Insulated aerial cable with rated voltage up to 35kV

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The product is made  up of the compacted copper, aluminium(aluminum alloy) conductor,inner shield,  climate-resistant insulation material and outer shield.It has simple structure  and reliable. It has both excellent peoperties of the power cable and good  physical peoperties of the aerial cable. By using the climate-resistant  insulation material, the product has the excelent properties of resistance to  air aging. Compare with the bare wire, it has the good characteristics such as  smaller laying distance, higher reliability. It is suitable for using in the  bulidings, brushhland and bad weather zone.


1)       There are three rated  voltage:1kV10kV35kV

2)       Allowed long-term working temperature: PE  insulation--70, PVC insulation--70, XLPE insulation--90.

3)       When short-circuit(the longest time is not  more than5 second),the highest temperature: PE insulation--130, PVC insulation--160, XLPE insulation--250.

4)       The enviroment temperature for laying  should be not lower than -20.

5)       The working enviroment temperature is  from-40to +40, the relative humidity should be not more than 90% in rainy  season.

6)       Permitted bending  radius

Cable with rated voltage 1kV and below: outer diameter of the cable  D25mm,bending  radius should be not less than 4D.The outer diamter of cable D>25mm, bending  radius should be not less than 6D.

Cable with rated voltage 10kV, 35kV: single core cable:  20x(D+d)±5%

                                                            Mutiple  core cable: 15x(D+d)±5%

In which: D-the actual outer diameter of the cable,mm

               d-the actual  outer diameter of the cable conductor,mm

7) Derivative  products

  a. Aluminium-alloy aerial insulated  cable        b. Parallel bunding aerial  cable

  c. Water-blocking aerial cable                        d. Water-blocking  bundling aerial cable

  e. Non-standard insulated aerial  cable

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They should. I mean it would be dumb if they did not. But radio shacks or office depot type places. Like electronic stores or office stores. Online would be the best place. Just type the type of power cord your looking for on OKorder and I know for a fact you will find one. Good luck
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What is your question? Does such a cable exist? Probably but you'll have to be more specific. High efficiency = low loss or low resistance per foot? Double shielded = is the shielding (in dB) critical? Transmission = What frequency, 60 Hz, 1 MHz, 100 MHz, ? Power = Watts, KW, MW Is weight or cost important?
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All of those power cables are connected together in the power supply anyway, and neither a fan or hdd uses much power relative to what the wire can carry. I've always paid more attention to a neat physical layout for good airflow and never had a problem with what was on the same power lead as what. The hard drive should have it's own EMI filtering in it, and a brushless fan doesn't generate noise like a regular dc motor.
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nope, gives you better current and better connection. think of a taking straw you use for stirring Coffee compared to one of those jumbo straws. Youll get alot more liquid through the jumbo straw. So basically with thicker wiring the power is already there when it needs it instead of sucking it from the alternator.
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