0.6/1KV shipboard power cable power supply, transmission and lighting for buildings

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1. Scope of application:
The product applies for power supply, transmission and lighting for buildings above the water of kinds of rivers, seas, ships, sea oil and oil platform.

2. Standard: IEC60092-353, GB/T9331-2008

3. Type of cable:
CVV/NA/SA/DA PVC insulation PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CVV80/NA/SA/DA PVC insulation PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CVV90/NA/SA/DA PVC insulation PVC inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CVV82/NA/SA/DA PVC insulation PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJV/ NA/SA/DA XLPE insulation PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJV80/NA/SA/DA XLPE insulation PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJV90/NA/SA/DA XLPE insulation PVC inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJV82/NA/SA/DA XLPE insulation PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJV92/NA/SA/DA XLPE insulation PVC inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEF/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEF80/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEF90/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEF82/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEF92/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CEFR/NA/SA/DA ethylene-propylene insulated CPE over sheathed shipboard flexible power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CJPJ/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPJ80/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPJ90/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPJ85/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPJ95/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided low-smoke and no-halogen cross-linked polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPF/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPF80/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen polyolefin inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPF90/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen polyolefin inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPF86/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen polyolefin inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided no-halogen polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CJPF96/NC/SC/DC XLPE insulation low-smoke and no-halogen polyolefin inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided no-halogen polyolefin over sheathed shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPF/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin sheathed low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPFR/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin sheathed low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard flexible power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPF80/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPF90/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPF86/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided polyolefin over sheathed armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPF96/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided polyolefin over sheathed armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJ/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin sheathed low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJR/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin sheathed low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard flexible power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJ80/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJ90/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed steel wire braided armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJ85/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed copper wire braided polyolefin over sheathed armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CEPJ95/NC/SC/DC ethylene-propylene rubber insulation polyolefin inner sheathed steel wire braided polyolefin over sheathed armored low-smoke and no-halogen flame-retardant (fire-resistant) shipboard power cable (NC/SC/DC)
CXV/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation PVC sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXV80/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation PVC inner sheathed copper wire braided armored shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXV90/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation PVC inner sheathed steel wire braided armored shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXV82/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation PVC inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided armored PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXV82/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation PVC inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided armored PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXF/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation neoprene sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXF80/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation neoprene inner sheathed copper wire braided armored shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXF90/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation neoprene inner sheathed steel wire braided armored shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXF82/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation neoprene inner sheathed tinned copper wire braided armored PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)
CXF92/NA/SA/DA natural butyl benzene rubber insulation neoprene inner sheathed zinc-coated steel wire braided armored PVC over sheathed shipboard power cable (NA/SA/DA)

4. Operating characteristics:
Power frequency rated voltage U0/U: 0.6/1kv
Allowable long-term operating temperature of conductor: for XLPE insulation and ethylene-propylene rubber insulation, 90℃; for natural butyl benzene rubber insulation, 70℃
Allowable short-circuit temperature: not exceed 250℃, and the duration shall not exceed 5 seconds
Ambient temperature radius for installation is 0℃, preheating is needed if the temperature is below 0℃

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