Alpha Wire Adds New 3 Conductor to V Series

Alpha Wire has added a new VFD cable to their product catalog. They have expanded their already popular V series cables with a new 3-conductor version. Specifically designed for variable frequency drives (VFD), Alpha’s V series cables minimize the problems that can arise from harmonics, corona discharges, and power distortion. The new 3-conductor version provides the same benefits in a smaller package, which can help reduce costs over the larger VFD cables.

3-Conductor V Series Cables are available from 16 AWG 16 to 4/0 AWG and feature cross-linked polyethylene insulation for corona resistance, low capacitance and a symmetrical design for more flexibility. All gauge sizes feature overall shielding for EMI protection: aluminum/polyester/aluminum foil and copper braid with 85% coverage for gauges 16 to 4, and double-layer copper table for the larger gauges. They are also standard approved for UL Types TC-ER, 1000-V Motor Supply Cable, and XHHW-2 among others.

Please visit http://www.awcwire.com/alphawireRFQ.aspx to submit an RFQ for any Alpha products, including their new 3-Conductor V Series cables.

About awcwire
Allied Wire & Cable is a value-added manufacturer and distributor of electrical wire and cable, tubing, and more. We are a family owned and operated company, serving a wide range of industries, including the military, automotive, aerospace, and telecommunications markets. Allied is headquartered in Collegeville, PA. Additional locations can be found across the US, in Merrimack, NH, Tampa, FL, Pewaukee, WI, and Las Vegas, NV. For more information on Allied, visit our main website at www.awcwire.com.

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