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AFC Cable Systems

Model 2105S42-AFC

Internet #205015273

Store SKU #744747

12/3 x 250 ft. Solid MC Lite Cable

$176.00 /each
  • Meets all applicable OSHA and HUD Requirements
  • Features an aluminum jacket that protects the inner conductors
  • Maximum Voltage Rating of 600V

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The AFC Cable Systems 250 ft. 12/3-Gauge MC Lite Cable protects the inner THHN/THWN Solid conductors with an aluminum interlocking armored jacket. The armor features phase/circuit stripes for easy identification. UL listed for through-wall penetrations.

  • 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
  • 250 ft. L
  • 12-Gauge
  • Interlocking galvanized aluminum armor provides durability
  • Phase/circuit stripes for easy identification
  • Solid copper ground
  • Copper conductor material
  • UL listed
  • Click to learn the factors you must consider when wiring your home

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Can this 12-3 cable be used to run two separate 20 amp circuits

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A 12/3 Type MC Cable can be used for a Multiwire Branch circuit to run two 20 amp circuits.
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A 12/3 Type MC Cable can be used for a Multiwire Branch circuit to run two 20 amp circuits. Each circuit shares the grounded neutral (white) conductor. The NEC, the local electrical Code, and inspection authority should be consulted; Especially regarding the disconnecting means for Multiwire Branch circuits (refer to NEC section 210.4(B)).
If two truly separate 20 amp circuits are needed then either a Read More
A 12/3 Type MC Cable can be used for a Multiwire Branch circuit to run two 20 amp circuits. Each circuit shares the grounded neutral (white) conductor. The NEC, the local electrical Code, and inspection authority should be consulted; Especially regarding the disconnecting means for Multiwire Branch circuits (refer to NEC section 210.4(B)).
If two truly separate 20 amp circuits are needed then either a cable with a Neutral per phase is needed, such as AFC’s 12/2-12/2 MC Plus, or two separate 12/2 MC cables can be used. Read Less
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