Sycor Technology distributes an extensive product line of versatile tray and instrumentation cables. Tray and instrumentation cables are most commonly used for the transmission of signals and energy while simultaneously rejecting external interference. These cables are able to hold-up in highly volatile environments due to their resistance to sunlight, heat, and moisture.
Tray Cables are general purpose cables that can be used in wet or dry locations. They come with shielding capabilities, that excel in indoor or outdoor applications. Tray cables are also typically used for power distribution and are consistently used to support structures of many sizes. These cables are a well-known asset for a large majority of construction and utility companies.
Tray and instrumentation cables are generally installed in trays, wire-ways, troughs, ducts, conduits, and channels. Our team offers these types of cables in flexible constructions for moving applications, as well as in power-limited versions for mass transit systems and power circuits. For all your tray and instrumentation cable needs, our team has the skilled staff and resources to ensure you get the cable you need for at a competitive price.
The NEC (National Electric Code) defines a Tray cable
“A factory assembly of two or more insulated conductors, with or without associated bare or covered grounding conductors under a nonmetallic sheath, for installation in cable trays, in raceways, or where supported by a messenger wire.”
General Tray Cable Features and Materials
Very reliable in direct sunlight and for direct burial. Can be used indoor for powering commercial buildings, parts of a home and many other kinds of structures that vary in size. The tray cable is a reliable solution for outdoor applications.