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SPEC 9800

January, 2011

CCW® Armored Power, 5 kV 133%/8 kV 100%, Shielded, 3/C VFD
UL Type MC-HL or MV-105, EPR, 105°C, Cable Tray Use, Sunlight-Resistant Direct Burial, ABS CWCMC

Product Construction:
Conductor: • Bare annealed copper per ASTM B3 • Compact stranding per ASTM B496 Extruded Strand Shield (ESS): • Extruded thermoset semi-conductor stress control layer over the conductorper ICEA S-93-639 and UL 1072 Insulation: • 115 mils Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR) insulation per ICEA S-93-639 and UL 1072 Extruded Insulation Shield (EIS): • Thermoset semi-conducting polymeric layer, free stripping from the insulation per ICEA S-93-639 and UL 1072 Shield: • 5 mil annealed bare copper tape with 25% overlap Phase Identification: • Color-coded polymeric identification tapelaid under the shield — black, red and blue Grounding Conductors: • Three (3) split Class B stranded bare annealed copper grounding conductors • Sized in accordance with UL 1072 and NEC Article 250 Cable Assembly: • Insulated and grounding conductors are cabled together with nonhygroscopic fillers when required • Binder tape is applied over the cabled core CCW Armor: • Impervious, continuouslywelded and corrugated aluminum alloy sheath per UL 1072 and UL 1569 • CCW armor conductivity meets the grounding requirements of NEC Article 250

Jacket: • Flame-retardant, moisture- and sunlight-resistant Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), yellow • Low temperature performance meets ASTM D746 brittleness temperature at or below -40°C

Features: (cont’d)
• Triple Extrusion: The strand shield, EPRinsulation and insulation shield are all extruded in one operation • General Cable’s EPR insulation system has outstanding corona resistance and high dielectric strength, and it provides electrical stability under stress • Cable meets cold impact at -40°C • 105˚C continuous operating temperature, wet or dry • 140˚C emergency rating • 250˚C short circuit rating

• VariableFrequency Drives: 3-conductor CCW armored cables with three (3) symmetrical grounding wires are the preferred wiring method for use with AC motors controlled by pulse-width modulated inverters in VFD applications • CCW armored Medium Voltage power cables offer an economical, rugged and reliable alternative to labor-intensive cable in conduit wiring methods • For use on feeders and branch circuits inindustrial power distribution systems per NEC Articles 328 and 330 • For use in Class I, II and III, Divisions 1 and 2; and Class I, Zones 1 and 2 hazardous locations per NEC Articles 501, 502, 503 and 505 • Installed on metal racks, troughs, in raceways, in cable trays or secured to supports spaced not more than six feet apart • Installed in both exposed and concealed work, wet or drylocations, directly buried or embedded in concrete • Recognized for use on fixed or floating offshore petroleum facilities as recommended by the American Petroleum Institute

Design Adherence: • ICEA S-93-639/WC-74, 5-46 kV Shielded Power Cable • AEIC CS8 Specification for Shielded Power Cable, 5-46 kV • UL 1072 Medium Voltage Power Cables • UL 1569 Metal Clad Cables • UL 2225Cables and Cable Fittings for Use in Hazardous Locations • UL 1309 Marine Shipboard Cable • CSA C68.3 Flame Tests: • ICEA T-29-520 (210,000 BTU/hr) • IEEE 383 (70,000 BTU/hr) • CSA FT4 • IEEE 1202 (70,000 BTU/hr) • UL 1072 • IEC 60332-3 Category A Compliances: • UL Type MV-105, UL File # E90501 • UL Type MC-HL, SUN RES, CT USE, DIR BUR, -40°C, FT4, UL File # E90496 • UL Listed Marine Shipboard, ULFile # E85994 • American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Listed for CWCMC

• CCW armor provides an impervious barrier to moisture, gas and liquids and meets the grounding requirements of UL 1072 and the NEC

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SPEC 9800

January, 2011

CCW® Armored Power, 5 kV 133%/8 kV 100%, Shielded, 3/C VFD
UL Type MC-HL or MV-105, EPR, 105°C,...
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