Ancor Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Electrical Cable - 10/2

The longest continuous length we have in stock is: 56  feet.
The maximum continuous length we normally order is:  400  feet.*

*We may be able to special order longer lengths.
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Ancor Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Electrical Cable - 10/2

  • Wire Gauge: 10 AWG, 2 Conductor, Wire Color: Red / Yellow
  • Material: Tinned Boat Wire with Oil, Water, Gas, UV Resistant White Jacket
  • Certification: Exceeds UL 1426, Sold by the Foot
  • Item #: 
    202236
    Brand: 
    Ancor
    Model #: 

    124140

    Packaged Weight: 
    0.13  Lbs / Ft
    Our Price:
    $1.79
    202236
    Ancor Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Electrical Cable - 10/2 124140

    Ancor's 10/2 Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Cable exceeds UL 1426 standards and is made from the highest quality ultra flexible (Type 3/Class K) tinned copper stranding that provides maximum protection against corrosion and electrolysis, while resisting fatigue due to vibration and flexing.

    Features:

    • Outer jacket designed for easy removals
    • Tinned copper stranding for maximum protection against corrosion and electrolysis
    • Proprietary premium vinyl insulation stays flexible even in extreme cold
      • Resists salt water, battery acid, oil, gasoline and ultra-violet radiation
    • Exclusive insulation rated at 600 volts, 105° C dry and 75° C wet
    • Inner conductors are correctly color-coded to ABYC standards
    • Red and yellow marine grade primary conductors in a white common jacket
    • Exceeds all UL 1426, USCG charter boat and ABYC standards

    Safety wire:

    ABYC recommends using yellow wire for your DC negative because black Is the standard color for AC hot. There have been many cases of people working on their electrical systems who have Inadvertently cut into black AC wires. This is becoming even more common even on small boats due to the widespread use of inverters, power generators and shore power connections. Duplex safety wire has inner conductors of yellow and red for safety.

    Specifications:

    • Sold by the foot
    • Wire gauge: 10 AWG
    • Conductor: 2
    • Wire color: Red / yellow
    • Material: Tinned copper
    • Certification: Exceeds UL 1426
    Ancor Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Electrical Cable - 10/2
    1.79
    Status:   In Stock
    in feet: 
    Please note: Items Cut to Custom Lengths Are Not Returnable.

    Ancor's 10/2 Marine Grade Flat Duplex Safety Cable exceeds UL 1426 standards and is made from the highest quality ultra flexible (Type 3/Class K) tinned copper stranding that provides maximum protection against corrosion and electrolysis, while resisting fatigue due to vibration and flexing.

    Features:

    • Outer jacket designed for easy removals
    • Tinned copper stranding for maximum protection against corrosion and electrolysis
    • Proprietary premium vinyl insulation stays flexible even in extreme cold
      • Resists salt water, battery acid, oil, gasoline and ultra-violet radiation
    • Exclusive insulation rated at 600 volts, 105° C dry and 75° C wet
    • Inner conductors are correctly color-coded to ABYC standards
    • Red and yellow marine grade primary conductors in a white common jacket
    • Exceeds all UL 1426, USCG charter boat and ABYC standards

    Safety wire:

    ABYC recommends using yellow wire for your DC negative because black Is the standard color for AC hot. There have been many cases of people working on their electrical systems who have Inadvertently cut into black AC wires. This is becoming even more common even on small boats due to the widespread use of inverters, power generators and shore power connections. Duplex safety wire has inner conductors of yellow and red for safety.

    Specifications:

    • Sold by the foot
    • Wire gauge: 10 AWG
    • Conductor: 2
    • Wire color: Red / yellow
    • Material: Tinned copper
    • Certification: Exceeds UL 1426





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