Series. 55PC0214-xx Datasheet

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Part 55PC0214-xx
Description Spec 55 Wire and Cable Series
Feature m o .c U 4 t e e h S a at .D w w w Spec 55 wire is insulated with modified radiation cross-linked ET.
Manufacture Tyco Electronics
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m o .c U 4 t e e h S a at .D w w w Spec 55 wire is insulated 55PC0214-xx Datasheet

• Resistant to electrical arc tracking
m Spec 55in wet or dry conditions
o • Single or dual wall constructions
.c • Small size, ultra light weight
t4U • Exceptional chemical resistance
Wire and cable
taSheeSpec 55 wire is insulated with modified
aradiation cross-linked ETFE polymer. It has
.Da temperature rating of -65°C to 200°C
continuous, and combines the easy
whandling of a flexible wire with excellent
scrape abrasion and cut-through
w The dual wall airframe construction of
Spec 55 wire is currently used on
numerous aircraft programmes. It has a
choice of two total wall thickness,
0.25 mm and 0.2mm, both have a
contrasting core colour to act as a
damage indicator. Chosen for its balance
of properties, Spec 55 wire has
outstanding resistance to chemicals and
solvents, excellent electrical arc track
resistance, and is not susceptible to UV
and moisture degradation. Single wall
equipment wire constructions are
available in 0.10 mm and 0.15 mm wall
thicknesses for use inside black boxes
where flexibility and solder-iron resistance
make it a wire which is very easy to
reliably install.
Both single and dual wall insulated wires
are available in twisted pairs, triples, etc.,
and as screened and jacketed cables.
.coMIL-W-22759/32-35 and /41 to /46 and MIL-DTL-C-27500 (Cables)
Defence Standard 61-12 Part 33
VG95218 Part 20, Type D; Part 21, Type A; Part 22, Type A; Part 23, Type A,
UPart 1001 and Part 1002
VDE 9426, 9427, 9428
t4British Standard 3G233
Civil Aviation Authority Accessory Approval E11749
eBoeing BMS 13-48
Airbus ABS 0820 to 0826
eUnderwriters Laboratory Style 3467
NASA preferred product list
hEuropean Space Agency 3901/012, 3901/020 and 3901/022
Raychem Specification 55
taSSpec 55 Insulation system - Single wall
a Conductor
ww.D Insulation-
w Radiation Crosslinked, Modified ETFE
Spec 55 Insulation system - Dual wall
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Spec 55
Physical characteristics
Size and weight
Spec 55 wire provides one of the most
comprehensive wiring product ranges for
aerospace users, with a wide choice of
conductor sizes and insulation wall thickness.
The dual wall airframe wire has an insulation
wall thickness of either 0.2mm or 0.25 mm for
robustness in unprotected harnesses and has
excellent wire to wire abrasion properties. The
single wall equipment wire has a 0.15 mm wall
thickness for use inside equipment and
protected harnesses. For high density
interconnect wiring, the 450 volt 55M041X
series of equipment wire has a nominal 0.1 mm
wall and provides considerable weight and size
savings over other comparable wires.
The excellent flexibility and low resilience
makes Spec 55 the ideal wire to install, both in
new aircraft and equipment and for
maintenance purposes. The wire is easily
stripped with conventional tooling. The
insulation is readily marked by hot stamp, ink
jet or laser, and can be potted without pre-
For full descriptions of the appropriate tools
see separate wire handling guide.
Typical properties
Temperature rating (Tin plated conductor)
(Silver or nickel plated conductor)
Thermal endurance
Scrape abrasion (BS 3G233)
Flexing endurance (Boeing BSS 7324)
Voltage rating
Tensile strength + core elongation
Tensile strength + total elongation
Notch propagation BS 3G230 0.05 mm notch
Solder iron resistance (370°C, 1 minute)
Solderability - Tin plated copper conductor
BS 3G233 conditions
Long term water resistance
Permittivity 1 KHz (ASTM D150)
Dissipation factor (ASTM D150)
-65°C to +150°C
-65°C to +200°C
200°C, 10000 h
>100 cycles at 150°C
>1000 cyles
600 V, 450V
(Airframe wire only) 35 N/mm2, 125%
(All primary wire) 35 N/mm2, 75%
<0.8 secs to wet
Will not hydrolyse
Environmental performance
Temperature rating
Spec 55 wire and cable is rated for continuous
operation from -65°C to +200°C and for short
periods at temperatures as high as 400°C.
Mechanical performance
Radiation crosslinking of the Spec 55 insulation
significantly improves the following
mechanical characteristics; scrape (sharp
edges), cross wire abrasion, cut-through
resistance and creep resistance.
Solder iron/Overload resistance
Radiation crosslinking ensures that the
insulation does not melt at high temperature.
As a result Spec 55 wire is resistant to hot
solder irons and current overloads which would
melt most thermoplastic insulations.
Chemical resistance
Spec 55 is unaffected by all commonly used
chemicals, eg. fuels, hydraulic fluids, defluxing
agents, cleaners, coolants and de-icers. It also
shows excellent resistance to weathering
(UV, ozone, pollutants, water).
Space wire
Spec 55 is available in special versions suitable
for use in outer space meeting both ESA and
NASA requirements for outgassing.
Special additives increase the flame retardance
of Spec 55 compared to unirradiated ETFE so
that it meets the latest high performance tests,
eg. BS 3G230 vertical test FAR 25.
Electrical arc tracking resistance
Spec 55 insulation demonstrates resistance to
arc tracking under both wet and dry conditions
at aircraft system voltages.

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