SDI CABLES XLPE 600/1000V Single Core Copper per AS/NZS 5000.1

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SDI cable for Australia market 600/1000V to AS/NZS 5000.1


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For mains, submains and subcircuits unenclosed, enclosed in conduit, buried direct or in underground ducts for buildings and industrial plants where not subject to mechanical damage. Suitable where space is at premium and/or where conditions of overload may occur. Suitable for glanding.


  • Rated voltage: 600/1000V

  • Conductor: Copper 16~630 mm2

  • Insulation: XLPE, X-90. Natural

  • sheath: PVC, 5V-90. Black

  • Environmental performance: Normal operating temp. 90℃

  • Standards compliance: AS/NZS 5000.1

  • OEM can be available

  • Remark: Flame retardant or fire resistance or Low Smoking and Halogen free or other property can be available


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DO NOT TAPE IT you need to to shut the power off to that circuit before you attempt anything.Go to your breaker box and shut the fuse to that circuit off. Then because it is outside you now have a real problem as if the cable has cut through the inner cables they could be touching and then when the power is turned on it could cause damage or even start a fire. I would advice an electrician to do the work as it is outdoor and must be done perfect,as any slip ups here could invalidate your insurance if your house was to catch fire due to the cable being damaged then the insurance wont pay. But if you really insist on doing it your self then who am I to say no.So I would dig a square patch of around the cable then cut the cable were the damage has been caused.Buy your self a waterproof junction box (Must be submersible junction or it can be called IP68).Then put that into the ground and connect your cables into the junction and use a connector block to join the two cables together.Then job done.
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go to auto zone web site they have a lot of self help manuals for free.
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the internet cannot travel through the same wires as electricity. they travel through different wires that should not be run side by side or the electromagnetic field from the power will screw up the internet signal. internet signals travel in either a coaxial cable or a phone cable. do not attempt to plug either a phone cable or a coaxial cable into a power outlet. it will not work.
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