UL1430 Irradiated Wire
UL1430 Wire is rated at 300 Volts and has a solder iron resistant PVC insulation. UL1429 is the most common type of irradiated hook up wire because it's the cheapest due to the low voltage and thinner insulation. It's manufactured with tinned copper strands and it's slightly less flexible than UL1007 wire.
UL1430 Wire does not have any other approvals besides the UL rating.
- Irradiated PVC Insulation
- Temperature rating 105°C
- Tinned Copper Strands
- 10 Colors Available
- 300 Volts
- .017" Insulation Thickness
- Passes UL VW-1 Flame Test
Features and Properties
Weight Per 1000'
|UL1430 Wire 26||26 AWG||7/34||.051"||2.00 lbs|
|UL1430 Wire 24||24 AWG||7/32||.058"||3.00 lbs|
|UL1430 Wire 22||22 AWG||19/34||.064"||4.00 lbs|
|UL1430 Wire 20||20 AWG||19/32||.072"||6.00 lbs|
|UL1430 Wire 18||18 AWG||19/30||.082"||8.00 lbs|
|UL1430 Wire 16||16 AWG||19/28||.091"||11.00 lbs|
There are many types of lead wire that you can buy for different applications that might involve a temperature change, insulation change or even a voltage change. Take a look at our stranded hook up wire and our high temperature wire if you need something slightly different than our Kynar Wire Wrap.
The characteristics on UL1430 wire are listed above but you might need something slightly different. There are two more types of UL style irradiated PVC hook up wire available.
UL1429 wire is 150 Volts and an decrease in temperature to 80°C. In order to handle the 150 volts the insulation thickness decreases to .010" from .017". The insulation is still irradiated PVC on UL1429 hook up wire.
UL1431 wire is yet another upgrade for the other two UL styles listed on this page. This is the 600 volt version with an insulation thickness of .032" and a temperature rating of 105°C.