12AWG (1)

XLP/PVC Tray Cable Unshielded Multiconductor Tray Cable 12 AWG
Multiconductor 12 AWG Type XHHW-2
Insulation Thickness:  30 mils /0 .76 mm
Conductor: Bare, annealed copper conforming to ASTM B3 and Class B stranded in accordance with ASTM B8.
Insulation: Flame-retardant cross-linked polyethylene meeting the requirements for XHHW-2 per UL 44 and the requirements of ICEA S-95-658
for XLPE insulation as standard. Rated VW-1
Assembly: Conductors are cabled in concentric layers with interstices filled with suitable fillers, as required.  Ground wires, are sized as required by UL 1277
(refer to the applicable product tables for the standard provided).  Cable has an insulated green ground wire. 
A binder tape of synthetic material assembles the core in a tight circular configuration.
Jacket: UL listed sunlight and moisture resistant, sequentially length marked, black polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material meeting the requirements of UL 1277.

Bend Radius: 5 x overall diameter installed / 8 x overall diameter during installation pull-in.

Notes:
• Dimensions and weights shown are nominal values, subject to standard industry tolerances. 
• Cables with different conductor counts and bare or insulated green grounds are also available.
• Cables with 3 or more conductors are UL listed for exposed runs (ER) when installed in accordance 
with NEC 2008 and NEC 2011 Article 336.10(7).
• Ampacities are in accordance with NEC 2008 Table 310.16 or NEC 2011 Table 310.15(B)(16) for conductors
 in raceway or direct buried at 30°C ambient temperature and 90°C rated conductors.  Ampacities 
for cables having more than three conductors have been derated per NEC 2008 
Table 310.15(B)(2)(a) or NEC 2011 Table 310.15(B)(3)(a).  
• For load diversity of 50%, refer to NEC 2008 Table 310.11(B) or NEC 2011 Table 310.15(B)(2)(11).
• For correction factors for different ambient temperatures and ampacities at different conductor
 temperature ratings see NEC 2008 Table 310.16 or NEC 2011 Table 310.15(B)(16).
• NEC 2008 and NEC 2011 Article 240.4(D) requires that overcurrent protection not exceed 
20 amperes for 12 AWG copper conductors after any correction factors for ambient temperature 
and number of conductors have been applied.  Exceptions to this may be covered in NEC 2008 
and NEC 2011 Article 240.4(E) through (G).
(1) Where 4th conductor is neutral of a balanced 3 phase system.

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Cole Number Size AWG No. Of Cond. JKT Wall NOM O.D. D.C. Volts AMPS (1) Weight LBS/MFT Color Quantity Add
16-0414 12 2 45 .420 600V 30 94
16-0415 12 3 45 .445 600V 30 126
16-0416 12 4 45 .485 600V 24/30 160
16-0417 12 5 45 .535 600V 24 194
16-0418 12 7 60 .610 600V 21 273
16-0419 12 9 60 .710 600V 21 341
16-0420 12 10 60 .755 600V 15 356
16-0421 12 12 60 .795 600V 15 416
16-0422 12 15 60 .860 600V 15 506
16-0423 12 19 80 .955 600V 15 655
16-0424 12 20 80 .995 600V 15 691
16-0425 12 25 80 1.115 600V 13.5 847
16-0426 12 30 80 1.190 600V 13.5 995
16-0427 12 37 80 1.265 600V 12 1275
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