RS PRO 6 Core Unscreened Industrial Cable, 0.22 mm² (Euroclass Eca) Black 100m Reel
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|Rulle(ar)||Per Reel||Per Metre*|
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RS Pro Unscreened Multicore Cable - Core Strands 7/0.2 mm
Brought to you by RS Pro, a range of unscreened multicore cables suitable for various applications. Unscreened multicore cables are a cost effective solution in situations where normal cable connections may look untidy or disorganised. All models are highly reliable and excellent quality.
Features and Benefits
7/0.2 mm core strands
High performing copper conductor
0.22 mm² CSA
Black PVC sheath
High performance multicore
What is an unscreened cable?
The terms unscreened and screened in regards to cables will provide various purposes for the user. The first will be the price. As screened cables offer excellent protection in situations where cables may be trodden on or be bashed around. Unscreened cables however still have the protective PVC sheath over the cores and are still well sheltered from many outcomes, without the price of a screened version.
If a higher frequency is needed, then the screened version will excel within that area. However, if frequency isn't a worry area, then an unscreened version will still provide the application with an excellent performance.
Both unscreened and screened types are still a great option to order. Although if you're looking for a cost effective version, the unscreened would be a perfect choice.
Who uses multi-core cable?
Multicore cable is a type of electrical cable which includes more cores than a standard power or coaxial cable. They can be supplied in various lengths and the number of cores can vary significantly. Commonly used within industrial or entertainment applications, they can keep otherwise messy and disorganised wire connections tidy. The name is self descriptive, in the sense that they would be able to house cores from various types of electrical cable into one sheath, such as coaxial and power. Due to the layout and coloured cores from these RS Pro PVC cables, installation is easy and efficient.
What is multi core cable used for?
Due to the efficient conducting capabilities copper presents, multicore cable has a huge variety of uses. The entertainment industry are common users of multicore cable for audio purposes. Commonly named within that application as a 'snake cable', mixers, speakers and other audio equipment can essentially have one cable linked up to the device. As opposed to having multiple wires running across the floor. Significantly reducing the possibilities of tripping hazards and other accidents.
Please be aware, although these cables are electrical, they are not to be regarded as power cables, or cables for the direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies.
Defence Standard 61 - 12 Parts 4 and 5
|Number of Cores||6|
|Cross Sectional Area||0.22 mm²|
|American Wire Gauge||24 AWG|
|Current Rating||1 A|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+80°C|
|Core Strands||7/0.2 mm|
|Sheath Material||Polyvinyl Chloride PVC|
|Voltage Rating||440 V|
|Conductor Resistance||92 Ω/km|
|Standards Met||Euroclass Eca|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-20°C|