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LUTZE SILFLEX 24VDC Flexible Control Cable from AutomationDirect

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January 13, 2022

LUTZE SILFLEX 24VDC flexible control cable is an industrial-rated low voltage cable ideal for both stationary and flexible applications. Constructed with a rugged outer jacket, these cables provide resistance to sunlight, oil, and moisture penetration, making them suitable for wet and dry locations.

With its UL Type MTW Machine Tool Wire rating, this cable meets the NFPA 79, Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery with additional ratings and approvals, including Class 1 Division 2 Hazardous Locations and Direct Burial.

The UL Type TC-ER Tray Cable Exposed Run rating allows this cable to be installed between a cable tray and the utilization equipment or device without the need for metal conduit and/or armor, resulting in installation and maintenance savings.

LUTZE 24VDC control cable can be ordered cut to specified lengths in 1-foot increments with a 20ft minimum, starts at $0.81 per foot, and is made in the USA.

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