MC Luminary CableÂ® Type MC-PCS. Armor: Interlocking Aluminum Strip. Stranded Copper Conductors. 3 Conductors, 12 AWG. Colors: Black, Red, White, Green. Control Cables: 16 AWG Solid TFN Twisted jacketed pair (Purple/Gray). 250 FT. Permits conductors of circuits to be placed in a cable with conductors of electric light, power, or Class 1 circuits. May be surface mounted, fished and/or embedded in plaster. UL 66, 83, 1479, 1569, 1581, 2556, File Reference E80042, NEC 250.118, 300.22(C), 392, 396, 330, 501, 502, 503, 530, 504, 505, 518, 520, 530, 645, 725. Federal Specification A-A-59544 (formerly J-C-30B). Power and/or lighting as well as signal and/or control conductors per NEC Section 725.136(I)(1).
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AFC Cable Systems MC Lite® 18SI-42-500 Type MC-PCS Luminary Cable With Grounding and Neutral Conductor, 600 VAC, (3) 12 AWG Stranded Copper Conductor, 250 ft Coil L
The MC Luminary Cable type MC-PCS is for LED and fluorescent dimming as well as in SMART buildings. It combines power and control circuits under one armor. AFC Cable Systems first launched MC luminary cable in 2014. MC luminary cable is a UL listed type MC-PCS cable which combines both power and control circuits under one armor. These cables are primarily used in commercial construction projects such as casinos, condos, hotels, shopping centers and retail centers - although its usage can be quite versatile. MC luminary cable combines power and control circuits under a single interlocked armor. This reduces installation time and materials on the job site by running one armored cable as compared to an installation that runs power circuits and a separate control circuit. All MC luminary products are designed for LED and fluorescent dimming systems. Multiple MC luminary cables can be used in daylight harvesting applications to wire multiple zone rooms which utilize building management systems to automatically dim or raise lighting at certain times. These products come in both steel and aluminum armor. Power circuits are THHN insulated conductors with a twisted jacketed pair of TFN insulated control circuits.