|REACH SVHC Compliance|
135 °C (max)
|Manufacturer||TE Connectivity / Raychem|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TMS-SCE-3/32-2.0-4|
|Description||Marking Sleeve, Military Grade,Color Yellow, ELV Compliant Compliant|
The TMS-SCE series military-grade Heat Shrinkable Wire ID Marker Sleeve designed to meet the wire and cable marking needs of manufacturers with high performance requirements. It is made from durable, flame-retardant, radiation cross-linked heat-shrinkable polyolefin. TMS-SCE marker sleeves can be used in a wide variety of applications. The marker sleeve is designed to be printed by computer-driven dot matrix or thermal transfer printers, providing several advantages in terms of reduced errors, cycle time and cost.
- Permanent identification sleeves
- Quick recovery for heat sensitive areas
- Military specification material and print performance
- VW all flame tubing test rated
- Lightweight for aerospace applications
- Cable Management
TE Connectivity / Raychem RT-375-1/8-X-SP0 out of 5(0)
RT-375 is a highly flame-resistant, heat-shrinkable, thin-wall tubing that has excellent clarity. It is manufactured from a modified fluoropolymer whose properties include toughness, chemical resistance, and high-temperature performance.
A very thin wall gives RT-375 excellent flexibility. Applications include protection of wire and cable markers subject to abuse; bundling and jacketing of wires and cables to protect them from mechanical and chemical abuse while permitting full inspectability of the item covered; and protection of electronic components without losing the ability to identify the part.
RT-375 is UL-recognized and CSA-certified at 150°C, 600 V, with a VW-1 flame-retardancy ratingSKU: W008874
- Cable Management
TE Connectivity / Raychem RT-375-3/4-X-SP0 out of 5(0)The RT-375-3/4-X-SP is a clear highly flame-retardant Heat Shrink Tubing made of flexible cross-linked fluoropolymer. It offers toughness, chemical resistance, high-temperature performance and 2:1 shrink ratio. The tubing is used for protection of wire and cable markers subject to abuse, bundling and jacketing of wires and cables to protect them from mechanical and chemical abuse while permitting full inspectability of the item covered and protection of electronic components without losing the ability to identify the part.
- 150°C Minimum full recovery temperature
- 125°C Minimum shrink temperature
- -55 to 150°C Operating temperature range