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Composite Wire & Cable FEATURES & BENEFITS Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (CarlisleIT) has developed composite insulated cables to combat the limitations Excellent Temperature Performance weight and space savings, without sacrificing the mechanical » Available in 150°C, 175°C, 200°C and 260°C » Superior thermal life characteristics » The safety of high temperature resistant insulation in overload conditions independent of conductor and thermal performance of the wire. CarlisleIT’s Tufflite® and Superior Flammability and Smoke Generation Properties associated with Polyimide and XL-ETFE and improve upon existing airframe wire designs. Our composite cables offer Seamless™ cables address the need for a small, lightweight, arc resistant, 260° rated general purpose wire. For over 20 years our wire and cable has been tested and flown on thousands of commercial and military aircrafts. Its superior smoke, flame and toxicity performance enables it to be used safely in both pressurized and non-pressurized zones of the aircraft. The wide temperature range and overall balance of properties make Tufflite® and Seamless™ ideal replacements for all other general purpose wire types, both military and commercial. » Practically zero smoke generation and excellent resistance to flammability Excellent Resistance Arc Propagation » Superior resistance to wet and dry arc propagation Light Weight and Small Diameter » SLT has an approximate 5% weight savings over medium wall XL-ETFE Best Balance of Properties » Excellent flexibility and flex life » Highly resistant to hydrolysis » Superior abrasion resistance and cut-through performance Carlisle Interconnect Technologies / 100 Tensolite Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092 Toll Free - 800.458.9960 / Fax - 904.824.6706 /

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Tufflite® was first developed in the early 1990s. There are six cable families available in sizes from 26 to 4/0 AWG and is both hot stamp and laser markable. Tufflite® cables are approved to multiple commercial aircraft platforms. TUFFLITE® PART NUMBERING GUIDE CM 1 CD CM 1 C/S Use this table to select the wire that best fits your requirements. TL - Medium Wall, Normal Weight Encompasses a family of wire and cable in three temperature ratings: 150°C, 200°C and 260°C. TL is a multi-purpose normal weight wire which exhibits exceptional performance characteristics within the range of the critical...

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Seamless™ and Seamless-T™ were first developed in 2002. The seamless wrap PTFE tape is an insulation and cable jacket technology that offers all the advantages of a tape wrap, with the smooth appearance and characteristics of an extrusion. Seamless products meet all requirements for AS22759/80-/92 and NEMA WC27500. Seamless-T meets the requirements of AS22759/180-/192. » Exceptional electrical arc track resistance » Exceptional layer-to-layer adhesion » Exceptional low outgassing characteristics » Weight and space savings over extruded insulation » Exceptional resistance to scrape abrasion » Exceptional...

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Comparison Charts Smoke Generation Versus Time 90 80 Cross Sectional Area Reduction Seamless™ Family Versus X-Linked ETFE Dynamic Cut: Composite vs. XL-ETFE (Thin Wall) X-Linked ETFE Seamless Family Example: A wire bundle of ten 20 AWG composite wires can be routed in the area required by eight XLETFE wires. Scrape Abrasion: Composite Versus XL-ETFE Scrape Cycles Weight Savings: Thin Wall Composite to Normal Wall XL-ETFE /180 Versus /43 Wire Gage Composite Wire can save between 2% and 15% weight compared to XL-ETFE. Carlisle Interconnect Technologies / 100 Tensolite Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092...

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