A silicone coaxial cable is typically made with four or five internal layers which includes one or a multi-inner copper conductors. A dielectric insulator layer coats the inner conductor, above which a second conductive layer made of Shielding combinations: Aluminum foil & braided copper covers the inner insulation layer. All of these are then encompassed with a insulating outer layer.
One of the obvious benefits for our wire and cable is the flexibility. The combination of silicone-rubber and the 0.08mm / 0.06mm OFC or Tinned Copper conductor yields the most flexible wire construction. This type of wire is ideal with applications where routing a wire through a tight space is required such as, box builds, equipment, or handheld devices and has excellent weather-ability.
The standard temperature range is -60°C to 200°C. In most applications, it may be heated from 180 to 200°C for a year, and is also very flexible at extreme low temperatures (stiffening temperature of approximately -115°C). Compared to Thermoplastic material (like: PVC), silicone insulation will not melt when exposed to high temperature. If the insulation melts, this may cause a short circuit which is very dangerous.
Rated Temperature: 200℃
Rated Voltage: 30 V ~ 600 V
Fire Resistance: None ( VW-1 & CSA FT2 optional )
Insulated Conductor: Labeled or complying with manufacturer's AWM procedure
Jacket: Extruded SR (Silicone)
Resistant to acids, alkalis, chemicals.
Use: Internal wiring installed were totally enclosed, or were not subjected to a movement nor mechanical abuse.