X-079330-007-FT

Cobra Wire 22/4 Shielded Communication Cable

Cobra Wire 22/4 Shielded Communication Cable

Description

The Cobra Wire 22/4 Shielded Communication Cable is ideal for ducts, security alarms, background music, and many more applications.

Features

  • Shield 100% aluminum polyester foil
  • Drain stranded tinned copper
  • Flame rating NFP A 262 flame test
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Details

NEC RATING: CMP, NEC Article 800
APPROVALS: (UL) C(UL) Listed or c(ETL)us Listed
APPLICATION: Indoor within ducts, plenums, and other spaces used for environmental air for (Pro Audio, Intercom Systems, Security Systems, Sound, Background Music)

Construction Parameters:

  • Conductor 22 A WG Bare Copper
  • Stranding 7 x 30
  • Insulation Material Flex Plenum PVC
  • Insulation Thickness 0.008" Nom.
  • Number of Conductors: 4
  • (2 Shielded) (2 Unshielded)
  • Shield 100% Aluminum Polyester Foil
  • Drain Stranded Tinned Copper
  • Jacket Material Flex Plenum PVC
  • Jacket Thickness 0.015" Nom.
  • Overall Cable Diameter 0.154" Nom.
  • Approximate Cable Weight 19 lbs/1M' Nom.
  • Flame Rating NFP A 262 Flame Test



Electrical & Environmental Properties:

  • Temperature Rating -10°C To +60°C
  • Operating Voltage 300 V RMS
  • Max. Capacitance Between Conductors@ 1 KHz 55 pt/ft Nom.
  • Capacitance Between Conductors to Shield@ 1 KHz 99 pt/ft Nom.
  • DC Resistance per Conductor@ 20° C 17 Ohms/1M' Nom.
  • Insulation Colors: Black, Red, White, Green
  • Jacket Color: Grey
  • RoHS Compliant Yes



Mechanical Properties:

  • Max. Recommended Pull Tension 51lbs
  • Min. Bend Radius (Install) 1.6"
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