Rubber Insulated Ship Power Cable power transmission

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It  is suitable for power transmission in the water architecture such as  all kinds of river or sea ship and sea petroleum platform.


The  DC resistance of the fifth-class tinned flexible cord conductor shall  be in accordance with the requirements stipulated in GB/T 3956.2Burning  test: it shall meet the single vertical burning test stipulated in  JB/T18380.1; the uncarbonized part shall not be less than 50mm in  length.3Oil-immersed test: after being immersed in the oil solution at 100  for 24h, its tensile strength variation shall not be more than 40%, and  the variation of its elongation at break shall not be more than 40%.4Water-immersed  capacity test: after the test, compared to the capacity on the first  day, the increase percentage of the capacity on the fourteenth day shall  not be more than 15%; compared to the capacity on the seventh day, the  increase percentage of the capacity on the fourteenth day shall not be  more than 5%.CharacteristicsEP-rubber  insulated power cable has excellent property of electricity,  heat-resistance and waterproof; flame-retardant, good  buckling-resistance; its main characteristics are its performances of  oil resistance, salt resistance and water proof as well as excellent  anti-electromagnetic interfere and tensile resistance.        



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Q:Can I use left over/excess power cable as ground cable?
yes cable is cable just make sure u remember that that one is u don't mix them up.
Q:Are two 4 gauge cables the same as one 2 gauge cable?
Running 2 seperate power cables is fine. In theory the current will split and each cable will carry the same amount of current. In reality, it will not be exact but it will be so friggin close that it doesn't matter!!! Yes you can run multiple cables, but two lengths of 4ga is going to cost you more than one length of 2ga. Unless you already have the stuff laying around, just get the larger cable. Besides, if you run two seperate cables, you will need to use some sort of distribution block to tie the two cables back together at the amp then have a conductor capable of carrying the current to your amp, or all your heavy cable doesn't mean squat. Less money will be spent in the long run by using one larger cable! As for how much current a size cable can carry: 14ga = 15A 12ga = 20A 10ga = 30A 8ga = 80A 6ga = 105A 4ga = 140A 2ga = 190A 1ga = 220A 1/0 = 260A 2/0 = 300A These wire ampacities are according to the NEC (National Electrical Code) and are set for wire to be used in any structure. The wire can actually carry more current than what I have listed, taking consideration that the wire is in an environment that it can be cooled or is in an open-air environment. If you run two 4ga wire to your amp, you have the ability to supply the amp with 280A of current (by multiplying 140 * 2). Do you need larger wire running to your amp? Only if you are having a voltage drop at your amp. The idea is to be able to supply the amp with 12V at its maximum current. If you run too small a wire to the amp, as you crank up the volume the ampacity of the wire will be maxed out and your 12V turns into something like 11,10,9... volts and your amp no longer amplifies your tunes.
Q:LG X120 Netbook won't start up if power cable is not connected?
It sounds like the problem is one of three things. Either the power cable is the wrong voltage/amperage (these should be labeled on both the charger and the bottom of the laptop and/or battery) If the charger specs don't match the battery specs, it can cause this to happen. Maybe there was a mess-up that caused your to receive the wrong charger. The second possibility is that the battery is bad. A third possibility may be the connection from the battery to the laptop. It may not be making a good connection or could have some internal circuit problems. In any case, if the laptop is still under warranty... I would try returning it. Even if the problem can be fixed from the above suggestions, a problem like this early on tends to be bad news of what lies ahead.
Q:Where the computer can be a bare chassis. Which hardware inside the framework
The general process is: program-controlled switches generated by the phone number will generally pass through a card board, and then board through the copper cable to the horizontal module, the horizontal module through the jumper connected to the straight line module; Copper connected to the general distribution frame, which also contains 110 patch panels! This 110 patch panel is very old. Now generally do not have a!
Q:How to determine whether the square of the cable is standard
laying the dark tube should be used when the steel pipe or flame retardant PVC pipe
Q:Hi I hope there is help out there... I have a power cable for a dishwasher from Best Buy not colorcoded.?
stripe to white black to plain wire green to chassis. The white is neutral black is line bare wire is green
Q:Can I use this power cable?
Yes, as long as the connectors on both ends are correct, you will be OK. The 250V 2.5A rating is the maximum for the cord which is beyond what your projector needs.
Q:110 voice patch panel directly to the telephone line can be connected to it
YJ refers to the insulation material for the cross-linked polyethylene, V refers to the inner layer of PVC within the steel sheath armored copper power cable as aluminum core was YJLV22
Q:is it safe to solder a power cable?
safe if you do it correctly but not recommended as there is too much chance for problems that could cause a fire later, if the joint came apart or the tape dried up. .
Q:What is the Best RG59 Cable?
Years ago, Belden made the best RG59, but that may have changed by now. I can't imagine anyone using RG59 any more, unless they are co-phasing mobile CB antennas... or setting up CCTV systems. Cable and satellite TV providers long ago changed to RG56, and then to RG6, because RG59 has excessive losses at some of the frequencies used for these services. As to prices, compare the cost of the same thing from at least five different sources.

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