xlpe insulated low voltage power cable

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xlpe insulated high voltage power cable
1.CU or AL conductor
2.xlpe insulated
3.more than 25years' production experience

1.The standards

The power cable is mainly complying with IEC 60502 standard,  also can be produced according to OEM requirements and other standards, such as BS, DIN, ASTM, VDE, NFC standards, and so on.


2.the construction of the power cable for different voltage grade

2.1 low  voltage  cable power cable

Low voltage (0.6/1 kv)

single core or multi-core

copper or aluminium conductor

pvc inusulation

steel tape armored or galvanized steel wire armored or unarmored

pvc outer sheath

power cable.

2.2 medium voltage cabel power cable

Voltage grade is up to 35kv,

cross-section area can be up to 1000 sqmm  (copper or aluminiun conductor).

Conductor long-time  operating temperature is 90 degrees.

In short circuit, conductor  highest temperature should be not more than 250 degrees.

1kv-35 kv

multi-cores

copper or aluminium conductor

xlpe insulation

copper tape or copper wire screen

galvanized steel wire armored

pvc or pe sheath

power cable

2.3 high voltage cable power cable

High voltage (35kv~220kv)

copper or aluminium conductor

xlpe insulation

metal sheath (lead or corrugated aluminium)

hdpe or pvc outer sheath power cable.

Laying conditions: for lyaing  under ground with large different  altitude, be able to bear external machanical force and moderate pulling force.


3. the power cable's characteristic:

3.1 long time operating temperature for cable conductor is 90 degrees.

3.2 the highest temperature of the conductor in short circuit (no longer than 5 seconds) in not more than 250 degrees,

if a joint is in the cable, the temperature of the tinning welding joint is not more than 120 degrees, compressing joint not more than 150 degrees and electro-welding joint not more than 250 degrees.

3.3 no drop in limited provided there is full mechanical tention when cable is laid. It si forbidden to lay cable in iron-pipe or to fix cable by circling around the cable with iron materials.

3.4 being laid, the minimum temperature of the cable shall not be lower than zero degree. In the case of lower temperature, heating measures shall be taken.


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Q:What kind of power cable do I need?
i hav seen this types of cables, but i don't know the name it .................do i thing since u hav the pic, print the pic show it to shop keepers they will provides u with exact 1s with guaranty
Q:Power Cord Laptop Cable Exposed. Dangerous?
very dangerous
Q:Using an 8 pin power cable to power my cpu - but the original power cable was 10 pins. 2 pins are empty.?
What? What are you saying? What processor uses a 10 pin power connector? You did 'say' CPU! (Central Processing Unit) Or do you mean the 20 pin ATX Motherboard connector? (AMD's use no power to processor connector. Intel Pentium 4 and UP, use a four pin power connector, from the power supply to the motherboard. (Mobo) Edit: Low System Voltage will start with causing weird things to happen. Then the computer motherboard power headers,(Connectors), will burn up. I suggest you turn this computer off, un-plug it, and email me.
Q:Does this power supply have enough cables?
The latest AM3 motherboards I've seen all have a *4* pin CPU connector. It's somewhat common for power supplies to have a 4+4 CPU power connector. The specifications for your listed power supply list an 8-pin (EPS12V) motherboard connector. Unless that is a 4+4 configuration, you won't be able to power your motherboard with it. Other than that, the power supply would probably work OK. If you need a different power supply, check out a Corsair 650TX. That has the specifications and connectors that it will work OK with your video card and CPU, regardless of what motherboard you choose.
Q:Where can I purchase some type of box to hide or store power cables that are on the floor of my home office?
You need a rubber cable duct, or cable trestle. The are sold by office supply places everywhere. They're usually made of rubber and the profile (end view) is that of a triangle or truncated pyramid. They usually come in lengths up to twelve feet. They're made to lie as flat as can be on the floor, but the higher profile models (when you need many cables hidden) don't quite allow casters to roll over them, and may present a tripping hazard. If you can run cables along a wall, try a cable raceway. Some models look like larger base molding, and are fairly unobtrusive.
Q:What are ways to string a electrical power cable across a valley?
Like ships at sea transferring supplies: start with a thin line shot across, the thin line ties to a heavier one, and finally to the actual heavy weight (power cable in your case). Or how about a helicopter pull.
Q:can an extension cord be used in place of the power cable for 360?
Well I don't know of any extension chord that could replace this fairly crucial component . I think you should look for another one with a friend that maybe has a broken xbox or an old pc.. You might find the piece you're looking for on another machine like a computer or a printer . Look around and see , good luck ;)
Q:LG X120 Netbook won't start up if power cable is not connected?
lg has not got reports like these there might be sum internal fault in the hardware of the pc so u should try to exchange this or buy a lenovo 1
Q:Where do i run my power cable from my amp ?
There should already be a hole there.
Q:why my pc is shutting down and restarting only when removing the power cable and connecting it again?
It's shutting down because you're removing the power cable. I wouldn't really do that when your computer is on... It's not good for the motherboard or anything, for that matter. It restarts again basically because it's still being told it's on, so it reboots when it's plugged back in.

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