Max working temp: 70℃
Conductor: Class 1/2 plain copper wires, solid or strand
Insulation: Out ring: PVC, inner ring: PVC or XLPE
Section area: 7.5-240mm2
Package: Steel-wooden drum, length on the size or your demand
Certification: ISO9001:2008, CE, RohS, CCC
Samples: we can supply samples free of charge, but the buyer should pay the freight cost.
Products list of the factory
PVC insulated PVC/XLPE sheathed copper cables (Lower than 1000 Voltage)
- Q:how can i start designing an electrical wiring installation diagram of a large building eg.hotel or apartment?
- In the U.S., you will likely need a professional (electrical) engineer to do any plans. He will likely be working with similar mechanical and plumbing people, and the architect. His work will also be affected by local codes and standards. Get the preliminary plans from the architect. Get size of building and estimate volts and amps needed. Confirm with local utility and tell HVAC people (mechanical engineers) so they can pick out systems that use the voltage. Figure out how much floor space you can cover with a 200A panel (or whatever size you plan to use). Put panels in the middle of each space that large. Add outlets, switches, lighting, and feeds to HVAC. Put in a main distribution panel to feed the sub-panels and check for breaker sizes, wire sizes, etc. Draw a 'panel diagram'. Check the final mechanical equipment schedule to be sure voltages and power use all match. Get the EE to stamp and seal. Deliver drawings.
- Q:Electrical Wiring problem, need help!?
- You will need to pull the switch out also---sounds like the box is also a junction for other wiring also---- see which color wires are used for the switch leg---the whites are all probably neutrals--- the green ground You'll need a meter to find out which wire is hot or do you know already? Or tell me what color the two wires are at the switch?
- Q:Cable YC3 * 25 + 1 * 10 What does it mean?
- Violation of the communication facilities and commits the crime shall be sentenced to fixed - term imprisonment of not less than three years but not more than seven years of age and shall be sentenced to fixed - term imprisonment of not less than seven years
- Q:Can rodents do damage to the electrical wiring in a house?
- It's possible, yes. Although it could just be a blown fuse or something. Get an electrician to take a look.
- Q:Electrical wiring eat light seperately?
- YES - but make sure you draw a picture of what is now then exactly how you will wire the switches in Then Check It With Someone Who Knows sounds like a pain in the attic Good Luck
- Q:2.5 square wire how long is it better?
- It is best to change the line, not the same line with the same line after the hook and then solder with solder welding. Plus the mobile outlet, then the bull is better. Welding wiring is better
- Q:Electrical question on wiring up a tree light or similar?
- An indoor extension cord exposed to the weather, even for ' just a few months' is asking for trouble. If you use a high quality construction type 'orange' cord, and a cable fitting to attach it to the box on the fixture, and don't damage the cord fastening it to the tree, you should be OK.
- Q:What could be causing an electrical/fire smell?
- it really is not any longer extraordinary because the cabin pressurization comes from the engines. even if the engines devour, you scent. No, the sole bang become likely through actual incontrovertible actuality that the ducks were in a good Vee formation and those who were given ingested hit the engines at almost a similar time, for this reason sounding like one bang. i'd challenge to wager that it wasn't in simple terms the engines that took hits.
- Q:Electrical wiring problem!!! PLEASE HELP!!!?
- Call an electrician
- Q:How can I wire solar panels into my homes electrical grid?
- Hey Pilot, it's really pretty simple. If all you want to do is dump the power your panels are producing into your homes electrical system, you need an, intertie inverter. These devices simply take the DC power from your solar array and convert it to AC, which is synchronized with the grids frequency, and pour it into your AC system. Any power your home is using first comes from the inverter. If it is using more than is available, the extra is made up from the utility. If your array is producing more than the home is using, the extra feeds back out through your meter into your neighbors home instead, and your meter runs backwards. Beware that some meters are racheting types, so even if the disc is spinning the other way, you might not be getting any credit for it. And in almost all cases, you are supposed to have a permit from the power company to do this. Our system uses a Xantrex inverter, which is a bit more complicated than a straight intertie. It also connects to a battery bank, allowing the inverter to continue feeding the house even if the grid goes down. With an intertie inverter, if the grid shuts off, your inverter does too, and your home will not have power even if the sun is shining. If I were you, I'd spend a little time getting educated on the subject, and avoid asking hacks like me online for advice. In my 12 years building, using and teaching solar power, I've learned there are two things in vast supply in solar energy, the sun, and missinformation. Try some of the sources below, and keep your airspeed up. I grew up on Cessna's myself, now I'm a Boeing guy. Take care, Rudydoo
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