FLRY cables are made with thinned PVC insulation. Thinner insulation causes that rated voltage of these cables is 60V (while for other popular car cables LgYS it is 220V) and current-carrying capacity depends on wire cross-section.
Another feature that differentiates these cables from popular LgYS cables is operating temperature range as follows:
This slight difference allows FLRY cables to be used also in engine compartment for wiring components distant from engine block and also underneath it. Due to these particular parameters they are often chosen for low-voltage part of electrical installation already at the vehicle design stage,, being the basic type of used cable.
FLRY cables are done in two variants, depending on wire construction:
All FLRY cables from BQ CABLE are RoHS compliant.