The M Cable specification is commonly used to describe both shielded and unshielded cable constructions for avionics, aerospace and airframe applications. Circuit identification, conductor size, insulation type, number of conductors, shielding material and jacket compound may all be specified using this document. Single conductor, twisted pairs, and multiconductor cables through 10 components are all included. Home About Us. Enter search Search.
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Simply click on each blue box for a more detailed explanation on how to choose the appropriate M part. Preferred Method - Colors are stripes on white insulation wire 1 has no stripe.
Optional Method A -Colors are solid insulation color. Wires have a lighter base color stripe. Preferred Method - Colors are stripes on white insulation wire 5 has no stripe , for wires Wires color pairs-first color indicates insulation, with a stripe of the second color.
Optional Method C -wire insulation color is based on AWG with printed numbers designating wire number. Back to top. Optional Method B -band groups as shown below are printed on wire to indicate wire number. Table D: Jacket Type. You can also upload a full Bill of Materials file to us on that page. Tap or swipe each blue area for more info. Either Method A -Color of the wire in a one-conductor cable is white. Table A Band Configuration Optional Method B -band groups as shown below are printed on wire to indicate wire number.
Back to Top. If you are unable to find your part number, or would like to talk to someone about it, just call 1. Table A Color Coding. Table A Band Configuration. Polyimide over FEP wrapped Polyimide tape.
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