Maretron Mini Bulk Cables

Maretron Mini Bulk Cables


The Maretron Mini Bulk Cables are used as trunk cable but can also serve as drop lines.


  • Used with field-attachable connectors to build exact length cables at the job site
  • Trunk or drop cable for use with Mini connectors
  • Meets and exceeds NMEA 2000 specifications for the highest reliability
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  • Outer Jacket Mat/Color:PVC/Blue - NB1, PVC/Gray - NG1
  • Insulation Material: PE (data), PVC (power)
  • Construction: 2x15 (1.45mm) AWG, 2x18 (1.02mm) AWG, 18 (1.02mm) AWG Drain Wire
  • Shielding (3 Levels): Foil (overall), Foil (power pair), Foil (data pair)

    Power Pair 
  • Wire: 2x15 (1.45mm) AWG
  • Resistance/Conductor: 3.44 Ohms/1000 ft max
  • Max Amperage: 16 Amps - NB1, 14 Amps - NG1
  • Color Code: Red/Black

    Data Pair

  • Wire: 2x18 (1.02mm) AWG
  • Characteristic Impedance: 120 Ohms +/- 10%
  • Capacitance: 12 pF/1000 ft Max
  • Color Code: White/Blue

  • 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
  • IEC: IEC-61162-3
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    Maretron Mini Bulk Cables NG1-100C Mini bulk cable, gray, 100 meters
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    Maretron Mini Bulk Cables NB1-100C Mini bulk cable, blue, 100 meters
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