Model NO.: Electrical Power Cable
Voltage: Low and Medium Voltage Cable
Insulation Material: XLPE
Current: AC Cable
Application: Construction, Underground, Industrial, Power Station
Certification: ISO, CCC
International Standard: Bs Standard, DIN Standard, ASTM Standard
Armored Material: Steel Wire
Export Markets: Global
Trademark: KAIQI cable
Packing: Packing by Drums
Standard: power cable
Origin: Zhengzhou City in China
Production Capacity: 500 Kilometers per month
XLPE insulated power cables of rated voltages 26/35kV:
1. This cable can be installed in duct, tray or direct burial.
Number of Core
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Diameter of Conductor
conductor screen thickness
Diameter with Insulation
Insulation screen thickness
Mental screen Diameter/No. (Soft copper wire)
Mental screen thickness(Soft copper strip)
Mental screen width (Soft copper strip)
Aluminium Wire Armouring AWA Diameter /No. wires
Max: DC Resistance(20)
Short Circuit Temperature
- Q:Did I just damage my power supply with a 300V power cable?
- Where did you get a 300V power source? Why would you plug a 115-240V power supply into it? Didn't you need some sort of adapter to plug a pc power cord into 300 volts? Or was it just an ordinary power cord with 300V stamped on it? If that was the case, that would be the maximum safe voltage for the cord.
- Q:Power supply unit 6 pin question?
- Most modern component use SATA power cables. Some older components uses the 4 pin molex connector, and by old I don't mean old really, I mean recent. Even CD/Blu-ray drives are going to SATA power now though =[, so 4 pins may be phased out in the next decade or so. Many modern PSU's come with 4 pin molex connectors, PCI-e X6 pin connectors, and a variety of other connectors you'll need. If you really are worried just check the specifications, it should list all the connectors it has. If you're getting a 850Watt PSU chances are it will have some variation of PCI-E X6 pins, either x6 pin or x6 + 2 (6 + 2 basically functions like a 6 pin and will work just like a 6 pin, so don't freak out about that either). And most modern PSU's will come with plenty of 4 pin molex cables as well. Basically, you should be fine no matter what. And yes, there are 4 pin Molex to 6 pin PCI-e power adapters, normally it takes 2 Molex to power 1 6 pin though.
- Q:What accessories/cables should I buy for this apple computer?
- Power cable, USB keyboard, USB mouse. That's it. Find a power cable (any old computer power cable will work) and see if it even powers on and does anything first. Crack it open. Set it on its face, then undo the three screws across the bottom. They do NOT come out. They only loosen up until you can't turn them anymore. The back pops off. Look for any swollen or leaking capacitors. If you find any, then it's junk. If you don't, then see if there's any RAM in it. If not, toss some PC3200 DDR RAM in there and see if you get anything.
- Q:New Build PC. Turns off after 2 seconds when power turn on.?
- Are you positive you have all the power cables connected properly, the extra 4-pin ATX12V power connector near the CPU, the PCI-E power connector(s) to the video card? Otherwise, if the computer seems to start up for a couple seconds, but then switches right off, the motherboard might be shorting against the case. Did you have trouble getting the motherboard to line up inside the case? Are the motherboard screws centered properly on the screw holes? Is there clearance along all four edges of the motherboard? The other place you can have a clearance problem is the support plate for the CPU heatsink, on the back side of the motherboard. (Or, sometimes, screws behind the chipset heatsink.) The test to see if the motherboard is shorting on the case, is to pull everything out, and hook up all parts separately, outside the case. Set the motherboard on some bubble wrap or something, and hook up all the other parts. If the parts start up and run, outside of the case, then you can start looking for where it might be shorting. (That particular Thermaltake power supply is made by Compucase, and it's a piece of junk. You should think about replacing that no matter what.)
- Q:Where's does the power cable connect to on my SATA hard drive?
- part of that connector is power, the other is data. look closely.
- Q:where does the power cable for the headlights go to... i think my power cable broke somewhere and?
- The power for the headlights comes from the front fuse/relay box, usually on the drivers side wheel well under the hood. There should be a relay in the box for the headlights.
- Q:How do I repair a Ribbon Power Cable for a Playstation 2 Power/Eject Ribbon Cable?
- No, once that is broken you can not fix a ribbon cable but you might be able to get them cheaper on OKorder.
- Q:Can I push phantom power through a 100' microphone cable?
- Absolutely! Currently, we power all of our condenser mics with phantom power through lines that are over 300' long. The power required is miniscule, therefore the current flow to power them is also very small. The voltage drop is what will eventually cause the mic to stop working, but that will require thousands of feet of cable, especially at 48 volts, if that is the rating of your phantom power supply (can be 11 to 48 volts).
- Q:cable splitter power pass?
- It means it can pass DC current, such as used for satellite LNBs and amplified antennas
- Q:Stripping 4 gauge power cable?
- I use a knife to strip that wire, just be careful not to nick the wire. Drill a hole and use sheet metal screws to screw the fuse holder down.
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