ZHONGMEI XLPE lnsulated Power Cable YJV 0.6/1KV 4X150

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1. Standard complied with:IEC60502-1997 Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltedes from 1KV up to 30KV;


2. Service performance

   (1)Operating temperature:Max.Permissible continuous operating temperature of conductors shall not exceed 90℃.

   (2)Short circuit temperature of conductor:Max.short circuit temperature shall not exceed 250℃(Max.sustaining period: not exceeding 5 sec.

3. Type and description:

Type

Description

YJV

Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated PVC sheathed power cable

YJLV

Aluminum core cross-linked polyethylene insulated PVC sheathed power cable

YJV22

Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated steel belt armored PVC sheathed power cable

YJLV22

Aluminum core cross-linked polyethylene insulated steel belt armored PVC sheathed power cable

4. Production scope:

Type

Number of cores

Rated voltage

0.6/1

1.8/3

3.6/6,6/6

6/10,8.7/10

8.7/1512/20

18/2026/35

Conductive wire core nominal cross-section mm2

YJV
YJLV

1

1.5800

10800

251200

251200

351200

501200

3

1.5300

10300

25300

25300

35300

-

4

4240

-

-

-

-

-

YJV
YJLV

1

2.51000

101000

251200

251200

351200

501200

3

2.5300

10300

20300

25300

35300

-

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

YJV22
YJLV22

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

4300

4300

25300

25300

35300

-

4

4240

4240

-

-

-

-

YJV23
YJLV23

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

4300

4300

25300

25300

35300

-

4

4240

4240

-

-

-

-


5. Structure, size and technical performance of 0.6/1kV XLPE cross-linked polyethylene insulated power cable:

Specification Number of cores cross-section insulation thickness

YJV

YJV22

Properties

Insulation thickness

Sheath thickness

Cable Weight (approx.)

Calculated diameter of the cable

Insulation thickness

Internal sheath thickness

Number of steel belt layers thickness

mm Outer sheath thickness

Cable Weight (approx.)

Calculated outer diameter of the cable

Maximum conductor resistance

Test Voltage

mm

mm

kg/km

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

kg/mm

mm

20/km,

KV

3×120+2×70

1.2/1.1

2.2

5219

44.6

1.2/1.1

1.3

2×0.5

2.4

6418

49.9

0.153

3.5

4×150

1.4

2.4

6168

46.3

1.4

1.4

2×0.5

2.6

7432

51.5

0.124

3.5

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Some have batteries, most have power cables. None that I have heard sound good. I know it's a pain to wire speakers in but it's worth the time and effort (or cost if you have someone do it for you). Your going to have the speakers and setup for a long time, I presume. Do it right the first time and put the wires in.
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I have my power wire and speaker wires touching each other under my carpet. no interference at all. I'll say that it may be possible, I have just never experienced it. So I would say that it won't interfere with your speaker wires. Actually I have my power wire, all speaker wires, and the Remote wire right next to each other. no problems at all.
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