Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)
Model Number: AAAC
Insulation Material: Other
Type: Low Voltage
Conductor Material: Aluminum
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1 Stranded Bare Conductor
1.1 Aluminium stranded wire (AAC)
1.2 Aluminium Conductor Steel-Reinforced (ACSR)
1.3 Aluminium Alloy Stranded Wire (AAAC, AASC)
1.4 Bare Copper Stranded Wire
2 Aerial Insulated Cable (ABC)
2.1 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and including 1kV
2.2 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and inculding 10kV
2.3 Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to and inculding 30kV
2.4 Parallel multiple insulated overhead cable with rated voltage up to and including 1kV
3 Rubber sheathed Cable
3.1 Welding Cable
3.2 General Purpose Rubber sheathed Cable
4 Wires & Cables for Electric Equipment
4.1 PVC Insulated cable with rated voltage up to and including 450/750V (H07V-U, H07V-R, H07V-K, H07V-U, H07V-R, NYY, NYM, H03VV-F, H03VV2-F,H05VV-F,H05VV2-F)
4.2 PVC insulated cable,wire,and cord with the rated voltage up to and including 450V/750V (H07V-U, H07V-R, NYY, NYM)
4.3 PVC insulated and Nylon sheathed wire(THHN,THWN,THNN,T90)
4.4 Thermocouple extension wire
4.5 Radio-Frequency Cable (CATV, Coaxial Cable)
4.5.1 Solid conductor PE insulated radion-frequency cable
4.6 Strain Gauge Cable
4.7 Signal Cable for Periphery Equipments of Computer
4.8 PVC Insulated Shielding Cable for Radio
5 Speaker Wire
5.1 Speaker Wire
5.2 Hi-FI Equipment Power Supply Wire
6 Power Cable
6.1 XLPE Insulated Power Cable
6.1.1 XLPE insulated power cable with rated voltage 1kV(Um=1.2kV) & 35kv(Um=40.5kV)
6.1.2 XLPE insulated pwoer cable with rated voltage from 3.6/6kv to 26/35kv
6.2 PVC Insulated Power Cable
6.2.1 XLPE insulated power cable with rated voltage 1kV(Um=1.2kV) & 3kV(Um=3.6kV)
6.3 Fire-Retarding Power cable
6.4 Low Zero Halogen Fire-retarding Power Cable
6.5 High-Temperature Resistant Power Cable
6.6 Converter used connecting Power Cable
6.7 rat & termite proof XPLE Insulated Power Cable
7 Control Cable
7.1 PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable
7.1.1 KVV450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable
7.1.2 KVV22 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Steel Type Armour
7.1.3 KVVP 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Braid Screen
7.1.4 KVVP2 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Control Cable With Copper Tape Screen
7.1.5 KVVR 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Flexible Control Cable
7.1.6 KVVR 450/750V Copper Conductor PVC Insulated and Sheathed Flexible Control Cable With Braid Screen
7.2 XLPE Insulated Control Cable
7.2.1 KYJV 600/1000V copper core XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed control cable
7.2.2 KYJVP2 600/1000V copper core XLPE insulated and PVC sheathed control cable
7.3 Plastic Insulated and Sereened control cable for Converter Station and Power Station
7.4 Flame retardant Plastic Insulated Control Cable
7.5 Fire-resistant Control Cable
7.6 Low Smoke Zero Halogen Fire-retarding Control Cable
7.7 High-Temperature Resistant Control Cable
7.7.1 Copper core FEP insulated FEP sheathed Control cable (KFF)
7.7.2 Copper core FEP insulated FEP sheathed screen Control cable with copper wire braid (KFFP)
7.8 Screened Control Cable for Computer
8 Communication Cable
8.1 Copper Core Polyolefin Insulated Aluminum-Plastic Composite Sheathed Communication Cable
8.2 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication LAN &?Terminal Cable
8.2.1 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication LAn Cable
8.2.2 PVC Insulated and Sheath Cable for Low Frequency Communication Terminal Cable
8.3 Category 5 Unscreened and Twisted Cable for Digital Communication Cable
8.4 Twisted PE Insulated and PVC Sheathed Local Telephone Cable
8.5 PVC Insulated and PVC Sheathed Mining Telephone Cable
- Q:outdoor wiring?
- Previous answer was partially correct. There are building codes depending on your local government. Some outside wires have to be in conduit, some have to enter and exit the ground in conduit, others do not require it. However, the wire size is associated with the circuit breaker that you are going to attach it to and the length or distance away from the circuit board it is going to be. Don't try to save money and buy indoor wire however, stick to the heavier outdoor coated wire. It is best to buy a higher Gage and not use it all then to buy a Gage that is too small.
- Q:Calculating thickness of wire?
- The resistivity of copper is ρ_Cu = 1.72 x 10^(-8) ohm - meters, whereas that of aluminum is ρ_Al = 2.82 x 10^(-8) ohm-meters . Assuming that the wire runs are the same length L, the resistance in the aluminum wire will be R_Al = ρ_Al * L/A_Al, where A_Al is the cross-sectional area of the aluminum wire. The resistance in the copper wire will be R_Cu = ρ_Cu * L/A_Cu. If we want the same resistance in both wires, we require R_Cu = R_Al: ρ_Cu * L / A_Cu = ρ_Al * L / A_Al A_Al / A_Cu = ρ_Al / ρ_Cu. Since the resistivity ρ_Al of aluminum is higher, the aluminum wire must have a larger cross sectional area to yield the same resistance. To make this precise, suppose the wires are cylindrical. Then the cross sectional area is π(R_Al)² for the aluminum wire and π(ρ_Cu)² for the copper wire: π(R_Al)²/π(ρ_Cu)² = ρ_Al / ρ_Cu R_Al/R_Cu = √(ρ_Al / ρ_Cu) = √(2.82/1.72) = 1.28 The aluminum wire must be 28% thicker than the copper wire in order to provide the same resistance.
- Q:lighting fixture wiring?
- Hi There, The white wire (pigtail) that was pulled loose needs to be connected to the other white wires inside the box. . After that connect the black pigtail (that is hanging loose) and white pigtail to the eterminals on the light fixture. Hope that helps, Al
- Q:high voltage stranded wire?
- There are many uses for stranded wire, from 5V to 500kV, and the reasons are very different. I am assuming since you say 500kV you mean high voltage transmission conductors? If that is the case the reason mainly is because of the physical strength of the conductor and manufacturing processes. For example a solid aluminum conductor with such large diameter is not realistic. When conductor spans large distances the weight of aluminum itself would tear it apart. Therefore a normal conductor would be something like 336 ACSR. ACSR meaning aluminum conductor steel reinforced. Steel is the inner wire for strength, and the outer wire is many aluminum wires wrapped together for carrying the electricity... Hopefully this was of some help.
- Q:2002 Honda Civic Factory wiring??????
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- Q:My pinball machine is supposed to be grounded, but the wire from the pinball machine has only two wires.?
- Just go to your home cente or electric supply house, and get as long as you need of 16/3 SJO or SJTW cord and a grounded plug, and replace the cord there.
- Q:Air conditioning wiring problem - help!?
- I suggest having a tech. wire it in for you, but your new motor should be wired this way, the black and white are your hot and common, so 208v unit, hook black wire to L1, white wire to L2, green is a ground, ground it to cabinet somewhere, brown goes to one side of run cap, brown/white goes to other side of run cap. if you are unsure about how to swap it out then seek someone with some electrical background or an hvac tech., dont hurt yourself or your equipment by doing it improperly, good luck with it!
- Q:down to the wire?
- I found this online: The wire is used in a four-legged footrace-- at least I've only ever heard the word tape used for races involving bipeds. That and ribbon. The wire in question is an actual wire, and it's used in the Sport of Kings, horseracing. A tape or ribbon would be too stretchy to instantaneously trip the shutter on the finishing-line camera when it was crossed. A horse has no problem busting through a single strand of wire.
- Q:Difference between chassis wiring and power transmission amperage?
- Chassis wiring assumes each wire is routed separately, and power wiring assumes they are wired in a bundle. In chassis wiring the cooling of the conductors is better, because they are all exposed directly to air. In a bundle, some of the wires are not in direct contact withe the air.
- Q:3 phase wire size?
- Well not quite: 1. The panelboard is 4 wire therefore the (3) in the description would be (4). The 4th wire is for the neutral and required if you are using the 277. Otherwise the panelboard is a 3 wire board and no 277 2. 600 kcmil copper with 75°C insulation is able to carry 420 A as long as the ambient temperature < 86°F (30°C) and are installed by themselves (not in a raceway/cable tray with other power conductors). If the conductors are aluminum, the temperature is hot, the installation has multiple conductors in the same raceway/cable tray, or the distance is of sufficient length resulting in unacceptable voltage drop, the cable must be derated -- read you must increase the size to 750 kcmil or increase the insulation rating to 90°C The ground conductor should be of sufficient size
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