DG1-100C

Maretron Mid Bulk Cables

Maretron Mid Bulk Cables

Description

The Maretron Mid Bulk Cables are primarily used as drop cable but can also serve at the trunk line depending on the network power requirements.

Features

  • Bulk cable with field-attachable connectors allows for maximum flexibility
  • Meets and exceeds NMEA 2000 specifications for the highest reliability
  • Optimized for voltage drop sensitive networks
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Notable Specifications:

Overall 

  • Outer Jacket Mat/Color: PVC/Gray - DG1 PVC/Blue - DB1
  • Insulation Material: PE (data wires), PVC (power wires)
  • Construction: 2x16 (1.29mm) AWG, 2x20 (0.81mm) AWG, 20 (0.81mm) AWG Drain Wire 
  • Shielding (3 levels): Foil (overall), Foil (power pair), Foil (data pair)

    Power Pair
  • Wire: 2x16 (1.29mm) AWG
  • Resistance/Conductor: 4.1 Ohms/1000 ft max
  • Max Amperage: 14 Amps
  • Color Code: Red/Black

    Data Pair 
  • Wire: 2x20 (0.81mm) (AWG)
  • Characteristic Impedance: 120 Ohms +/- 10%
  • Capacitance: 10.75 pF/ft
  • Color Code: White/Blue

    Approvals 
  • UL: PLTC 75 deg C Sunlight Resistant E90625, AWM 80 deg C 300V
  • CSA: CMX-OUTDOOR-CMG LL54185 75 deg C, AWM I/II A/B 80 deg C 300V FT4 
  • NMEA: NMEA 2000 Approved
  • IEC: IEC-61162-3
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Maretron Mid Bulk Cables DG1-100C Mid bulk cable, gray, 100 meters
    $409.71
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    Maretron Mid Bulk Cables DB1-100C Mid bulk cable, blue, 100 meters
    $421.24
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