Feedback Form
Leads to Insight

ACW-0219-0.50 TE CONNECTIVITY PVF2, 0.5mm² Wire Grey

More Views

ACW-0219-0.50 TE CONNECTIVITY PVF2, 0.5mm² Wire Grey
ACW wire is a composite construction with a tough radiation cross-linked fluoropolymer outer layer. The ACW wire has excellent fluid resistance and is designed to resist attack from oil, brake fluid, antifreeze and fuels used within the automotive trade.
100 mtrs
Excl. VAT: £33.00 Incl. VAT: £39.60
OR
Product Info

Details

ACW High Temperature Engine Harness Wiring

ACW wire is a composite construction with a tough radiation cross-linked fluoropolymer outer layer. This outer layer is bonded to radiation cross-linked polyolefin. The ACW wire has excellent fluid resistance and is designed to resist attack from oil, brake fluid, antifreeze and fuels used within the automotive trade.

Features & Benefits

* High operating temperature up to 150°C
* Designed to function in the hot engine compartment environment
* Excellent mechanical strength
* Ideal for automotive wire handling
* ETFE material performance at reduced cost
* Smaller, lighter and more flexible
* High level of compatibility with other automotive materials

Standards

Tyco Electronics and Raychem WSD 1223; Ford S97 GG 14401 AA; ISO 6722; BMW GS. 95; VW 60306; Fiat 9 91107

 

 

 

Applications
The ACW wire has excellent fluid resistance and is designed to resist attack from oil, brake fluid, antifreeze and fuels used within the automotive trade.
Specifications
Jacket Material:PVF2 Jacket Colour:Grey Conductor Area CSA: 0.5mm² No. of Max Strands x Strand Size: 19 x 0.19mm Voltage Rating: 50V Conductor Material: Copper External Diameter: 1.6mm Product Range: ACW0219 Series
Downloads
Reviews

Additional Information

Grey 


 

Find what you are looking for?

If you can’t find what you are looking for, or need volume discounts, give us a call on +0044 1942 723101. Our sales team are always happy to help!

Contact Us

Some of our valued customers

13 11 2017

Silicone tubing features and applications

Read more...
06 11 2017

Hang Christmas lights like a professional

Read more...
26 10 2017

Who Let the Dogs Out? The Bloodhound Project Did!

Read more...