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High Quality 0.6/1KV Copper XLPE Power Cable

High Quality 0.6/1KV Copper XLPE Power Cable

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0.6/1KV Copper XLPE Power Cable


High Quality 0.6/1KV Copper XLPE Power Cable

Manufacturing Standards

GB/T 12706-2008, IEC 60502-1

Operating Characteristics

Rated voltage: 0.6/1(1.2)kV;

Max. permissible continuous operating temperature of conductor: 90 °C;

Max. temperature of conductor during short-circuit (5s max. duration) shall not exceed: 250 °C;

The ambient temperature under installation should not be lower than: 0 °C.

The bending radius of cable is recommended as following:

For single core cable: not less than 20 times of the diameter of cable;

For multi-core cable: not less than 15 times of the diameter of cable.

Application

The cable is used for fixed installations such as electric power distribution networks or industrial installations, which is laid indoors, in tunnel, in cable trench or in conduit, unable to bear external mechanical force.

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Q:And would this increase my reception
why do u ask? plan to start a convoy?
Q:What is the difference between VV22 and VV62?
Copper core conductor PVC insulated PVC sheathed double steel tape wrapped armored type power cable copper conductor PVC insulated PVC sheathed non-magnetic metal armored power cable difference is the type of armor material
Q:There are a few thin cables running from the power button on your computer onto the motherboard. What are these cables called?
Go to pc repair shop. And ash them.
Q:I'm gonna build a pc, the graphics card is an XFX Radeon 6970 and the power supply is a cooler master 750w. Im new to this and I dont want to buy a cable online and have it be the wrong one
If you are asking this, don't build a pc, keep learning on google and youtube. You dont need a special cable, it comes with the power supple, and the cables are for extra power for the graphics chip (pci express slot cannot supply enough power so it needs those cables to supplement it)
Q:I'm building another computer to give to someone, i have all the parts and when it got down to installing the CD drive and the Hard drive i plugged the sata cables into the motherboard but when i looked to install them to the power supply mine did not have any of those cables. I had spare cables from my other power supply but they require you to plug them into the power supply but since the other power supply is older it doesn't work. I was wondering if i could get cables that plug into the extra connectors then to the CD drive/ Hard drive instead of plugging them into the power supply then the CD drive/ Hard drive.
There's 2 types of power connectors, old style 4-pin Molex and Sata power. Adapters are pretty cheap, just check Monoprice.
Q:So, I built my first computer 6 months ago, only to have the power supply fail, and maybe fry the CPU or the motherboard (hope not), and I ordered the XFX 550W from newegg. Now I built the computer, but this is actually going to be the first time I'm taking out the cables of the power supply to the motherboard, and it looks like it's quite tightly in there, do I just take it out by force? I don't want to exert too much pressure because I'm a pussy and I don't want to ruin it haha.
The HDD power cable has no clips, the SATA cable usually does though. The ATX power cable especially (20/24pin) will give quite a lot of resistance, just make sure to keep pushing the clip down while pulling up equally, meanwhile, keep an eye on the motherboard, it'll flex and bend as you pull it up, but yes, you will have to pull quite hard to get things out, harder than you would normally think, I was the same as you, I keep thinking if I pull/push too hard or force things they'll break, but components are far more robust and resistant than you think.
Q:I disconect them and now, i don't know how to put them back like they supposed to. Can someone please tell me how to do this? please!!This is some of the information that i got from my PC.OS NameMicrosoft Windows XP ProfessionalVersion5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600OS ManufacturerMicrosoft CorporationSystem NameMY-DBVYSKQ1KC1OSystem ManufacturerVIA Technologies, Inc.System ModelKM266-8235System TypeX86-based PCProcessorx86 Family 6 Model 6 Stepping 2 AuthenticAMD ~1396 MhzBIOS Version/DatePhoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG, 11/7/2002SMBIOS Version2.2Windows DirectoryC:#92;WINDOWSSystem DirectoryC:#92;WINDOWS#92;system32Boot Device#92;Device#92;HarddiskVolume1LocaleUnited StatesHardware Abstraction LayerVersion = quot;5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)quot;User NameMY-DBVYSKQ1KC1O#92;myTime ZoneEastern Standard TimeTotal Physical Memory512.00 MBAvailable Physical Memory79.05 MBTotal Virtual Memory2.00 GBAvailable Virtual Memory1.96 GBPage File Space817.16 MBPage FileC:#92;pagefile.sys
If your talking about the power cables from the power supply to the motherboard those are fairly straight forward. It is a 20 or, 24 pin connector. Usually along the edge opposite the external connections for the motherboard. Although, the placement really depends on the manufacturer and, could even be near the middle of the board. They are keyed and, you can not plug them in incorrectly. As long as you don't force them into the slot. If your speaking of the wires from the case to the motherboard that is a little more difficult. P3 and, P4 motherboards usually have a keyed connection that simply plugs in. Other boards have markings on each of the wires corresponding with it's connection. The one thing that is the same for every board is that the two black wires must be side by side. If you've never done it before you should have labeled each wire and, made a diagram of their placement. Your best hope short of taking your computer to the local shop is to try and, find diagrams for both your motherboard and, the case.
Q:HiI'm organizing my cords at the moment, but I'm curious, is it safe to use power cords (say a phone charger) when it is still wound up in a coil? It would save a lot of cord clutter, but are there any drawbacks, as in it would start a fire? Thanks
there is no danger coiling cords.dont fold the cord or you could break the wire
Q:I am missing pin 20 for my ATX motherboard power connector (which is normal). But I am also missing pinouts and a few wires from other connectors like PCI-e, Peripheral connectors, and even SATA connectors. But here is the thing, all the missing pinouts go INTO the POWER SUPPLY? So are all these intentional, or is it a flaw? Thanks!
It is very common for some pins in a standard connector to be unused on certain devices, especially power connections, because there are always redundant pins to the same power connection.
Q:I have been doing research online and have found replacement power cables from Kimber, Nordost, PS Audio, Cardas, Monster and Audioquest. While Kimber did win an award in Audiophile magazine, the write up for PS Audio's SC statement cable appears to be very good as well. Nordost makes a great product too, but have read some complaints that it actually cheats the bass. So I am basically looking to see if anyone owns any of the replacement cables from these companies or what they could recommend as a good replacement power cord.
This question does not make sense. Power cord for what equipment? Most audio and video equipment comes with the power cord attached or uses a standard 3 prong 110v power cable that you see on computers. A power cord should not affect quality. To improve quality, you should have a power conditioner or line conditioner to clean the power going to your equipment. Please elaborate on what you are trying to do.

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