FUCOPRO 100 Feet of 3 Conductor 18 AWG Extension Cable for RGB Pixel

FUCOPRO 100 Feet of 3 Conductor 18 AWG Extension Cable for RGB Pixel

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Product Features
  • General Product Information
    • Used most often for extending distances between RGB pixel lights (2811 most often)
    • Color coded wire
  • Required items for operation:
    • Shrink wrap tubing (for sealing soldered connections).
    • Solder and soldering iron. We do not recommend wire nuts or electrical tape be used for connections.
    • Customer supplied tools or items:
      • Hot glue gun (mounting)
      • Soldering iron and solder (60/40 rosin core recommended)
      • Dikes / Side Cutters
      • Heat Gun / Torch
  • Assembly Instructions
    • Instructions
      • None
  • Estimated assembly time:
    • 3-6 minutes per cable (both ends)
  • Technical Specifications
    • Waterproof Level: N/A (waterproofing per customer requirements)
    • Wire Colors:
      • Red
      • Green
      • Blue
    • Individual wire gauge: 34/.14 TS / ~18 AWG
    • Individual wire jacket diameter: ~2mm
    • Jacket material: PVC (code: PP)
    • Jacket material resistance
      • Solvent: Fair
      • Acid: Good
      • Base: Good
      • Flame: Good
      • Humidity / Water: Good
    • Connector composition: Tin Coated Copper
    • Dimensions & Weight
      • Complete product (overall)
        • Per: 2.1 pounds per 100ft
    • Temperature Range
      • Operation/storage: -40 to 221 degrees Fahrenheit
  • County of Origin
    • Materials/parts: China
  • Certifications & Approvals
    • Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Certified/Recognized/Approved: UL1007
    • CE: No
    • ROHS (Lead Free): Yes
  • Warranty & Support
    • Warranty period
      • 60 days from date of purchase OR until December 31st of the year in which the product was purchased. For complete information, see our warranty details.
  • Customization: No
  • Product Revision history
    • 08- Mar-2014 Initial listing