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Excel multicore 16/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 5 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured with stranded tinned copper conductors and have an overall screen, complete with a stranded drain wire. These multicore cables are suitable for a number of applications, including security, telemetry, POS and telecommunications. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 4 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured with stranded tinned copper conductors and have an overall screen, complete with a stranded drain wire. These multicore cables are suitable for a number of applications, including security, telemetry, POS and telecommunications. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 16/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 5 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 16/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 5 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 4 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured with stranded tinned copper conductors and have an overall screen, complete with a stranded drain wire. These multicore cables are suitable for a number of applications, including security, telemetry, POS and telecommunications. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 7/0.2 screened cables are manufactured with stranded tinned copper conductors and have an overall screen, complete with a stranded drain wire. These multicore cables are suitable for a number of applications, including security, telemetry, POS and telecommunications. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

Excel multicore 16/0.2 screened cables are manufactured in accordance with the Defence Standard 61?12, part 5 specifications. They should not be used for direct connection of equipment to mains power supplies, but are ideal for the interconnection of electronic equipment and instruments. The print legend on the cable now includes information regarding the DOP number, Test and Classification of the

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