Circular Cables PVC 600/1000V 2C+E Copper /Orange cable as per AS/NZS 5000.1

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Circular Cables PVC 600/1000V 2C+E Copper /Orange cable as per  AS/NZS 5000.1


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For mians, submains and subcircuits unenclosed, enclosed in conduit, buried direct or in underground ducts for building and industrial plants where not subject to mechanical damage. Suitable for glanding.


  • Rated voltage: 600/1000V

  • Conductor: Copper 1.5 ~ 95 mm2

  • Insulation: PVC, V-90. Red, Black & Green / Yellow

  • sheath: PVC, 5V-90. Orange

  • Environmental performance: Normal operating temp. 75℃

  • Standards compliance: AS/NZS 5000.1



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