Circular Cables PVC 600/1000V 4C+E Copper /Orange cable as per AS/NZS 5000.1

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Circular Cables PVC 600/1000V 4C+E as per  AS/NZS 5000.1


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 ~ 240 mm2

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

  • sheath: PVC, 5V-90. Orange

  • Environmental performance: Normal operating temp. 75℃

  • Standards compliance: AS/NZS 5000.1

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