450/750V PVC Insulation Electrical Wire&Cable Yellow, Red,Blue,Green
1, Conductor: copper / aluminum/ CCA / CCS ( based on client's requirements)
2, Construction: bare copper wire + insulation jacket + pvc sheath. copper wire
3, Colors: black / red / green / yellow / blue.
2 Voltages U0/U: copper wire
450/750V300/500V300/300V) copper wire
Max. permissible continuous operating temperature of the conductor: 70 The ambient temperature under installation should not below 0.
Impedance (ohms): 100±2ohm
3 Application copper wire
The products is suitable for use in power installations, fixed wiring or flexible
connections for electrical appliances like lighting, electronic equipment, instrument
and communication equipment with rated voltage 450/750V or less
Nominal sectional area mm2
Conductor No/Dia. mm
Nominal Insulated thick mm
Max overall Dia. mm
Condcutor Resistance at 20
Min insulated resistance at 70MΩ/km
- Q:Old electrical wiring in shoddy condition. Safe?
- Consult a wiring electrican for rewiring works to satisfy new and safer regulations. At the present conditions, you are at risk of a fire Present regulations require that wiring be sealed in tubes or covered
- Q:I was told I needed to put insulating foam in the holes in the top plate created for electrical wiring?
- This isn't a fire code, but an energy code. It is to prevent drafts, and is around all holes, not just wiring (like plumbing etc). Expanding polyurethane foam is usually used for that. It should say on the can that it is not harmful to the wiring and PVC pipes etc. It doesn't need any kind of fire rating. I assumed you are talking about a house. I am in Minnesota, and I know that this is an energy code thing and not a fire code thing for houses in Minnesota.
- Q:A question on electrical wiring?
- You are running two single-pole 20-A hots out there. That is considered more than one branch. NEC 250.32 requires that the outbuilding subpanel have its own grounding electrode (e.g., buried rod) connected to the grounding bar in the panel. If there are no other metallic paths to the shed (water or gas pipes, TV cable, etc), then you can even skip the grounding wire in the PVC conduit completely (running two hots and a neutral) and just ground the new panel to the new electrode. Look at the cost of running two 10 AWG conductors and one 8 AWG rather than 10/3 w/g. Probably not far enough to make a difference. Agree that 1-inch pipe is plenty big. Run two in at the same time, in case you ever want a phone line, CCTV, alarm/bell wire, or any other low-voltage wiring to the shed. If you do use 10-3 w/g for the feeder, do not bond the neutral bar to the panel ground (i.e., leave out the tap screw that they may give you for that purpose). But you still need to connect the new grounding rod to the grounding bar in the panel. The 250.32 Exception would apply if you were just running 10-2 w/g for a single branch, relieving you of the need for the new grounding electrode. If anybody has a newer code that gives some other grounding rod exceptions, please chime in. I'm looking at my old NEC 2002 Handbook, Exhibit 250-18, showing two hots, neutral and EGC running through u/g feeder conduit, isolated neutral bar in subpanel and grounding conductor from first building bonded to grounding bar at subpanel and separate electrode rod.
- Q:Electrical wiring on tractor.?
- Hi there. I had the same problem near my barn The oly thingthat worked was rat traps and rat bait. But becareful whne you go to use the tractor afterwards. I forgot about a rat trap it hit the cooling fan and . bits of rat flew everywhere I have heard that tractor supply sell a spray for this but i have never been able to find it.
- Q:How do I increase electrical current on 200' wire?
- If the motor you are running is 120 Volts, consider getting a new one. A 240V volt load will draw 1/2 the amperage, and save you from replacing the wiring. You'd have to replace the breaker, and means of disconnect, but should save you some of the grunt work.
- Q:Electrical wire/Speaker Wire, will or can it catch on fire?
- The heat duct only gets to about 110°F, well below the ignition point the wire. If it's not too hot for a human to touch it's not too hot for the wire. Heating ducts are often electrically connected to Earth ground. A break in the insulation, a bad splice, or exposed splice could cause a short. A partial short can cause arcing. AWG24 is small. It is only good for several Watts. Sending excessive power through the wire causes it to heat up, and the insulation fails, and if it continues the metal itself can burn. Melted insulation from small wire like that can catch fire from spark or enough heat. The ignition point is not very high. I can easily cause AWG24 to catch fire. Placing household chemicals on the wire would not likely cause a fire. Acetone, alcohol, and such dry quickly, there'd be nothing left to cause a fire.
- Q:How do I stop my Maine Coon cat from chewing all my electrical wires?
- My cats did that too for some time when they were very young. You might need to consider hiding wires - there are covers available in hardware stores (Home Depot has a lot of them). If you can't it would be best to spray them with something cats dislike - citrus smell would do or a repellent from a pet store. It works fine. A bottle would cost you max. 4-5$ and it will last for a while. And by no means do not hit your cats as some other suggested - gee, hit them instead (no, just kidding). if you raise your voice and say NO to your cat as she tries to chew on wires she will eventually learn it is not a good thing to do. All of the above methods worked on my 2 cats - now I leave them home alone and no cables are touched - and I have a lot of wires.
- Q:It is not necessary to draw a set of video lines from the monitor interface
- Do parts, like car accessories ah, but the requirements of physical mathematics is better. Do not worry about employment
- Q:can someone help with my home electrical wiring issues?
- Check the power at the breaker and make sure you are getting 110 there.
- Q:Bridge 380V strong wire, and now put into the cable to the signal interference?
- You can share a trunking. Respectively, on both sides of the laying can be, without partitions. Not with the same line laying.
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