solar pv cable 4mm2 0.6/1kv low smoke zero halogen flame retardant pv cable

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solar pv cable 4mm2 0.6/1kv low smoke  zero halogen flame retardant pv cable

 

Photovoltaic Cable

 

Introduction of product

 

Our company produces Photovoltaic Cable which is used in advanced radiation cross-linking technology and used low smoke zero halogen flame retardant material produced wires. It has advantages of high temperature resistant, anti oxygen pumping, uv resistance, resistance to water vapor, antimicrobial, short cutting ability, long service life, wear-resisting, oil, anti-corrosion, high tensile resistance, etc.

 

Executive standard

 

The product is according to the standard of TüV 2PfG 1169/08.07.

 

Application

 

The product is suitable for use in extreme weather conditions, indoors and outdoors solar photovoltaic system circuit connection.

 

Operating characteristics

 

U0/U

 

U0/U  0.6/1kV

Operating temperature

 

Max. operating temperature of conductor: 120, Operating ambient temperature: -40℃~90.

 

Type name

 

Type

Name

PV1F

Low smoke zero halogen radiation XLPO insulation low smoke zero halogen radiation XLPO sheath pv cable

 

 

Specification of cable

 

Type

Nom. Cross-Section /mm2

NO.of cores

PV1-F

1.5

1

PV1-F

2.5

1

PV1-F

4

1

PV1-F

6

1

PV1-F

10

1

PV1-F

16

1

PV1-F

25

1

PV1-F

35

1

 

 

 

1.sheath 

2.Conductor

3.Insulation

 

 

 

Structure data of cable

 

Nom. Cross-Section of conductor/mm2

Conductor structure/piece/mm

Conductor diameter/mm

Product diameter/mm

Max direct resistance

(20Ω/km

Referencen weight kg/km

1.5

30/0.25

1.58

5.08

13.7

33.4

2.5

50/0.25

2.04

5.54

8.21

46.2

4

56/0.30

2.59

6.19

5.09

65.8

6

84/0.30

3.4

7.00

3.39

92.4

10

84/0.40

4.5

8.90

1.95

157.4

16

126/0.40

5.55

10.35

1.24

225.8

25

196/0.40

6.92

11.92

0.795

329.4

35

276/0.40

8.7

13.9

0.565

445.1

 

 

 

 

 

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