Wind-turbine cables-Northwire Inc.

June 10, 2010
The Resilience Cables, for wind-turbine applications, are UL and Wind Turbine Tray Cable approved and NFPA 79 rated for constant flex and high performance.

The Resilience Cables, for wind-turbine applications, are UL and Wind Turbine Tray Cable (WTTC) approved and NFPA 79 (12.2.2) rated for constant flex and high performance. The cables are designed for low-voltage control, data, communication, and exposed-run power applications in wind-turbine nacelles. They have a torsional and bend high-flex life, operate at temperatures as low as –40°C, are oil resistant (Oil Res I and II), and FT4 flame rated. Six to 18-awg cable comes in AWM 300-V, 600-V and WTTC-rated 1,000-V configurations with options for customization.

Northwire Inc., 110 Prospect Way, Osceola, WI 54020, (800) 468-1516, www.northwire.com/resilience

© 2010 Penton Media, Inc.

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