ZHONGMEI Rubber insulated flexible cable YCW 450/750V 3X35+1X16

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Product Description:

1. Standard complied with:GB5023-1997 and with AC rated voltages of Uo / U 450/750V;


2. Service performance

   (1)Operating temperature:The long-term allowed working temperature of the cable should not exceed 65 ℃.

Experimental conditions

Unit

Rated Voltage

450/750

Length of the sample

m

Full volume

Temperature

Room temperature

Experimental voltage

v

2500

Voltage regulation time

min

5



3. Description of the rubber-sheathed cable:

Type

Description

Use

YCYCW

Heavy rubber-sheathed flexible cable

For a variety of mobile electrical equipment and tools



4. Production scope:

Type

Rated voltage

Number of cores

Conductor nominal cross-section

YC YCW

450/750

1

1.5-400

2

1.5-95

34

1.5-105

5

1.5-25



5. General rubber sheathed flexible cable long-term allowed current carrying capacity
   Working temperature of conducting wire: 65 ℃, ambient temperature: 25

Cross section of the conducting wire

Air laying long-term allowed current carrying capacity

YQYQW

YZYZW

YCYCW

2 cores

3 cores

2 cores

3 cores

4 cores

1 cores

2 cores

3 cores

4 cores

0.3

7

6

0.5

11

9

12

10

9

0.75

14

12

14

12

11

1

17

14

13

1.5

21

18

18

2

26

22

22

2.5

30

25

25

37

30

26

27

4

41

35

36

47

39

34

34

6

53

45

45

52

51

43

44

10

75

74

63

63

16

112

98

84

84

25

148

135

115

116

35

183

167

142

143

50

226

208

176

177

70

289

259

224

224

95

353

318

273

273

120

415

371

316

316

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