JMS Boat Marine Wire | 4 Gauge Premium Type 3 Stranded UL 600V (FT)

Boat part number 1014686 is a new, off the roll, increment of red 4 gauge marine boat marine wire from JMS, part number unavailable.
made for Custom Applications
$2.00 MSRP: $2.70
GLS Stock #: 1014686-5C301
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JMS Boat Marine Wire | 4 Gauge Premium Type 3 Stranded UL 600V (FT)

Boat part number 1014686 is a new, off the roll, increment of red 4 gauge marine boat marine wire from JMS, part number unavailable.

Primary marine wire, commonly called primary wire or boat wire, is electrical wire designed for use in the harsh marine environment. This means it is built from tough corrosion resistant materials, has a strong insulating jacket, follows certain guidelines such as UL (Underwriters Laboratory), and follows a color code standard.

Premium JMS wire will provide a lasting solution for your sophisticated marine electronics and instruments to operate at peak potential!

600V 105°C dry, 75°C wet. Rated for oily and wet environments. Coated for extra corrosion resistance. Type 3 stranded, with more copper strands than Type 2. Marine UL-listed, and meets the highest ABYC standards for AC or DC use Based on AWG (American Wire Gauge) wire sizes, 4 AWG marine SAE SGT.

Sold by the running foot. Simply enter the number of feet needed in the quantity field. Lengths are sold as continuous feet.

Specifications:
  • Part Manufacturer: JMS Marine Wire
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Color: Red
  • Gauge: 4 AWG
  • Type: 3 Stranded
  • Marine UL Listed
  • Length: Sold by the Foot
Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate. Hardware and instruction / installation manual not included.

This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

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