High Voltage XLPE Insulated Power Cable

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The products are characterized by  high operating temperature, superior transmission capacity, perfect electrical property, easy laying, low fault frequency, convenient maintenance. They are guadully replacing oil filled cables and applied in power station and urban electric networks.  Strandard applied to 110KV XLPE- insulated cables: IEC 60840:1999.

 

Applicable in tunnel or pipeline, not able to withstand traction force and pressue.

 

with prerfect moisture-proof property besides the aboe mentioned.

 

Applicable in unnel or cable though and wet location, with better water-proof property besides the same above mentioned.

 

applicable in humid location and the site of high undergroud water level, able to withstand certaiin pressure besides the above mentioned.

 

lingitudinally water-resistant.

 

 

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Q:can you use power cable as your ground cable on your amp?
Ground Cable
Q:Why does the fuse in my amps power cable keep blowing?
Theres a short either in the power cable or in the amp internally. Make sure theres in no portion of the cable thats rubbed through. Its more than likely a short to ground, or something internal to the amp. Make sure the fuse has the proper amp rating too. good luck
Q:how long will a UPS power a cable modem and router?
There's no way of saying without further information. You need to know the amount of power provided by the UPS battery as well as the power drain by the cable modem and router to calculate this accurately. Generally speaking, a standard household model of cable modem and router do not pull a lot of power. Just ballparking it, since the power drain from both is fairly low...A UPS 750 will probably support the two devices together for about 45 minutes to nearly an hour...assuming NOTHING else is plugged into the UPS and using power from it. Be aware, however, that your local ISP will also be on backup or generator power...during an extended outage from a hurricane or serious snowstorm...sooner or later, they will go down too. .
Q:Home improvement, the wire specifications generally how to choose? Lighting, sockets, air conditioning with a few square lines? Ground specifications can be lighter than the line of fire, zero line?
Dual-screen display expansion, but it is estimated that the graphics card is not too small to see the movie line also play the game at the same time ~!
Q:Can I run my TV power cable through the wall?
No, it is against code. Flexible power cords shall not pass through building materials. You need to install a receptical behind your TV, and have an inlet for your surge protector, wir wire it into your house wiring.
Q:Why is a magnet on a power cable?
It is not actually a magnet.It is ferrite core which helps in limiting the inrush current through the cable.
Q:Only one power cable in computer?
are you sure there's not 1 power cord with six plugs on it? often the power cables will have connectors all the way down them.
Q:When installing an amplifier in your car, can the power cable cause interference with any speaker wires?
I have my power wire and speaker wires touching each other under my carpet. no interference at all. I'll say that it may be possible, I have just never experienced it. So I would say that it won't interfere with your speaker wires. Actually I have my power wire, all speaker wires, and the Remote wire right next to each other. no problems at all.
Q:What power cable do i need for this?
You need a power brick. The label on the monitor should indicate the voltage and current that brick supply needs to be. More than likely will be 12 to 15V, 3 to 5 amps,
Q:Another video card and power supply cabling question?
Okay, right off the bat I see a problem with that power supply. Aside from not having a pci-e connection it states it doesn't work with SLI or Crossfire (i.e. Nvidia or ATI). Since you're wanting to get a GeForce card, which works with a mobo with an Nvidia chipset, you'd need a more up-to-date power supply. Second - that card uses 18 amps on the 12-volt rail, and according to the specs on that power supply it runs up to 16 or 17 amps, so the power supply you're looking at isn't powerful enough to support the card. My advice - first make sure your mobo has an Nvidia Chipset. Second, spend a bit more and get a better power supply, and check the voltage - you need at least 18 amps on the 12-volt for that card.

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