UL Specification Number: UL2725 / UL 2725 / UL-2725

Wire Type: Electronic Cable.

Standard: Appliance Wiring Material UL 758.

Issued Date: 1975-05-02

Revised Date: 2006-11-20

Rating: 60 C or 80 C, 30 V.

Conductor: Two, three, or four parallel, or two or more twisted insulated singles or groups of twisted singles twisted together or groups of twisted singles may be laid parallel to form flat or oval cable. Lay not specified. Barrier layer and/or fillers optional. May employ a web extruded integrally with the jacket. Manufacturer shall maintain a complete description of each assembly. Diameter of assembly under jacket one inch maximum.

Insulation And Jacket Information: PVC, Class 43, 9 mils minimum average, 7 mils minimum at any point, before and after ripping if a web is used.

Shielding: Optional.

Instructions UL Representative: Detailed Examination.
tab Tensile and elongation of jacket, unaged

UL Counter Check: (4) Detailed Examination.
Counter-Check(4) Tensile and elongation of jacket, unaged and aged
(4) \fi-720 Heat Shock
(4) \fi-720 Cold Bend
*Program(12) Horizontal Flame Test.

Marking: General.

Additional Notes:
Labeled or Complies with manufacturer's AWM Procedure. May include mixed sizes.

Use: Internal wiring of electronic equipment in Class 2 systems only.

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