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The MIL-Spec wire is constructed of a stranded tinned copper conductor, white polyvinylchloride insulation and a clear nylon outer jacket. The MIL-Spec wire may be used in electronic or electrical applications.
The MIL-Spec wire has a clear nylon outer jacket. The wire has a flame retardant nylon lacquered glass with yarn braid overall. The MIL-Spec wire has a voltage rating of volts.
The MIL-Spec wires may n16878 used in any application where it may be exposed to abrasion, high impact loads, or chemical abuse. It also works well for the internal wiring of meters, panels, and electronic equipment and may meet UL or UL It is a shielded and jacketed cable. The PFTE insulation on the cables offers high reliability with exceptional thermal stability and chemical resistance. MIL-W hook up wires are good for high temperature applications.
The cables have a braided silver plated copper shield. QQ-W wire is usually offered in two varieties: QQ-W may be used for winding of m6878, antennas, point to point wiring, and ground wire. The wire is often available in many different configurations. This coax wire also comes in various different sspec which offer a difference in OD, maximum voltage, conductor, dielectric, impedance, etc.
Each type are designed with different attributes such as: These shipboard cables are used in the following applications: MIL-W has two different cables that fall under this spec which include: These cables offer several subcategories dpec are meant for specific shipboard applications, such as power and control, electronic, communications and instrumentation.
These categories are then further divided into flexing vs non flexing and non-watertight vs watertight.
Ribbon cables are great for any application that requires minimal space because of the flat and wide construction, however, keep in mind that they are not highly flexible and can only be used for straight-run applications.
M Ribbon Cable is FEP insulated, while offering good chemical resistance and environmental stability. MIL-W MIL-W high temperature lead wire is used for missile, commercial, shipboard, airframe, avionics, electronics and military vehicle applications.
This mil-spec wire stands the test m168778 extreme conditions because of its resistance to abrasion, chemicals, notch propagation and shrink back.
M lead wire also features soft annealed tinned copper conductors, irradiation cross-linked Polyalkane insulation and a clear cross-linked extruded PVDF jacket.
In addition, this lead wire is self-extinguishing and flame retardant. There are three different conductor styles which include: It is approved for military use and are often used speec an alternative to typical airframe wire. This wire is also available in varying conductor styles and shielding options.
Commercial & UL/CSA
They can be used in a variety of applications, including heavy portable tools and equipment, charging cables, and power and control cords. MIL-C MIL-C heavy duty vehicle cables are used on all types of military ground vehicles, such as tanks, trailers, trucks and jeeps.
Each part numbers construction offers differences in circuit identification, conductor size, insulation type, number of conductors, and shielding material.
Allied offers 11 different types of MIL-C shipboard cable which can be flexing or non flexing or watertight or non-watertight. And they have a variety of applications, including but not limited to: These mil-spec wires are broken down into standard wall, thin wall or medium wall, as well as different slant, gauge sizes and colors, depending on your application. MIL-C MIL-C cable is designed for internal wiring of electrical equipment and includes electrical cables consisting of unshielded and unjacketed, shielded, jacketed, or shielded and jacketed twisted pairs and triples, and shielded or shielded and jacketed singles.
There are two common styles of MIL-W MIL-W is a commonly requested military specification for a wire. QQ-W is another federal specification for electrical wire. MIL-W is a military specification covering high temperature, fire resistant electrical wire.
MIL-W is a military specification covering polyimide-insulated electric wire with copper or copper alloy conductors. MIL-W wires are suitable for many high temperature applications and are primarily used for missiles and aircraft.
M (NEMA HP) – Mil-Spec Wire & Cable – A.E. Petsche
MIL-C Cables are lighter in weight than traditional shipboard cable which makes them safer to use on naval ships to cut down on unnecessary weight. MIL-W high temperature lead wire is used for missile, commercial, shipboard, airframe, avionics, electronics and military vehicle applications. MIL-W insulated electrical wire is designed for use in computer back panels and other electrical and data equipment.
MIL-C heavy duty vehicle cables are used on all types of military ground vehicles, such as tanks, trailers, trucks and jeeps.
MIL-W-16878 Cable Designation
MIL-C Cables are used to describe both unshielded and shielded cable constructions for airframe, avionics and aerospace and applications. Allied stocks a wide variety of MIL-W M wire that can be used in both the government or commercial environment. MIL-C cable is designed for internal wiring of electrical equipment and includes electrical cables consisting of unshielded and unjacketed, shielded, jacketed, or shielded and jacketed twisted pairs and triples, and shielded or shielded and jacketed singles.
This special purpose, double insulated, mil-spec wire features a tin coated copper conductor, extruded layer of Irraflex insulation and Irraflex jacket.