Wire whip, 14/3 AWG.
Pre-installed conductors within an overall protective metallic interlocked armor. 45 percent lighter than steel MC cable. Cable reverse wound for ease of pulling and installation. Conductors - solid bare annealed copper per ASTM B-3, stranded copper stranding per ASTM B-8 for conductor. Conductor insulation rated 90 degree Celsius dry, 75 degrees Celsius wet at 600 volt. Conductor insulation is flame retardant, heat resistant PVC with flame, oil and gasoline resistant nylon jacket. General applications: branch, feeder, and service power distribution in commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-residential construction/facilities, power, lighting, control, and signal circuits, concealed or exposed installations, installed in raceway/conduit, fished or embedded in plaster, installed in cable tray, and as aerial cable on a messenger. UL Classified 1, 2 and 3 hour through penetration firestop systems: W-L-3110, W-L-3113, W-L-31120, W-L-3121, C-A-J-3115, C-A-J-3140, C-A-J-3142, C-A-J-3202, C-A-J-4065, and C-A-J-4066. UL Listed.
Constructed with soft-drawn copper, type THHN insulated conductors which are individually wrapped with a moisture-resistant, flame-retardant paper covering. Interlocking steel armor is applied over the assembly. A 16 AWG aluminum bond wire is placed inside the armor, runs longitudinally and is in intimate contact with the armor for its entire length. General applications: Dry locations only, branch, feeder, and service power distribution in commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-residential buildings, power, lighting, control and signal circuits, concealed or exposed installations, installed in cable tray and approved raceways, environmental air-handling spaces per NEC and under raised floors for information technology equipment conductors and cables per NEC 645.5(D) & 645.5(D)(2). 300.22(C), fished or embedded in plaster. Meets or exceeds the requirements of UL Standard 4 for Armored Cable, UL Standard 83, Federal Specification A-A59544 (formerly J-C-30B), and the National Electrical Code. Listed for use in UL 1, 2, and 3 hour through-penetration firestop systems.