1kV Copper Conductor XLPE Insulated Power Cable

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IEC 60502



1kV copper conductor XLPE insulated power cable is used for fixed installations of rated voltages 1kV and below, such as distrubution networks or industrial installations. It can be installed in cable duct, trench or directly buried in earth.


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1) Rated Voltage: 600/1000V

2) Max. working temperature: 70 °c for pvc insulation and 90 °c for xlpe insulation

3) Max. temperature during short circuit (≤5S): 160°c (PVC insulation), 250°c (XLPE insulation)

4) Conductor: class 1 and 2 copper or aluminum

5) Shape of conductor: circular and sectional

6) Sectional area: 1.5 - 500mm2

7) Insulation: PVC / XLPE

8) No. of cores: 1, 2, 3, 3+1, 3+2, 4, 4+1, 5

9) Armor: steel wire or steel tape available

10) Sheath: PVC

11) Min. beding radius: 15 times cable radius (single core),  12 times cable radius (multi cores)

12) Max. conductor DC resistance at 20 °c

Sectional area (mm2)1.52.54610162535507095
Copper (Ω/km)12.107.4104.6103.0801.8301.1500.7270.5240.3870.2680.193
Aluminum (Ω/km )-12.17.414.613.081.911.200.8680.6410.4430.320
Sectional area (mm2)12015018524030040050063080010001200
Copper (Ω/km)0.1530.1240.09910.07540.06010.04700.03660.02830.02210.01760.0151
Aluminum (Ω/km )0.2530.2060.1640.1250.1000.07780.06050.04690.03670.02910.0247

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Q:electrical wiring 2 way intermediate need help please.?
The circuit you describe is called a 4 way switch circuit. At the first switch in the circuit the power feed is terminated at the common terminal of the switch and the two travelers ( one red and one black ) of the interconnecting wire connect to the other two terminals. At the center switch of the circuit which is called a 4 way switch ( there can be any number of 4 way switches in a circuit but they must always be in the middle of the circuit ) the input travelers connect to the bright terminal screws and the output travelers connect to the dark terminal screws (typically top-top and bottom-bottom) then at the last switch in the circuit (again a 3 way switch) the travelers connect to the two terminals which are the same color and the output to the light connects to the common terminal. At each switch box the neutral (White) wire is wire nutted to the white wire of the next set of wires. And the bare copper ground wire is both bonded ( Compression bond ) to the ground wire of the next cable AND terminated to the green grounding screw in the box if it is a metal box AND terminated to the green grounding screw on the yoke of the switch.
Q:What gauge electrical wire do I need?
According to your figures, you are gonna have about 1100 watts load, that would normally need a 14 gauge supply line with a 15 amp circuit breaker. However the 300 feet run will change that, there is gonna be quite a large voltage drop for that distance. I would run a 10/3 and use a 20 amp circuit breaker. That is assuming that you will not have anything else on the circuit. If you do then I would go with a 30 amp breaker. Also if this is gonna be running out side you will need to get wire that is rated for that. Personally I would use bury able wire and enclose it in 2 inch PVC, buried at least 24 inches.
Q:Soldered 2 electrical wires together, melted insulation at the ends?
heat okorder
Q:I have a spool of electrical wiring. What metal is this?
its probably worth more than its weight in metal, question is, can you sell it anywhere other than scrapyard, if its heating element as suggested then perhaps you can, find an ohmmeter and measure end to end, it should have significant resistance if its an heating element. but if you burned insulation off the entire spool then you probably made it worthless, even scrapyard might pay you very little if its some unknown alloy
Q:Cable model, W, KVV, KVVP, KW What is the difference?
BVVB represents the rubber insulated power cable 300/500 is the voltage level, the voltage can not exceed 500V. PVC insulation PVC sheathed copper core sheathing line Product Model: BVVB Implementation of standards: JB8734-98 / GB5023-2008 Features: . rated voltage: 450 / 750V and below . the working temperature: with - 90 suffix type of long-term allowable operating temperature of the wire should not exceed 90 ℃, other models of long-term allowable operating temperature of the wire should not exceed 70 ℃. When the use of the cable environment to prevent the thermoplastic flow and allow to reduce the insulation resistance of the case, can be used continuously at 90 ℃ PVC mixture, in shortening the total working time under the premise of its working temperature can be increased to 105 ℃. . the conductor: single strand of bare copper or stranded copper wire . insulation: PVC . jacket: PVC . color: white / black, etc. Features / Uses: This product is suitable and AC rated voltage 450 / 750V and below power, household appliances, instrumentation and telecommunications equipment and other lines.
Q:Question about electrical wiring use in homes ? thanks?
House wiring must conform to wiring codes. Some places require the work be done by or at least signed off by a licensed electrician. Unless you follow your local codes you run the risk of fire, or even death in wiring near water. What's more, you will not be covered by insurance and you will be held personally responsible. There are too many opportunities for wrong answers on the internet. Please consult a licensed electrician.
Q:In a house with no basement and an access-only attic, is the electrical wiring usually under the insulation?
i always put them on top just in case it ever has to be serviced it can easily be found and the wires as well for better tracking ive seen some houses were they have all kinds of problems and the wires are buried somewhere under ducts and its just a pain so i save time next time and so will the next people
Q:Burning/melting plastic smell coming from electrical outlet?
Sounds like the outlet has a loose connection, causing arcing and overheating of the insulation on the wire. Check out the outlet or hire someone to do so before you use it again. If it is getting hot enough to make the insulation burn you have a potential fire hazard. Bert
Q:How does electrical field spread through the wire?
much like hair spray out of can, only in a thin tube
Q:Why do birds especially pigeons in cold weather perch on electrical wires?
As it gets colder, heating units require more and more energy as people use them more. As the current is increased, the wires heat up even more than they normally do. Standing on them offers the birds a free source of heat.

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