UL Specification Number: UL2569 / UL 2569 / UL-2569


Wire Type: Flat Ribbon Cable.

Standard: Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.

Issued Date: 1972-04-10

Revised Date: 2003-09-17

Rating: 105 deg. C, 600 Volts.

Conductor: Two to twelve, 30-10 AWG, solid or stranded, tinned or bare copper. All conductors same size.

Insulation And Jacket Information: An extruded flat cable with a single row of conductors having a web between insulated conductors. The nominal and minimum insulation thickness along the ripped edges for each conductor shall be 30 and 27 mils respectively.
Insulation: Extruded PVC, nominal 30 mils, suitable for use at 105 deg. C in air, 60 or 80 deg. C in oil (whichever is applicable).

Instructions UL Representative: Detailed Examination.
tab Physical Properties: Class 43.
Representative

UL Counter Check: (4) Detailed Examination.
Counter-Check(4) Physical Properties Class 43.
Program(4) Heat Shock on Insulated Individuals after Separation.
(4) Cold Bend on Insulated Individuals after separation.
(4) Deformation on Insulated Individuals after Separation.
*(12) Horizontal Flame Test on Finished Cable.

Marking: General.

Use: Internal wiring of appliances not to exceed 105 deg. C; or if exposed to oil, not to exceed deg. C+. + Specify 60 or 80 deg. C, whichever is applicable.

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