Instrumentation and Signal Control Cable 300/500V, 450/750V

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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


Twisted Pair 1~50 pairs or Triple 1~20

Range of Nominal cross section:

0.50 mm2 ~2.5 mm2


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


IEC60092, BS5308, TICW6-2009


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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Q:If a DC electrical wire is store-bought, how can someone change its positive to negative when it's installed?
I assume your chandeliers are hanging from the ceiling, attached to an octagonal metal electrical box in the ceiling itself. The wiring coming into that box from your circuit breaker box should contain three wires: a black one, which is hot, a white one, which is neutral, and a bare copper wire, which is ground, and attached to the box with a screw. The metal cap on the chandelier that goes over the electrical box will connect to ground by means of its own screws, as will all other metal parts (the chain, the bulb sockets). Two wires will come from the chandelier itself to connect to the black and white wires in the box. If the chandelier has been rewired properly, one of these wires would connect to the bases of all the bulb sockets. The other wire would connect to the threaded part of all the bulb sockets. This is called a parallel connection, putting all the bulb sockets at the same voltage as the line (110V). It really doesn't matter whether the wiring to the socket bases is all ribbed or not, as long as the connections were made correctly. The wiring used is probably standard two-conductor lamp cord, where one conductor is ribbed and one isn't, but this is mainly to keep track of the circuit. A good electrician would, after pulling the two wires apart, use all-ribbed wire for, say, the lamp socket bases, and all non-ribbed wire for the lamp socket thread connections, but this isn't really necessary. All this wiring is AC, not DC wiring, by the way.
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The adapters are called cord caps. These are standard in North America. When you open the cap and access the connection points there are 3 screws. Green is the ground or bare wire, the white goes to the silver screw, the black to the brass colored screw. Follow that color sequence and you should have no problems. This applies only if the pump is 120 volt. If it is a well supply pump it may be 240 volt and you need special cord caps and then only the ground is critical. Since you are in doubt about the electrical work, contact a qualified professional electrician in your area to do the work if you still have problems.
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Q:How do I find the right size wire nut for joining electrical wire together?
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The smaller the diameter of the wire, the higher it's resistance will be - it's the resistance to current flow that creates heat - as well as the amount of current flow. But batteries have their own internal resistance - a large current flow out of a small battery will mostly heat the battery. If you can use resistance wire (specially made to have resistance - get some out of an old toaster, or a power resistor, or light bulb filament), that would help. If not, use the smallest diameter of steel wire you can get. You could avoid the batteries internal resistance problem by using the battery to charge a capacitor , with a resistor in circuit so that the battery voltage stays high (internal resistance is why battery voltage falls off under load). once cap is charged, It can rapidly discharge the current all at once. Use a large capacitor with a voltage rating not too much greater than 9volt. Keeping the heat concentrated will be important. maybe have your wire and fishing line on top of one brick, and cover it with another. Prewarm the bricks as much as you're allowed (light bulb?)
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The water pipe is more expensive than the drain pipe, and all the PE is higher than the cable
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electrical diagnosis is very expensive to have them check things over. your better off just having the wiring harness replaced. replacing it will probably be cheaper than checking every single connection. if there are no problems, then why have everything checked?
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Chances are, its something electrical burning.

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