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NEMA publishes standard for uninsulated conductors.

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Mar 14, 2016 - NEMA has published ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2015 Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications. Standard covers the following uninsulated conductors: single end and stranded, coated and uncoated copper, coated copper alloy, coated copper-clad steel, aluminum, and thermocouple extension conductors. Originally developed in 2011 by the Aerospace Technical Committee, revision adheres to requirements that were altered to better align with SAE standard AS29606.

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) - Rosslyn, VA

Original Press Release

NEMA Publishes ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2015 Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications

Press release date: Mar 10, 2016

NEMA Publishes ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2015 Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications

ROSSLYN, Va., —The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2015 Standard for Uninsulated Conductors Used in Electrical and Electronic Applications. This standard contains requirements for uninsulated conductors for aerospace, electrical, electronic and other high-performance applications.

It covers the following uninsulated conductors: single end (solid) and stranded; coated and uncoated copper; coated copper alloy; coated copper-clad steel; aluminum conductors; and thermocouple extension conductors.

Originally developed in 2011 by the Aerospace Technical Committee, this revision adheres to requirements that were altered to better align with SAE standard AS29606.

ANSI/NEMA WC 67-2015 may be purchased in hard copy or downloaded for $87 on the NEMA website.

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