ANSI/NEMA Standard covers FEP insulated high-temperature wire.
Press Release Summary:
December 14, 2012 - ANSI/NEMA HP 4-2012 covers specific requirements for fluorinated ethylene propylene insulated solid and stranded wire, designed for internal wiring of high reliability electrical and electronic equipment. Publication addresses 250 V (type KT), 600 V (type K), and 1,000 V (type KK) hook-up wire and permits continuous conductor temperature ratings of -65 to +200°C with silver-coated or nickel-coated conductors and -65 to +150°C with tin-coated conductors.
Original Press Release
NEMA Publishes ANSI/NEMA HP 4-2012 Electrical and Electronic FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) Insulated High Temperature Hook-up Wire, Types KT (250 Volt), K (600 Volt), and KK (1000 Volt)
Press release date: December 10, 2012
ANSI/NEMA HP 4-2012 covers specific requirements for FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene) insulated solid and stranded wire, designed for the internal wiring of high reliability electrical and electronic equipment. This publication addresses 250 volt (type KT), 600 volt (type K), and 1000 volt (type KK) wire and permits continuous conductor temperature ratings of -65°C to +200°C with silver-coated or nickel-coated conductors and -65°C to +150°C with tin-coated conductors. These conductors are used primarily in insulated wires for aerospace, electrical, electronic and other high performance applications.
ANSI/NEMA HP 4-2012 is available in electronic or hardcopy format for $58. To purchase, visit NEMA¡¦s website or contact IHS by phone at 800-854-7179 (within the U.S.) or 303-397-7956 (international), or visit global.ihs.com.
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