UL Specification Number: UL2651 / UL 2651 / UL-2651

Wire Type: Flat Cable.

Standard: Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.

Issued Date: 1973-08-13

Revised Date: 2003-07-14

Rating: 105 C, 300 V.

Conductor: No. 36-14 AWG, 2 through 150, solid or stranded.

Insulation And Jacket Information: Polyvinyl Chloride, 9 mils minimum average, 7 mils minimum at any point. Top or bottom layers may form ridges. Extruded or heat laminated PVC. Sections of the cable may be split into singles or groups of conductors.

Shielding: Optional.

Covering: (Optional.) PVC, 5 mils minimum at any point, \fi720 80 mils maximum.

Instructions UL Representative: Detailed Examination.
tab Dielectric Withstand, 2000 V, 50 to 60 Hz for one minute
Representative between conductors and water, or Spark Test.
Flexing - Unaged. Insulation shall not crack when flexed
flat wise into a \'93U\'94 bend around 1/8 in. mandrel,
ridged side out.

UL Counter Check: (4) Detailed Examination.
Counter-Check(4) Physical Properties.
Program(4) Cold Bend.
(4) Deformation Test.
*(12) Horizontal Flame Test.

Marking: General.

Use: Internal wiring of Electronic equipment.

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