Cable

Three types of cable are available for our sensors: Standard Poly, Vented Poly, and Stainless Steel. The poly cable has two conductors, shield, drain, and Kevlar strength member, with a smooth polymer jacket. This jacket is tough enough for applications up to 1500 ft, and has a low coefficient of friction to permit easy recovery from sounding tubes. The stainless cable is double armored stainless steel, and is ideal for deeper applications, or where ruggedness and long lasting capability with no stretching are important. Our stainless has been used successfully in applications up to 6300 ft. It is recommended for settings greater than 1000 ft.

Standard Polyethylene Cable   

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Product Features

  • 18 AWG two conductor shielded, kevlar strength member PE jacket
  • Conductors 18 16/30 bare copper
  • 2 18-gauge insulated wires, one 20 AWG tinned copper drain wire, kevlar fiber
  • All wrapped mylar-backed aluminum foil, foil side facing in
  • Jacket: Green LLDPE
  • Finished diameter: .290″ to .300″ dead maximum
  • Agency Approval: UL AWM style 20143 600 volt

Printable spec sheet


Vented Polyethylene Cable    

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Product Features

  • Vented cable with clear polyvent tube
  • 18 AWG two conductor shielded, kevlar strength member PE jacket
  • Conductors 18 16/30 bare copper
  • 2 18-gauge insulated wires, one 20 AWG tinned copper drain wire, kevlar fiber
  • All wrapped mylar-backed aluminum foil, foil side facing in
  • Jacket: Green LLDPE
  • Finished diameter: .290″ to .300″ dead maximum
  • Agency Approval: UL AWM style 20143 600 volt

Stainless Steel Cable   
Submersible transducer wireline

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Product Features

  • No stretching under load
  • Cable Diameter 3/16” nominal 4.80 mm nominal
  • Minimum Sheave Diameter 10” 25 cm
  • Temperature Rating 300 F 149 C
  • Insulation and Core Jacket Material poly
  • Cable Weight in Air 61 lbs/Kft 90 Kg/Km
  • Cable Weight in Water 50 lbs/Kft 74 Kg/Km
  • 316 stainless double-helical wrapped wireline
  • Four 22ga insulated conductors