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(By-the-Foot) 22/4 Gray Stranded CU CL3R Shielded Security Cable

  • #22 AWG Shielded Security Cable - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
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29 ¢ /feet (limit 150 per order)
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  • #22 AWG Shielded Security Cable - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 150ft
The South wire Gray 22/4 CL3R Security Wire is suitable for interconnection of electrical devices within a security or fire-protective signaling system. This wire is suitable for use in either dry or damp locations. It is made with stranded copper conductors.

Product Overview

  • #22 AWG Shielded Security Cable - Sold by the Foot (continuous)
  • Add the Length Desired In Feet as Your Quantity and Add To Cart
  • Notice: This item has a min. order qty of 6ft and a max of 150ft
Model #: 57572499
Internet #: 204725191

The South wire Gray 22/4 CL3R Security Wire is suitable for interconnection of electrical devices within a security or fire-protective signaling system. This wire is suitable for use in either dry or damp locations. It is made with stranded copper conductors.

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Price
17¢ /feet
29¢ /feet
55¢ /feet
Ratings (7) (11) (12)
Conductor Gauge 22 22 18
Total Wire Length (ft.) 1 1 1
Wire Cut Type Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot Cut By-The-Foot
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.1
Product Height (in.)
0.1
Product Length (ft.)
1
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
Low Voltage
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Gauge
22
Conductor Material
Copper
Direct Burial
No
Electrical Product Type
Home Security & Safety
Features
Jacketed,Low Voltage
Flame retardant
Yes
Gauge
22
Grounded
Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Gray
Jacketed
Yes
Max Amps
Not Specified
Number of Conductors
4
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
na

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.1
Product Height (in.)
0.1
Product Length (ft.)
1
Product Width (in.)
12
Total Wire Length (ft.)
1

Details

Cable/Wire Type
Low Voltage
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Conductor Gauge
22
Conductor Material
Copper
Direct Burial
No
Electrical Product Type
Home Security & Safety
Features
Jacketed,Low Voltage
Flame retardant
Yes
Gauge
22
Grounded
Grounded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Jacket Color
Gray
Jacketed
Yes
Max Amps
Not Specified
Number of Conductors
4
Returnable
180-Day
Stranded or Solid
Stranded
Wet Location Use
Dry
Wire Cut Type
Cut By-The-Foot

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
na

Questions & Answers

stranded or solid?

the description says this is stranded cable but the specifications say "stranded or solid: Solid". So which is right? is each 22 gauge wire solid conductor or stranded copper wire?
Asked by: cardiovmd
Also, CommunityAnswer is misleading. There are 4 conductors in the *cable*. Each is stranded. A wire is a single conductor. In this case, you could say there are 4 wires, which are each stranded, and each has more than 4 strands. It is not correct to say that there are 4 strands in the cable. You can obviously call it what you want, wires, cables, strands, but if you're talking to others, it can help to use the standard terminology.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2019-03-25

What is this for?

Asked by: Danisa27
It has many uses but, for example, it is used to run wires to security system sensors such as door and window sensors, and motion detectors.
Answered by: LA
Date published: 2019-03-11

I have approximately 230 feet of buried phone cable (originally installed by AT&T in their versio...

I have approximately 230 feet of buried phone cable (originally installed by AT&T in their version of flimsy pvc conduit). I accidentally cut through it about 5 years ago with a posthole digger and they came out and patched it together. However, I am now having issues with that line and I am planning on pulling line through their existing conduit and repairing and sealing the conduit. Will this wire handle being buried although in a conduit?
Asked by: RancherDave
My subcontractors pulled this cable through conduits in interior walls for our building security system, not for telecommunications. They would pull a pair of these cables since the reliability of a single cable for security sensors wouldn't be sufficiently fail-safe. For telecommunications of any sort, I wouldn't think you would want to be using this kind of cable. I would check with AT&T and see what they say, but as a basic premise pull some Category 6 telecom cable specified for exterior environments.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2020-03-17

Is there a ground wire in there? I'm looking to use this to rewire some guitar pickups and besid...

Is there a ground wire in there? I'm looking to use this to rewire some guitar pickups and besides the 4 wires, there should be a uncovered ground wire ...
Asked by: bugsysiegals
I believe a bare drain wire in contact with the shielding is always included. The green conductor is normally a ground for power applications however the power wiring color conventions do not apply to a signal application like this.
Answered by: Southwire Tools Support
Date published: 2019-12-30
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