cross linked polyethylene insulated fire-resistant cables

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Product Description:

0.6/1KW PVC insulation, cross-linked polyethylene insulated fire-resistant cables
I. Product Properties:

As for fire-resistant cable, GB/T12706-2002 standard may be the reference. Fire-resistant properties should be in line with GB/T18380-2001 standard.
This product use fire-resistant mica as a fire-resistant layer and its sheath is made from flame-retardant PVC sheathing material.
II. Characteristics of usage:
This product is applied to power distribution lines with AC rated voltage of 0.6/1kv and below and the occasions with the need of fire-resistant properties.
When the cable is laid, the ambient temperature should not be less than 0 ℃, and the minimum bending radius is 15 times the outer diameter of the cable.

Type and specifications of the cables:
Type
Description
Number of cores
Conductive wire core nominal cross-section mm2
NH-VV
Copper core PVC insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant cables
1-5
1.5-240
NH-VV22
Copper core PVC insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant steel belt armored sheathed cables
1-5
2.5-240
NH-YJV
Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant cables
1-5
1.5-240
NH-YJV22
Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated steel belt armored PVC sheathed fire-resistant cable
1-5
2.5-240

Specification of the cable number of cores × cross-section mm2
Outer diameter of the cable
Calculated weight of the cable kg / km
20 ℃ conductor DC resistance Ω / km
Cable reference closure discharge (A)
armored
armored
in the air
in the soil
1×1.5
8.7
87
12.1
24
29
1×2.5
9.1
102
7.41
31
38
1×4
10.0
131
4.61
41
49
1×6
10.5
156
3.08
52
61
1×10
11.8
17.0
211
468
1.83
72
83
1×16
12.9
18.1
278
558
1.15
95
105
1×25
14.5
19.7
387
695
0.727
120
135
1×35
15.6
20.8
494
823
0.524
150
160
1×50
17.1
22.5
657
1012
0.387
180
195
1×70
18.5
23.7
851
1235
0.268
230
240
4×95
20.7
25.9
1119
1540
0.193
280
285
1×120
22.4
27.0
1367
1818
0.153
325
250
1×150
24.4
29.7
1680
2173
0.124
375
290
1×185
26.5
32.1
2041
2587
0.991
430
335
1×240
29.5
2604
0.0754
510
395
2×1.5
15.5
228
12.1
15
22
2×2.5
16.3
19.7
270
478
7.41
19
29
2×4
18.2
21.6
361
591
4.61
26
38
2×6
19.3
22.7
434
678
3.08
32
47
2×10
22.1
25.4
613
891
1.83
46
65
2×16
24.3
27.7
823
1130
1.15
60
84
2×25
27.8
33.1
1166
1861
0.727
77
110
2×35
30.5
35.7
1515
2271
0.524
95
130
2×50
34.0
39.2
2041
2878
0.387
115
155
2×70
37.3
42.7
2697
3622
0.268
145
195

Specification of the cable number of cores × cross-section mm2
Outer diameter of the cable
Calculated weight of the cable kg / km
20 ℃ conductor DC resistance Ω / km
Cable reference closure discharge (A)
not armored
armored
not armored
armored
in the air
in the soil
2×95
42.4
48.1
3569
4656
0.193
185
230
2×120
46.1
51.8
4385
5551
0.153
210
260
2×150
50.7
56.7
5417
6731
0.124
245
300
2×185
55.9
62.0
6652
8107
0.0991
280
335
2×240
62.3
68.7
8478
10124
0.0754
335
390
4×4
19.4
22.8
411
657
4.61
26
38
4×6
20.8
24.2
514
776
3.08
32
47
4×10
23.5
26.8
704
997
1.83
46
65
4×16
26.1
29.7
963
2303
1.15
60
84
4×25
29.8
35.0
1366
2106
0.727
77
110
4×35
32.2
37.4
1706
2500
0.524
95
130
4×50
36.1
41.5
2342
3237
0.387
115
155
4×70
39.5
45.0
3068
4065
0.268
145
195
4×95
45.0
50.6
4114
5250
0.195
185
230
4×120
49.0
54.8
5115
6375
0.153
210
260
4×150
52.9
59.0
6163
7508
0.124
245
300
4×185
58.8
65.0
7603
9159
0.0991
280
335
4×240
65.2
71.7
9640
11405
0.0754
335
390
5×2.5
19.2
22.6
394
641
7.41
19
29
5×4
21.6
25.0
528
800
4.61
26
38
5×6
23.0
26.3
645
934
3.08
32
47
5×10
26.4
31.7
921
1582
1.83
46
65
5×16
29.3
34.6
1282
2009
1.15
60
84
5×25
34.0
39.2
1841
2686
0.727
77
110
5×35
37.5
43.0
2425
3325
0.524
95
130
5×50
41.8
47.3
3306
4332
0.387
115
155
5×70
45.8
51.5
4333
5193
0.268
145
195
5×95
52.2
58.1
5772
7125
0.193
185
230
5×120
57.2
63.3
7125
8616
0.153
210
260


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