Al / Cu Conductor , PVC cable cable,Power Cables

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LV&MV, Al/Cu Conductor, Insulation/Sheath PVC/PE/XLPE, Shield CTS/, Armour SWA/DSTA/ATA, Power/ABC/ACSR/Control/Overhead cable


Power cable


1. Material: Cooper, Aluminum


2. Rated voltage: low and medium voltage 


3. Wire identification: Red, yellow, blue, white, black


4. No. Of cores : Single core cable: from 1.5 mm2  to 800 mm2; Multi-core cable: from 1.5 mm2 to 400 mm2


5. Standard:   Low voltage: IEC60502-1 Medium voltage :IEC60502-2 or other requirement.


6. Insulation: PVC, XLPE, PE


7. Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE 


8. Armor:   Galvanized steel wires armouror Galvanized steel tape armour Aluminium Tape Armour/ Aluminium Wire Armour.


9. Application: Suitable for indoor, channel, conduit,underground,vertical well etc.


10. Nominal cross section area: from 1.5 mm2 to 800 mm2.


Aerial Bundle Cable Service Drop


 1. 3x35+54.6+16  3x50+54.6+16  3x70+54.6+16 3x95+70+16  3x120+70+16 3x150+70+16 mm2


 2.2x16mm2 2x25mm2 2x35mm2 2x50mm2 4x16mm2 4x25mm2 4x35mm2


3. Standard: ASTM ANSI, ICEA S-76-474, NFC 33-209 or other request.

Overhead electrical stranded cable (Bare Conductor)


1.Material: 1) Aluminum stranded wire and aluminum alloy stranded wire 2) Overhead stranded galvanized steel wire 3) Aluminum clad steel




3. Standard:  AAC: GB/T 1179-2008 IEC 61089 ASTM B232 BS 215 part1, DIN 48201-5 or other requirement.


AAAC:GB/T 1179-2008,  IEC 61089, ASTM B 399   BS3242, DIN 48201-6 or other request.


ACSR : GB/T 1179-2008,  IEC 61089,  DIN48204,  ASTM B232,  BS215 PART 2or other request.



4.Application: These cables most widely used aerial line in aerial electric transmission lines and main product to form a power grid.

Aerial Insulated Cable


1. Material: Aluminium, copper


3. Rated Voltage: 0./1 kV, 10kV, 35kV. 

4. No. of cores: 1, 2, 3, 4, 3+k(A), 3+k(B). 

5. Standard:   GB/T12527  GB/T14049 or other.


6. Insulation: PVC, PE, xlpe


7. Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE


8. Application: applying in cable fixed aerial laying or used as wire leading into user's premises.


9. Nominal cross section area: from 10 mm2 to 710mm2.

Control Cable


1.Material: Cooper 


2.Rated voltage: 300/500V, 450/750V, 0.6/1 kV. 


3.No. Of cores :  2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19, 24, 27, 30, 37, 44, 48, 52, 61


4.Standard:   GB/T9330, IEC or customers' requirement.


5.Insulation: PVC, XLPE, PE 


6.Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE


7.Armor: Steel wire, Steel tape


8.Application: Suitable for chambers, tunnels and ducts, light-current control system and heavy-current magnetic interference region etc.


9.Nominal cross section area: 0.5~10mm²

PVC Insulated Electric Wires & Cables


1.Material: Annealed copper wires, bunched(class 5); Solid copper wire(class


2.Rated voltage: 300/500v and 450/750v    


3.Wire identification: Red, yellow, blue, white, black


4.No. Of cores : single core, 2 cores,3 cores,4 cores, 5 cores


5.Standard: IEC 60227 or according to customers' requirement.


6.Insulation / Sheath : PVC   


7.Application: Fixed wiring, house wire, building etc.


8.Nominal cross section area: from 0.25 to 240.

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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:Can I make my own power cable for speakers?
Since you give such scant information the only answer I can give you is maybe. The biggest drawback I can see is the voltage/power issue. USB specs say that you can draw 500 milliamps at 5 volts so if your speakers run at 5 volts and don't draw more than 500 mA then yes you can. If your speakers use a different voltage or have higher current requirements then no. (what is up with the 12V DC 0.5A wall adapter? You don't identify what that is ... is that what you use to power the speakers? If so, then you can't power the speakers with USB.)
Q:I don't have any IDE power cable in the computer, just sata.?
properly it relies upon. probable you could, yet you're able to desire to comprehend: a million. ATA previous (i.e. PATA) with the varied pins OR 2. SATA, little plugs one for capacity one for information. what's your motherboard take? you're able to desire to comprehend what your pc force is (from above) and then additionally what your motherboard will take. i.e. SATA does not slot in PATA or vice versa. So: in case you have properly matched plugs definite you could positioned it on your pc. it rather is going to likely be a royal soreness getting an enclosure to get it to slot on your laptop. Why can no longer you employ an exterior USB, believe me it would be a ton much less difficult. So the guy who mentioned you're able to desire to no longer is faulty, however the greater surprising answer is you might in case you have properly matched plugs for the suggestions.
Q:New Build PC. Turns off after 2 seconds when power turn on.?
You might want to look at Asus website under CPU support..the 750 shows 2 different bios up dates with a URL to go to for more Info. If that's all right..try the ram...(if its dual channel) take out one stick at a time see if you have a bad stick...if you only have one 2GB it may be bad...Go to BIOS and set to safe default then try it
Q:Is it safe to plug in desktop PC power cables without an adapter?
It all comes down to the amount of output that the pc is set to take. I would think that you would be fine without the adapter, assuming it already works. If you do decide to do this make sure you set up a surge protector, dont just plug it into the wall. A power surge could fry the internals and brick the pc.
Q:acer aspire 5520g flashing lights, goes to battery power when power cable is plugged in?
You can't just glue it back on, it needs to be resoldered or replaced. That flashing you see when pressing the power button is telling you that the battery has not enough power to boot the computer. It clearly isn't interfacing with the power adapter since the electrical connection is broken.
Q:Graphics cards? Will it matter how much power it uses if it has a power cord/plug thing?
It will be pci-e power connector(6or8pin) and should be connected, depend on the card as to how much power it requires, google your card numbers tdp it will tell you the max wattage of the card, best to have a supply with 250w + the cards wattage at least
Q:Where Can I Purchase Graphic Card Power Cable?
should have come with a power cable. sometimes these are hidden in a compartment inside the box. take all the inner cardboard out. It would be pretty unusual for one of these cards to ship without the cable.
Q:Should Ferrite Core be tight on the power cable?
It doesn't make any difference, they are just as effective if they are loose. Actually the bigger ones should be more effective at filtering because there is more ferrite material in them.
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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