LJ CONDUCTOR,JL/G1A CONDUCTOR,LGJ CONDUCTOR

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  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: AAAC

  • Insulation Material: Other

  • Type: Low Voltage

  • Application: Overhead

  • Conductor Material: Aluminum

  • Jacket: Other

 

 

 

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Packaging Details:Paper Roll,Iron Spool,Wooden Spool,Plastic Spool,Gift Box, Poll-out Box,Spools,Wooden Drums,Pallets and according to request
Delivery Detail:7-20days

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1. Best price in same quality.
2. Best quality in same price
3. Good after-sales service

 

 

CATALOG

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

 

 

 

 

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