20 AWG – Twisted Pair - 300V - Stranded Conductor - Overall Foil Shield - PLTC Tray Cable
Power Limited Tray Cable (PLTC) is a versatile and adaptable cable suitable for applications such as Industrial Control Systems (Instrument & Control Wiring, Sensors & Transducers, etc.), Intercom Systems, Burglar Alarms & Point of Sale Systems.
PLTC tray cable can be installed in several types of conduit, ducts, raceways, and cable tray systems. It is flame retardant and UV resistant. It is rated to transmit 300V and has a temperature rating of 221°F. Suitable for Class 2 (CL2) and 3 (CL3) electrical circuits, as well as in Class 1, 2 and Division 2 hazardous locations.
PLTC tray cable is a rugged cable used for wiring your mission-critical equipment, machinery, and systems.
- PLTC (Power Limited Tray Cable)
- Bare Copper
- Overall Shield (Foil Shield Aluminum Mylar)
- Flame Retardant UV Resistant PVC Jacket
- UL Listed
- Industrial Control Systems
- Instrument & Control
- Sensors & Transducers
- Intercom Systems
- Burglar Alarms
- Point of Sale Systems
Please note: This product is cut to ordered length, cut cable is not returnable.
Any amount of cable you order above the maximum continuous length of 1000 FT will be sent in separate pieces.
1 Pair: .230 in
2 Pair: .380 in
4 Pair: .420 in
6 Pair: .460 in
12 Pair: .590 in
24 Pair: .800 in
- CONDUCTORS: Stranded, bare copper
- INSULATION: 105°C Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
- PAIRS: Pairs are twisted with a suitable lay to reduce magnetic interference and color coded black and white, each pair is printed numerically to ensure easy identification
- ASSEMBLY: The individual pairs are cabled together to form a round completed assembly, overall aluminum/polyester foil shield with stranded tinned copper drain wire
- OVERALL JACKET: Flame-retardant, sunlight-resistant, black PVC, a rip cord is included for jacket removal
- STANDARDS: Meets Article 725 of the NEC for Type PLTC and UL Subject 13, finished cable meets IEEE 1202 flame test
- TEMPERATURE: 105°C
- VOLTAGE: 300 V
**Suitable for Class 2 and 3 electrical circuits per NEC Article 725.**