ABC Aerial Bundled Cable,Service Drop

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ABC Aerial Bundled Cable,Service Drop

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1.ABC cable
2.Iso -9001 quality guarantee
3.Manufacture direct sales,competitive price
4.Small quantity accepted

ABC,Aerial Bundled Cables,Service Drop

  •  Duplex Service Drop  ABC Cable used for overhead service applications such as street lighting,temporary service ,and so on

     

Application:

  • Primarily used for overhead service applications such as street lighting,outdoor lighting,and temporary service for constrction.To be used at cotages of 600V phase-to-phase or less and at conductor temperatures not to exceed 75oC for polyethylene insulated conductors or 90oC for crossliked polyethylene(XLPE) insulated conductors.

It meets or exceeds the following specifications:

 

  •   1.Aluminum Wire,1350-H19 for Electrical Purposes.

      2.Aluminum Conductors,Concentric-Lay-Stranded.

      3.Aluminum Conductor,Concentric-Lay-Stranded,Coated Steel Reinforced(ACSR)

      4.Concentric-Lay-Stranded 6201-T81 Conductors

      5.Compressed Round Stranded Aluminum Conductors Using Single Input Wire.

    It meets or exceeds all applicable requirements of ANSI/ICEA S-76-474

     

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Cable
 Size 
Conductor 
Diameter 
Insulation 
Diameter 
Support 
Core Size 
Overall 
Diameter 
Cable 
mass 
Res. DC
 @ 20~C 
Res. AC 
@ 90~C 
Impedance Symmetrical 
Current 
Current 
Rating in Air 
mm2 mm mm mm2 mm kg/km ./km ./km ./km kA Amps 
256.59.554.622.94201.21.541.5412.3105
357.310.554.625.35550.8681.111.1173.3130
508.311.754.628.17520.6410.820.8264.7165
7010.213.654.632.810120.4430.570.5746.6205
9512.315.954.638.213480.320.410.4199250
12013.517.17041.216510.2530.330.33411.3290
15015.319.39546.520650.2060.270.27614.2

 

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Power cables cause interference as well as distance and twists in the wire. I assume you have a cable that you made. Did you try a pre-made cable at a shorter distance to see if the ethernet card will do 100mb at all? If it works with the premade, you might have not wired the 80' cable correctly. Make sure you have the pairs crimped correctly in the connector. Pins 1 and 2 are a pair. Pins 3 and 6 are a pair. Pins 4 and 5 and 7 and 8 are paired as well. Example: Orange/white = pin 1 Orange=pin 2 Green/white=pin 3 Green = pin 6 Blue = pin 4 Blue/White = pin 5 Brown/white = pin 7 Brown = pin 8 I hope this helps.
Q:Best solution to prevent damage to laptop by tripping on the power cable?
I would suggest using the velcro tye's you can get at any electronic store. Try tying off at the leg of your table. You can also use gaffing tape to tape it down to your floor. Gaffers tape usually doesn't leave a residue and is easily removed. Again, you can get it at Home Depot int he electronics section. Oh yeah, and be careful. :o)
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yes you have ues it
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YJV cable is cross-linked polyethylene insulation, VV cable is PVC insulation, the former temperature level higher than the latter, such as the former conductor temperature can be 90 degrees, while the latter can only to 70 degrees!
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Q:Does the eVGA GT 440 graphics/video card need a power cable connect from the psu to it?o?
No, it doesn't need one, but it's also a crappy purchase. The Radeon 6670 costs about the same, doesn't require external power, and slaps the GT 440 silly.
Q:Would power cables be considered Nonexpendable or Durable property?
Yes it depends, are we talking about a power cable for a piece of radio equipment? Then yes. Are we talking about a power cable for a government computer? Then no. What I can tell you is that if it's a power cable for a piece of radio/communications equipment then its Class 9 expendable. As far as other cables, maybe you could try looking on Army Property Book or FED Log; you may have more luck there.
Q:how do i run my power cable wire through the firewall, to my battery in my 1995 Monte carlo?please help?
find a big group of wires that go through and just push the power cable through wit the rest of them and if u cant find i group of wires then just drill a hole for it but check wats behind it before drilllin o ya thanks i forgot to tell them that my bad
Q:Will the two 16 square copper wire with what specifications of the trunking
How to say that interference is certainly some, if you line less words on one or two in the bridge next to do a tube it! The pipe will be a little better. Upstairs that I do not think that although in practice the construction of this practice a lot, because you do not feel the interference, but the reality does interfere with, or science should not be strong and weak must be separated.
Q:What is the best way to bundle audio cables?
Keep power cables separate from Line Level cables(inputs, record outputs) and speaker cables away from Line Level cables. In other words keep the different types of cables away from each other. This also goes for FM antennas separate them all as well as possible. If you have HUM, you most likely have a cable that has a compromised (bad or going bad) Ground or loose connector. Bundling wires, even the same kind CAN induce hum, as it turnes it cable bundle into a coil (like a Guitar Pick-up). Try buying several extra good quality cables of each type, and switch them out one at a time, and you may find that one or more cable is compromised and is causing the trouble and throw it away! Make sure that the outlet the system is plugged into has a Good quality Surge Protector! not just an outlet strip< Make sure the circuit that is being used to power the system is not also carrying lights with dimmers, florescent lights, or any thing other than sound equipment. LIGHTS MOTORS CAUSE HUM! Also make sure that your not using several circuits to power several INTERCONNECTED items! ie: VCR, DVD, CD, PHONO on one circuit, and Receiver, TV, Cable Box on another (GROUND LOOP). Many times a moderately expensive Surge Protector will solve hum in a sound system(not a $10.00 one, but maybe $25.00 and up) I use a TRIPPLITE that cost more than $200.00, but it has been well worth it! ( I have a $50,000.00 studio sound system), as it not only filters noise that comes down the line, but it protects from surges spikes. (Duke Power calls them LINE VARIATIONS), but they will burn up delicate electronics in a heartbeat! If your wires are bundled, it will be hard to clean up the mess and noise! Even sharp bends in wires and cables will degrade the performance of even the best system, and make change outs (new DVD player) hatefull as well as put extra strain on the rest of the wires. and they wonder why they failed.

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