CSA C22.2 NO. 35-09
Extra-low-voltage control circuit cable, low-energy control cable, and extra-low-voltage control cable
|Publication Date:||1 January 2009|
This Standard specifies requirements for the following types of control cables, rated 30 V maximum, intended for use in extra-low-voltage control circuits in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I:
(a) Type LVT extra-low-voltage control circuit cables, rated 60 °C maximum;
(b) low-energy control cable, rated 105 °C maximum;
(c) Type ELC extra-low-voltage control cable, rated 60 °C maximum; and
(d) golf course and lawn sprinkler wire, low-voltage, and low-energy circuit cables, rated 60 °C maximum.
Tables 1 and 10 provide summaries of the types of cables covered by this Standard.
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