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APPENDIX  TABLE III

CABLE DESIGNATIONS


RUBBER INSULATION

SICPsingle conductor, instrument cable, plain
SLPAsingle conductor, lighting and power, armored
SRLLsingle conductor, radio, low-tension, leaded
SRHLAsingle conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
DLPA double conductor, lighting and power, armored
DLBdouble conductor, lighting, braided
DRHLAdouble conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
DRLLdouble conductor, radio, low-tension, leaded
TLPAtriple conductor, lighting and power, armored
TRHLAtriple conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
FLBfour conductor, lighting, braided
FLAfour conductor, lighting, armored
GICAgeneral interior communication (multiple conductor), armored
BWbell wire
BCbell cord
VLSvoltmeter leads, submarines

RUBBER INSULATED FLEXIBLE

SCPsingle conductor, portable
DCPdouble conductor, portable
TCPtriple conductor, portable
FCPfour conductor, portable
MCPmultiple conductor, portable
MCSmultiple conductor, shielded
MCMBmultiple conductor, marker buoy
GICFgeneral interior communication (multiple conductor), flexible
TPTFtwisted pair, telephone conductors, flexible

HEAT AND FLAME RESISTANT

SRIsynthetic resin insulated, single conductor
SRIBsynthetic resin insulated, braided, single conductor
SRIGsynthetic resin insulated, glass braided, single conductor
SHFWsingle heat and flame resistant wire, single conductor
DHFWdouble heat and flame resistant wire, double conductor
SHFSsingle heat and flame resistant, switch-board, single conductor
SFPSsingle conductor, flameproof, switchboard
SHFAsingle-conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
SHFLsingle conductor, heat and flame resistant, leaded
DHFAdouble conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
THFAtriple conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
FHFAfour conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MHFAmulti-conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MHFFmulti-conductor, heat and flame resistant, flexible
TTHFAtwisted pair, telephone conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MDGA-19-50multiple conductor, degaussing, armored, 19 conductor,
50,000 CM each
SDGA-1,600single conductor, degaussing, armored, 1,600,000 CM


 

SPECIAL WIRE AND CABLE

TSWtelephone switchboard wire
TPTPtwisted pair, telephone, plain
TPTAtwisted pair, telephone, armored
TTHFFtwisted pair, telephone, heat and flame resistant, flexible

 

VARNISHED CAMBRIC, INSULATED

SLPAsingle conductor, lighting and power, armored
TLPAtriple conductor, lighting and power, armored

 

SPECIAL WIRE, OIL RESISTANT

DCOPdouble conductor, oil resisting, portable
TCOPthree conductor, oil resisting, portable
FCOPfour conductor, oil resisting, portable
MCOSmulti-conductor, oil resisting, shielded

The suffix number on all power and light cables, such as SHFA, DHFA, THFA, FHFA, SLPA, TLPA, SCP, DCP, TCP, and FCP, always indicates the number of thousands of circular mils in each conductor.
The suffix number on all multiple conductor cables such as MHFA, MHFF, GICA, and GICF, indicates the number of conductors in the cable.

The suffix number on all telephone cables, such as TTHFA, TPTA, and TPTF, indicates the number of twisted pairs of wires in the cable.
 
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