BELDEN  8866 002100  Wire, Hook Up, Red, 18 AWG, 16 x 30AWG, 100 ft, 30.48 m

BELDEN 8866 002100

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  • Newark Part No.: 02F5685
  • Manufacturer Part No 8866 002100

Product Overview

The 8866 002100 is a 100ft 1-conductor Hook-up/Lead Wire with 18AWG (16 x 30) tinned copper conductor, conductive polyethylene (Korona-Guard) over inner conductor provides uniform distribution of voltage stresses, polyethylene insulation and red PVC jacket. Uses uni-strand tinned copper conductors, in this type of construction, the bare copper wires are stranded, then tinned to coat the strands and also to fill in the interstices between the strands. This allows for easier wire stripping with no re-twisting operation.


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Product Information

  • Jacket Color Red
  • Wire Gauge 18AWG
  • Conductor Area CSA -
  • No. of Max Strands x Strand Size 16 x 30AWG
  • Reel Length (Imperial) 100ft
  • Reel Length (Metric) 30.48m
  • Voltage Rating 40kV
  • Jacket Material PVC
  • Conductor Material Tinned Copper
  • External Diameter 5.283mm
  • Approval Specification -
  • SVHC No SVHC (15-Jun-2015)

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BELDEN - 8866 002100 - HOOK UP WIRE, 100FT, 18AWG, COPPER, RED, 40KV 5 5 1 1
Satisfied our needs with no surprises Some light gauge HV wire in a 30+ year old transmitter had cracked insulation and needed replacement. Belden 8866 was used to replace all HV power supply wiring. A bit tricky to strip because of the black layer of conductive poly material between the wire and the main insulation. Just use a carefully set wire stripper or a sharp blade and steady hand. March 11, 2015
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