11KV 3*185mm2 Aluminum conductor steel tape armoured power cable

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11KV 3*185mm2 Aluminum conductor steel tape armoured power cable:

 

1.xlpe insulated swa armour power cables
2.excellent electrical,mechanical
3.heat-resistant & anti-aging
4.25 years producing experience.

5.copper conductor

6.Voltage: Under 35KV

 

4*35mm2 0.6/1kv steel tape armoured power cable:

 

Type Name

 

Application

 Cu

Conductor

Al

Conductor 

YJV

YJY

 YJLV

YJLV

XLPE Insulated,PVC or PE S heathed Power CableFor laying in door,tunnel,channel and underground.Unable to bear external mechanical force,but bear the traction force during laid.

YJV22

YJV23

 YJLV22

YJLV23

XLPE Insulated,Steel Tape Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

For laying in tunels in door,tunnel,channel and underground.Able to bear external mechanical force,but unable to bear large pulling force.

YJV32

YJV33

 YJLV32

YJLV33

XLPE Insulated,Fine Steel Wire Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

For laying in shaft with large difference of level.Able to bear external mechanical force,and moderable pulling force.

YJV42

YJV43

YJLV42

YJLV43

XLPE Insulate,Thick Steel Wire Armoured,PVC or PE Sheathed Power Cable

Able to bear positive pressure and pulling force

 

 

U0/Um(kv) No.of Core

1st class

0.6/1

1.8/3

3.6/6

6/10

8.7/15

12/20

18/30

21/35

2nd class

1/1

3/3

6/6

8.7/10

12/15

18/20

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26/35

1 Core

Section

area(mm2)

1.5-800

25-800

25-800

25-800

35-800

50-800

50-800

50-800

2 Core

Section

Area(mm2)

1.5-185

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3 Core

Section

area(mm2)

1.5-400

25-400

25-400

25-400

35-400

50-400

50-400

50-400

4 Core

Section

Area(mm2)

2.5-400

25-400

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5 Core

Section

area(mm2)

2.5-400

25-400

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Q:I found my SATA power cable, but can't find where to insert my SATA data cable?
Short Answer: You plug the data cable into the drive on one end (usually a hard drive), and the sata ports mounted on the motherboard. Details: A sata data cable runs between the drive (most likely a hard drive, mounted towards the front of the computer) and the motherboard, which is the huge circuit board that everything else plugs into. If you look at the board, you'll see a section with 2 - 6 little plugs (each about the width of your fingernail, but half the height), with a sort of L shape in the middle of each one. Those are the SATA data ports. Yes, bizarrely enough, they are actually smaller than the power connectors. Near each of this the port number is printed in ridiculously small type, so you may need a magnifying glass or something to read them. Ideally, you want to plug your main hard drive into the lowest port number available, usually either 0 or 1. I apologize if I sound condescending, but I've found it's better to underestimate a users technical knowledge and give them details they don't need than to overestimate their tech skills and leave them frustrated and confused. As for your other questions: Power cables run between the power supply and the drive, so that doesn't necessarily mean your motherboard supports it. However, if this PC is only a few years old, it probably will. If you see the ports I described above, then it does. If it doesn't support sata, you can easily buy a 'sata controller card' for about $30-40 that'll plug into one of the pci or pci-express slots on your motherboard. btw, that model you gave is for the power supply, not the whole computer. The computers model number is usually listed on a sticker somewhere on the outside of the case, usually the back.
Q:Whether the interior decoration is the first brush latex paint or the first installation of the wire (the line, with the trunking)?
3 + 2 and 4 + 1 are the number of cores of a cable, a cable inside is not a line, is insulated with each other 2 or . 3 +. 4 +1 line, 5 lines , Respectively, called 2 core or 3 core, 3 +2 core, 4 +1 core, 5 and other core. 3 + 2 cable 3 is the three phase lines, the diameter of the line as large, 2 is the zero line and the PE line, the diameter of the line as large; 4 + 1 cable 4 is the same as the three lines and the same diameter, 1 is the PE ground wire is a separate diameter; five core is the phase line, zero line and PE line are the same diameter, 2 core and 3 core is also the diameter of the line. In the end with a few cable, the design specifications are provided! A few words are not clear!
Q:Does voltage change if you split a power cable?
No change in voltage.
Q:Will a 20 pin power cable work on a 24 pin motherboard?
I believe it'll work, 4 pins will just hang off to the side. The same goes for 8 pin power cables to a 4 pin power socket on the motherboard.
Q:Does every power unit have a PCI-E cable built in.?
Usually there is a supplied 2 Molex to PCI-E but it is better to have the PCI-E cable built in. Some PSU's do include the PCI-E you can easly check too!
Q:What is the purpose of the small cylinder that is in the power cable near the computer connection?
It's called a choke. It's used to filter out unwanted radio interference.
Q:Is my power supply going?
Well, just to be sure, check out this site and examine the capacitors on your motherboard (esp. around the video card slot), on the video card itself, and the ones that you can see inside the PSU. I think that you will find one or more that are bulging...
Q:What is the difference between a trough bridge and a tray tray?
The line is to be reserved, the installation will have a certain degree of tightness
Q:harddrive power cable stuck.... HELP PLZ?
try using a pair of plyers and moving the connector side to side while pulling
Q:Is Cable For Power Seats?
Yes, all wire harnesses are made to serve the power needs of all possible options rather than building different harnesses for each individual car.

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