Low Voltage Power Cable 240 185 150 120 mm2 PVC XLPE Cable

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Low Voltage Power Cable 240 185 150 120 mm2 PVC XLPE Cable

 

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1.XLPE armored power cable is made complying with the national standed and have pass the CCC - China Compulsory Certification, which contains the recondition of national security certificateC - CEE,imports of safety and quality licensing system -     CCIB, China Certification Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC

2.Range of application : this product is fit A.C rated voltage 0.6/1KV

3 The temperature of the conductor in the working time is no more than 90 centigrade

4.The XLPE cable is mainly used for current transmission,laying in the building, tunnel or directly in the earth, it can afford  the outside pressure

5. We can also customize the electrical wire and cable as your requestyou can decide the core count and cross seaction of the conductor, as well as the jacket and insulation

6.The specification YJV

 

The PVC insulated power cable and fire resistant cable are suitable for fixed laying in power transmission and distribution lines with A. C. 50Hz and voltage rating of up to or including 6KV. 

Product Description: 
1. Conductors: Copper or aluminum. 
2. Both armored and non-armored type power cables are available. 
3. Voltage rating: 0.6/1kV 3.6/6kV. 
4. PVC or PE sheathed. 
5. Number of cable cores: One core (Single core), two cores(Double cores), three cores, 
Four cores (Four Equal-section-area cores or three equal-section-area cores and one smaller section area neutral core), 
Five cores (Five equal-area cores or three equal-section-area cores and two smaller section area neutral cores). 
6. Standards: Chinese national standard GB 12706 and GB 12666.6(equivalent to IEC 60502 and IEC 60331) 
IEC, BS, DIN, ASTM, CSA, NFC, AS, GOST etc. Or other special characteristics as customers request. 

Application Conditions 
1. The long-time permissible operation temperature of conductor shall not be higher than 70oC. 
2. Conductor maximum short circuit (not more than 5 seconds) temperature shall not be higher than 160 oC. 
3. The power cable is not limited by drop in level when being laid, and the ambient temperature shall not be lower than 0 oC. 
If so, the cable should to be preheated. 
4. Perfect chemical stability, resistant against acids, alkalis, grease and organic solvents, and flame. 
5. Light weight, perfect bending properties, installed and maintained easily and conveniently.

 

Specification


Cu Core


AL Core


Description


Application


VV


VLV


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated PVC Sheathed Power Cable


For laying indoors, in ducts and tunnels, but unable to bear pulling force and pressure


VY


VLY


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated PE Sheathed Power Cable


VV22


VLV22


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Steel Tape Armored PVC Sheathed Power Cable


For laying indoors, in tunnels and directly in ground, able to bear pulling force and pressure


VV23


VLV23


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Steel Tape Armored PE Sheathed Power Cable


VV32


VLV32


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Fire Steel Wire Armored PVC Sheathed Power Cable


For laying indoors, in wells and underwater, able to bear certain pulling force


VV33


VLV33


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Fire Steel Wire Armored PE Sheathed Power Cable


VV42


VLV42


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Thick Steel Wire Armored PVC Sheathed Power Cable


For laying in wells and underwater, able to bear certain axial pressure


VV43


VLV43


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Thick Steel Wire Armored PE Sheathed Power Cable


NH-VV


NH-VLV


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated PVC Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


For laying indoors, in ducts and tunnels, but unable to bear pulling force and pressure


NH-VY


NH-VLY


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated PE Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


NH-VV22


NH-VLV22


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Steel Tape Armored PVC Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


For laying indoors, in tunnels and directly in ground, able to bear pulling force and pressure


NH-VV23


NH-VLV23


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Steel Tape Armored PE Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


NH-VV32


NH-VLV32


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Fire Steel Wire Armored PVC Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


For laying indoors, in wells and underwater, able to bear certain pulling force


NH-VV33


NH-VLV33


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Fire Steel Wire Armored PE Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


NH-VV42


NH-VLV42


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Thick Steel Wire Armored PVC Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable


For laying in wells and underwater, able to bear certain axial pressure


NH-VV43


NH-VLV43


Cu(Al)Core PVC Insulated Thick Steel Wire Armored PE Sheathed Fire Resistant Cable

 

1 core

 

 

1*10; 1*16; 1*25; 1*35; 1*50; 1*70; 1*95; 1*120; 1*150; 1*185; 1*240; 1*300; 1*400

 

 

2 core

 

 

2*1.5; 2*2.5; 2*4; 2*6; 2*10; 2*16; 2*25; 2*35; 2*50; 2*70; 2*95; 2*120; 2*150; 2*185; 2*240; 2*300

 

 

3core

 

 

3*1.5; 3*2.5; 3*4; 3*6; 3*10; 3*16; 3*25; 3*35; 3*50; 3*70; 3*95; 3*120; 3*150; 3*185; 3*240; 3*300

 

 

4 core

 

 

4*4; 4*6; 4*10; 4*16; 4*25; 4*35; 4*50; 4*70; 4*95; 4*120; 4*150; 4*185; 4*240

 

5 core

 

 

5*1.5; 5*2.5; 5*4; 5*6; 5*10; 5*16; 5*25; 5*35; 5*50; 5*70; 5*95; 5*120; 5*150; 5*185; 5*240;  

3+1

core

3*4+1*2.5; 3*6+1*4; 3*10+1*6; 3*16+1*10; 3*25+1*16; 3*35+1*16; 3*50+1*25; 3*70+1*35. 

4+1

core

4*2.5+1*1.5; 4*4+1*2.5; 4*6+1*4; 3*10+1*6; 4*16+1*10; 4*25+1*16; 4*35+1*16; 4*50+1*25; 4*70+1*35; 

4*95+1*50; 4*120+1*70; 4*150+1*70; 4*185+1*95; 4*240+1*120; 4*300+1*150.


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