0.6/1kv Triplex Service Drop XLPE insulated ACSR ABC power cable

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1.electrical cable
2.certification: ISO CCC
3.good quality
4.fast delivery

ABC(Aerial bundled cable)electrical cable are mainly used for electric power tranmission, rebuilding of urban and forest regions. Overhead PVC/XLPE Insulated ABC Cable
1). Standard: IEC60502, NF C33-209, GB 12527-90

 

 

2). Specification: Overhead Insulated ABC Cable
1.ccc certification
2.professional system
3.good quality
4.fast delivery

5.Global Market

 

3).Types of XLPE(PE) insulatedabc cable (service drop):
XLPE(PE) insulated abc cable (service drop)covers mainly three types:

a.Duplex Service Drop
b.Triplex Service Drop
c.Quadruplex Service Drop

 

4). Classification:

Duplex Service Drop

1. Application: To supply 120 volt aerial service for temporary service at construction sites,outdoor or street lighting.For service at 600 volt or lower at a conductor temperature of 75°c maximum.

2.Construction: Concentric strand or compressed 1350-H19 conductor,polyethylene or crosslinked polyethylene insulation,concentric strand AAC,ACSR,or 6201 alloy neutral messenger.

3.Standards: ASTM B-230,B231,B232 and B-399 IECA S-76-474

Triplex Service Drop

1.Application: To supply power from the utility's lines to the consumer's weatherhead.For service at 600 volt or less(phase to phase) at a conductor temperature of 75°c maximum for polyethylene insulation or 90°c maximum for crosslinked insulation.

2.Construction: Concentric strand or compressed 1350-H19 conductor,polyethylene or crosslinked polyethylene insulation,concentric strand AAC,ACSR or 6210 alloy neutral messenger.

Quadruplex Service Drop
1.Application: Used to supply 3 phase power,usually from a polemounted transformer,to the user's service head where connection to the service entrance cable is made.To be used at voltages of 600 volts or less phase to phase and at conductor temperatures not to 75°c for polyethylene insulated conductors or 90°c for crosslinked polyethylene(XLPE) insulated conductors.
2.Construction: Conductrs are concentrically strnded,compressd 1350-H19 aluminum.Insulated with either polyethylene or XLP crosslinked polyethylene.Neutral messengers are concentrically stranded 6201,AAC, or ACSR.One conductor is manufactured with an extruded with an extruded ridge for phase identification.

0.6/1kv Triplex Service Drop XLPE insulated ACSR ABC power cable

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