Application: As armored Type MV-90 cable for installation indoors or outdoors, aerially or in rack, tray, trough, cable trays, or direct buried; for power circuits not exceeding 15000 volts phase to phase at conductor temperatures of 90°C for continuous operation, 130°C for emergency overload conditions and 250°C for short circuit conditions, in manufacturing and processing plants, substations and generating stations. May be used in NEC Class I and II, Div. 2 and Class III, Div. 1 and 2 hazardous locations. Specifications: • Conductor: 3 conductors of stranded annealed uncoated copper Class B per Part 2 of ICEA.• Conductor Shield: Extruded conducting crosslinked polyethylene compound covering the conductor firmly bonded to the cable insulation, meeting requirements of Par. C. 2 and resistivity requirements of Par. C.5 of AEIC CS5 with average thickness in accordance with Table C-1 of AEIC .• Insulation: XLP , the average thickness being 220 mils. Minimum thickness at any point shall be not less than 90% of the specified thickness, physical and electrical properties of the insulation shall be in accordance with Paragraph 3.7 of ICEA. • Shielding: Extruded thermosetting insulation shield, thickness being in accordance with Table C3 of AEIC CS5 and meeting requirements of Par. C.5 of AEIC CS5 with an uncoated copper tape applied helically with minimum lap of 12.5%.• Phase Identification: Colored tape (1/C black, 1/C red, 1/C blue) applied longitudinally under the copper shielding tape. • Assembly: 3 phase conductors shall be cabled together with a Class B stranded, uncoated copper grounding conductor and suitable fillers to make round. Length of lay shall not exceed 35 times the phase conductor diameter. The grounding conductor shall comply with the requirements of UL Standard 1072.• Cable Tape: A suitable cable tape shall be applied over the assembly to hold the core together and provide bedding for the armor. • Armor: An aluminum or galvanized steel interlocked armor shall be applied over the cable core and armor shall be in accordance with UL Standard 1072 and Part 4 of ICEA. • Covering: An extruded covering of PVC shall be applied over the armor meeting the Sunlight Resistant requirements of UL with the average thickness and properties of the PVC covering shall be specified in Part 4 of ICEA and minimum thickness at any point shall be not less than 70% of the required average thickness. • Identification: An ink print legend shall be applied to the surface of the PVC covering providing cable and manufacturer identification. • Tests: tested in accordance with AEIC CS5, ICEA S-66-524, UL Standard 1072, passing UL and IEEE-383 ribbon burner flame tests and is UL listed for CT use. • Standards: UL Standard 1072 for Type MV-90, ICEA Pub. No. S-66-524 and NEMA Pub. No. WC7 for Crosslinked polyethylene insulated Wire and Cable and AEIC CS5 for Crosslinked Polyethylene insulated Shielded Power Cables.