XLPE Insulated No Halogen Low Smoke Fire Retardant Power Cable For Rated Voltage

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 Product Introduction:

This product is produced in accordance with RCC-E and NF serises standards and IEC60502IEC60332-3IEC60754IEC60103-4, etc standard. After fired, this product cannot spread combustion and possesses halogen, low smoke, no toxicity, no corrosion and so on characteristics. It is suitable for nuclear power station, underground facilities, tunnel, high-rise and broadcast television station, etc.fields. It is laid at electric power circuit with 35kV of rated voltage and is used as power transmission/distribution.

 

Operating Characteristics:

ØRated Voltage1.8/3~3.6/6kV

ØMin. Ambient Temperature: -40

ØNormal Operating Temperature90~250

ØMin. bending radius is no less than 30 times of cable thickness

 

Specification:

 

 

Type

 

No. of cores

    Rated voltage    kV

0.6/1

1.8/3

3.6/6

6/6

6/10

8.7/10

8.7/15

18/20

26/35

   Nom. cross-sectional area   mm²

WDZA-YJY    WDZA-YJLY

WDZB-YJY    WDZB-YJLY

WDZC-YJY    WDZC-YJLY

 

 

 

 

1

 

2.5~1000

 

10~1000

 

25~1000

 

25~1000

 

35~1000

 

50~1000

WDZA-YJY33  WDZA-YJLY33

WDZB-YJY33  WDZB-YJLY33

WDZC-YJY33  WDZC-YJLY33

 

10~10000

 

10~10000

 

25~10000

 

25~10000

 

35~10000

 

50~10000

WDZA-YJY43  WDZA-YJLY43

WDZB-YJY43  WDZB-YJLY43

WDZC-YJY43  WDZC-YJLY43

 

10~10000

 

10~10000

 

25~10000

 

25~10000

 

35~10000

 

50~10000

WDZA-YJY    WDZA-YJLY

WDZB-YJY    WDZB-YJLY

WDZC-YJY    WDZC-YJLY

 

 

2

3

4

5

3+1

3+2

4+1

 

 

 

2.5~400

 

10~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

WDZA-YJY23  WDZA-YJLY23

WDZB-YJY23  WDZB-YJLY23

WDZC-YJY23  WDZC-YJLY23

 

4~400

 

10~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

WDZA-YJY33  WDZA-YJLY33

WDZB-YJY33  WDZB-YJLY33

WDZC-YJY33  WDZC-YJLY33

 

4~400

 

10~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

WDZA-YJY43  WDZA-YJLY43

WDZB-YJY43  WDZB-YJLY43

WDZC-YJY43  WDZC-YJLY43

 

4~400

 

10~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

25~300

 

XLPE Insulated No Halogen Low Smoke Fire Retardant Power Cable For Rated Voltage

XLPE Insulated No Halogen Low Smoke Fire Retardant Power Cable For Rated Voltage

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