High-voltage XLPE insulated power cable

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
China Main Port
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
-
Supply Capability:
-

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Specifications

110-220kv XLPE insulated power cable
1.XLPE CABLE Has passed CE,ISO,CCC,certificate
2.sell well in Europe, America, Asia

XLPE Insulated Power Cable

1.Basic Information.

Voltage : Low and Medium Voltage Cable

Conductor Material : copper

Insulation Material: XLPE

Sheath : PVC or PE

Appliation : Underground

Certificate : CE UL SGS ISO

Export Markets : Global

2.High voltage cable 64/110KV

Applying to GIS substations, hydropower stations, etc. 64/110KV .

Rated voltage 64/110KV XLPE copper core and PE insulated wrinkled aluminum wrapper waterproof layer PE(or PVC) sheathed power cable.

1.  The cross-linkage PE insulated and wrinkled aluminum wrapper waterproof PVC sheathed power cable.

Type

YJLW02, YJLLW02

Specification

240mm2~3000mm2

Voltage

110~220KV

Usage

Suitable for the places with a higher underground water level and to be used underground, in the tunnels or pipes. Such cables bear a bigger pulling force and pressure.

2.The cross-linkage PE insulated and wrinkled aluminum wrapper waterproof PE sheathed power cable.

Type

YJLW02, YJLLW02

Specification

240mm2~3000mm2

Voltage

110~220KV

Usage

Suitable for the places with a higher underground water level and to be used underground, in the tunnels or pipes. Such cables bear a bigger pulling force and pressure.

Specific property for usage of 110KV~220KV XLPE high-voltage cable:

1.       Cable’s conductor highest working temperature is allowed up to 90°C, and overload when meet an emergency is 130°C , When short circuit (in ≤5 seconds) the highest temperature is 250°C

2.       When installing or laying cable, the ambient temperature should be less than -20°C, and have to give a preheat to cable.

3.       The minimum bending diameter:

Cable type Bending  diameter

Metal sheathed

After laying

30D0

During laying

40D0

Note: In form, D0 is a real test value to cable’s outer diameter.

4.       Allowed biggest axial traction force to outer diameter when laying cable (not consider the radial lateral-pressure at bent set ion) T=K×core NO. ×section (kg), in formula, the coefficient K value should be: the copper core get 7, the aluminum core get 4.

5.       Allowed biggest lateral-press P, when cable is being bent

The single core cable is required P≤500kg/m.

P=T/R (T is indicated axial traction force; R is indicated radius of bent-wheel), Knowing from above formula, as the traction force is made up by length and weight of cable. So it lets P to applying requirement as above. Then the diameter of bent-wheel should be widened.

6.       Cable laying is not being restricted by drop.

3.Specification

Type

Designation

Application

YJV

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed Electrical

cable

For laying indoors, in tunnels or cable trench,

unable to bear external mechanical forces.

YJLV

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed

Electrical cable

YJY

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated and PE sheathed Electrical

cable

YJLY

 

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated and PE sheathed

Electrical cable

YJV22

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated, steel tape armored and PVC

sheathed Electrical cable

Indoors, tunnels, cable canal, vertically burying and

easy to corrode places, can bear mechanical

pressure.

YJLV22

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated, steel tape armored and

PVC sheathed Electrical cable

YJV23

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated, steel tape armored and PE

sheathed Electrical cable

YJLV23

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated, steel tape armored and

PE sheathed Electrical cable

YJV32

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated, steel wire armored and PVC

sheathed Electrical cable

Vertically laying, can bear mechanical pulling

force, but not pressure.

YJLV32

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated, steel wire armored and

PVC sheathed Electrical cable

YJV33

Copper conductor , XLPE insulated, steel wire armored and PE

sheathed Electrical cable

YJLV33

Aluminum conductor , XLPE insulated, steel wire armored and

PE sheathed Electrical cable

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:Why do Craftsman and Porter Cable share power tools?
Craftsman power tools are all made by someone else; Craftsman just puts their name on it. This is not uncommon in the tool business. Most Craftsman power tools are made by TTI based in Hong Kong, the same company that makes many Ryobi, Rigid, Taskforce, Rockwell, and Makita power tools. Porter Cable is a subsidiary of Stanley Black Decker which also owns DeWalt. In this case, I'd say Porter Cable makes the grinder and Craftsman sells a version of it.
Q:Is the power supply cable a standard type?
If you're talking desktops, then yes, the cord is an industry standard. You can swap them around as you wish. The same 3 prong cable is used by many other electronic devices (TVs, stereos, etc) Laptop chargers are an entirely different matter.
Q:How many power cables can I bind together safely?
I neatly zip tie each cord separately. Use only what's available on each power strip. Don't use a bunch of extension cords.
Q:Dell Inspiron 1720 power cable problem?
contact dell maybe theyll help u
Q:Does voltage change if you split a power cable?
yess ofcose, hmm think of a analogy voltage is like the water pump and current is water, if pump have half the pewer becose its split then less current as well will flow in consideration to v=ir
Q:Does a power supply come with the cables that allow you to connect the computer to the wall?
Yeah, it comes with a three prong power cable and a bunch of internal cables, one or two for the motherboard, one or two for graphics cards, and a bunch for drives.
Q:Is a so-called high-end power cable going to really make my stereo/home theater sound better?
Personally, I don't think so, the main goal of the power cable is to power your sub, receiver, preamp... the only difference is probably shielding, and that issue can be lowered by having good shielded sound and video cables, and make sure you don't have them running side-by-side. If anything I would put that money on a power stabilizer or a UPS for critical systems....
Q:Can you use any power cable with any amp?
It means that it has 300 watts of power . Thats a lot of power. 120VAC means that you connect it to a regular wall plug. If you can connect it to the amp and the wall socket , you got yourself an amp.
Q:i have a laptop, and the socket where the power cable goes, stopped working.?
cost if u take it some where is about $100-$200 and it can be fixed
Q:PC works after unplugging and plugging motherboard power cables. Why?
Just a guess, but maybe you had a loose connection to the motherboard. Unplugging, and then plugging the cables back in, just made a solid connection.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range