Lift-2S UL yellow 600V 90’C pendant flex

Lift-2S UL yellow 600V 90’C pendant flex is designed for use in for control applications in elevators, converters, shelving racks or cable lines. The two external strain wires are used to relieve stress. It can also be used as self-supporting shaft cable. 

This cable is suitable for indoor use in dry or moist areas. Installation outdoors is not recommended. 

The two special torsion-free steel supporting elements found parallel on both sides of the outer jacket are designed to absorb the resulting tensile load during operations. These cables are not suitable for drum reeling installations (where cable is continuously reeled in and out on pulleys or drums under tensile loads).

Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Properties: These compounds are self-extinguishing with fair abrasive resistance, good resistance to water, aqueous salt solutions, acids and alkalis.


Construction – Lift-2S UL yellow
16AWG fine stranded plain copper conductors
PVC/Nylon core insulation
cores twisted together
yellow cold flex PVC (polyvinylchloride) sheath
two PVC covered external steel strain wires


Technical- Lift-2S UL yellow
conductor make-up: 65x 0.16mm (approx. 1.3mm²)
operating voltage: 600V 
temperature range: -15°C to +90°C flexing, -40°C to +90°C fixed
standards: UL Pendant 60V 90°C Type MTW CSA AWM 600V 90°C
core identification: according to ICEA Method 1, Table E-2 including 1x earth wire
details shown on data sheet below


A printable specification is available here: Lift-2S UL yellow 600V 90’C pendant flex.


For black external version (not UL approved) return to the Flatform, Crane and Drum Reeling front page.


All measurements should be considered nominal and images for illustration purposes only. Although Central Cables Ltd has made every reasonable effort to ensure its accuracy, the information contained herein is subject to error or omission and to change without notice. In no event will Central Cables Ltd be liable for any damages whatsoever, arising in connection with the information described.