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NEMA HP 5

Electrical and Electronic Cross-linked, Modified Polyethylene (XLPE) Insulated125°C Hook-Up Wire, Types L (600 V), LL (1000 V), and LX (3000 V)

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Organization: NEMA
Publication Date: 1 January 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 23
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This standards publication covers specific requirements for cross-linked, modified polyethylene insulated solid and stranded wire designed to the internal wiring of high reliability electrical and electronic equipment. This document addresses 600 V (Type L), 1000 V (Type LL), and 3000 V (Type LX) wire and permits continuous conductor temperature ratings of -65°C to + 125°C with either tin-coated, or silvercoated conductors. These types of hook-up wire are used when the following requirements are called for: 

  • Moderate temperature resistance 
  • Low temperature resistance 
  • Moderate dielectric constant 
  • Good flexibility and flex life when stranded conductors are used 
  • Solder iron resistance for easier solder terminations without potential damage 
  • Good fire resistance

Document History

NEMA HP 5
January 1, 2013
Electrical and Electronic Cross-linked, Modified Polyethylene (XLPE) Insulated125°C Hook-Up Wire, Types L (600 V), LL (1000 V), and LX (3000 V)
This standards publication covers specific requirements for cross-linked, modified polyethylene insulated solid and stranded wire designed to the internal wiring of high reliability electrical and...
January 1, 2009
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CROSSLINKED, MODIFIED POLYETHYLENE (XLPE) INSULATED 125 DEGREES C HOOK-UP WIRE, TYPES L (600 V), LL (1000 V), AND LX (3000 V)
This Standards Publication covers specific requirements for FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) insulated solid and stranded wire, designed for the internal wiring of high reliability electrical and...

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