Cables for Solar Energy Lighting Powerss

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It is suitable for the safety grade II category, max. permissible rated voltage 1.8kV (core to core, non-earthing systems), D.C voltage, D.C side application in PV systems and applied in A.C voltage systems at power frequency rated voltage up to and include 0.6/1 kV in PV systems as well. Convert solar energy into electricity directly in PV systems.
The cable could anti-ultra-violet, temperature resistance and could be applied to the individual connection for solar energy storage batteries as well. The cables could be used outside duo to the better performance of climate resistance but could not be installed under ground and in water.
DC side: the portion between lighting battery and D.C terminal of lighting current converter in lighting devices.
PV System: Lighting System(solar energy system)


Executive Standards

Enterprise standard 


Application characteristics

  1. Rated voltage:D.C system:DC 1.8kV
    A.C system Uo/U: AC 0.6/1 kV

  2. 2. Max. permissible operating temperature of cable conductor: movable 90℃; fixed installation: 120℃

  3. 3. Min. permissible operating ambient temperature of cable:-40℃

  4. 4. Cable bending radius not less than 6 D


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LSOH flame-retardant cross-linked PO insulated and sheathed PV-lighting components flexible cable at rated D.C voltage 1.8kV.




The LSOH flame-retardant cross-linked PO insulated and sheathed solar energy lighting power generation flexible cable at rated A.C voltage 0.6/1kV



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