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hi would arctic cable be ok for outside lights in conduit

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hi would arctic cable be ok for outside lights in conduit

cheers :)
don't see why not.--a little bit expensive perhaps.Arctic cable(flex) is designed to retain its flexability in sub-zero temperatures.But if your cables are inside conduit its unlikely that you will require ANY flexability.
 
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michufc

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what other way would you suggest

thanks
 
what other way would you suggest

thanks
Depends on the installation.Where its gonna be.If you are in Canada maybe it would be a good idea,but in U.K. I don't think it will be required.Can you not use T&E inside your conduit? or Tufwire clipped direct,each installation needs to be considered separately.
 
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yes i normally use t/e but i was not sure if its the best way i thought it might be quicker to use the arctic cable they are quite long runs and lots of bends

what do you think cheers
 
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Whats the matter with conduit cable?
 
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