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Ancor 14 Awg, Flat Duplex Marine Grade Duplex
Ancor 14 Awg, Flat Duplex Marine Grade Duplex

Ancor 14 Awg, Flat Duplex Marine Grade Duplex Cables, Red/Yellow, 250 Feet

Product ID : 20510963


Galleon Product ID 20510963
UPC / ISBN 091887805970
Shipping Weight 14.2 lbs
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Model 124525
Manufacturer Ancor
Shipping Dimension 9.21 x 6.1 x 4.29 inches
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Ancor 14 Awg, Flat Duplex Marine Grade Duplex Features

  • Manufactured from individual copper strands and tinned to perform in the harshest marine environments.

  • Ultra-flexible Type 3 stranding resists fatigue from vibration and provides added corrosion protection.

  • Exceeds all UL 1426, US Coast Guard Charter boat (CFR title 46) and ABYC standards

  • The premium vinyl insulation is rated at 600 volts, 105 deg C dry and 75 deg C wet, stays flexible even in extreme cold (-40 deg F/C) and resists salt water, battery acid, oil, gasoline, heat, abrasion and ultra-violet radiation.


About Ancor 14 Awg, Flat Duplex Marine Grade Duplex

Marine Grade Tinned Copper Duplex and Triplex Flat Safety Cables are made to surpass the highest UL Boat Cable standards. The inner conductors are correctly color-coded to ABYC standards, yellow and red. Ancor recommends yellow wire as DC negative because black is the standard color for AC hot. Because of the wide spread use of inverters, power generators and shore power connections, even today’s smallest boats pose a risk of inadvertently cutting into AC wires when working on DC systems. Marine Grade Tinned Copper Duplex and Triplex Flat Safety Cables are made to surpass the highest UL Boat Cable standards. The inner conductors are correctly color-coded to ABYC standards, yellow and red. Ancor recommends yellow wire as DC negative because black is the standard color for AC hot. Because of the wide spread use of inverters, power generators and shore power connections, even today’s smallest boats pose a risk of inadvertently cutting into AC wires when working on DC systems.