UL Specification Number: UL2464 / UL 2464 / UL-2464


Wire Type: PVC Jacketed Cable.

Standard: Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.

Issued Date: 1968-05-02

Revised Date: 2003-05-02

Rating: 80C, 300 V.

Insulation And Jacket Information: Two or more singles, twisted pairs of groups of twisted singles twisted together or singles or groups of singles may be laid parallel to form flat, oval or round cable. Lay not specified. Barrier layer and/or fillers optional. Manufacturer shall maintain a complete description of each assembly. May use same or mixed AWG size.PVC - Class 43

Shielding: Optional.

Covering: (Optional.)

Instructions UL Representative: Detailed Examination of the cable assembly and jacket.
tab Physical Properties of Jacket.
RepresentativeDielectric Strength Test, 1500 Volts (shielded cable only).

UL Counter Check: (4) Detailed Examination.
Counter-Check(4) Physical Properties of Jacket.
Program(4) Heat Shock on Jacket.
(4) Cold Bend on Completed Cable.
(4) Deformation on Jacket, Class 43.
(12) Cable Flame Test on Completed Cable.

Marking: General.

Additional Notes:
Labeled or complying with manufacturer's AWM Procedure having a minimum rating of 80C and 300 V.
Braid - Optional.

Use: Internal wiring or external interconnection of electronic equipment (such as desk-type calculators, dictating machines, or x-ray equipment).If the insulated styles are not labeled, the appropriate Follow-Up Tests shall be conducted.

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