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Electricity - Basic Navy Training Courses
NAVPERS 10622

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APPENDIX  TABLE III

CABLE DESIGNATIONS


RUBBER INSULATION

SICP single conductor, instrument cable, plain
SLPA single conductor, lighting and power, armored
SRLL single conductor, radio, low-tension, leaded
SRHLA single conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
DLPA double conductor, lighting and power, armored
DLB double conductor, lighting, braided
DRHLA double conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
DRLL double conductor, radio, low-tension, leaded
TLPA triple conductor, lighting and power, armored
TRHLA triple conductor, radio, high-tension, leaded and armored
FLB four conductor, lighting, braided
FLA four conductor, lighting, armored
GICA general interior communication (multiple conductor), armored
BW bell wire
BC bell cord
VLS voltmeter leads, submarines

RUBBER INSULATED FLEXIBLE

SCP single conductor, portable
DCP double conductor, portable
TCP triple conductor, portable
FCP four conductor, portable
MCP multiple conductor, portable
MCS multiple conductor, shielded
MCMB multiple conductor, marker buoy
GICF general interior communication (multiple conductor), flexible
TPTF twisted pair, telephone conductors, flexible

HEAT AND FLAME RESISTANT

SRI synthetic resin insulated, single conductor
SRIB synthetic resin insulated, braided, single conductor
SRIG synthetic resin insulated, glass braided, single conductor
SHFW single heat and flame resistant wire, single conductor
DHFW double heat and flame resistant wire, double conductor
SHFS single heat and flame resistant, switch-board, single conductor
SFPS single conductor, flameproof, switchboard
SHFA single-conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
SHFL single conductor, heat and flame resistant, leaded
DHFA double conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
THFA triple conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
FHFA four conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MHFA multi-conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MHFF multi-conductor, heat and flame resistant, flexible
TTHFA twisted pair, telephone conductor, heat and flame resistant, armored
MDGA-19-50 multiple conductor, degaussing, armored, 19 conductor,
50,000 CM each
SDGA-1,600 single conductor, degaussing, armored, 1,600,000 CM


 

SPECIAL WIRE AND CABLE

TSW telephone switchboard wire
TPTP twisted pair, telephone, plain
TPTA twisted pair, telephone, armored
TTHFF twisted pair, telephone, heat and flame resistant, flexible

 

VARNISHED CAMBRIC, INSULATED

SLPA single conductor, lighting and power, armored
TLPA triple conductor, lighting and power, armored

 

SPECIAL WIRE, OIL RESISTANT

DCOP double conductor, oil resisting, portable
TCOP three conductor, oil resisting, portable
FCOP four conductor, oil resisting, portable
MCOS multi-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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