MCT164SPOS

16 AWG 4 pairs 7 strand bare copper conductors, PVC insulation, individually and overall shielded, with a PVC jacket, aluminum interlocked armor and an overall PVC jacket. (UL) ITC or PLTC 105’C.
SKU: MCT164SPOS
 
• UL listed as type PLTC & CL3 per UL standard 13 and as type ITC per UL standard 2250
• Cable is suitable for use in Class I Division II hazardous locations
• Cable is UL approved for Sunlight Resistant & Direct Burial Applications.
• All materials used in the manufacture of this cable are RoHS compliant
• Made in the USA
This spec is for informational purposes and subject to change. This spec may not be suitable for submission. Contact Lake Cable for non-watermark spec sheet.
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Conductor
AWG Size & Stranding16 AWG 7 Strands Class B
MaterialAnnealed Bare Copper
Conductor Count4 Pairs
Interlocked Armor
MaterialInterlocked Aluminum
Diameter0.730”
Standards
Recommended Operating Voltage300V
Assembly
Pair Lay Length2.75” LHL (4.36 Tw/Ft)
Pairs Drain Wire18 AWG 7 Strand Tinned Copper
Pairs BinderClear Mylar Tape
Pairs ShieldFoil Free Edge Aluminum/Mylar
Cable Lay Length5.75” LHL (2.08 Tw/Ft)
Cable BinderClear Mylar Tape
Cable ShieldAluminum Mylar Tape – 100% Coverage
Cable Drain Wire16 AWG 7 Strand Tinned Copper
Inner Jacket
MaterialPolyvinylchloride
Wall Thickness0.050”
Diameter0.480”
ColorBlack
RipcordNo
Insulation
MaterialPolyvinylchloride
Wall Thickness0.016”
Color CodeBlack x White numbered
Outer Jacket
MaterialPolyvinylchloride
Wall Thickness0.040”
Diameter0.810”
ColorBlack
RipcordYes
Cold Bend Rating-40°C
Weight322 Lbs/Mft
Markings
TypeCable permanently identified via surface inkjet print
LegendLAKE CABLE E171202 16AWG 4PR SPOS (UL) PLTC OR (UL) ITC OR (UL) CL3 105’C SUN RES DIR BUR FT-4 “ROHS”
Footage MarkersYes

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