Cable that endures harsh environment conditions

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Multi conductor can endure harsh environment conditions, surface abrasion, and even contact with flames. Versatile in application and used in many different applications from small electronic to large factory automation. Physically tough, and can withstand even the most demanding applications. Multi-conductor and communication cables come in different designs, including multi-conductor, multi-paired, and low capacitance versions. Jackets and conductors consist of many different insulation compounds such as: PVC, PTFE, Kynar, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Silicone, and Hypalon. Multi-conductor cables come available in individual shielding or overall shielding. Individual shielding can be identified when each wire has some type of shield. Overall shielding is when the shield is applied around all the wires in a group. Shields are available in braid, foil, or both. Foil shields or foil/braid shields are used to ensure signal integrity and electrical performance.

Multi-Conductor Categories

  • Cat 5 Cable
  • Cat 5e Cable
  • Cat 6 Cable
  • Cat 3 Cable
  • FPLP Fire Alarm Wire (Plenum)
  • FPLR Fire Alarm Wire (Non Plenum)
  • Composite Cable
  • Coax Cable
  • Low voltage cables
  • Direct Burial/VNTC


  • Security Systems
  • Home Automation
  • Telecommunication
  • Intercom Systems
  • Sound/Audio Systems
  • Power-Limited Controls
  • Industrial Signaling
  • Process Control Circuits
  • Class 1 Circuits
  • Non Power-Limited Fire Protection