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Cross-linking cables is a new type power cable. XLPE insulation are solid,

it is formed by polyethylene extrusion processing, cross-linked through chemical or physical

methods. XLPE insulation has excellent

electrical properties, high insulation resistance, dielectric constant and low

dielectric loss tangent tangent value and high breakdown strength.
However, polyethylene is thermoplastic materials, which are hot plasticity,

when the cable pass high current at fault, the insulation will be deformities;

this is due to the molecular structure of polyethylene. The molecular

TR-U Series photoelectric conversion transceivers for infrastructure users such as telecom operators, broadband intelligent building and intelligent community broadband users to adapt to the construction of BMAN and the development of broadband subscriber network, in order to achieve the interconversion between transmission signal on the UTP and the optical signal transmitted on the optical fiber.

TR-S-SNMP220 series is 16 slots 2U rack with standard network management functions of the photoelectric conversion transceiver equipment. The rack has 16 slots available to transceiver chip. Each one is an independent film for the photoelectric conversion Ethernet transceiver.

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There are many different areas of specialization in electrical engineering.
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