Metal-clad cables for commercial lighting designs

AFC Cable Systems' MC Luminary metal-clad cables combine electric lighting and control circuits under a single interlocked armor and are designed for commercial lighting designs in smart buildings for both LED and fluorescent dimming.

12/11/2014


The MC Luminary metal-clad cables combine electric lighting and control circuits under a single interlocked armor and are designed for commercial lighting designs in smart buildings for both LED and fluorescent dimming. Courtesy: AFC Cable SystemsAFC Cable Systems' MC Luminary metal-clad cables combine electric lighting and control circuits under a single interlocked armor. The cables are designed for commercial lighting designs in smart buildings for both LED and fluorescent dimming. The MC Luminary Cable features two or three single copper THHN conductors, one single THHN insulated ground, and a twisted jacketed pair of TFN conductors. The MC Tuff Luminary Cable is the lightweight galvanized steel interlocked armor cable and the MC­Lite Luminary Cable is the interlocked aluminum armor cable. Both are offered in 120/208 or 277/480 conductor designs with a TFN conductor low voltage control assembly under one armor.

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