Thin Wall Battery Cable - 16mm▓ 110A

Price:  £4.10(£3.42 Exc. VAT)

Product code:  P00686

  (4 Reviews)

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16mm² high temperature thin wall battery cable suitable for low voltage auto and marine applications.

This type of cable is used as standard by OEM manufacturers throughout Europe due to its high performance characteristics. The thin wall insulation provides significant weight and volume savings, particularly in large wiring harnesses, and it has good resistance to fuels (petrol & diesel), oils, dilute acids and moisture. The hard grade insulation also provides good protection against abrasion damage and cut-through, whilst retaining good flexibility for battery wiring applications.

Note: This cable is excellent for high temperature applications. For lower temperature applications where high flexibility is desirable then consider Extra Flexible PVC battery cable.


  • Manufactured to: ISO 6722:2006 (Class B)
  • Voltage rating: suitable for 12V & 24V systems (60V max.)
  • Nominal current rating: 110A
  • Maximum loading: 1320W@12V,  2640W@24V
  • No./size of conductors: 126/0.40mm
  • Conductor cross section: 16mm2
  • Maximum overall cable diameter: 7.9mm
  • Resistance per m at 20oC:  0.0016 Ω
  • Conductor material: Plain copper
  • Insulation material: PVC (hard grade) 
  • Working temperature range: -40oC to +105oC  (with brief excursions up to +120oC )

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Monday, 12 February 2018  |  Adam


Very flexible
Tuesday, 21 June 2016  |  David

Used this to run a split charge cable under my van, through the chassis rails. Was flexible enough to get round all the curves. Recommended.

good quality cable
Thursday, 11 June 2015  |  David

good quality cable

No problems
Thursday, 11 June 2015  |  David

Cable is good