Flexible 450/750V Building Wire Use for Residential Lighting

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  • Place of Origin: Henan, China (Mainland)


  • Insulation Material:
    PVCModel Number:
    BVR

  • Type: Low Voltage

  • Application: lighting in residential

  • Conductor Material: Copper

  • Jacket: PVC

  • Type of Conductor: Oxygen Free Copper

  • Insulation: PVC insulation

  • Application: Residential Lighting

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Rool or as your request
Delivery Detail:7-30 days or as customers' demand

Specifications

450/750V Flexible Building Wire Use for Residential Lighting
1.13 years professional experience
2.Flexible Copper Conductor

450/750V Flexible Building Wire Use for Residential Lighting

Specification



1).Rated Voltage: 450/750V


2).Rated temperature: 70 'C


3).Standard: GB, IEC. etc.


4).Testing Voltage: 10KV


5).Min. insulation resistance at 70°C(Mohm.km): 0.0048


6).ISO9001:2008, CCC certification


7).20 years manufacturing experience


8).Specialized in electric/electrical; construction; industrial appliance


9).Customer wire cable


10).Stock available, Free sample


11).Small profits, quick returns


12).High quality and competitive price


13).Convenient transportation (One hour drive to Shanghai) )and timely delivery


14).Application: Electrical Instruments, Lighting, Equipment, Household appliances, Railway, Computer, Industrial, Industrial Car, Telecommunication, Military, Mining, Power Station; Construction and Of AC, DC electrical installations



More technical data:


The information attached below is just for your reference. We can produce electric copper wire completely according to your requirement, please contact us with your specifications that you need


Name: BV(IEC01)


Nom. Section

(mm²)

Core/Dia

(mm)

Insulation thickness(mm)

Over diameter(mm)

Nominal

Thinnest point

Min.

Control

Max.

1.5

1/1.38

0.7

0.53

2.8(2.6)

2.9

3.2

1.5

7/0.52

0.7

0.53

2.9(2.7)

3.1

3.3

2.5

1/1.78

0.8

0.62

3.4(3.2)

3.5

3.9

4

1/2.25

0.8

0.62

3.9(3.6)

4

4.4

6

1/2.76

0.8

0.62

4.4(4.1)

4.5

5

10

7/1.35

1

0.8

6.0(5.6)

6.5

6.7

16

7/1.70

1

0.8

7.1(6.4)

7.5

7.8

25

7/2.14

1.2

0.98

8.8(8.1)

9.2

9.7

35

7/2.52

1.2

0.98

10(9)

10.5

10.9

50

19/1.78

1.4

1.16

11.7(10.6)

12.3

12.8

70

19/2.14

1.4

1.16

13.5(12.1)

14.1

14.6

95

19/2.52

1.6

1.34

15.8(14.1)

16.2

17.1



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Q:I'm wiring the electrical on a new dishwasher?
Your correct that the middle wire is the ground. To identify the neutral is rather simple. Just look at the insulation on the cord. The power (black) wire will be smooth and the neutral (white) will have a rib in the insulation that you can see and feel. Then its simple to connect the wires in the DW juct. box and YES! you need to use wire nuts for best , safest connection. Be careful and good luck.
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Polarity is important sometimes, not in others. If you wire a DC motor backwards, it will go backwards. If you wire a DC car radio backwards, it will probably blow a fuse or die. If you wire an incandescent lamp (AC or DC) backwards, no problem. Except that in the US with screw fittings the centre stud is supposed to be live and the shell neutral so that if you touch the lamp shell you won't get a shock. With an AC 1-phase or universal motor, like your pump or an electric drill, it should not make any difference. Except that it may have a switch somewhere in the live wire. Newer models tend to have both wires switched. It is of course important not to get the ground and live wires crossed over (but it would not run). Crossing the ground and neutral is unsafe. It would run, maybe, but that would inject voltage into the ground all through the house and cause your TV and other electronics to hum like crazy, maybe die. Also maybe promote galvanic corrosion in your dishwasher and give you tingles from the water tap. As for connecting wires correctly, normally they are coloured or have a ridge along one wire. Generally there are standard colours in each country for live, neutral and ground and if you don't follow the rules it will confuse the heck out of anyone doing repairs later and maybe cause them to make unsafe connections. I can't see why you would be using unmarked wires, but if you are, you could use a meter and another length of wire to check continuity end-to-end after you are done to make sure it is the right way around.
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In addition to that, make sure the types of wiring are the same. You run into problems (often) when trying to connect old (knob tube) wiring to modern stuff like Romex. And as for safety, if you're not sure the current is off to that fixture, just shut off all the power (I'm in an old house, so our panel is like reading Egyptian hieroglyphics!). Also, get one of those voltage detector thingies that tells if there's a current present. don't take chances! They only cost about $18.00.
Q:Can cable tube and gas pipe hot water pipe be laid at the same time?
laying in the metal trunking is only the cable itself (not through the tube)

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