Control Cable 300/500V, 450/750V in Good Quality

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1. Product Description

Copper Conductor, XLPE Insulated, Braiding Shielded, PVC Sheathed Flexible Control Cable 

GB9330-1988,IEC,DIN,BS,450/750V AC

2.450/750V Copper Coductor PVC Insulated and sheathed Flexible Control Cable
Detailed Product Description

3. The control cable can be produced according to the standard GB9330-1988, IEC, DIN, BS, and the factory can also manufacture the cables in accordance with other standards.

4.The control cable are suitable for the wiring of electrical controlling equipments and instrument, monitoring and controlling return circuit, electrical protection and measurement in power distribution unit under the circumstance that the rated voltage is up to 450/750V AC.

2. Product Characteristic

Maximum operation voltage: 600 V.

 2, Maximum operation temperature in the conductor: 

90°C In a dry environment.
75°C in a wet environment.

3. Soft drawn concentric lay stranded copper conductor class B (7 wires).

4 Manufactured in sizes from 0,823 5 to 5,26 mm2 (18 to 10 AWG).

5, No-flame propagation characteristics

3. Product Specification

Voltage  Rate

300/500V, 450/750V

Cores

Twisted Pair 1~50 pairs or Triple 1~20

Range of Nominal cross   section:

0.50 mm2 ~2.5 mm2

Application

It is applicable to inspection instruments connection   and the signal transmission of electronic computer system, monitoring loop,   automatic control system.

Standard

IEC60092, BS5308, TICW6-2009

Constructions

Conductor:   Class 1/2 annealed bare copper solid or strands or Class 5 fine annealed   copper wire

Insulation: PVC,   XLPE, PE

Sheath:   PVC

Max. Operating Temperature

70℃, can be 90℃ as per requirement




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Control Cable 300/500V, 450/750V in Good Quality

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