechanical stresses with free movement in dry, moist
and wet rooms as well as outside.
High abrasion resistance
High flexibility
Resistant to ultravoilet rays
Wear and notch resistant

Part
Number
Black Grey

No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


cross sec. (in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
(mm2)

Part
Number

No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


cross sec. (in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)

Black Grey

(mm2)

28402
28403
28404
28405
28406
28407
28408
28409

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


28370
28371
28372
28373
28374
28375
28376
28377

28430
28431
28432
28433
28434
28435
28436
28437

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

.35
.37
.39
.42
.48
.58
.68
.81

9.0
9.3
9.9
10.6
12.2
14.7
17.3
20.6

25.9
38.9
51.3
64.9
94.1
168.2
266.5
372.0

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


131
154
176
204
237
323
431
507

88
103
118
137
159
217
290
341

28462
28463
28464
28465
28466
28467
28468
28469

19 AWG = 0.75 mm2


28378
28379
28380
28381
28382
28383
28384
28385

28438
28439
28440
28441
28442
28443
28444
28445

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75

.37
.39
.41
.44
.51
.62
.70
.90

9.4
9.8
10.4
11.1
13.0
15.8
17.9
22.8

28446
28447
28448
28449
28450
28451
28452
28453

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1

.39
.41
.44
.48
.57
.69
.81
.98

9.9
10.3
11.1
12.2
14.5
17.4
20.7
24.8

39.0
58.3
78.3
97.2
135.0
249.0
357.0
458.0

143
158
193
231
337
424
568
741

96
106
130
155
227
285
382
498

51.8
78.3
103.7
129.6
187.6
333.5
501.7
644.0

158
169
207
244
292
472
634
861

106
114
139
164
196
317
426
579

166
192
246
294
392
599
817
1261

112
129
165
198
263
403
549
847

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


28394
28395
28396
28397
28398
28399
28400
28401

34

28454
28455
28456
28457
28458
28459
28460
28461

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5

.42
.44
.48
.52
.63
.77
.92
1.11

10.7
11.2
12.3
13.3
16.0
19.6
23.4
28.2

78.3
116.1
156.6
194.4
282.2
501.7
751.1
1016.0

.46
.48
.53
.59
.70
.86
1.03
1.26

11.8
12.3
13.4
14.9
17.9
21.9
26.1
31.9

129.6
194.4
259.2
324.0
470.4
777.6
1152.8
1760.0

280
301
352
433
569
864
1365
1997

188
202
237
291
382
581
917
1339

208.0
310.5
415.8
518.4
726.3

310
396
531
704
932

208
266
357
473
626

467.1
621.0
777.6

633
742
1117

425
498
749

1131
1357
1646

759
916
1104

1397
1880
2721

937
1261
1825

12 AWG = 4 mm2

18 AWG = 1 mm2
28386
28387
28388
28389
28390
28391
28392
28393

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

28410
28411
28412
28413
28414

28470
28471
28472
28473
28474

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

.56
.59
.65
.73
.79

14.3
15.1
16.7
18.6
20.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
28415 28475
28416 28476
28417 28477

3G6
4G6
5G6

28418 28478
28419 28479
28420 28480

3G10
4G10
5G10

28421 28481
28422 28482
28423 28483

3G16
4G16
5G16

.67
.74
.81

17.0
18.7
20.7

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.77
.86
.95

19.6
21.9
24.1

806.4
1036.8
1296.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.93
1.04
1.13

23.5
26.4
28.8

1244.7
1657.8
2073.6

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Intrinsically Safe Control Cable


OZ-BL / OZ-BL-CY shielded
Flexible

Number coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cable with blue outer


jacket for hazardous areas to hazard
type + (= intrinsically safe), marking
per DIN VDE 0165 part 1, EN 6007914 and IEC 60079-14 section 12.2.2.6
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
OZ-BL 7.5 x, OZ-BL-CY 10 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 20 M/km
Mutual capacitance
Non-shielded cond./cond. 120 nF/km
Shielded cond./cond.
140 nF/km
Conductor/shield
187 nF/km
Inductance approx. 0.68 MH/km for CY-type
Coupling resistance
for CY-type max. 250 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

OZ-BL
Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per
DIN VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation YI2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Black conductors with consecutive
numbers per DIN VDE 0293 without
ground.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special RAL 5015 blue PVC outer jacket YM2 to DIN VDE 0207 part 5.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
OZ-BL-CY
Same as OZ-BL with the following exceptions:
Conductors wrapped with plastic foil.
Tinned 85% copper braided shield.

These flexible control cables, designed


for hazardous locations, are specially
marked (blue)(hazard type i). Used as
flexible control and measuring cables to
meet the requirements for the installation of electrical equipment. These
installations are not grounded and
require a separate power circuit. Not
suitable for direct burial. The copper
braided shield ensures the transmission
of signals free from interference.
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472.

OZ-BL

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

OZ-BL-CY

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


14001
14002
14003
14004
14075
14005
14076
14006
14007
14008
14009
14010

2x0.75
3x0.75
4x0.75
5x0.75
7x0.75
8x0.75
12x0.75
18x0.75
25x0.75
30x0.75
34x0.75
41x0.75

14011
14012
14013
14014
14015
14016
14017
14018

2x1
3x1
4x1
5x1
7x1
12x1
18x1
25x1

14019
14020
14021
14022
14023
14024
14025
14026
14027

2x1.5
3x1.5
4x1.5
5x1.5
7x1.5
12x1.5
18x1.5
25x1.5
30x1.5

14100
14101
14102

3x2.5
4x2.5
5x2.5

.20
.22
.24
.27
.32
.35
.39
.47
.57
.62
.65
.69

5.2
5.5
6.2
6.8
8.1
8.9
9.9
11.9
14.5
15.8
16.4
17.6

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
52.0
58.0
88.0
130.0
180.0
215.0
245.0
298.0

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


46
54
66
80
110
130
179
257
365
448
510
607

31
36
44
54
74
87
120
172
245
301
342
407

60
72
86
104
141
230
343
485

40
48
58
70
95
154
230
325

70
90
109
131
184
309
440
620
842

47
60
73
88
123
207
295
417
565

148
178
221

99
119
148

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.22
.24
.26
.28
.34
.42
.50
.61

5.5
6.0
6.6
7.2
8.6
10.7
12.7
15.6

19.0
29.0
38.0
48.0
67.0
115.0
173.0
240.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.25
.26
.29
.32
.39
.48
.57
.70
.79

6.3
6.7
7.3
8.2
9.8
12.1
14.5
17.8
20.0

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
173.0
259.0
360.0
440.0

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.33
.36
.40

8.3
9.1
10.2

72.0
93.0
120.0

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

14028
14029
14030
14031
14088
14032
14033
14034
14035
14036
14037
14038
14039
14040

2x0.75
3x0.75
4x0.75
5x0.75
7x0.75
8x0.75
10x0.75
12x0.75
18x0.75
20x0.75
25x0.75
30x0.75
34x0.75
41x0.75

14041
14042
14043
14044
14045
14046
14047
14048
14049

2x1
3x1
4x1
5x1
7x1
12x1
18x1
25x1
34x1

14050
14051
14052
14053
14054
14055
14056
14057
14058
14059

2x1.5
3x1.5
4x1.5
5x1.5
7x1.5
12x1.5
18x1.5
25x1.5
30x1.5
34x1.5

.22
.24
.26
.28
.34
.37
.40
.41
.49
.51
.59
.61
.67
.72

5.7
6.2
6.7
7.2
8.6
9.4
10.2
10.4
12.4
12.9
15.1
15.6
16.9
18.3

39.0
49.0
57.0
69.0
86.0
88.0
140.0
151.0
207.0
220.0
257.0
297.0
340.0
397.0

59
66
77
93
130
145
180
202
292
362
415
486
523
680

40
44
52
62
87
97
121
136
196
243
278
326
351
456

65
81
98
127
158
260
380
534
741

44
54
66
85
106
174
255
358
497

88
100
126
160
208
338
479
705
830
900

59
67
85
107
140
227
321
473
557
604

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.24
.26
.28
.30
.36
.44
.52
.64
.71

6.0
6.5
7.1
7.6
9.1
11.2
13.2
16.2
18.0

46.0
56.0
69.0
85.0
107.0
186.0
240.0
342.0
440.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.27
.29
.32
.35
.41
.50
.60
.73
.75
.82

6.8
7.3
8.1
8.9
10.5
12.8
15.2
18.5
19.0
20.8

63.0
76.0
96.0
111.0
147.0
254.0
367.0
492.0
550.0
640.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

35

Intrinsically Safe Control Cable


OB-BL-PAAR-CY shielded
Flexible

Color coded twisted pairs Oil resistant 80 C / 900 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control cable with blue


outer jacket for hazardous areas to
hazard type -i- for intrinsically safe
installation marking per DIN VDE 0165
part 1, EN 60079-14 and IEC 6007914 section 12.2.2.6
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 900 V (not for
power installation)
Test voltage
Conductor / conductor 2000 V
Conductor / screen
1000 V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 15 x cable
Conductor resistance
0.5mm2 37.8 Ohm/km
0.75mm2 25.3 Ohm/km
Insulation resistance min. 20 M/km
Mutual capacitance
Conductor/conductor
approx. 105 nF/km
Conductor/screen
approx. 145 nF/km
Inductance approx. 0.68 MH/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire conductors,


bunch stranded per DIN VDE 0295 and
IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation YI2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Conductors color coded according to
DIN 47100.
Conductors twisted in pairs.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Mylar wrap separator.
Tinned 80% copper braided shield.
Special RAL 5015 blue PVC outer jacket YM2 to DIN VDE 0207 part 5.
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Designed for hazardous locations, this


flexible control cable has been constructed for closed circuit systems in
accordance with VDE 0165 part 1, section 12.2.2.6, which covers the requirements for the special marking (blue) of
the type (hazard type i).

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


14077
14078
14079
14080
14081
14082
14083
14084
14085
14086
14087

2 x 2 x 0.5
3 x 2 x 0.5
4 x 2 x 0.5
6 x 2 x 0.5
8 x 2 x 0.5
10 x 2 x 0.5
12 x 2 x 0.5
16 x 2 x 0.5
20 x 2 x 0.5
24 x 2 x 0.5
25 x 2 x 0.5

14089
14090
14091
14092
14093
14094
14095
14096
14097
14098
14099

2 x 2 x 0.75
3 x 2 x 0.75
4 x 2 x 0.75
6 x 2 x 0.75
8 x 2 x 0.75
10 x 2 x 0.75
12 x 2 x 0.75
16 x 2 x 0.75
20 x 2 x 0.75
24 x 2 x 0.75
25 x 2 x 0.75

.31
.33
.36
.42
.51
.56
.57
.70
.76
.81
.82

8.0
8.4
9.1
10.7
13.0
14.2
14.4
17.7
19.2
20.7
20.9

46
63
81
111
137
162
185
240
291
346
358

89
104
126
171
251
261
282
445
525
590
622

60
70
85
115
168
175
189
299
352
396
417

105
128
156
216
309
355
405
560
671
795
803

70
86
105
145
207
238
272
376
450
533
539

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Works Photo: R. Stahl GMBH

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

The paired construction and the copper


braided shield ensure reliable and interference free transmission of signals.

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.34
.36
.39
.44
.57
.63
.65
.79
.85
.96
.96

8.7
9.2
10.0
11.1
14.6
16.0
16.4
20.0
21.6
24.3
24.4

59
87
108
146
180
220
267
330
425
488
530

NOTES:
OB = Without ground conductor
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

36

MCI Switchboard with security barrier


Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Rubber Festoon Cable


NEO-FLAT NGFLGU (PVC and shielded available)
Color coded ( 5) Number coded (>5) Oil resistant 60 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special Neoprene-flat cable to DIN


VDE 0250 part 809
Temperature range
Flexing
-25 C to +60 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage
3000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Radiation resistance up to 50 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 50 Mrad)
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1

Bare copper, fine or extra-fine wire,


stranded per DIN VDE 0295 and IEC
60228 according to different cross
sections
1 to 25 mm2 - class 6, col. 4
35 to 95 mm2 - class 5
Special rubber conductor insulation
GI1, per DIN VDE 0207 part 20.
Conductor identification up to 5 conductors, color coded per DIN VDE
0293. 7 conductors and above are
number coded.
Conductors laying parallel.
Green/yellow ground conductor.
Special rubber outer jacket 5GM2, per
DIN VDE 0207 part 21, flexible at low
temperatures.
Color black.
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472.

Flat neoprene cables are used mainly for


crane installation, conveyer systems and
automatic storage retrieval systems.
Installation
Cable reels with festoon cable must be
transported in a standing position on
the flanges. The cable is flexible in one
direction only.
Follow these directions:
Mount two cable trolleys on the track
and slide them together.
Allow sufficient space for the cable
package between adjacent trolleys.
When stacking the festoon cables,
place the cable with the smallest conductors at the bottom and the one
with the largest conductors on top.
Symmetry and even load distribution
is important.
Multi-conductor cables with < 2.50
mm2 (AWG 14) should include 10%
spare conductors due to the limited
mechanical strength.

Part
No. Cond. x Outer Dim. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Outer Dim. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


28001
28002
28003
28004
28005
28006
28007

4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
24G1.5*

28008
28009
28010
28011
28012
28013

4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
12G2.5
24G2.5*

5.9
5.9
5.9
5.9
5.9
6.5
13.0

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

16.25
23.7
30.5
34.0
43.5
50.4
56.0

58.0
72.0
101.0
115.0
144.0
173.0
346.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
234
304
391
441
460
646
1290

157
204
262
296
309
433
866

28022
28023

4G16
5G16

28024
28025
28026

4G25
5G25
7G25

x
x
x
x
x
x

19.6
27.8
36.1
40.2
59.4
66.8

96.0
120.0
168.0
192.0
288.0
576.0

316
391
533
602
890
1480

212
262
358
404
597
993

28027
28028
28029

4G35
5G35
7G35

28030

4G50

4G4
5G4
7G4

8.8 x 24.2
8.8 x 33.4
8.8 x 42.5

154.0
192.0
269.0

4G6
5G6
7G6

28020
28021

4G10
5G10

9.6 x 27.4
9.6 x 37.4
9.6 x 47.2

230.0
288.0
403.0

506
621
851

340
417
571

384.0
480.0

14.1 x 45.8
14.7 x 58.3
15.3 x 78.7

960.0
1200.0
1680.0

1890
2215
3000

1268
1486
2013

15.8 x 50.8
16.4 x 64.4
16.4 x 86.4

1344.0
1680.0
2352.0

2460
2880
4100

1651
1932
2751

3385

2271

4480

3006

5990

4019

7240

4858

1 AWG = 50 mm2

28031

18.6 x 60.2

1920.0

661
740
1004

443
497
674

1027
1171

689
786

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

4G70

21.0 x 68.0

2688.0

3/0 = 95 mm2
28032

8 AWG = 10 mm2
10.4 x 30.8
10.4 x 41.6

959
1067

2/0 = 70 mm2

10 AWG = 6 mm2
28017
28018
28019

1430
1590

2 AWG = 35 mm2

12 AWG = 4 mm2
28014
28015
28016

614.0
768.0

4 AWG = 25 mm2

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.8
15.5

11.6 x 35.6
12.2 x 48.2

4G95

24.1 x 78.6

3648.0

4/0 = 120 mm2


28033

4G120

25.5 x 84.2

4608.0

NOTES:
* 6 conductors per row, 4 rows
G = Number of conductors included ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

37

Rubber Reel Cable NSHTU


Flexible Number coded 70 C 0.6/1.0 KV Reel and Pendant Cable

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special crane-reel cable per DIN VDE


0250 part 814
Temperature range
Flexing
-35 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 0.6/1 kV
Maximum voltage
For three phase and one phase AC
Uo/ U 0.69/1.2 kV
For DC
Uo/ U 0.9/1.8 kV
Test voltage
2500 V
Minimum bending radius
min. 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Flame resistance
Test method B according to VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250 and 0472
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)

Conductor with fine tinned wire,


stranded per DIN VDE 0295 and IEC
60228 cl. 5.
Special rubber conductor insulation
GI1, per DIN VDE 0207 part 20.
Conductor identification 6 conductors
and above are number coded.
Conductors cabled (except straight
central conductor) with max. lay-length
of 8x .
Messenger wire as strain relieving element.
Fabric tape, non-wicking.
Braided fabric molded into outer jacket
to prevent corkscrewing.
Black neoprene outer jacket, type
5GM2 per DIN VDE 0207 part 21.
Designed for reel applications.
Max. cable speed is 120 m/min.
The neoprene jacket is extremely cold
resistant.

Reel cables are used for high mechanical stress, especially with frequent winding and unwinding resulting in tensile
and torsional stress, for construction
machinery, conveyers, lifting equipment
and cranes. They are used as tough and
all weather resistant power supply
cables in hostile applications, such as
mining, mobile equipment and railroad
motors. The cables are resistant against
ozone and radiation, oils, acids, fats,
gasoline, solvents and chemicals. The
cables are suitable for outdoor installation in dry, humid and wet locations.
Note
During installation and operation tensile conductor stress should not
exceed 15 N/mm2 = 2200 PSI.
Acceleration not to exceed 0.4 m/sec2
= 1.3 ft./sec.2.
During operation 1 to 2 windings
should remain on the drum.
The tensile stress of the cable should
be evaluated on a case by case basis
if high speed and accelerations are
present. Call for technical assistance.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

10 AWG = 6 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


26001
26029
26002
26003
26004
26005
26006
26007
26008

3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
24G1.5
30G1.5

.54
.59
.62
.66
.93
.96
1.02
1.22
1.26

13.8
15.0
15.8
16.8
23.5
24.5
25.8
31.0
32.0

47
58
80
115
196
300
303
392
432

236
274
316
390
606
696
743
1115
1325

159
184
212
262
407
468
499
749
890

305
416
465
576
905
1181
1585
1840
3110
4380

205
280
312
387
608
794
1065
1236
2086
2938

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


26009
26010
26011
26012
26013
26014
26015
26016
26017
26018

3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
24G2.5
30G2.5
40G2.5
50G2.5

.59
.68
.73
.79
.98
1.10
1.30
1.38
2.11
2.43

15.0
17.3
18.6
20.0
25.0
28.0
33.0
35.0
53.5
61.7

75
96
124
180
308
450
616
771
1210
1340

4G4
5G4

.75
.81

19.0
20.6

160
200

530
641

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors included ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2.See page 96.

38

356
431

4G6
5G6

.87
.91

22.0
23.0

240
317

683
830

459
558

1018
1200

684
806

1370
1740

921
1169

1985

1334

2610

1754

3600

2419

4950

3326

6495

4365

8 AWG = 10 mm2
26021
26022

4G10
5G10

26023
26032

4G16
5G16

26024

4G25

.94
1.10

24.0
28.0

460
520

6 AWG = 16 mm2
1.14
1.24

29.0
31.5

736
768

4 AWG = 25 mm2
1.50

38.0

1150

2 AWG = 35 mm2
26025

4G35

1.54

39.0

1610

1 AWG = 50 mm2
26026

4G50

1.73

44.0

2300

2/0 = 70 mm2
26027

12 AWG = 4 mm2
26019
26030

26020
26031

4G70

2.05

52.0

3220

3/0 = 95 mm2
26028

4G95

2.36

60.0

4370

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Cable Installation in Track


(Also called drag chains, energy chains, etc.)
Cable tracks perform the important task of transferring electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic power from a fixed to a mobile location. They can be made of plastic or steel and are available with internal vertical dividers and shelves to keep cables and hoses
of various diameters separate during operation of the cable track. Cables, flexible electrical conduit and hoses must be routed
very carefully to minimize the relative motion between the individual elements. The following important facts should be considered when designing a cable track system:
1.

Always submit the total number of cables, conduits and hoses with diameter to the
cable track manufacturer. They can provide you with a layout taking into account
total travel, acceleration, speed and cycle rate.

2.

Dividers and shelves should be used when routing cables of different diameters and
flat cables in the same cable track. Separate different size cables with vertical
dividers. Only if very limited space conditions exist should the cables be stacked. In
that case, shelves must be installed to keep the cables from sliding on top of each
other. Follow cable track manufacturers recommendations in regards to dividers and
shelf spacing (F).

3.

Space between cables, dividers, shelves and the inside frame of the cable track
should be at least 10% to 20%. This will allow the cables to move freely (A).

4.

The cables should be able to follow the motion of the cable track without being
forced (stretched). It is very important that the cable and hoses follow the neutral
(center) line of the cable track (B).

5.

Check free movement of cables which are stacked when operating the cable track
through its full stroke. Shelves must separate these cables. Cables, hoses and conduits must be clamped on both ends of the cable track. A cable track bending radius
of at least 15 x the diameter of the largest cable/hose is recommended (B, F).

6.

Cables should always be reeled tangentially from a drum, laid flat on the ground and
checked for any twisting or kinking. In many cases, the printing on the cable can be
used as a guideline. Cables which are supplied in coils require special attention to
avoid a twisted installation. Violation of this precaution will result in cork screwing
of the cables and premature failure. The cable must be at least 10% longer than the
cable track in its stretched out (non-installed) length (C).

7.

In situations where cables cannot be installed as shown in A or F, and additional protection for the cables is required, the use of flexible conduit is recommended. Cables
of equal or similar diameter should be installed in the same conduit. The inside cross
section of the conduit should be substantially larger than the sum of all cable cross
sections to assure free cable movement inside the conduit. The conduit should be
held in its relative position within the cable track by dividers and, if required, with
shelves. Never tie cables within the cable track together or to the track. The weight
of the cables and hoses should be divided up evenly with the outside edge of the
cable track (D).

8.

If air or hydraulic hoses are installed along the cables, care should be taken that
alternating pressurization, which expands and contracts the hoses, will not interrupt
proper performance of all the other components in the cable track and does not jeopardize the integrity of the cable track system (E).

9.

It is HELUKABELs recommendation to not exceed 25 conductors per cable. If more


than 25 conductors are needed, use multiple cables. They perform more reliably and
yield better cycle life.

IMPORTANT
PLEASE SEE LIMITED
INSIDE BACK COVER.

WARRANTY, WARNINGS, DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF REMEDIES ON THE

39

Robotics & Track Cable JZ-602 RC


Multi-Approvals
Number coded

Ultra flexible Red conductors


Oil resistant 90C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC, UL, CSA control cable to


UL AWM conductor insulation Style
10012 and to UL jacket Style 2587.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary -40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U - 600 V (UL + CSA)
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


to DIN VDE 0295 cl.6 col. 4 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
Special PVC conductor insulation, Y18
to DIN VDE 0207 part 4 and class 43
to UL Standard 1581.
Red conductors with consecutive white
numbers.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductors wrapped with fleece over
each layer.
Special black PVC outer jacket, YM5,
to DIN VDE 0207 part 5, UL Style 2587
and CSA C22.2 No. 210 HELUKABLE
JZ-602 RC ULTRA FLEX
AWM
STYLE 2587...AWG (...mm2).. C E
170315 90 C 600V LL113926 CSA
AWM I/II A/B 90C 600 V FT1
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

This continuous flex cable is perfect


for robotics, pick and place equipment,
automatic material handling machines,
machine tools, conveyer systems or
any other applications where continuous 2-dimensional flexing of the cable
occurs. It performs reliably in unprotected or drag chain installations. The
shielded version provides EMI protection.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm )

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

89909
89910
89911
89912
89913
89914
89915
89916
89917
89918

3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
9G0.75
12G0.75
15G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75
34G0.75

89919
89920
89921
89922
89923
89924
89925
89926
89927

3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
9G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5

.24
.26
.28
.32
.39
.41
.49
.59
.68

6.0
6.5
7.1
8.2
10.0
10.5
12.5
15.0
17.2

14.0
19.0
24.0
34.0
43.2
58.2
86.0
120.0
163.0

58
69
84
123
177
192
256
358
487

39
46
56
82
119
129
172
240
326

88
101
126
145
168
260
300
360
640
730

59
68
84
97
113
174
201
241
429
489

94
117
140
186
244
319
451
625
840

63
78
94
125
164
214
302
419
563

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.26
.28
.31
.36
.43
.45
.52
.55
.68
.75

6.6
7.1
7.8
9.2
11.0
11.5
13.2
14.0
17.2
19.1

28.8
38.4
48.0
67.0
86.4
115.0
144.0
173.0
240.0
326.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

40

WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

(mm2)
2

3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
9G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5
34G0.5

UV Resistant

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

89900
89901
89902
89903
89904
89905
89906
89907
89908

The design features extra fine wire


stranding and specially formulated
PVC insulation and jacketing.

.29
.31
.35
.43
.50
.53
.63
.78
.88

7.4
8.0
8.8
10.8
12.8
13.5
16.0
19.8
22.4

44.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
129.7
173.0
260.0
360.0
490.0

89932
89928
89933
89929
89934

3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5

89935
89930
89936
89931

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

.35
.40
.44
.54
.66

8.9
10.1
11.3
13.6
16.8

72
96
120
168
288

150
185
242
293
498

101
124
162
196
334

231
298
370
460

155
200
248
308

430

288

720

482

1060

710

1590

1065

2105

1412

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.43
.49
.54
.65

10.9
12.4
13.8
16.6

115
154
192
269

10 AWG = 6 mm2
89937

4G6

.57

14.6

231

8 AWG = 10 mm2
89938

4G10

.72

18.2

384

6 AWG = 16 mm2
89939

4G16

.87

22.0

615

4 AWG = 25 mm2
89940

4G25

1.04

26.5

960

2 AWG = 35 mm2
89941

4G35

1.21

30.8

1344

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2.See page 96.

Robotics & Track Cable


JZ-602 RC-CY shielded
Multi-Approvals
Number coded

Ultra flexible Red conductors


Oil resistant 90C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC, UL, CSA control cable to


UL AWM conductor insulation Style
10012 and to UL jacket Style 2587.
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +90 C
Stationary -40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U - 600 V (UL + CSA)
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding to DIN


VDE 0295 cl.6 col. 4 and IEC 60228 cl. 6.
Special PVC conductor insulation, Y18
to DIN VDE 0207 part 4 and class 43
to UL Standard 1581.
Red conductors with consecutive white
numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in the outer layer
(3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductors wrapped with fleece over
each layer.
Shielding:
up to 17 mm tinned copper wrapping
over 17 mm tinned copper 85%
braided shield
Special black PVC outer jacket, YM5,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 5, UL Style
2587 and CSA C22.2 No. 210 HELUKABLE JZ-602 RC-CY ULTRA FLEX
AWM STYLE 2587...AWG

(...mm2).. CE 170315 90 C 600VW-1


LL113926 CSA AWM I/II A/B 90C 600
V FT1
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

This continuous flex cable is perfect for


robotics, pick and place equipment,
automatic material handling machines,
machine tools, conveyer systems or any
other applications where continuous 2dimensional flexing of the cable occurs.
It performs reliably in unprotected or
drag chain installations. The shielded
version provides EMI protection.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

.33
.36
.39
.43
.49
.53
.58
.63
.75

8.5
9.1
9.9
11.0
12.4
13.5
14.8
16.0
19.0

45
52
68
93
134
163
174
191
223

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


124
135
153
191
243
322
350
374
436

83
90
103
128
163
216
235
251
292

130
155
181
208
321
341
396
473
650
781

87
104
121
139
215
229
266
317
436
524

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


89959
89960
89961
89962
89963
89964
89965
89966*
89967*
89968*

3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
9G0.75
12G0.75
15G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75
34G0.75

.35
.38
.41
.47
.56
.60
.66
.69
.81
.96

8.9
9.7
10.4
12.0
14.1
15.2
16.7
17.6
20.7
24.3

56
81
90
106
161
175
204
241
342
434

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


89969
89970
89971

3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5

WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
9G0.5
12G0.5
15G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

UV resistant

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
89950
89951
89952
89953
89954
89955
89956
89957
89958*

The design features extra fine wire


stranding and specially formulated
PVC insulation and jacketing.

.40
.43
.46

10.2
11.0
11.8

89
97
111

165
192
224

111
129
150

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

89972
89973
89974*
89975*
89976*
89977*

7G1.5
9G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5

89984
89978
89985
89979*
89986*
89980*

3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5

89987
89981
89988*
89982*

3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

89983*
89989*
89990*
89991*
89992*

4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35

.55
.65
.67
.80
.99
1.11

14.0
16.4
17.1
20.2
25.2
28.1

147
193
256
360
544
674

274
340
461
674
950
1203

184
228
309
452
637
807

220
270
350
428
730
1140

147
181
235
287
490
765

296
450
456
737

198
302
306
494

572
1012
1400
2100
2550

383
679
939
1409
1709

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.46
.52
.56
.69
.83
1.00

11.8
13.2
14.2
17.4
21.0
25.4

141
170
195
251
368
639

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.55
.63
.70
.82

14.0
15.9
17.7
20.9

180
232
330
395

Misc. Conductor Sizes**


.72
.91
1.09
1.30
1.49

18.3
23.2
27.6
33.1
37.8

316
490
850
1450
1890

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

* With braided shield


** 10AWG = 6 mm2, 8 AWG = 10 mm2, 6 AWG = 16 mm2,
4 AWG = 25 mm2, 2 AWG = 35 mm2

41

Robotics & Track Cable JZ-HF

Flexible Number coded Oil resistant Standard duty 80 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special conductor PVC control cable


for extreme flexing applications
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cleanroom certified to US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding to


DIN VDE 0295 cl.6 col. 4 and IEC 60228
cl. 6.
Special PVC Z 7225 conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Fleece wrapping separating conductors
from jacket.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, TM2 to
DIN VDE 0281 part 1 and HD 21.1.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

JZ-HF cables are ideal for use in the


machine tool industry, in robotics and
machine production or anywhere high
flexibility is essential. These cables have
shown excellent performance in standard drag chain and 2-dimensional
robotics applications.
IMPORTANT: For conditions where a high
performance cable is required (high
cycle rate, elevated temperature, etc.)
use the MULTIFLEX 512 or Robotics
2001 cable shown on pages 53 - 55 or
consult the factory. Data transmission
cables for drag chains are shown on
pages 46 - 48.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


15001 OZ
15002
15003
15004
15005
15090 OZ
15006
15007
15008
15009
15010
15011
15012
15013
15014
15015
15016
15017
15018

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
7x0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
36G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5

15019 OZ
15020
15021
15022
15023
15024
15025
15026
15027
15028
15029
15030
15031
15032
15033
15034

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75
16G0.75
18G0.75
20G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
34G0.75
36G0.75
42G0.75

.20
.21
.22
.25
.30
.30
.36
.36
.39
.41
.44
.46
.53
.54
.59
.59
.63
.70
.77

5.0
5.3
5.7
6.4
7.5
7.5
9.1
9.2
9.8
10.3
11.1
11.6
13.4
13.7
15.0
15.0
16.1
17.9
19.6

9.6
14.0
19.0
24.0
34.0
34.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
77.0
86.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
163.0
173.0
202.0
240.0
290.0

46
57
70
93
127
127
161
177
213
260
284
318
363
432
487
518
575
675
829

31
38
47
62
85
85
108
119
143
174
190
213
243
290
327
347
386
453
556

58
73
77
119
165
216
247
284
320
356
453
498
510
550
570
600

39
49
52
80
111
145
166
190
215
239
304
334
342
369
382
402

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.21
.22
.25
.28
.33
.40
.40
.43
.45
.48
.50
.59
.60
.65
.65
.71

5.4
5.7
6.4
7.0
8.3
10.1
10.2
10.9
11.5
12.1
12.8
14.9
15.2
16.6
16.6
18.1

14.4
22.0
29.0
36.0
50.0
72.0
86.0
101.0
115.0
130.0
144.0
180.0
216.0
245.0
259.0
302.0

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

42

15035
15036
15091

50G0.75
61G0.75
65G0.75

15037 OZ
15038
15039
15040
15041
15042
15043
15044
15045
15046
15047
15048
15049
15050
15051
15052
15214
15053
15092
15054

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
16G1
18G1
20G1
25G1
30G1
34G1
36G1
41G1
42G1
50G1
61G1
65G1

15055 OZ
15056
15057
15058
15059
15060
15061
15062
15063
15064
15065

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5

.79
.92
.97

20.0
23.3
24.7

360.0
432.0
439.0

700
820
841

470
550
564

65
84
113
137
192
251
295
337
379
420
480
600
695
777
825
926
948
1092
1204
1400

43
56
76
92
129
168
198
226
254
282
322
402
466
521
553
621
636
733
808
939

91
117
147
181
273
344
391
457
523
590
650

61
78
98
121
183
231
262
306
351
396
436

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.22
.24
.27
.29
.35
.42
.43
.46
.48
.51
.54
.62
.65
.70
.70
.76
.76
.83
.91
.93

5.7
6.0
6.8
7.4
8.8
10.7
10.8
11.6
12.2
13.0
13.6
15.8
16.4
17.8
17.8
19.3
19.3
21.2
23.2
23.7

19.0
29.0
38.0
48.0
67.0
96.0
115.0
134.0
154.0
173.0
192.0
240.0
288.0
326.0
346.0
403.0
403.0
480.0
586.0
624.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.25
.27
.29
.33
.39
.47
.48
.51
.54
.57
.60

6.4
6.8
7.4
8.3
9.9
11.9
12.1
12.9
13.6
14.5
15.2

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
144.0
173.0
202.0
230.0
259.0
288.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

Robotics & Track Cable JZ-HF

Flexible Number coded Oil resistant Standard duty 80 C / 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special conductor PVC control cable


for extreme flexing applications
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cleanroom certified to US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding to


DIN VDE 0295 cl.6 col. 4 and IEC 60228
cl. 6.
Special PVC Z 7225 conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Fleece wrapping separating conductors
from jacket.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, TM2 to
DIN VDE 0281 part 1 and HD 21.1.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

JZ-HF cables are ideal for use in the


machine tool industry, in robotics and
machine production or anywhere high
flexibility is essential. These cables have
shown excellent performance in standard drag chain and 2-dimensional
robotics applications.
IMPORTANT: For conditions where a high
performance cable is required (high
cycle rate, elevated temperature, etc.)
use the MULTIFLEX 512 or Robotics
2001 cable shown on pages 53 - 55 or
consult the factory. Data transmission
cables for drag chains are shown on
pages 46 - 48.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

12 AWG = 4 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


25G1.5
30G1.5
34G1.5
36G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
60G1.5
61G1.5
65G1.5

.70
.72
.78
.78
.85
.93
1.00
1.03
1.09

17.8
18.2
19.7
19.7
21.5
23.7
25.3
26.2
27.6

360.0
432.0
490.0
518.0
605.0
720.0
864.0
878.0
936.0

801
958
1084
1135
1290
1521
1885
1916
1994

537
643
727
761
865
1020
1265
1285
1338

14 AWG = 2.5 mm

15073 OZ
15074
15075
15076
15077
15078
15079
15080
15081
15082
15083
15084
15085
15086
15087
15088
15089

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
14G2.5
16G2.5
18G2.5
20G2.5
25G2.5
30G2.5
34G2.5
36G2.5
42G2.5
50G2.5

.30
.33
.36
.40
.48
.59
.60
.63
.68
.71
.76
.89
.93
.99
.99
1.08
1.18

7.7
8.4
9.1
10.2
12.2
15.0
15.2
16.1
17.2
18.1
19.2
22.5
23.5
25.2
25.2
27.4
30.0

43.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
240.0
288.0
336.0
384.0
432.0
480.0
600.0
720.0
816.0
864.0
1008.0
1200.0

130
160
200
269
357
486
572
612
702
800
920
1100
1400
1500
1600
1800
2100

87
107
134
180
239
326
384
411
471
537
617
738
939
1006
1073
1208
1409

15142
15143
15144

3G4
4G4
5G4

15145
15146

4G6
5G6

15147
15148

4G10
5G10

15149
15150

4G16
5G16

.41
.45
.50

10.4
11.4
12.7

115.0
154.0
192.0

221
260
318

148
174
213

392
481

263
323

642
780

431
523

926
1135

621
761

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.52
.57

13.3
14.5

230.0
288.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.70
.78

17.7
19.7

384.0
480.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.78
.88

19.8
22.3

614.0
768.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Works Photo: HELUKABEL

15066
15067
15068
15069
15070
15071
15072
15215
15216

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Reversed bending machine for cable testing according


to VDE 0472 part 603 test method H

43

Robotics & Track Cable


JZ-HF-CY shielded

Flexible Number coded Oil resistant High flex 80 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Specially constructed PVC control


cable for extreme flexing applications
Requirements adapted to DIN VDE
0281 part 13
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
Cleanroom certified to US Standard
209E, ISO 14644-1 or VDI 2083.

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


to DIN VDE 0295 cl.6 col. 4 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
Special PVC Z 7225 conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Fleece wrapping separates layers of
conductors.
PVC inner jacket.
Tinned copper shielding interwoven
with synthetic cross-helix to improve
flexibility.
Minimum shield coverage 80%.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, TM2 to
DIN VDE 0281 part 1 and HD 21.1.
Oil and chemical resistant per VDE
0250, and 0472.

JZ-HF-CY cables are designed for the


machine tool, robotics industry or for any
high flex medium mechanical stress
application. Especially suited for cable
track and 2-dimensional robotics applications. The dense tinned copper shielding
assures disturbance-free transmission of
all signals and impulses. An ideal control
cable for any high flex application.
IMPORTANT: For conditions where a high
performance cable is required (high
cycle rate, elevated temperature, etc.)
use the MULTIFLEX 512 or Robotics
2001 cable shown on pages 53 - 55 or
consult the factory. Data transmission
cables for drag chains are shown on
pages 46 - 48.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
36G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5

.27
.28
.31
.33
.38
.44
.47
.50
.53
.55
.57
.62
.64
.65
.67
.74
.82

6.9
7.2
7.8
8.3
9.6
11.3
11.9
12.7
13.5
14.0
14.5
15.8
16.3
16.4
17.0
18.8
20.8

30
38
48
64
70
96
101
126
141
157
165
196
236
267
283
330
393

90
115
140
168
217
274
332
388
445
497
500
505
515
530
572
605
742

60
77
94
113
145
184
223
260
298
333
335
339
345
355
384
406
498

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


15945 OZ
2x0.75
.29
7.3
49
105
70
15946
3G0.75
.31
7.8
58
128
86
15947
4G0.75
.33
8.3
75
184
123
15948
5G0.75
.36
9.1
83
200
134
15949
7G0.75
.40
10.2
85
269
180
15885
10G0.75
.48
12.3
96
327
219
15950
12G0.75
.50
12.6
140
366
245
15886
14G0.75
.52
13.1
163
426
286
15887
16G0.75
.55
13.9
187
487
327
15951
18G0.75
.57
14.5
211
547
367
15888
20G0.75
.60
15.2
216
551
370
15889
21G0.75
.63
15.9
272
590
396
15952
25G0.75
.68
17.3
322
600
402
15890
30G0.75
.70
17.8
414
650
436
15891
34G0.75
.76
19.4
473
685
459
15892
36G0.75
.79
20.0
500
740
496
15893
42G0.75
.81
20.6
583
800
537
15894
50G0.75
.89
22.7
695
954
640
NOTES:
* 12AWG = 4 mm2, 10 AWG = 6 mm2, 8 AWG = 10 mm2, 6 AWG = 16 mm2
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

44

WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
15930 OZ
15931
15932
15933
15934
15935
15876
15877
15936
15937
15878
15938
15879
15880
15881
15882
15883

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

15961 OZ
15962
15963
15964
15965
15966
15967
15968
15969
15970
15971
15972

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1
50G1
65G1

15976 OZ
15977
15978
15979
15980
15981
15982
15983
15151
15152
15153
15154

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

15925
15926
15927
15928
15929

3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5

15155
15156
15157
15158
15159
15160
15161
15162
15163

3G4
4G4
5G4
4G6
5G6
4G10
5G10
4G16
5G16

.31
.32
.34
.37
.43
.52
.61
.73
.81
.87
.95
1.27

7.8
8.1
8.7
9.5
10.9
13.1
15.4
18.6
20.6
22.1
24.1
32.2

56
66
80
114
129
235
309
417
519
635
735
932
515
2

115
142
196
271
307
474
622
828
1049
1257
1437
1823

77
95
131
182
206
318
417
555
704
843
964
1223

75
90
112
132
218
309
481
584
702
867
970
1028

170
203
243
288
403
592
844
1155
1020
1227
1445
1724

114
136
163
193
270
397
566
775
684
823
969
1157

215
264
344
410
721

144
177
231
275
484

292
372
448
526
632
838
998
1225
1560

196
249
300
353
424
562
670
822
1047

16 AWG = 1.5 mm
.33
.34
.37
.40
.48
.57
.67
.81
.95
1.02
1.10
1.20

8.3
8.7
9.5
10.2
12.2
14.5
16.9
20.6
24.2
25.8
28.0
30.6

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.41
.44
.50
.58
.71

10.5
11.2
12.7
14.8
18.0

140
169
194
234
364

Misc. Conductor Sizes*


.50
.55
.60
.62
.67
.82
.90
.90
1.05

12.7
13.9
15.3
15.7
17.1
20.8
22.8
22.9
26.7

178
222
328
305
441
485
610
840
1050

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Motor Supply Cable TOPFLEX


611-PUR
& 611-C-PUR shielded
Flexible Number coded Oil resistant Halogen free
90C / 600V-1,000V/3Ph

Track cable for Servo Motors

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

TOPFLEX 611-PUR

TOPFLEX 611-PUR

Special PUR-insulating drag chain


cable per DIN VDE 0293, 0295, 0250,
0281
Temperature range
Flexing
-30 C to +80 C
Stationary
-50 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U - 600/1000 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km

Finely stranded, bare Cu wire conductor per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
TPE-E conductor insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground conductor.
Conductors cabled with optimal pitch,
stabilized with fillers.
Fleece wrapped to reduce internal friction.
Extremely abrasion resistant, halogenfree, flame retardant, PUR outer jacket.
Resistant to hydrolysis and fungus.
Gray color.
TOPFLEX 611-C-PUR

TOPFLEX 611-C-PUR
Minimum bending radius
approx. 10 x cable
Coupling resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km

Construction same as TOPFLEX 611PUR up to fleece tape.


Oil resistant inner jacket.
Tinned braided 90% Cu shield.
Slick, abrasion resistant, halogen-free,
flame retardant, PUR outer jacket.
Resistant to hydrolysis and fungus.

APPLICATIONS
TOPFLEX 611-PUR
Motor supply cable. particularly for
DNC and Servo motors. Designed for
cable track, material handling equipment, robotics, machine tools and
machining centers.
Outer jacket is resistant to mineral oil,
grease, refrigerants, hydraulic fluids,
many alkalis and solvents.
Small outside diameter results in
reduced weight, better compatibility
with torsion and suitable for extremely
high bending cycles for continuous
operation.
Designed for indoor and outdoor
installations.
TOPFLEX 611-C-PUR
Same application as described above
but also EMI compatible due to the
braided copper shield.

TOPFLEX 611-PUR

TOPFLEX 611-C-PUR

Part No. Cond. x AWG Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part No. Cond. x AWG Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)
22870
22871
22872
22873
22874
22875
22876
22877
22978
22979
22980
22981

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70
4G95
4G120

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0

.41
.50
.59
.63
.76
.88
1.08
1.31
1.41
1.61
2.04
2.38

10.5
12.8
15.0
16.0
19.2
22.3
27.5
33.3
35.8
40.9
51.8
60.5

58
96
154
231
384
615
960
1344
1920
2640
3648
4608

125
215
310
470
760
1250
1510
2100
2950
4090
5580
7040

84
144
208
315
510
839
1013
1409
1979
2744
3744
4723

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

22970
22971
22972
22973
22974
22975
22976
22977
22982
22983
22984
22985

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70
4G95
4G120

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0

.45
.52
.61
.66
.82
.94
1.14
1.33
1.69
2.07
2.28
2.72

11.5
13.1
15.5
16.8
20.8
24.0
29.0
34.0
42.8
52.5
58.0
69.0

106
164
245
338
530
800
1250
1653
2280
3120
4090
5340

220
340
490
680
1035
1460
1990
2535
3360
4650
6090
7380

148
228
329
456
694
980
1335
1701
2254
3119
4085
4902

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

45

Robotics & Track Cable SUPERTRONIC-PVC


& SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC shielded
Super flexible

Color coded Oil resistant

70C / 350 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC cable for drag chains,


adapted to DIN VDE 0245, 0281
Very flexible due to special construction
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Short time
+105C
Nominal voltage 350 V
Test voltage 1500 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable (unshielded)
10 x cable (shielded)
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km (shielded)
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 col. 4 and 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation TI2,
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Conductors color-coded per DIN
47100.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductors wrapped with textile tape.
Tinned-copper braided shield, approx.
85% coverage for C-PVC type.
Special gray (RAL 7001) PVC outer
jacket, TM2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Highly flexible cable for track applications in the machine tool and robotics
industry. This is a durable, economical
solution for fast flexing cables. The
tinned copper braided shield provides
protection from internal and external
interference.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

SUPERTRONIC-PVC

SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC (shielded)

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


49550
49551
49552
49553
49554
49555
49556
49557
49558
49559
49560

2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
7x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
18x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14

49561
49562
49563
49564
49565
49566
49567
49568
49569
49570
49571

2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
7x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
18x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25

49572
49573
49574
49575
49576
49577
49578
49579
49580
49581
49582

2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
7x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
18x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34

.14
.14
.16
.17
.19
.26
.27
.28
.28
.33
.34

3.5
3.6
4.0
4.2
4.8
6.6
6.9
7.1
7.0
8.4
8.7

2.8
4.1
5.6
7.0
9.8
14.0
16.8
19.6
25.2
33.6
35.0

23
25
30
35
49
64
71
77
90
119
124

15
17
20
23
33
43
48
52
60
80
83

49620
49621
49622
49623
49624
49625
49626
49627
49628
49629
49630

2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
7x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
18x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14

28
33
39
50
63
83
95
107
130
170
177

19
22
26
34
42
56
64
72
87
114
119

49631
49632
49633
49634
49635
49636
49637
49638
49639
49640
49641

2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
7x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
18x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25

4.1
4.3
4.8
5.1
5.3
7.6
7.8
8.0
9.0
10.1
10.4

5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
17.5
25.0
30.1
35.0
45.0
60.0
62.5

33
42
56
64
84
116
133
150
182
240
250

22
28
38
43
56
78
89
101
122
161
168

49642
49643
49644
49645
49646
49647
49648
49649
49650
49651
49652

2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
7x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
18x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.18
.19
.21
.26
.29
.35
.35
.36
.39
.48
.49

4.6
4.8
5.4
6.6
7.4
8.9
9.0
9.1
10.0
12.1
12.5

6.8
10.2
13.6
17.0
23.8
34.0
40.8
47.6
61.2
81.5
85.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

46

4.0
4.2
4.4
4.8
5.4
6.7
6.8
7.0
7.6
9.0
9.0

11.2
14.1
15.5
18.3
27.6
39.3
42.1
45.3
54.1
66.3
68.4

33
36
41
46
70
88
97
105
122
156
162

22
24
27
31
47
59
66
70
82
105
109

39
45
52
70
88
114
128
140
166
210
220

26
30
35
47
59
76
86
94
111
141
148

46
62
80
88
116
156
167
195
225
312
325

31
42
54
59
78
105
112
131
151
209
218

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


.16
.17
.19
.20
.21
.30
.31
.31
.35
.40
.41

.16
.17
.17
.19
.21
.26
.27
.28
.30
.35
.43
.18
.19
.20
.24
.26
.33
.35
.35
.36
.43
.44

4.5
4.7
5.0
6.1
6.7
8.5
8.8
8.8
9.2
11.0
11.2

14.9
18.8
21.3
31.0
39.6
53.9
59.1
64.2
78.4
89.9
101.0

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.19
.21
.24
.27
.30
.37
.37
.38
.41
.50
.50

4.9
5.4
6.2
6.8
7.6
9.3
9.4
9.6
10.4
12.8
12.8

16.1
28.7
35.7
39.1
52.7
67.4
76.4
85.3
99.7
147.1
155.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Robotics & Track Cable SUPERTRONIC-PUR


& SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR shielded
Super flexible

Number coded Oil resistant

70C / 350 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR cable for drag chains,


adapted to DIN VDE 0281 part 13
Very flexible due to special construction
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C (-40 Shielded) to +70 C
Stationary -40 C (-50 Shielded) to +70 C
Nominal voltage 350 V
Shielded
26 AWG = 350V
24 and 22 AWG = 500V
1500 V
Test voltage
Shielded
26 AWG = 800V
24 and 22 AWG = 1200V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Shielded 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 col. 4 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0218 part 1 for less
friction.
Conductors color-coded per DIN 47100.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductors wrapped with textile tape.
Special gray (RAL 7001) TMPU to DIN
VDE 0282 polyurethane outer jacket.
Tinned-copper braided shield (for type
C-PUR). The copper braiding can be
mixed and woven with synthetic fibers.
Adhesion-free mat finished outer jacket.
Flame retardant.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

This highly flexible PUR control cable


is designed for cable track and applications requiring rapid continuous
movement. This durable, long lasting
cable offers an economical solution in
robotics. The PUR jacket is extremely
robust, having high tear resistance and
abrasion resistance.
Resistant to:
UV-radiation
Hydrolysis
Oxygen
Oil
Ozone
Limited Resistance to:
Fungus
Alkalis
Hydraulics
Lye
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

SUPERTRONIC-PUR

SUPERTRONIC-C-PUR (shielded)

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


49583
49584
49585
49586
49587
49588
49589
49590
49591
49592
49593

2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
7x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
18x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14

.14
.14
.16
.17
.19
.26
.26
.27
.28
.33
.34

3.5
3.6
4.0
4.2
4.8
6.5
6.6
6.8
7.0
8.4
8.7

2.8
4.1
5.6
7.0
9.8
14.0
16.8
19.6
25.2
33.6
35.0

15
16
19
22
31
39
45
50
58
77
80

49653
49654
49655
49656
49657
49658
49659
49660
49661
49662
49663

2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
7x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
18x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14

27
33
40
48
60
79
91
102
125
163
170

18
22
27
32
40
53
61
68
84
109
114

49664
49665
49666
49667
49668
49669
49670
49671
49672
49673
49674

2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
7x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
18x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25

32
40
55
60
80
112
127
142
175
229
238

21
27
37
40
54
75
85
95
117
154
160

49675
49676
49677
49678
49679
49680
49681
49682
49683
49684
49685

2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
7x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
18x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34

22
24
29
33
47
59
67
74
86
115
120

2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
7x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
18x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25

49605
49606
49607
49608
49609
49610
49611
49612
49613
49614
49615

2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
7x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
18x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34

.16
.17
.19
.20
.26
.30
.31
.31
.35
.42
.43

4.1
4.3
4.8
5.2
6.6
7.6
7.8
8.0
9.0
10.7
11.0

5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
17.5
25.0
30.1
35.0
45.0
60.0
62.5

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.18
.19
.21
.26
.29
.35
.35
.36
.39
.48
.49

4.6
4.8
5.4
6.6
7.4
8.9
9.0
9.1
10.0
12.1
12.5

6.8
10.2
13.6
17.0
23.8
34.0
40.8
47.6
61.2
81.5
85.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

4.0
4.2
4.4
4.8
5.4
6.7
6.8
7.0
7.6
9.0
9.0

11.2
14.1
15.5
18.3
27.8
39.3
42.1
45.3
54.1
66.3
68.4

32
35
40
45
66
86
94
102
118
149
156

21
23
27
30
44
58
63
68
79
100
105

38
44
51
68
82
110
124
135
160
202
211

25
29
34
46
55
74
83
90
107
135
142

45
60
76
82
110
148
166
185
216
300
313

30
40
51
55
74
99
111
124
145
201
210

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


49594
49595
49596
49597
49598
49599
49600
49601
49602
49603
49604

.16
.17
.17
.19
.21
.26
.27
.28
.30
.35
.35
.18
.19
.20
.24
.26
.33
.35
.35
.36
.43
.44

4.5
4.7
5.0
6.1
6.7
8.5
8.8
8.8
9.2
11.0
11.2

14.9
18.8
21.3
31.0
39.6
53.9
59.1
64.2
78.4
89.9
101.0

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.23
.21
.24
.27
.30
.37
.37
.38
.41
.50
.50

4.9
5.4
6.2
6.8
7.6
9.3
9.4
9.6
10.4
12.8
12.8

18.1
28.7
35.7
39.1
52.7
67.4
76.4
85.8
99.7
147.1
155.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

47

Robotics & Track Cable


SUPER-PAAR-TRONIC-C-PUR shielded
High flex

Color coded Oil resistant

70C / 350 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PETP/PUR cable, twisted in


pairs, adapted to DIN VDE 0812, 0245
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +70 C
Stationary
-50 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage 350 V
Test voltage 1500 V
Minimum bending radius
0.25 mm2 min. 10 x cable
0.50 - 1.0 mm2 min. 12 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 col. 4.
Special modified TPE-E conductor
insulation.
Conductors twisted in pairs. The pairs
are cabled.
Conductors color coded per DIN 47100.
Special fabric tape wrapped around
outer layer of conductors.
Tinned-copper braided shield with
approx. 85% coverage.
Gray polyurethane outer jacket, adapted to DIN VDE 0282 part 10.
Special Features:
Oil resistant, test method according to
DIN VDE 0472 part 803.
Weather, ozone and UV-radiation resistant.
Chemically resistant to solvents, acids,
alkalis and hydraulic fluids.

These special drag chain cables feature


twisted pairs cabled in layers with an
overall braided shield. They can be used
where EMI is a problem and perform
well in high frequency and impulse
transmission. The cables are designed
for continuous flexing applications common in the robotics and machine tool
industry. The long life and extreme flexibility is the result of the low friction PETP
conductor insulation. The cable has high
tensile strength, is abrasion resistant
and performs well at low temperatures.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


19101
19102
19103
19104
19105
19106
19107
19108
19109

1 x 2 x 0.25
2 x 2 x 0.25
3 x 2 x 0.25
4 x 2 x 0.25
5 x 2 x 0.25
6 x 2 x 0.25
8 x 2 x 0.25
10 x 2 x 0.25
14 x 2 x 0.25

19119
19120
19121
19122
19123
19124
19125
19126
19127

1 x 2 x 0.5
2 x 2 x 0.5
3 x 2 x 0.5
4 x 2 x 0.5
5 x 2 x 0.5
6 x 2 x 0.5
8 x 2 x 0.5
10 x 2 x 0.5
14 x 2 x 0.5

19128
19129
19130
19131
19132
19133
19134
19135
19136

1 x 2 x 0.75
2 x 2 x 0.75
3 x 2 x 0.75
4 x 2 x 0.75
5 x 2 x 0.75
6 x 2 x 0.75
8 x 2 x 0.75
10 x 2 x 0.75
14 x 2 x 0.75

.21
.24
.32
.35
.38
.41
.51
.56
.56

5.3
6.0
8.1
8.9
9.6
10.4
13.0
14.1
14.1

14.0
32.0
38.4
43.2
51.5
71.8
74.4
90.0
111.2

28
61
73
90
105
133
156
188
220

19
41
49
60
70
89
105
126
148

47
100
131
149
169
196
285
344
401

32
67
88
100
113
131
191
231
269

61
113
158
173
203
231
343
467
546

41
76
106
116
136
155
230
313
366

19137
19138
19139
19140
19141

1x2x1
2x2x1
3x2x1
4x2x1
5x2x1

.30
.33
.48
.52
.57

6.7
7.2
10.4
11.4
12.5
13.3
16.9
17.7
17.7

22.0
50.0
71.8
74.4
84.5
99.6
144.3
176.0
215.4

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.28
.38
.45
.49
.53
.58
.71
.81
.81

7.2
9.6
11.4
12.5
13.5
14.7
18.1
20.7
20.7

34.0
60.0
85.7
93.6
113.0
130.4
192.2
258.0
316.6

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

48

42.0
73.0
93.6
117.8
139.0

71
130
170
204
238

48
87
114
137
160

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


.26
.28
.41
.45
.49
.52
.67
.70
.70

7.6
8.3
12.2
13.2
14.6

Photo: Hller Hille GmbH

Robotics & Track Cable


PUR-JZ-HF

High flex Number coded Oil, abrasion & coolant resistant 80C / 300V - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special polyurethane control cable


adapted to DIN VDE 0245, 0281, 0282
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC 60228
cl. 6.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1 for less
friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductor wrapped with fleece.
Special 100% polyurethane outer jacket,
TMPU, gray (RAL 7001) or orange (RAL
2003).
Adhesion-free matte finish outer jacket.
Jacket also available in other colors.
Flame retardant, test method B per
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

PUR-JZ-HF is an extremely robust


cable noted for its good tear and abrasion resistance. Due to its good performance with mineral oils and especially in connection with coolants, this
cable is well suited for use in machine
tools and steel mills. Its high abrasion
resistance and good flexing ability make
it quick and easy to install. In addition,
its tight bending radius is ideal for use
in cable tracks. Suitable for outdoors
and resistant to UV-radiation, oxygen,
ozone and hydrolysis. Limited fungus
resistance.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


15520 OZ
15521
15522
15523
15524
15525
15526
15527
15528
15529
15530
15531
15532
15533
15534
15535

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
18G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5

.21
.23
.25
.27
.31
.34
.38
.41
.41
.45
.50
.54
.56
.59
.64
.71

5.4
5.9
6.3
6.9
7.8
8.6
9.6
10.3
10.3
11.5
12.6
13.6
14.2
15.1
16.2
18.0

9.6
14.4
19.1
24.0
33.6
38.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
86.4
96.0
120.0
144.0
163.0
202.0
240.0

45
56
69
92
126
136
158
176
212
283
310
330
390
420
500
580

30
38
46
62
84
91
106
118
142
190
208
221
261
281
335
389

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


15538 OZ
2x0.75
.23
5.9
14.4
57
38
15539
3G0.75
.24
6.2
21.6
72
48
15540
4G0.75
.26
6.7
29.0
97
65
15541
5G0.75
.29
7.3
36.0
119
80
15542
7G0.75
.34
8.7
50.0
165
111
15543
8G0.75
.37
9.5
58.0
189
127
15544
10G0.75
.41
10.5
72.0
214
143
15545
12G0.75
.43
11.0
86.0
247
166
15546
14G0.75
.45
11.4
101.0
283
190
15547
18G0.75
.50
12.6
130.0
356
239
15548
21G0.75
.55
14.0
151.0
502
337
15549
25G0.75
.60
15.2
180.0
698
468
15550
30G0.75
.62
15.7
216.0
720
483
15551
34G0.75
.67
17.1
245.0
770
516
15552
42G0.75
.73
18.5
302.0
840
563
15553
50G0.75
.79
20.0
360.0
990
664
NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
Cables with cross linked jacket material are available upon request
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

15556 OZ
15557
15558
15559
15560
15561
15562
15563
15564
15565
15566
15567
15568
15569
15570
15571
15572
15573

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
18G1
21G1
25G1
32G1
34G1
41G1
42G1
50G1
65G1

15575 OZ
15576
15577
15578
15579
15580
15581
15582
15583
15584
15585
15586
15587
15588
15589
15590
15591
15592

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
18G1.5
21G1.5
25G1.5
30G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5
65G1.5

.26
.28
.30
.32
.38
.41
.46
.47
.51
.57
.63
.69
.74
.78
.98
.83
.92
1.22

6.6
7.0
7.6
8.2
9.6
10.5
11.6
12.0
13.0
14.5
16.0
17.6
18.8
19.7
24.9
21.1
23.4
30.9

19.2
29.0
38.5
48.0
67.0
77.0
96.0
115.0
134.0
173.0
196.0
240.0
308.0
326.0
394.0
403.0
480.0
624.0

64
83
113
137
191
218
251
294
337
420
504
600
732
776
925
949
1092
1400

43
56
76
92
128
146
168
197
226
282
338
402
491
520
620
637
732
939

90
117
147
181
274
313
344
391
457
589
680
801
938
1048
1290
1520
1850
1970

60
78
99
121
184
210
231
262
307
395
456
537
629
702
865
1020
1241
1321

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.28
.30
.32
.35
.43
.46
.53
.53
.56
.63
.69
.77
.79
.87
.94
1.14
1.28
1.32

7.1
7.5
8.2
9.0
10.8
11.6
13.4
13.4
14.3
16.0
17.5
19.5
20.0
22.0
23.8
29.1
32.4
33.6

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
115.0
144.0
173.0
202.0
259.0
302.0
360.0
410.0
490.0
605.0
720.0
889.0
940.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

49

Robotics & Track Cable


PUR-JZ-HF

High flex Number coded Oil, abrasion & coolant resistant 80C / 300V - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Continued from previous page

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special polyurethane control cable


adapted to DIN VDE 0245, 0281, 0282
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 7.5 x cable
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC 60228
cl. 6.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1 for less
friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductor wrapped with fleece.
Special 100% polyurethane outer jacket,
TMPU, gray (RAL 7001) or orange (RAL
2003).
Adhesion-free matte finish outer jacket.
Jacket also available in other colors.
Flame retardant, test method B per
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

PUR-JZ-HF is an extremely robust


cable noted for its good tear and abrasion resistance. Due to its good performance with mineral oils and especially in connection with coolants, this
cable is well suited for use in machine
tools and steel mills. Its high abrasion
resistance and good flexing ability make
it quick and easy to install. In addition,
its tight bending radius is ideal for use
in cable tracks. Suitable for outdoors
and resistant to UV-radiation, oxygen,
ozone and hydrolysis. Limited fungus
resistance.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

4 AWG = 25 mm2

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


15620 OZ
15621
15622
15623
15624
15625
15626
15627
15628

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
14G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

.34
.37
.41
.45
.53
.67
.73
.79
.96

8.6
9.3
10.3
11.5
13.4
17.0
18.5
20.0
24.4

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
288.0
336.0
432.0
600.0

128
160
200
268
357
571
612
800
1100

86
107
134
180
239
383
411
537
738

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

15636
15637
15638
15639

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

15641
15642
15643
15644

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

15645
15646
15647

4G16
5G16
7G16

.41
.44
.49
.54
.61

10.4
11.2
12.5
13.8
15.6

77.0
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0

190
250
320
400
550

127
168
215
268
369

350
500
580
800

235
335
389
537

660
750
990
1300

443
503
664
872

1200
1500
1900

805
1006
1274

4G25

1.34

34.0

960.0

1700

1140

2300

1543

2500

1677

4600

3085

6400

4293

2 AWG = 35 mm2
15649

4G35

1.46

37.0

1344.0

1 AWG = 50 mm2
15650

4G50

1.73

44.0

1920.0

2/0 = 70 mm2
15651

12 AWG = 4 mm2
15630 OZ
15631
15632
15633
15634

15648

4G70

2.09

53.0

2688.0

3/0 = 95 mm2
15652

4G95

2.32

59.0

3648.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.51
.58
.63
.69

13.0
14.7
16.0
17.5

173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.69
.75
.84
.93

17.4
19.0
21.3
23.6

288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.91
1.01
1.30

23.2
25.6
33.0

614.0
768.0
1075.0

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
Cables with cross linked jacket material are available upon request
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

50

Car Washing Station

Photo: KARCHER

Robotics & Track Cable


PUR-JZ-HF-YCP shielded
High flex

Number coded Oil, abrasion & coolant resistant

80C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special polyurethane control cable


adapted to DIN VDE 0245, 0281, 0282
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding per


DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC 60228 cl. 6.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1 for less
friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Fleece separator.
Oil resistant PVC inner jacket.
One layer of tinned copper wire shield,
approx. 85% coverage.
Special 100% polyurethane outer jacket
to DIN VDE 0282 part 10, gray (RAL
7001) or orange (RAL 2003).
Adhesion-free matte finish outer jacket.
Flame retardant, test method B per
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

PUR-JZ-HF-YCP is an extremely
robust cable noted for its good tear and
abrasion resistance. Due to its good
performance with mineral oils, especially in connection with coolants, this
cable is well suited for use in machine
tools and steel mills. Its high abrasion
resistance and good flexing ability make
it quick and easy to install. In addition,
its tight bending radius is ideal for use
in cable tracks. Suitable for outdoors
and resistant to UV-radiation, oxygen,
ozone and hydrolysis. Limited fungus
resistance.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

17 AWG = 1 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


22400 OZ
22401
22402
22403
22404
22405
22406
22407
22408
22409
22410
22411
22412
22413
22414
22415
22416

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
14G0.5
18G0.5
21G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5

.30
.31
.32
.39
.39
.42
.44
.49
.52
.57
.59
.66
.72
.73
.79
.85
.91

7.5
7.8
8.2
9.9
10.0
10.7
11.3
12.5
13.2
14.5
14.9
16.8
18.4
18.6
20.0
21.7
23.0

47
52
55
65
84
110
115
117
148
157
183
227
275
305
373
444
541

90
104
123
131
172
195
230
250
280
321
380
445
509
560
780
960
1050

60
70
82
88
115
131
154
168
188
215
255
298
341
376
523
644
704

22434 OZ
22435
22436
22437
22438
22439
22440
22441
22442
22443
22444
22445
22446
22447
22448
22449
22450
22451

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
14G1
18G1
21G1
25G1
32G1
34G1
41G1
42G1
50G1
65G1

106
120
150
158
205
272
290
304
380
418
485
578
630
720
780
954
1085

71
80
101
106
137
182
195
204
255
280
325
388
423
483
523
640
728

22452 OZ
22453
22454
22455
22456
22457
22458
22459
22460
22461
22462
22463
22464
22465
22466
22467

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
18G1.5
21G1.5
25G1.5
30G1.5
34G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


22417 OZ
22418
22419
22420
22421
22422
22423
22424
22425
22426
22427
22428
22429
22430
22431
22432
22433

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
8G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75
18G0.75
21G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
34G0.75
42G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75

.33
.33
.37
.42
.45
.47
.52
.55
.60
.68
.71
.74
.85
.89
.93
1.01
1.06

8.3
8.5
9.5
10.8
11.5
12.0
13.1
14.0
15.3
17.3
18.1
18.7
21.5
22.6
23.6
25.7
26.8

53
62
77
86
107
134
148
156
214
235
274
313
351
388
458
626
763

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

.39
.40
.43
.46
.50
.54
.57
.61
.66
.71
.76
.83
.91
.94
1.00
1.04
1.09
1.22

10.0
10.2
11.0
11.8
12.7
13.8
14.6
15.5
16.7
18.0
19.4
21.0
23.1
24.0
25.4
26.4
27.6
31.0

60
70
86
99
125
140
178
186
250
280
328
378
450
478
576
590
702
913

116
135
178
188
235
270
340
358
415
500
525
678
777
825
980
998
1160
1670

78
91
119
126
158
181
228
240
278
335
352
455
521
553
657
669
778
1120

141
164
220
233
323
369
461
481
561
672
780
927
1030
1180
1458
1857

95
110
148
156
217
248
309
323
376
451
523
622
691
791
978
1246

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.41
.43
.45
.49
.52
.57
.59
.64
.71
.80
.85
.91
1.04
1.08
1.16
1.24

10.5
10.8
11.5
12.5
13.2
14.4
14.9
16.2
18.1
20.3
21.7
23.1
26.4
27.4
29.5
31.6

79
94
113
129
170
226
258
280
340
395
461
533
608
702
867
1033

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

51

Robotics & Track Cable


PUR-JZ-HF-YCP shielded
High flex

Number coded Oil, abrasion & coolant resistant

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

80C / 500 V

Continued from previous page

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special polyurethane control cable


adapted to DIN VDE 0245, 0281, 0282
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
Continuous flex 10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20M/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding per


DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC 60228 cl. 6.
Oil resistant PVC conductor insulation
TI2, per DIN VDE 0281 part 1 for less
friction.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Fleece separator.
Oil resistant PVC inner jacket.
One layer of tinned copper wire shield,
approx. 85% coverage.
Special 100% polyurethane outer jacket
to DIN VDE 0282 part 10, gray (RAL
7001) or orange (RAL 2003).
Adhesion-free matte finish outer jacket.
Flame retardant, test method B per
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

PUR-JZ-HF-YCP is an extremely
robust cable noted for its good tear and
abrasion resistance. Due to its good
performance with mineral oils, especially in connection with coolants, this
cable is well suited for use in machine
tools and steel mills. Its high abrasion
resistance and good flexing ability make
it quick and easy to install. In addition,
its tight bending radius is ideal for use
in cable tracks. Suitable for outdoors
and resistant to UV-radiation, oxygen,
ozone and hydrolysis. Limited fungus
resistance.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

10 AWG = 6 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


61G1.5
65G1.5

22470 OZ
22471
22472
22473
22474
22475
22476
22477
22478

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
14G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

1.33
1.38

33.9
35.0

1233
1315

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.46
.51
.55
.59
.64
.83
.92
1.01
1.22

11.8
13.0
14.0
15.1
16.2
21.0
23.4
25.7
31.0

96
150
174
200
240
410
480
620
821

2250
2401
1

1509
1610

185
278
370
412
470
738
870
1100
1512

124
186
248
276
315
495
584
738
1014

235
350
460
550
700

158
235
309
369
470

12 AWG = 4 mm2
22479 OZ
22480
22481
22482
22483

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

.53
.62
.68
.75
.83

13.4
15.8
17.3
19.0
21.0

135
178
222
328
360

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

52

22484
22485
22486
22487

3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

22488
22489
22490
22491

3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

22492
22493
22494

4G16
5G16
7G16

.77
.83
.91
.94

19.5
21.0
23.0
24.0

250
305
441
505

525
700
800
1100

352
469
537
738

855
1140
1310
1630

574
765
879
1094

1391
1810
2166

933
1214
1453

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.74
.98
1.04
1.18

18.8
25.0
26.4
30.0

370
485
610
820

6 AWG = 16 mm2
1.10
1.24
1.34

28.0
31.5
34.0

840
1050
1510

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Works Photo: LIEBHERR

22468
22469

Robotics & Track Cable


MULTIFLEX 512-PUR

Ultra flexible Number coded High performance Halogen free 70C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special drag chains for high mechanical stress, adapted to DIN VDE 0282
part 1 and part 10
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +70 C
Stationary
-50 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
min. 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 100M/km
Test of alternating bending cycles
approx. 10 million, tested according
to DIN VDE 0472 part 603 test
method H
Radiation resistance up to 50 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 50 Mrad)

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6, col. 4 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
Special TPE-E insulation.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special conductor wrapping over each
layer.
Special gray 100% polyurethane outer
jacket, TMPU, to DIN VDE 0282 part
10, matte finish to prevent adhesion.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PUR jacket flame retardant, test
method B per VDE 0472 part 804 and
IEC 60332-1.

These high performance cables were


developed utilizing state-of-the-art
technology. They are the perfect choice
for robots and cable track applications,
where continuous high flex conditions
exist. The PUR outer jacket is abrasion
and cut resistant. The cable retains its
flexibility even at low temperature.
Resistant to:
Environment
Ozone and UV-radiation
Solvents, acids and alkalis
Hydraulics
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

22501 OZ
22502
22503
22504
22505
22506
22507
22508
22509
22510
22511

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
36G0.5

22512 OZ
22513
22514
22515
22516
22517
22518
22519
22520
22521
22522

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
20G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
36G0.75

22523 OZ
22524
22525
22526
22527
22528
22529
22530
22531
22532
22533
22878
22879
22880

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
20G1
25G1
30G1
36G1
41G1
50G1
65G1

.22
.23
.25
.28
.32
.39
.45
.47
.54
.56
.60

5.5
5.8
6.4
7.0
8.1
9.9
11.5
12.0
13.6
14.3
15.3

9.6
14.4
19.0
24.0
33.6
58.0
86.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
172.0

38
46
59
68
88
131
197
260
282
315
374

25
31
40
46
59
88
132
174
189
211
251

47
58
69
85
118
183
270
290
374
420
498

31
39
46
57
79
123
181
195
251
282
334

55
70
86
102
143
225
334
370
460
530
625
779
953
1205

37
47
58
68
96
151
224
248
309
355
419
523
639
808

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.24
.26
.28
.31
.35
.43
.51
.53
.61
.63
.69

6.2
6.5
7.0
7.8
9.0
11.0
12.9
13.5
15.4
16.1
17.4

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
50.0
86.0
130.0
144.0
180.0
216.0
259.0

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.27
.29
.31
.34
.40
.50
.74
.62
.70
.73
.79
.83
.94
1.07

6.9
7.4
8.0
8.7
10.2
12.6
18.8
15.8
17.8
18.5
20.1
21.2
24.0
27.2

19.2
29.0
38.0
48.0
67.0
115.0
173.0
192.0
240.0
288.0
346.0
410.0
498.0
650.0

NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

22534 OZ
22535
22536
22537
22538
22539
22540
22541
22542
22543
22544
22881
22882
22883

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5
25G1.5
30G1.5
36G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

22545 OZ
22546
22547
22548
22549
22550
22551
22552
22553

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
20G2.5
25G2.5

.30
.32
.34
.38
.44
.54
.64
.68
.78
.80
.87
.94
1.03
1.14

7.6
8.1
8.7
9.7
11.3
13.8
16.3
17.3
19.7
20.3
22.2
24.0
26.2
28.9

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
173.0
259.0
288.0
360.0
432.0
518.0
628.0
749.0
912.0

70
90
106
145
205
320
465
510
650
750
880
1209
1449
1712

47
60
71
97
137
215
312
342
436
503
590
811
972
1149

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
288.0
432.0
480.0
600.0

115
162
196
230
312
532
762
858
998

77
109
131
154
209
357
511
575
670

154.0
192.0
269.0

283
349
498

190
234
334

432
529
782

290
355
525

685
817
1023

459
548
686

1042
1292
1709

699
867
1147

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.36
.38
.41
.46
.54
.67
.79
.83
.96

9.2
9.7
10.5
11.6
13.8
16.9
20.0
21.2
24.3

12 AWG = 4mm2
22554
22555
22556

4G4
5G4
7G4

.52
.56
.67

13.1
14.2
17.1

10 AWG = 6 mm2
22557
22558
22559

4G6
5G6
7G6

.56
.62
.76
8

22560
22561
22562

4G10
5G10
7G10

22563
22564
22565

4G16
5G16
7G16

14.3
15.8
19.2

230.0
288.0
403.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.72
.81
.97

18.4
20.7
24.7

384.0
480.0
672.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.84
.94
1.13

21.3
23.8
28.6

614.0
768.0
1075.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

53

Robotics & Track Cable


MULTIFLEX 512-C-PUR

Ultra flexible Number coded High performance Halogen free 70C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special cables for drag chains with


excellent abrasion resistance per DIN
VDE 0282 part 1 and part 10
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +70 C
Stationary
-50 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius 10 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 100M/km
Life expectancy 10 million cycles,
tested per DIN VDE 0472 part 603 H.
Suitable for continuous operation
Radiation resistance up to 50 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 50 Mrad)
Coupling resistance max. 250 Ohm/km
Oil and chemical resistant per DIN VDE
0472 part 803
Clean room approved

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6, col. 4 and IEC
60228 cl. 6.
Special modified TPE-E conductor
insulation.
Black conductors with white numbers.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Special fleece wrapping over each layer
of conductors.
Halogen-free TPE-Inner jacket.
Tinned copper braided 85% shield.
Special gray low friction polyurethane
outer jacket, TMPU per DIN VDE 0282
part 10.
PUR jacket is flame retardant per test
method B, VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC
60332-1.

These shielded cables are the perfect


choice for high cycle and high stress applications. Used in cables track and robotics
applications. Developed according to leading edge technology. The jacket is cut- and
abrasion resistant and its low friction
extends the cycle life. The cables can be
used outdoors with exceptional performance even at extreme temperatures.
Resistant to:
Ozone and UV-radiation
Solvents, acids and alkalis
Hydraulics

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
36G0.5

22582 OZ
22583
22584
22585
22586
22587
22588
22589
22590
22591
22592

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
20G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
36G0.75

.33
.33
.35
.38
.44
.50
.58
.61
.67
.70
.76

8.3
8.5
9.0
9.7
11.1
12.7
14.7
15.4
17.0
17.9
19.2

47.0
52.0
55.0
65.0
84.0
117.0
157.0
167.0
227.0
273.0
306.0

90
105
124
132
175
250
325
350
450
510
580

60
71
83
89
118
168
218
235
302
343
390

110
120
148
160
205
308
420
450
579
630
745

74
81
99
108
138
207
282
302
389
423
501

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.35
.37
.38
.41
.47
.56
.64
.67
.76
.78
.83

8.8
9.3
9.7
10.5
11.9
14.2
16.3
16.9
19.2
19.7
21.2

53.0
62.0
77.0
86.0
106.0
156.0
233.0
249.0
313.0
351.0
400.0

22604 OZ
22605
22606
22607
22608
22609
22610
22611
22612
22613
22887
22888
22889

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5
30G1.5
36G1.5
42G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5

22614 OZ
22615
22616
22617
22618
22619
22620
22621
22622

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
20G2.5
25G2.5

.40
.43
.46
.50
.57
.69
.78
.93
.96
1.04
1.12
1.23
1.25

10.2
11.0
11.6
12.6
14.5
17.4
19.9
23.7
24.5
26.4
28.4
31.2
34.2

79.0
94.0
113.0
129.0
170.0
279.0
393.0
533.0
607.0
702.0
829.0
1025.0
1190.0

145
168
217
235
325
481
675
927
1025
1210
1441
1709
2025

97
113
146
158
218
323
454
623
689
813
968
1148
1358

104.0
129.0
164.0
190.0
274.0
426.0
607.0
661.0
796.0

198
284
378
423
486
756
1127
1210
1530

133
191
254
284
327
508
757
813
1028

222.0
328.0
360.0

448
533
678

301
358
456

636
772
1028

427
519
691

1052
1096
1530

707
737
1028

1386
1759
2087

931
1182
1402

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.47
.50
.54
.58
.69
.82
.95
1.01
1.15

11.9
12.6
13.6
14.7
17.4
20.9
24.2
25.6
29.1

12 AWG = 4mm2

17 AWG = 1 mm2
22593 OZ
2x1
.38
9.7
60.2
120
81
22594
3G1
.39
10.0
70.0
135
91
22595
4G1
.43
10.8
86.0
173
116
22596
5G1
.46
11.7
99.0
187
126
22597
7G1
.53
13.4
124.0
240
161
22598
12G1
.63
16.0
186.0
360
242
22599
18G1
.73
18.5
279.0
498
335
22600
20G1
.76
19.4
322.0
568
382
22601
25G1
.85
21.7
377.0
670
450
22602
30G1
.89
22.5
429.0
774
520
22603
36G1
.96
24.3
516.0
895
601
22884
41G1
1.03
26.1
610.0
1032
694
22885
50G1
1.12
28.4
690.0
1160
780
22886
65G1
1.27
32.2
852.0
1660
1116
NOTES:
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

54

WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
22571 OZ
22572
22573
22574
22575
22576
22577
22578
22579
22580
22581

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

22623
22624
22625

4G4
5G4
7G4

22626
22627
22628

4G6
5G6
7G6

22629
22630
22631

4G10
5G10
7G10

22632
22633
22634

4G16
5G16
7G16

.65
.71
.79

16.5
18.1
20.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.71
.77
.91

18.1
19.6
23.2

305.0
441.0
505.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.89
.97
1.15

22.5
24.7
29.3

485.0
610.0
820.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
1.01
1.11
1.32

25.7
28.2
33.6

840.0
1050.0
1510.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Robotics Cable
ROBOFLEX 2001 & 2001-C shielded

Flexible (torsion & bending) at low temps Color/Number coded 80C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special TPE-E/PUR, adapted to DIN


VDE 00245, 0250, 0282
Temperature range
Flexing
-30 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
0.34 mm2
350V
> 0.5 mm2
Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage
0.34mm2
1.5 kV, 5 minutes
> 0.5 mm2
3.0 kV, 5 minutes
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Mutual capacitance
conductor/conductor approx. 100 nF/km
conductor/shield approx.
120 nF/km
Inductance
approx. 0.69 mH/km
Features:
High flexibility at low temperatures
High abrasion resistance

Bare copper, fine or extra-fine wires


cabled to DIN VDE 0295 and IEC
60228 cl. 5 or cl. 6.
up to 0.34 mm2 cl. 5
up to 0.5 mm2 cl. 6
Special TPE-E conductor insulation.
Conductor coding:
0.34 mm2 according to DIN 47100
0.5 mm2 black conductors with consecutive white numbers per VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length, separated by
special fleece.
Helical wound Cu shield (C-type).
Special low friction polyurethane outer
jacket.
Flame retardant, test method B per DIN
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

These special control and signal cables


are specifically designed for torsion and
bending stress in robots and equipment
with motion in 3 axis.
Resistant to:
Fungus
Oxygen and Ozone
Vibrations
UV-radiation
Oil and fat
Hydrolysis
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

ROBOFLEX 2001

ROBOFLEX 2001-C (shielded)

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


25459
25460

7x0.25
25x0.25

25461
25462

2x0.34
3x0.34

.23
.41

5.8
10.4

16.8
60.0

48
143

32
96

28
34

19
23

90
121
256

60
81
172

63
171
200

42
115
134

48
60
78
131
216
306
432
569
694

32
40
52
88
145
205
290
382
466

356
445
636

239
298
427

136
170

91
114

227
518
722
1180
1600

152
347
484
792
1073

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.16
.16

4.0
4.0

6.6
9.8

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


25463
25464
25465

12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

.41
.50
.56

10.4
12.7
14.2

57.8
86.4
120.0

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


25466
25467
25468

4G0.75
12G0.75
14G0.75

.24
.65
.50

6.0
11.5
12.8

28.8
84.4
100.8

17 AWG = 1 mm2
25469
25470
25471
25472
25473
25474
25475
25476
25477

2x1
3G1
4G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1
34G1
41G1

25478
25479
25480

12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5

25481
25482

3G25
4G25

.24
.24
.25
.34
.48
.61
.69
.84
.91

6.0
6.0
6.3
8.5
12.5
15.4
17.4
21.1
23.2

19.2
29.0
38.4
67.2
115.2
172.8
240.0
326.4
393.6

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.61
.76
.86

15.5
19.3
21.8

172.8
259.2
360.0

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.33
.36

8.4
9.1

72.0
96.0

Misc. Conductor Sizes*


25483
25484
25485
25486
25487

3G4
3G10
3G16
3G25
3G35

.41
.61
.72
.90
1.04

10.3
15.6
18.2
22.9
26.5

116.0
288.0
460.8
720.0
1008.0

25488
25489
25490

12x0.14
18x0.14
25x0.14

25491
25492
25493

12x0.25
18x0.25
25x0.25

25494
25495
25496

12x0.34
18x0.34
25x0.34

25497
25498
25499

12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

25500
25001
25502

12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75

25503
25504
25505

12G1
18G1
25G1

25506
25507
25508

12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5

.31
.38
.43

7.8
9.7
10.9

42.1
54.5
69.0

95
120
158

64
80
106

126
164
215

85
110
144

160
210
305

107
141
205

175
231
347

117
155
233

220
305
415

148
205
278

265
390
540

178
262
362

345
485
710

231
325
476

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


.33
.40
.44

8.5
10.1
11.1

59.5
80.0
103.0

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.35
.43
.48

8.6
10.8
12.1

78.0
101.0
158.0

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


.44
.54
.58

11.2
13.6
14.8

117.0
160.0
255.0

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.47
.59
.65

11.8
15.0
16.6

155.0
210.0
275.0

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.51
.63
.71

13.0
16.1
18.0

190.0
245.0
345.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.64
.80
.89

16.2
20.3
22.5

260.0
370.0
498.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
* 12AWG = 4 mm2, 8 AWG = 10 mm2, 6 AWG = 16 mm2, 4 AWG = 25 mm2, 2
AWG = 35 mm2
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

55

European High Flex Hook-up wire LifY


Ultra flexible Many colors available Extra-fine stranding 80C / 1000 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC extra fine stranded wires


Adapted to VDE 0250, 0281, 0295
Temperature range
-15 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage 1000V
Test voltage
3000V
Minimum bending radius
8 x cable

Bare copper, fine wire stranding (see


table below).
Conductors specially stranded.
Special PVC conductor insulation, soft
and flexible.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

The LifY single conductors are used as


ultra flexible insulated stranded wires
for robotics and cable track applications. Its flexiblity makes it an excellent
choice for switch cabinets.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.

Part
Number Color
151..
152..
153..
154..
155..
156..
157..
158..
159..
15135
15093
15114
15115
15116
15136
15094
15117
15118
15119
15137
15095
15120
15121
15122
15138
15096
15123
15124
15125
15139
15097
15126
15127
15128
15140
15098
15129
15130
15131
15141
15099
15132
15133
15134

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown
gn-ye
black
red
blue
brown

Cross Section
AWG
mm2
27
26
24
20
18
17
16
14
12
10
10
10
10
10
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
6
6
6
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2/0
2/0
2/0
2/0
2/0

0.10
0.14
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.50
2.50
4.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
16.00
16.00
16.00
16.00
16.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
70.00
70.00
70.00
70.00
70.00

Nominal O.D.

Cop. Wt.

Approx. Weight

Stranding

(in)

(mm)

(kg/km)

(kg/km)

(lbs/mft)

51
72
66
132
195
260
192
320
512
768
768
768
768
768
1280
1280
1280
1280
1280
2048
2048
2048
2048
2048
3234
3234
3234
3234
3234
4508
4508
4508
4508
4508
6468
6468
6468
6468
6468
8967
8967
8967
8967
8967

.04
.04
.06
.08
.09
.10
.14
.15
.20
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.41
.41
.41
.41
.41
.46
.46
.46
.46
.46
.58
.58
.58
.58
.58
.67
.67
.67
.67
.67

1.0
1.1
1.4
2.0
2.2
2.5
3.5
3.8
5.0
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
14.7
14.7
14.7
14.7
14.7
17.0
17.0
17.0
17.0
17.0

1.2
1.4
2.5
5.5
8.0
10.8
15.0
25.0
40.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
160.0
160.0
160.0
160.0
160.0
240.0
240.0
240.0
240.0
240.0
336.0
336.0
336.0
336.0
336.0
480.0
480.0
480.0
480.0
480.0
672.0
672.0
672.0
672.0
672.0

2.1
2.6
4.2
8.0
12.0
18.0
22.0
37.0
50.0
71.0
71.0
71.0
71.0
71.0
130.0
130.0
130.0
130.0
130.0
187.0
187.0
187.0
187.0
187.0
294.0
294.0
294.0
294.0
294.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
521.0
521.0
521.0
521.0
521.0
740.0
740.0
740.0
740.0
740.0

1.4
1.8
2.8
5.4
8.1
12.1
14.8
24.8
33.6
48.0
48.0
48.0
48.0
48.0
87.0
87.0
87.0
87.0
87.0
126.0
126.0
126.0
126.0
126.0
198.0
198.0
198.0
198.0
198.0
255.0
255.0
255.0
255.0
255.0
350.0
350.0
350.0
350.0
350.0
497.0
497.0
497.0
497.0
497.0

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

0.05
0.05
0.07
0.07
0.07
0.07
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10

* Add the last two digits of part


numbers 151.. - 159.. to
identify the color.
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13

Green
Black
Red
Blue
Brown
White
Grey
Violet
Yellow
Orange
Transparent
Pink
Beige
Twin-color

gn
bk
rd
bu
bn
wh
gy
vt
ye
og
tr
pk
bg
t-c

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
LiffY (ultrafine stranding) available upon request
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

56

Photo: R. Stahl GmbH

Data & Communication Cable


TRONIC LiYY

Flexible Color coded per DIN 47100 Extremely oil resistant 80C / 350 to 500V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special PVC cables, adapted to VDE


0812, 0245
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
0.14 mm2 350V
0.25 mm2 500 V
Test voltage
0.25 mm2 1200V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200M/km
Inductance min. 0.65 mH/km

Cross
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
Current A

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


VDE 0295 cl. 5. Exception: 7-wire
stranding for 0.34 mm2.
Oil and chemical resistant.
Special PVC conductor insulation.
Color coded per DIN 47100 up to 44
conductors without color repetition.
Special PVC outer jacket.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Can be used in dry and wet indoor


applications. Not suitable for outdoors.

Photo: Helukabel

0.14 0.25 0.34 0.50


120

150

150

150

1.5

2.5

4.5

6.0

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm

18001
18002
18003
18004
18005
18006
18007
18008
18009
18010
18011
18012
18013
18014
18015
18117
18016
18017
18018
18019
18020
18021
18022
18023
18024
18025
18026
18027
18028

APPLICATIONS
Wherever the design calls for a minimum outer diameter, TRONIC is the
right cable to use. This applies especially to such areas as machine tools, computers, scales and electronic devices.
Also used in instrumentation and electronic feedback systems.

2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
6x0.14
7x0.14
8x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
16x0.14
18x0.14
20x0.14
21x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14
27x0.14
30x0.14
32x0.14
36x0.14
40x0.14
42x0.14
44x0.14
48x0.14
52x0.14
56x0.14
61x0.14
80x0.14
100x0.14

.13
.13
.14
.16
.17
.17
.18
.21
.22
.23
.24
.26
.26
.27
.30
.30
.30
.31
.32
.34
.37
.39
.41
.41
.42
.43
.44
.61
.71

3.2
3.2
3.5
4.0
4.3
4.3
4.6
5.3
5.6
5.9
6.2
6.5
6.5
6.8
7.6
7.6
7.7
8.0
8.2
8.7
9.5
9.8
10.3
10.4
10.7
11.0
11.3
15.5
18.1

2.7
4.0
5.4
6.7
8.1
9.4
10.7
13.4
16.1
18.8
21.5
24.2
26.9
28.2
32.3
33.3
36.3
40.3
43.0
48.4
54.0
56.0
59.0
65.0
70.0
75.0
82.0
108.0
135.0

13
16
19
22
25
28
35
41
48
53
59
65
70
77
87
91
97
108
114
126
139
146
153
164
173
187
204
280
370

8
11
13
15
17
19
23
27
32
36
40
44
47
52
58
61
65
72
76
85
93
98
103
110
116
125
137
188
248

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

18029
18030
18031
18032
18033
18034
18035
18036
18037
18038
18039
18040
18114
18041
18042
18043
18118
18044
18045
18046
18047
18115
18048
18049
18050
18051
18052
18053
18054
18055
18056

2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
6x0.25
7x0.25
8x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
16x0.25
18x0.25
19x0.25
20x0.25
21x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25
27x0.25
30x0.25
32x0.25
36x0.25
37x0.25
40x0.25
42x0.25
44x0.25
48x0.25
52x0.25
56x0.25
61x0.25
80x0.25
100x0.25

.15
.15
.17
.19
.21
.21
.22
.25
.26
.28
.30
.31
.33
.36
.37
.39
.39
.40
.41
.41
.44
.44
.45
.46
.50
.50
.54
.55
.57
.77
.91

3.8
3.9
4.3
4.8
5.2
5.2
5.7
6.4
6.7
7.1
7.5
7.9
8.4
9.1
9.3
9.8
9.9
10.1
10.3
10.5
11.1
11.3
11.5
11.8
12.6
12.7
13.6
14.0
14.4
19.6
23.1

4.8
7.2
9.6
12.0
14.4
16.8
19.2
24.0
28.8
33.6
38.4
43.2
46.0
48.0
50.0
60.0
61.0
65.0
72.0
77.0
86.0
89.0
96.0
101.0
106.0
115.0
125.0
134.0
146.0
192.0
240.0

18
22
26
30
36
42
49
57
66
75
84
72
84
101
107
120
132
140
156
164
182
190
200
211
225
245
263
280
305
450
590

12
15
17
20
24
28
33
38
44
50
56
48
56
68
72
80
89
94
105
110
122
128
134
142
151
164
176
188
205
302
396

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

57

Data & Communication Cable


TRONIC LiYY

Flexible Color coded Extremely oil resistant 80 C / 350 - 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special PVC cables, adapted to VDE


0812, 0245
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
0.34 mm2 500 V
Test voltage
0.34 mm2 2000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200M/km
Inductance min. 0.65 mH/km
Cross
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
Current A

APPLICATIONS

Bare copper, fine wire stranding, per


VDE 0295 cl. 5. Exception: 7-wire
stranding for 0.34 mm2.
Oil and chemical resistant.
Special PVC conductor insulation.
Color coded per DIN 47100 up to 44
conductors without color repetition.
Special PVC outer jacket.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

120

150

150

150

1.5

2.5

4.5

6.0

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
6x0.34
7x0.34
8x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
16x0.34
18x0.34
20x0.34
21x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34
27x0.34
30x0.34
32x0.34
36x0.34
37x0.34
40x0.34
42x0.34
44x0.34
48x0.34
52x0.34
53x0.34
61x0.34
80x0.34
100x0.34

.17
.17
.19
.21
.23
.23
.25
.28
.30
.31
.33
.35
.39
.39
.43
.44
.44
.46
.47
.50
.51
.53
.55
.58
.59
.60
.61
.64
.87
1.00

4.2
4.4
4.9
5.3
5.8
5.9
6.3
7.2
7.6
8.0
8.4
8.9
9.8
9.8
11.0
11.2
11.2
11.6
11.9
12.6
12.9
13.5
14.0
14.7
14.9
15.3
15.5
16.2
22.0
25.4

6.5
9.8
13.1
16.3
19.6
22.8
26.1
32.6
39.2
45.7
52.0
59.0
65.0
69.0
78.0
82.0
88.0
98.0
104.0
118.0
121.0
131.0
137.0
144.0
157.0
170.0
183.0
199.0
264.0
327.0

22
30
43
54
58
61
73
82
102
108
126
143
160
166
186
192
206
226
245
285
292
318
330
370
405
430
440
610
880
1050

15
20
29
36
39
41
49
55
68
73
85
96
107
111
125
129
138
152
164
191
196
213
221
248
272
289
295
409
591
705

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

58

Can be used in dry and wet indoor


applications. Not suitable for outdoors.

0.14 0.25 0.34 0.50

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

18057
18058
18059
18060
18061
18062
18063
18064
18065
18066
18067
18068
18069
18070
18071
18096
18072
18073
18074
18075
18116
18076
18077
18078
18079
18080
18081
18082
18083
18084

Wherever the design calls for a minimum outer diameter, TRONIC is the
right cable to use. This applies especially to such areas as machine tools, computers, scales and electronic devices.
Also used in instrumentation and electronic feedback systems.

18085
18086
18087
18088
18089
18090
18091
18092
18093
18103
18101
18094
18102
18095

2x0.5
3x0.5
4x0.5
5x0.5
6x0.5
7x0.5
8x0.5
10x0.5
12x0.5
16x0.5
20x0.5
24x0.5
30x0.5
40x0.5

18104
18097
18098
18099
18100
18105
18106
18107
18108
18109

2x0.75
3x0.75
4x0.75
5x0.75
7x0.75
8x0.75
10x0.75
12x0.75
16x0.75
20x0.75

.19
.20
.22
.24
.26
.29
.31
.35
.36
.39
.44
.48
.53
.62

4.8
5.1
5.7
6.2
6.7
7.4
8.0
8.8
9.1
10.0
11.2
12.3
13.5
15.8

9.6
14.4
19.2
24.0
28.8
33.6
38.4
48.0
58.0
77.0
96.0
116.0
144.0
192.0

40
46
55
64
73
81
97
116
135
168
213
241
303
391

27
31
37
43
49
54
65
78
91
113
143
162
203
262

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
50.0
58.0
72.0
86.0
115.0
144.0
2 c

47
54
66
80
110
125
148
176
220
276

32
36
44
54
74
84
99
118
148
185

19.2
29.0

56
71

38
48

75
90

50
60

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2

17
18110
18111

2x1
3x1

18112
18113

2x1.5
3x1.5

.20
5.2
.22
5.5
.24
6.2
.27
6.8
.32
8.1
.35
8.9
.38
9.6
.35
9.9
.46
11.6
.50
12.6
.48
AWG
=1
.53
.22
5.5
.24
6.0

mm

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.26
.27

6.5
6.9

29.0
43.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Data & Communication Cable


TRONIC-CY LiY-CY shielded
Flexible Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 350 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC cables, adapted to VDE


0245, 0812
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
26 AWG
350V
24 AWG
500 V
Test voltage
conductor/conductor
1200V
conductor/shield
800V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Inductance min. 0.65 mH/km
Impedance approx. 78
Coupling resistance 250 /km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cross
0.14 0.25 0.34
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
Cond./cond.
120
150 150
Cond./shield
240
270 270
Load (A)
1.5
2.5 4.5

Bare copper, fine wire stranding for


0.5 mm2 to DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and
IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Stranding make-up:
for 26 AWG = 18 x 38 AWG
for 24 AWG = 14 x 35 AWG
for 22 AWG = 7 x 30 AWG
Special PVC conductor insulation, TI2
per DIN VDE 0281 part 1.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100, but without color repetition.
Conductor wrapped with polyester foil.
Drain-wire, tinned.
Tinned, copper 85% braided shield.
Special PVC outer jacket, TM2 per DIN
VDE 0281 part 1, jacket color gray RAL
7001.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Flexible, shielded cable for free movement without tensile stress or forced
movement in dry, moist or wet environments, but not for outdoors. Optimal
when requiring a small cable outside
diameter. This applies to the machine
tool industry, electronics and computers. The small outer cable diameter
meets the miniature plug and connector
specifications.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm

20139
20001
20002
20003
20004
20005
20006
20007
20008
20009
20010
20011
20012
20013
20014
20015
20091
20016
20017
20018
20019
20020
20021
20022
20023
20024
20025
20026
20027
20028

1x0.14**
2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
6x0.14
7x0.14
8x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
14x0.14
16x0.14
18x0.14
20x0.14
21x0.14
24x0.14
25x0.14
27x0.14
30x0.14
32x0.14
36x0.14
40x0.14
42x0.14
44x0.14
48x0.14
52x0.14
56x0.14
61x0.14
80x0.14
100x0.14

.13
.15
.15
.16
.18
.19
.19
.21
.24
.24
.26
.27
.28
.30
.30
.31
.32
.34
.35
.36
.38
.40
.42
.44
.44
.45
.46
.48
.75
.91

3.2
3.7
3.8
4.1
4.6
4.9
4.9
5.3
6.0
6.2
6.6
6.9
7.1
7.6
7.6
8.0
8.1
8.6
8.9
9.1
9.7
10.2
10.7
11.1
11.1
11.4
11.8
12.2
19.0
23.0

6.1
12.0
13.0
14.5
15.5
18.2
19.0
21.3
28.7
30.5
32.0
43.2
51.0
55.0
56.0
62.0
61.0
65.0
69.0
76.0
83.0
88.0
94.0
111.0
115.0
124.0
132.0
146.0
226.0
267.0

16
20
27
32
37
42
48
55
65
77
79
89
103
116
120
131
136
142
157
163
182
209
217
226
240
270
320
370
510
580

11
13
18
21
25
28
32
37
44
52
53
60
69
78
80
88
91
95
105
109
122
140
145
152
161
181
215
248
342
389

20084
20029
20030
20031
20032
20083
20033
20034
20035
20036
20037
20038
20039
20086
20040
20041
20042
20092
20043
20044
20045
20046
20087
20047
20048
20049
20050
20051
20052
20053
20054
20055

1x0.25**
2x0.25
3x0.25
4x0.25
5x0.25
6x0.25
7x0.25
8x0.25
10x0.25
12x0.25
14x0.25
16x0.25
18x0.25
19x0.25
20x0.25
21x0.25
24x0.25
25x0.25
27x0.25
30x0.25
32x0.25
36x0.25
37x0.25
40x0.25
42x0.25
44x0.25
48x0.25
52x0.25
56x0.25
61x0.25
80x0.25
100x0.25

.11
.17
.18
.19
.21
.23
.23
.25
.28
.29
.31
.32
.34
.34
.36
.36
.40
.41
.41
.43
.43
.46
.46
.48
.50
.52
.52
.55
.57
.58
1.00
1.10

2.9
4.3
4.5
4.9
5.3
5.8
5.9
6.3
7.0
7.3
7.8
8.2
8.6
8.7
9.1
9.1
10.2
10.3
10.5
10.8
11.0
11.7
11.7
12.1
12.7
13.1
13.3
14.0
14.4
14.8
25.5
28.0

7.2
15.8
18.6
22.0
26.5
32.4
35.0
42.1
49.9
58.0
62.0
67.0
78.0
79.0
88.0
91.0
96.0
99.0
122.0
132.0
138.0
146.0
152.0
157.0
160.0
164.0
164.0
175.0
189.0
204.0
387.0
505.0

27
31
36
40
51
58
64
82
85
90
99
110
142
146
152
150
163
169
176
189
204
219
230
247
269
292
317
330
343
365
480
605

18
21
24
27
34
39
43
55
57
60
97
74
95
98
102
101
109
113
118
127
137
147
154
166
180
196
213
221
230
245
322
406

NOTES:
HELUKABEL-TRONIC is also available in a paired version (e.g. HELUKABEL
Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.
-PAAR-TRONIC 20 x 2 x 0.14mm2
** For 1 conductor cable, helically wound shield
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.
Continued on next page
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

59

Data & Communication Cable


TRONIC-CY LiY-CY shielded
Flexible Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 350 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Continued from previous page

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


20088
20056
20057
20058
20059
20085
20060
20061
20062
20063
20064
20065
20066
20089
20067
20068
20069
20093
20070
20071
20072
20073
20090
20074
20075
20076
20077
20078
20079
20080
20081
20082

1x0.34
2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
6x0.34
7x0.34
8x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
14x0.34
16x0.34
18x0.34
19x0.34
20x0.34
21x0.34
24x0.34
25x0.34
27x0.34
30x0.34
32x0.34
36x0.34
37x0.34
40x0.34
42x0.34
44x0.34
48x0.34
52x0.34
56x0.34
61x0.34
80x0.34
100x0.34

.13
.19
.20
.22
.24
.26
.26
.28
.31
.33
.35
.37
.39
.40
.43
.43
.46
.46
.48
.50
.51
.54
.54
.57
.59
.61
.62
.64
.65
.67
1.01
1.12

3.2
4.8
5.1
5.6
6.0
6.5
6.6
7.1
8.0
8.4
8.9
9.4
9.9
10.1
10.8
10.8
11.6
11.6
12.2
12.6
12.9
13.6
13.8
14.4
15.1
15.5
15.8
16.2
16.6
17.1
25.6
28.5

13.5
18.0
22.0
32.2
31.0
45.0
51.0
54.0
65.0
70.0
81.0
88.0
103.0
106.0
112.0
116.0
129.0
120.0
138.0
158.0
163.0
178.0
192.0
198.0
203.0
214.0
227.0
242.0
267.0
295.0
524.0
620.0

24
30
37
48
54
61
67
81
103
110
153
159
172
181
191
199
229
241
258
290
305
330
348
364
389
414
420
450
480
520
580
694

16
20
25
32
36
41
45
54
69
74
103
107
115
121
128
133
154
162
173
195
205
221
233
244
261
278
282
302
322
349
389
466

40
45
55
61
76
89
98
117
135
157
190
210
217
246
275
337
351
373
396
431
440
445
458
470
570
650
780
990

27
30
37
41
51
60
66
78
91
105
127
141
145
165
184
226
235
250
266
289
295
299
307
315
382
436
523
664

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


16001
16002
16003
16004
16005
16006
16007
16008
16009
16010
16011
16012
16013
16526
16014
16015
16016
16527
16017
16018
16164
16019
16528
16020
16021
16022
16023
16024

1x0.5**
2x0.5
3x0.5
4x0.5
5x0.5
6x0.5
7x0.5
8x0.5
10x0.5
12x0.5
14x0.5
16x0.5
18x0.5
19x0.5
20x0.5
24x0.5
25x0.5
27x0.5
30x0.5
32x0.5
34x0.5
36x0.5
37x0.5
40x0.5
50x0.5
61x0.5
80x0.5
100x0.5

.13
.21
.23
.25
.27
.29
.30
.33
.37
.38
.41
.44
.46
.46
.50
.54
.55
.55
.57
.59
.61
.62
.63
.65
.72
.76
.91
1.02

3.4
5.4
5.8
6.4
6.8
7.4
7.6
8.3
9.4
9.7
10.4
11.1
11.6
11.7
12.6
13.7
13.9
14.0
14.6
15.0
15.4
15.7
16.1
16.5
18.4
19.4
23.0
25.9

15.0
29.0
39.0
46.0
52.0
66.0
68.0
80.0
93.0
117.0
122.0
129.0
152.0
156.0
173.0
236.0
250.0
265.0
297.0
301.0
312.0
320.0
325.0
345.0
407.0
580.0
690.0
814.0

NOTES:
HELUKABEL-TRONIC is also available in a paired version (e.g. HELUKABEL
-PAAR-TRONIC 20 x 2 x 0.14mm2
** For 1 conductor cable, helically wound shield
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

60

16025
16026
16027
16028
16029
16030
16031
16032
16033
16034
16035
16036
16037
16529
16038
16039
16040
16041
16042
16043
16163
16044
16530
16045
16120
16046
16047
16048
16049

1x0.75
2x0.75
3x0.75
4x0.75
5x0.75
6x0.75
7x0.75
8x0.75
10x0.75
12x0.75
14x0.75
16x0.75
18x0.75
19x0.75
20x0.75
24x0.75
25x0.75
27x0.75
30x0.75
32x0.75
34x0.75
36x0.75
37x0.75
40x0.75
42x0.75
50x0.75
61x0.75
80x0.75
100x0.75

.15
.24
.25
.28
.30
.33
.33
.36
.41
.43
.46
.48
.51
.52
.55
.61
.61
.64
.66
.67
.69
.70
.72
.75
.78
.82
.90
1.08
1.23

3.8
6.2
6.4
7.0
7.6
8.3
8.5
9.2
10.5
10.9
11.6
12.3
13.0
13.2
14.0
15.5
15.5
16.2
16.8
17.1
17.5
17.8
18.2
19.0
19.7
20.9
22.9
27.4
31.2

19.0
38.0
50.0
57.0
70.0
87.0
96.0
110.0
140.0
151.0
167.0
183.0
207.0
221.0
238.0
270.0
278.0
287.0
315.0
330.0
350.0
370.0
386.0
395.0
408.0
480.0
555.0
715.0
910.0

41
59
66
77
93
113
130
145
180
202
225
275
292
322
362
435
451
467
486
530
570
600
640
680
714
810
900
1200
1440

27
40
44
52
62
76
87
97
121
135
151
184
196
216
243
292
278
313
326
355
382
402
429
456
479
543
604
805
966

65
80
98
127
144
158
197
232
260
302
346
412
493
562
790

44
54
66
85
97
106
132
156
174
203
232
276
331
377
530

88
100
126
160
192
208
244
315
338
383
424
506
690
781
941

59
67
85
107
129
140
164
211
227
257
284
339
463
524
631

17 AWG = 1 mm2
16475
16476
16477
16478
16479
16480
16481
16482
16483
16484
16485
16486
16487
16488
16489

2x1
3x1
4x1
5x1
6x1
7x1
8x1
10x1
12x1
14x1
16x1
19x1
24x1
27x1
37x1

16500
16501
16502
16503
16504
16505
16506
16507
16508
16509
16510
16511
16512
16513
16514

2x1.5
3x1.5
4x1.5
5x1.5
6x1.5
7x1.5
8x1.5
10x1.5
12x1.5
14x1.5
16x1.5
19x1.5
24x1.5
27x1.5
37x1.5

.26
.27
.30
.33
.35
.35
.40
.45
.46
.50
.53
.55
.65
.66
.74

6.5
6.9
7.5
8.3
8.9
9.0
10.2
11.4
11.7
12.7
13.4
13.9
16.5
16.8
18.8

46.0
56.0
69.0
89.0
105.0
111.0
130.0
140.0
168.0
198.0
218.0
268.0
320.0
360.0
485.0

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


.30
.31
.34
.38
.42
.42
.46
.53
.55
.59
.62
.67
.77
.78
.93

7.5
8.0
8.7
9.6
10.6
10.7
11.7
13.5
14.0
15.0
15.7
17.1
19.5
19.8
23.6

63.0
76.0
98.0
116.0
140.0
152.0
172.0
193.0
254.0
272.0
285.0
387.0
448.0
506.0
682.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Data & Communication Cable


PAAR-TRONIC

Flexible Color coded to DIN 47100 Oil resistant 80 C / 250 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC cables, adapted to DIN


VDE 0812, 0814
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage 250 V (not for high
current or power installation)
Test voltage
1200V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Inductance min. 0.65 mH/km
Impedance approx. 78
K1-Coupling approx. 300 pF/100 m
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cross
0.14 0.25
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
120
150
Cond./cond.
Load (A)
1.5
2.5

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per


DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl.
5.
Special PVC conductor insulation, YI2
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Pairs cabled in layers with optimal
selected lay-length.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Conductor wrapped with polyester foil.
Special PVC outer jacket, YM2 per DIN
VDE 0207 part 5, jacket color gray RAL
7001.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

These data control cables are used for


flexible free movements, without tensile
stress or forced bending in dry, moist
and wet rooms. They are not suitable
for outdoors. PAAR-TRONIC is perfect
for use in areas where a small diameter
is essential. For example, these cables
are great as control and signal cables in
measuring instruments, computers,
signal tranfers, etc. This cable is suitable for low current applications only.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


19001
19002
19003
19004
19005
19006
19007
19008
19009
19010
19011
19012
19013
19014
19015
19016
19017
19018
19019
19020
19021
19022
19023
19024
19025
19026
19027
19028
19029
19030
19031
19032
19033

1 x 2 x 0.14
2 x 2 x 0.14
3 x 2 x 0.14
4 x 2 x 0.14
5 x 2 x 0.14
6 x 2 x 0.14
7 x 2 x 0.14
8 x 2 x 0.14
10 x 2 x 0.14
11 x 2 x 0.14
12 x 2 x 0.14
14 x 2 x 0.14
15 x 2 x 0.14
16 x 2 x 0.14
18 x 2 x 0.14
20 x 2 x 0.14
22 x 2 x 0.14
24 x 2 x 0.14
25 x 2 x 0.14
26 x 2 x 0.14
27 x 2 x 0.14
28 x 2 x 0.14
30 x 2 x 0.14
32 x 2 x 0.14
34 x 2 x 0.14
36 x 2 x 0.14
38 x 2 x 0.14
40 x 2 x 0.14
44 x 2 x 0.14
45 x 2 x 0.14
50 x 2 x 0.14
52 x 2 x 0.14
55 x 2 x 0.14

.15
.20
.22
.22
.25
.28
.28
.30
.32
.35
.36
.38
.39
.40
.41
.42
.43
.47
.49
.49
.50
.50
.53
.54
.55
.56
.57
.58
.61
.62
.65
.68
.70

3.7
5.1
5.5
5.7
6.4
7.2
7.2
7.6
8.2
8.8
9.1
9.6
9.8
10.2
10.5
10.7
10.9
12.0
12.4
12.4
12.6
12.8
13.4
13.6
13.9
14.2
14.4
14.8
15.5
15.8
16.6
17.3
17.8

2.7
5.4
8.0
10.7
13.4
16.1
18.8
21.5
26.9
29.5
32.3
37.6
40.3
43.0
48.4
54.0
59.0
65.0
67.0
70.0
73.0
75.0
81.0
86.0
91.0
97.0
102.0
108.0
118.0
121.0
134.0
140.0
148.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

20
25
31
38
45
50
57
64
78
86
94
105
108
110
119
130
150
170
180
184
188
192
200
224
247
260
272
294
334
342
387
403
427

13
17
21
25
30
33
38
43
52
58
63
70
72
74
80
87
100
114
120
123
126
129
134
150
166
174
182
197
224
229
260
270
286

19034
19035
19036
19037
19038
19039
19040
19041
19042
19043
19044
19045
19046
19047
19048
19049
19050
19051
19052
19053
19054
19055
19056
19057
19058
19059
19060
19061
19062
19063
19064
19065
19066

1 x 2 x 0.25
2 x 2 x 0.25
3 x 2 x 0.25
4 x 2 x 0.25
5 x 2 x 0.25
6 x 2 x 0.25
7 x 2 x 0.25
8 x 2 x 0.25
10 x 2 x 0.25
11 x 2 x 0.25
12 x 2 x 0.25
14 x 2 x 0.25
15 x 2 x 0.25
16 x 2 x 0.25
18 x 2 x 0.25
20 x 2 x 0.25
22 x 2 x 0.25
24 x 2 x 0.25
25 x 2 x 0.25
26 x 2 x 0.25
27 x 2 x 0.25
28 x 2 x 0.25
30 x 2 x 0.25
32 x 2 x 0.25
34 x 2 x 0.25
36 x 2 x 0.25
38 x 2 x 0.25
40 x 2 x 0.25
44 x 2 x 0.25
45 x 2 x 0.25
50 x 2 x 0.25
52 x 2 x 0.25
55 x 2 x 0.25

.16
.21
.23
.25
.28
.31
.31
.34
.38
.40
.42
.44
.46
.48
.49
.52
.54
.57
.60
.60
.61
.61
.63
.64
.67
.67
.68
.68
.69
.69
.71
.71
.72

4.0
5.4
5.8
6.4
7.2
8.0
8.0
8.7
9.7
10.2
10.6
11.2
11.8
12.2
12.5
13.3
13.7
14.4
15.3
15.3
15.4
15.5
16.0
16.3
16.9
17.1
17.2
17.2
17.4
17.5
18.0
18.1
18.3

5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
50.0
55.0
60.0
70.0
75.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
125.0
130.0
135.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
220.0
225.0
250.0
260.0
275.0

32
37
47
58
70
80
89
99
114
126
137
161
174
187
212
234
250
280
300
320
330
345
370
410
425
440
480
530
580
600
650
670
790

21
25
31
39
47
54
60
66
76
84
92
108
117
125
142
157
168
188
201
215
221
231
248
275
285
295
322
355
389
402
436
449
530

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

61

Data & Communication Cable


PAAR-TRONIC UL Style 2464 (LiYY-TP)
Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC command cable, adapted


to UL Style 2464
Temperature range
Flexing
-10 C to +80 C
Stationary
-20 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
300 V
Test voltage
1500V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 15 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 100 M/km

Stranded tinned copper conductors:


26 AWG 0.14 mm2 = 7 x 34 AWG
24 AWG 0.22 mm2 = 7 x 32 AWG
22 AWG 0.34 mm2 = 7 x 30 AWG
20 AWG 0.56 mm2 = 7 x 28 AWG
Special PVC conductor insulation per
UL Std. 1581 table 50.182 and 50.183.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Conductors cabled in pairs with optimal lay-length.
Pairs cabled in layers with optimal
selected lay-length.
Special PVC outer jacket, color gray
(standard) or black.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL VW-1.

Twisted pair control and signal cable for


use in machine tools, conveyer systems, productions lines, industrial
plants and air conditioning as well as in
steel mills.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


83904
83905
83906
83907
83908
83909
83910
83911
83912
83913
83914
83915
83916
83917
83918
83919
83920
83921

1 x 2 x 0.14
2 x 2 x 0.14
3 x 2 x 0.14
4 x 2 x 0.14
5 x 2 x 0.14
6 x 2 x 0.14
7 x 2 x 0.14
8 x 2 x 0.14
10 x 2 x 0.14
12 x 2 x 0.14
14 x 2 x 0.14
15 x 2 x 0.14
16 x 2 x 0.14
18 x 2 x 0.14
20 x 2 x 0.14
22 x 2 x 0.14
24 x 2 x 0.14
25 x 2 x 0.14

83922
83923
83924
83925
83926
83927
83928
83929
83930
83931
83932
83933
83934
83935
83936
83937
83938
83939

1 x 2 x 0.22
2 x 2 x 0.22
3 x 2 x 0.22
4 x 2 x 0.22
5 x 2 x 0.22
6 x 2 x 0.22
7 x 2 x 0.22
8 x 2 x 0.22
10 x 2 x 0.22
12 x 2 x 0.22
14 x 2 x 0.22
15 x 2 x 0.22
16 x 2 x 0.22
18 x 2 x 0.22
20 x 2 x 0.22
22 x 2 x 0.22
24 x 2 x 0.22
25 x 2 x 0.22

.14
.20
.21
.23
.24
.27
.27
.29
.29
.36
.39
.42
.42
.44
.47
.49
.52
.53

3.6
5.1
5.3
5.8
6.2
6.8
6.8
7.3
7.4
9.1
9.8
10.6
10.6
11.1
11.9
12.4
13.1
13.4

2.7
5.4
8.0
10.7
13.4
16.1
18.8
21.5
26.9
32.3
37.6
40.3
43.0
48.4
54.0
59.0
65.0
67.0

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


20
24
30
38
44
51
57
64
76
93
103
104
112
119
130
150
169
178

13
16
20
26
30
34
38
43
51
62
69
70
75
80
87
101
114
120

83940
83941
83942
83943
83944
83945
83946
83947
83948
83949
83950
83951
83952
83953
83954
83955
83956
83957

1 x 2 x 0.34
2 x 2 x 0.34
3 x 2 x 0.34
4 x 2 x 0.34
5 x 2 x 0.34
6 x 2 x 0.34
7 x 2 x 0.34
8 x 2 x 0.34
10 x 2 x 0.34
12 x 2 x 0.34
14 x 2 x 0.34
15 x 2 x 0.34
16 x 2 x 0.34
18 x 2 x 0.34
20 x 2 x 0.34
22 x 2 x 0.34
24 x 2 x 0.34
25 x 2 x 0.34

32
36
48
56
71
80
89
98
111
135
160
171
185
204
230
248
279
292

22
24
32
38
48
54
60
66
75
91
108
115
124
137
155
167
187
196

83958
83959
83960
83961
83962
83963
83964
83965
83966
83967
83968
83969
83970
83971
83972
83973
83974
83975

1 x 2 x 0.56
2 x 2 x 0.56
3 x 2 x 0.56
4 x 2 x 0.56
5 x 2 x 0.56
6 x 2 x 0.56
7 x 2 x 0.56
8 x 2 x 0.56
10 x 2 x 0.56
12 x 2 x 0.56
14 x 2 x 0.56
15 x 2 x 0.56
16 x 2 x 0.56
18 x 2 x 0.56
20 x 2 x 0.56
22 x 2 x 0.56
24 x 2 x 0.56
25 x 2 x 0.56

24 AWG = 0.22 mm2


.15
.21
.22
.24
.26
.28
.28
.31
.36
.38
.40
.43
.43
.45
.48
.51
.54
.56

3.8
5.4
5.7
6.2
6.6
7.2
7.2
7.8
9.2
9.7
10.2
10.9
10.9
11.5
12.0
13.0
13.7
14.2

5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
75.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
125.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

62

Limited compatibility with


Oil
Solvents
Acids
Alkalis

.17
.23
.25
.28
.30
.32
.32
.35
.42
.45
.48
.50
.50
.54
.57
.59
.64
.66

4.2
5.9
6.3
7.0
7.6
8.2
8.2
9.0
10.7
11.3
12.1
12.7
12.7
13.6
14.4
15.1
16.2
16.7

7.6
15.2
22.8
30.4
33.0
45.7
53.3
60.9
76.0
91.3
106.5
114.1
121.7
137.0
152.2
167.4
182.6
190.2

38
44
60
79
92
119
128
139
171
194
222
231
240
264
291
300
359
381

26
30
40
53
62
80
86
93
115
130
149
155
161
177
196
202
241
256

60
80
94
104
130
151
174
262
298
302
327
370
402
480
551
621
703
721

40
54
63
70
87
101
117
176
200
203
220
249
270
323
370
417
472
485

20 AWG = 0.56 mm2


.18
.26
.28
.31
.34
.38
.38
.48
.49
.52
.54
.58
.58
.62
.66
.68
.73
.76

4.6
6.5
7.1
7.8
8.6
9.6
9.6
12.1
12.5
13.1
13.8
14.7
14.7
15.7
16.7
17.2
18.6
19.2

12.2
24.3
36.5
48.7
60.9
73.0
85.2
97.4
121.7
146.1
170.4
182.6
194.8
219.1
243.5
267.8
292.2
304.3

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Data & Communication Cable


PAAR-TRONIC-CY shielded
Flexible Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC data cables, adapted to


DIN VDE 0812, 0814
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Operating voltage 350 V
Test voltage
Conductor/conductor
1200V
Conductor/shield
800V
Minimum bending radius 10 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 200 M/km
Inductance approx. 0.65 mH/km
Impedance approx. 78
Coupling Resistance max. 250 /km
K1-Coupling approx. 300 pF/100 m
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cross
0.14 0.25 0.34
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
120
150 150
Cond./cond.
Cond./shield
240
270 270
Load (A)
1.5
2.5 4.5

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation, YI2
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Pairs cabled in layers with optimal
selected lay-length.
Conductor wrapped with polyester tape.
Tinned copper braided 85% shielding.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, YM2 per
DIN VDE 0207 part 5.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Well suited to areas where EMI is a


major problem. The dense shield suppresses outside interference from
power cables in the vicinity of this
cable. The braided shield can be used
as a ground conductor. The twisted
pairs greatly reduce the problem of
cross talk between pairs.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


21001
21002
21003
21004
21005
21006
21007
21008
21009
21010
21011
21012
21013
21014
21015
21016
21017
21018
21019
21020
21021
21022
21023
21024
21025
21026
21027
21028
21029
21030
21031
21032

1 x 2 x 0.14
2 x 2 x 0.14
3 x 2 x 0.14
4 x 2 x 0.14
5 x 2 x 0.14
6 x 2 x 0.14
7 x 2 x 0.14
8 x 2 x 0.14
10 x 2 x 0.14
12 x 2 x 0.14
14 x 2 x 0.14
15 x 2 x 0.14
16 x 2 x 0.14
18 x 2 x 0.14
20 x 2 x 0.14
22 x 2 x 0.14
24 x 2 x 0.14
25 x 2 x 0.14
26 x 2 x 0.14
27 x 2 x 0.14
28 x 2 x 0.14
30 x 2 x 0.14
32 x 2 x 0.14
34 x 2 x 0.14
36 x 2 x 0.14
38 x 2 x 0.14
40 x 2 x 0.14
44 x 2 x 0.14
46 x 2 x 0.14
50 x 2 x 0.14
52 x 2 x 0.14
55 x 2 x 0.14

These cables are suitable for use in dry


and wet environments, but not for outdoor installation.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

.16
.20
.22
.23
.26
.29
.29
.31
.33
.37
.39
.41
.42
.43
.44
.46
.50
.50
.50
.51
.52
.54
.56
.57
.58
.58
.61
.63
.65
.70
.71
.74

4.0
5.2
5.6
5.8
6.5
7.3
7.3
7.8
8.5
9.3
10.0
10.3
10.7
11.0
11.2
11.6
12.6
12.8
12.8
13.0
13.2
13.6
14.2
14.6
14.8
15.0
15.4
16.0
16.4
17.8
18.0
18.8

15.6
18.5
23.0
26.6
30.7
48.5
51.1
53.7
59.0
66.0
74.0
76.0
79.0
83.0
97.0
103.0
111.0
113.0
122.0
125.0
128.0
140.0
145.0
150.0
156.0
162.0
177.0
181.0
195.0
202.0
206.0
210.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


34
40
49
55
66
86
91
97
109
141
148
152
155
171
183
205
228
239
245
251
258
270
284
300
316
350
370
390
430
440
460
480

23
27
33
37
44
58
61
65
73
94
99
102
104
115
123
137
153
160
164
168
173
181
190
201
212
235
248
262
288
295
309
322

21033
21034
21035
21036
21037
21038
21039
21040
21041
21042
21043
21044
21045
21046
21047
21048
21049
21050
21051
21052
21053
21054
21055
21056
21057
21058
21059
21060
21061
21062
21063
21064

1 x 2 x 0.25
2 x 2 x 0.25
3 x 2 x 0.25
4 x 2 x 0.25
5 x 2 x 0.25
6 x 2 x 0.25
7 x 2 x 0.25
8 x 2 x 0.25
10 x 2 x 0.25
12 x 2 x 0.25
14 x 2 x 0.25
15 x 2 x 0.25
16 x 2 x 0.25
18 x 2 x 0.25
20 x 2 x 0.25
22 x 2 x 0.25
24 x 2 x 0.25
25 x 2 x 0.25
26 x 2 x 0.25
27 x 2 x 0.25
28 x 2 x 0.25
30 x 2 x 0.25
32 x 2 x 0.25
34 x 2 x 0.25
36 x 2 x 0.25
38 x 2 x 0.25
40 x 2 x 0.25
44 x 2 x 0.25
46 x 2 x 0.25
50 x 2 x 0.25
52 x 2 x 0.25
55 x 2 x 0.25

.19
.25
.26
.27
.31
.35
.35
.38
.42
.46
.47
.49
.51
.52
.54
.57
.59
.61
.62
.64
.64
.66
.67
.69
.70
.71
.74
.75
.76
.78
.79
.83

4.8
6.3
6.7
6.8
7.8
8.8
8.9
9.6
10.6
11.6
12.0
12.5
13.0
13.2
13.7
14.4
15.0
15.4
15.8
16.2
16.3
16.7
16.9
17.5
17.7
18.0
18.8
19.0
19.2
19.9
20.0
21.0

15.0
28.0
32.0
38.0
55.0
65.0
70.0
75.0
110.0
117.0
122.0
134.0
143.0
148.0
162.0
172.0
223.0
233.0
238.0
244.0
249.0
254.0
290.0
312.0
322.0
339.0
349.0
359.0
398.0
403.0
435.0
464.0

45
53
65
80
98
114
121
129
157
189
213
225
237
248
275
303
330
343
345
350
360
375
400
410
420
450
485
500
540
550
580
630

30
35
43
54
66
76
81
86
105
127
143
151
159
166
184
203
221
230
231
235
241
251
268
275
282
302
325
335
362
369
389
423

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Continued on next page

63

Data & Communication Cable


PAAR-TRONIC-CY shielded
Flexible Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 - 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC data cables, adapted to


DIN VDE 0812, 0814
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Operating voltage 350 V
Test voltage
Conductor/conductor
1200V
Conductor/shield
800V
Minimum bending radius 10 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 200 M/km
Inductance approx. 0.65 mH/km
Impedance approx. 78
Coupling Resistance max. 250 /km
K1-Coupling approx. 300 pF/100 m
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Cross
0.14 0.25 0.34
Section (MM2)
Capacitance @
800Hz (pF/m)
Cond./cond.
120
150 150
Cond./shield
240
270 270
Load (A)
1.5
2.5 4.5

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Special PVC conductor insulation, YI2
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Pairs cabled in layers with optimal
selected lay-length.
Conductor wrapped with polyester tape.
Tinned copper braided 85% shielding.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, YM2 per
DIN VDE 0207 part 5.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Well suited to areas where EMI is a


major problem. The dense shield suppresses outside interference from
power cables in the vicinity of this
cable. The braided shield can be used
as a ground conductor. The twisted
pairs greatly reduce the problem of
cross talk between pairs.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


19970
19971
19972
19973
19974
19975
19976
19977
19978
19979
19980
19981
19982
19983
19984
19985
19986
19987
19988
19989
19990
19991
19992
19993
19994
19995

1 x 2 x 0.34
2 x 2 x 0.34
3 x 2 x 0.34
4 x 2 x 0.34
5 x 2 x 0.34
6 x 2 x 0.34
7 x 2 x 0.34
8 x 2 x 0.34
9 x 2 x 0.34
10 x 2 x 0.34
12 x 2 x 0.34
14 x 2 x 0.34
16 x 2 x 0.34
18 x 2 x 0.34
21 x 2 x 0.34
25 x 2 x 0.34
27 x 2 x 0.34
30 x 2 x 0.34
34 x 2 x 0.34
37 x 2 x 0.34
40 x 2 x 0.34
44 x 2 x 0.34
50 x 2 x 0.34
52 x 2 x 0.34
56 x 2 x 0.34
61 x 2 x 0.34

.21
.25
.30
.31
.35
.41
.41
.43
.45
.47
.52
.54
.59
.60
.64
.70
.72
.75
.79
.80
.83
.87
.93
.97
.99
1.04

5.4
6.3
7.5
8.0
8.9
10.5
10.5
10.9
11.4
12.0
13.2
13.6
15.1
15.2
16.2
17.9
18.2
19.0
20.0
20.3
21.0
22.2
23.5
24.6
25.1
26.3

16.0
36.9
44.9
54.2
63.5
73.1
79.5
88.4
99.3
106.9
122.1
138.2
154.2
197.9
214.4
238.5
262.5
286.6
310.1
368.7
392.6
424.3
455.9
487.6
518.5
557.2

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


58
65
78
90
110
130
145
150
170
190
220
245
250
275
300
400
410
440
510
550
590
600
650
680
750
840

39
43
52
60
74
87
97
101
114
127
147
164
168
184
201
268
275
295
342
369
396
402
436
456
503
563

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

64

These cables are suitable for use in dry


and wet environments, but not for outdoor installation.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

17001
17002
17003
17004
17005
17006
17007
17008
17009
17010
17011

2 x 2 x 0.5
3 x 2 x 0.5
4 x 2 x 0.5
5 x 2 x 0.5
6 x 2 x 0.5
8 x 2 x 0.5
10 x 2 x 0.5
12 x 2 x 0.5
16 x 2 x 0.5
20 x 2 x 0.5
25 x 2 x 0.5

17012
17013
17014
17015
17016
17017
17018
17019
17020
17021
17022

2 x 2 x 0.75
3 x 2 x 0.75
4 x 2 x 0.75
5 x 2 x 0.75
6 x 2 x 0.75
8 x 2 x 0.75
10 x 2 x 0.75
12 x 2 x 0.75
16 x 2 x 0.75
20 x 2 x 0.75
25 x 2 x 0.75

.31
.33
.36
.41
.46
.52
.56
.59
.69
.77
.89

7.8
8.5
9.1
10.4
11.8
13.1
14.3
15.0
17.5
19.5
22.5

54
70
91
105
120
144
178
199
254
302
344

89
104
126
148
171
290
320
361
421
580
740

60
70
84
99
115
194
215
242
282
389
496

105
128
156
189
216
309
355
405
565
700
950

70
86
105
127
145
207
238
272
379
470
637

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.32
.35
.36
.43
.49
.56
.60
.65
.76
.83
.93

8.2
9.0
9.2
11.0
12.4
14.1
15.3
16.4
19.2
21.2
23.5

58
84
108
126
146
180
220
261
328
392
470

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Data & Communication Cable PAAR-TRONIC-CY


UL Style 2464 (LiYCY-TP) shielded

Flexible Color coded Oil resistant 80 C / 300 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC control and signal cable


per UL Style 2464
Temperature range
Flexing
-10 C to +80 C
Stationary
-20 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
300 V
Test voltage
1500V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 20 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 100 M/km

Stranded tinned copper conductors:


26 AWG 0.14 mm2 =18 x 0.1 mm
24 AWG 0.22 mm2 =14 x 0.15 mm
22 AWG 0.34 mm2 = 7 x 0.254 mm
20 AWG 0.56 mm2 = 7 x 0.32 mm
Special PVC conductor insulation.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Conductors cabled in pairs with optimal lay-length.
Pairs cabled in layers with optimal
selected lay-length.
Conductors wrapped with polyester tape.
Tinned copper braided 85% shielding.
Drain wire.
Special PVC outer jacket, color gray
(standard) or black.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL VW-1.

Twisted pair control and signal cable for


use in machine tools, conveyer systems, productions lines, industrial
plants and air conditioning as well as in
steel mills.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


83774
83775
83776
83777
83778
83779
83780
83781
83782
83783
83784
83785
83786
83787
83788
83789
83790
83791

1 x 2 x 0.14
2 x 2 x 0.14
3 x 2 x 0.14
4 x 2 x 0.14
5 x 2 x 0.14
6 x 2 x 0.14
7 x 2 x 0.14
8 x 2 x 0.14
10 x 2 x 0.14
12 x 2 x 0.14
14 x 2 x 0.14
15 x 2 x 0.14
16 x 2 x 0.14
18 x 2 x 0.14
20 x 2 x 0.14
22 x 2 x 0.14
24 x 2 x 0.14
25 x 2 x 0.14

83792
83793
83794
83795
83796
83797
83798
83799
83800
83801
83802
83803
83804
83805
83806
83807
83808
83809

1 x 2 x 0.22
2 x 2 x 0.22
3 x 2 x 0.22
4 x 2 x 0.22
5 x 2 x 0.22
6 x 2 x 0.22
7 x 2 x 0.22
8 x 2 x 0.22
10 x 2 x 0.22
12 x 2 x 0.22
14 x 2 x 0.22
15 x 2 x 0.22
16 x 2 x 0.22
18 x 2 x 0.22
20 x 2 x 0.22
22 x 2 x 0.22
24 x 2 x 0.22
25 x 2 x 0.22

Limited compatibility with


Oil
Solvents
Acids
Alkalis
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

.16
.22
.23
.25
.26
.29
.29
.31
.36
.39
.41
.44
.44
.47
.50
.52
.54
.59

4.0
5.6
5.8
6.3
6.7
7.3
7.3
7.8
9.1
9.8
10.5
11.1
11.1
11.8
12.4
13.1
13.6
15.4

15.6
18.3
23.0
26.6
30.7
48.5
51.1
53.7
59.0
66.0
74.0
76.0
79.0
83.0
97.0
103.0
111.0
113.0

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


32
39
47
55
68
86
92
97
111
141
150
154
155
170
183
207
228
239

22
26
32
37
46
58
62
65
75
95
101
103
104
114
123
139
153
161

83810
83811
83812
83813
83814
83815
83816
83817
83818
83819
83820
83821
83822
83823
83824
83825
83826
83827

1 x 2 x 0.34
2 x 2 x 0.34
3 x 2 x 0.34
4 x 2 x 0.34
5 x 2 x 0.34
6 x 2 x 0.34
7 x 2 x 0.34
8 x 2 x 0.34
10 x 2 x 0.34
12 x 2 x 0.34
14 x 2 x 0.34
15 x 2 x 0.34
16 x 2 x 0.34
18 x 2 x 0.34
20 x 2 x 0.34
22 x 2 x 0.34
24 x 2 x 0.34
25 x 2 x 0.34

46
53
65
79
98
114
121
129
152
189
213
225
227
238
270
300
321
340

31
36
44
53
66
77
81
87
102
127
143
151
153
160
181
202
216
228

83828
83829
83830
83831
83832
83833
83834
83835
83836
83837
83838
83839
83840
83841
83842
83843
83844
83845

1 x 2 x 0.56
2 x 2 x 0.56
3 x 2 x 0.56
4 x 2 x 0.56
5 x 2 x 0.56
6 x 2 x 0.56
7 x 2 x 0.56
8 x 2 x 0.56
10 x 2 x 0.56
12 x 2 x 0.56
14 x 2 x 0.56
15 x 2 x 0.56
16 x 2 x 0.56
18 x 2 x 0.56
20 x 2 x 0.56
22 x 2 x 0.56
24 x 2 x 0.56
25 x 2 x 0.56

4.2
5.9
6.2
6.7
7.2
7.7
7.7
8.4
9.9
10.2
10.9
11.4
11.4
12.2
12.7
13.5
14.5
14.8

14.0
26.0
29.0
35.0
51.0
60.0
64.0
69.0
101.0
108.0
112.0
123.0
132.0
136.0
149.0
158.0
205.0
214.0

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

4.6
6.4
6.9
7.5
8.1
8.8
8.8
9.7
11.5
12.0
12.6
13.4
13.4
14.4
15.0
15.9
17.0
17.3

60.0
67.0
80.0
93.0
113.0
134.0
149.0
154.0
196.0
226.0
252.0
255.0
257.0
283.0
309.0
340.0
407.0
412.0

58
65
78
88
110
126
140
148
184
210
241
245
251
275
300
320
371
402

39
44
52
59
74
85
94
99
124
141
162
165
169
185
202
215
249
270

70
89
102
119
140
162
198
272
307
318
342
381
417
494
570
643
724
740

47
60
69
80
94
109
133
183
206
214
230
256
280
332
383
432
487
497

20 AWG = 0.56 mm2

24 AWG = 0.22 mm2


.17
.23
.24
.26
.28
.30
.30
.33
.39
.40
.43
.45
.45
.48
.50
.53
.57
.58

.18
.25
.27
.30
.32
.35
.35
.38
.45
.47
.50
.53
.53
.57
.59
.63
.62
.68
.20
.28
.30
.33
.36
.40
.40
.50
.52
.54
.57
.61
.61
.64
.67
.70
.76
.78

5.0
7.0
7.6
8.3
9.1
10.1
10.1
12.3
13.2
13.6
14.4
15.5
15.5
16.3
17.1
18.0
19.4
19.8

54.0
60.0
78.0
102.0
118.0
134.0
145.0
161.0
199.0
223.0
247.0
270.0
284.0
310.0
338.0
354.0
370.0
385.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

65

Data & Communication Cable


PAAR-TRONIC-CY-CY (LiYCY-CY)

Color coded Oil resistant Shielded in pairs & overall 80 C / 350 - 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PVC data cables, adapted to


DIN VDE 0812 and 0814
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Minimum bending radius
Flexing
12 x cable
Stationary
6 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 100 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)
Electrical characteristics:
26 AWG 24 AWG
0.14 mm2 0.25 mm2
Conductor resistance
/km max.
138
77.8
Nominal voltage
volt (max.)
350
500
Test voltage
volt
1200
2000
Mutual capacitance
pF/m cond./cond. 147
152.5
pF/m cond./shield 147
263
Impedance
/1 kHz/20 C
536
396
Coupling
pF/100 m/1 kHz
250
250
Shield resistance
/km
36
18
Attenuation
dB/1 kHz/km
3.6
2.2

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0812.
Stranding:
26 AWG = 18 x 38 AWG (.10 mm)
24 AWG = 14 x 35 AWG (.15 mm)
Special PVC conductor insulation, YI2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 4.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100.
Conductors cabled in pairs with optimal lay-length.
Pairs shielded individually, tinned copper, 85% coverage.
Special PVC insulation over individual
shielded pairs.
Conductors wrapped with overlapping
polyester wrap.
Tinned copper braided 85% shielding.
Special gray PVC outer jacket, YM2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 5.
Oil and chemical resistant.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

This cable offers total interference-free


data transfer and is ideal for use as a
signal and control cable for computers
with remote sensors. The shielding
properties also make this cable well
suited for sound studio equipment,
measuring and feedback systems. It
has also proven to be a highly reliable
cable for process-control in machine
centers and safety equipment. The copper shielding assures a disturbance free
data and signal transmission for measuring and control systems.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Pairs x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm )
2

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


21065
21066
21067
21068
21069
21070
21071
21072
21073
21074
21075
21076

2 x 2 x 0.14
3 x 2 x 0.14
4 x 2 x 0.14
5 x 2 x 0.14
6 x 2 x 0.14
7 x 2 x 0.14
8 x 2 x 0.14
9 x 2 x 0.14
10 x 2 x 0.14
12 x 2 x 0.14
16 x 2 x 0.14
20 x 2 x 0.14

21077
21078
21079
21080
21081
21082
21083
21084
21085
21086
21087
21088

2 x 2 x 0.25
3 x 2 x 0.25
4 x 2 x 0.25
5 x 2 x 0.25
6 x 2 x 0.25
7 x 2 x 0.25
8 x 2 x 0.25
10 x 2 x 0.25
12 x 2 x 0.25
16 x 2 x 0.25
20 x 2 x 0.25
24 x 2 x 0.25

.29
.30
.37
.41
.43
.43
.51
.56
.55
.59
.67
.70

7.3
7.5
9.3
10.5
11.0
11.0
13.0
14.1
14.0
15.0
17.0
17.8

31.0
34.0
45.0
58.0
67.0
78.0
97.0
101.0
108.0
134.0
179.0
225.0

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


95
105
140
160
185
230
245
280
325
380
440
520

64
70
94
107
124
154
164
188
218
255
295
349

125
140
205
230
275
295
330
420
465
590
620
690

84
94
137
154
184
198
221
282
312
396
416
463

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


.37
.39
.47
.48
.51
.63
.67
.68
.69
.87
.89
1.08

9.5
10.0
12.0
12.1
13.0
16.0
17.0
17.2
17.5
22.0
22.6
27.5

62.0
78.2
124.1
137.6
148.1
159.1
178.7
213.9
238.3
291.4
325.0
367.5

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

66

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

21089
21090

32 x 2 x 0.25
48 x 2 x 0.25

21091
21092
21093
21094
21095
21096
21097
21098
21099
21100

2 x 2 x 0.34
3 x 2 x 0.34
4 x 2 x 0.34
6 x 2 x 0.34
8 x 2 x 0.34
10 x 2 x 0.34
12 x 2 x 0.34
14 x 2 x 0.34
16 x 2 x 0.34
24 x 2 x 0.34

21101
21102
21103
21104
21105
21106
21107
21108
21109
21116
21110

2 x 2 x 0.50
3 x 2 x 0.50
4 x 2 x 0.50
6 x 2 x 0.50
8 x 2 x 0.50
10 x 2 x 0.50
12 x 2 x 0.50
14 x 2 x 0.50
16 x 2 x 0.50
20 x 2 x 0.50
24 x 2 x 0.50

1.17
1.36

29.8
34.5

588.0
840.5

785
970

527
651

139
157
213
308
385
433
495
600
637
781

93
105
143
207
258
290
332
402
427
524

143
179
241
319
441
464
529
641
694
772
930

96
120
162
214
296
311
355
430
466
518
624

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


.40
.43
.49
.57
.69
.69
.73
.81
.89
1.10

10.1
11.0
12.4
14.5
17.6
17.6
18.5
20.7
22.5
28.0

73.1
88.1
137.2
174.8
247.2
288.7
321.0
388.4
425.5
577.1

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


.43
.45
.51
.59
.74
.71
.79
.85
.94
.99
1.12

10.8
11.4
13.0
14.9
18.8
18.0
20.1
21.6
23.8
25.1
28.4

83.1
106.4
158.0
201.4
311.5
334.5
394.1
446.0
501.2
604.10
712.4

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

European Hook-up Wire


LiY, H05V-K
PVC Flexible Many colors available 70- 80 C / 300 - 900 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC single conductors per DIN VDE


0812, 0281
LiY tinned per DIN VDE 0812
H05V-K/H05V-U per DIN VDE 0281
part 3
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U
LiY tinned 0.14 mm2 =
500 V
0.25 - 1.5mm2 =
900 V
H05V-K/H05V-U
= 300/500 V
Test voltage
LiY tinned 0.14 mm2 =
1200 V
0.25 - 1.5mm2 =
2500 V
H05V-K/H05V-U
=
2000 V
Minimum bending radius
12.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 10 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

LiY - tinned copper stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5.
H05V-K - Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5.
PVC conductor insulation material:
LiY YI3 per DIN VDE 0812
H05 TI1 per DIN VDE 00281 part 3.
Conductors colors, see below.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Harmonized European hook-up wire is


used in electrical and electronic equipment, designed for the European market. It meets CE guidelines.

Conductor color coding per DIN VDE 0293


H05V-K (Uo/ U 300/500 V) recommended colors as shown below. Two color
combinations of all colors available.
Green and yellow are permitted only
where allowed by safety regulations.

LiY: Per VDE 0812 PVC jacketed for low


power and signal transmission.
H05V-K: Per VDE 0281 part 3, PVC
jacketed for environmentally protected
installation in equipment, control panels, conduit and other dry areas.
Dual colors, other colors and sizes to
240 mm2 (500 MCM) are available.

Cross Section Nom. O.D. Cop. Wt.


Part Number
mm2 AWG (in) (mm) (kg/km) Black Grn/Yl Blue Brown Red White Grey Violet Yellow Pink Green Clear Dk. Blue Orange
LiY (Spools in various lengths)
0.14
0.25
0.5
0.75
1
1.5

26
24
20
18
17
16

.05
.06
.07
.08
.09
.11

1.2
1.4
1.9
2.1
2.2
2.7

1.4
2.4
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4

26405
26421
26437
26453
26469
26485

26406
26422
26438
26454
26470
26486

0.5
0.75
1

20
18
17

.10
.11
.11

2.5
2.7
2.8

4.8
7.2
9.6

29081
29097
29113

29082
29098
29114

0.5
0.75
1

20
18
17

.10
.11
.11

2.5
2.7
2.8

4.8
7.2
9.6

26590
26606
26622

26591
26607
26623

26407
26423
26439
26455
26471
26487

26408
26424
26440
26456
26472
26488

26409
26425
26441
26457
26473
26489

26410
26426
26442
26458
26474
26490

26411
26427
26443
26459
26475
26491

26412
26428
26444
26460
26476
26492

26413
26429
26445
26461
26477
26493

26414
26430
26446
26462
26478
26494

26415
26431
26447
26463
26479
26495

26416
26432
26448
26464
26480
26496

26417
26433
26449
26465
26481
26497

26418
26434
26450
26466
26482
26498

29089
29105
29121

29090
29106
29122

29091 29092
29107 29108
29123 29124

29093
29109
29125

29094
29110
29126

26598
26614
26630

26599
26615
26631

26600 26601
26616 26617
26632 26633

26602
26618
26634

26603
26619
26635

H05V-K (Coils in boxes 100 m = 328 ft.)


29083
29099
29115

29084
29100
29116

29085
29101
29117

29086 29087
29102 29103
29118 29119

29088
29104
29120

H05V-K (Spools in various lengths)


26592
26608
26624

26593
26609
26625

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

26594
26610
26626

26595 26596
26611 26612
26627 26628

26597
26613
26629

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

67

European Hook-up Wire


Harmonized H07V-K
PVC Flexible Many colors available 70- 80 C / 450 - 750 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC single conductors per DIN VDE


0281 part 3, HD 21.3 S3 and IEC
60227-3
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-30 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 450/750V
Test voltage
2500V
Minimum bending radius
12.5 - 15 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 10 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, HD 383 and IEC 60228
cl. 5.
PVC conductor insulation material, TI1
per DIN VDE 0281 part 3, HD 21.3 S3
and IEC 60227-3.
Conductors colors, see below.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Harmonized European hook-up wire is


used in electrical and electronic equipment, designed for the European market. It meets CE guidlines.
Dual colors, other colors and sizes to
240 mm2 (500 MCM) are available.

Cross Section Nom. O.D. Cop. Wt.


Part Number
mm2 AWG (in) (mm) (kg/km) Black Grn/Yl Blue Brown Red White Grey Violet Yellow Pink Green Clear Dk. Blue Orange
H07V-K (Coils in boxes 100 m = 328 ft.)
1.5
2.5
4
6

16
14
12
10

.13
.16
.19
.21

3.4
4.1
4.8
5.3

14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0

29129
29145
29161
29177

29130
29146
29162
29178

1.5
2.5
4
6

16
14
12
10

.13
.16
.19
.21

3.4
4.1
4.8
5.3

14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0

26690
26706
26722
26738

26691
26707
26723
26739

8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM
500 MCM

.27
.32
.40
.46
.55
.63
.72
.80
.89
.98
1.12

6.8
8.1
10.2
11.7
13.9
16.0
18.2
20.2
22.5
24.9
28.4

96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0
1776.0
2304.0

26825
26841
26857
26873
26889
26905
26921
29305
29321
29337
29353

26826
26842
26858
26874
26890
26906
26922
29306
29322
29338
29354

29131
29147
29163
29179

29132
29148
29164
29180

29133
29149
29165
29181

29134
29150
29166
29182

29135
29151
29167
29183

29136
29152
29168
29184

29137
29153
29169
29185

29138
29154
29170
29186

29139
29155
29171
29187

29140
29156
29172
29188

29141
29157
29173
29189

29142
29158
29174
29190

26698
26714
26730
26746

26699
26715
26731
26747

26700
26716
26732
26748

26701
26717
26733
26749

26702
26718
26734
26750

26703
26719
26735
26751

26833
26849
26865
26881
26897
26913
26929
29313
29329
29345
29361

26834
26850
26866
26882
26898
26914
26930
29314
29330
29346
29362

26835
26851
26867
26883
26899
26915
26931
29315
29331
29347
29363

26836
26852
26868
26884
26900
26916
26932
29316
29332
29348
29364

26837
26853
26869
26885
26901
26917
26933
29317
29333
29349
29365

26838
26854
26870
26886
26902
26918
26934
29318
29334
29350
29366

H07V-K (Spools in various lengths)


26692
26708
26724
26740

26693
26709
26725
26741

26694
26710
26726
26742

26695
26711
26727
26743

26696
26712
26728
26744

26697
26713
26729
26745

H07V-K (Drums in various lengths)


10
16
25
35
50
70
95
120
150
185
240

26827
26843
26859
26875
26891
26907
26923
29307
29323
29339
29355

26828
26844
26860
26876
26892
26908
26924
29308
29324
29340
29356

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

68

26829
26845
26861
26877
26893
26909
26925
29309
29325
29341
29357

26830
26846
26862
26878
26894
26910
26926
29310
29326
29342
29358

26831
26847
26863
26879
26895
26911
26927
29311
29327
29343
29359

26832
26848
26864
26880
26896
26912
26928
29312
29328
29344
29360

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Hook-up Wire UL Style 1015


European
/ US-UL / Canadian-CSA

Flexible Many colors available 105 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC insulated building wire per UL


AWM Style 1015/MTW and CSA
AWM/TEW per UL-Style 1015 and
CSA-TEW
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +105 C
Stationary
-30 C to +105 C
Temperature at conductor max.
UL and CSA: + 105 C
Nominal voltage 600 V
Test voltage (spark test)
AWG 24
: 4 kV
AWG 22 and 20 : 5 kV
AWG 18 - 10
: 6 kV
AWG 8
: 7.5 kV
UL-type AWM + MTW 105 C 600 V
CSA-type AWM + TEW 105 C 600 V
Minimum bending radius
Stationary
approx. 5 x cable
Flexing
approx. 10 x cable

Stranded tinned copper or bare wire**,


AWG sizes per table below.
PVC conductor insulation according to
UL-Standard 1581, class 43 and CSAC22.2 No. 210, UL VW-1 and CSA FT1,
heat and damp resistant.
Printing on conductor surface:
HELUKABEL
AWM STYLE 1015
AWG xx 600 V 105C VW-1 or (UL)
MTW CE LL 113926 CSA AWM 1 A/B
600 V 105 C FT1 or TEW.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing per UL VW-1.

For the internal wiring of switchboards,


electrical equipment, household goods,
radios, televisions and control desks.
Suitable as power supply wires for
machines, installed in flexible conduit or
pipes and for motors and transformers.

Standards
UL = Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
(USA)
CSA = Canadian Standards Association
(Canada)

UL and CSA:
AWM: Appliance Wiring Materials. For
internal wiring of electrical equipment
and control apparatus e.g. electronic
assemblies and controls.
UL-MTW: Machine Tool Wires
CSA-TEW: Equipment Lead Wires
Limited resistance to:
Oil
Solvents
Acids
Alkalis

UL/CSA AWM = 105 C, UL MTW, CSA TEW = 105 C, 600 V

Part
No.
601___
602___
603___
604___
605___
606___
607___
608___
609___
610___
611___
612___
613___
614___
615___
616___
617___
618___
62501
62601
62701
62801
62901

AWG
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
3
2
1
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
250 MCM
300 MCM
350 MCM
400 MCM
500 MCM

Cross Section UL-AWM MTW CSA AWM TEW Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(mm2)
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
0.25
0.34
0.5
0.75
1.5
2.5
4
6
10
16
25
35
50
70
90
120
150
185
240

1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW
1015/MTW

AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW
AWM/TEW

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

.09
.09
.10
.11
.12
.14
.17
.19
.25
.32
.37
.37
.46
.55
.59
.63
.73
.80
.77
.82
.87
.96
1.02

2.2
2.4
2.5
2.8
3.0
3.6
4.2
4.8
6.4
8.2
9.3
9.5
11.8
14.0
15.0
16.0
18.5
20.2
19.6
20.9
22.2
24.5
25.8

2.3
3.2
5.0
7.9
12.6
20.7
33.0
51.6
80.6
125.0
201.0
253.0
317.0
399.0
500.0
631.0
792.0
996.0
1178.0
1410.0
1645.0
1902.0
2345.0

8
10
12
16
22
31
45
65
110
175
260
340
380
500
615
750
900
1070
1280
1518
1756
2002
2475

5
7
8
11
15
21
30
43
74
117
174
228
255
335
413
503
604
718
859
1018
1178
1343
1661

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Please complete the


part no. for the color
required using the
following table
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Green
Black
Blue
Brown
Red
White
Grey
Violet
Yellow
Orange
Clear
Pink
Beige
Green/Yellow
Blue/White
Dark Blue

** Bare copper on request

69

Hook-up Wire FIVENORM UL 1015 / UL 1063


HAR - / CSA / AWM / MTW Standards

Flexible Many colors available 105 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC single hook-up wire per DIN VDE


0281 part 3 and HD 21.3 S3, UL-Std.
1063, UL-Style 1015 and CSA-TEW
and CSA-AWM I/A/B
Temperature range
H05 V2-K/H07 V-K
Flexing
+5 C to +90 C
Stationary
-10 C to +105 C
UL / CSA
+105 C
Nominal voltage
H05 V2-K Uo/ U 300/ 500 V ( 1mm2)
H07 V2-K Uo/ U 450/ 750 V ( 1.5mm2)
UL / CSA 600 V AC, 750 V DC
Test voltage
H05 V2-K / H07 V2-K
2000 V
Spark Test
AWG 20
: 5 kV
>AWG 20
: 6 kV
Minimum bending radius
For permanent bending approx.
10 to 15 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km

Bare copper fine wire* stranded per


DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5, HD 383 and IEC
60228 cl. 5 and UL-Subject 758
Section G.
PVC conductor insulationTI3 per DIN
VDE 0281 part 1 and UL-Std. 1581,
class 43, CSA-C 22.2 No. 210 Tab. 12
class H.
Conductor colors per DIN VDE 0293.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B per VDE 0472
part 804 and IEC 60332-1, CSA FT1.

Five norms certified hook-up wire


means that one style wire can be used
for all your domestic and international
applications. This results in major cost
savings due to simplified inventory.
This wire is used for internal wiring of
switchboards, machine tools and electrical equipment.

* Tinned conductor on request.

Cross
Nom.
Cop.
Part Number
Section
O.D.
Wt. Black Green Blue Brown Red White Grey Violet Yellow Pink Green Clear Dark Orange Other Twin
mm2 AWG (in) (mm) (kg/km)
Yellow
Blue
Colors Tone
H05 V2-K (Spools in various lengths)
0.5
0.75
1

20 .10
19 .11
18 .11

2.5
2.7
2.8

4.8
7.2
9.6

64075
64091
64107

64076
64092
64108

64077 64078
64093 64094
64109 64110
64125
64141
64157
64173
64189
64205
64221
64237

64079 64080 64081 64082 64083 64084 64085


64095 64096 64097 64098 64099 64100 64101
64111 64112 64113 64114 64115 64116 64117

64086 64087
64102 64103
64118 64119

64088
64104
64120

64089
64105
64121

64090
64106
64122

H07 V2-K (Spools in various lengths)


1.5
2.5
4
6
10
16
25
35

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2

.12
.14
.16
.19
.25
.32
.38
.43

3.1
3.6
4.1
4.8
6.4
8.1
9.6
10.8

14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0

64123
64139
64155
64171
64187
64203
64219
64235

64124
64140
64156
64172
64188
64204
64220
64236

64126
64142
64158
64174
64190
64206
64222
64238

64127
64143
64159
64175
64191
64207
64223
64239

64128
64144
64160
64176
64192
64208
64224
64240

50
1
70
2/0
95
3/0
120
4/0
150 300 MCM

.54
.60
.66
.77
.87

13.6
15.2
16.8
19.5
22.2

480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0

64251
64267
64283
64299
64315

64252 64253 64254 64255 64256


64268 64269 64270 64271 64272
64284 64285 64286 64287 64288
64300 64301 64302 64303 64304
64316 64317 64318 64319 64320

64129
64145
64161
64177
64193
64209
64225
64241

64130
64146
64162
64178
64194
64210
64226
64242

64131
64147
64163
64179
64195
64211
64227
64243

64132
64148
64164
64180
64196
64212
64228
64244

64133
64149
64165
64181
64197
64213
64229
64245

64134
64150
64166
64182
64198
64214
64230
64246

64135
64151
64167
64183
64199
64215
64231
64247

64136
64152
64168
64184
64200
64216
64232
64248

64137
64153
64169
64185
64201
64217
64233
64249

64138
64154
64170
64186
64202
64218
64234
64250

64260
64276
64292
64308
64324

64261
64277
64293
64309
64325

64262
64278
64294
64310
64326

64263 64264
64279 64280
64295 64296
64311 64312
64327 64328

64265
64281
64297
64313
64329

64266
64282
64298
64314
64330

H07 V-K (Drums in various lengths)

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

70

64257
64273
64289
64305
64321

64258
64274
64290
64306
64322

64259
64275
64291
64307
64323

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Extreme Temperature
Silicone Cable SIHF Shielded version available

Ultra flexible Number coded Halogen free Wide temperature range -60 to 180 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special silicone multi-conductor cable


with higher heat-resistance range
adapted to DIN VDE 0250 part 1 and
part 816
Temperature range
-60 C to +180 C (up to +220 C for
a short term)
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Power rating
At ambient temperature: up to +145 C
per DIN VDE 0100
At elevated temperature:
Ambient 145 150 155 160 165 170 175
Temp. C
Load
100 92 85 75 65 53 38
factor %
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
813 and IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing,
test method B according to DIN VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Tinned copper stranding per DIN VDE


0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Silicone conductor insulation.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 color coded or black conductors
with consecutive white numbers.
For two conductors brown, blue.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Green/yellow ground (3 conductors
and above).
Reddish brown silicone jacket.
Advantages
Minimal changes to dielectric properties and insulation resistance at high
temperature.
High ignition or flash point.
In case of fire, forms an insulating
layer of SiO2.
Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
6G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

Resistant to:
High molecular oils
Fat from vegetables and animals
Alcohol
Diluted acids
Alkalis and salt solutions
Plasticizers and clophenes
Oxidation substances
Tropical influences and weather
Salt water
Oxygen and UV-radiation

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
22989
22990
22991
22992
22993
22994
22995
22996
22997
22998
22999
23000

APPLICATIONS
Silicone cables were designed for use
wherever insulation is subjected to
extreme temperature changes. They are
heat resistant for permanent temperatures up to +180 C, and for short time
operation to +220 C. These cables
have great environmental resistance
properties and can be used at temperatures as low as -60 C. Silicone cables
are halogen-free and are especially suited for installation in power stations.
SiHF cables can also be utilized in the
steel producing, aviation and ship
building industries as well as in ceramic, glass and cement factories.

.22
.23
.24
.27
.29
.29
.34
.37
.39
.43
.45
.54

5.5
5.8
6.2
6.8
7.4
7.4
8.6
9.5
9.8
11.0
11.5
13.7

9.6
14.5
19.3
24.0
28.9
33.7
38.4
48.1
57.6
76.7
86.5
120.3

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


42
44
58
62
79
85
99
124
141
186
211
271

28
29
39
41
53
57
66
83
94
125
141
182

23131
23132

18G0.75
25G0.75

23007
23008
23009
23010
23011
23012
23133
23134
23135
23136
23137
23138

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
6G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
16G1
18G1
25G1

.52
.61

13.3
15.6

129.7
180.6

260
370

174
248

59
77
94
115
134
144
175
216
231
302
340
431

39
52
63
77
90
96
117
145
155
202
228
289

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.26
.29
.31
.35
.37
.37
.41
.44
.45
.52
.54
.64

6.6
7.4
8.0
8.8
9.5
9.5
10.4
11.3
11.5
13.1
13.8
16.2

19.0
29.0
38.0
48.0
58.0
67.0
76.7
96.1
115.2
153.5
172.9
240.0

23001
2x0.75
.25
6.4
14.4
53
35
23002
3G0.75
.27
6.8
21.6
63
42
23104 OB
3x0.75
.27
6.8
21.6
63
42
16 AWG = 1.5 mm2
23003
4G0.75
.31
7.8
29.0
83
56
23013
2x1.5
.30
7.6
29.0
81
54
23105 OB
4x0.75
.31
7.8
29.0
83
56
23014
3G1.5
.31
8.0
43.0
98
64
23004
5G0.75
.33
8.5
36.0
101
68
23015
4G1.5
.35
8.8
58.0
122
82
23005
6G0.75
.36
9.2
43.0
115
77
23016
5G1.5
.38
9.6
72.0
147
98
23006
7G0.75
.36
9.2
50.0
124
83
23017
6G1.5
.41
10.4
86.0
173
116
23127
8G0.75
.38
9.7
57.7
138
92
23018
7G1.5
.41
10.4
101.0
187
125
23128
10G0.75
.43
10.9
72.1
156
105
23019
8G1.5
.46
11.6
114.0
213
143
23129
12G0.75
.44
11.1
86.5
185
124
23020
10G1.5
.54
13.6
116.0
263
176
23130
16G0.75
.50
12.6
115.2
218
146
23021
12G1.5
.57
14.6
173.0
314
211
NOTES:
Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.
OB = Without ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
Continued on next page
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

71

Extreme Temperature
Silicone Cable SIHF Shielded version available

Ultra flexible Number coded Halogen free Wide temperature range -60 to 180 C / 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special silicone multi-conductor cable


with higher heat-resistance range
adapted to DIN VDE 0250 part 1 and
part 816
Temperature range
-60 C to +180 C (up to +220 C for
a short term)
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Power rating
At ambient temperature: up to +145 C
per DIN VDE 0100
At elevated temperature:
Ambient 145 150 155 160 165 170 175
Temp. C
Load
100 92 85 75 65 53 38
factor %
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
813 and IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing,
test method B according to DIN VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

APPLICATIONS

Tinned copper stranding per DIN VDE


0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Silicone conductor insulation.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 color coded or black conductors
with consecutive white numbers.
For two conductors brown, blue.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Green/yellow ground (3 conductors
and above).
Reddish brown silicone jacket .
Advantages
Minimal changes to dielectric properties and insulation resistance at high
temperature.
High ignition or flash point.
In case of fire, forms an insulating
layer of SiO2.
Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


14G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5
24G1.5

23027
23028
23029
23030
23139
23032
23140
23141
23033
23142
23143
23144

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
6G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
16G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

23034
23035
23036
23037
23039

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

.61
.66
.69
.72
.79

15.4
16.7
17.6
18.2
20.0

202.0
231.0
260.0
288.0
346.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
379
445
506
566
722

254
298
339
380
484

23040
23041
23042
23043
23045

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

134
152
188
228
304
320
373
450
502
659
761
1007

90
102
126
153
204
215
250
302
337
442
510
676

23046
23047
23048
23049
23145

2x10
3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

23050
23051
23052
23053
23146

2x16
3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

180
224
295
359
479

121
150
198
241
321

23054
23055
23056

2x25
3G25
4G25

23057
23058
23059

2x35
3G35
4G35

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.36
.38
.42
.46
.51
.51
.59
.65
.70
.75
.79
.96

9.2
9.7
10.6
11.6
12.9
13.0
14.9
16.5
17.8
19.1
20.0
24.5

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
168.0
192.2
240.1
288.0
384.0
432.2
600.0

.43
.45
.52
.57
.64

10.8
11.4
13.1
14.4
16.2

77.0
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0

.53
.56
.64
.70
.76

13.4
14.2
16.2
17.7
19.2

115.0
173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

274
338
441
535
685

184
227
296
359
460

400
620
707
900
1151

268
416
474
604
772

400
500
614
850
1682

268
335
412
570
1128

700
1100
1500

470
738
1006

1100
1500
2100

738
1006
1409

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.69
.74
.80
.89
.96

17.6
18.7
20.4
22.5
24.4

192.0
288.0
384.0
480.0
672.2

6 AWG = 16 mm2

12 AWG = 4 mm2

.80
.87
.96
1.05
1.09

20.4
22.0
24.3
26.7
27.6

308.0
462.0
616.0
770.0
1075.3

4 AWG = 25 mm2

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

72

Resistant to:
High molecular oils
Fat from vegetables and animals
Alcohol
Diluted acids
Alkalis and salt solutions
Plasticizers and clophenes
Oxidation substances
Tropical influences and weather
Salt water
Oxygen and UV-radiation

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
23022
23023
23024
23025
23026

Silicone cables were designed for use


wherever insulation is subjected to
extreme temperature changes. They are
heat resistant for permanent temperatures up to +180 C, and for short time
operation to +220 C. These cables
have great environmental resistance
properties and can be used at temperatures as low as -60 C. Silicone cables
are halogen-free and are especially suited for installation in power stations.
SiHF cables can also be utilized in the
steel producing, aviation and ship
building industries as well as in ceramic, glass and cement factories.

.97
1.03
1.25

24.6
26.2
31.8

480.0
720.0
960.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.11
1.18
1.29

28.2
29.9
32.8

672.0
1008.0
1344.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Extreme Temperature
Silicone Cable SiHF UL/CSA

Flexible Color coded Halogen free Wide temperature range -50 to 150 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special silicone multi-conductor cable


with higher heat-resistance range
adapted to UL Style 4476 and CSA
AWM II A/B
Temperature range
VDE -60 C to +180 C (up to
220 C for short time exposure)
UL/CSA
-50 C to +150 C
Nominal voltage
VDE
Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
UL/CSA
U 600 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
815 and IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Tinned copper stranding per DIN VDE


0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Silicone conductor insulation.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 color coded or black conductors
with consecutive white numbers.
For two conductors brown, blue.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Green/yellow ground (3 conductors
and above).
Black silicone jacket.
Advantages
Minimal changes to dielectric properties and insulation resistance at high
temperature.
High ignition or flash point.
In case of fire, forms an insulating
layer of SiO2.
Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm )

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
6G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

23226
23227
23228
23229
23230
23231
23232
23233
23234
23235
23236
23237

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
6G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
16G1
18G1
25G1

Resistant to:
High molecular oils
Fat from vegetables and animals
Alcohol
Diluted acids
Alkalis and salt solutions
Plasticizers and clophenes
Oxidation substances
Tropical influences and weather
Salt water
Oxygen and UV-radiation

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

23214
23215
23216
23217
23218
23219
23220
23221
23222
23223
23224
23225

APPLICATIONS
UL/CSA silicone cables are used wherever insulation is subjected to extreme
temperature changes. They are heat
resistant to permanent temperatures up
to +150 C, and for short time exposure
to +220 C. Silicone cables can be used
at temperatures as low as -50 C. They
are halogen-free and are especially suited for installation in power stations.
Further uses include steel mills, aviation
industry, ship building, ceramic, glass
and cement factories. Due to the flexibility of the cables, they are used as
patch cables.

.30
.32
.35
.37
.41
.41
.43
.50
.53
.55
.57
.66

7.7
8.1
8.8
9.4
10.4
10.4
10.8
12.8
13.4
13.9
14.4
16.8

9.6
14.4
19.2
24.0
28.8
33.6
38.4
48.0
57.6
76.8
86.4
120.0

73
82
98
120
131
140
183
201
241
269
311
401

49
55
66
81
88
94
123
135
162
181
209
269

88
111
130
161
182
198
251
304
343
441
492
617

59
75
87
108
122
133
150
169
204
230
331
415

18 AWG = 1 mm2
.32
.35
.39
.42
.45
.45
.49
.52
.57
.62
.65
.75

8.2
9.0
10.0
10.6
11.4
11.4
12.4
13.2
14.4
15.7
16.6
19.1

19.2
28.2
38.4
48.0
57.6
67.2
76.8
96.0
115.2
153.6
172.8
240.0

23238
23239
23240
23241
23242
23243
23244
23245
23246
23247
23248
23249
23250
23251
23252

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
6G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
14G1.5
16x1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5
25G1.5
41G1.5

.36
.38
.42
.45
.49
.49
.55
.63
.65
.71
.79
.82
.86
.94
1.15

9.1
9.6
10.6
11.4
12.4
12.4
13.9
16.1
16.6
18.0
20.0
20.9
21.8
24.0
29.2

28.8
43.2
57.6
72.0
86.4
100.8
115.2
144.0
172.6
201.6
230.4
259.2
288.0
345.6
590.4

117
131
166
198
240
261
298
359
431
520
569
652
724
925
1440

79
88
112
133
161
175
200
241
290
349
382
438
487
622
968

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Continued on next page

73

Extreme Temperature
Silicone Cable SiHF UL/CSA

Flexible Color coded Halogen free Wide temperature range -50 to 150 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

Continued from previous page

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special silicone multi-conductor cable


with higher heat-resistance range
adapted to UL Style 4476 and CSA
AWM II A/B
Temperature range
VDE -60 C to +180 C (up to
220 C for short time exposure)
UL/CSA
-50 C to +150 C
Nominal voltage
VDE
Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
UL/CSA
U 600 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
Minimum bending radius
7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
815 and IEC 60754-1
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Tinned copper stranding per DIN VDE


0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Silicone conductor insulation.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 color coded or black conductors
with consecutive white numbers.
For two conductors brown, blue.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Green/yellow ground (3 conductors
and above).
Black silicone jacket.
Advantages
Minimal changes to dielectric properties and insulation resistance at high
temperature.
High ignition or flash point.
In case of fire, forms an insulating
layer of SiO2.
Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

(mm )

14 AWG = 2.5 mm

8 AWG = 10 mm2

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
6G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
16G2.5
18G2.5
25G2.5

23265
23266
23267
23268
23269

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

.39
.41
.46
.49
.54
.54
.59
.68
.83
.89
.94
1.13

9.8
10.4
11.6
12.4
13.6
13.6
14.9
17.2
21.0
22.6
24.0
28.8

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
168.0
192.0
240.0
288.0
384.0
432.0
600.0

141
174
217
271
314
331
404
495
554
725
838
1108

95
117
146
182
211
222
271
332
372
486
562
743

23275
23276
23277
23278
23279

2x10
3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

23280
23281
23282
23283
23284

2x16
3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

.43
.46
.51
.57
.70

10.9
11.8
12.9
14.5
17.8

76.8
115.2
153.6
192.0
268.8

190
241
304
384
527

127
162
204
258
353

23285
23286
23287

2x25
3G25
4G25

23288
23289
23290

2x35
3G35
4G35

10 AWG = 6 mm
.57
.59
.65
.72
.83

14.4
15.1
16.4
18.2
21.1

115.2
172.8
230.4
288.0
403.2

284
392
492
610
681

191
263
331
409
457

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

74

18.0
18.9
20.0
22.1
24.9

192.0
288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

405
620
741
914
1164

272
416
497
613
781

.82
.90
.98
1.06
1.11

20.9
22.8
24.9
26.9
28.1

307.2
460.8
614.4
768.0
1075.3

441
501
623
971
1690

296
336
418
651
1133

711
1210
1524

477
812
1022

1140
1523
2217

765
1022
1489

4 AWG = 25 mm2

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

.71
.74
.79
.87
.98

6 AWG = 16 mm2

12 AWG = 4 mm2

23270
23271
23272
23273
23274

Resistant to:
High molecular oils
Fat from vegetables and animals
Alcohol
Diluted acids
Alkalis and salt solutions
Plasticizers and clophenes
Oxidation substances
Tropical influences and weather
Salt water
Oxygen and UV-radiation

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

23253
23254
23255
23256
23257
23258
23259
23260
23261
23262
23263
23264

APPLICATIONS
UL/CSA silicone cables are used wherever insulation is subjected to extreme
temperature changes. They are heat
resistant to permanent temperatures up
to +150 C, and for short time exposure
to +220 C. Silicone cables can be used
at temperatures as low as -50 C. They
are halogen-free and are especially suited for installation in power stations.
Further uses include steel mills, aviationindustry, ship building, ceramic,
glass and cement factories. Due to the
flexibility of the cables, they are used as
patch cables.

.99
1.06
1.26

25.1
27.0
32.1

480.0
720.0
960.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.13
1.20
1.30

28.7
30.6
32.9

672.0
1008.0
1344.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Extreme Temperature Silicone


Cable SiHF-C-Si UL/CSA shielded

Flexible Color coded Halogen free Wide temperature range -50 to 150 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special silicone multi-conductor cable


with higher heat-resistance range per
UL Style 4476 and CSA AWM II A/B
Temperature range
VDE -60 C to +180 C (up to
220 C for short time exposure)
UL/CSA
-50 C to +150 C
Nominal voltage
VDE
Uo/ U 300/ 500 V
UL/CSA
U 600 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
Minimum bending radius
10 x cable
Insulation resistance min. 200 M/km
Coupling resistance max. 250 M/km
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
815 and IEC 60754-1
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Tinned copper stranding per DIN VDE


0295 cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Silicone conductor insulation.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 color coded or black conductors
with consecutive white numbers.
For two conductors brown, blue.
Green/yellow ground (3 conductors
and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Foil separator.
Tinned copper braided shield, approx.
85% coverage.
Black silicone jacket.
Advantages
Minimal changes to dielectric properties and insulation resistance at high
temperature.
High ignition or flash point.
Forms an insulating layer of SiO2,in
case of fire.
Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5

.35
.37
.38
.40
.41
.52
.53

9.0
9.3
9.7
10.1
10.5
13.2
13.4

55.5
60.8
66.5
81.6
92.2
124.0
134.4

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


94
104
125
149
168
237
260

63
70
84
100
113
159
175

18 AWG = 1 mm

22644
22645
22646
22647
22648
22649
22650

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
10G1
12G1

.37
.38
.42
.46
.48
.58
.59

9.5
9.6
10.6
11.6
12.1
14.7
15.1

66.7
86.2
96.8
108.3
141.2
190.0
209.8

130
151
169
198
236
248
364

87
101
113
133
158
166
244

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


22651
22652
22653
22654
22655
22656
22657

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5

Resistant to:
High molecular oils
Fat from vegetables and animals
Alcohol
Plasticizers and clophenes
Diluted acids
Alkalis and salt solutions
Oxidation substances
Tropical influences and weather
Salt water
Oxygen and UV-radiation
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
22637
22638
22639
22640
22641
22642
22643

APPLICATIONS
UL/CSA approved silicone cables are
used wherever insulation is subjected
to extreme temperature changes. They
can be used at temperatures as low as
-50 C and up to 150 C. Silicone cables
are halogen-free and especially suited
for installation in power plants. Further
uses include steel mills, aviation industry, ship building, ceramic, glass and
cement factories. Due to the flexibility
of the cables, they are used as patch
cables. Interference-free transmission
of signals and pulses is assured by the
dense shield.

.42
.43
.46
.52
.56
.68
.70

10.6
11.0
11.6
13.1
14.1
17.3
17.9

87.7
103.5
131.7
148.5
193.4
268.5
298.4

22658
22659
22660
22661
22662

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5

22663
22664

4G4
5G4

22665
22666

4G6
5G6

22667

4G10

.47
.50
.55
.59
.67

12.0
12.7
14.0
15.1
16.9

122.3
147.7
188.6
214.9
265.7

226
271
332
384
478

152
182
223
258
321

516
641

346
430

773
980

518
657

1284

861

12 AWG = 4 mm2
.67
.75

17.0
19.1

294.0
374.0

10 AWG = 6 mm2
.73
.84

18.6
21.3

449.0
563.0

8 AWG = 10 mm2
1.00

25.5

759.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

169
191
230
272
341
478
521

113
128
154
182
229
321
349

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

75

Extreme Temperature Silicone


Hook-up Wire SiF, SiF/GL, SiD & SiD/GL
Halogen free Wide temperature range -60 to 180 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special silicone single conductor


hook-up wire with exceptional temperature range per DIN VDE 0250 part 1
and part 502
Temperature range
-60 C to +180 C (up to 220 C for
short term exposure)
Nominal voltage
500 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Minimum bending radius 15 x cable
(SiD only for fixed installations)
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Halogen free per DIN VDE 0472 part
813 and IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to VDE
0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

Type SiF:
Tinned copper conductors.
Fine wire stranding:
0.25 mm2 = 14 AWG x 0.15 mm
0.5 mm2 = 20 AWG per DIN VDE 0295
cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5 (page XX).
Silicone conductor insulation.
Type SiFF:
Same as SiF, but with extra fine highly
flexible stranding:
0.25 to 1.0 mm2 - cl. 6 col. 7 (page XX).
(single strand 0.05 mm)
1.5 to 10 mm2 - cl. 6 col. 6 (page XX).
(single strand 0.07 mm)
Type SiF/GL:
Same as SiF, but with fiberglass braiding.
Type SiD:
Solid tinned copper conductor, silicone
insulated.
Type SiD/GL:
Same as SiD, but with an additional
fiberglass braiding.

Silicone hook-up wires for high and low


temperature areas. They are used mainly in the steel producing industry, aviation, ship building, cement, glass and
ceramic factories. The cables are halogen free. Especially suited for use in
power plants.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2) (AWG)

Type SiF*
0.25
24
0.5
20
0.75
18
1
17
1.5
16
2.5
14
4
12
6
10
10
8
16
6
25
4
35
2
50
1
70
2/0
95
3/0
120
4/0
150 300 MCM
185 350 MCM

.07
.08
.09
.10
.11
.13
.17
.20
.28
.33
.41
.46
.55
.63
.73
.79
.91
.98

1.9
2.1
2.4
2.5
2.8
3.4
4.2
5.2
7.0
8.4
10.3
11.6
13.9
16.0
18.4
20.0
23.0
24.9

Type SiF/GL
2.4
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0
1776.0

5.5
8.6
11.8
13.5
18.5
30.0
47.3
71.1
119.4
187.7
289.6
398.3
559.7
765.8
1031.5
1284.6
1563.4
1858.2

4
6
8
9
12
20
32
48
80
126
194
267
375
514
692
861
1048
1246

2.4
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0

6.0
10.0
13.0
15.0
19.0
32.0
50.0
73.0
125.0

4
7
9
10
13
21
34
49
84

Type SiFF*
451..
452..
453..
454..
455..
456..
457..
458..
459..

0.25
0.5
0.75
1
1.5
2.5
4
6
10

24
20
18
17
16
14
12
10
8

Note:
Fixed installations are allowed only in
open and ventilated pipe systems or
ducts. Mechanical properties may be
reduced by enclosed air temperatures
in excess of 90 C.

Part
No. Cond x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2) (AWG)
232..
233..
234..
235..
236..
237..
238..
239..
246...
247...
248...
23953
23954
23955
23956
23957
23958
23959

Special Features
Excellent resistance against high
molecular oils, fats from vegetables
and animals, alcohol, plasticizers and
clophenes, diluted acids, alkalis and
salt solutions, lake water, oxygen and
UV-radiation.

.07
.08
.10
.11
.12
.15
.18
.22
.30

1.9
2.1
2.5
2.7
3.0
3.8
4.6
5.7
7.6

*Add the last two digits of part numbers ending in .. to identify color.
00 Green
05 White
10 Clear
01 Black
06 Grey
11 Pink
02 Red
07 Violet
12 Beige
03 Blue
08 Yellow
13 Twin Color
04 Brown
09 Orange
76

47001
47002
47003
47004
47005
47006
47007
47008
47009
47010
47011
47012
47013

0.25
0.5
0.75
1
1.5
2.5
4
6
10
16
25
35
50

24
20
18
17
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1

.09
.10
.11
.12
.13
.15
.19
.22
.30
.35
.43
.48
.57

461..
462..
463..
464..
465..
466..
467..
468..
469..

0.2
0.28
0.5
0.75
1
1.5
2.5
4
6

20
18
17
16
14
12
10

.07
.07
.08
.08
.09
.10
.13
.15
.17

47014
47015
47016
47017
47018
47019
47020

0.5
0.75
1
1.5
2.5
4
6

20
18
17
16
14
12
10

.10
.11
.11
.12
.14
.17
.19

2.4
2.6
2.9
3.0
3.3
3.9
4.7
5.7
7.5
8.9
10.8
12.1
14.4

2.4
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0

7.7
12.4
16.2
18.2
23.4
35.2
53.5
77.4
129.2
198.4
303.0
413.2
577.8

5
8
11
12
16
24
36
52
87
133
203
277
388

1.9
2.7
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0

4.2
5.1
7.5
10.2
12.6
18.1
28.7
45.2
64.3

3
4
5
7
8
12
19
30
43

4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
36.0
58.0

10.0
15.0
19.0
28.0
40.0
55.0
80.0

7
10
13
19
27
37
54

Type SiD*
1.7
1.8
2.0
2.1
2.3
2.5
3.2
3.9
4.4

Type SiD/GL
2.5
2.7
2.8
3.1
3.7
4.4
4.9

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Extreme Temperature Hook-up Wire


HELUTHERM 145
Flexible Electron beam cross linked jacket Halogen free -55 145 C

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Halogen free single conductors for


elevated temperatures
Temperature range
Flexing
-35 C to +120 C
Stationary
-55 C to +145 C
Nominal voltage
Uo/ U 450/750V 0.75 mm2 (18 AWG)
Uo/ U 600/1000V 1 mm2 (17 AWG)
Test voltage 3500 VAC
Minimum bending radius
approx. 4 x cable
Tests per VDE 0472
Flame test per part 804 C. IEC 603323 and HD 504.3
Corrosion resistance per part 813 and
IEC 60754-2 and HD 602
Halogen free per part 815 and IEC
60754-1
Smoke density per VDE 0472 part
816, IEC 61034-1/2, HD 606 and BS
7622 part 1 and 2, test method C
Call us for heat rise information.
For power rating see back of catalog.

Tinned copper wires per DIN VDE 0295


cl. 5 and IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Conductor insulation electron beam
cross linked polyolefin-copolymer.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing.

These temperature resistant wires are


used for internal wiring of lighting fixtures, heaters, electrical machinery,
control panels and plant installations.
They are suitable for installation on, in
and under stucco or drywall. They can
be used in- and outdoors. Installation in
conduit is allowed, however, they are
not tray rated and cannot be installed in
racks, trays or tanks. When used in a
protected environment, they can operate at 1,000 VAC or 750 VDC. These
halogen free wires have an amazing tolerance to elevated temperatures and
contribute to the safety in installations
in critical applications.

Features
Halogen free design prevents formation of toxic and corrosive gases.
Limited fire and smoke propagation.
Abrasion and chafing resistance.
Oil, UV and Ozone resistant.
Resistant to liquid solder and contact
with soldering iron = 380 C.
Since the insulation can tolerate elevated temperatures, smaller AWG sizes
may be used.

Cross Section Nom. O.D. Cop. Wt.


Part Number
(mm2) (AWG) (in) (mm) (kg/km) Gn/Yl Black Lt. Blue Brown Red White Grey Violet Yellow Orange Green Dk. Blue Beige Twintone
0.25
24
0.33
22
0.5
20
0.75
18
1
17
1.5
16
2.5
14
4
12
6
10
10
8
16
6
25
4
35
2
50
1
70
2/0
95
3/0
120
4/0
150 300 MCM
185 350 MCM
240 500 MCM

.06
.07
.07
.09
.10
.11
.14
.17
.21
.26
.33
.40
.46
.54
.62
.72
.80
.87
.98
1.09

1.6
1.7
1.9
2.2
2.5
2.9
3.5
4.3
5.4
6.7
8.4
10.2
11.6
13.7
15.8
18.2
20.2
22.1
24.8
27.7

2.4
3.0
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0
1776.0
2304.0

50998
51166
51280
51294
51308
51322
51336
51350
51364
51378
51419
51433
51447
51461
51475
51489
51503
51517
51531
51545

50999
51167
51281
51295
51309
51323
51337
51351
51365
51379
51420
51434
51448
51462
51476
51490
51504
51518
51532
51546

51070
51168
51282
51296
51310
51324
51338
51352
51366
51380
51421
51435
51449
51463
51477
51491
51505
51519
51533
51547

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

51071
51169
51283
51297
51311
51325
51339
51353
51367
51381
51422
51436
51450
51464
51478
51492
51506
51520
51534
51548

51072
51170
51284
51298
51312
51326
51340
51354
51368
51382
51423
51437
51451
51465
51479
51493
51507
51521
51535
51549

51073
51171
51285
51299
51313
51327
51341
51355
51369
51383
51424
51438
51452
51466
51480
51494
51508
51522
51536
51550

51074
51172
51286
51300
51314
51328
51342
51356
51370
51384
51425
51439
51453
51467
51481
51495
51509
51523
51537
51551

51075
51173
51287
51301
51315
51329
51343
51357
51371
51385
51426
51440
51454
51468
51482
51496
51510
51524
51538
51552

51076
51174
51288
51302
51316
51330
51344
51358
51372
51386
51427
51441
51455
51469
51483
51497
51511
51525
51539
51553

51077
51175
51289
51303
51317
51331
51345
51359
51373
51387
51428
51442
51456
51470
51484
51498
51512
51526
51540
51554

51078
51176
51290
51304
51318
51332
51346
51360
51374
51388
51429
51443
51457
51471
51485
51499
51513
51527
51541
51555

51079
51177
51291
51305
51319
51333
51347
51361
51375
51389
51430
51444
51458
51472
51486
51500
51514
51528
51542
51556

51164
51178
51292
51306
51320
51334
51348
51362
51376
51390
51431
51445
51459
51473
51487
51501
51515
51529
51543
51557

51165
51179
51293
51307
51321
51335
51349
51363
51377
51391
51432
51446
51460
51474
51488
51502
51516
51530
51544
51558

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

77

Halogen-free Control Cable JZ-500 HMH


Flexible Number Coded Fire & Oil resistant Clean room compatible 70 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Halogen free flexible control cable per


DIN VDE 0281 part 14 and DIN VDE
0281 part 13
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500V
Test voltage
2000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 15 x cable
Conductor resistance per DIN VDE
0295 table 3
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)
Tests per VDE 0472
Flame test per part 804 C. IEC 60332-3
and HD 405.3
Corrosiveness of flammable gases per part
813 and IEC 60754-2 and HD 602 and 606
Halogen free per part 815 and IEC 60754-1
Smoke density per VDE 0472 part 816,
test method C, IEC 61034-1/2, HD 606
and BS 7622 part 1 and 2

Bare copper conductors, fine wire


stranded per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and
IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Conductor insulation halogen-free
polymer compound HI2 per DIN VDE
0207 part 23.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground conductor in the
outer layer (3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Halogen-free jacket compound HM2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 24, outer jacket
color grey.

Halogen-free, flame retardant control


cables are used as measuring and control cables in machine tools, conveyer
belts, production lines, plant installations, air-conditioning and steel production facilities. For fixed installations
or flexible applications without forced
movements and without tensile force,
for medium mechanical stress. This
cable is suitable for application in dry,
damp and wet environments and also
for laying on, in and under drywall, as
well as in concrete and masonry. Do not
install in concrete which is vibrated or
compressed before curing.
It can also be used in clean room applications.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.
(mm2)

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


11201 OZ
11202
11203
11204
11205
11206
11207
11208
11209
11210
11211
11212
11213
11214
11215
11216
11217
11218
11219
11220

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
8G0.5
10G0.5
12G0.5
16G0.5
18G0.5
20G0.5
25G0.5
30G0.5
34G0.5
37G0.5
41G0.5
42G0.5
50G0.5
61G0.5
65G0.5

11221 OZ
11222
11223
11224
11225
11226
11227
11228
11229
11230

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
8G0.75
10G0.75
12G0.75
16G0.75
18G0.75

.19
.20
.22
.24
.29
.31
.35
.36
.39
.40
.44
.51
.53
.57
.59
.62
.62
.68
.76
.76

4.8
5.1
5.7
6.2
7.4
8.0
8.8
9.1
10.0
10.7
11.2
13.0
13.5
14.5
15.0
15.8
15.8
17.3
19.4
19.4

9.6
14.4
19.0
24.0
33.6
38.0
48.0
58.0
76.0
86.0
96.0
120.0
144.0
163.0
178.0
197.0
202.0
240.0
293.0
312.0

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


45
60
70
90
125
140
160
180
215
280
310
330
390
420
480
510
530
580
980
1020

30
40
47
60
84
94
113
127
152
197
218
233
275
296
338
359
374
409
657
719

60
75
100
125
170
190
215
250
330
360

40
50
67
84
114
127
144
168
235
241

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.20
.22
.25
.27
.32
.35
.38
.39
.45
.47

5.2
5.5
6.2
6.8
8.1
8.9
9.6
9.9
11.5
11.9

14.4
21.6
29.0
36.0
50.0
58.0
72.0
86.0
115.0
130.0

NOTES:
* Fire retardant and non-corrosive
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

11231
11232
11233
11234
11235
11236
11237
11238
11239
11240

20G0.75
25G0.75
30G0.75
34G0.75
37G0.75
41G0.75
42G0.75
50G0.75
61G0.75
65G0.75

11241 OZ
11242
11243
11244
11245
11246
11247
11248
11249
11250
11251
11252
11253
11254
11255
11256
11257
11258
11259

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
8G1
10G1
12G1
16G1
18G1
20G1
25G1
34G1
37G1
41G1
42G1
50G1
61G1
65G1

.49
.57
.61
.65
.68
.69
.69
.78
.80
.85

12.6
14.5
15.4
16.4
17.2
17.6
17.6
19.8
20.8
21.5

144.0
180.0
216.0
245.0
260.0
296.0
302.0
360.0
439.0
468.0

500
698
720
770
795
800
840
990
1280
1530

335
468
483
516
533
537
563
664
858
1026

66
90
120
146
210
225
270
303
406
425
505
600
776
833
925
950
1030
1140
1304

44
60
80
98
141
151
180
203
272
285
339
402
520
559
620
637
691
765
875

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.22
.24
.26
.28
.34
.39
.41
.42
.47
.50
.53
.61
.69
.72
.74
.74
.83
.87
.90

5.5
6.0
6.6
7.2
8.6
9.4
10.4
10.7
12.0
12.7
13.5
15.6
17.4
18.4
18.9
18.9
21.0
22.2
22.8

19.2
29.0
38.4
48.0
67.0
77.0
96.0
115.0
154.0
173.0
192.0
240.0
326.0
355.0
394.0
403.0
480.0
586.0
628.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Continued on next page

78

Halogen-free Control Cable JZ-500 HMH


Flexible Number Coded Fire & Oil resistant Clean room compatible 70 C / 500 V

Continued from previous page

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Halogen free flexible control cable per


DIN VDE 0282 part 9 and DIN VDE
0250 part 214
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500V
Test voltage
2000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 15 x cable
Conductor resistance per DIN VDE
0295 table 3
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)
Tests per VDE 0472
Flame test per part 804 C. IEC 60332-3
and HD 405.3
Corrosiveness of flammable gases per part
813 and IEC 60754-2 and HD 602 and 606
Halogen free per part 815 and IEC 60754-1
Smoke density per VDE 0472 part 816,
test method C, IEC 61034-1/2, HD 606
and BS 7622 part 1 and 2

Bare copper conductors, fine wire


stranded per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and
IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Conductor insulation halogen-free
polymer compound HI2 per DIN VDE
0207 part 23.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground conductor in the
outer layer (3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Halogen-free jacket compound HM2,
per DIN VDE 0207 part 24, outer jacket
color grey.

Halogen-free, flame retardant control


cables are used as measuring and control cables in machine tools, conveyer
belts, production lines, plant installations, air-conditioning and steel production facilities. For fixed installations
or flexible applications without forced
movements and without tensile force,
for medium mechanical stress. This
cable is suitable for application in dry,
damp and wet environments and also
for laying on, in and under drywall, as
well as in concrete and masonry. Do not
install in concrete which is vibrated or
compressed before curing.
It can also be used in clean room applications.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm

10 AWG = 6 mm2

11260 OZ
11261
11262
11263
11264
11265
11266
11267
11268
11269
11270
11271
11272
11273
11274
11275
11276

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
8G1.5
10G1.5
12G1.5
16G1.5
18G1.5
20G1.5
25G1.5
34G1.5
37G1.5
50G1.5
61G1.5
65G1.5

11277 OZ
11278
11279
11280
11281
11282
11283
11284
11285
11286
11287
11288
11289

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
8G2.5
10G2.5
12G2.5
16G2.5
18G2.5
20G2.5
25G2.5
30G2.5

.28
.31
.34
.38
.46
.51
.56
.57
.65
.70
.73
.85
.96
.96
1.17
1.28
1.31

7.2
7.9
8.6
9.6
11.6
12.9
14.2
14.5
16.6
17.7
18.6
21.5
24.3
24.3
29.7
32.6
33.4

29.0
43.0
58.0
72.0
101.0
115.0
144.0
173.0
230.0
259.0
288.0
360.0
490.0
533.0
720.0
878.0
936.0

100
120
155
200
208
340
360
375
440
590
680
801
1050
1140
1410
1630
1810

67
81
104
134
140
228
242
252
296
396
454
538
706
766
948
1093
1216

150
180
236
296
363
378
444
571
730
800
1070
1100
1280

101
121
159
199
244
254
298
384
491
588
719
739
850

199
282
369
444
525
603
798
984
1350
1510

134
190
248
298
353
405
536
661
907
1015

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.31
.33
.37
.42
.51
.55
.62
.69
.72
.76
.81
.93
.98

8.0
8.5
9.5
10.7
13.0
14.0
15.8
16.3
18.2
19.4
20.6
23.7
24.9

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0
168.0
192.0
240.0
288.0
384.0
432.0
480.0
600.0
720.0

12 AWG = 4 mm2
11290 OZ
11291
11292
11293
11294
11295
11296
11297
11298
11299

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4
8G4
10G4
12G4
16G4
18G4

.39
.42
.46
.52
.63
.70
.77
.80
.90
.95

9.8
10.6
11.7
13.2
16.0
17.8
19.6
20.2
22.8
24.2

NOTES:
* Fire retardant and non-corrosive
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground

77.0
115.0
154.0
192.0
269.0
307.0
384.0
481.0
614.0
691.0

11300 OZ
11301
11302
11303
11304

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

.47
.50
.56
.62
.69

11305 OZ
11306
11307
11308
11309

2x10
3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

11310 OZ
11311
11312
11313
11314

2x16
3G16
4G16
5G16
7G16

11315
11316
11317

3G25
4G25
5G25

11318
11319
11320

3G35
4G35
5G35

11321
11322
11323

3G50
4G50
5G50

11324
11325
11326
11327
11328
11329
11330
11331

3G70
4G70
5G70
3G95
4G95
5G95
3G120
4G120

12.0
12.7
14.1
15.8
17.6

115.0
173.0
230.0
288.0
403.0

266
399
590
715
963

179
268
396
480
647

490
750
908
1120
1460

329
504
510
753
981

665
998
1338
1685
1869

447
671
899
1132
1256

1245
1681
2099

837
1116
1411

1664
2210
2765

1118
1485
1858

2678
3087
4133

1800
2074
2777

3339
4295
5715
4914
5817
7278
5515
7350

2244
2886
3840
3302
3909
4891
3706
4939

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.59
.64
.71
.78
.89

15.0
16.2
18.0
19.8
22.5

192.0
288.0
384.0
480.0
672.0

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.63
.74
.81
.93
1.03

17.3
18.7
20.6
23.5
26.2

307.0
461.0
614.0
768.0
1075.0

4 AWG = 25 mm2
.96
1.09
1.21

24.5
27.7
30.8

720.0
960.0
1200.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2
1.17
1.33
1.48

29.8
33.7
37.7

1008.0
1344.0
1680.0

1 AWG = 50 mm2
1.33
1.50
1.86

33.8
38.0
42.1

1440.0
1920.0
2400.0

Misc. Conductor Sizes**


1.58
1.74
1.91
1.83
2.02
2.72
1.46
2.16

40.2
44.2
48.5
46.6
51.2
56.3
49.8
54.8

2016.0
2688.0
3360.0
2736.0
3648.0
4560.0
3456.0
4608.0

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.


x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
** 2/0 = 70 mm2, 3/0 = 95 mm2,
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.
4/0 = 120 mm2

79

Halogen-free Control Cable JZ-500 HMH-C

Flexible Number Coded Fire & Oil resistant Clean room compatible 70 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Halogen free flexible control cable per


DIN VDE 0281 part 14 and DIN VDE
0281 part 13
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500V
Test voltage
2000 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 15 x cable
Conductor resistance per DIN VDE
0295 table 3
Coupling resistance max. 250 Ohm/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 100 Mrad)
Tests per VDE 0482
Flame test per part 804 C. IEC 60332-3
and HD 405.3
Corrosiveness of flammable gases per part
813 and IEC 60754-2 and HD 602 and 606
Halogen free per part 815 and IEC 60754-1
Smoke density per VDE 0482 part 268,
test method C, IEC 61034-1+2, HD 606
and BS 7622 part 1 and 2

Bare copper conductors, fine wire


stranded per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and
IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Conductor insulation halogen-free
polymer compound T16 per DIN VDE
0281 part 14.
Black conductors with consecutive
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green/yellow ground conductor in the
outer layer (3 conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Separating tape.
Tinned copper braided shield approx.
85%.
Halogen-free jacket compound TM7,
per DIN VDE 0281 part 14, outer jacket
color grey.

Halogen-free, flame retardant control


cables are used for instrumentation and
control cables in machine tools, conveyer belts, production lines, in plant
construction, air-conditioning systemsas well as iron and steel plants. For
fixed installations or flexing applications without forced movements and
without tensile force, for medium
mechanical stress loads.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm )

(mm2)

20 AWG = 0.5 mm

12 AWG = 4 mm2

2x0.5
3G0.5
4G0.5
5G0.5
7G0.5
12G0.5
18G0.5
25G0.5

.24
.25
.27
.29
.35
.43
.51
.62

5.1
6.0
6.8
7.4
8.8
10.9
13.0
13.5

32.1
39.2
46.1
52.1
68.3
117.0
156.2
205.5

11766 OZ
11768
11769
11770
11771

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4
7G4

11781 OZ
11782
11783
11784
11785

2x6
3G6
4G6
5G6
7G6

11786 OZ
11787
11788
11789
11790

2x10
3G10
4G10
5G10
7G10

44
54
67
87
108
475
257
363

11793
11794
11812

4G16
5G16
7G16

11795
11796
11797

3G25
4G25
5G25

88
100
125
158
210
340
480
702

59
67
84
106
141
228
323
472

11798
11799
11800

3G35
4G35
5G35

11801
11802
11803

3G50
4G50
5G50

132
168
195
222
345
572

89
113
131
149
232
384

46
56
62
75
98
158
216
315

31
38
42
50
66
106
145
212

60
68
78
95
130
203
290
413

40
46
52
64
87
136
195
278

66
80
100
130
160
260
382
540

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


11678 OZ
11679
11680
11681
11682
11685
11687
11689

2x0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
7G0.75
12G0.75
18G0.75
25G0.75

11700 OZ
11701
11702
11703
11704
11707
11709
11711

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1
7G1
12G1
18G1
25G1

11722 OZ
11723
11724
11725
11726
11729
11731
11733

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5
12G1.5
18G1.5
25G1.5

11744 OZ
11745
11746
11747
11748
11751

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5
12G2.5

.26
.28
.30
.33
.39
.49
.58
.71

6.6
7.0
7.6
8.4
10.0
12.4
14.8
18.1

39.3
49.4
57.2
69.0
87.1
151.2
207.5
275.8

17 AWG = 1 mm2
.27
.28
.31
.35
.42
.51
.63
.76

6.9
7.2
7.9
8.8
10.7
13.0
15.9
19.2

46.3
56.4
69.7
85.4
107.3
187.0
253.5
342.6

.31
.33
.37
.40
.49
.61
.72
.89

7.8
8.4
9.4
10.2
12.4
15.5
18.4
22.7

63.3
76.2
96.2
111.5
148.0
254.5
367.7
492.4

8.6
9.1
10.1
11.2
13.6
17.0

NOTES:
* Fire resistant and non-corrosive
OZ = Without ground conductor
G = Number of conductors includes ground

96.4
148.5
174.2
200.8
235.6
441.0

10.6
11.2
12.4
13.8
16.9

135.5
178.1
220.3
328.0
355.2

184
238
305
388
504

124
160
205
261
339

.49
.52
.59
.65
.76

12.4
13.3
14.9
16.4
18.3

175.3
240.0
305.7
441.8
506.0

270
328
416
510
670

181
220
280
343
450

420
495
785
855
1309

282
332
526
575
879

882
1293
2149

593
869
1444

1432
1911
2414

962
1284
1622

1914
2542
3180

1286
1708
2137

3080
3550
4753

2070
2386
3194

8 AWG = 10 mm2
.62
.66
.73
.81
.91

15.7
16.8
18.6
20.7
23.2

265.2
370.5
486.0
611.2
820.5

6 AWG = 16 mm2
.86
.96
1.07

21.8
24.3
27.2

810.2
1050.7
1183.0

4 AWG = 25 mm2
1.01
1.14
1.25

25.8
28.9
31.8

792.0
1280.0
1440.0

2 AWG = 35 mm2

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


.34
.36
.40
.44
.54
.67

.42
.44
.49
.54
.67

10 AWG = 6 mm2

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

80

Interference-free transmission of signals is accomplished by the effective


braided shield.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

11656 OZ
11657
11658
11659
11660
11663
11665
11667

This cable is suitable for use in dry,


damp and wet environments for installation above, on and under plaster, as
well as in masonry and concrete walls.
Do not install in concrete which is
vibrated or compressed before curing.

1.21
1.37
1.54

30.9
34.8
39.0

1110.0
1690.0
1930.0

1 AWG = 50 mm2
1.63
1.78
1.95

35.7
39.2
43.3

1584.0
2315.0
2694.0

Misc. Conductor Sizes**

11804
3G70
1.63
41.4
2218.0
3840
2580
11805
4G70
1.78
45.3
3020.0
4939
3317
11806
5G70
1.95
49.6
3696.0
6572
4416
11807
3G95
1.88
47.7
3010.0
5651
3797
11808
4G95
2.06
52.4
4013.0
6690
4495
11809
5G95
2.26
57.5
5016.0
8370
5625
11810
3G120
2.01
51.0
3802.0
6342
4262
11811
4G120
2.20
56.0
5067.0
8453
5680
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
** 2/0 = 70 mm2, 3/0 = 95 mm2,
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.
4/0 = 120 mm2

Halogen-free Hook-up Wire


H05Z-K / H07Z-K
Flexible

Many colors Rubber insulated

Fine stranding

90 C / 750 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Rubber-insulated single conductor


wires for low emission of smoke and
corrosive gases in case of fire per
VDE 0282 part 9 and HD 22.9 S2
Temperature range
-40 C to +90 C
Max. operating temperature near the
conductor is 90 C
Conductor resistance per DIN VDE
0295 cl. 5
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 450/ 750 V
Test voltage 2500 V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 8 x cable
Radiation resistance up to 20 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)

Bare or tinned copper conductor, fine


wire stranding, per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5,
IEC 60228, HD383.
Conductor identification according to
DIN VDE 0293.
Separator over conductor permitted.
Conductor insulation cross-linked polyolefin, compound type E15 per DIN
VDE 0282 part 1.
Tests
Flame test per VDE 0472 part 804, test
method B and IEC 60332-1.
Ozone resistant per HD 505.2.1 and 811.
Smoke density per HD 606, IEC
61043-1, 61034-2 and BS 7622 part 1
and 2.

Halogen-free single conductor wires are


used for installation in dry environments for wiring lighting fixtures and
units where valuable assets are to be
protected from further damage resulting from fire. These cables may be
installed on, in and under drywall, as
well as in non-vented ducts. When used
in railroad cars, max 900 V between
phase and ground is permissible.
Alternating nominal voltage up to 1000
V or direct voltage up to 750 V is
acceptable when used inside enclosures.

Cross
Nom.
Cop. Weight
Section
O.D.
Wt.
Black
mm2 AWG (in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km)

Green
Yellow

Blue

Brown

Part Number
Red
White

Grey

Violet

Yellow

52876
52885
52894

52878
52887
52896

52879
52888
52897

52880
52889
52898

51774
51783
51792
51801
51810
51819
51828
51837
51846
51855
51864
51873
51882
51891
51900

51775
51784
51793
51802
51811
51820
51829
51838
51847
51856
51865
51874
51883
51892
51901

51776
51785
51794
51803
51812
51821
51830
51839
51848
51857
51866
51875
51884
51893
51902

H05Z-K (Coils 100m = 328 ft.)


0.5
0.75
1

20
18
17

.09
.10
.10

2.3
2.5
2.6

4.8
7.2
9.6

9.0
12.4
15.0

1.5
16 .14 3.5
2.5
14 .16 4.0
4
12 .19 4.8
6
10 .24 6.0
10
8 .26 6.7
16
6 .32 8.2
25
4 .40 10.2
35
2 .45 11.5
50
1 .54 13.6
70
2/0 .63 16.0
95
3/0 .72 18.4
120
4/0 .80 20.3
150 300MCM .89 22.7
185 350MCM 1.00 25.3
240 500MCM 1.11 28.3

14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0
1776.0
2304.0

24.0
35.0
51.0
71.0
118.0
180.0
278.0
375.0
560.0
780.0
952.0
1200.0
1505.0
1845.0
2400.0

52872
52881
52890

52873
52882
52891

52874
52883
52892

52875
52884
52893

52877
52886
52895

H07Z-K (Coils, spools or Drums Call for details)


51768
51777
51786
51795
51804
51813
51822
51831
51840
51849
51858
51867
51876
51885
51894

51769
51778
51787
51796
51805
51814
51823
51832
51841
51850
51859
51868
51877
51886
51895

NOTES:
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

51770
51779
51788
51797
51806
51815
51824
51833
51842
51851
51860
51869
51878
51887
51896

51771
51780
51789
51798
51807
51816
51825
51834
51843
51852
51861
51870
51879
51888
51897

51772
51781
51790
51799
51808
51817
51826
51835
51844
51853
51862
51871
51880
51889
51898

51773
51782
51791
51800
51809
51818
51827
51836
51845
51854
51863
51872
51881
51890
51899

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

81

Halogen-free Cable DATAFLAMM


Flexible

Color coded Fire & Oil resistant 70 C / 500 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special data cable


Special polyethylene conductor insulation
Temperature range
Flexing
+5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage 0.14 mm2 = 350 V
>0.14 mm2 = 500 V
Test voltage
0.14 mm2 = 800 V
>0.14 mm2 = 1200 V
Minimum bending radius
stationary installation 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 2 GOhm x km
Capacitance
conductor / conductor < 70nF/km
Radiation resistance up to 100 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 1000 Mrad)
Corrosiveness of combustion gases
per DIN VDE 0472 part 813, IEC
60754-2 and HD 602
Halogen-free per DIN VDE 0472 part
813 and IEC 60754-1

Bare copper, fine wire conductors, per


DIN VDE 0812 (example: 0.34 mm2
7 x 0.25 mm).
PE-insulation compound type 2YJ1 per
DIN VDE 0207 part 2.
Conductors color coded per DIN
47100, see page 97.
Conductors twisted in layers with optimal lay-length.
Halogen-free outer jacket per DIN VDE
0207 part 24, compound type HM2,
jacket color grey..
Halogen-free jacket compound flame
retardant and self-extinguishing, test
method B according to VDE 0472 part
804 and IEC 60332-1.

DATAFLAMM halogen-free cables are


used as connecting cable for signal,
measuring, control, two-way intercom
systems, clock installations, electronic
weighing equipment and electrical
apparatus for office requirements. The
cables are suitable for installation in
dry, damp and wet environments as
well as under masonry and in concrete.

Also available with braided shield


and twisted pairs. See our web site.

The halogen-free thermoplastic jacket


produces neither corrosive nor toxic
gases.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)

26 AWG = 0.14 mm2


2x0.14
3x0.14
4x0.14
5x0.14
6x0.14
7x0.14
8x0.14
10x0.14
12x0.14
15x0.14
18x0.14
21x0.14
25x0.14
30x0.14
34x0.14
40x0.14
50x0.14

PE-insulated conductors compared to


PVC-insulted conductors assure superior capacitance values. These cables are
generally installed in telecommunications equipment and data transmission
systems in public buildings, laboratories, department stores where in case of
fire, flame propagation must be avoided.

Part
No. Cond. x Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
(in) (mm)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Number cross sec.

(mm2)
52300
52301
52302
52303
52304
52305
52306
52307
52308
52309
52310
52311
52312
52313
52314
52315
52316

APPLICATIONS

.13
.14
.15
.16
.17
.17
.19
.22
.24
.26
.28
.31
.33
.35
.36
.41
.49

3.3
3.5
3.7
4.1
4.2
4.4
4.8
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.8
8.3
8.8
9.2
10.4
12.5

2.6
4.0
5.3
6.6
7.9
9.2
10.3
13.2
16.0
20.1
23.7
27.9
33.4
39.3
45.5
53.6
64.9

22 AWG = 0.34 mm2


14
17
19
23
25
27
30
38
45
57
65
76
88
98
111
139
164

9
11
13
15
17
18
20
26
30
38
44
51
59
66
75
93
110

24 AWG = 0.25 mm2


52317
2x0.25
.14
3.6
4.7
18
12
52318
3x0.25
.15
3.8
7.1
21
14
52319
4x0.25
.16
4.1
9.5
26
17
52320
5x0.25
.18
4.5
12.0
31
21
52321
7x0.25
.20
5.0
16.6
40
27
52322
10x0.25
.25
6.3
24.0
56
38
52323
12x0.25
.26
6.5
28.6
64
43
52324
15x0.25
.29
7.3
36.0
80
54
52330
18x0.25
.31
7.9
43.2
90
60
52331
21x0.25
.34
8.6
50.4
105
71
52325
25x0.25
.36
9.2
59.8
121
81
52326
34x0.25
.43
10.8
81.3
168
113
52327
40x0.25
.45
11.4
96.0
196
132
NOTES:
* FRNC = Fire retardant & non-corrosive
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

52328
52329
52330
52331
52332
52333
52334
52335
52336
52337
52338
52339
52340

2x0.34
3x0.34
4x0.34
5x0.34
7x0.34
10x0.34
12x0.34
15x0.34
18x0.34
21x0.34
25x0.34
34x0.34
40x0.34

52341
52342
52343
52344
52345
52346
52347
52348
52349
52350
52351
52352
52353
52354

2x0.5
3x0.5
4x0.5
5x0.5
7x0.5
10x0.5
12x0.5
15x0.5
18x0.5
21x0.5
25x0.5
30x0.5
34x0.5
40x0.5

52355
52356
52357
52358
52359
52360
52361

2x0.75
3x0.75
4x0.75
5x0.75
7x0.75
10x0.75
12x0.75

.17
.18
.19
.21
.24
.30
.31
.35
.38
.41
.45
.50
.54

4.3
4.5
4.8
5.3
6.0
7.7
8.0
8.8
9.6
10.4
11.4
12.8
13.7

6.4
9.7
13.0
16.4
22.7
32.4
39.1
49.1
59.1
68.3
81.4
111.1
130.5

25
30
35
43
58
80
91
115
135
154
180
233
272

17
20
24
29
39
54
61
77
91
103
121
157
183

30
36
43
56
70
101
117
145
171
197
230
269
301
365

20
24
29
38
47
68
79
97
115
132
155
181
202
245

40
51
61
76
97
137
167

27
34
41
51
65
92
112

20 AWG = 0.5 mm2


.18
.19
.20
.24
.25
.33
.34
.37
.41
.44
.49
.52
.54
.60

4.5
4.8
5.2
6.0
6.4
8.3
8.6
9.5
10.5
11.3
12.4
13.1
13.8
15.2

9.5
14.2
19.2
24.0
33.7
48.0
57.4
72.0
86.4
101.0
120.0
142.6
163.1
192.0

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


.20
.22
.24
.26
.29
.37
.40

5.2
5.5
6.1
6.7
7.3
9.5
10.2

14.3
21.5
28.6
36.1
50.3
72.0
86.2

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

82

European Harmonized Power


Cordage H05VV-F
Flexible Color coded 70 C / 300 - 825 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

PVC control cables per DIN VDE 0281


part 5 and IEC 60227-5, HD 21.5 S3
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 300/500 V
Operating voltage max. permissible
in three phase and one phase
a.c. system
Uo/ U 330/550 V
in direct current system
Uo/ U 495/825 V
Test voltage 2000 V
Minimum bending radius
flexing 7.5 x cable
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228 cl. 5 and HD
383.
PVC conductor insulation, TI2 per DIN
VDE 0207 part 4.
Conductors color coded per DIN VDE
0293.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
PVC outer jacket in white or black.
PVC outer jacket, TM2 per DIN VDE
0207 part 5.
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.

These cables are suited for medium


mechanical stress in damp and wet
environments such as refrigerators,
washing machines, spin dryers and
other appliances, as long as it meets
applicable equipment specifications.
These cables are also suited for cooking
and heating apparatus, provided the
cable does not come in direct contact
with hot parts of the apparatus, or any
other heat source. Further applications
of this cable include: Fixed installation
in furniture, partition walls, decorative
covering, and in hollow spaces of prefabricated building parts. They are not
suitable for use in outdoors, industrial,
except clothing manufacture, or farming applications.

Part No. Cond. x Color Nominal


Number cross sec.
O.D.
(mm )

(in) (mm)

Cop.
Wt.

Approx.
Weight

(kg/km)

(kg/km) (lbs/mft)

Part No. Cond. x Color Nominal


Number cross sec.
O.D.
(mm )

18 AWG = 0.75 mm2


29450
29451
29452
29453
29454
29455
29456
29457

2x0.75
2x0.75
3G0.75
3G0.75
4G0.75
4G0.75
5G0.75
5G0.75

29458
29459
29460
29461
29462
29463
29464
29465
29466
29467

2x1
2x1
3G1
3G1
4G1
4G1
5G1
5G1
7G1*
7G1*

bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh

.25
.25
.27
.27
.29
.29
.33
.33

6.4
6.4
6.8
6.8
7.4
7.4
8.3
8.3

.27
.27
.28
.28
.31
.31
.35
.35
.39
.39

6.8
6.8
7.2
7.2
8.0
8.0
8.8
8.8
9.8
9.8

Cop.
Wt.

Approx.
Weight

(kg/km)

(kg/km) (lbs/mft)

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2

14.4
14.4
21.6
21.6
29.0
29.0
36.0
36.0

50
50
60
60
73
73
88
88

33
33
40
40
49
49
59
59

19.0
19.0
29.0
29.0
38.0
38.0
48.0
48.0
67.0
67.0

57
57
73
73
85
85
105
105
131
131

38
38
49
49
57
57
70
70
88
88

17 AWG = 1 mm2
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh

(in) (mm)

NOTES:
This type is also available with UL-approval.
The above list contains a selection of the types we carry in stock.
* These cables with 7 conductors are only available as A-type (Authorized v.s.
Harmonized)
**Manufactured according to
standards
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

29484
29485
29468
29469
29470
29471
29472
29473
29474
29475

2x1.5
2x1.5
3G1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5
5G1.5
7G1.5*
7G1.5*

29478
29479
29480
29481
29482
29483
29486
29487

3G2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5
5G2.5
7G2.5*
7G2.5*

29825
29826
29488
29489
29490
29491

3G4
3G4
4G4
4G4
5G4
5G4

29492
29493

4G6**
4G6**

bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh

.30 7.6
.30 7.6
.32 8.2
.32 8.2
.36 9.2
.36 9.2
.37 9.3
.37 9.3
.43 10.8
.43 10.8

29.0
29.0
43.0
43.0
58.0
58.0
72.0
72.0
101.0
101.0

82
82
95
95
117
117
144
144
183
183

55
55
64
64
78
78
96
96
123
123

72.0
72.0
96.0
96.0
120.0
120.0
168.0
168.0

152
152
192
192
243
243
316
316

102
102
129
129
163
163
212
212

115.0
115.0
154.0
154.0
192.0
192.0

235
235
300
300
361
361

158
158
201
201
242
242

230.0
230.0

490
490

329
329

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh

.40
.40
.44
.44
.49
.49
.51
.51

10.1
10.1
11.2
11.2
12.4
12.4
12.9
12.9

12 AWG = 4 mm2
bl
wh
bl
wh
bl
wh

.44
.44
.49
.49
.54
.54

11.3
11.3
12.5
12.5
13.7
13.7

10 AWG = 6 mm2
bl
wh

.55 13.9
.55 13.9

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

83

European Harmonized US/Canadian


Power Cordage H05VVF/SJT
Flexible Color coded Multiple approvals 70 C / 300 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA
PVC control cables per DIN VDE 0281
part 5 and part 2, IEC 60227-5, HD
21.5 S3 and UL-Std. 62 and CSA 22.2
No. 49
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage
DIN VDE 0281
Uo/ U 300/500 V
UL 62
U 300 V
CSA
U 300 V
Test voltage 2500 V, 5 min.
Minimum bending radius
flexing 7.5 x cable
Spark test 6000 V
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Part
Number

No. Cond. x
cross sec.

Jacket
Color

(mm2)

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228 cl. 5, HD
383 and UL-Std. 62.
PVC insulation, TI2 per DIN VDE 0281
part 1 and class 43 and per UL-Std. 62
(Table 50.182, UL-Std. 1581) according
to CSA-Std. C 22.2 No. 49 Type SJT.
Conductors color coded per DIN VDE
0293, single color.
Green/yellow ground in outer layer (3
conductors and above).
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
PVC outer jacket, TM2 per DIN VDE
0281 part 1 and class 43 to UL-Std. 62
(Table 50.182, UL-Std. 1581) according
to CSA-Std. C 22.2 No. 49 Type SJT.
Jacket color black.
Imprint on the outer jacket: e.g.
HELUKABLE VDE HAR CE E 192384
(UL) SJT xxxx VW-1/LL 113926 CSA
SJT 60 C FT1
PVC flame retardant and self-extinguishing, test method B according to
VDE 0472 part 804, IEC 60332-1 and
HDE 405.1.

These flexible PVC control cables, with


VDE-HAR-UL-CSA approvals, are
designed for the export and domestic
market. They are suited for appliances
with medium mechanical stress, free
movement and without tensile stresses
in households, kitchens and offices.
They are also well suited for appliances
in damp and wet areas (i.e. refrigerators, washing machines, spin-dryers)
as long as mechanically applicable per
the specifications of the equipment.
These cables are also suited for use in
cooking and heating equipment, furniture, partition walls, decorative coverings, tailoring workshops, and in hollow
pre-fabricated building parts. They are
not suited for outdoors, agricultural
plants, or connecting commercial electrical tools.

Insulated Cond.
(in)

(mm)

Nominal O.D.

Cop. Wt.

Approx. Weight

(in)

(mm)

(kg/km)

(kg/km)

(lbs/mft)

.28
.30
.34
.37

7.2
7.6
8.6
9.4

19.2
28.8
38.4
48.0

56
73
86
105

38
49
58
70

7.6
8.3
9.3
10.4

28.8
44.0
58.0
72.0

82
96
117
144

55
64
78
97

.36
.39
.43
.48

9.2
10.0
10.9
12.2

48.0
72.0
96.0
120.0

118
152
192
243

79
102
129
163

.42
.45
.49
.56

10.6
11.5
12.4
14.1

76.8
115.0
154.0
192.0

195
235
300
361

131
158
201
242

18 AWG = 1 mm2
28034
28035
28036
28037

2x1
3G1
4G1
5G1

black
black
black
black

.11
.11
.11
.11

28038
28039
28040
28041

2x1.5
3G1.5
4G1.5
5G1.5

black
black
black
black

.12
.12
.12
.12

28042
28043
28044
28045

2x2.5
3G2.5
4G2.5
5G2.5

black
black
black
black

.14
.14
.14
.14

2.80
2.80
2.80
2.80

16 AWG = 1.5 mm2


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

.30
.33
.37
.41

14 AWG = 2.5 mm2


3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60

12 AWG = 4 mm2
28046
28047
28048
28049

2x4
3G4
4G4
5G4

black
black
black
black

.16
.16
.16
.16

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

84

4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

European Harmonized Rubber Power


Cordage & Hook-up Wire H07 RN-F
Flexible Color coded Heavy duty 60 C / 450 - 1238 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Rubber jacketed cable, H07 RN-F per


DIN VDE 0282 part 4, HD 22.4 S3 and
IEC 60245-4
Temperature range -30 C to +60 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 450/750 V
Operating voltage max. permissible
in three phase and one phase
a.c. system
Uo/ U 476/825 V
d.c system
Uo/ U 619/1238 V
Test voltage 2500 V
Continuous allowable tensile stress
max. 15 N/mm2 under consideration
of total copper cross-sections
Minimum bending radius
Fixed installation
4 x cable
Guided over roller 7.5 x cable
Wound on drum 5 - 7 x cable
Test behavior in fire to test method B
according to VDE 0472 part 804 and
IEC 60332-1)
Insulation ozone resistant per DIN
VDE 0472 part 805, test method A or
part 805 A1, test method C

Bare or tinned copper, fine wire stranding per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228
cl. 5 and HD 383.
Rubber conductor insulation, EI4 per
DIN VDE 0282 part 1.
Insulation thickness per DIN VDE 0282
part 4.
Conductor identification per DIN VDE
0293 and HD 186.
Conductor colors:
up to 5 conductors color coded.
6 and more conductors, black with
numbers
3 conductors and above, with greenyellow ground
2 conductors without green-yellow
ground
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length.
Outer rubber jacket compound per DIN
VDE 0282 part 1.
Jacket thickness per DIN VDE 0282
part 4.

Heavy duty rubber jacketed flexible


cables are suited for use in medium
mechanical stress, dry, damp and wet
areas, as well as agricultural plants and
outdoors. They can also be utilized in
industrial equipment such as boilers,
heating plates, hand lamps, electrical
tools, household goods, mobile
motors, machines and construction
sites. These cables are also suitable for
fixed installation on drywall, in temporary buildings and residential housing.
They can be installed directly on components of machines such as cranes
and lifts. They can also be used in protected and fixed installation in conduit,
and in the rotor connecting the cables
in motors with an operating voltage up
to 1000 V (alternating voltage) or a
direct voltage up to 750 V against
ground. The operating direct voltage is
permitted up to 900 V against ground
when they are used in trains.
Installation allowed in hazardous areas
according to DIN VDE 0165.

Note
The conductor jacket identification for
a single insulated wire is black. For
application as ground, the ends are to
be identified with green-yellow, and if
used as a middle conductor, with light
blue.
Part No. Cond. x
No. cross sec.

AWG

(mm2)
37001
37002
37003
37004
37005
37006
37007
37008
37009
37010
37011
37012
37013
37014
37015
37016
37017
37018

1x1.5
1x2.5
1x4
1x6
1x10
1x16
1x25
1x35
1x50
1x70
1x95
1x120
1x150
1x185
1x240
1x300
1x400
1x500

37019
37020
37021
37022

2x1
2x1.5
2x2.5
2x4

Nominal
O.D. mm

Color code
Conductor colors:
1 = black
2 = brown/blue
3 = green-yellow/brown/blue
4 = green-yellow/black/blue/brown
5 = green-yellow/black/blue/brown/black
6+ = green-yellow/black with consecutive
white numbers
Cop.
Wt.

Approx.
Weight

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

17
16
14
12

5.7 - 7.1
6.3 - 7.9
7.2 - 9.0
7.9 - 9.8
9.5 - 11.9
10.8 - 13.4
12.7 - 15.8
14.3 - 17.9
16.5 - 20.6
18.6 - 23.3
20.8 - 26.0
22.8 - 28.6
25.2 - 31.4
27.6 - 34.4
30.6 - 38.3
33.5 - 41.9
37.4 - 46.8
41.3 - 52.0

14.4
24.0
38.0
58.0
96.0
154.0
240.0
336.0
480.0
672.0
912.0
1152.0
1440.0
1776.0
2304.0
2880.0
3840.0
4800.0

58
71
100
130
230
290
420
530
750
960
1250
1560
1900
2300
2950
3600
4600
6000

39
48
67
87
154
195
282
355
503
644
840
1049
1277
1546
1983
2420
3091
4024

7.7 - 10.0
8.5 - 11.0
10.2 - 13.1
11.8 - 15.1

19.0
29.0
48.0
77.0

98
135
193
280

66
91
129
188

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

AWG

(mm2)

(min)(max) (kg/km) (kg/km)(lbs/mft)


16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM
500 MCM
600 MCM
750 MCM
1000 MCM

Resistant to:
Ozone
Environment

37023
37024
37025
37026

2x6
2x10
2x16
2x25

37027
37028
37029
37030
37031
37032
37033
37034
37035
37036
37037
37038
37039
37040
37041
37042
37043

3G1
3G1.5
3G2.5
3G4
3G6
3G10
3G16
3G25
3G35
3G50
3G70
3G95
3G120
3G150
3G185
3G240
3G300

Nominal
O.D. mm

Cop.
Wt.

Approx.
Weight

(min)(max) (kg/km) (kg/km)(lbs/mft)


10
8
6
4

13.1 - 16.8
17.7 - 22.6
20.2 - 25.7
24.3 - 30.7

115.0
192.0
307.0
480.0

330
586
810
1160

221
394
544
780

17
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM
500 MCM
600 MCM

8.3 - 10.7
9.2 - 11.9
10.9 - 14.0
12.7 - 16.2
14.1 - 18.0
19.1 - 24.2
21.8 - 27.6
26.1 - 33.0
29.3 - 37.1
34.1 - 42.9
38.4 - 48.3
43.3 - 54.0
47.4 - 60.0
52.0 - 66.0
57.0 - 72.0
65.0 - 82.0
72.0 - 90.0

29.0
43.0
72.0
115.0
173.0
288.0
461.0
720.0
1008.0
1440.0
2016.0
2736.0
3456.0
4320.0
5328.0
6192.0
8640.0

130
165
235
320
420
810
1050
1250
1900
2600
3400
4450
5180
6500
7860
10224
12620

87
111
158
215
282
544
706
840
1277
1748
2286
2985
3474
4359
5272
6857
8464

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Continued on next page

85

European Harmonized Rubber Power


Cordage & Hook-up Wire H07 RN-F
Flexible Color coded Heavy duty 60 C / 450 - 1238 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

AWG

(mm2)
37044
37045
37046
37047
37048
37049
37050
37051
37052
37053
37054
37055
37056
37057
37058
37059
37060

4G1
4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70
4G95
4G120
4G150
4G185
4G240
4G300

Nominal
O.D. mm

Cop.
Wt.

Continued from previous page

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

Approx.
Weight

(mm2)

(min)(max) (kg/km) (kg/km)(lbs/mft)


17
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM
500 MCM
600 MCM

9.2 - 11.9
10.2 - 13.1
12.1 - 15.5
14.0 - 17.9
15.7 - 20.0
20.9 - 26.5
23.8 - 30.1
28.9 - 36.6
32.5 - 41.1
37.7 - 47.5
42.7 - 54.0
48.4 - 61.0
53.0 - 66.0
58.0 - 73.0
64.0 - 80.0
72.0 - 91.0
80.0 -101.0

38.0
150
58.0
200
96.0
290
154.0
395
230.0
540
384.0
950
614.0 1260
960.0 1860
1344.0 2380
1920.0 3190
2688.0 4260
3648.0 5600
4608.0 6830
5760.0 8320
7104.0 9800
9216.0 12100
11520.0 15200

AWG

101
134
194
265
362
637
847
1250
1600
2144
2864
3764
4581
5580
6573
8154
10195

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Nominal
O.D. mm

Cop.
Wt.

Approx.
Weight

(min)(max) (kg/km) (kg/km)(lbs/mft)

37061
37062
37063
37064
37065
37066
37067
37068
37091

5G1.5
5G2.5
5G4
5G6
5G10
5G16
5G25
5G35
5G50

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1

11.2 - 14.4
72.0
13.3 - 17.0
120.0
15.6 - 19.9
192.0
17.5 - 22.2
288.0
22.9 - 29.1
480.0
26.4 - 33.3
768.0
32.0 - 40.4 1200.0
36.8 - 45.8 1680.0
approx. 44.5 2400.0

240
345
485
650
1200
1550
2250
2750
3950

161
231
325
436
807
1042
1513
1849
2655

37092
37093
37094
37095

7G1.5
12G1.5
19G1.5
24G1.5

16
16
16
16

approx. 14.5
approx. 18.3
approx. 23.5
approx. 23.5

101.0
175.0
274.0
346.0

375
460
810
1015

251
308
543
682

37079
37096
37097
37098
37099

7G2.5
12G2.5
18G2.5
19G2.5
24G2.5

14
14
14
14
14

16.5 - 20.0
approx. 19.0
approx. 25.0
approx. 27.0
approx. 32.0

168.0
288.0
432.0
456.0
576.0

520
760
850
1075
1390

349
511
570
721
934

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Current ratings for H07 RN-F in industrial application


Conductor operating temperature 60 C, ambient temperature 30 C (air)
Number of Conductors
Number of Energized
Conductors

1-Conductor

2-Conductors

2-Conductors 3-Conductors

2-Conductors

Cross-section mm2

4
6
10
16
25
35
50
70
95
120
150
185
240
300
400
500
630

3-Conductors
2-Conductors 3-Conductors

4-Conductors

5-Conductors

3-Conductors

3-Conductors

Current Rating in Ampere (A)

34
43
60
79
104
129
162
202
240
280
321
363
433
497
586
670
784

30
38
53
71
94
117
148
185
222
260
300
341
407
468
553
634
742

34
43
60
79
105
-

35
44
62
82
109
135
169
211
250
292
335
378
447
509
-

29
36
51
67
89
110
138
172
204
238
273
309
365
415
-

30
37
52
69
92
114
143
178
210
246
282
319
377
430
-

NOTES: Method of installation


Single conductors bundled 2 conductors, cables layed parallel, ends touching 3 conductor cables arranged in a triangle

Derating factors for various ambient temperatures

86

Ambient temperature at air C

30

35

40

45

50

55

Factor

1.0

0.91

0.82

0.71

0.58

0.41

EXAMPLE: 4mm2 3 conductors, 2 conductors energized at 50 C ambient temperature.


Solution: At 30C ambient temp. rating 35 AMPs. At 50 C 35 AMP x 0.58 Derating factor = 20.3 A.

30
38
54
71
94
-

High Flex Servo Motor Supply Cables


TOPSERV 109 shielded
Halogen free

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR drag chain cables adapted to UL AWM 20234 and CSA AWM
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +80 C
Stationary
-50 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
VDE
Uo/ U 600/1000 V
UL/CSA
600/1000 V
Test voltage 4000 V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 7.5 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 /km

Bare copper, extra-fine wire stranding


per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 6 and IEC 60228
cl. 6.
TPE-E halogen free conductor insulation.
Black conductors with continuous
white numbers per DIN VDE 0293.
Green-yellow ground conductor.
Conductors cabled in layers with optimal selected lay-length and stabilizing
filler.
Fleece wrapping separating jacket from
conductors for less friction.
Tinned copper braided shield, approx.
85% coverage.
PUR outer jacket, low adhesion, abrasion resistant, halogen free, resistant
to UV-, oil-, hydrolysis and fungus.
PUR outer jacket flame retardant and
self-extinguishing, test method B
according to VDE 0472 part 804, IEC
60332-1.
Jacket color orange per RAL 2003.

An optimal power supply cable especially designed for DNC motors. These
cables are particularly suitable for the
installation in cable track, material handling equipment, robotics, machine
tools, processing equipment etc.

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

AWG

(mm2)
75943
75944
75945
75946
75947
75948
75949
75950
75951
700437

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70

Nominal
O.D. mm

Cop.
Wt.

The special jacket material assures


resistance against oil (including mineral oil), fats, coolants, hydraulic fluid,
numerous lyes and solvents.
The small outer diameter, light weight
and excellent performance under torsion assures reliable performance in
multi-shift and high cycle applications.
The 85% braided shield meets stringent
EMI requirements.
WARNING:
Before installation in cable track,
please read the information on page
39. Follow all recommendations of
cable track manufacturers.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Approx.
Weight

(in) (mm) (kg/km) (kg/km)(lbs/mft)


16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0

.40
.45
.52
.61
.74
.94
1.08
1.26
1.44
1.67

10.2
11.4
13.1
15.5
18.8
24.0
27.5
32.0
36.7
42.5

105
158
232
333
527
794
1180
1603
2165
3120

140
215
295
425
670
985
1425
1895
2620
4600

94
144
198
286
450
662
958
1273
1761
3085

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Flexible Automation

Works Photo: HELUKABEL

87

Composite Servo/Feedback Cables


TOPSERV 110 & TOPSERV 120 shielded

Ultra flexible Number coded Cable track rated 90 C / 0.6/1 KV

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR cables for drag chains,


adapted to DIN VDE 0295, 0250, 0281
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +90 C
Stationary
-40 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
Power supply conductors
Uo/ U 600/1000 V
Control conductors Uo/ U 300/500 V
Test voltage
Power supply conductors 4000 V
Control conductors
1000 V
Minimum bending radius
approx. 7.5 x cable
Carrying capacity
according to DIN VDE 0298 part 4
Insulation resistance
min. 20 M/km
Coupling resistance
max. 250 /km

Bare copper conductor, extra-fine wire


stranding.
TPE-E halogen free conductor insulation.
Conductor identification:
Power supply conductors - black with
imprint U1, V2, W3 and green-yellow
ground.
Control conductors - black with imprint
BR1, BR2 or 5-6 and 7-8 for the 2pair-version numbers.
Shielding of the control conductors in
pairs with aluminum foil, tinned drain
wire and tinned copper braided shield;
single pair with tinned copper shield
only.
Control conductors cabled in pairs and
layed in layers together with the power
supply conductor.
Overall tinned copper braided shield,
min. 80% coverage.
Fleece wrapping.
PUR outer jacket, flame retardant,
color teal RAL 5018.

The combination of power supply conductors with control conductors, makes


these cables ideal for brake functions
and for thermal protection. Used today
in many highly technological manufacturing fields requiring high-quality, reliable and long serving cable. It also
functions precisely in a SERVO-motor.
TOPSERVE 110 and 120 meet the
strict requirements of electromagnetic
compatibility (EMI). These highly flexible cables are enhanced with an additional overall braided shield to maximize EMI compatibility, i.e. the protection against electromagnetic interference. These cables can also be used in
drag chains. Manufacturing is based on
specifications from renowned manufacturers of SERVO-actuators and SERVOcontrols. They meet the various VDE
standards. Application for System
SIMODRIVE.
Features:
PUR outer jacket is flame retardant, low
adhesion, resistant to hydrolysis and
microbial attack, halogen free.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

TOPSERV 110 (1 pair shielded and overall braided shield)

TOPSERV 120 (2 single pairs indiv. shielded and overall braided shield)

Part
Number

Part
Number

No. Cond.
& Pairs

Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


(in)

(mm)

(kg/km)

(kg/km) (lbs/mft)

(mm2)
71491
71493
71705
71706
71707
71708
71709
71710
71711

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4.0
4G6.0
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50

+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+

(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)
(2x1)

No. Cond.
& Pairs

Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


(in)

(mm)

(kg/km)

.50
.57
.63
.76
.90
1.00
1.17
1.20
1.42

12.6
14.6
16.0
19.2
22.8
25.9
29.8
30.1
36.0

186
231
308
420
647
918
1400
1882
2574

(kg/km) (lbs/mft)

(mm2)
.44
.54
.56
.65
.88
.94
1.10
1.20
1.38

11.1
13.6
14.2
16.5
22.4
23.8
28.0
30.4
35.1

139
188
260
360
590
845
1320
1840
2530

211
273
352
500
753
1061
1499
1992
2880

142
183
236
335
505
711
1005
1336
1932

71990
71991
71992
71993
71994
71995
71996
72106
71997

4G1.5 +2 x (2x1)
4G2.5 +2 x (2x1)
4G4.0 +2 x (2x1)
4G6.0 +2 x (2x1)
4G10 +2 x (2x1)
4G16 +2 x (2x1)
4G25 +2 x (2x1)
4G35 +2 x (2x1)
4G50 +2 x (2x1)

242
316
415
574
805
1122
1584
2185
2974

162
212
278
385
540
753
1062
1465
1995

TOPSERV- Feedback Cable (overall braided shield)

Part
No.

No. Cond.
& Pairs

Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight


(in)

(mm)

(kg/km)

.30
.37

7.5
9.5

65
77

90
144

60
97

.42

10.7

139

145

97

Cable Structure (same as TOPSERV except...)

(kg/km) (lbs/mft)

(mm2)
72042
72043
71492

12x0.25
4x2x0.34 + 4x0.5
3x2x0.14 + 4x0.14
+ 4x0.25 + 2x0.5

PVC-conductor insulation, conductor color coded, foil taped, PUR-Jacket


PVC-conductor insulation, conductor color coded, foil taped, PUR-Jacket
TPE-conductor insulation, conductor color coded, fleece wrapping, PUR-Jacket
Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

88

Works Photo: Helukabel

VFD Motor Power Supply Cable TOPFLEX


EMV-2YSLCY-J double shielded

Power supply connection to frequency converter Color coded 70 C / 600 - 1000 V

Also available with Black Jacket UV Protection


= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special motor power supply cable for


frequency converters adapted to DIN
VDE 0250
Temperature range
Flexing
+5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 600/1000 V
Operating voltage, max.
AC and 3 phase 700-1200 V
DC operation 900/1800 V
Test voltage 2500 V
Minimum bending radius
Fixed installation for outer :
up to 12 mm
5 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
7.5 x cable
> 20 mm
10 x cable
Free movement for outer :
up to 12 mm
10 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
15 x cable
> 20 mm
20 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Coupling resistance max. 250 /km
depending on cross section
Mutual capacitance
depending on cross section
cond./cond. 70 to 250 nF/km
cond./shield 110 to 410 nF/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Polyethylene (PE) conductor insulation.
Conductor colors: black, brown, blue,
green-yellow.
Conductors cabled in concentric layers.
1. shielding with special aluminum foil.
2. shielding with copper braiding,
tinned-copper, coverage approx. 80%.
Special transparent PVC outer jacket.

This TOPFLEX-EMV-2YSLCY-J motor


power supply cable for frequency converters assures electromagnetic compatibility in plants and buildings, and
any facilities with equipment where the
fields of electromagnetic interference
might have adverse effects on the surroundings. They can be utilized as a
supply and connecting cable with medium mechanical stress in fixed installations and forced movements in dry,
moist and wet environments. They are
not suitable for outdoor applications.
They can also be used in automotive,
food, environmental engineering, packaging, machine tools and material handling industries. These shielded motor
supply cables are also suitable for
SIMOVERT drivers, industrial pumps,
ventilators, conveyer belts, air conditioning installations and similar applications. It has low mutual single conductor capacitance, because the special PE
conductor insulation and low shield
capacitance enables a low-loss transmission of power compared to PVCjacketed cables. Interference-free operation of frequency converters is possible due to the optimal shielding.
EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

AWG

(mm2)
22084
22085
22086
22087
22088
22089
22090
22091
22092
22093
22094
22095
22096
22097

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70
4G95
4G120
4G150
4G185

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM

Tests
Fire resistant, test method B according
to DIN VDE 0472 part 804, test method
B and IEC 60332-1.
Low mutual capacitance per DIN VDE
0472 part 504, test method B.
Features
PE insulation results in a lower dielectric loss, double voltage potential, high
life expectancy and low shield-interference currents.
Installation in hazardous locations.
Meets EMI requirements per EN 55011
and DIN VDE 0875 part 11.
Low coupling resistance for high electromagnetic compatibility.

Nominal
O.D.

Mutual Capacitance
Coupling Resistance Power Rating* Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
cond./cond. cond./shield at 1 MHz at 2 MHz with 3 energized
(in) (mm) (approx. nF/km)(approx. nF/km) (/km)
(/km)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Cond. (A)
.42
.48
.57
.65
.79
.92
1.06
1.21
1.42
1.66
1.88
2.04
2.26
2.40

10.6
12.3
14.5
16.4
20.1
23.4
27.0
30.7
36.1
42.3
47.7
51.9
57.5
61.1

70
80
90
90
120
140
120
150
190
190
250
-

110
130
150
150
200
230
210
260
320
320
410
-

NOTES:
Design and construction: Siemens PROTOFLEX 2YSLCY-J 600/1000 V.
* Max. allowable current for continuous operation at 30 C ambient temperature.
The derating factors shown on page 98 should be used for different temperatures. Also see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

18
11
6
7
9
4
3
2
2
1
-

210
210
150
180
190
95
85
40
45
50
-

18
26
34
44
61
82
108
135
168
207
250
292
335
382

95
150
235
320
533
789
1236
1662
2345
3196
4316
5435
6394
7639

230
300
485
633
863
1291
1862
2611
2955
3953
5304
6604
7043
8384

154
201
325
424
578
865
1249
1750
1981
2651
3557
4429
4724
5623

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

G = Number of conductors includes ground


Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

89

VFD Motor Power Supply Cable TOPFLEX


EMV-3 PLUS 2YSLCY-J double shielded

Power supply connection to frequency converter Color coded 70 C / 600 - 1000 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

Special motor power supply cable for


frequency converters adapted to DIN
VDE 0250
Temperature range
Flexing
+5 C to +70 C
Stationary
-40 C to +70 C
Nominal voltage Uo/ U 600/1000 V
Operating voltage, max.
AC and 3 phase
700-1200 V
DC operation
900-1800 V
Peak voltage 1700 V
Test voltage 2500 V
Minimum bending radius
Fixed installation for outer :
up to 12 mm
5 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
7.5 x cable
> 20 mm
10 x cable
Unrestricted movement for outer :
up to 12 mm
10 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
15 x cable
> 20 mm
20 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Coupling resistance max. 250 /km
depending on cross section
Mutual capacitance
depending on cross section
cond./cond.
270 nF/km
cond./shield
520 nF/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Polyethylene (PE) conductor insulation.
Conductor colors: black, brown, blue,
green-yellow.
Conductors cabled in concentric layers.
3 + 3 conductor design.
1. shielding with special aluminum foil.
2. shielding with copper braiding,
tinned-copper, coverage approx. 80%.
Special transparent orange PVC outer
jacket.

Part
Number

No. Cond. x
cross sec.

22368
22369
22370
22371
22372
23373
22374
22375
22376
22377
22378
22379
22380
22381
22382

3x1.5 +
3x2.5 +
3x4 +
3x6 +
3x10 +
3x16 +
3x25 +
3x35 +
3x50 +
3x70 +
3x95 +
3x120 +
3x150 +
3x185 +
3x240 +

(mm2)
3G0.25
3G0.5
3G0.75
3G1
3G1.5
3G2.5
3G4
3G6
3G10
3G10
3G16
3G16
3G25
3G35
3G42.5

Nominal
O.D.
(mm)
10.2
11.4
13.0
15.0
18.4
21.6
25.3
27.8
32.6
39.0
44.3
46.8
53.5
59.5
65.2

(in)
.40
.45
.51
.59
.72
.85
1.00
1.09
1.28
1.54
1.74
1.84
2.11
2.34
2.57

Tests
Fire resistant, test method B according
to VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
Low mutual capacitance per DIN VDE
0472 part 504, test method B.
Features
PE insulation results in a lower dielectric loss, double electrical potential,
high life expectancy and low shieldinterference currents.
Installation in hazardous locations.
Meets EMI requirements per EN 55011
and DIN VDE 0875 part 11.
Low coupling resistance for high electromagnetic compatibility.
Low mutual capacitance.

Coupling Resistance
at 1 MHz
at 30 MHz
(/km)

(/km)

18
11
6
7
9
4
3
2
2
1
-

210
210
150
180
190
95
85
40
45
50
-

NOTES:
Design and construction: Siemens PROTOFLEX-EMV 3 Plus 2YSLCY-J 600/1000 V.
* Max. allowable current for continuous operation at 30 C ambient temperature.
The derating factors shown on page 98 should be used for different temperatures. Also see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

90

APPLICATIONS
This TOPFLEX-EMV-3 PLUS 2YSLCY-J
motor power supply cable for frequency
converters assures electromagnetic compatibility in plants, buildings, and facilities
with equipment where the fields of electromagnetic interference might have adverse
effects on the surroundings. They can be
utilized as a supply and connecting cable
with medium mechanical stress in fixed
installations and forced movements in dry,
moist and wet environments. They are not
suitable for outdoor applications. They can
also be used in automotive, food, environmental engineering, packaging, machine
tools and material handling industries.
These shielded motor supply cables are
also suitable for SIMOVERT drivers, industrial pumps, ventilators, conveyer belts, air
conditioning installations and similar applications. It has low mutual single conductor
capacitance because the special PE conductor insulation and low shield capacitance enables a low-loss transmission of
power compared to PVC-jacketed cables.
Interference-free operation of frequency
converters is possible due to the optimal
shielding.
The 3-PLUS construction of motor power
supply cables features a symmetrical 3conductor design compared to a 4-conductor design. The 3 ground conductors
are symetrically arranged and cabled
between the filler. The minimum cross section of 0.75 mm2 meets DIN EN 60204
part 1.

Power Rating*
with 3 energized
Cond. (A)
18
26
34
44
61
82
108
135
168
207
250
292
335
382
453

Cop. Wt.

Approx. Weight

(kg/km)

(kg/km)

(lbs/mft)

86
144
224
298
491
723
1138
1535
2208
2871
3953
4836
5412
6969
8540

140
220
323
420
615
819
1325
1718
2399
3056
4162
5074
6128
7189
9540

94
148
217
282
413
549
889
1152
1609
2050
2792
3403
4110
4822
6398

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

G = Number of conductors includes ground


Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

PUR Motor Power Supply Cable


Motorflex EMV1/1 triple shielded

Power supply connection to frequency converter 80 C / 600 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA

CABLE CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATIONS

Special PUR motor power supply


cable for frequency converters per UL
AWM Style 20235 and CSA AWM
adapted to DIN VDE 0250
Temperature range
Flexing
-30 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C
Nominal voltage
UL:
600 V
VDE:
Uo/ U 450/750 V
Test voltage 3000 V
Minimum bending radius
Fixed installation for outer :
up to 12 mm
5 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
7.5 x cable
> 20 mm
10 x cable
Free movement for outer :
up to 12 mm
10 x cable
>12 to 20 mm
15 x cable
> 20 mm
20 x cable
Insulation resistance
min. 200 M/km
Coupling resistance max. 250 /km
depending on cross section
Mutual capacitance at 4 kHz
depending on cross section
cond./cond. 70 to 250 nF/km
cond./shield 110 to 410 nF/km
Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106
cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad)

Bare copper, fine wire stranding per DIN


VDE 0295 cl. 5, IEC 60228 cl. 5.
Polyethylene (PE) conductor insulation.
Conductor color: black with printing
U1, V2, W3.
Green-yellow ground conductor.
Conductors cabled in concentric layers.
Wrapped with special fleece tape, aluminum foil and braided tinned-copper
shield, coverage approx. 85%.
Adhesion-free, flame retardant,
extremely abrasion resistant, halogenfree PUR outer jacket resistant to UV,
oil, hydrolysis and fungus.
Color orange RAL 2003.

These MOTORFLEX 1/1 Motor connection cables guarantee exceptional EMI


protection in machines and general
installations.Suitable for in- and outdoor applications with high mechanical
stress. For fixed installation or free
movement in dry, damp or wet conditions. They are recommended for use in
machine tools, processing machinery,
machining centers, work centers,
industrial robots, handling equipment
etc. These shielded motor connecting
cables have lower operating capacitance, due to the special PE insulation
compared to PVC insulated cables. The
3 layer shielding provides optimal compliance with the requirements of EMI.

Tests
Fire resistant, test method B according
to VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60332-1.
Low mutual capacitance per DIN VDE
0472 part 504, test method B.

EMI = EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility

Part No. Cond. x


No. cross sec.

AWG

(mm2)
78377
78378
78379
78380
78381
78382
78358
78383
78384
78385
78386
78387
78388
78479

4G1.5
4G2.5
4G4
4G6
4G10
4G16
4G25
4G35
4G50
4G70
4G95
4G120
4G150
4G185

16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
2/0
3/0
4/0
300 MCM
350 MCM

Nominal
O.D.

Mutual Capacitance
Coupling Resistance Power Rating* Cop. Wt. Approx. Weight
cond./cond. cond./shield at 1 MHz at 2 MHz with 3 energized
(in) (mm) (approx. nF/km)(approx. nF/km) (/km)
(/km)
(kg/km) (kg/km) (lbs/mft)
Cond. (A)

.45
.53
.62
.70
.85
1.00
1.22
1.30
1.54
1.77
1.97
2.13
2.41
2.53

11.5
13.5
15.8
17.8
21.6
25.4
31.0
33.0
39.0
45.0
50.1
54.2
61.3
64.2

70
80
90
90
120
140
120
150
190
190
250
-

110
130
150
150
200
230
210
260
320
320
410
-

NOTES:
G = Number of conductors includes ground
Further sizes and configurations available upon request
Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications
AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

18
11
6
7
9
4
3
2
2
1
-

210
210
150
180
190
95
85
40
45
50
-

18
26
34
44
61
82
108
135
168
207
250
292
335
382

95
150
235
320
533
789
1180
1662
2345
3196
4316
5435
6394
7639

230
300
485
630
860
1290
1800
2610
2950
3950
5300
6600
7040
8380

155
202
326
423
578
867
1210
1754
1982
2654
3562
4435
4731
5633

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

91

Solarflex 100
Solarflex 102

Solarflex 101

Flexible Oil & UV resistant Halogen free Photo-voltaic cable 600 - 1000 V

= The product conforms to the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

TECHNICAL DATA
SOLARFLEX 100
Temperature range
Flexing
-40 C to +80 C
Stationary
-50 C to +90 C
Nominal voltage
600/1000 V
Test voltage 3500 V
Minimum bending radius
Flexing approx. 8 x cable
SOLARFLEX 101 same as SOLARFLEX
100 except:
Temperature range
Flexing
-30 C to +115 C
Stationary
-40 C to +115 C

APPLICATIONS
Wind, sun and water are alternative
power sources which are always available and inexhaustible. These cable are
intended for photo-voltaic systems.
Photo-voltaic systems convert the energy of the sun directly into electrical
energy. The cable is UV radiation and
temperature resistant, and can be used
to connect individual solar cells.
Because of their excellent weatherresistance, the cables can also be
installed outside, but not buried or submersed in water.

SOLARFLEX 101 (LiTPE/TPE) double


insulated same as SOLARFLEX 100,
except:
1 conductor insulation, TPE black.
2 conductor insulation,TPE black.

SOLARFLEX 102 same as SOLARFLEX


100 except:
Temperature range
Flexing
-5 C to +80 C
Stationary
-40 C to +80 C

Part
No. Cond. x
Number cross sec.

CABLE CONSTRUCTION
SOLARFLEX 100 (Li11Y11Y/LiTPE11Y)
double insulated
Bare copper, fine wire stranded conductor per DIN VDE 0295 cl. 5 and IEC
60228 cl. 5.
1 conductor insulation, TPE, halogenfree, flame retardant, test method B per
DIN VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 603321, colors see table below.
2 conductor insulation,PUR, halogenfree, flame retardant, test method B per
DIN VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 603321, color black.

SOLARFLEX 102
2 conductor special cable for ground
and short circuit proof installation connecting modules to rectifier.

SOLARFLEX 102 (LiYY-OB-600) same as


SOLARFLEX 100, except not halogen free:
1 conductor insulation, special PVC TI2
per DIN VDE 0207 part 1.4.
2 conductor insulation,special PVC YM2
per DIN VDE 0207 part 5, oil resistant,
self extinguishing and flame retardant,
test method B per DIN VDE 0472 part
804 and IEC 60332-1.
Chemical resistance - call for information.
AWG

Color
Cond.
Jacket

Nominal O.D. Cop. Wt.


(in)

(mm)

Approx. Weight

(kg/km)

(kg/km)

(lbs/mft)

(mm )
2

SOLARFLEX 100 Li11Y11Y/LiTPE11Y


700549
74652
700277
700278
74654
74655
78162
700368
78163
700369

1x2.5

14

Red

Black

.23

5.8

24.0

46

31

1x4
1x4
1x6

12
12
10

Red
Blue
Red

Black
Black
Black

.25
.25
.30

6.3
6.3
7.6

38.4
38.4
57.6

68
68
95

46
46
64

1x6

10

Blue

Black

.30

7.6

57.6

95

64

78990
78165
78166
700610
700611

1x2.5
1x4
1x6

14
12
10

Black
Black
Black

6.6
7.5
8.3

24.0
38.4
57.6

46
68
95

31
46
64

73740
73604
73164

2x2.5
2x4
2x6

14
12
10

Red
Red
Red

9.4
11.4
13.1

48.0
77.0
115.2

115
195
300

77
131
201

SOLARFLEX 101 LiTPE/TPE


Black
Black
Black

.26
.30
.32

SOLARFLEX 102 LiYY

92

Black
Black
Black

NOTES:
x = Without green-yellow ground conductor
Further sizes and configurations available upon request

.37
.45
.52

Dimensions and specifications may be changed without prior notice.

Call with applications which are beyond standard specifications


AWG sizes approximate. Actual cross sections in mm2. See page 96.

Bus Cables
Visit our Web site for more information

www.hitechcontrols.com
93

Spiral Cables
Call for technical details and availability

PVC PUR Neoprene Shielded or Non-shielded

94

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
The following tables show important technical information. More comprehensive data is available regarding Chemical compatibility, Conductor resistance, European Standards, International abbreviations, Conversion factors, Glossary of terms for wire and
cable, Characteristics of insulating and jacket materials, Reference to DIN VDE standards and Harmonized identifications. Call
your distributor or Hi-Tech Controls, Inc. for more details.

European Stranding per DIN VDE 0295, IEC 60228 & HD 383
Stranded Multi-stranded
Wires
Wires
Class 2
VDE 0295
Column 1
Column 2
Cross Section
mm2
AWG

0.14
26
0.25
24
0.34
22
0.38
21
0.50
20
0.75
18
1.00
17
1.50
16
2.50
14
4
12
6
10
10
8
16
6
25
4
35
2
50
1
70
2/0
95
3/0
120
4/0
150
300 MCM
185
350 MCM
240
500 MCM
300
600 MCM
400
750 MCM
500
1000 MCM

Qty x
Strand
(mm) *3

7 x 0.30
7 x 0.37
7 x 0.43
7 x 0.52
7 x 0.67
7 x 0.85
7 x 1.05
7 x 1.35
7 x 1.70
7 x 2.13
7 x 2.52
19 x 1.83
19 x 2.17
19 x 2.52
37 x 2.03
37 x 2.27
37 x 2.52
61 x 2.24
61 x 2.50
61 x 2.89
91 x 3.23

Qty x Strand
(mm) *1,2

7 x 0.25
7 x 0.27
7 x 0.30
7 x 0.37
7 x 0.43
7 x 0.52
19 x 0.41
19 x 0.52
19 x 0.64
49 x 0.51
49 x 0.65
84 x 0.62
133 x 0.58
133 x 0.69
189 x 0.69
259 x 0.69
336 x 0.67
392 x 0.69
494 x 0.69
627 x 0.70
790 x 0.70

Fine Wires
Class 5
VDE 0295
Column 3
Qty x Strand
(mm) *1,2

18
14
19
12
16
24
32
30
50
56
84
80
128
200
280
400
356
485
614
765
944
1225
1530
2035
1768

x 0.10
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.25
x 0.25
x 0.30
x 0.30
x 0.40
x 0.40
x 0.40
x 0.40
x 0.40
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.50
x 0.60

Extra-fine Wires
Class 6
VDE 0295
Column 4

Column 5

Qty x Strand Qty x Strand


(mm) *1,2
(mm) *1

18
32
42
21
28
42
56
84
140
224
192
320
512
800
1120
705
990
1340
1690
2123
1470
1905
2385

x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.15
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.20
x 0.30
x 0.30
x 0.30
x 0.30
x 0.30
x 0.40
x 0.40
x 0.40

18
32
42
48
64
96
128
192
320
512
768
1280
2048
3200

x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10
x 0.10

Column 6

Column 7

Qty x Strand
(mm) *1

Qty x Strand
(mm) *1

36
65
88
100
131
195
260
392
651
1040
1560
2600

x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07
x 0.07

72
128
174
194
256
384
512
768
1280

x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05
x 0.05

Notes:
1. The number of individual strands may vary.
2. According to VDE 0295, the individual strands should not exceed the values shown by more than 0.01 mm. All
individual strands of a stranded cable must have the same nominal diameter.
3. Minimum number for single wires of stranded conductor, class 2.

Conversion AWG to mm2


AWG

mm2

AWG

mm2

AWG

mm2

AWG

30

0.05

18

0.75

16

300 MCM

150

mm2

28

0.08

17

1.00

25

350 MCM

185

26

0.14

16

1.50

35

500 MCM

240

24

0.25

14

2.50

50

600 MCM

300

22

0.34

12

2/0

70

750 MCM

400

21

0.38

10

3/0

95

1000 MCM

500

20

0.50

10

4/0

120

This cross reference list shows equivalent nominal values. Actual cross sections may vary. The AWG values are approximate, if
the cables are made to European Standards (mm2) and vice versa. In critical applications, where the current reaches upper limits,
consult your distributor or the manufacturer for the actual cable cross section.
95

AWG = Actual mm2 and Resistance


AWG (American Wire Gage) used in the USA is shown below with its exact equivalent value in mm2 and diameter (mm). The
table on the previous page shows commercially used equivalent values, which are approximations.
AWG
Number

Cross Section Diameter Conductor resistance


mm
mm2
/km

1000 MCM*
750
600
500
400
350
300
250
4/0
3/0
2/0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

507
380
304
254
203
178
152
127
107.20
85.00
67.50
53.40
42.40
33.60
26.70
21.20
16.80
13.30
10.60
8.66
6.63
5.26
4.15
3.30
2.62

25.4
22.0
19.7
20.7
18.9
17.3
16.0
14.6
11.68
10.40
9.27
8.25
7.35
6.54
5.83
5.19
4.62
4.11
3.67
3.26
2.91
2.59
2.30
2.05
1.83

AWG
Number

0.035
0.047
0.059
0.07
0.09
0.10
0.12
0.14
0.18
0.23
0.29
0.37
0.47
0.57
0.71
0.91
1.12
1.44
1.78
2.36
2.77
3.64
4.44
5.41
7.02

Cross Section Diameter Conductor resistance


mm
mm2
/km

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

4/0 is also known as 0000; 1 mil = 0.001 inch = 0.0254 mm


*Shown in MCM (circular mills) for bigger cross sections

2.08
1.65
1.31
1.04
0.8230
0.6530
0.5190
0.4120
0.3250
0.2590
0.2050
0.1630
0.1280
0.1020
0.0804
0.0646
0.0503
0.0400
0.0320
0.0252
0.0200
0.0161
0.0123
0.0100
0.00795
0.00632

1.63
1.45
1.29
1.15
1.0240
0.9120
0.8120
0.7230
0.6440
0.5730
0.5110
0.4550
0.4050
0.3610
0.3210
0.2860
0.2550
0.2270
0.2020
0.1800
0.1600
0.1430
0.1270
0.1130
0.1010
0.0897

8.79
11.20
14.70
17.80
23.0
28.3
34.5
44.0
54.8
70.1
89.2
111.0
146.0
176.0
232.0
282.0
350.0
446.0
578.0
710.0
899.0
1125.0
1426.0
1800.0
2255.0
2860.0

1 CM = 1 Circ. mil. = 0.0005067 mm2


1 MCM = 1000 Circ. mils = 0.5067 mm2

UL/CSA Current Rating for flexible cables


PVC-insulated single and multi-conductor cables according to UL-AWM and CSA-TEW standards are used in switchboard and
distribution cabinets of electrical equipment, as well as for the installation in machines and transformers in protecting tubes.
PVC-insulation has a maximum temperature limit of 105C. The indicated values stated in the following tables are guidelines only.

Hook-up wire at ambient temperature up to 30 C


AWG Cross Section Current
Rating A
mm2
24
22
20
18
16
14
12

0.21
0.33
0.52
0.82
1.31
2.08
3.32

3.5
5.0
6.0
9.5
20
24
34

AWG Cross Section Current


Rating A
mm2
10
8
6
4
3
2
1

5.26
8.35
13.29
21.14
26.65
33.61
42.38

52
75
95
120
154
170
180

Correction-factors at ambient temperature over 30 C


For temperatures over 30C, multiply the
Current Rating in the tables times the correction-factor (f) to obtain the allowable current.
Ambient
temperature
C

Current Rating values


of tables
correction-factors
f

31 - 40
41 - 45
46 - 50

0.82
0.71
0.58

Multi conductor cables at ambient temperature up to 30 C


AWG Cross Section Current Rating A (no. of Conductors)
mm2
up to 3 4 - 6 7 - 24 25 - 42 43 & above
24
22
20
18
16
14
12

96

0.21
0.33
0.52
0.82
1.31
2.08
3.32

2
3
5
7
10
15
20

1.6
2.4
4.0
5.6
8.0
12.0
16.0

1.4
2.1
3.5
4.9
7.0
10.5
14.0

1.2
1.8
3.0
4.2
6.0
9.0
12.0

1.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
5.0
7.5
10.0

AWG Cross Section Current Rating A (no. of Conductors)


mm2
up to 3 4 - 6 7 - 24 25 - 42 43 & above
10
8
6
4
3
2
1

5.26
8.35
13.29
21.14
26.65
33.61
42.38

30
40
55
70
80
95
110

24
32
44
56
64
76
88

21
28
38
49
56
66
77

18
24
33
42
48
57
66

15
20
27
35
40
57
55

Color code per DIN 47100


Without color repetition
No. Basic ring colors

No. Basic ring colors

No. Basic ring colors

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

white
brown
green
yellow
grey
pink
blue
red
black
violet
grey / pink
red / blue
white / green
brown / green
white / yellow
yellow / brown
white / grey
grey / brown
white / pink
pink / brown
white / blue
brown / blue

white / red
brown / red
white / black
brown / black
grey / green
yellow / grey
pink / green
yellow / pink
green / blue
yellow / blue
green / red
yellow / red
green / black
yellow / black
grey / blue
pink / blue
grey / red
pink / red
grey / black
pink / black
blue / black
red / black

white / brown / black


yellow / green / black
grey / pink / black
red / blue / black
white / green / black
brown / green / black
white / yellow / black
yellow / brown / black
white / grey / black
grey / brown / black
white / pink / black
pink / brown / black
white / blue / black
brown / blue / black
white / red / black
brown / red / black
black / white

Color code for paired cables per DIN 47100


With color repetition
No. of
pairs

Color
cond. a

Color
cond. b

No. of
pairs

Color
cond. a

Color
cond. b

No. of
pairs

Color
cond. a

Color
cond. b

1,23,45
2,24,46
3,25,47
4,26,48
5,27,49
6,28,50
7,29,51
8,30,52

white
green
grey
blue
black
grey / pink
white / green
white / Yellow

brown
yellow
pink
red
violet
red / blue
brown / green
yellow / brown

9,31,53
10,32,54
11,33,55
12,34,56
13,35,57
14,36,58
15,37,59
16,38,60

white / grey
white / pink
white / blue
white / red
white / black
grey / green
pink / green
green / blue

grey / brown
pink / brown
brown / blue
brown / red
brown / black
yellow / grey
yellow / pink
yellow / blue

17,39,61
18,40,62
19,41,63
20,42,64
21,43,65
22,44,66

green / red
green / black
grey / blue
grey / red
grey / black
blue / black

yellow / red
yellow / black
pink / blue
pink / red
pink / black
red / black

Note: Color code for paired cables in accordance with DIN 47100. At 23 pairs, the identification repeats itself for the first time
and from 45 pairs for the second time.

Color code for multi-conductor flexible cables


per VDE 0293
No. of
cond.
Old Color
2
3
4
5
6 and up

Cables with green-yellow ground


conductor (-J)
Code valid until April 1, 2006

green-yellow / brown / blue


green-yellow / black / blue / brown
green-yellow / black / blue / brown / black
green-yellow / others black with white numbers

New Color Code


2

3
green-yellow / brown / blue
4
green-yellow / brown / black / grey
5
green-yellow / grey / black / brown / blue

Conductors without green-yellow ground


conductors (-O)
brown / blue
black / blue / brown
black / blue / brown / black
black / blue / brown / black / black
black with white numbers
brown / blue
grey / brown / black
grey / blue / brown / black
grey / black / blue / brown / black
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European Current Rating for Flexible Cables


The values shown in the following tables are guidelines, taken from VDE 0298 part 4 and VDE 0100 part 430. General recommendations can be found in VDE 0298 part 2 and 4.

Current rating for conductors (30C ambient)


Power rating values of insulated cables at 30C ambient temperature. For conductors which carry load simultaneously, see the
table below.
Nominal
Group 1
Cross
Max. Fuse
Section
load
(mm2) (AWG)* (A)
(A)
0.05
30
1.0

0.14
26
2.0

0.25
24
4.0

0.34
22
6.0

0.50
20
9.0

0.75
18
12.0

1.00
17
15.0 10.0
1.50
16
18.0 16.0
2.50
14
26.0 25.0
4
12
34.0 25.0
6
10
44.0 35.0
10
8
61.0 50.0

Group 2
Max. Fuse
load
(A)
(A)
1.0

2.0

4.5

6.0

9.0

12.0 10.0
15.0 10.0
18.0 16.0
26.0 25.0
34.0 25.0
44.0 35.0
61.0 50.0

Group 3
Max. Fuse
load
(A)
(A)
2.0

3.5

6.0

9.0

12.0

15.0
10.0
19.0
16.0
24.0
20.0
32.0
25.0
42.0
35.0
54.0
50.0
73.0
63.0

Nominal
Cross
Section
(mm2) (AWG)*
16
6
25
4
35
2
50
1
70
2/0
95
3/0
120
4/0
150 300 MCM
185 350 MCM
240 500 MCM
300 600 MCM
400 750 MCM

Group 1
Max. Fuse
load
(A)
(A)
82.0 80.0
108.0 100.0
135.0 125.0
168.0 160.0
207.0 200.0
250.0 250.0
292.0 250.0
335.0 315.0
382.0 355.0

Group 2
Max. Fuse
load
(A)
(A)
82.0 63.0
108.0 80.0
135.0 100.0
168.0 125.0
207.0 160.0
250.0 200.0
292.0 250.0
335.0 315.0
382.0 355.0
453.0 425.0
523.0 500.0

Group 3
Max. Fuse
load
(A)
(A)
98.0
80.0
129.0 100.0
158.0 125.0
198.0 160.0
245.0 200.0
292.0 250.0
344.0 315.0
391.0 355.0
448.0 400.0
528.0 400.0
608.0 500.0
726.0 630.0

Group 1: One or more single conductor cables and wires installed in conduit, e.g. PVC insulated single conductors
H03V../H05V.. and H07V.. per VDE 0281.
Group 2: Multi conductor cables, e.g. PVC jacketed cables, flexible cables, metal clad cables in open or ventilated plenums.
Group 3: Single conductor cables installed in open air with a min. spacing of one cable diameter. Typical applications include
single conductor wiring of switch-and rail distribution systems and control panel boxes.

Current rating of insulated cables


(30C to 50C)

Current rating of insulated high


temperature cables ( above 50C)

Values shown in the tables below are % of normal values. (Continuous load.)
Ambient temperature
(C)
over
over
over
over
over
over
over

30
35
40
45
50
55
60

to
to
to
to
to
to
to

35
40
45
50
55
60
65

Rubber
ins. (60C)
(%)
91
82
71
58
41

PVC
ins. (70C)
(%)
92
87
79
71
61
50
35

Amb. temp. C for Derating Amb. temp. C for Derating


cables rated at:
factor
cables rated at:
factor
90C
(%)
110C
(%)
over 50 to 55
94
over 50 to 80
100
over 55 to 60
87
over 80 to 85
91
over 60 to 65
79
over 85 to 90
82
over 65 to 70
71
over 90 to 95
71
over 70 to 75
61
over 95 to 100
58
over 75 to 80
50
over 100 to 105
41
over 80 to 85
35
over 105 to 110

over 85 to 90

Current rating for multi conductor cables & Derating factor


6 or more conductors carrying current simultaneously
Cross Section Current* Cross Section Current*
(A)
(A)
mm2 AWG*
mm2 AWG*
0.08
28
3.8
0.75
18
15.0
0.14
26
5.3
1.00
17
17.0
0.25
24
7.5
1.50
16
23.0
0.34
22
9.0
2.50
14
33.0
0.50
20
12.0
*Max. current at 20C ambient temperature

* Current ratings are based on mm2. The equivalent


AWG values are for reference only.
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No. of Derating
cond.
(%)
2
75
3
65
4
58
5
51
6
48
7
45
8
42
9
40
10
39
12
36

No. of Derating
cond.
(%)
14
34
16
32
18
30
20
29
24
27
28
25
40
22
60
18
80
16
100
15

Limited Warranty, Disclaimer & Limitation of Remedies


HELUKABEL and its representative, HI-TECH CONTROLS, INC., (hereinafter called Suppliers) expressly warrants, that all
cables (hereinafter referred to as products) will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year from date of
shipment. Only material manufactured in accordance with the standards of the Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) and
per IS0 9002 is to be supplied in so far as such standards exist. Other quality requirements must be specially agreed upon prior
to manufacture. The purchaser should inspect goods delivered in respect to possible external damage immediately upon
receipt. Such damage must be reported in writing within 10 days of arrival of the material, stating bill of lading number, carrier,
date of delivery and invoice number. No claim will be accepted if these conditions have not been fulfilled. Where a complaint
is justified a replacement will be supplied within a reasonable period. Should any product or products components thereof fail,
during the warranty of the product, due to defects in material or workmanship, Suppliers, after examining the products and
determining failure, at their option and expense, shall replace the product within a reasonable period of time. This warranty specially excludes failures due to misuse, abuse, physical damage, contamination, wear and tear or use outside the limits for the
material as stipulated by the supplier, including environmental, chemical, electrochemical or electrical conditions. Suppliers
reserve the right to inspect all failures to determine the cause of such failures. The warranty of Suppliers shall not apply to any
goods or components thereof, which have been subjected to any of the following:
A. Improper operation, storage or maintenance.
B. Material modifications: Items materially modified unless the modifications are approved by Suppliers.
C. Accidental damage: Any damage caused by accident regardless of fault.
Except as expressly set forth above, Suppliers shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any nature including but not limited to, loss of profits, downtime expenses, production facilities, or increased costs of operation. The liability of
Suppliers shall, in all cases, and at its sole and absolute discretion, be limited to replacement, repair or refund of the purchase
price of the particular goods manufactured by Suppliers. Suppliers reserve the right to discontinue manufacture of any product,
or change product materials, designs, or specifications at any time and without prior notice.

Warning
These products are intended for use in industrial systems only. Do not use these products where temperatures can exceed
those listed under Specifications. Before using the products for non-industrial applications, life-support systems, or other applications not within published specifications, consult Suppliers. Through misuse, age, or malfunction, components used in systems can fail in various modes. The system designer is warned to consider the failure modes of all components used in a system and to provide adequate safeguards to prevent personal injury or damage to equipment in the event of such failure modes.
A warning must be shown on the equipment and in the instructional manual if protection against a failure mode cannot be adequately provided.

Conditions of Sale
General
Only our conditions of sale shall be valid in respect to all deliveries. Contradicting conditions of purchase will not be accepted.
Conditions of purchase shall be valid only if they have been explicitly accepted by us and confirmed in writing.
Delivered lengths
A variation of 10% of the required quantity may be delivered. Material specially made to customers requirements will be delivered in lengths as manufactured and may be subject to variations dictated by technical manufacturing considerations.
Ownership
All Materials delivered by the suppliers shall remain suppliers property in its entirety until after receipt of all payments including additional costs which may arise, where materials are used by the purchaser as part of his own manufacturing program.
The suppliers are to be regarded as the manufacturer and retains the right to part-ownerships of the product in proportion of
the value of the goods supplied to the value of the end product.
Acceptance of risk
The purchaser is responsible for all risks once a consignment (material and packing) has been handed to the transportation
contractor or once the purchaser has been notified that the material is ready for dispatch. This condition shall apply also where
point of shipment is not the same as the destination.
Cancellation of order and return of material
Material will only be accepted back from the purchaser after written agreement to this effect has been issued by the seller. A
35% cancellation charge applies to all orders once the merchandise has been shipped from its place of manufacturing
(Germany, Italy etc.). The cancellation charge is 25% for standard merchandise which can be readily resold. Specially manufactured products for a customer cannot be cancelled and require a 60% down payment. Freight charges are not refundable.
Construction changes
Diameters of cables stated by the seller are dependent upon variations inherent in production techniques. Generally diameter tolerances for cables up to 16 mm diameter are 0.2 mm from 18-30 mm diameter 0.5 mm and larger than 30 mm diameter 0.4 mm
diameter. We reserve the right to alter cable constructions without notice in the interest of technical improvement and development.

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