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  1. Common types of general-purpose cables used by electricians are regulated by national or international codes, which define the various wire alloys that may make up a cable, its insulation type and characteristics, including its resistance to chemical

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  2. a type of power cable used by electricians

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  3. These general purpose cables are known by the National Electrical Code's 310-12 'Type Letter'

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  4. The USA's NEC Type Letter, refers to the insulation type and thickness coating each working wire along with the outer covering [jacket] material, if any

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  5. The cables used by utility companies for power distribution do not have these ratings

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