UL Specification Number: UL2112 / UL 2112 / UL-2112

Wire Type: Two-Conductor 15 mils Thermoplastic (PVC)-Insulated Shielded Cable with 1/32-Inch Jacket.

Standard: Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.

Issued Date: 1959-05-01

Revised Date: 2004-03-09

Rating: 80 C, Volts: 300 (Insulation), 600 (Jacket).

Conductor: Two, No. 26-16 AWG, solid or stranded, tinned or bare.

Insulation And Jacket Information: Nominal 30 mil wall thermoplastic (PVC) compound suitable for use at 80 C.
Insulation: Nominal 15 mil wall thermoplastic (PVC) compound suitable for use at 80 C.

Shielding: Shielding over one or both insulated conductors shall consist of No. 36-30 AWG tinned or untinned copper strands applied as a wrap or braid.

Instructions UL Representative: Detailed Examination.
tab Tensile Strength and Elongation of Insulation and Jacket.
*RepresentativeSpark Test.

UL Counter Check: (4) Detailed Examination.
Counter-Check(4) Tensile Strength and Elongation of Insulation and
Program Jacket.
(4) Heat Shock.
*(4) Deformation.
(4) Cold Bend.
*(12) Horizontal Flame Test.

Marking: General.

Use: Phonograph Pick-up and Volume Control or In the Internal Wiring of Appliances at temperatures not exceeding 80 C.

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