Stranded Cable


Stranded wire cables have numerous uses for security, sound and other applications. From alarm monitoring control to speaker systems, this wire can do it all. 

Discount Low Voltage carries a large inventory of 12-, 14-, 16-, 18- and 22-gauge stranded wire cables, so you can find exactly the right ones for your job. Made in the U.S. by Tappan Wire & Cable, which was acquired by Southwire in 2010, these products boast innovative design, technical excellence and premium quality you can count on. They are UL listed, ensuring further peace of mind.


The many applications for our stranded wire cables include broadcast and communications systems, access control, camera surveillance and temperature control monitoring systems. You can also use these versatile cables for burglar alarms, public address systems, speakers, telephone stations and many other uses.

In addition to carrying stranded wire cables in your choice of gauges, we also offer a great selection of conductors. Pick from stranded wire cables with anywhere from one to 12 conductors to suit your purposes. We offer shielded, unshielded, plenum and other types of stranded wire cable to meet your needs. 

Items that are in stock usually ship within one business day of receipt of your order. Some items may take up to seven business days to ship. 


In addition to fast turnaround, we offer extremely competitive prices, and we back what we sell with our 100 percent guarantee of your total satisfaction. Qualifying orders are eligible for free shipping, with no sales tax collected for orders shipped outside our home state of California.


Check out Mercy’s short videos on the product pages for insights on the particular stranded wire cable that interests you. You can also access downloadable manufacturer spec sheets on these pages. Check out our blog to learn more about these versatile, popular cables. 

If you’re wondering which cable is best for your application, call or email us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will provide you options and help you chart your course.