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WesBell PVC Shielded Cable is rated for 300 volts and 80°C. Tinned copper strands are insulated with UL1061 approved PVC insulation and color coded for easy installation. Gray Shielded PVC cables are commonly used to install public address systems and Intercoms. These cables are common to use in place of multiple PVC hookup wires.

Shielded PVC Cable Construction

PVC cables start with stranded bare copper, covered with a coating of tin for easier soldering in assembly work. The tinned copper strands are covered with PVC insulation (UL1061 approved), and each conductor is color coded with anywhere from 2 to 50+ total conductors per cable. The shield is an aluminum polyester foil layer over the conductors. The outer jacket is a grade of PVC and rated for 300 volts and 80°C. The shielded PVC cable listed on our website also has a tinned copper drain wire.

Shielded PVC Cable Approvals

WesBell’s shielded cables use UL, CSA and RoHS approved conductors. UL provides different tests and approvals based on each UL style, of which UL1061 is 300 volts and 80°C. If you need more voltage or a higher temperature rating you should ask our sales staff to quote it for you. There will be a different UL style to match the different voltage level, such as UL1015 is approved for 600 volts. This shielded cable is one of the most basic in the industry, which means it’s the cheapest as well. It’s not designed in a cheap way, it just doesn’t have added bells and whistles that some applications require at an added cost.

Shielded PVC Cable Applications

Generally, shielded cables are used in applications that require the cable to block EMI (Electrical Magnetic Interference), such as Public address systems, burglar alarms, cash registers, intercoms, internal telephones and remote control circuits. The same installations and applications might not have the need to block EMI depending on the other cables located in the general area, but the installer or electrician should have that information.

PVC cables can also be considered a group of “hook up wires” in a neat and organized fashion. Instead of installing 10 individual wires that look messy, you can use a PVC cable to create a much neater installation of wires. Some wire harnesses use heat shrink tubing or zip ties to hold the wires together in an organized format. When 2 or 3 wires are being used some customers request them to be twisted together in order to hold their form as a unified wire, or to block EMI when more conductors are running close by.

Shielded PVC Cable Manufacturers

Several manufacturers make hook up wire and shielded cables. Both the conductors and jacket and made with PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) so it’s easy for the manufacturers to make both hook up wire and PVC cables. General Cable, Quabbin Wire, Comtran and Cable Technology are a few manufacturers that WesBell uses as approved vendors. Each manufacturer designs their cables slightly different, so if you have a tight outer diameter tolerance, you should request the cable’s data sheet of the exact manufacturer that you plan to buy.

Shielded PVC Cable Services

WesBell is an ISO 9001 certified company that will also cut your cable to length, remove the outer jacket to a specified length, remove the shield, strip the insulation from each conductor to a specified length and dip each conductor (copper) into tin. Dipping the conductors into tin will avoid the individual strands from fraying during transit and also increase the connection process when the user solders each wire to their application. Furthermore, WesBell can crimp terminals (Molex, AMP, JST, etc.) to the ends of each conductors and insert them into a plastic house. We provide all of the added services needed, we supply the tooling and applicators, and we hold a release (package size) on the shelf for immediate shipment, when requested.

  • Construction
  • Bare copper
  • UL1061 PVC insulation
  • Aluminum polyester foil shield
  • Gray PVC jacket
  • Approvals
  • RoHS Compliant
  • UL
  • CSA
  • 80�C
  • 300 Volts
  • Applications
  • Computer interconnections
  • Data transmission
  • Control circuits
  • Industrial equipment control