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AFC Cable Systems 12/2 x 100 ft. BX/AC-90 Armored Electrical Cable

AFC Cable Systems

12/2 x 100 ft. BX/AC-90 Armored Electrical Cable

  • Meets all applicable OSHA and HUD Requirements
  • Interlocking cross-sections that are flexible
  • Maximum Voltage Rating of 600V
$5533 /each

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Product Overview

The AFC Cable Systems, Inc. 100 ft. 12-Gauge BX/AC-90 Cable features a black finish for easy identification and interlocking galvanized steel armor construction for strength. UL listed for through-wall penetrations. Made in USA.

  • Designed for use with commercial, industrial and multi-residential branch circuits and feeder wiring
  • Use for power, lighting, control and signal circuits
  • Can be fished, surface mounted, embedded in plaster and used in environmental air-handling spaces
  • Interlocking galvanized steel armor provides durability
  • Phase/circuit stripes for easy identification
  • Integral bond wire and armor equipment ground fault path
  • Copper conductor material
  • UL listed
  • 100 ft. L
  • 12-Gauge
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Customer Questions & Answers

That size hole needs to be drilled to accept cable?

Asked by: Jerry
The overall diameter for 12-2 Solid AC90 is 0.514”, the hole should be larger than the indicated O.D.. Please also consult NEC section 300.4(A)(1) which speaks to protection of cables through bored holes. Both exposed and concealed location, where a cable is installed through bored holes in joists, rafters, or wood members, holes shall be bored so that the edge of the hole is not less than 32 mm (1-1/4 in.) from the nearest edge of the wood member. If this distance can’t be maintained, the cable shall be protected from penetration by screws or nails by a steel plate(s) or bushing(s), at least 1.6 mm (1/16 in.) thick, and of the appropriate length and width installed to cover the area of the wiring.For further details please see NEC section 300.4 “Protection against Physical Damage”
Answered by: AFCSupport
Date published: 2016-08-13
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