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General Cable | 9025.16010001

CCW® Armored Thermocouple, Single Pair, Overall Shield

General Cable’s CCW® Continuously Corrugated Welded Cable product line is used in oil, gas and petrochemical industrial applications for power, control, instrumentation and communications. Available in 300 Volt to 35 kV designs, these cables are impervious to gas, liquids and vapors making them the preferred cable solution in hazardous locations.

Catalog Number: 9025.16010001

UPC: -


 Spec Sheet

Features

  • CCW armor provides superior mechanical protection and an impervious barrier to moisture, gas and liquids
  • CCW armor provides EMI shielding performance
  • Meets cold impact at -40°C

Construction

Conductor
  • 16 AWG solid alloy wire per ANSI MC 96.1
Insulation
  • Flame-retardant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), rated 105°C per UL Standards 13 and 2250
  • Color-coded per ANSI
Pair Assembly
  • Insulated conductors are cabled together with a left-hand lay
Overall Shield
  • Flexfoil® aluminum/polyester tape shield providing 100% coverage
  • Stranded tinned copper drain wire, same size as insulated conductors
Inner Jacket
  • Flame-retardant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) per UL Standards 13 and 2250, black
  • Low temperature performance meets ASTM D746 brittleness temperature at or below -40°C
  • Nylon rip cord to facilitate jacket removal
CCW Armor
  • Impervious, continuously welded and corrugated aluminum alloy sheath per UL 1569
  • CCW armor conductivity meets the grounding requirements of NEC Article 250
Overall Jacket
  • Flame-retardant, moisture- and sunlight-resistant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) per UL Standards 13 and 2250
  • ANSI color-coded
  • Low temperature performance meets ASTM D746 brittleness temperature at or below -40°C

Applications

  • CCW armored Thermocouple Extension cables provide superior protection and reliability against physical damage for use in instrumentation and process control applications requiring ITC or PLTC wiring methods
  • For use as Power Limited Tray Cable on circuits rated 150 V or less and 5 amps or less in Class 2 or Class 3 circuits in accordance with NEC Article 725
  • For use as Instrumentation Tray Cable on circuits rated 150 V or less and 5 amps or less in accordance with NEC Article 727
  • Installed indoors or outdoors, in wet or dry locations, in a raceway, as aerial cable on a messenger, in cable trays, or for direct burial
  • Recognized for use on fixed or floating offshore petroleum facilities as recommended by the American Petroleum Institute

Specifications

  • Size: 16 AWG
  • Number of Pairs: 1
  • Insulation Thcikness: 20 mils / 0.51 mm
  • Inner Jacket Thickness: 54 mils / 1.37 mm
  • Nominal Core O.D.: 0.30 in / 7.6 mm
  • Nominal Armor O.D.: 0.47 in / 11.9 mm
  • Jacket Thickness: 50 mils / 1.27 mm
  • Nominal Overall O.D.: 0.58 in / 14.7 mm
  • Cross-Sectional Area: 0.27 sq. in
  • Approximate Net Weight: 160 lbs/1000 ft / 238 kg/1000 m
  • Conduit Type: EX
  • Temperature Range: 0°C To +200°C
  • Limits of Error: =/- 1.7°C
  • Nominal Loop Resistance Per 100 ft @ 20°C: 27.8 Ohms

Certifications

Design Adherence
  • UL 13 Power-Limited Circuit Cables
  • UL 2250 Instrumentation Tray Cable
  • UL 1569 Metal Clad Cables
  • UL 1309/CSA C22.2 No. 245 Marine Shipboard Cable
Flame Tests
  • ICEA T-29-520 (210,000 BTU/hr)
  • IEEE 383 (70,000 BTU/hr)
  • CSA FT4
  • IEEE 1202 (70,000 BTU/hr)
  • UL 1581 (70,000 BTU/hr)
  • IEC 60332-3 Cat. A
Compliances
  • UL Type PLTC, SUN RES, DIR BUR, -40°C, UL File # E36118
  • UL Type ITC, UL File # E177408
  • UL Listed Marine Shipboard, UL File # E85994
  • American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Listed for CWCMC
  • RoHS Compliant

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