ACAR Used for power transmission and distribution lines for various voltage levels

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1.Item:Aluminum Conductor Alloy Reinforced(ACAR)
2.Application
Used for power transmission and distribution lines for various voltage levels
3.Standard
ACAR meet or exceed the following IEC standards:
Hard drawn aluminium as per IEC 60889 designated Al
Aluminium alloy type B as per IEC 60104, designated A2
Aluminium alloy type A as per IEC 60104, designated A3
IEC 61089 Round wire concentric lay overhead electrical stranded conductors
4.Specification
ACAR ( Characteristics of A1/A2 Conductor)                                             IEC 61089

Code Number Diameter Number of Wires Area Linear Mass Rated Strength Max. D.C. Resistance at 20
Wire Cond. Al. Alloy Al. Alloy Total


mm2 mm mm

mm2 mm2 mm2 kg/km kN Ω/km
16 1.76 5.28 4 3 9.73 7.30 17.0 46.6 3.85 1.7896
25 2.20 6.60 4 3 15.2 11.4 26.6 72.8 5.93 1.1453
40 2.78 8.35 4 3 24.3 18.3 42.6 116.5 9.25 0.7158
63 3.49 10.5 4 3 38.3 28.7 67.1 183.5 14.38 0.4545
100 4.40 13.2 4 3 60.8 45.6 106 291.2 22.52 0.2863
125 2.97 14.9 12 7 83.3 48.6 132 362.7 27.79 0.2302
160 3.36 16.8 12 7 107 62.2 169 464.2 35.04 0.1798
200 3.76 18.8 12 7 133 77.8 211 580.3 43.13 0.1439
250 4.21 21.0 12 7 167 97.2 264 725.3 53.92 0.1151
250 3.04 21.3 18 19 131 138 269 742.2 60.39 0.1154
315 3.34 23.4 30 7 263 61.3 324 892.6 60.52 0.0916
315 3.42 23.9 18 19 165 174 339 935.1 76.09 0.0916
400 3.76 26.3 30 7 334 77.8 411 1133.5 75.19 0.0721
400 3.85 27.0 18 19 210 221 431 1187.5 95.58 0.0721
450 3.99 27.9 30 7 375 87.6 463 1275.2 84.59 0.0641
450 4.08 28.6 18 19 236 249 485 1335.9 107.52 0.0641
500 4.21 29.4 30 7 417 97.3 514 1416.9 93.98 0.0577
500 4.31 30.1 18 19 262 277 539 1484.3 119.47 0.0577
560 4.45 31.2 30 7 467 109 576 1586.9 105.26 0.0515
560 3.45 31.0 54 7 504 65.4 570 1571.9 101.54 0.0516
630 3.71 33.4 42 19 454 205 660 1820.0 130.25 0.0458
630 3.79 34.1 24 37 271 417 688 1897.5 160.19 0.0458
710 3.94 35.5 42 19 512 232 743 2051.2 146.78 0.0407
710 4.02 36.2 24 37 305 470 775 2138.4 180.53 0.0407
800 4.18 37.6 42 19 577 261 838 2311.2 165.39 0.0361
800 4.27 38.4 24 37 344 530 873 2409.5 203.41 0.0361
900 4.43 39.9 42 19 649 294 942 2600.1 186.06 0.0321
900 3.66 40.2 54 37 567 388 955 2638.4 199.54 0.0321
1000 3.80 41.8 72 19 816 215 1032 2849.1 190.94 0.0289
1000 3.85 42.4 54 37 630 432 1061 2931.6 221.71 0.0289
1120 4.02 44.2 72 19 914 241 1155 3191.0 213.85 0.0258
1120 4.08 44.9 54 37 705 483 1189 3283.4 248.32 0.0258
1250 4.25 46.7 72 19 1020 269 1289 3561.4 238.68 0.0231
1250 4.31 47.4 54 37 787 539 1327 3664.5 277.14 0.0231
1400 4.50 49.4 72 19 1143 302 1444 3988.8 267.32 0.0207

 
ACAR ( Characteristics of A1/A3 Conductor)                                             IEC 61089

Code Number Diameter Number of Wires Area Linear Mass Rated Strength Max. D.C. Resistance at 20
Wire Cond. Al. Alloy Al. Alloy Total


mm2 mm mm

mm2 mm2 mm2 kg/km kN Ω/km
16 1.76 5.29 4 3 9.78 7.33 17.1 46.8 4.07 1.7896
25 2.21 6.62 4 3 15.3 11.5 26.7 73.1 6.29 1.1453
40 2.79 8.37 4 3 24.4 18.3 42.8 117.0 9.82 0.7158
63 3.50 10.5 4 3 38.5 28.9 67.4 184.3 14.80 0.4545
100 4.41 13.2 4 3 61.1 45.8 107 292.5 23.49 0.2863
125 2.98 14.9 12 7 83.7 48.8 132 364.1 29.29 0.2302
160 3.37 16.8 12 7 107 62.5 170 466.0 36.95 0.1798
200 3.77 18.8 12 7 134 78.1 212 582.5 44.78 0.1439
250 4.21 21.1 12 7 167 97.2 265 728.1 55.98 0.1151
250 3.05 21.4 18 19 132 139 271 746.0 64.67 0.1154
315 3.34 23.4 30 7 263 61.4 325 894.4 62.40 0.0916
315 3.43 24.0 18 19 166 175 341 940.0 81.48 0.0916
400 3.77 26.4 30 7 334 78.0 412 1135.8 76.82 0.0721
400 3.86 27.0 18 19 211 222 433 1193.7 100.30 0.0721
450 3.99 28.0 30 7 376 87.7 464 1277.8 86.42 0.0641
450 4.10 28.7 18 19 237 250 487 1342.9 112.84 0.0641
500 4.21 29.5 30 7 418 97.5 515 1419.8 96.03 0.0577
500 4.32 30.2 18 19 263 278 542 1492.1 125.38 0.0577
560 4.46 31.2 30 7 468 109 577 1590.1 107.55 0.0515
560 3.45 31.1 54 7 505 65.5 570 1573.9 103.53 0.0516
630 3.72 33.4 42 19 456 206 662 1826.0 134.59 0.0458
630 3.80 34.2 24 37 272 420 692 1909.0 169.14 0.0458
710 3.95 35.5 42 19 514 232 746 2057.8 151.68 0.0407
710 4.03 36.3 24 37 307 473 780 2151.4 190.61 0.0407
800 4.19 37.7 42 19 579 262 840 2318.7 170.90 0.0361
800 4.28 38.5 24 37 346 533 879 2424.2 214.78 0.0361
900 4.44 40.0 42 19 651 294 945 2608.5 192.27 0.0321
900 3.66 40.3 54 37 569 390 959 2649.5 207.79 0.0321
1000 3.80 41.8 72 19 818 216 1034 2855.4 195.47 0.0289
1000 3.86 42.5 54 37 632 433 1066 2943.9 230.88 0.0289
1120 4.02 44.3 72 19 916 242 1158 3198.1 218.92 0.0258
1120 4.09 45.0 54 37 708 485 1194 3297.2 258.58 0.0258
1250 4.25 46.8 72 19 1022 270 1292 3569.3 244.33 0.0231
1250 4.32 47.5 54 37 791 542 1332 3679.9 288.60 0.0231
1400 4.50 49.5 72 19 1145 302 1447 3997.6 273.65 0.0207


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