FG7R/FG7OR, Rubber Cable, 0.6/1 KV, Flexible CU/HEPR/PVC (CEI 20-22/2)

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Referred Standard: CEI 20-22/2 Class of Conductor: 5 Size: 16-1250 AWG/Mcm
Rated Voltage: 0.6/1 KV

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FG7R/FG7OR, Rubber Cable, 0.6/1 KV, Flexible CU/HEPR/PVC (CEI 20-22/2)
Application and Description

These cables are suitable for power transport in industry, yards, residential building and handicraft. For
installations on masonry and metal structures, on gangways, pipes, ducts and similar systems. For fixed
installation indoors and outdoors. Underground laying is acceptable, even if not protected.

Standard and Approval
CEI 20-13, CEI 20-22/2, CEI 20-35 (EN60332-1), CEI 20-37 pt.2 (EN50267), CEI 20-52, Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC

Cable Construction
- Flexible conductor of annealed red copper Cl.5
- Rubber HEPR, G7 quality,acc. to CEI 20-11 - CEI 20-3
- Not fibrous and not hygroscopic filler
- Grey PVC RZ quality outer jacket

Technical Characteristics
- Working voltage: 600/1000 V
- Test voltage: 4000 V
- Minimum bending radius: 4 x Ø
- Flexing temperature: -0º C to +90º C
- Static temperature: -25º C to +90º C
- Maximum short circuit temperature: +250º C
- Flame retardant: CEI 20-22 II - IEC 60332-34, CEI 20-35 - IEC 60332-1
- Insulation resistance: 10 MΩ x km

FG7R/FG7OR, Rubber Cable, 0.6/1 KV, Flexible CU/HEPR/PVC (CEI 20-22/2)

FG7R/FG7OR, Rubber Cable, 0.6/1 KV, Flexible CU/HEPR/PVC (CEI 20-22/2)

AWGSizeNominal Thickness of InsulationNominal Thickness of SheathOverall DiameterCable Weight

# x mm²mmmmmmkg/km
16(30/30)1 x
14(50/30)1 x
12(56/28)1 x
10(84/28)1 x
8(80/26)1 x
6(128/26)1 x 160.71.410.1206
4(200/26)1 x 250.91.411.2290
2(280/26)1 x 350.91.412.2390
1(400/26)1 x 5011.413.9530
2/0(356/24)1 x 701.11.416.0720
3/0(485/24)1 x 951.11.517.7940
4/0(614/24)1 x 1201.21.519.71200
250MCM1 x 1501.41.621.81480
350MCM1 x 1851.61.623.91800
450MCM1 x 2401.71.726.42330
550MCM1 x 3001.81.828.93050
750MCM1 x 4002.01.935.04000
1000MCM1 x 5002.22.139.55020
1250MCM1 x 6302.42.244.06600
16(30/30)2 x
14(50/30)2 x
12(56/28)2 x 40.71.814.2238
10(84/28)2 x 60.71.815.4304
8(80/26)2 x 100.71.819.2435
6(128/26)2 x 160.71.820.4590
4(200/26)2 x 250.91.824.5830
2(280/26)2 x 350.91.826.61100
1(400/26)2 x 5011.8301500
16(30/30)3 x
14(50/30)3 x
12(56/28)3 x 40.71.814.9275
10(84/28)3 x 60.71.816.2355
8(80/26)3 x 100.71.819.3515
6(128/26)3 x 160.71.821.6730
4(200/26)3 x 250.91.8261040
2(280/26)3 x 350.91.828.31370
1(400/26)3 x 5011.831.91875
2/0(356/24)3 x 701.11.937.42610
3/0(485/24)3 x 951.1242.23340
4/0(614/24)3 x 1201.22.146.74320
300MCM3 x 1501.42.351.15300
-3 x 35 + 250.91.830.51600
-3 x 50 + 2511.833.72210
-3 x 70+ 351.11.938.83050
-3 x 95 + 501.12.143.93800
-3 x 120 + 701.22.249.35000
-3 x 150 + 951.42.454.46350
16(30/30)4 x
14(50/30)4 x
12(56/28)4 x 40.71.816.1325
10(84/28)4 x 60.71.817.5425
8(80/26)4 x 100.71.821625
6(128/26)4 x 160.71.823.5890
4(200/26)4 x 250.91.828.61300
16(30/30)5 x
14(50/30)5 x
12(56/28)5 x 40.71.817.3378
10(84/28)5 x 60.71.818.8500
8(80/26)5 x 100.71.822.8740
6(128/26)5 x 160.71.825.71070
4(200/26)5 x 250.91.831.21550
2(280/26)5 x 350.91.834.32050
1(400/26)5 x 501239.12850
16(30/30)5 x
16(30/30)7 x
16(30/30)10 x
16(30/30)12 x
16(30/30)16 x
16(30/30)19 x
16(30/30)24 x
14(50/30)7 x2.50.71.819.5500
14(50/30)10 x
14(50/30)12 x
14(50/30)16 x
14(50/30)19 x
14(50/30)24 x

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