Technology advancements in industry have created a massive boom throughout the entire world. To compete with the leading requirements of industry. Obviously, a consistently is required towards new innovations and better technology to overcome the challenges that we face in evolving rail and mass transit applications.

Automotive Wire and Battery CableElectrical cables provides the extensive line of quality rail and transit cables ensure performance, reliability and safety, while lowering your cost through easier and faster installation, simplified maintenance and infrastructure longevity.

Following are the list of electrical cables that has successfully emerged as the backbone of transportation equipment.

  • Automotive Wire

Automotive Wire and Battery Cable 02Automotive wire is the most common electrical cable used to connect 12 volt electrical accessories such as automotive relays, fuse blocks, and switch panels. Automotive wire is available in sizes ranging from 8 gauge to 20 gauge, and is available in 10 different solid colors. Automotive wire is wrapped in a thermoplastic PVC insulation, is smooth for pulling through wire loom and conduit, tough enough to resist grease, oil, and acid, and has a temperature rating of 176°F. If you need a higher temperature and performance wire, use automotive SXL wire instead.

  • SXL Wire

Automotive Wire and Battery Cable 03SXL wire has a thick wall cross-linked insulation and is a durable special purpose automotive wire designed for use in engine compartments and other higher temperature applications. SXL wire withstands exposure to temperatures of up to 257°F (125°C). Compared to our standard automotive wire, the polyethylene insulation of our SXL wire has been heat treated creating a cross-linking structure in its molecules. This process produces a tougher insulation with excellent resistance to abrasion, higher temperatures, moisture, oil, grease, gasoline, and other damaging solvents.

  • Battery Cable

Automotive Wire and Battery Cable 04Battery electrical cable is used to power your electrical system and is sized according to the American Wire Gauge, or AWG for short, specification for electrically conductive cables. Battery electrical cable must be sized to the needs of your electrical system, too small of a cable will cause excess heat that could pose a hazard. The size of cable you should use depends on two things: the amperage you need and the length of the cable.

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