M27500-12TG2T14. 12 AWG GAUGE 2 Conductor. Tin Plated Copper Mil Spec

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M27500-12TG2T14. 12 AWG GAUGE 2 Conductor. Tin Plated Copper Mil Spec

M27500-12TG2T14 cables are part of our Mil-Spec line of Wire & Cable. M27500-12TG2T14 is composed of a 19/25 stranded tin-plated copper conductor with an extruded ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) insul

  • AWG Size: 12
  • No. of Cond: 2
  • Conductor Stranding: 19/25
  • No. of Strands: 19
  • Strand Size: 25
  • Nom. O.D. (in): 0.1070
  • Nom. O.D. of Shield (in): .230
  • Nom. O.D. of Cable (in): .252
  • Approx LBS/MFT: 59.00
  • Nom. Insul. Thick. (in): .010
  • NEMA Type: WC 27500
  • Cond. Material: Tin Plated Copper
  • Insul. Material: Extruded Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE)
  • Shield: Overall Braid Shield
  • Shield Material: Tinned Copper Braid
  • Shield Coverage: 85%
  • Jacket Material: Extruded Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE)
  • Temperature Rating: 150°C
  • Voltage Rating: 600 Volts R.M.S.

Founded in 2013, Phillip Cable Manufacturing, Inc us a Small-Business Owned company located in Norcross, Georgia.

The company started operating its manufacturing in a garage with 5 employees – with dedication and perseverance, the company moved to a bigger facility in less than a year. Now, Phillip Cable Manufacturing employs 40-45 employees.
PCM is a growing company specializes in high quality cable assemblies and wiring harnesses for Military – land, sea, air applications. During the 2nd quarter of 2019, PCM has expanded its production to serve the need of cable assemblies for commercial use – heavy equipment, vehicles and the like.

Our Core Values

Phillip Cable Manufacturing operates a Quality Management System which complies with IS0 9001:2008, thus reflecting and complimenting our Total Quality Management philosophy in manufacturing and servicing to our customers requirements.

Phillip Cable Manufacturing also uses the directives of Mil-I-45208A as a basis for our quality assurance program. All materials are inspected upon arrival. The first step of every process is inspection. We have inspection points built into every manufacturing procedure as the assemblies are built. Before shipping, our Quality Assurance department does a final check for proper electrical and cosmetic details as well as adherence to customer specifications.