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 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 Phoenix, AZ; Bedford, NH; Pewaukee, WI; Rochester, NY, Tampa, FL; and Mt. Juliet, TN. For more information on Allied, visit our main website at

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