PE insulated PE-sheathed power cable

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Al conductor
PE insulated
for laying indoor and outdoor
cheap
Standard compiled with:
GB/T12706-2002 Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltage from 1KV (Um =1.2KV) up to 35KV (Um =40.5KV)
IEC60502-1997 Power cable with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltage from 1KV up to 30KV
Service performance
Operating temperature:

Max permissible continuous operating temperature of conductors: 70°C.
Short circuit temperature of conductor:
Max short circuit temperature: 160°C. (less than 5 second)
Laying temperature:
The laying temperature is less than 0°C.
Laying condition and its parameters when current capacity of cables is calculated:

Method of laying

Basic ambient temperature

Soil thermal resistivity

In air

40°C

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Direct burial

25°C

1°C·M/W

Layout of cables:
Single core cables: In parallel (spacing side by side=1D D-0verall diameter)
Multi-core cables: laid individually

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Q:What power cable do I need for my mixer?
Look at the mixer itself and see what voltage it says on it, If it states 250V then you cannot use it in the USA as the voltage there is 110V.
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Throw the piece of crap away. Just kidding, but it wouldn't make sense to take it to a repair shop when you could buy a new one for $100 bucks. Just roll the cord up when your finished using it.
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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:upside down PSU and SATA power cables?
There is no problem with twisting the cables. I have one where the power and data cables are coiled to take up less space. You can purchase 90 Deg data and power cable adapters.
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Q:How do you run a power cable for an amplifier from the battery to boot in a Honda Accord '56 reg.?
Probably not easy but if ya find the hole in the firewall underneath ya dash somewhere than just poke it through there and run it underneath ya carpet. After that u'll just be able to find ya way into the boot with no problem. I like running the power cable down the centre of the car but that can sometimes be more of a hassle than its worth, so along the side of ur seat is cool.
Q:Two poles and a power cable, calculating exact distant between poles.?
So you want the length along the cable? I honestly don't know how to compute the arc length of a catenary, but I'm sure that the power company knows how to do it because they need to know how much cable it will take to string up a whole line of poles. Your example doesn't work only because you impose a physically impossible constraint (zero distance between the poles - the poles have no thickness) and then try to impose physical reality (the cable can't bend instantaneously) on the problem. In the physically unrealizable problem, yes the cable does drop 50 ft because it is infinitely bendable. You're dealing with hyperbolic sines and cosines. Good luck
Q:please any one tell me the formula to find the current capacity of power cables?
This is not a simple answer. The amount of current that a cable can carry depends on the amount of voltage drop that you can tolerate (mostly an issue in long cables) and the temperature rating of the insulation used on the cable ( the higher the temperature rating, the higher the current that you can run in the cable) and the ability of the cable to loose the heat that is generated from the I^2R drop in the cable. For example, if a cable is in open air with no other heat sources near it, it can accomodate more current before compromising the insulation. If a cable is in a conduit with other cables that are generating heat, then the conductor needs to be increased in size to decrease the heat. The ampacity of the cable is also affected by the duty cycle of the current that the wire is carrying. If the duty cycle of the current is 10% then the wire can carry much more current compared to a current of 100% or continuous. Having said all this, there are tables of ampacities for various sized wires.
Q:How do I repair the power cable on my vintage sewing machine?
take to a repair shop

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