Flexible Copper Conductor Rubber Welding Cable

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Specifications

1) Copper Rubber welding cable.
2) Meeting IEC, VDE, EN standard, widely used
3) Excellent performance and competitive price

Standard

IEC 60245

 

Application

Flexible copper conductor rubber welding cable is used for connecting the electrode to the welding machine.

 

Product Description

1) Nominal area: 10~185mm2

2) Conductor: class 5 tinned or plain copper wire

3) No. of cores: 1

4) Insulation: rubber compound, PCP

5) The products available include:

60245IEC 81: rubber sheathed arc welding electrode cable

60245IEC 82: polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic elastomer sheathed arc welding electrode cable

 

Technical Parameters

Sectional AreaMax. wire dia. of conductorTotal thickness of sheathAvg. overall dia. (mm)Approx. weight (kg/km)Max. d.c. resistance at 20°c (Ω/km)
mm2mmmmMin.Max.IEC81IEC82Plain copperTinned coppner
100.211.87.59.71461541.911.95
160.212.08.811.02192311.211.24
250.212.010.112.73173120.7800.795
350.212.011.414.24264400.5540.565
500.212.213.216.55936110.3860.393
700.212.415.319.27908180.2720.277
950.212.617.121.4106711030.2060.210
1200.352.819.024.0134913930.1610.164
1500.353.021.027.0167916990.1290.132
1850.453.222.029.0198420210.1060.108

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Q:Power cable YJV22-8.7 / 15kv-3 * 300 what meaning
Power cable YJV22-8.7 / 15kv-3 * 300 Meaning: refers to the copper core XLPE insulated double steel tape armored PVC sheathed power cable, cable rated working voltage 8.7 / 15KV, cable for the three-core, single Conductor cross-sectional area of 300mm2. YJ: cross-linked polyethylene insulation V: PVC sheathed 22: steel tape armor 8.7 / 15KV: rated working voltage 8.7 / 15 kV 3 * 300 Specifications: YJV22-8.7 / 15kv-3 * : Three conductors, single cross section of 300 square feet.
Q:Dell Vostro PC won't turn on if power cable left in overnight. Why is this, and how do I fix?
This sounds like a bad shutdown. Are you sure it's shutting down and not hibernating or sleeping? As it's new, you should call Dell, but you can try this. Close all your programs and shut it down by holding the power button in until it's off (Just 5-6 seconds.) See if it starts up after that. Edit:What happens if you try shutting down with the On/Off switch?
Q:will speaker and power cables cause noise radiation to the rca cables of my amplifier?
Technically, running your RCA wires and power wires shouldn't cause any problems and can be dubbed a myth. However, a lot of people will disagree. For induction between power and signal wire to occur, a form of AC must be introduced on the DC power wire. One solution, if you want to run them together, is to have good shielded RCA cables and/or to separate the RCA wires and twist them (as in twisted pair wire, twisted pair wire is used in CAT3, CAT5 and CAT6 communication wire to eliminate noise/interference/induction). Another solution is distance, you don't have to have cable on both sides of the car as a 1 foot separation will do just as good. ____________ As for will s, What in the world would anyone use a zener diode for? A zener diode is used to regulate a lower voltage from a higher voltage. Example, if I wanted a pure 6 volts from a 12 volt supply then I would use a zener. Zeners don't operate well when the supply is the same as what you want out (ie, 12 volt supply, 12 volts out). Besides to find one to handle the current will both be quite large and expensive. Plain useless. Additional notes Clearly your attempts are for a good measure, but lack in the knowledge of what really happens with the introduction of induction on an input, makes your idea wrong. My pestering hostile e-mails were nothing more than a discussion on how your idea wouldn't be cost effective or practicle. It's a shame you can't take constructive critisism. I would like to point out that overvoltage transients and induction are two totally different things in their respective terms. Overvoltage transients are caused by motors and relays turning on/off. Induction occurs exactly what happens in an AC transformer. But in this case, AC isn't an issue since it's a DC power source. Granted, induction is probable, but not likely due to the insignifacant level of voltage produced plus the sheilding of the RCA cables.
Q:If I put my laptop into hibernation mode, is it okay to disconnect the power cable?
Yes, but after a long while it will die!
Q:Power supply missing cables?
There's 2 types of power connectors, old style 4-pin Molex and Sata power. Adapters are pretty cheap, just check Monoprice.
Q:Do all power supplies 450 watt(or above)have the 12v 4 pin?
Almost all current motherboards power their CPU with a 12 volt CPU power cable. There are two kinds: the 4 pin 12V cable and the 8 pin 12V cable. The 4 pin cable is often called a P4 cable (although it's a very bad name) and the 8 pin cable is called an EPS12V cable. The P4 cable is the most common. You should find it on 90% of power supplies you buy on the market, regardless of how many watts they have. Some power supplies have both the 4pin and 8 pin cables for redundancy. ~~~ All modern power supplies nowadays have 4 pin CPU power cables. They come as a standard. The 24 pin ATX power supply is also quite common, it's kind of hard to get one that's 20 pin nowadays.
Q:Shall i use directly Nikon S550 digi camera U.S. power cable in India?
India power outlets run 220v, not 120, so you are going to need a converter or a completely new power-supply.
Q:How can I find the optimal length needed for a power cable to connect two poles using catenary concepts?
The web page provides very thorough information and rigorous mathematical treatment relevant to the answer you seek. But it is just too much all at once to digest. So take it piecemeal, one bit at a time! First, you must realize that the sag of the cable is the single most important design parameter and strict attention to cable weight determines the optimal length. The equation of the catenary is the precise model but a parabolic approximation may work. (parabolic approx.) ymax = (3wl²) / ³√(64EA) P = wl²/(8ymax) Where ymax is the maximum sag l is the unstretched length w is the weight/unit length E Youngs modulus A Wire area P axial tension the curve is a parabola, which is a good approximation if the depth of sag is no greater than 1/8th of the span. Use the second equation to derive the induced tension P. H:=WL²/8S S:=WL²/8H L: distance between support S: Sag at mid-span H: tension (horizontal component of tension) The tension depends purely on the loaded geometry and the weight per unit length.
Q:Can you use a graphics card w/o power cables?
I have heard of modifying the cables so they can plug into a gpu, but that is pretty risky. Your card should have came with at least 1 2 Molex to PCIe Converter cable.
Q:Should Ferrite Core be tight on the power cable?
It doesn't make any difference, they are just as effective if they are loose. Actually the bigger ones should be more effective at filtering because there is more ferrite material in them.

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