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CABLES

Cable Test

Cable Diameter

Rating Factor For Soil

Rating Factor For Cable

Current rating

Voltage Drop
Definition

Cable standard

Diagram

Abbreviation

Designation

Armouring

Power and Control Cables

Instrumentation Cable

Telecommunication Cable

Fibre Optic Cable


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CABLE
Definition:-
1. A conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power.
2. A cable is two or more wire bound together which may be bare or covered or insulated.

BASED ON CONSTRUCTION:
1. coaxial cable
2. twinax cable
3. twisted pair cable
4. fiber optic cable
5. power cable
6. insulated cable
7. shielded cable
8. extension cable
9. Submarine communications cable

BASED ON VOLTAGE:
1.Low Tension (L.T) cables - up to 1000V
2.High Tension (H.T) cables- up to 11000V or 11KV
3.Super Tension (S.T) cables - up to 33000v or 33KV
4.Extra High Tension (E.H.T) cables - from 33KV TO 66KV
5.Extra Super Tension power cables - beyond 66KV

Insulating materials:
a. Oil-impregnated paper
b. Vulcanized India rubber(V.I.R)
c. Polyvinyl chloride(P.V.C)
e. Cross-linked polythene(XLPE)
f. polyethylene(PE)
G.EPR insulation

Based On Conductor:
1. Copper conductor
2. Aluminium conductor

Cores of Conductors:
A cable may have one or more than one core depending upon the type of service for which it is
intended. The conductors are made of tinned copper or aluminum and are usually stranded in order t
flexibility to the cable.

Insulation:
Each core or conductor is provided with a suitable thickness of insulation, the thickness of layer depe
the voltage to be withstood by the cable. The commonly used materials for insulation are impregnate
The insulation of wiring cables until recently was almost exclusively PVC. However significant quantit
varnished cambric or rubber mineral compound.
surface & fume (LSF) materials are now being employed. Other exceptions are that ethylene-propyle
(EPR) & silicone rubber
(SR) are used for cables installed in very heat pr very cold situations where the temperature is out sid
of PVC.
PVC insulation is usually of general-purpose type compounded to have a higher tensile strength, bett
to deformation and better electrical properties than the sheath.

Inner sheath:
In order to protect the cable from moisture, gasses or other damaging liquids (acids or alkalis) in the
atmosphere, a metallic or PVC sheath is used.

Bedding:

Over the metallic sheath is applied a layer of bedding, which consists of a fibrous material like just, o
tape. The purpose of bedding is to protect the metallic sheath against corrosion and from mechanica
to armouring

Armouring:

Over the bedding or inner sheathing armouring is provided which consists of layers and Galvanized s
steel tape. Its purpose is to protect the cable from mechanical injury while laying it and during the co
handling. Armouring may not be done in the some cables.

Serving / Outer sheath:


It may not be out of place to mention here that bedding, armouring and serving is only applied to the
the protection of conductor insulation and to protect the metallic sheath from mechanical injury.
In order to protect armouring from atmospheric conditions, a layer of fibrous material or PVC type is p
the armouring. This is known as serving.
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STANDARD
BS
DIN
IEC
IEE
VDE
STANDARD NUMBER
BS 1231/63
BS 1441/69
BS 1442/69
BS 1557/54
BS 1843/52
BS 1862/59
BS 2004/61
BS 2008/53
BS 2791/66
BS 2899/P2/61
BS 3207/P1/60
BS 3249/60
BS 3346/61
BS 3360/61
BS 3361/61
BS 3454/62
BS 446/32
BS 480 PART1/54
BS 480 PART2/54
BS 480/P1/54
BS 480/P2/54
BS 6007/69
BS 608/56
BS 760/56
BS 883/49
BS 91/54
BS 937/58
BS 946/52
BS 977/41
VDE 0278 PART 1/91
VDE 0278 PART 2/91
VDE 0278 PART 3/91
DIN 207 TEIL 23/86
DIN 207 TEIL 24/86
DIN 207 TEIL 3/85
DIN 207 TEIL 4/86
DIN 207 TEIL 5/86
DIN 207/86
DIN VDE 0245 PART101 -- 202
DIN 250 TEIL 105/86
DIN 250 TEIL 209/85
DIN 250 TEIL 210/85
DIN 250 TEIL 211/86
DIN 250 TEIL 213/86
DIN 250 TEIL 501/85
DIN 250 TEIL 502/85
DIN 250 TEIL 602/85
DIN 250 TEIL 603/85
DIN 250 TEIL 802/85
DIN 250 TEIL 803/86
DIN 250 TEIL 806/85
DIN 250 TEIL 809/85
DIN 250 TEIL 811/85
DIN 250 TEIL 812/85
DIN 250 TEIL 813/85
DIN 250 TEIL 814/85
DIN 250 TEIL 815/85
DIN 250 TEIL 818/85
DIN VDE 0250 PART1 TO 819
DIN VDE 0253
DIN VDE 0262
DIN VDE 0265
DIN 266/85
DIN 271/86
DIN 281 TEIL 1/85
DIN 281 TEIL 101/85
DIN 281 TEIL 301/85
DIN 281 TEIL 302/85
DIN 281 TEIL 401/85
DIN 281 TEIL 402/85
DIN 281/85
DIN 282 TEIL 1/85
DIN 282 TEIL 601/85
DIN 282 TEIL 801/85
DIN 282 TEIL 804/85
DIN 282 TEIL 810/85
DIN 282 TEIL 817/85
DIN 284/85
DIN 295
DIN 472 TEIL 14/85
DIN 472 TEIL 211/85
DIN 472 TEIL 212/86
DIN 472 TEIL 212/86
DIN 472 TEIL 221/85
DIN 472 TEIL 222/86
DIN 472 TEIL 231/85
DIN 472 TEIL 232/85
DIN 472 TEIL 233/85
DIN 472 TEIL 251/85
DIN 472 TEIL 252/85
DIN 472 TEIL 253/85
DIN 472 TEIL 254/85
DIN 472 TEIL 503/85
DIN 472 TEIL 508/86
DIN 472 TEIL 509/86
DIN 472 TEIL 511/85
DIN 472 TEIL 512/85
DIN 472 TEIL 514/85
DIN 472 TEIL 515/85
DIN 472 TEIL 516/85
DIN 472 TEIL 517/85
DIN 472 TEIL 604/85
DIN 472 TEIL 605/85
DIN 472 TEIL 608/85
DIN 472 TEIL 609/85
DIN 472 TEIL 610/85
DIN 472 TEIL 611/85
DIN 472 TEIL 613/85
DIN 472 TEIL 614/85
DIN 472 TEIL 617/85
DIN 472 TEIL 628/85
DIN 472 TEIL 629/85
DIN 472 TEIL 702/85
DIN 472 TEIL 801/86
DIN 472 TEIL 802/86
DIN 472 TEIL 803/86
DIN 472 TEIL 807/85
DIN 472 TEIL 810/85
DIN 472/85
DIN 477 TEIL 251/85
DIN 57250 TEIL102/83
DIN 57250 TEIL105/83
DIN 57250 TEIL203/84
DIN 57250 TEIL204/83
DIN 57250 TEIL205/83
DIN 57250 TEIL206/83
DIN 57250 TEIL604/83
DIN 57278 TEIL 2/84
DIN 57278 TEIL 4/84
DIN 57293/83
DIN 57298 TEIL 3/83
DIN 57472 TEIL303/83
DIN 57472 TEIL401/84
DIN 57472 TEIL402/84
DIN 57472 TEIL501/83
DIN 57472 TEIL505/83
DIN 57472 TEIL507/83
DIN 57472 TEIL510/84
DIN 57472 TEIL601/83
DIN 57472 TEIL602/83
DIN 57472 TEIL603/83
DIN 57472 TEIL606/83
DIN 57472 TEIL607/83
DIN 57472 TEIL612/83
DIN 57472 TEIL615/84
DIN 57472 TEIL616/84
DIN 57472 TEIL704/84
DIN 57472 TEIL804/83
DIN 57472 TEIL808/84
DIN 57472 TEIL809/84
DIN 57472 TEIL812/84
DIN 57472 TEIL813/83
DIN 57472 TEIL814/83
DIN 57887 TEIL3/84
DIN 815/85
DIN 887 TEIL 2/86
DIN 891 TEIL 5/85
DIN 89158/75
IEC 141-2/63
IEC 141-3/63
IEC 173/64
IEC 183/84
IEC 189-2/81
IEC 189-3/88
IEC 189-5/80
IEC 189-6/82
IEC 227/67
IEC 227-1/79
IEC 227-2/79
IEC 227-3/79
IEC 227-4/77
IEC 227-5 AM1/87
IEC 227-5/79
IEC 227-6
IEC 228/78
IEC 228A/82
IEC 230/66
IEC 245/67
IEC 245-4 AM1/85
IEC 245-4/80
IEC 245-5 AM1/85
IEC 245-5/80
IEC 245-6 AM1/85
IEC 245-6/80
IEC 287/82
IEC 304/82
IEC 313/83
IEC 331/70
IEC 332-1/79
IEC 332-3 AM2/87
IEC 332-3/82
IEC 465/88
IEC 488/74
IEC 502
IEC 502 AM2/87
IEC 502/83
IEC 50-461/84
IEC 538/76
IEC 538A/80
IEC 540 AM1/84
IEC 540/82
IEC 55-1/78
IEC 55-2/81
IEC 60502-2/97-04
IEC 702/81
IEC 702-1/88
IEC 702-2/86
IEC 708-1 AM1/83
IEC 708-1 AM2/85
IEC 708-1 AM3/81
IEC 708-1/81
IEC 708-2 AM1/83
IEC 708-2/81
IEC 728-1/86
IEC 754-1/82
IEC 885-1/87
IEC 92-3 AM1/69
IEC 92-3 AM2/71
IEC 92-3 AM3/73
IEC 92-3 AM4/74
IEC 92-3 AM4/74
IEC 92-3 AM5/79
IEC 96-3/82
ABBREVIATIONS
BRITISH STANDARD (GREAT BRITAIN)
DEUTSCHES INSTITUTE FOR NORMUNG (GERMANY)
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRO TECHNICAL COMMISSION (INTERNATIONAL)
INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (GREAT BRITAIN)
VEREIN DEUTSCHER ELEKTROINGENIEURE (GERMANY)
DESCRIPTION
PVC-INSULATED CABLES FOR POWER SWITCHGEAR WIRING
GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE FOR ARMOURING SUBMARINE CABLES
GALVANIZED MILD STEEL WIRE FOR ARMOURING CABLES
POLYTHNE-INSULATED CABLES SHEATHED WITH PVC FOR ELECTRICAL
COLOUR CODE FOR TWIN COMPENSATING CABLES FOR THERMOCOUPLES
CABLES FOR VEHICLES
PVC-INSULATED CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR ELECTRIC POWER
WIRE ARMOURED CABLES FOR COLLIERIES
ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS IN INSULATED CABLES
RUBBER INSULATION AND SHEATH OF ELECTRIC CABLE/SILICONE RUBBER
MINERAL-INSULATED CABLES/COPPER SHEATHED CABLES WITH COPPER
CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS INSULATED WITH VARNISHED CAMBRIC
ARMOURED PVC-INSULATED CABLES
COPPER CONDUCTORS IN INSULATED CABLES AND CORDS
COPPER CONDUCTORS IN INSULATED CABLES AND CORDS
3.3 KV 300A INTERCHANGEABLE BOLTED FLAMEPROOF CABLE
BRAINED CABLES WITH COPPER CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION
LEAD OR LEAD SHEATHED CABLES
ALLUMINIUM SHEATHED CABLES
LEAD OR LEAD ALLOY SHEATHED CABLES
ALUMINIUM SHEATHED CABLES
ELASTOMER-INSULATED CABLES FOR ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHTING
VARNISHED CAMBRIC INSULATED CABLES FOR ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
WIRE-ARMOURED PAPER-INSULATED CABLES FOR USE IN MINES
CABLE AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF SHIPS
ELECTRICAL CABLE SOLDERING SOCKETS
FLEXIBLE CABLE FOR MINERS CAP LAMPS
DESIGNATION OF THE STRUCTURE OF SINGLE PLIED AND CABLED
FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR ELECTRICAL LIFTS
POWER CABLE ACCESSORIES WITH VOLTAGE UP TO 30 KV
POWER CABLE ACCESSORIES WITH NOMINAL VOLTAGE UP TO 30 KV
POWER CABLE ACCESSORIES WITH NOMINAL VOLTAGE UP TO 30 KV
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS FOR CABLES AND FLEXIBLE
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS FOR CABLES AND FLEXIBLE
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS FOR CABLES AND FLEXIBLE
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS FOR CABLES AND FLEXIBLE
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS
INSULATING AND SHEATHING COMPOUNDS FOR CABLES AND FLEXIBLE
FLEXIBLE PVC-INSULATED CONTROL CABLE
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
HEATING CABLE
XLPE INSULATED,PVC SHEATHED CABLE UPTO 0.6/1KV
CABLE WITH PLASTIC INSULATED LEAD SHEATH FOR POWER INSTALLATION
HALOGEN-FREE CABLES WITH IMPROVED CHARACTERISTICS
PVC-INSULATED CABLES WITH NOMINAL VOLTAGE
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
PVC CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
RUBBER CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
RUBBER CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
RUBBER CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
RUBBER CABLES WIRES FOR FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
RUBBER CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
RUBBER CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
MINERAL INSULATED CABLES WITH NOMINAL VOLTAGE UP TO 750V
CONDUCTORS OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FAILURE ON
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TOLERANCE FIELDS
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CORE AND CLADDING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CORE AND CLADDING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TENSIBLE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TENSIBLE TEST ON
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CHANGING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CHANGING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CHANGING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BACKSCATTERING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS ATTENUATION
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BANDWIDTH
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS NUMERICAL
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS SURFACE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS DIELECTRIC
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS DIELECTRIC
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS IMPULSE TEST
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS RESISTANCE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FAILURE ON
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS ATTENUATION
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CHARACTERISTICS
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CROSSTALK
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TIGHTNESS
TESTING OF CABLES INSULATED WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS HEAT-SHOCK-
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS PRESSURE TEST
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BENDING TEST
TESTING OF INSULATED CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS COLD IMPACT
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TEAR RESISTANCE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS THERMAL STABILITY
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS MECHANICAL
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS LONGITUDINAL
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS RESISTANCE TO
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CARBON BLACK
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS QUALITY OF ZINC
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS WATER ABSORPTION
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS OIL IMMERSION
TESTING OF CABLES INSULATED WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS RESISTANCE TO
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS RESISTANCE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BACKSCATTERING
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION TEAT
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION NEON
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION PVC
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION PVC
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION PVC
CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FOR POWER INSTALLATION
POWER CABLE ACCESSORIES WITH RATED VOLTAGE UP TO 30KV JOINT
POWER CABLE ACCESSORIES WITH RATED VOLTAGE UP TO 30KV
IDENTIFICATION OF CORES IN CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS USED
AMMPLICATION OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS IN POWER
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS AGEING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS OUTER DIMENSIONS
TESTING OF INSULATED CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS WALL
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND CORDS CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE
TESTING OF WIRES CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS FACTOR DIELECTRIC
TESTING OF WIRES CABLES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS REDUCTION FACTOR
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS RESISTANCE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS DENSITY
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TENSILE STRENGTH
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BENDING BEHAVIOUR
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS WIPE RESISTANCE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS MELT FLOW INDEX
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORD SHOT SET TEST
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS HOT SET TEST
TESTING FOR CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS ELONGATION
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS SAPONIFICATION
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS BEHAVIOUR UNDER
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS TINNING
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS WEIGHT INCREASE
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CONTINUITY
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS CORROSIVITY
TESTING OF CABLES WIRES AND FLEXIBLE CORDS-CONTINUANCE
RADIO FREQUENCY CABLES COAXIAL Z=75Ω FOR ANTENNA SYSTEMS
WIRING CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION AND DATA PROCESSING
RADIO FREQUENCY CABLES Z=7552 FOR TELEVISION ANTENNA SYSTEMS
USE OF CABLES AND INSULATED WIRES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION
POWER CABLES WITH COPPER BRAID TYPE MGCG
INTERNAL GAS-PRESS. CABLES AC UP TO 275 KV
EXTERNAL GAS-PRESS. CABLES AND AC UP TO 275KV
COLOURS OF THE CORES OF FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS
GUIDE TO THE SELECTION OF HV CABLES
CABLES IN PAIRS TRIPLES QUADS QUINTUPLES
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES
EQUIPMENTS WIRES CABLES SOLID OR STRANDED CONDUCTOR PVC INSULATION
SIGNALING CABLES IN SINGLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION
PVC INSULATED FLEXIBLE CABLES CORDS WITH CIRCULAR CONDUCTORS
POLYVINYL CHLORIDE INSULATED CABLES OF RATED VOLTAGE
POLYVINYL CHLORIDE INSULATED CABLES OF RATED VOLTAGE
NON-SHEATHED CABLES
SHEATHED CABLES
POLYVINYL CHLORIDE INSULATED CABLES OF RATED VOLTAGE
FLEXIBLE CABLES
LIFT CABLES
CONDUCTORS OF INSULATED CABLES
CONDUCTORS OF INSULATED CABLES GUIDE TO THE DIMENSIONAL
IMPULSE TESTS ON CABLES AND THEIR ACCESSORIES
RUBBER INSULATED FLEXIBLE CABLES CORDS WITH CIRCULAR CONDUCTOR
RUBBER INSULATED CABLES OF RATED VOLTAGE UP TI AND INCLUDING
CORDS AND FLEXIBLE CABLES
LIFT CABLES
LIFT CABLES
RUBBER INSULATED CABLES OF RATED VOLTAGE
RC WELDING ELECTRODE-CABLES
CALCULATION OF THE CONTINUOUS CURRENT RATING OF CABLES C100%
STANDARD COLOURS FOR INSULATION FOR LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES
COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTORS USED IN NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTATION
FIRE-RESISTING CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRIC CABLES
TEST ON A SINGLE VERTICAL INSULATED WIRE OR CABLES
TESTS ON ELECTRIC CABLES UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS
TESTS ON ELECTRIC CABLES UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS
SPECIFICATION FOR UNUSED INSULATING MINERAL OILS FOR CABLES
DIMENSIONS OF COPPER CONDUCTORS IN LOCAL CABLES
EXTRUDED SOLID DIELECTRIC INSULATED POWER CABLES
EXTRUDED SOLID DIELECTRIC INSULATED POWER CABLES
EXTRUDED SOLID DIELECTRIC INSULATED POWER CABLES
ELECTRIC CABLES
ELECTRIC CABLES WIRES AND CORDS
ELECTRIC CABLES WIRES AND CORDS
TEST METHODS FOR INSULATION AND SHEETS OF ELECTRIC CABLES
TEST METHODS FOR INSULATIONS AND SHEETS OF ELECTRIC CABLES
TESTS ON IMPREGNATED PAPER INSULATED METAL-SHEATHED CABLES
NON-PRAINING CABLES FOR 10 TO 33KV
POWER CABLES WITH EXTRUDED INSULATION...PART 2:CABLES
MINERAL INSULATED CABLES WITH A RATED VOLTAGE NOT EXECEEDING
MINERAL INSULATED CABLES AND THEIR TERMINATIONS
MINERAL INSULATED CABLES AND THEIR TERMINATIONS
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
LOW-FREQUENCY CABLES WITH POLYOLEFIN INSULATION AND MOISTURE
CABLED DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
TEST ON GASES EVOLVED COMBUSTION OF ELECTRIC CABLES
ELECTRICAL TESTS FOR CABLES CORDS AND WIRES
CABLES
CABLES
CABLES
CABLES
CABLES
CABLES
RADIO-FREQUENCY CABLES
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1. Types of applications
TYPES
A-
A
AB-
AD
AJ-
AJB-
ASLH
(A)-
G-
GJ-
J-
(J)-
JE-
(JE)-
J-F
L-
L-
M-
RD-
RE-
S-
S
(S)-
T-
2. Construction characteristics under the sheath:
TYPES
H
H
P
Y
YU
YW
2Y
02Y
02YS
3Y
6Y
9Y
09Y
09YS
3. Construction characteristics under the sheath:
TYPES
A
C
D
F
0F
(K)
(St)
Y
2Y
(Z)
4. Cable sheath:
TYPES
E
H
L
(L)2Y
LD
M
Mz
T2Y
W
Y
Ymb
YU
YW
Yv
2Y
2Yv
4Y
6Y
(Zg)2Y
5. Construction characteristics over the sheath:
TYPES
A
B
(1B...)
(2B...)
C
D
ib
Q
Y
Y
Yv
2Y
2Y
2Yv
6. Stranding elements/kinds of stranding:
TYPES
BD
BDIMF
(C)
DM
DIMF
e
F
Kx
LG
Li
PCM
Pr
ST
ST O
ST I
ST II
ST III
ST IV
ST V
ST VI
TF
VIMF
Y
YV
7. Others:
TYPES
EIB
E30
E90
FE180
FRNC
-JB
-JZ
KF
LSOH
LOI
TOI
-OB
-OZ
-fI
SI
-R
-U
V
Z
7. Numbers:
TYPES
07
2Y
2Yv
02Y
02YS
2YHO
3Y
4Y
5Y
5YX
6Y
7Y
8Y
9Y
10Y
11Y
12Y
13Y
31Y
41Y
51Y
71Y
91Y

TERMI-POINT:-Technique unsoldered connection technique by means of a specia


on a metal jamb and is put on electrically conductive with a clip (clamp connect
(TERMI → termination) (Mini-, Standard-, Maxi-Termi-Point)

WIRE-WRAP:-Technique unsoldered connection technique by means of a special


is wrapped closely around a metal bolt. By this procedure an electrically conduc
is established.
Types of applications
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
outdoor cable
approved national design
outdoor cable with special construction for lightning protection
outdoor cable with differential protection
outdoor cable with special construction for protection against interference
outdoor cable with a special construction for protection against interference and lightning
self-supporting communication cable for higher voltage overhead lines
outdoor cable deviating from the standard type
mining cable
mining cable with special protection against interference
installation cable
installation cable deviating from the standard
cable for industrial electronics
cable for industrial electronics deviating from the standard
flat webbed building wire
cables with stranded wires for higher mechanical stresses (multicore cables)
LYNENWERK-EIB-Bus cable
measuring cable
control and instrumentation cable
computer cables
control cable
signal cable
control cable deviating from the standard
distribution cable
Construction characteristics under the sheath:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
harmonized class type
halogen-free plastic material
paper or air-spaced insulation
polyvinylchloride (PVC)
flame-retardant PVC with LOI ≥ 30
heat-resistant PVC up to 90 °C
solid polyethylene
foamed polyethylene
foamed polyethylene with a solid PE sheath (foam-skin)
polystyrol (styroflex)
teflon (FEP)
polypropylene (PP)
foam polypropylene
foamed polypropylene with a sheath of unfoamed polyolefin
Construction characteristics under the sheath:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
covering made of Al-wires
screen made of tinned copper wire braid
covering made of copper wires
filling with petrol jelly
filling with so-called ”FÜLLNIDZ” (filling material with low dielectric value because of emb
screen made of copper tape; 0,12 mm thick (previous type)
static screen made of unilateral coated Al-foil with tinned copper drain wire
PVC inner sheath
PE inner sheath
strain-resistant braid of galvanized flat steel wires with a defined breaking length
Cable sheath:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
corrosion protection sheath (sheath with embedded plastic tape)
halogen-free plastic sheath
aluminium sheath
laminated sheath of an aluminium tape coated with plastic foil on one or on both sides an
corrugated aluminium sheath
lead sheath
lead sheath with a hardening addition
supporting strand made of steel with PE sheath
corrugated steel sheath
polyvinylchloride sheath (PVC)
flame-retardant PVC sheath with LOI ≥ 30
flame-retardant PVC sheath with LOI ≥ 30
heat-resistant PVC sheath up to 90 °C
reinforced PVC sheath
polyethylene sheath (PE)
reinforced PE sheath
polyamide sheath (PA)
Teflon sheath (FEP)
stress relieving elements made of glass yarn embedded in the PE outer sheath (LYNIPORT
Construction characteristics over the sheath:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
covering made of aluminium wires
armouring made of one or several steel tapes, galvanized or covered with mass or a close
one layer of steel tape... thickness of the steel tape in mm
two layers of steel tape... thickness of the steel tape in mm
protection sheath made of jute or viscous mass
covering made of copper wires
induction protective armouring (previous type)
strain-resistant armouring in the form of a braid of flat, galvanized steel wires
PVC protective sheath (inner sheath)
PVC protective sheath (outer sheath)
reinforced outer sheath of PVC
PE inner sheath
PE outer sheath
PE reinforced outer sheath
Stranding elements/kinds of stranding:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
stranding in bundles
bundles in metal foil
screen made of a copper wire braid over a pair
multiple-twin quad (2 pairs stranded with each other)
triples in metal foil
tinned copper drain wire
star quad with use of phantom circuits (German Railways)
coaxial pair
stranding in layers
strand
stranding elements for PCM use (pulse-code-modulation)
perforated pilot wire
star quad with use of phantom circuits (in general)
star quad (800 Hz) with from group I up to IV deviating requirements
star quad (800 Hz) without use of phantom circuits for longer distances with increased re
star quad (800 Hz) with increased requirements compared to group II
star quad with requirements at 800 Hz
star quad with requirements up to 120 kHz
star quad with requirements up to 550 kHz
star quad with requirements up to 17 MHz
stranding elements for carrier frequency use
quads in metal foil
jumper wire of a bare copper conductor with PVC insulation
jumper wire of a tinned conductor with PVC insulation

MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS


European Installation Bus
flame-retardant, halogen-free cables with a function integrity up to 30 min. acc. to DIN 41
as for E30, but up to 90 minutes
flame-retardant, halogen-free cables with insulation integrity up to 180 minutes (3 hours)
flame retardant, non corrosive
cables with green-yellow conductor and ”coloured” insulation sheaths acc. to a colour cod
cables with green-yellow conductor and insulation sheaths with numbers printed on
cold-resistant cable (here: up to – 40 °C)
Low Smoke Zero Halogen
Limited Oxygen Index (references value for the degree of flame-retardancy)
Temperature Oxygen Index
cables without green-yellow conductor with ”coloured” insulation sheaths acc. to a colour
cables without green-yellow conductor and insulation sheaths with numbers printed on
flame retardant acc. to IEC 332, part 3
cables with SIMATIC-colour code
STRANDED (CLASS 2)
SOLID (CLASS 1)
pvc insulated
bundles with number helix
Numbers:
MEANING FOR ABBREVIATIONS
voltage grade 450/750v
Polyethylene (PE)
Polyethylene, reinforced sheath
Cellular polyethylene
insulation of cellular polyethylene with outer PE-skin
insulation of air-spaced polyethylene
insulation polystyrene (PS), Styroflex
insulation or jacket of polyamide (PA)
insulation or jacket of polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE),HELUFLON
Perfluoralkoxy (PFA)
Perfluoroethylene-propylene (FEP), HELUFLON
insulation or jacket of ethylentetrafluorethylen (ETFE)
insulation of polyimid (PI), Kapton
polypropylene (PP)
PVDF, Polyvinylidene fluoride
polyurethane (PUR)
TPE-E, TPE
TPE-EE, TPE on base of Polyester-Ester
TPE-S, TPE on base of Polystyrol
TPE-A, TPE on base of Polyamide
PFA, Perfluor-Alkoxylalkane
ECTFE, Monochlortrifluorethylene
TPE-O, TPE on base of Polyester-Ester

RMI-POINT:-Technique unsoldered connection technique by means of a special tool where the insula
a metal jamb and is put on electrically conductive with a clip (clamp connection)
RMI → termination) (Mini-, Standard-, Maxi-Termi-Point)

RE-WRAP:-Technique unsoldered connection technique by means of a special tool where the strippe
wrapped closely around a metal bolt. By this procedure an electrically conductive connection
stablished.
EXAMPLE
A-2YYBY

AB-2YLE2YDB2Y

AJ-2Y(L)2YDBY
AJB-2Y(L)2YDBY

(A)-9Y(K)2Y4Y
G-2YYBY
GJ-YMBY
J-Y(St)Y
(J)-Y(St)Y
JE-Y(St)Y
(JE)-Y(St)Y
J-FY
L-2YYQY
L-Y(St)Y
M-2YC2Y
RD-Y(St)Y
RE-2Y(St)2Y
S-Y(St)Y
A-2YYBY...S
(S)-Y(St)Y
T-Y(St)Y

EXAMPLE
H07V-R
J-H(St)H
A-PMBC
J-Y(St)Y
RD-YU(St)YU
RD-YW(St)YW
PE A-2Y(L)2Y
PE A-02Y(L)2Y
A-02YS(L)2Y
S-3Y(St)Y
RD-6YC6Y
A-9Y(L)2Y
A-09Y(L)2Y
A-09YS(L)2Y

EXAMPLE
A-2Y(St)A2Y
JE-YCY
A-2Y(St)D2Y
A-2YF(L)2Y
A-02YS0F(L)2Y
A-2Y(K)2Y
S-Y(St)Y
G-2YY(Z)Y
A-2YF2Y(L)2Y
G-2YY(Z)Y

EXAMPLE
A-2YLE2Y
J-H(St)H
A-2YLE2Y
A-2Y(L)2Y
A-2YLDE2Y
A-PMBC
A-PMzBC
A-2YT2Y
A-PWE2Y
J-Y(St)Y
JE-Y(St)Ymb
RD-YU(St)YU
RD-YW(St)YW
J-Y(St)Yv
A-2Y(St)2Y
A-2Y(St)2Yv
A-2Y(L)2Y4Y
RD-6YC6Y
J-2Y2Y(St)(Zg)2Y
EXAMPLE
A-2Y(L)2YA2Y
A-2Y(L)2YB2Y
A-PMBC

A-2Y(L)2YD2Y
A-2YLEibY
L-2YYQY
A-PLEYBY
A-2YYBY
JE-Y(St)YYv
A-PLE2YB2Y
A-PLEB2Y2Y
A-2Y(L)2Y2Yv

EXAMPLE
...ST III BD
...x 2 x 0,6 BDIMF
L-2Y(C)Y...
...x 2 x 1,2 DM
...x 3 x 0,5 DIMF
J-02YSCeY
...x 2 x 0,9 F
Kx 2,6/9,5
...ST III LG
JE-LiYCY
...x2x0,8STIPCM
2 x 1 x 0,5 Pr
...x 2 x 0,9 ST
...x 2 x 0,6 ST O
...x 2 x 0,9 ST I
...x 2 x 0,6 ST II
...x 2 x 0,6 ST III
...x 2 x 1,2 ST IV
...x 2 x 1,3 ST V
...x 2 x 0,6 ST VI
...x 2 x 1,2 ST I TF
...x 2 x 0,6 VIMF
Y
YV

EXAMPLE
EIB-Bus cable
...(St)H FE180/E30
...(St)H FE180/E90
...(St)H FE180/E30

LiYCY-JB
LiYCY-JZ
L-2YY(Z)YKF40

e-retardancy)

LiYCY-OB
LiYCY-OZ

JE-Y(St)Y SI
H07V-R
H07V-R
H07V-R
JE-Y(St)Y Z

EXAMPLE
H07V-R
pecial tool where the insulation is stripped off

ecial tool where the stripped-off conductor


nductive connection
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Harmonized Identification:The harmonized identifications for cables and wires come to an agreement with the CENEL
The harmonized identification must be visible on the core or the sheath in form of an imprint or embossing,or contain

Designation code for harmonized cables


according to DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0282/DIN VDE 0292
Construction reference

1. Identifications of destignation
A authorised national standards
H harmonized standards
2.Nominal voltage U
1 100V
3 300/300V
5 300/500V
7 450/750V
3.Insulation material
B (EPR)Ethylene-propylene-rubber
G (EVA) Ethylene-Vinylacetat-Copolymer
N2 (CR) Chloroprene rubber for welding cables
R (NR a./o. SR) Natural a./o. synthetic rubber
S (SiR) Silicone rubber
V (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride
V2 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride heat-resistant
V3 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride low-temperature
V4 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride cross-linked
Z (PE) Polyethylene cross-linked
4.Structural elements
C Screen
Q4 (PA) Additional polyimide core jacket
T Additional textile braiding over laid-up cores
T6 Additional textile braiding over individual cores
5.Sheath/jacket material
B (EPR) Ethylene-propylene rubber
J Glass fibre braid
N (CR) Chloroprene rubber
N2 (CR) Chloroprene rubber for welding cables
N4 (CR) Chloroprene rubber heat-resistant
Q (PUR) Polyurethane
R (NR a./o. SR) Natural- a./o. synthetic rubber
T Textile braid
T2 Textile braid with flame retardant compound
V (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride
V2 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride heat-resistant
V3 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride low-temperature
V4 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride cross-linked
V5 (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride oil resistant
6.Special structural features
D3 Stress-relieving elements (support wire)
D5 Centre core (no supporting element)
FM Telecommunications cores integrated in power cables
H Flat, separable cable (twin cable)
H2 Flat, non-separable cable (two-core sheathed cable)
H6 Flat, non-separable cable (multi- and multiple sheathed cable)
H7 Two-layer insulating jacket
H8 Spiral cables
7.Conductor type
D Finely stranded, for welding cables
E (very) finely stranded, for welding cables
F Finely stranded, for cables for fixed installation
H (Very) finely stranded, for flexible cables
K Finely stranded, for cables for fixed installation
R Multiple-wire, round, class 2
U Single-wire, round, class 1
Y Tinsel wire, DIN 47104
8.Number of cores

9.Earth core
G With earth core
X Without earth core
10.Conductor nominal cross section in mm2

Comparison of harmonized
cables
with IEC, DIN VDE and HD
PVC-insulated cables according to DIN VDE 0281 in comparison with IEC and HD

short
short designation
designation old
Designation accord. to VDE part . . . new VDE 0250

PVC-wiring cables
single wire 0281 part 3 H 05V-U NYFA, NYA
fine wires 0281 part 3 H 05V-K NYFAF, NYAF
PVC-insulated cables
single wire 0281 part 3 H 07V-U NYA
multi-stranded wires 0281 part 3 H 07V-R NYA
fine wires 0281 part 3 H 07V-K NYAF

Light PVC-Twin cables 0281 part 5 H 03VH-Y NLYZ

Twin cables 0281 part 5 H 03VH-H NYZ

PVC-sheathed cables 0281 part 5 H 03VV-F NYLHY rund


03VV-F round flat 0281 part 5 H 03VVH2-F NYLHY flach

NYMHY rund
PVC-sheathed cables 0281 part 5 H 05VV-F NYMHY rund
05VV-F round flat 0281 part 5 H 05VVH2-F NYMHY flach

PVC-Flat-cable 05VV-H6 0281 part 403 H 05VVH6-F NYFLY


PVC-Flat-cable 07VV-H6 0281 part 404 H 07VVH6-F NYFLY

IEC-defination
IEC 227: Polyvinylchloride insulated flexible cables and cords with circular conductors and a rated voltage not exceed
IEC 245: Rubber insulated flexible cables and cords with circular conductors and a rated voltage not exceeding 750 V

Rubber insulated power cables according to DIN VDE 0282 in comparison with IEC and HD
short
short designation
designation old
Designation accord. to VDE part . . . new VDE 0250
Heat-resistant
rubberinsulated 0282 part 7 H 07G-U N4GA
cable H 07G 0282 part 7 H 07G-K N4GAF
Heat-resistant
siliconerubber
cable 0282 part 3 H 05SJ-K N2GAFU
Braided flexible cord 0282 part 4 H 03RT-F NSA

Rubber sheathed flexible


cord 05RR 0282 part 4 H 05RR-F NLH, NMH
Polychloroprene NYMHo¨ u
sheathed NYMHo¨ u
flexible cable 05RN 0282 part 4 H 05RN-F NYMHo¨ u

Polychloroprene
sheathed NMHo¨ u
flexible cable 07RN 0282 part 4 H 07RN-F NSHo¨ u
Rubber insulated lift
cable
with textile braid
05RT2D5
Rubber insulated lift
cable
with polychloroprene 0282 part 807 H 05RT2D5-F NFLG
sheath 05RND5 0282 part 807 H 05RND5-F NFLGC

Rubber insulated lift


cable
with textile braid
07RT2D5
Rubber insulated lift
cable
with polychloroprene 0282 part 808 H 07RT2D5-F NFLG
sheath 07RND5 0282 part 808 H 07RND5-F NFLGC

Designation code for power cables


according to DIN VDE 0271/0276
Construction reference

1. Identifications of destignation
N DIN VDE standard
(N) similar to DIN VDE standard
2.Conductor material
A aluminium conductor
– copper conductor
3.Insulating materials
Y PVC
2X cross-linked PE (XLPE)
– impregnated paper
4.Concentric conductor (screen)
C concentric conductor of copper
CW concentric conductor of copper in waveconal formation
CE concentric conductor of copper over each individual core
S screen of copper wires
SE screen of copper wires over each individual core
H conductive layers
(F) longitudinally water-proof screen
5.Armouring
B steel tape armouring
F armour of galvanized flat steel wires
G counter helix of galvanized steel tape
R armour of galvanized round steel wires
6.Sheath Material
A oversheath made of fibrous material
K lead sheath
KL aluminium sheath
Y PVC
2Y PE
7.Protective Conductor
I with protective conductor
O without protective conductor
8.Number of cores

9.Conductor cross section in mm2

10.Conductor type
r... circular conductor
s... sector conductor
o... oval conductor
..e... circular, solid conductor
..M stranded conductor
..H hollow circular conductor
/V compact conductor
10.Rating Voltage
0,6/1 kV
3,6/6 kV
6,0/10 kV
12/20 kV
18/30 kV
ED CABLE
e to an agreement with the CENELEC-structure (HAR-agreement) are determined by the certification institute. These identification
n imprint or embossing,or contained with a three-coloured black-red-yellow protected identification thread of different colour leng

H 05 V V5 F 25 G 075
f harmonized
les
VDE and HD

nominal comparativ
cross- nominal e
section voltage according design
(mm2) U0/U (V) to HD to IEC

227 IEC 01
0,5 to 1,0 300/500 HD 21.3 S3 227 IEC 01
1,5 to 10 227 IEC 01
1,5 to 400 227 IEC 01
1,5 to 240 450/750 HD 21.3 S3 227 IEC 02

0,1 300/300 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 41

0,5+0,75 300/300 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 42

0,5+0,75 227 IEC 43


0,5+0,75 300/300 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 43

0,75 to 2,5
1 to 2,5 300/500 227 IEC 53
0,75 300/500 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 53

0,75 to 1 300/500
1,5 to 25 450/750 -- --

tors and a rated voltage not exceeding 750 V


rated voltage not exceeding 750 V

nominal comparativ
cross- nominal e
section voltage according design
(mm2) U0/U (V) to HD to IEC

1,5+2,5 450/750
0,5 to 95 HD 22.7 S2 --

0,5 to 95 300/500 HD 22.3 S2 245 IEC 03


0,75 to 1,5 300/500 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 51

0,75 to 2,5 300/500 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 53


0,75+1 245 IEC 57
0,75+1 245 IEC 57
0,75 300/500 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 57
1,5 to 500
1 to 25
1 to 300 245 IEC 65
1,5+2,5 450/750 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 66
0,75 300/500
0,75 300/500 -- --

1 450/750
1 450/750 -- --

X
ation institute. These identifications conform the harmonized standards.
ation thread of different colour lengths (dimension in cm).
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3.3/6(7.2kV) three core
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three core

COPPER single core


6/10(12kV) three core
ALUMINIUM single core
three core

COPPER single core


8.7/15(17.5kV) three core
ALUMINIUM single core
three core

COPPER single core


12/20(24kV) three core
ALUMINIUM single core
three core

COPPER single core


18/30(36kV) three core
ALUMINIUM single core
three core
armour material
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape

aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape

aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape

aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape

aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
aluminium wire
steel wire/steel tape
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NYY/power cable
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation


NYY /power cable
and sheath

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number 1.5 to 500
mm/2
1 1.5 to 240
2 1.5 to 240
3 1.5 to 240
4 1.5 to 25
5
and other

2 1.5 to 240
3 1.5 to 240
4 1.5 to 240
5 1.5 to 25
and other
VDE 0276 part 603 also IEC 0.6/1 kV

2XSY,2XS2Y
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE


2XSY,2XS2Y
insulation.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 500
6/10 kV 35 to 500
8.7/15 kV 35 to 500
12/20 kV 35 to 500
IEC 502 also VDE BS 18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
A2XSY,A2XS2Y
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE


A2XSY,A2XS2Y
insulation.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 500
6/10 kV 35 to 500
8.7/15 kV 35 to 500
12/20 kV 35 to 500
IEC 502 also VDE BS 18/30 kV 1 50 to 500

2XS(F)2Y
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE


2XS(F)2Y
insulation. Longitudinal water sealed.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 500
6/10 kV 35 to 500
8.7/15 kV 35 to 500
12/20 kV 35 to 500
IEC 502 18/30 kV 1 50 to 500

A2XS(F)2Y
Type Type designation
Middle voltage power cables with XLPE
A2XS(F)2Y
insulation. Longitudinal water sealed.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 500
6/10 kV 35 to 500
8.7/15 kV 35 to 500
12/20 kV 35 to 500
IEC 502 18/30 kV 1 50 to 500

2XSEY
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE


2XSEY
insulation.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 240
6/10 kV 35 to 240
8.7/15 kV 35 to 185
12/20 kV 35 to 185
IEC 502 also VDE BS 18/30 kV 3 50 to 150

A2XSEY
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE


A2XSEY
insulation.
Middle voltage power cables with XLPE
A2XSEY
insulation.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6 kV 25 to 240
6/10 kV 35 to 240
8.7/15 kV 35 to 185
12/20 kV 35 to 185
IEC 502 also VDE BS 18/30 kV 3 50 to 150

2XSEH
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE insulation


2XSEH
with improved characteristics in case of fire.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

3.6/6 kV 25 to 240
IEC 502 IEC 332-3 cat A 6/10 kV 3 35 to 240

A2XSEH
Type Type designation

Middle voltage power cables with XLPE insulation


A2XSEH
with improved characteristics in case of fire.
Middle voltage power cables with XLPE insulation
A2XSEH
with improved characteristics in case of fire.

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

3.6/6 kV 25 to 240
IEC 502 IEC 332-3 cat A 6/10 kV 3 35 to 240

NAYY
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation


NAYY
and sheath

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 25 to 500
2 25 to 240
3 25 to 240
4 25 to 240
5 25 to 95
and other
VDE 0276 part 603 also IEC 0.6/1 kV

NYY/control cable
Type Type designation

Low voltage control cables with PVC insulation


NYY /control cable/
and sheath

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
7 to 19 1.5,2.5,4
20 to 37 1.5,2.5
and other
VDE 0271 also IEC 0.6/1 kV

NYCY/power cable
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation


NYCY /power cable/
and concentric protective conductor
Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation
NYCY /power cable/
and concentric protective conductor

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

1 to 5 1.5 to 240
and other and other
VDE 0276 part 603 also IEC 0.6/1 kV

NAYCY
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation


NAYCY
and concentric protective conductor

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

1 to 5 25 to 240
and other and other
VDE 0276 part 603 also IEC 0.6/1 kV

NYCY/control cable
Type Type designation

Low voltage control cables with PVC insulation


NYCY /control cable/
and concentric conductor

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
7 to 19 1.5,2.5,4
20 to 37 1.5,2.5
and other
VDE 0271/86 also IEC 502 0.6/1 kV

YBY
Type Type designation
Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation YBY

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 500
2 1.5 to 240
3 1.5 to 240
4 1.5 to 240
5 1.5 to 25
7 to 19 1.5, 2.5, 4
20 to 37 1.5, 2.5
and other
IEC 502 0.6/1 kV

BXB
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with XLPE insulation BXB

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 6RM
2 10RM
3 16RM
4 25RM

NBN C33-321 0.6/1 kV

AYBY
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with PVC insulation AYBY

Conductors

Standard Rated voltage


Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 25 to 500
2 25 to 240
3 25 to 240
4 25 to 240
5 25 to 95
and other
IEC 502 0.6/1 kV

NA2XY
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with XLPE insulation NA2XY

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

1 50 to 500

VDE 0276 part 603 0.6/1 kV 4 50 to 240

N2XY
Type Type designation

Cables with Cu wires, XLPE insulation and PVC


N2XY
sheaths,Low voltage power cables

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

1 16 to 500

VDE 0276 part 603 0.6/1 kV 4 16 to 185


Cu/PVC/,SWA/PVC
Type Type designation

Low voltage power cables with steel wires armour Cu/PVC/,SWA/PVC

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 1.5 to 10
3 1.5 to 10
4 1.5 to 10
BS 6346 0.6/1 kV 7 1.5

NFA2X
Type Type designation

Arial bundled cable NFA2X

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1M M
2M 16 to 95
4M R
4M+1R 16 to 35
VDE 0274 or FN KI 02003-96 0.6/1 kV 4M+2R

AI/XLPE
Type Type designation

Arial bundled cable AI/XLPE

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3M+N M
3M+N+1R 25 to 70
3M+N+2R N
71.5
54.6
R
FN KI 02003-96 0.6/1 kV 16.25

NACY
Type Type designation

Power cables with PVC insulation and sheath with


NACY
concentric protective conductor

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0271 0.6/1 kV 3 3+1 4 25-240

NYM-j
Type Type designation

Power cables with Light PVC sheathed cable NYM-J

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5-16
2 1.5-10
3 1.5-10
0.3/0.5 kV 4 1.5-35
VDE 0250 5 1.5-16

SAPEmT-et
Type Type designation

Power cables with PE insulation and PVC sheath SAPEmT-et


Power cables with PE insulation and PVC sheath SAPEmT-et

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
240-500
1

0.6/1kV-AC
3 kV -DC
BDS 2581-86

SPEmT-et
Type Type designation

Power cables with PE insulation and PVC sheath SPEmT-et

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

240-500
1

0.6/1kV-AC
3 kV -DC
BDS 2581-86

N2XS2Y
Type Type designation

Single-core with Cu wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


N2XS2Y
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10 kV 1 35 to 500
12/20 kV 1 35 to 500
18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2,
DIN VDE 0276-620
N2XS(F)2Y
Type Type designation

Single-core with Cu wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


N2XS(F)2Y
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10 kV 1 35 to 500
12/20 kV 1 35 to 500
18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2,
DIN VDE 0276-620

N2XSEY, 2XSEY
Type Type designation

Three-core with Cu wires XLPE insulation, Cu


N2XSEY, 2XSEY
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6kV 3 35 to 300
6/10kV 3 35 to 300
12/20kV 3 35 to 300
IEC 60502-2 18/30kV 3 35 to 300
DIN VDE 0276-620

N2XSY
Type Type designation

Single-core with Cu wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


N2XSY
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10 kV 1 35 to 500
12/20 kV 1 35 to 500
18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2
DIN VDE 0276-620
NA2XS2Y
Type Type designation

Single-core with Al wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


NA2XS2Y
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10 kV 1 35 to 500
12/20 kV 1 35 to 500
18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2
DIN VDE 0276-620

NA2XS(F)2Y
Type Type designation

Single-core with Al wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


NA2XS(F)2Y
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10 kV 1 35 to 500
12/20 kV 1 35 to 500
18/30 kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2
DIN VDE 0276-620

NA2XSEY,A2XSEY
Type Type designation

Three-core with Al wires XLPE insulation, Cu


NA2XSEY,A2XSEY
screen and PVC sheath

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
3.6/6kV 3 35 to 300
6/10kV 3 35 to 300
12/20kV 3 50 to 300
IEC 60502-2
DIN VDE 0276-620
IEC 60502-2 18/30kV 3
DIN VDE 0276-620

NA2XSY
Type Type designation

Single-core with Al wires, XLPE insulation, Cu


NA2XSY
screen and PVC sheath
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
6/10kV 1 35 to 500
12/20kV 1 35 to 500
18/30kV 1 50 to 500
IEC 60502-2
DIN VDE 0276-620

YYRY
Type Type designation

power and control cable,PVC insulated round wire


YYRY
armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
above
IEC 60502

PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC
Type Type designation

power and control cable,PVC insulated,SWA


PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC
armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
above
BS 6346 : 1989
VO-YMvKas mb
Type Type designation

power and control cable,XLPE insulated,braid


VO-YMvKas mb
armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
5
(IEC 502 & K 42) above

VO-YLK mb
Type Type designation

power and control cable,XLPE insulated,lead


VO-YLK mb
sheathed,braid armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
5
(IEC 502 & K 42) above

VG-YMvKas mb
Type Type designation

power and control cable,XLPE insulated,round or


VG-YMvKas mb
flat steel wire armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
5
(IEC 502 & K 42) above
VG-YLK mb
Type Type designation

power and control cable,XLPE insulated,lead


VG-YLK mb
sheath,wire armoured
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.2KV 2
3
4
5
(IEC 502 & K 42) above

MSR-Y(St)YRY-TIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with pvc insulation MSR-Y(St)YRY-TIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 3 to 6 1 to 5 mm2

BS 5308 Part 2

MSR-Y(St)YRY
Type Type designation

power cable with pvc insulation MSR-Y(St)YRY

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 1 to 44 1 to 5 mm2

BS 5308 Part 2 / IEC 332-3

MSR-RHQCSM-PIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with epr insulation MSR-RHQCSM-PIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 3X2 1 to 5 mm2

BS 6883 / IEC 331 / IEC 332-3

MSR-02YS(St)Y-PIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation MSR-02YS(St)Y-PIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 8x2 0 to 5 mm2

BS 6883 / IEC 331 / IEC 332-3

MSR-2Y(L)2YY
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation MSR-2Y(L)2YY

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 24 X 2 1 to 3 mm2

BS 6883 / IEC 331 / IEC 332-3

MSR-Y(St)YBY
Type Type designation

power cable with PVC insulation MSR-Y(St)YBY


Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 12 x 2 0 to 5 mm2

NF M87-202

MSR-2X(CuB)Y(C)Y
Type Type designation

power cable with XLPE insulation MSR-2X(CuB)Y(C)Y

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 20 x 12 1 mm2

Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3

MSR-Y(St)YQY-PIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with PVC insulation MSR-Y(St)YQY-PIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 24 x 2 0-75 mm2

Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3

MSR-Y(St)YRY
Type Type designation

power cable with PVC insulation MSR-Y(St)YRY

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 1 x4 0 - 8 mm2

Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3

MSR-2YYZY
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation,Cable type :G-


MSR-2YYZY
2YY(Z)Y+ER
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 30 x 2 0 - 8 mm2

VDE 0816 Part 2

MSR-2YYZY
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation,Cable type :L-


2YYQY MSR-2YYZY

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 12 x 2 0-5 mm2

VDE 0817

MSR-2Y(St)H
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation


MSR-2Y(St)H

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 8X2 1 mm2

Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3

MSR-2Y(St)H ... Bd
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation


MSR-2Y(St)H ... Bd

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 8X2 0 - 5mm2

Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3


Fire retardant acc. to IEC 332-3

MSR-RH(C)EVA-PIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with EPR insulation,cable type:BFOU MSR-RH(C)EVA-PIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 2X2 0 -75mm2

IEC 92-3 / IEC 331 / IEC 332-3 /


EC 754-2

MSR-2XY(C)Y
Type Type designation

power cable with XLPE insulation,cable


MSR-2XY(C)Y
type:TPOP
Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 7 1 - 5 mm2

IEC 92-3 / IEC 332-3

MSR-Y(St)Y
Type Type designation

power cable with PVC insulation MSR-Y(St)Y

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 12 1mm2

--

MSR-2X(L)2Y
Type Type designation

power cable with XLPE insulation,Cable type :


MSR-2X(L)2Y
(N)2X (L)2Y

Conductors
Standard Rated voltage
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 14 1 - 5 mm2

adapted to VDE 0276 Part 603

MSR-2Y(L)2YKYRY
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation MSR-2Y(L)2YKYRY

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 1X4 0 - 8 mm2

VDE 0816 / IEC 332-3

MSR-2Y(C)Y-PIMF
Type Type designation

power cable with PE insulation MSR-2Y(C)Y-PIMF

Cross
Conductors
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1.1kv 10 X 2 0 to 5 mm2

RATED
VOLTAGE
TYPE DESIGNATION STANDARD POSSIBLE CONDUCTORS

CU/XLPE/CWS/PVC BS 6622:1999 3.8/6.6(7.2) COPPER


CU/XLPE/CTS/PVC BS 6622:1999 6.35/11(12) COPPER
CU/XLPE/CWS/MDPE BS 6622:1999 8.7/15(17.5) COPPER
CU/XLPE/CTS/MDPE BS 6622:1999 12.7/22(24) COPPER
AL/XLPE/CWS/PVC BS 6622:1999 19/33(36) ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CTS/PVC BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CWS/MDPE BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CTS/MDPE BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM

RATED
VOLTAGE
TYPE DESIGNATION STANDARD POSSIBLE CONDUCTORS
CU/XLPE/CWS/PVC/AWA/PVC BS 6622:1999 3.8/6.6(7.2) COPPER
CU/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC BS 6622:1999 6.35/11(12) COPPER
CU/XLPE/CWS/PVC/AWA/MDPE BS 6622:1999 8.7/15(17.5) COPPER
CU/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/MDPE BS 6622:1999 12.7/22(24) COPPER
AL/XLPE/CWS/PVC/AWA/PVC BS 6622:1999 19/33(36) ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CWS/PVC/AWA/MDPE BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM
AL/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/MDPE BS 6622:1999 ALUMINIUM

Building Wires Rated Voltage up to 1KV

Type of Cable Specification


PVC Insulated
H07V-U, H07V-R, HO7V-K HD 21.3
H05V-U, HO5V-K HD 21.3
AO5VV-U, AO5VV-R ELOT 563.4
HO5VV-F, AO5VV-F HD 21.5
HO3VV-F HD 21.5

NYIFY-O, NYIFY-J VDE 0250.201

NYM VDE 0250.204


HO3VH-H HD 21.5
Rubber Insulated
HO5RR-F, AO5RR-F HD 22.4
HD 22.4, HD
HO5RN-F 22.8
BS 6007-BS
EPR/CSP 6500
Control Cables

NYSLYO VDE 0250.405


NYY VDE 0271
PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC BS 6346
XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC BS 5467

Marine & Offshore Cables & Wire

Marine & Offshore Cables

Type of Cable Specification


MGCG DIN 89158
MGG DIN 89160
PVC/PVC/CWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A IEC 92375

PVC/PVC IEC 332-3 Category A IEC 92353


PVC/PVC/GSWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A IEC 92353
PVC/PVC/CWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A IEC 92353
PVC/PVC/CWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A IEC 92353
PVC/PVC/CWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A BS 6883
PVC/PVC/CWB/PVC IEC 332-3
Category A BS 6883

Power Cables

Power Cables Rated Voltage up to 1KV

Type of Cable Specification


PVC Insulated
NYY, NAYY VDE 0271
NYCWY VDE 0271
PVC/SWA/PVC BS 6346
XLPE Insulated
XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC BS 5467
XLPE/PVC IEC 502
U-1000 R2V NF C 32-321
Rubber Insulated

NSSHOU VDE 0250.812


HO7RN-F, AO7RN-7 HD 22.4
HO1N2-D, HO1N2-E HD 22.6
EPR/CSP BS 6007

NSGAFOU VDE 0250.602

NTSWOU VDE 0250.813


Halogen Free Cables
XLPE/LSF/SWA/LSF BS 6724
NHXHX, NHXCHX (FE 180 and
E30 or E90) VDE 0266.3
N2XH, N2XCH (FE 180 and E30
or E90) VDE 0266.2

Power Cables Above 1KV

Type of Cable Specification


XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC 3.3 KV BS 5467
BS 6622 or
XLPE/PVC 6.6-11-15-22-33 KV IEC 502
XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC 6.6-11-15- BS 6622 or
22-33 KV IEC 502
N2XSY, NA2XSY 6-10-20-30 KV VDE 276.620

N2XSY, NA2XS2Y 6-10-20-30 KV VDE 276.620

NSGAFOU 3-6 KV VDE 0250 602


NTSCGEWOU 3-6-10-15-20-30
KV VDE 0250.813
N2XS (FL) 2Y, NA2XS (FL) 2Y
69-110-132-150 KV

H05V-U
Type Type designation

Single-core non-sheathed cable H05V-U


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0281 also IEC BS 300/500 V 1 0.5 to 1

H05V-K
Type Type designation

Single-core non-sheathed cable H05V-K


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0281 also IEC BS 300/500 V 1 0.5 to 1

H05S-K
Type Type designation

Heat resistant flexible conductor H05S-K


Conductors

Standard Rated voltage


Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0282 part 506 300/500 V 1 0.5 to 2.5

H07V-U
Type Type designation

Single-core non-sheathed cable H07V-U


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0281 also IEC BS 450/750 V 1 1.5 to 16

H07V-R
Type Type designation

Single-core non-sheathed cable H07V-R


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0281 also IEC,BS,HD 383


S2 450/750 V 1 1.5 to 400

H07V-K
Type Type designation

Single-core non-sheathed cable H07V-K


Single-core non-sheathed cable H07V-K
Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0281 also IEC BS 450/700 V 1 1.5 to 240

NYIFY
Type Type designation

Flat building wires NYIFY

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 1.5 to 4
3 1.5 to 4
4 1.5 to 2.5
VDE 0250 220/380 V 5 1.5 to 2.5

NYM
Type Type designation

Light PVC sheathed cable NYM

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 16
2 1.5 to 10
3 1.5 to 10
4 1.5 to 35
VDE 250 part 204 300/500 V 5 1.5 to 16

NHXMH
Type Type designation
Halogen free plastic sheathed cables with
NHXMH
improved characteristics in case of fire

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 16
2 1.5 to 4
3 1.5 to 35
4 1.5 to 35
5 1.5 to 35
VDE 250 part 214 300/500 V 7 1.2, 2.5

NYBUY
Type Type designation

Lead covered PVC sheathed cable NYBUY

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 1.5 to 35
3 1.5 to 35
4 1.5 to 35
VDE 0250 300/500 V 5 1.2 to 6

H03VV-F
Type Type designation

Light PVC sheathed cord H03VV-F

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 0.5, 0.75
3 0.5, 0.75
VDE 0281 also IEC, BS, NFC 300/300 V 4 0.5, 0.75

H03VV-F
Standard: VDE 0281 Part 5, HD21.5S3
IEC 227-5
Rating: 70℃, 300 / 300V
No.of Conductor Conductor
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
No.of Cores (mm2) (No./mm) (mm)
2 0.5 29 / 0.15 0.5
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.5
3 0.5 29 / 0.15 0.5
3 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.5
Marking: H03VV-F (VDE) No. C X Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU'S BSI

H03VVH2-F
Type Type designation

Light PVC sheathed cord H03VVH2-F


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 0.5, 0.75
3 0.5, 0.75
VDE 0281 also IEC, BS, NFC 300/300 V 4 0.5, 0.75

H03VVH2-F
Standard: VDE 0281 Part 5, HD21.5S3
IEC 227-5
Rating: 70℃, 300 / 300V
No.of Conductor Conductor
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
No.of Cores (mm )2
(No./mm) (mm)
2 0.5 29 / 0.15 0.5
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.5
Marking: H03VVH2-F (VDE) No. C X Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU'S GOST (RUSSIA) HO3VVH2-F 60227 IEC 52 NO. C X Sq.

H05VV-F
Type Type designation

Ordinary PVC sheathed cord H05VV-F


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 0.75 to 4.0
3 0.75 to 4.0
4 0.75 to 4.0
VDE 0281 also IEC, BS, NFC 300/500 V 5 0.75 to 4.0
H05VV-F
Standard: VDE 0281 Part 5, HD21.5S3
IEC 227-5
Rating: 70℃, 300 / 500V
No.of Conductor Conductor Insulation
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
(mm )2
(No./mm) (mm)
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
2 1 32 / 0.2 0.6
2 1.25 40 / 0.2 0.8
2 1.5 30 / 0.253 0.7
2 2.5 50 / 0.253 0.8
3 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
3 1 32 / 0.2 0.6
3 1.25 40 / 0.2 0.8
3 1.5 30 / 0.253 0.7
3 2.5 50 / 0.253 0.8
Marking: H05VV-F(VDE) NO. C X Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU'S BSI

H05VVH2-F
Type Type designation

Ordinary PVC sheathed cord H05VVH2-F


Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2 0.75 to 4.0
3 0.75 to 4.0
4 0.75 to 4.0
VDE 0281 also IEC, BS, NFC 300/500 V 5 0.75 to 4.0

H05VVH2-F
Standard: VDE 0281 Part 5, HD21, 5S3
IEC 227-5
Rating: 70℃, 300 / 500V
No.of Conductor Conductor
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
No.of Cores (mm2) (No./mm) (mm)
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
2 1 32 / 0.2 0.6
Marking: HO5VVH2-F( VDM) No. C Size Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU'S GOST (RUSSIA) H05VVH2-F 60227 IEC 53 No. C X S

H03VH-Y
Standard: VDE 0281 Part 5, HD21.5S3
IEC 227-5
Rating: 70℃, 300 / 300V
No.of Conductor Conductor
Section Area Nom.Thick.
No.of Cores AWG Size (mm2) (mm)
2 0.1 Tinsel 0.8
Marking: H03VH -Y(VDE) No. C Size Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU'S

H05V2V2-F
Standard: HD21.12 S1
Rating: 90℃, 300 / 500V
No.of Conductor Conductor Insulation
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
(mm )2
(No./mm) (mm)
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
2 1 32 / 0.2 0.6
3 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
3 1 32 / 0.2 0.6
Marking: H05 V(sub)2(/sub)V(sub)2(/sub)-F (VED) No. C X Sq.mm KEMA-KEUR CHAU\'S

H05V2V2H2-F
Standard: HD21.12 S1
Rating: 90℃, 300 / 500V
No.of Conductor Conductor Insulation
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
(mm2) (No./mm) (mm)
2 0.5 29 / 0.15 0.6
2 0.75 43 / 0.15 0.6
2 1 43 / 0.15 0.6
Marking: H05V2V2H2-F(VDE) NO. C X Sq.mm CHAU\'S

PNCTFK
Stranded Copper Conductor
Stranded: JISC 3301: 2000
Rating: 300V
No.of Conductor Conductor Insulation
Section Area Contruction Nom.Thick.
(mm2) (No./mm) (mm)
2 0.75 30 / 0.18 0.54
2 1.25 50 / 0.18 0.54
2 2 41 / 0.25 0.54
Marking: 11-5099 D.Q. CHAU'S E. PNCTFK sq.mm

H05RN-F
Type Type designation

Ordinary polychloroprene rubber - sheathed cable H05RN-F

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 0.75 and 1
2 0.75 and 1
3 0.75 and 1
4 0.75
VDE 0282 part 4 300/500 V 5 0.75

H07RN-F
Type Type designation

Ordinary polychloroprene rubber - sheathed cable H07RN-F

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 240
2 1.0 to 25
3 1.0 to 95
4 1.0 to 95
5 1.0 to 25
6 to 18 1.5 to 4
VDE 0282 part 4 450/750 V 19 to 36 1.5 to 2.5

H01N2-D
Type Type designation

Welding cable H01N2-D

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0282 part 6 100 V 1 10 to 185

MGG
Type Type designation
Power cable for special applications MGG

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 120
2 1.5 to 25
3 1.0 to 120
4 1.0 to 95
5 1.0 to 2.5
DIN 89160 IEC 332-3 cat A 0.6/1 kV 7 to 24 1.5

MGCG
Type Type designation

Power cable for special applications MGCG

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
1 1.5 to 120
2 1.5 to 25
3 1.0 to 120
4 1.0 to 95
5 1.0 to 2.5
DIN 89158 IEC 332-3 cat A 0.6/1 kV 7 to 24 1.5

N2GMH2G
Type Type designation

Heath resistant flexible cable N2GMH2G

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2
2
3
4
VDE 0250 part 816 300/500 V 5 0.75 to 4
NSGAFou
Type Type designation

Power cable for special applications NSGAFou

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0250 part 602 3.6/6 kV 1 1.5 to 185

NTSCGEWou
Type Type designation

Trailing cable NTSCGEWou

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

VDE 0250 part 813 6/10 kV 3 25 to 150

H05RR-F
Type Type designation

Ordinary tough rubber - sheathed cord H05RR-F


Ordinary tough rubber - sheathed cord H05RR-F

Conductors
Cross
sectional area
Standard Rated voltage Number mm/2

2 0.75 TO 2.5
3 0.75 TO 6
4 0.75 TO 6
VDE 0282 part 4 300/500 V 5 0.75 TO 2.5
Power and control cables

Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped filler

4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
condition

Black

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Metal screen - copper wires and transverse
helical copper tape
6. Tape
7. PVC/PE middle density sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C . Short circuit temperature - 250° C.

Black, Red or other /client spec./


Construction
1. Solid or stranded aluminium conductor

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Metal screen - copper wires and transverse
helical copper tape
6. Tape
7. PVC/PE middle density sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C . Short circuit temperature - 250° C.

Black, Red or other /client spec./

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Semiconductive swelling tape
6. Metal screen - copper wires and transverse
helical copper tape
7. Swelling tape
8. PE middle density sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C. Short circuit temperature - 250° C. The use of
these cables is necessary where the longitudinal
penetration of water caused by mechanical damage
Black, Red or other /client spec./
shall be prevented.

Construction
1. Solid or stranded aluminium conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Semiconductive swelling tape
6. Metal screen - copper wires and transverse
helical copper tape
7. Swelling tape
8. PE middle density sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C. Short circuit temperature - 250° C. The use of
these cables is necessary where the longitudinal
penetration of water caused by mechanical damage
Black, Red or other /client spec./
shall be prevented.

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Metal screen - copper tape above each
individual core
6. Fillers
7. PVC

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C . Short circuit temperature - 250° C.

Black, Red or other /client spec./

Construction
1. Solid or stranded aluminium conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation
4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation
5. Metal screen - copper tape above each
individual core
6. Fillers
7. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, underground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C . Short circuit temperature - 250° C.

Black, Red or other /client spec./

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Metal screen - copper tape above each
individual core
6. Halogen free fire retardant filling
7. Halogen free fire retardant sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, under ground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C. Short circuit temperature - 250° C. These
halogen free cables are installed at airports,
Natural hospitals, multiple-stores buildings and departament
stores, railwais stations, underground stations,
process control centers, industrial installations etc.
where human life and material assets are to be
Construction
protected.
1. Solid or stranded alluminium conductors

2. Semiconductive screen over the conductor


3. XLPE insulation

4. Semiconductive screen over the insulation


5. Metal screen - copper tape above each
individual core
6. Halogen free fire retardant filling
7. Halogen free fire retardant sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For use outdoors, under ground, indoors and in
cable ducts. Maximum conductor temperature - 90°
C. Short circuit temperature - 250° C. These
halogen free cables are installed at airports,
Natural hospitals, multiple-stores buildings and departament
stores, railwais stations, underground stations,
process control centers, industrial installations etc.
where human life and material assets are to be
Construction
protected.
1. Solid or stranded alluminium conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded filler

4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
Black condition.

Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded filler

4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
Black retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
condition.
Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped filler
4. Concentric conductor - copper wires
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
Black retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
condition.
Construction
1. Solid or stranded alluminium conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded filler
4. Concentric conductor - copper wires
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
Black retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
condition.
Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped bedding
4. Concentric conductor - copper wires
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Also available cables with fire
Black retardant compounds for insulation and sheath. This
acomplishment of cables may cover requirements
of IEC 332-3 - Tests on electrical cables under fire
condition.
Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped bedding
4. Steel tapes armour
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks. Also available
cables with fire retardant compounds for insulation
bedding and sheath. This acomplishment of cables
may cover requirements of IEC 332 - Tests on
electrical cables under fire condition -Part 3: Tests
on bunched wires or cables.

Black

Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. XLPE insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath

Black

Construction
1. Solid or stranded alluminium conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped bedding
4. Steel tapes armour
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks
Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks. Also available
cables with fire retardant compounds for insulation
bedding and sheath. This acomplishment of cables
may cover requirements of IEC 332 - Tests on
electrical cables under fire condition -Part 3: Tests
Black on bunched wires or cables.

Construction
1. Solid or stranded alluminium conductors
2. XPLE insulation
3. Extruded or taped bedding

4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
damage is unlikely. Maximum conductor
Black
temperature - 90° C.

Construction
1. Cu solid or stranded class 1 or 2
2. Insulation of XLPE type DIX3

3. Cores twisted concentrically


4. Elastic or plastic filling compound sheath
compound of PVC type DMV

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The power cables with indulation of cross-linked
polyethylene /XLPE/ are designed for distribution
and supply of consumers with normal voltage
0.6/1kV and frequency 50Hz in industrial
installations and urban networks. They are suitable
Black for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducth and
conduits, over shelves and grilles, directly
underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters
providing the conditions determined for the type of
cable.
Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded or taped bedding
4. Steel wires armour
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks.
Black

Construction
1. Conductors
Main/M/ - stranded aluminium

Reduced conductor/R/ - stranded aluminium

2. Cross linked polyethylene weather resistant

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For low tension overhead transmission and
distribution lines in urban, suburban and rural areas.

Black

Construction
1. Conductors
Main/M/ - stranded aluminium
Supported neutral/N/ stranded aluminium steel
reinforced, stranded aluminium alloy

Reduced conductor/R/ - stranded aluminium

2. Cross linked polyethylene weather resistant

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For low tension overhead transmission and
distribution lines in urban, suburban and rural areas.

Black

Construction

1. Solid or stranded aluminum conductor


2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded filer
4. Concentric conductor-copper wires
5. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Indoors, cable trunking, outdoors and buried in the
ground, for power stations, industry and switchgear,
as well as for urban supply networks, if mechanical
Black damage is unlikely

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor

2. Extruded filer

3. PVC insulation
4. PVC seath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


On, in under plaster

Black

Construction
1. Stranded aluminium conductor
2. PE insulation
3. Metal screen-copper tape
4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables are designed for transfer
and distribution ofelectrical power with nominal
voltage AC - 0.6/1kV, 50Hz and DC - 3kV. Used in
electrified urban transport /trolley, tram, metro

Black

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor
2. PE insulation
3. Metal screen-copper tape

4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables are designed for transfer
and distribution ofelectrical power with nominal
voltage AC - 0.6/1kV, 50Hz and DC - 3kV. Used in
electrified urban transport /trolley, tram, metro

Black

Construction
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with high quality and are safe and reliable during exploation.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technologica
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and
5. The sheath of PE does not comply with the requirements of flame retardancy for single cable method B according to VDE

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
BLACK linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
shelves and grilles in water and directly
underground in ditch and outdoor under shelter.
Construction
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with high quality and are safe and reliable during exploation.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technological
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and in
5. The PE sheath does not comply with the requirements of flame retardancy for single cable method B according to VDE 047

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
BLACK linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial plants.
They are suitable for use in distribution installations,
electric power stations and industrial systems. The
cables are for fixed assembly and indoor
installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with highunderground
quality and are reliable
in ditch andduring exploitation.
outdoor under shelter.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strenght and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulation system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technological
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and phisical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and ins

Standard colours of insulation or sheath


Application and Remarks
The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked
RED poliethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and
distribution of electrical power with nominal valtage
Uo/U 3.6/6; 6/10; 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with highunderground
quality and are safeand
in ditch andoutdoor
reliable under
duringshelter
exploation.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technological
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and in

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
RED transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
shelves and grilles in water and directly
underground in ditch and outdoor under shelter
Construction
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with high quality and are safe and reliable during exploation.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technological
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and in
5. The sheath of PE does not comply with the requirements of flame retardancy for single cable method B according to VDE 0

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


BLACK The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with high quality and
underground in are safe
ditch andand reliable
outdoor during
under exploation.
shelter
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technologica
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and
5. The PE sheath does not comply with the requirements of flame retardancy for single cable method B according to VDE 04

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


BLACK The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with highunderground
quality and are reliable
in ditch andduring
outdoorexploitation.
under shelter.
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strenght and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulation system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technological
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and phisical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and ins

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked
RED poliethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and
distribution of electrical power with nominal valtage
Uo/U 3.6/6; 6/10; 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked
poliethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and
distribution of electrical power with nominal valtage
Uo/U 3.6/6; 6/10; 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1. The cables with XLPE insulation are with high quality and
underground in are safe
ditch andand reliable
outdoor during
under exploation.
shelter
2. The XLPE insulation is with high electric strength and low dielectric losses.
3. The three-layer insulating system of conductive layer of the core - XLPE insulation - conductive layer and the technologica
4. The XLPE insulation is with good thermal and physical characteristics and withstands mechanical loads during laying and

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


The single-core cables with insulation of cross-
RED linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for
transfer and distribution of electrical power with
nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10, 12/20 and 18/30 kV and
frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical
networks and for electrical supply of transformers
substations, small and medium industrial
plants.They are suitable for use in distribution
installations, electric power stations and industrial
systems.The cables are for fixed assembly and
indoor installation, in cable ducts and conduits, over
Construction
shelves and grilles in water and directly
1.plain annealed copper conductor,class 2 according to IEC228
underground in ditch and outdoor under shelter
2.Extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC/A acc. to IEC 502
3.Armour of galvanized round steel wires acc. to IEC 502
4.outer sheath:Extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type ST1 acc. to IEC 502,

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: black, blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores: black, blue, brown installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
4cores: black, blue, brown, black installation, for direct burial in dry and wet areas.
above: black with white numbering

Construction
1.plain annealed copper conductor,class 1,2 according to BS6360
2.Extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC/A acc. to BS 7655
3. armour of galvanized round steel wires SWA acc. to BS 6346
4. extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type TM1 acc.to BS 7655

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: red, black For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores: red, yellow, blue installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
4cores: red, yellow, blue, black installation, in dry and wet locations, for direct
above: white numbered in contrasting colours burial.
For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
installation, in dry and wet locations, for direct
burial.

Construction
1.plain
3. braidannealed copper
of galvanized conductor,class
steel wires, wire-Æ:1,acc to IEC 228
2.cross-linked
0.3 mm, over apolyethylene XLPE acc. IEC 502
flat flexible earth
conductor of tinned copper wires
4. extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type ST2 acc. to IEC 502, grey

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: black,blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores: black,blue,brown installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
4cores: black,blue,brown installation, in dry and wet locations, for direct
burial.
5cores: black, blue, brown, black, black with white marking
above: white numbered in contrasting colours

Construction
1.plain annealed copper conductor,class 1,acc to IEC 228
2.cross-linked
3.braid polyethylene
of galvanized XLPEwire-Æ:
steel wires, acc. IEC 502
0.3 mm
4.extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type ST2 acc. to IEC 502,grey

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: black,blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores: black,blue,brown installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
4cores: black,blue,brown installation, in dry and wet locations, for direct
burial.
5cores: black, blue, brown, black, black with white marking
above: white numbered in contrasting colours

3.armour of galvanized steel wires (for Construction


1.plain annealed
cross-sections £25copper conductor,class
mm² circular,above 252,acc to IEC 228
2.cross-linked
mm² flat) and plain annealed copper wires; 502
polyethylene XLPE acc. IEC
with counter helix of galvanized steel tape
4.extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type ST2 acc. to IEC 502,grey

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: black,blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores: black,blue,brown installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
4cores: black,blue,brown installation, in dry and wet locations, for direct
burial.
5cores: black, blue, brown, black, black with white marking
above: white numbered in contrasting colours
Construction
1.plain
3.armour of galvanized steel wires (for 2,acc to IEC 228
annealed copper conductor,class
2.cross-linked
cross-sections polyethylene XLPE acc. IEC
£25 mm² circular,above flat) 502
with counter helix of galvanized steel tape
4.extruded polyvinyl chloride PVC, compound type ST2 acc. to IEC 502,grey

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


2cores: black, blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
3cores:
4cores: black, black,
blue, blue,black
brown, brownwith white installation systems. Suitable for indoor and outdoor
marking installation, in dry and wet locations with aggressive
chemical
5cores: black, blue, brown, black, black with white markingsubstances, for direct burial.
above: black, numbered in contrasting colours

Construction
1.stranded copper conductor calss2
2.PVC insulation
3.armour of galvanized round steel wires
4.pvc outer sheath,inner sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
installation systems.

Construction
1.stranded copper conductor calss2 5.aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with
2.PVC insulation the drain wire
3.armour of galvanized round steel wires
4.pvc outer sheath,inner sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


black For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
installation systems.
Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2
2.EPR insulation
3.Halogen free bedding
4.pvc outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue For offshore platforms

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2
2.PE insulation
3.pvc outer sheath
4. Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with drain wire

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue for low voltages lines

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2
2.PE insulation
3.pvc outer sheath
4. Aluminium laminated tape

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue For petrochemical installations

Construction
1.solid copper conductor calss1
2.PVC insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Double steel tape armour
Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks
Blue For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2 5.copper tape screen
2.XLPE insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Tinned copper wire braid

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Flexiable copper conductor calss5 5.Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with
2.PVC insulation the drain wire
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Galvanised steel wire braided

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


green For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Solid copper conductor calss1 5.Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with
2.PVC insulation the drain wire
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Galvanised round steel wire armour

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Red For low voltages lines
Construction
1.Solid copper conductor calss1
2.PE insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Galvanised Flat steel wire braided

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Grey For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Flexiable copper conductor calss5
2.PE insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Galvanised Flat steel wire braided

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Solid copper conductor calss1 5.halogen-free acc. to IEC 754-2
2.PE insulation
3.Halogen free fire retardant outer sheath
4. Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with drain wire

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Red For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2 5.halogen-free acc. to IEC 754-2
2.PE insulation
3.Halogen free fire retardant outer sheath
4. Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with drain wire

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Green For low voltages lines
For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2
2.EPR insulation
3.Halogen free fire retardant inner sheath,Halogen free ethylene vinyl acetate
4. Tinned copper wire braided

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Grey Halogen free cables for offshore platforms

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2
2.XLPE insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC bedding
4. Tinned copper wire braided

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Grey for Ship wiring cables

Construction
1.Tinned solid copper conductor calss1
2.PVC insulation
3.PVC outer sheath
4. Aluminium laminated synthetic foil in contact with drain wire

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Green For low voltages lines

Construction
1.solid copper conductor calss1
2.Cross linked polyethylene(XLPE) insulation
3.PE outer sheath
4. Aluminium tape laminated

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks
Black For low voltages lines

Construction
1.solid copper conductor calss1 5. Lead alloy E sheath
2.PE insulation
3.PVC outer sheath,PVC inner sheath
4.Galvanised round steel wire armour

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Black For low voltages lines

Construction
1.Tinned stranded copper conductor calss2 5.Galvanised steel wire braided
2.PE insulation
3.Copper wire braided
4.pvc outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Blue For power distribution and controlling in low voltage
installation systems.

INSULATION CROSS SECTIONS

XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20

INSULATION CROSS SECTIONS


XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
XLPE 1UPTO 20
Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PVC insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For internal wiring of equipment and protected
installation in and on luminaries. Also for installation
conduit on and under plaster, but only for signaling
system. In damp, wet, location, outdoor, in area with
fire and explosion hazard-not permitted.
Green-yellow, Black, Light blue, Brown, Grey,
White, Red, or other

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


For internal wiring of equipment and protected
installation in and on luminaries. Also for installation
conduit on and under plaster, but only for signaling
system. In damp, wet, location, outdoor, in area with
fire and explosion hazard-not permitted.
Green-yellow, Black, Light blue, Brown, Grey,
White, Red, or other

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor,plain or tinned
2. Silicone-rubber insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks
For internal wiring of equipment, switching systems
and other.
White, or other Working temperature 180° C.

Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PVC insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In conduits on or under plaster /only in plastic
conduit in bathrooms and shower compartments in
dwellings and hotels/ and for open installation or
insulators over plaster beyond arm's reach. In
equipment switchboards and distribution boards
and or on luminaries with rated voltage of up to
1000 V a.c. or 750 V d.c. to earth. For use in rail
vehicles the d.c. operation voltage may be up to
900 V to earth.
Green-yellow, Black, Light blue, Brown, Grey,
White, Red, or other Outdoors installation - not permited.

Construction
1. Stranged copper conductor
2. PVC insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In conduits on or under plaster /only in plastic
conduit in bathrooms and shower compartments in
dwellings and hotels/ and for open installation or
insulators over plaster beyond arm's reach. In
equipment switchboards and distribution boards
and or on luminaries with rated voltage of up to
1000 V a.c. or 750 V d.c. to earth. For use in rail
vehicles the d.c. operation voltage may be up to
900 V to earth.
Green-yellow, Black, Light blue, Brown, Grey,
White, Red, or other Outdoors installation - not permited.

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In conduits on or under plaster /only in plastic
conduit in bathrooms and shower compartments in
dwellings and hotels/ and for open installation or
insulators over plaster beyond arm's reach. In
equipment switchboards and distribution boards
and or on luminaries with rated voltage of up to
1000 V a.c. or 750 V d.c. to earth. For use in rail
vehicles the d.c. operation voltage may be up to
900 V to earth.
Green-yellow, Black, Light blue, Brown, Grey,
White, Red, or other Outdoors installation - not permited.

Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In on or under plaster including installations in
bathrooms and shower compartment in dwellings
and hotels. Without plaster covering in cavities of
White, Natural ceilings and walls of non flammable materials. Not
permited in wooden houses or buildings used for

Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductor
2. Extruded filler
3. PVC insulation
4. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


On, in and under plaster.

Gray

Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductors
2. XLPE insulation, type 2XI1
3. Halogen free filling compound
4. Flame retardant sheath, type HM2

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, moist, and wet location, for permanent
installation above, on, in and beneath plaster as
well as in masonry walls and concrete with the
exeption of direct embedding in vibration-contacted
and tamped concrete, as well as for outdoor
aplication. These cables halogen free cables are
White, Gray, or other installed at airports, hospitals, multiple-stores

Construction
1. Solid or stranded copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. Extruded filler
4. Lead sheath
5. PVC outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, damp, and wet location, and outdoors. On, in
and under plaster, but not in bathrooms and shower
compartments in hotels. This type is preferred for
Gray use where high safety is demanded - chemical
work, heavy industry mining installation and other.

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry locations /homes, offices/, for light electrical
equipment with low mecanical stresses.
Black, White
Insulation
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
1.95 0.6
2.15 0.6
1.95 0.6
2.15 0.6

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry locations /homes, offices/, for light electrical
equipment with low mecanical stresses.
Black, White

Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
1.95 0.6
2.15 0.6
(RUSSIA) HO3VVH2-F 60227 IEC 52 NO. C X Sq.mm 300 / 300V GOST (Marking) TH02 CHAU'S

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry locations, for domestic and cooking
appliances also in damp and wet locations. For
connecting electrical appliances with medium
Black, White mechanical stresses.
Insulation Jacket
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
2.35 0.8
2.55 0.8
2.9 0.8
3 0.8
3.65 1
2.35 0.8
2.55 0.8
3.05 0.8
3 0.9
3.65 1.1

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. PVC sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry locations, for domestic and cooking
appliances also in damp and wet locations. For
connecting electrical appliances with medium
Black, White mechanical stresses.

Insulation Jacket
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
2.35 0.8
2.5 0.8
ST (RUSSIA) H05VVH2-F 60227 IEC 53 No. C X Sq.mm 300 / 500V GOST( Marking) TH02 CHAU'S
Insulation
Nom.Diam.
(mm)
2.80 x 5.50

Insulation Jacket
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
2.35 0.8
2.55 0.8
2.35 0.8
2.55 0.8
KEUR CHAU\'S

Insulation Jacket
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
2.2 0.7
2.35 0.6
2.55 0.6

Insulation Jacket
Nom.Diam. Nom.Thick.
(mm) (mm)
2.4 0.9
2.75 0.9
3.15 0.9
Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor tinned
2. EPR insulation
3. Polychloroprene sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry and wet locations and outdoors. For
connecting electrical appliances and tools with low
mechanical stresses.

Black

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor tinned
2. EPR insulation
3. Synthetic elastomer inner sheath /in some
cases/
4. Polychloroprene outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry and wet locations and outdoors. In
agricultural operating areas and those subject to fire
hazard. For connecting electrical appliances and
tools, including industrial equipment with medium
mechanical stresses.

Black

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor /class 6/
2. Separator
3. Polychloroprene sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, damp and wet locations and outdoors. For
very high mechanical stresses as machine and
Black hand welding cables.

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor tinned
2. EPR insulation
3. Inner covering
4. Polychloroprene outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Shipboard power cable for permanent installation in
any room and below the upper metal deck.

Black

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor tinned
2. EPR insulation
3. Inner covering
4. Separating foil
5. Copper wire braid
6. Polychloroprene outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


Shipboard power cable for permanent installation in
any room and below the upper metal deck. The
copper wire braid also as mechanical protection and
in the event of a fault provides touch protection. For
this purpose both ends must be securely earthed by
screws.
Black

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor plain or tinned
2. Silicone-rubber insulation
3. Silicone-rubber sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, damp and wet locations and outdoors. For
low mechanical stresses and ambient temperature.

Red, Black or other


Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor tinned
2. Semiconductive tape
3. EPR insulation
4. Polychloroprene outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry rooms, in conduits and closed installations
ducts as well as for connecting moving parts. In
switching systems and distribution for low voltage
networks up to 1000 V as short circuit and
inherently earth-fault-proof.
Black

Construction
1. Stranded copper conductor tinned
2. Extruded, rubber based semiconductive
screen over conductor
3. EPR insulation
4. Extruded, rubber based semiconductive
screen insulation
5. Extruded, rubber based semiconductive
inner sheath
6. Polychloroprene outer sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, wet and moist locations with an associated
explosion hazard, at building sites, in industrial
workshops, open face mining, in quarries and
others. In power supplies for connecting large
equipment which may be moved, for extremely high
mechanical loads such as excavators, loading
bridges, portal cranes, construction equipment as
well as for supplying power to heavy duty hosting
equipment, transport and conveyor systems, power
supplies for building, bridging mains network
sections in cases of power failure and for similar
applications.

Black

Construction
1. Flexible copper conductor tinned
2. EPR insulation
3. EPR sheath

Standard colours of insulation or sheath Application and Remarks


In dry, location /homes, kitchens, office.For
connecting electrical appliances with low
mechanical stresses

Black
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- conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
ds mechanical loads during laying and installation.
ngle cable method B according to VDE 0472 part 804.
conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 5pC.
s mechanical loads during laying and installation.
cable method B according to VDE 0472 part 804.

conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo<2pC.
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conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
s mechanical loads during laying and installation.
conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
s mechanical loads during laying and installation.
le cable method B according to VDE 0472 part 804.

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- conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 5pC.
ds mechanical loads during laying and installation.
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- conductive layer and the technological process of simultaneous triple extrusion provide low level of partial discharges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
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NUMBER
OF CORES APPLICATIONS
POWER CABLE FOR POWER NETWORKS,GROUND,AIR
1 DUCTS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

NUMBER
OF CORES APPLICATIONS
POWER CABLE FOR POWER NETWORKS,GROUND,AIR
1 DUCTS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Jacket
Nom.Diam.
(mm)
5.3
5.6
5.4
6

Jacket
Nom.Diam.
(mm)
3.5 X 5.7
3.6 X 5.8
Nom.Diam.
(mm)
6.3
6.8
7.4
7.8
9.3
7
7.2
8.15
8.3
10.1

Nom.Diam.
(mm)
4.10 x 6.50
4.35 x 7.00
S
Nom.Diam.
(mm)
6.4
6.8
7
7.2

Nom.Diam.
(mm)
3.75 x 6.00
4.20 x 6.60
4.40 x 6.90

Nom.Diam.
(mm)
4.50 x 6.60
4.90 x 7.40
5.30 x 8.00
arges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
ges at 2Uo < 5pC.

ges at 2Uo<2pC.

ges at 2Uo < 2 pC.


ges at 2Uo < 2 pC.

arges at 2Uo < 5pC.

ges at 2Uo<2pC.
arges at 2Uo < 2 pC.
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A-PMzbc similar
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. Paper insulation
Low frequency cable, 3. Cores twisted in star quad
paper insulated, lead 4. Paper tapes
A-PMzbc similar
sheathed and steel 5. Lead sheath with antimony content
tapes armour 6. Bedding from bitum and impregnated cable paper
7. Armour made of two steel tapes
8. Steath made of sinthetic threads, bitum and chalk

Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


3 x 4 to 0.9
VDE 0816 114 x 4 1.2 -

A-PMz similar
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
Low frequency cable, 2. Paper insulation
paper insulated, lead A-PMz similar 3. Cores twisted in star quad
sheathed 4. Paper tapes
5. Lead sheath with antimony content
Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


3 x 4 to 0.9
VDE 0816 114 x 4 1.2 -

A-2Y/L/2Y similar
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PE insulation
Telecommunication 3. Cores twisted in star quad
cable, for local A-2Y/L/2Y similar 4. Plastic tapes
networks 5. Plastic coated aluminium foil with copper drain wire - static
screen over the cable core
6. PE outher sheath
Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


6 x 2 to 0.32
1200x 2 0.4
0.5

VDE 0816 Black


0.6
VDE 0816 0.7 Black

A-2YF/L/2Y similar
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PE insulation
Telecommunication 3. Cores twisted in star quad
cable, for local A-2YF/L/2Y similar 4. Petrojelly filling
networks 5. Paper tape
6. Plastic coated aluminium foil applied longitudinally
7. PE outher sheath
Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


6 x 2 to 0.4
200 x 2 0.5
6x2 0.6
VDE 0816 100 x 2 0.7 Black

A-02YSF/L/2Y similar
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. Foam skin PE insulation
Telecommunication 3. Cores twisted in star quad
A-02YSF/L/2Y 4. Petrojelly filling
cable, for local
similar
networks 5. Paper tape
6. Plastic coated aluminium foil applied longitudinally
7. PE outher sheath
Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


6 x 2 to 0.4
200 x 2 0.5
6x2 0.6
VDE 0816 100 x 2 0.7 Black

J-Y/St/ Y…Lg
Type Type designation Construction
1. Solid copper conductor
2. PVC insulation
3. Cores twisted in pairs
Installation telephone 4. Plastic tape
J-Y/St/ Y…Lg
cables
5. Plastic coated aluminium foil with copper drain wire - static
screen over the cable core
6. PVC outher sheath
Conductors

Standard Standard colours of insulation or sheath


Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath

1 x 2 to 0.6
VDE 0815 100 x 2 0.8 Gray

FTP 4x2x0,5
Type Type designation Construction
1. conductor: solid copper, diameter 0,5 mm
2. diameter over insulation 0,96 mm
Data transmission 3. total number of pairs 4
FTP 4x2x0,5
cables 4. stranded cable core longitudinally taped with 2 tapes, providing a 30% overl
5. mylar tape 25mm width, 23µm thickness
6. Al/PE tape with adge folding with aluminium inside, 25mm width, 50÷70µm t
Conductors 7. drain wire of soft tinned Cu wire, diameter 0,5 mm, longitudinally appliet betw

Standard Number Diameter 8. gray PVC sheath


4x2 0.5 9. max cable diameter 5,6 mm
IEC-11801/1995 10. sheath printed: BFK SA Cable FTP 4x2x0,5 Cat.5, "B", rm

STP 4x2x0,5
Type Type designation Construction
1. conductor: solid copper, diameter 0,5 mm
2. diameter over insulation 0,96 mm
Data transmission 3. total number of pairs 4
STP 4x2x0,5
cables 4. stranded cable core longitudinally taped with 2 tapes, providing a 30% overl
5. mylar tape 25mm width, 23µm thickness
6. Al/PE tape with adge folding with aluminium inside, 25mm width, 50÷70µm t
Conductors 7. additionally cable core braided with CuSn wires

Standard Number Diameter 8. drain wire of soft tinned Cu wire, diameter 0,5 mm, longitudinally appliet betw
4x2 0.5 9. gray PVC sheath
IEC-11801/1995 10. max cable diameter 7,0 mm
11. sheath printed: BFK SA Cable STP 4x2x0,5 Cat.5, "B", rm

UTP 4x2x0,5
Type Type designation Construction
1. conductor: solid copper, diameter 0,5 mm
2. diameter over insulation 0,96 mm
3. total number of pairs 4
UTP 4x2x0,5
4. gray PVC sheath
5. max cable diameter 5,3 mm
- 6. sheath printed: BFK SA Cable UTP 4x2x0,5 Cat.5, "B", rm
Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


4x2 0.5 --
IEC-11801/1995
IEC-11801/1995

PK
Type Type designation Construction
1. The coaxial cables consist of an inner copper conductorwhich is plain or stran
2. PE insulation
RF, TV and SAT 3. Screen of copper braid or Al-tape with copper braid
coaxial cables - 50om PK
4.PVC outer sheath
and 75om

Conductors

Standard Number Diameter Standard colours of insulation or sheath


1 1 - 1.67 --
EMKA-TC 14.002-94

RG 58C/U, RG 213U
Type Type designation Construction
1. Nominal impedance - 50om
2. Nominal capacitance - 101 pF/m
3. Max. attenuation at 200 MHz - 10.2 dB/100m
Coaxial cables RG 58C/U, RG 213U

Conductors Standard colours of insulation or sheath

Standard Number Diameter


--
MIL-C-17 1 3.14

TWAVB Lg
Type Type designation Construction
1.copper conductor
2.PE insulation
3.armouring:steel wire/steel tape
TWAVB Lg
4. pvc outer sheath,colour grey

Conductors Standard colours of insulation or sheath

Standard Number Diameter


--
NBN 751/68
Construction

Application and Remarks


In excavations for all types of soils, with small tension exertions and
inclination of the area less than 45 degree.

Construction

Application and Remarks


In collectors, channels or tubes.

Construction

Application and Remarks


Outdoor distribution ducted or direct buired telephone cable.
Outdoor distribution ducted or direct buired telephone cable.

Construction

Application and Remarks


Outdoor telephone cable for underground installation in cable ducts
and conduits, as well as interior installation the use of these cables
for power applications is not permitted.

Construction

Application and Remarks


Outdoor telephone cable for underground installation in cable ducts
and conduits, as well as interior installation the use of these cables
for power applications is not permitted.

Construction

Application and Remarks


Application and Remarks
Indoor telephone cables transmit analogue or digital signals and are
intended for static installation. In communications engineering the
following connections can for example made: telephone, fax, telex,
or standart modems, intruder alarm systems, entry control, time
recording, operating data acquisition.

Construction

h 2 tapes, providing a 30% overlap:

inside, 25mm width, 50÷70µm thickness

Application and Remarks


- patch cord
- horizontal cables
- backbone cables

Construction

h 2 tapes, providing a 30% overlap:

inside, 25mm width, 50÷70µm thickness

Application and Remarks


- patch cord
- horizontal cables
- backbone cables
5 Cat.5, "B", rm

Construction

Cat.5, "B", rm

Application and Remarks


- patch cord
- horizontal cables
- horizontal cables
- backbone cables

Construction
conductorwhich is plain or stranded

Application and Remarks


They can be used for high frequency or control and measuring
equipment and for TV antennas and SAT

Construction

Application and Remarks


Coaxial cables are used in high frequency transmission, especially
for transmitters amd receivers, computers, radio amd TV
transmissions. The varied mechanical, thermal and electronic
properties of coaxial cables meam that they can be used up into the

Construction

Application and Remarks


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PEI/OSCR/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)Yfl
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)Yfl
screened,PVC served

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet loca
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/PSCR/OSCR/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)Yfl PiMF
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)Yfl PiMF
screened,PVC served
Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall
RE-2Y(St)Yfl PiMF
screened,PVC served

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/OSCR/PE/SWB/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signal and digital signals in and around process control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locati
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6
PEI/OSCR/PE/SWA/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)2YSWAYfl
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)2YSWAYfl
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet loca
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/PSCR/OSCR/PE/SWA/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)2YSWAfl PiMF
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)2YSWAfl PiMF
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/PSCR/OSCR/PE/SWB/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl PiMF
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl PiMF
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/OSCR/PVC/LC/PVC/SWA/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)YMZYSWAYfl
Type Type designation
Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall
RE-2Y(St)YMZYSWAYfl
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED,lead sheath

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/PSCR/OSCR/PVC/LC/PVC/SWA/PVC/FRRT,RE-2Y(St)YMZYSWAYfl PiMF
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated, overall


RE-2Y(St)YMZYSWAYfl PiMF
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED,lead sheath
screened,PVC served,ARMOURED,lead sheath

Application and Remarks


For 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. To IEC 332 part 1
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/MS/HDPE/NC/SWA/HDPE, RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,HDPE
served,ARMOURED,laminated sheathed,polyamide RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y
sheathed

Application and Remarks


for 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control mainly used for direct burial, chemical,roden
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,Hydrocarbon resistant cable type

Thicknes
s
of
Conductor size insulation
Number OF PAIRS (mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/PSCR/MS/HDPE/NC/SWA/HDPE, RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y PiMF


Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,HDPE
served,ARMOURED,laminated sheathed,polyamide RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y PiMF
sheathed

Application and Remarks


for 4 - 20 mA analogous signals and digital signals in and around process control with improved reduction of internal interferen
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,Hydrocarbon resistant cable type
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/OSCR/PVC/FRRT, RE-2Y(St)Yfl
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Overall
RE-2Y(St)Yfl
screened,PVC served
Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Overall
RE-2Y(St)Yfl
screened,PVC served

Application and Remarks


For RTD measurement in and around process control; used in dry and wet industrial locations, not recommended for direct bu
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. to IEC 332 part 1
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/OSCR/PE/SWB/PVC/FRRT ,RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Overall
RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl
screened,PVC served,armoured
Application and Remarks
For RTD measurement in and around process control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial withou
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. to IEC 332 part 1

Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/TSCR/OSCR/PE/SWB/PVC/FRRT, RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl TiMF


Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Overall
RE-2Y(St)2YQYfl TiMF
screened,PVC served,armoured

Application and Remarks


For RTD measurement in and around process control with a high quality reduction of internal interferences; indoor and outdoo
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. to IEC 332 part 1
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/MS/HDPE/NC/SWA/HDPE ,RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Polyamide
RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y
screened,HDPE served,armoured,laminated sheath

Application and Remarks


for RTD measurement in and around process control mainly used for direct burial, chemical, rodent and termite resistant
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,Hydrocarbon resistant cable type

Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.13 0.6
2 1/1.13 0.6
PEI/TSCR/MS/HDPE/NC/SWA/HDPE ,RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y TiMF
Type Type designation

Instrumentation cable,PE-insulated,Polyamide
RE-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y TiMF
screened,HDPE served,armoured,laminated sheath

Application and Remarks


for RTD measurement in and around process control with high quality reduction of internal interferences, mainly used for direc
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,Hydrocarbon resistant cable type

Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
30 1/0.8 0.5
50 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
2 1/1.13 0.6

PEI/OSCR/PVC/FRRT KCB, RT-2Y(St)Yfl KCB


Type Type designation

T/C Compensating cable,PE-insulated, overall


RT-2Y(St)Yfl KCB
screened,PVC served
T/C Compensating cable,PE-insulated, overall
RT-2Y(St)Yfl KCB
screened,PVC served

Application and Remarks


For thermovoltage transmission of type K thermocouples in and around process control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and we
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. to IEC 332 part 1

Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.29 0.5

PEI/OSCR/PE/SWB/PVC/FRRT KCB, RT-2Y(St)2YQYfl KCB


Type Type designation

T/C Compensating cable,PE-insulated, overall


RT-2Y(St)2YQYfl KCB
screened,PVC served,armoured

Application and Remarks


For thermovoltage transmission of type K thermocouples in and around process control, indoor and outdoor use in dry and we
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,flame retardant acc. to IEC 332 part 1
Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.29 0.5

PEI/MS/HDPE/NC/SWA/HDPE KCB , RT-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y KCB


Type Type designation

T/C Compensating cable,PE-insulated,laminated


RT-2Y(L)2Y4YSWA2Y KCB
sheathed,polyamide sheathed,armoured,HDPE served

Application and Remarks


For thermovoltage transmission of type K thermocouples in and around process contro, mainly used for for direct burial,chemic
Geometrical DATA ,RATED VOLTAGE:300/500V,Hydrocarbon resistant cable type

Thicknes
s
of
insulation
Number OF PAIRS Conductor size(mm) (mm)
Cross section 0.5 mm2
10 1/0.8 0.5
20 1/0.8 0.5
Cross section 1 mm2
1 1/1.29 0.5
INSTRUMENTATION CABLE

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or
1.0 mm²
2.polyethylene:type 03 acc. to BS 6234
3.aluminium bonded polyester tape over a
tinned copper drain wire of 0.5 mm²
4.SHEATH:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, black or blue

rol; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, not recommended for direct burial

Thickness
of sheath(mm) overall diameter(mm)

1.2 14.4
1.3 18.8
1.3 22.5
1.5 28.5

0.8 6.4
0.8 7.6

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, green or blue
rol with improved reduction of internal interferences; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, not recommended for direct burial

Thickness
of sheath(mm) overall diameter(mm)

1.2 16.8
1.3 22.3
1.5 27.2
2 35.1

1.1 11.9

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, BLACK or blue
5.Armour:galvanized steel wire braid with at
least 80% coverage over a stranded tinned
copper drain wire with the same cross section
as the conductors

ol; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive chemical substances

Thickness
of BEDDING(mm) DIA OVERALL BEDDING

1.2 14.4
1.3 18.8
1.3 22.3
1.5 28.5

0.8 6.4
0.8 8
Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, green or blue
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442

rol; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive chemical substances

Thickness
of BEDDING(mm) DIA OVERALL BEDDING

1.2 14.4
1.3 18.8
1.3 22.5
1.5 28.5

0.8 6.4
0.8 8.1

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, green or blue
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442

rol with improved reduction of internal interferences, indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive che
Thickness
of BEDDING(mm) DIA OVERALL BEDDING

1.2 16.9
1.3 22.3
1.5 27.2
2 35.1

1.1 11.9

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, black or blue
5.Armour:galvanized steel wire braid with at
least 80% coverage over a stranded tinned
copper drain wire with the same cross section
as the conductors

rol with improved reduction of internal interferences, indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive che

Thickness
of BEDDING(mm) DIA OVERALL BEDDING

1.2 16.9
1.3 22.3
1.5 27.2
2 35.1

1.1 11.8

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, Green or blue
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Metal sheath:lead alloy, type E acc. to BS
801

rol with improved reduction of internal interferences, indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial with agressive chemic

Thickness of lead sheath(mm) dia overall lead(mm)

1.1 17.1
1.3 21.9
1.4 25.6
1.5 31.9

1.1 9.3
1.1 10.3

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.OVERALL SCREEN:aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm2
4.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 sector 4.1, Green or blue
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Metal sheath:lead alloy, type E acc. to BS
801
rol with improved reduction of internal interferences, indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial with agressive chemic

Thickness of lead sheath(mm) dia overall lead(mm)

1.2 19.8
1.4 25.6
1.5 30.5
1.8 39

1.1 14.7

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234

3.Protective sheath:heat stabilized


polyamide, thickness: 0.5 mm, coloured black
4.Outer sheath:high density polyethylene,
coloured black
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442

ol mainly used for direct burial, chemical,rodent and termite resistant

thickness of HDPE of laminated


sheath(mm) Dia under armour(mm)

1 16.4
1 20.6
1 24
1 29.7
1 9.1
1 10

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234

3.Protective sheath:heat stabilized


polyamide, thickness: 0.5 mm, coloured black
4.Outer sheath:high density polyethylene,
coloured black
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Colour code:black/blue, numbered by tape
acc. to BS 5308
7.Pair screen:aluminium bonded polyester
tape over a tinned copper drain wire of
0.5 mm² with two separator tapes over the
screening tape

ol with improved reduction of internal interferences, mainly used for direct burial, chemical, rodent and termite resistant

thickness of HDPE of laminated


sheath(mm) Dia under armour(mm)

1 19.5
1 24
1 28.3
1 35.2

1 13.8

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:black, white, red, continuously
numbered for multitriples
4.Overall screen:screen of aluminium bonded
polyester tape over a tinned copper drain wire
of 0.5 mm²
5.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, black or blue (for intrinsically
safe systems)

ustrial locations, not recommended for direct burial

Overall
thickness of Sheath(mm) DIA (MM)

1.2 16.4
1.3 21.2
1.5 25.9
1.7 32.8

0.8 7
1.1 11.6

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:black, white, red, continuously
numbered for multitriples
4.Overall screen:aluminium bonded polyester
tape over a tinned copper drain wire of 0.5
mm²
5.Armour:galvanized steel wire braid with at
least 80% coverage over a stranded
tinned copper drain wire with the same cross
section as the conductors
6.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, black or blue (for
intrinsically safe systems)
7.Bedding:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to BS
6234, black
in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive chemical substances

thickness of bedding dia over bedding


(mm) (mm)

1.2 16.4
1.3 21.2
1.5 25.9
1.7 32.8

0.8 7
1.1 11.6

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:black, white, red, numbered by
tape
4.Overall screen:aluminium bonded polyester
tape over a tinned copper drain wire of 0.5
mm²
5.Armour:galvanized steel wire braid with at
least 80% coverage over a stranded
tinned copper drain wire with the same cross
section as the conductors
6.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, black or blue (for
intrinsically safe systems)
7.Bedding:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to BS
6234, black

ion of internal interferences; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive chemical substances
thickness of bedding dia over bedding
(mm) (mm)

1.3 19.5
1.5 25.5
1.7 30.9
2 39.3

1.2 13.3

Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:black, white, red, continuously
numbered for multitriples

4.Protective sheath:heat stabilized


polyamide, thickness: 0.5 mm, coloured black
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Outer sheath:high density polyethylene,
coloured black

ial, chemical, rodent and termite resistant

Thickness of HDPE of the laminated


sheath(mm) dia under armour(mm)

1 18.3
1 22.9
1 27
1 33.5

1 9.4
1 13.7
Construction
1.Conductor:solid plain annealed copper
wires with a cross section of 0.5 mm² or 1.0
mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:black, white, red, numbered by
tape

4.Protective sheath:heat stabilized


polyamide, thickness: 0.5 mm, coloured black
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Outer sheath:high density polyethylene
sheath, coloured black

n of internal interferences, mainly used for direct burial, chemical, rodent and termite resistant

Thickness of HDPE of the laminated


sheath(mm) dia under armour(mm)

1 21
1 26.5
1 31.6
1 39.4

1 15.2

Construction
1.Conductor:solid compensating wires type
KCB acc. to IEC 584 part 3 with a cross
section of 0.5 mm² or 1.3 mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:(+) green, (-) white,
continuously numbered for multipair cables
4.Overall screen:aluminium bonded polyester
tape over a tinned copper drain wire of 0.5
mm²
5.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, green or blue with a
green tracer (for intrinsically safe systems)

s control; indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, not recommended for direct burial

Thickness of sheath(mm) overall diameter(mm)

1.2 14.4
1.3 18.8

1 6.9

Construction
1.Conductor:solid compensating wires type
KCB acc. to IEC 584 part 3 with a cross
section of 0.5 mm² or 1.3 mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:(+) green, (-) white,
continuously numbered for multipair cables
4.Bedding:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to BS
6234, black
5.Armour:galvanized steel wire braid with at
least 80% coverage over a stranded
tinned copper drain wire with the same cross
section as the conductors
6.Sheath:polyvinylchloride, TM1 acc. to BS
7655 section 4.1, green or blue with a
green tracer (for intrinsically safe systems)

s control, indoor and outdoor use in dry and wet locations, for direct burial without agressive chemical substances
Thickness of bedding(mm) Dia over bedding

1.2 14.4
1.3 18.8

0.8 6.4

Construction
1.Conductor:solid compensating wires type
KCB acc. to IEC 584 part 3 with a cross
section of 0.5 mm² or 1.3 mm²
2.INSULATION:polyethylene, type 03 acc. to
BS 6234
3.Colour code:(+) green, (-) white,
continuously numbered for multipair cables

4.Protective sheath:heat stabilized


polyamide, thickness: 0.5 mm, coloured black
5.Armour:galvanized round steel wires acc. to
BS 1442
6.Outer sheath:high density polyethylene,
coloured green

s contro, mainly used for for direct burial,chemical, rodent and termite resistant

Thickness of HDPE of the laminated


sheath(mm) Dia under armour(mm)

1 16.4
1 20.6

1 9.1
ecommended for direct burial

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

0.3 1.6 19.8


0.3 1.7 24.4
0.3 1.7 27
0.3 2 34.2

0.3 1.3 10.3


0.3 1.4 13.4
THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

1.25 1.6 20.1


1.6 1.7 25.4
1.6 1.8 29.3
1.6 2 35.7

0.9 1.3 10.8


0.9 1.4 12.4

irect burial without agressive chemical substances


THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

1.25 1.7 22.8


1.6 1.8 29.1
1.6 1.9 34.2
2 2.2 43.5

0.9 1.5 16.7

irect burial without agressive chemical substances

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

0.3 1.7 21.7


0.3 1.8 27.2
0.3 1.9 32.3
0.3 2.2 40.8

0.3 1.5 16.1


irect burial with agressive chemical substances

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

1.6 1.7 25.7


1.6 1.8 30.7
1.6 1.9 34.6
2 2.1 42.5

0.9 1.4 15.5


0.9 1.5 16.9
irect burial with agressive chemical substances

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

1.6 1.7 28.4


2 1.9 35.8
2 2 40.9
2.5 2.3 51.4

1.25 1.6 22

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH Overall
DIA(MM) (MM) DIA (MM)

1.6 1.7 23
1.6 1.8 27.4
1.6 1.9 31
1.6 2.1 37.4
0.9 1.4 13.7
0.9 1.4 14.8

mite resistant

THICKN.
ARMOUR WIRE SHEATH( Overall
DIA(MM) MM) DIA (MM)

1.6 1.7 27.3


1.6 1.8 30.8
1.6 1.9 35.3
2 2.1 43.4

1.25 1.6 19.9


sheath overall
Armour wire dia thickness diameter(
(mm) (mm) mm)

0.3 1.6 20.9


0.3 1.7 25.9
0.3 1.9 31
0.4 2 38.6

0.3 1.3 10.9


0.3 1.5 15.8

ssive chemical substances


sheath overall
Armour wire dia thickness diameter(
(mm) (mm) mm)

0.3 1.7 24.2


0.3 1.8 29.4
0.4 2 36.7
0.4 2.2 45.5

0.3 1.5 17.6

sheath overall
Armour wire dia thickness diameter(
(mm) (mm) mm)

1.6 1.7 24.9


1.6 1.8 29.7
1.6 1.9 34
2 2.1 41.7

0.9 1.4 14
1.25 1.6 19.4
sheath overall
Armour wire dia thickness diameter(
(mm) (mm) mm)

1.6 1.8 27.8


1.6 1.9 33.5
2 2.1 39.8
2 2.3 48

1.25 1.6 20.9


Sheath Overall
Armour Wire thickness diameter(
dia(mm) (mm) mm)

0.3 1.6 19.8


0.3 1.7 24.4

0.3 1.3 10.3

Sheath Overall
Armour Wire thickness diameter(
dia(mm) (mm) mm)

1.6 1.7 23
1.6 1.8 27.4

0.9 1.4 13.7


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Cables with ULSZH Jacket comply with the following standards:


● Fire propagation IEC 332-1 & 332-3
● Flammability IEC 1034
● Smoke Emission IEC 1034
● Acid gas Emission IEC 754-1
● Toxicity NES 713
● Water Absorption IEC 811-1-3
(<2mg/cm2 10 days @ 70 c)
● Mechanical Properties (Tested acc. To IEC 794-1)
Operating Temperature: -40 to + 60 c
ID5C5
VDE Code: I-DQ(ZN)H(SR)H
Armoured fibre optic cable with functional integrity E30
Applications and features:Safety cable for indoor and outdoor use in tunnels, undergrounds or other applications wh
Halogen-free, flame-retardant outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
ID5C5
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 11.5
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 140
Tested according to IEC 60794-1
Flame-retardant according to IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24
Halogen-free according to IEC 60754-2
Low-smoke according to IEC 61034-1/2
Functional integrity according to DIN 4102 part 12

UD500
VDE Code: A/I-DQ(ZN)H
Unitube indoor/outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Universal cable for indoor and outdoor use in ducts or on cable trays.
HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath
Mechanical Specifications
UD500
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 8
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 65
Sheath colour Black
Tested according to IEC 60794-1
Flame-retardant according to IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24
Halogen-free according to IEC 60754-2
Low-smoke according to IEC 61034-1/2

XD500
VDE Code: A/I-DQ(ZN)H
Non-metallic indoor/outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Universal cable for indoor and outdoor use in ducts or on cable trays.
Halogen-free, flame-retardant sheath
Mechanical Specifications
XD500
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 10.5 12
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 110 130
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1
Flame-retardant according to IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24 IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24
Halogen-free according to IEC 60754-2 IEC 60754-2
Low-smoke according to IEC 61034-1/2 IEC 61034-1/2

UD100
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)2Y
Unitube outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable for use in ducts or on cable trays.
polyethylene outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
UD100
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 8
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 50
Tested according to IEC 60794-1

UDG10
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZNB)2Y
Unitube outdoor fibre optic cable, rodent resistant
Applications and features:Outdoor cable for use in ducts or on cable trays
polyethylene outer sheath is used for outdoor application
HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath for indoor/outdoor application
Mechanical Specifications
UDG10
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 9
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 65
Tested according to IEC 60794-1

LF100
VDE Code: A-DF2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
LF100
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 10 11
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 80 110
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

LD100
VDE Code: A-DQ2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitud
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
LD100
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 10 11
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 80 90
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XF100
VDE Code: A-DF(ZN)2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitud
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
XF100
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 11 12
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 95 115
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XD100
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:- Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitu
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
XD100
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 11 12
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 90 105
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XFG10
VDE Code: A-DF(ZNB)2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable, rodent resistant
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Rodent resistant,High pulling force,Suitable for duct install
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
XFG10
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12 13
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 115 140
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XDG10
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)B2Y
Non-metallic outdoor fibre optic cable, rodent resistant
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Rodent resistant,High pulling force,Suitable for duct install
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
XDG10
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 11.5 13
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 105 125
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XF200
VDE Code: A-DF(ZN)(L)2Y
Outdoor fibre optic cable with aluminium moisture barrier
Applications and features:Outdoor structure, with aluminium moisture barrier,Suitable for duct installation by pulling
PE/ALUMINIUM LAMINATED TAPE(ALUPE) Can be used as outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
XF200
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 11 13
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 115 140
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

UDC10
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)(SR)2Y
Armoured unitube fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection,Lon
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
UDC10
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 10.5
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 90
Tested according to IEC 60794-1

UD1C1
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)2Y(SR)2Y
Armoured unitube fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection,Lon
PE/HLFR (halogen-free, flame-retardant) sheath can be used
Mechanical Specifications
UD1C1
Number of fibres from 2 to 24
Tube diameter (mm) 3.5
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12.5
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 125
Tested according to IEC 60794-1

XFC10
VDE Code: A-DF(ZN)(SR)2Y
Armoured outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection
PE OUTER SHEATH
Mechanical Specifications
XFC10
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12.5 14
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1 1
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 130 150
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XDC10
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)(SR)2Y
Armoured outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection
PE OUTER SHEATH
Mechanical Specifications
XDC10
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12.5 14
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 115 140
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XF1C1
VDE Code: A-DF(ZN)2Y(SR)2Y
Armoured outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection
PE OUTER SHEATH
Mechanical Specifications
XF1C1
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tubes (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 14 15.5
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1 1
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 170 200
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

XD1C1
VDE Code: A-DQ(ZN)2Y(SR)2Y
Armoured outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Outdoor cable with corrugated steel tape armour for direct burial and rodent protection
PE outer/inner sheath,steel tape armour
Mechanical Specifications
XD1C1
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Fibre per tubes (max.) 6 12
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 14.5 15.5
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1 1
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 160 185
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

LF1A1
VDE Code: A-DF2Y(ZN)2Y
Non-metallic aerial/underground cable
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for use in underground ducts and for aerial suspe
PE inner sheath,black or red PE outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
LF1A1
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 72
Number of tubes 6 6
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12.5 15
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1 1
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 130 175
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

LD1A1
VDE Code: A-DQ2Y(ZN)2Y
Non-metallic aerial/underground cable
Applications and features:Outdoor, non-metallic structure,Suitable for use in underground ducts and for aerial suspe
PE inner sheath,black or red PE outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
LD1A1
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 72
Number of tubes 6 6
Fibre per tube (max.) 6 12
Cable diameter, approx. (mm) 12.5 15
Inner sheath thickness (mm) 1 1
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 115 155

AD100
VDE Code: A-DQ2Y2Y(T)
Aerial outdoor fibre optic cable
Applications and features:Aerial cable with integrated messenger,Suitable for span lengths up to 100 m,Longitudinall
black or red PE outer sheath
Mechanical Specifications
AD100
Number of fibres up to 36 up to 60
Number of tubes 6 5
Tube diameter (mm) 2.1 2.8
Outer sheath thickness (mm) 1.5 1.5
Diameter over coated messenger (mm) 6 6
Overall dimensions (mm) 10 / 18.5 11.5 / 20
Tested according to IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1
Weight, approx. (kg per km) 145 160
PTIC CABLE
nds or other applications where functional integrity under fire conditions is a must. Can be used in ducts or on cable trays
72 96 120
6 10 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
13 16 18
1.5 1.5 1.5
150 190 235
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1
IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24 IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24 IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24
IEC 60754-2 IEC 60754-2 IEC 60754-2
IEC 61034-1/2 IEC 61034-1/2 IEC 61034-1/2

y pulling or blowing
72 84 96
6 7 8
2.8 2.8 2.8
12 13 14
1.5 1.5 1.5
125 145 160
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

y pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking ge

72 84 96
6 7 8
2.8 2.8 2.8
12 13 14
1.5 1.5 1.5
110 120 140
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

y pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with gel,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
13 14.5 17
1.5 1.5 1.5
135 175 225
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

by pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking g
72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
13 14.5 16
1.5 1.5 1.5
120 150 195
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

orce,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with gel,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotrop

72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
14 16 18
1.5 1.5 1.5
165 205 255
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

orce,Suitable for duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully fille

72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
14 15.5 17.5
1.5 1.5 1.5
145 185 230
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

r duct installation by pulling or blowing,Longitudinally water blocked with gel,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blockin
72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
13 15 17
1.5 1.5 1.5
160 210 260
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

al and rodent protection,Longitudinally water blocked,Central loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

al and rodent protection,Longitudinally water blocked,Central loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

al and rodent protection

72 96 120
6 8 10
2.8 2.8 2.8
14.5 16.5 18
1 1 1
1.5 1.5 1.5
175 220 270
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

al and rodent protection

72 96 120
6 8 10
2.8 2.8 2.8
14.5 16.5 18
1.5 1.5 1.5
160 195 240
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

al and rodent protection

72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
16.5 18.5 20
1 1 1
1.5 1.5 1.5
220 270 325
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

al and rodent protection


72 96 120
6 8 10
12 12 12
2.8 2.8 2.8
16.5 18.5 20
1 1 1
1.5 1.5 1.5
205 250 305
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

d ducts and for aerial suspension,Suitable for span lengths up to 70 m,Longitudinally water blocked with gel,Loose tube, fully fille

84 96 120
7 8 10
12 12 12
16 16.5 18.5
1 1 1
1.5 1.5 1.5
185 220 270
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

d ducts and for aerial suspension,Suitable for span lengths up to 80 m,Longitudinally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose

84 96 120
7 8 10
12 12 12
16 16.5 18.5
1 1 1
1.5 1.5 1.5
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1
165 195 240

hs up to 100 m,Longitudinally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel
72 or 96
8
3
1.5
6
16 / 24.5
IEC 60794-1
220
st. Can be used in ducts or on cable trays
144
16
2.8
20
1.5
285
IEC 60794-1
IEC 60332-1 & 60332-3-24
IEC 60754-2
IEC 61034-1/2
120 144
10 12
2.8 2.8
16 18
1.5 1.5
210 260
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

ube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

120 144
10 12
2.8 2.8
16 18
1.5 1.5
180 220
IEC 60794-1 IEC 60794-1

with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
12
2.8
18
1.5
270
IEC 60794-1

tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel


144
12
12
2.8
18
1.5
240
IEC 60794-1

ked with gel,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
12
2.8
20
1.5
310
IEC 60794-1

ked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
12
2.8
19.5
1.5
280
IEC 60794-1

ose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel


144
12
12
2.8
19
1.5
310
IEC 60794-1

led with thixotropic water-blocking gel

led with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
2.8
20
1
1.5
330
IEC 60794-1

144
12
2.8
20
1.5
290
IEC 60794-1

144
12
12
2.8
22
1
1.5
385
IEC 60794-1
144
12
12
2.8
22
1
1.5
360
IEC 60794-1

nally water blocked with gel,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
12
20.5
1
1.5
320
IEC 60794-1

nally water blocked with swelling elements,Loose tube, fully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel

144
12
12
20.5
1
1.5
IEC 60794-1
290

ully filled with thixotropic water-blocking gel


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A. SINGLE CORE CABLES/W


CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY IN A
In Air
PVC Insulated XLPE Insulate
Nominal Area
of Conductor Copper Aluminium Copper
Sqmm
Unarmoure Armoure Unarmoure Armour Unarmour
d d d ed ed
1.5 21 - - - 23
2.5 28 - - - 31
4 38 - - - 41

6 48 - - - 52
10 66 - - - 71
16 88 - 68 - 95

25 117 - 91 - 127
35 144 - 112 - 156
50 175 186 136 146 190

95 276 284 215 224 301


120 322 327 250 258 352

150 370 368 287 292 405


70 222 232 173 184 242
185 428 416 333 333 470
240 513 483 400 390 565

300 592 541 461 440 653


400 696 595 546 497 769
500 813 659 641 561 901

630 955 726 778 642 1080


800 1125 773 911 696 1247
1000 1286 834 1051 760 1428
*** l.a.1 l.a.1 l.a.1 l.a.1 l.a.1
LOW VOLTAGE CABLES 600/1000 V
COPPER OR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR
PVC OR XLPE INSULATED CABLES
B. TWO CORE ARMOURED CABLES

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY IN A


In Air In Ground
Nominal Area
PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated PVC Insulated
of Conductor
Sqmm Aluminiu Alumini
Copper Copper Copper
m um
1.5 20 - 21 - 29
2.5 27 - 28 - 38
4 35 - 37 - 49

6 45 - 47 - 61
10 62 - 63 - 81
16 81 59 84 65 104

25 108 78 113 87 133


35 130 95 137 106 160
50 154 114 165 128 188

70 194 143 206 161 230


95 238 175 254 198 275
120 273 201 293 228 312

150 309 228 332 259 348


185 353 262 380 298 392
240 414 308 447 351 451

300 468 348 506 399 503


400 539 405 578 462 566
*** l.b.1 l.b.1 l.b.1 l.b.1 ll.b.1
LOW VOLTAGE CABLES 600/1000 V
COPPER OR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR
PVC OR XLPE INSULATED CABLES
C. THREE OR FOUR CORE ARMOURED CABL
CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY IN A
In Air In Ground
Nominal Area
PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated PVC Insulated
of Conductor
Sqmm Aluminiu Alumini
Copper Copper Copper
m um
1.5 15 - 17 - 25
2.5 21 - 23 - 32
4 28 - 30 - 42

6 35 - 38 - 53
10 48 - 52 - 70
16 65 50 70 54 92

25 84 66 91 71 114
35 105 81 113 88 138
50 129 100 140 108 165

70 161 125 175 136 201


95 199 155 218 169 243
120 231 180 254 198 277

150 261 204 288 225 307


185 301 235 333 260 348
240 357 279 396 310 403

300 406 319 449 353 452


400 471 375 519 414 512
500 530 426 590 470 551
*** l.b.1 l.b.1 l.b.1 l.b.1 ll.b.1
MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES 3.8/6.6 KV TO 19/33 KV
COPPER OR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR
XLPE INSULATED CABLES
A. SINGLE CORE CABLES
CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY IN AMPERES
Nominal Area
In Air In Ground
of Conductor
Sqmm Copper Aluminium Copper
Trefoil Flat Trefoil Flat Trefoil
35 152 170 117 132 154
50 182 203 140 158 182
70 227 254 175 198 222

95 274 313 211 240 264


120 318 360 244 278 300
150 360 410 278 316 335

185 410 470 330 365 376


240 481 560 380 435 428
300 545 640 430 498 472

400 625 750 500 585 517


500 700 873 570 685 553
630 784 1035 655 810 605
*** l.a.2 l.a.3 l.a.2 l.a.3 ll.a.2

B. THREE
CORE CABLES
CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY IN AMPERES
Nominal Area
In Air In Ground
of Conductor
Aluminiu Alumini
 Sqmm Copper Copper
m um
35 130 100 145 110
50 160 120 170 130
70 196 151 210 160

95 240 184 250 193


120 275 214 284 220
150 312 240 318 246

185 355 277 360 279


240 415 326 410 323
300 469 370 458 362

400 530 427 510 411


*** l.b.1 l.b.1 ll.b.1 ll.b.1
S AND WIRES UPTO AND INCLUDING 600/1000 V
PER OR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR
C OR XLPE INSULATED CABLES
OR WITHOUT PVC OUTER SHEATH

SINGLE CORE CABLES/WIRES


ARRYING CAPACITY IN AMPERES
In Ground
XLPE Insulated PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated
Aluminiu Aluminiu
Copper Aluminium Copper Copper
m m
Armoure Unarmou Armoure Unarmou Armoure Unarmou
Armoured
d red d red d red
- - - 32 - 34 -
- - - 42 - 45 -
- - - 55 - 58 -

- - - 69 - 73 -
- - - 91 - 97 -
- 73 - 118 92 125 97

- 98 - 152 118 161 125


- 121 - 183 142 194 150
206 147 160 215 167 229 178

313 234 246 312 245 330 259


359 273 284 350 276 371 293

405 314 320 387 307 410 324


256 189 202 262 206 287 218
459 366 367 430 344 455 364
533 440 430 486 392 515 416

597 508 485 533 435 565 461


656 603 549 568 476 601 505
727 710 619 614 525 651 555

809 861 707 660 578 697 610


850 1008 765 675 608 712 641
914 1165 834 707 648 744 682
l.a.1 l.a.1 l.a.1 ll.a.1 ll.a.1 ll.a.1 ll.a.1
E CABLES 600/1000 V
UMINIUM CONDUCTOR
INSULATED CABLES
ARMOURED CABLES

ARRYING CAPACITY IN AMPERES


In Ground In Duct
PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated
Aluminiu Aluminiu Aluminiu Aluminiu
Copper Copper Copper
m m m m
- 32 - 24 - 26 -
- 41 - 32 - 34 -
- 53 - 41 - 44 -

- 66 - 51 - 54 -
- 87 - 67 - 72 -
81 113 88 87 67 93 72

104 146 113 112 87 120 93


124 174 135 135 105 145 112
146 205 159 160 124 172 133

179 251 196 196 153 211 164


214 301 234 237 184 255 198
243 341 266 269 210 290 226

271 381 297 301 235 325 253


307 428 335 340 266 367 288
355 494 388 392 309 424 334

397 552 435 438 346 475 375


454 619 495 493 402 533 434
ll.b.1 ll.b.1 ll.b.1 lll.1 lll.1 lll.1 lll.1
E CABLES 600/1000 V
UMINIUM CONDUCTOR
INSULATED CABLES
CORE ARMOURED CABLES
ARRYING CAPACITY IN AMPERES
In Ground In Duct
PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated PVC Insulated XLPE Insulated
Aluminiu Aluminiu Aluminiu Aluminiu
Copper Copper Copper
m m m m
- 27 - 20 - 22 -
- 35 - 27 - 28 -
- 45 - 35 - 37 -

- 57 - 43 - 46 -
- 75 - 58 - 61 -
71 98 76 75 58 79 61

89 122 95 96 74 101 79
107 148 114 116 90 122 95
128 176 137 138 107 146 113

156 215 167 169 131 179 139


188 258 200 204 159 216 168
216 295 229 233 182 247 192

240 328 255 261 203 276 215


272 371 290 295 231 313 244
316 430 338 334 269 363 285

355 481 378 384 303 407 320


408 545 433 443 347 469 373
449 595 485 485 385 514 415
ll.b.1 ll.b.1 ll.b.1 lll.1 lll.1 lll.1 lll.1
.6 KV TO 19/33 KV

N AMPERES

In Ground

Copper Aluminium
Flat Trefoil Flat
160 119 124
189 141 146
231 172 179

275 204 212


314 232 242
352 261 272

399 294 309


464 339 360
525 379 407

600 427 468


684 465 537
772 516 615
ll.a.3 ll.a.2 ll.a.3
RATING FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN
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Nominal Area Thermal Resistivity of S
of Conductor
Sqmm 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
1.5/2.5 1.12 1.09 1.07 1.04
4 1.13 1.1 1.07 1.05
6 1.14 1.1 1.07 1.05

10 1.15 1.11 1.08 1.05


16 1.16 1.12 1.08 1.05
25 1.17 1.13 1.09 1.05

35 1.17 1.13 1.09 1.06


50 1.17 1.13 1.09 1.06
70 1.18 1.14 1.09 1.06

95 1.18 1.14 1.09 1.06


120 1.19 1.14 1.1 1.06
150 1.19 1.14 1.1 1.06

185 1.19 1.14 1.1 1.06


240 1.2 1.15 1.1 1.07
300/400 1.2 1.15 1.1 1.07

RATING FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN THERMAL RESISTIVITY


FOR TWO OR THREE SINGLE-CORE CABLES LAID DIRECT IN THE

Nominal Area Thermal Resistivity of S


of Conductor
Sqmm 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
50 1.21 1.16 1.11 1.07
70 1.22 1.16 1.12 1.07
95 1.22 1.16 1.12 1.07

120 1.22 1.16 1.12 1.07


150 1.22 1.16 1.12 1.07
185 1.22 1.17 1.12 1.07

240 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07


300 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07
400 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07

500 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07


630 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07
800 1.23 1.17 1.12 1.07

1000 1.24 1.18 1.12 1.07


ACTORS FOR VARIATION IN
AL RESISTIVITY
MULTI-CORE OF SOIL
CABLES LAID
ECT IN THE GROUND

Thermal Resistivity of Soil in °C m/w

1.2 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4


1 0.94 0.86 0.8 0.75 0.7 0.66
1 0.94 0.85 0.79 0.74 0.69 0.65
1 0.93 0.85 0.79 0.74 0.68 0.64

1 0.93 0.85 0.78 0.73 0.67 0.63


1 0.93 0.84 0.77 0.72 0.66 0.62
1 0.93 0.83 0.77 0.71 0.65 0.61

1 0.92 0.83 0.76 0.71 0.65 0.61


1 0.92 0.83 0.76 0.71 0.65 0.61
1 0.92 0.83 0.75 0.7 0.64 0.6

1 0.92 0.83 0.75 0.7 0.64 0.6


1 0.92 0.82 0.75 0.69 0.63 0.6
1 0.92 0.82 0.75 0.69 0.63 0.59

1 0.92 0.82 0.74 0.69 0.63 0.59


1 0.92 0.81 0.74 0.69 0.63 0.59
1 0.92 0.81 0.74 0.69 0.63 0.59

ON IN THERMAL RESISTIVITY OF SOIL


E CABLES LAID DIRECT IN THE GROUND

Thermal Resistivity of Soil in °C m/w

1.2 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4


1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.63 0.59
1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.63 0.59
1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.63 0.59

1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.63 0.59


1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.63 0.59
1 0.91 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.62 0.59

1 0.91 0.8 0.73 0.68 0.62 0.59


1 0.91 0.8 0.73 0.68 0.62 0.59
1 0.91 0.8 0.73 0.67 0.62 0.58

1 0.91 0.8 0.73 0.67 0.62 0.58


1 0.91 0.8 0.73 0.67 0.61 0.58
1 0.91 0.8 0.72 0.66 0.61 0.58

1 0.91 0.8 0.72 0.66 0.61 0.58


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Nominal
Area of
3 or 4 Single Core Cables 
Conduct
or
Copper
Copper Flat Aluminiu Aluminium
Sq. mm
Trefoil Spaced m Trefoil Flat Spaced*
*
1.5 26.3 26.3 - -
2.5 16.1 16.1 - -
4 10 10 - -

6 6.7 6.7 - -
10 4 4 - -
16 2.5 2.5 4.8 4.8

25 1.55 1.6 3.1 3.1


35 1.13 1.16 2.2 2.2
50 0.84 0.87 1.4 1.5

70 0.6 0.65 0.96 0.98


95 0.45 0.52 0.7 0.76
120 0.37 0.45 0.57 0.64

150 0.31 0.41 0.47 0.55


185 0.26 0.38 0.38 0.48
240 0.23 0.35 0.31 0.42

300 0.2 0.33 0.26 0.38


400 0.19 0.32 0.25 0.37
500 0.18 0.31 0.25 0.36

630 0.16 0.31 0.24 0.36


800 0.16 0.3 0.24 0.35
1000 0.15 0.29 0.23 0.35
Nominal
Area of
3 or 4 Single Core Cables
Conduct
or
Copper
Copper Flat Aluminiu Aluminium
Sq. mm
Trefoil spaced m Trefoil Flat spaced*
*
1.5 26.7 26.7 - -
2.5 16.4 16.4 - -
4 10.2 10.2 - -

6 6.8 6.8 - -
10 4 4 - -
16 2.5 2.5 4.2 4.2

25 1.65 1.65 2.7 2.7


35 1.15 1.15 1.95 1.95
50 0.87 0.9 1.4 1.4

70 0.62 0.7 0.98 1.05


95 0.47 0.58 0.74 0.83
120 0.39 0.51 0.6 0.7

150 0.33 0.45 0.49 0.6


185 0.28 0.41 0.41 0.53
240 0.24 0.37 0.34 0.46

300 0.21 0.34 0.29 0.41


400 0.2 0.33 0.25 0.36
500 0.18 0.31 - -

630 0.17 0.29 - -


800 0.16 0.28 - -
1000 0.16 0.27 - -
VOLTAGE DROP
600/1000 V TYPE-5 PVC INSULATED CABLES
VOLTAGE DROPS AT MAXIMUM
CONDUCTOR OPERATING TEMPERATURE IN  V/A/KM

3 and 4 Core
2 Core or 2 Single  Core Cables- Touching
Cables 

Alumini Aluminiu
Copper Copper
um m

30.4 - 26.3 -
18.6 - 16.1 -
11.6 - 10 -

7.7 - 6.7 -
4.6 - 4 -
2.9 4.8 2.5 4.8

1.8 3.1 1.6 3.1


1.3 2.2 1.2 2.2
0.98 1.7 0.85 1.7

0.69 1.2 0.6 1.2


0.51 0.89 0.44 0.89
0.41 0.74 0.36 0.74

0.35 0.64 0.3 0.64


0.29 0.56 0.25 0.56
0.24 0.48 0.21 0.48

0.21 0.44 0.18 0.44


0.19 0.41 0.16 0.41
0.17 0.39 0.15 0.39

0.16 0.37 - -
0.15 0.36 - -
0.15 0.35 - -
VOLTAGE DROP
600/1000 V XLPE INSULATED CABLES
VOLTAGE DROPS AT MAXIMUM

CONDUCTOR OPERATING TEMPERATURE IN V/A/KM

3 and 4 Core
2 Core or 2 Single Core Cables - Touching
Cables

Alumini Aluminu
Copper Copper
um m

30.9 - 26.7 -
18.9 - 16.4 -
11.8 - 10.2 -

7.9 - 6.8 -
4.7 - 4 -
2.9 4.8 2.5 4.2

1.9 3.1 1.65 2.7


1.35 2.2 1.15 1.95
1 1.65 0.87 1.45

0.69 1.15 0.6 0.97


0.52 0.84 0.45 0.72
0.42 0.72 0.37 0.58

0.35 0.61 0.3 0.47


0.29 0.52 0.26 0.39
0.24 0.44 0.21 0.31

0.21 0.39 0.19 0.26


0.2 0.36 0.17 0.21
0.17 0.34 - -

0.16 0.32 - -
0.15 0.31 - -
0.15 0.29 - -
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Fire Resistant Tests


Stringent tests – including IEC 60331, BS 6387 and SS 299 – are performed to ens
Resistance to fire alone (IEC 60331, BS 6387, SS 299)
Category C - Cables are subjected to fire at 950°C for 3 hours
Category B - Cables are subjected to fire at 750°C for 3 hours
Category A - Cables are subjected to fire at 650°C for 3 hours
* In accordance to IEC 60331, cables are subjected to fire at 750°C for 3 hours. In
again be energized, and there shall not be any breakdown.
Resistance to fire with water (BS 6387, SS 299)
Category W - Cables are subjected to fire at 650°C for 15 minutes, then at 650°C w
Resistance to fire with mechanical shock (BS 6387, SS 299)
Category X - Cables are subjected to fire at 650°C with mechanical shock for 15 m
Category Y - Cables are subjected to fire at 750°C with mechanical shock for 15 m
Category Z - Cables are subjected to fire at 950°C with mechanical shock for 15 m
During the test, the flame and test voltage shall be applied continuously for a per
lamp extinguished.

Flame Propagation Tests

Part 1 : Tests on a single vertical insulated wire or cable


Part 3 : Tests on bunched wires and cables under fire condition.
The IEC 60332-3 specification creates a realistic fire situation, and specifies meth
varying densities of combustible material.
This technical report gives details of a test where a number of cables are bunched

3 test categories to test different amount of combustible material contained in a


IEC 60332-3-22 - The number of test pieces required to provide a total volume of
(Former IEC 332-3A) ladder exposed to flame for 40 minutes.

IEC 60332-3-23 - The number of test pieces required to provide a total volume of
(Former IEC 332-3B) ladder and exposed to flame for 40 minutes.
IEC 60332-3-24 - The number of test pieces required to provide a total volume of
(Former IEC 332-3C) ladder and exposed to flame for 20 minutes.
The cable specimens are placed vertically next to each other and then exposed to
the charred or affected portion should not exceed a height of 2.5 meters.

Acid Gas Emission Tests


A fire can produce corrosive halogen gases, generated by burning PVC or chlorine
eyes, mouth, throat, nose and lungs to form hydrochloric acid, which contributes
a feeling of panic and inability to exit the building, thus increasing potential fatal

Additional dangers exist in a fire situation. Chlorine, bromine or fluorine, found in


all metallic materials in the proximity of a fire thus resulting in high levels of corr
Structural ferrous metals can be so corroded that the building has to be demolish

IEC 60754-2 specifies a method in determining the degree of acidity of gases evol
by measuring pH and conductivity. This standard requires the weighted pH value
weighted value of conductivity should not exceed 10μS/mm.

Smoke Emission Tests


Smoke hinders fire-fighting efforts and prevents safe evacuation from the buildin
stop the problem before it starts. Conventional insulation and sheathing material
smoke when burned, thus contributing to disorientation and smoke inhalation dam

Measuring the density of smoke produced by burning cables is important as it is r

The “3 meter cube test” (also known as IEC 61034) measures the amount of smok
of cable is placed in a 3m2 enclosure, and exposed to a beam of light through a cl
connected to recording equipment in the window on the other end. A fire is then g
recorded. A minimum light transmission value greater than 60% is acceptable.

Limiting Oxygen Index


Oxygen index (limiting oxygen index) is the most widely used fire parameter in th
of oxygen in an oxygen/nitrogen mixture in which the material will burn.

Air contains 21% oxygen and it is often stated that material with an oxygen index
Halogen Flame Retardant material used by Tai Sin is greater than 34%.
BS 6387, SS 299, *IEC 60331
Specification for performance requirements for cables
required to maintain circuit integrity under fire conditions.
SS 299 – are performed to ensure that such cables are fire-resistant.

or 3 hours
or 3 hours
or 3 hours
to fire at 750°C for 3 hours. In not less than twelve hours after the test, the cable shall

for 15 minutes, then at 650°C with water spray for a further 15 minutes.

with mechanical shock for 15 minutes.


with mechanical shock for 15 minutes.
with mechanical shock for 15 minutes.
e applied continuously for a period of 3 hours and no fuse shall be ruptured nor any

IEC 60332, BS 4066


Tests on electric cables under fire conditions.

re condition.
e situation, and specifies methods for assessing the flame retardance of bunched cables with

a number of cables are bunched together to form various test sample installations.

ustible material contained in a bundle of cable.


d to provide a total volume of 7 litres of non-metallic material shall be bunched on a
0 minutes.

d to provide a total volume of 3.5 litres of non-metallic material shall be bunched on a


or 40 minutes.
d to provide a total volume of 1.5 litres of non-metallic material shall be bunched on a
or 20 minutes.
ach other and then exposed to the flame for a specified duration. After the burning has ceased,
a height of 2.5 meters.

IEC 60754, BS 6425


Test on gases evolved during combustion of electric cables.
ted by burning PVC or chlorine containing material. HCI gas combines with the water in the
chloric acid, which contributes to loss of co-ordination and orientation. This in turn can lead to
thus increasing potential fatalities by inhalation of carbon monoxide and oxygen depletion.

e, bromine or fluorine, found in building materials, can combine with the condensation on
resulting in high levels of corrosion which will damage computers and office machines.
he building has to be demolished.

degree of acidity of gases evolved during the combustion of materials taken from electric cables
equires the weighted pH value of not less than 4.3 when related to 1 litre of water, and the
10μS/mm.

IEC 61034, BS 7622


Measurement of smoke density of electric cables burning
under
defined conditions.
afe evacuation from the building. Smoke extraction equipment helps, but low smoke products can
ulation and sheathing materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) can produce large volumes of
ation and smoke inhalation damage.

ng cables is important as it is related to the evacuation of people and accessibility for fire fighting

measures the amount of smoke created by cables in the event of a fire. A one-meter length
to a beam of light through a clear window. This light travels across the enclosure to a photocell
n the other end. A fire is then generated within the container and the minimum light transmission
ter than 60% is acceptable.

ASTM D 2863
Measuring the minimum oxygen concentration to support
candle-like combustion of plastics.
widely used fire parameter in the assessment of materials. The index is the minimum concentration
he material will burn.

material with an oxygen index greater than 28% will be self-extinguishing. Low Smoke Zero
is greater than 34%.
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A-02YSF(L)2Y Bd
Number of
quads and Number of Thickness of the
conductor spare outer Overall diameter
diameter(mm) quads sheath(mm) (mm)
10 X 4 X 0.4 - 1.4 14
20 X 4 X 0.4 - 1.4 16
50 X 4 X 0.4 - 1.4 23
100 X 4 X 0.4 1 1.6 30
150 X 4 X 0.4 2 1.8 36
200 X 4 X 0.4 2 1.8 40
300 X 4 X 0.4 3 2 49
400 X 4 X 0.4 4 2.2 56
500 X 4 X 0.4 5 2.2 61
10 X 4 X 0.6 - 1.4 17
20 X 4 X 0.6 - 1.4 20
50 X 4 X 0.6 - 1.6 29
100 X 4 X 0.6 1 1.8 39
150 X 4 X 0.6 2 2 47
200 X 4 X 0.6 2 2.2 53
300 X 4 X 0.6 3 2.4 64
400 X 4 X 0.6 4 2.4 73
500 X 4 X 0.6 5 2.4 81

A-02YSF2Y Bd
Number of
quads and Number of Thickness of the
conductor spare outer Overall diameter
diameter(mm) quads sheath(mm) (mm)
10 X 4 X 0.6 - 2.1 19
20 X 4 X 0.6 - 2.3 25
50 X 4 X 0.6 1 2.5 33
100 X 4 X 0.6 1 2.7 44

H07V-R
Geometrical Data
SIZE CENELEC Thickn.of
(nom.) (n/mm²) CODE H07V Core colour insulation
1 x 1.5 R1 BLACK 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 BLACK 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 BLACK 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 BLACK 0.8
1x4 R1 BLACK 0.8
1x4 U1 BLACK 0.8
1x6 R1 BLACK 0.8
1x6 U1 BLACK 0.8
1 x 10 R1 BLACK 1
1 x 10 U1 BLACK 1
1 x 16 R1 BLACK 1
1 x 16 U1 BLACK 1
1 x 1.5 R1 RED 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 RED 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 RED 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 RED 0.8
1x4 R1 RED 0.8
1x4 U1 RED 0.8
1x6 R1 RED 0.8
1x6 U1 RED 0.8
1 x 10 R1 RED 1
1 x 10 U1 RED 1
1 x 16 R1 RED 1
1 x 16 U1 RED 1
1 x 1.5 R1 BROWN 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 BROWN 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 BROWN 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 BROWN 0.8
1x4 R1 BROWN 0.8
1x4 U1 BROWN 0.8
1x6 R1 BROWN 0.8
1x6 U1 BROWN 0.8
1 x 10 R1 BROWN 1
1 x 10 U1 BROWN 1
1 x 16 R1 BROWN 1
1 x 16 U1 BROWN 1
1 x 1.5 R1 BLUE 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 BLUE 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 BLUE 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 BLUE 0.8
1x4 R1 BLUE 0.8
1x4 U1 BLUE 0.8
1x6 R1 BLUE 0.8
1x6 U1 BLUE 0.8
1 x 10 R1 BLUE 1
1 x 10 U1 BLUE 1
1 x 16 R1 BLUE 1
1 x 16 U1 BLUE 1
1 x 1.5 R1 WHITE 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 WHITE 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 WHITE 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 WHITE 0.8
1x4 R1 WHITE 0.8
1x4 U1 WHITE 0.8
1x6 R1 WHITE 0.8
1x6 U1 WHITE 0.8
1 x 10 R1 WHITE 1
1 x 10 U1 WHITE 1
1 x 16 R1 WHITE 1
1 x 16 U1 WHITE 1
1 x 1.5 R1 GREY 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 GREY 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 GREY 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 GREY 0.8
1x4 R1 GREY 0.8
1x4 U1 GREY 0.8
1x6 R1 GREY 0.8
1x6 U1 GREY 0.8
1 x 10 R1 GREY 1
1 x 10 U1 GREY 1
1 x 16 R1 GREY 1
1 x 16 U1 GREY 1
1 x 1.5 R1 GREENYELL. 0.7
1 x 1.5 U1 GREENYELL. 0.7
1 x 2.5 R1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1 x 2.5 U1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1x4 R1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1x4 U1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1x6 R1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1x6 U1 GREENYELL. 0.8
1 x 10 R1 GREENYELL. 1
1 x 16 R1 GREENYELL. 1
1 x 25 R1 GREENYELL. 1.2
1 x 50 R1 GREENYELLO. 1.4
1 x 70 R1 GREENYELLO. 1.4

Techincal data
· Temperatures:during installation: 0°C,during operation:-40° upto +70°C
· Min. bending radius:5 x overall diameter
· Others:flame retardant acc. to IEC 332-2

YYRY
Geometrical Data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded
No. of cores
and Thickn. Of Thickn. Of
crosssection insulation bedding approx over all dia
(n/mm2) (mm) (mm) bedding (mm)
2 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 8.2
2 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 9
2 x 4 RM 1 1 11
3 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 8.7
3 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 9.6
3 x 4 RM 1 1 11.7
3 x 6 RM 1 1 12.8
3 x 10 RM 1 1 15
3 x 16 RM 1 1 17.3
3 x 25 SM 1.2 1 17.2
3 x 35 SM 1.2 1 20.6
3 x 50 SM 1.4 1 24.5
3 x 70 SM 1.4 1.2 27.9
3 x 95 SM 1.6 1.2 31.2
3 x120 SM 1.6 1.2 33.7
3 x150 SM 1.8 1.4 38
3 x185 SM 2 1.4 42.9
3 x240 SM 2.2 1.6 48.7
4 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 9.5
4 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 10.5
4 x 4 RM 1 1 12.8
4 x 6 RM 1 1 14.1
4 x 10 RM 1 1 16.5
4 x 16 RM 1 1 19.5
4 x 25 SM 1.2 1 21.3
4 x 35 SM 1.2 1 23.5
4 x 50 SM 1.4 1.2 28.7
4 x 70 SM 1.4 1.2 31.7
4 x 95 SM 1.6 1.4 36.1
4 x120 SM 1.6 1.4 39.1
4 x150 SM 1.8 1.4 43.1
4 x185 SM 2 1.6 49
4 x240 SM 2.2 1.6 55.5
5 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 10.4
5 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 11.6
5 x 4 RM 1 1 14.1
7 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 11.4
7 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 12.6
14 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 15.8
14 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 18.2
21 x 1.5 RM 0.8 1 19.3
21 x 2.5 RM 0.8 1 21.5
technical data
Temperatures:during installation 0°up to 50°C,during operation: +70°C,under short-circuit:
· Min. bending radius:8 x overall diameter
· Others:flame retardant acc. to IEC 332/3

PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC
ical Data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded
No. of cores
and Thickn. Of Thickn. Of
crosssection insulation bedding approx over all dai
(n/mm2) (mm) (mm) bedding (mm)
2 x 1.5 RE 0.6 0.8 6.9
2 x 2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 8.1
2 x 4 RM 0.8 0.8 10.2
2 x 6 RM 0.8 0.8 11.2
2 x 10 RM 1 0.8 14
2 x 16 RM 1 0.8 16.1
2 x 25 SM 1.2 1 16.6
3 x 1.5 RE 0.6 0.8 7.4
3 x 2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 8.6
3 x 4 RM 0.8 0.8 10.8
3 x 6 RM 0.8 0.8 11.9
3 x 10 RM 1 0.8 14.8
3 x 16 RM 1 0.8 17.3
3 x 25 SM 1.2 1 19.6
3 x 35 SM 1.2 1 23.3
3 x 50 SM 1.4 1 24.5
3 x 70 SM 1.4 1.2 27.9
3 x 95 SM 1.6 1.2 31.2
3 x120 SM 1.6 1.2 33.7
3x150 SM 1.8 1.4 38.0
3x185 SM 2.0 1.4 42.9
4x1.5 RE 0.6 0.8 8.0
4x2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 9.4
4x4 RM 0.8 0.8 11.9
4x6 RM 0.8 0.8 13.1
4x10 RM 1.0 0.8 16.3
4x16 RM 1.0 1.0 19.5
4x25 SM 1.2 1.0 21.3
4x35 SM 1.2 1.0 23.5
4x50 SM 1.4 1.2 28.7
4x70 SM 1.4 1.2 31.7
4x95 SM 1.6 1.2 35.7
4x120 SM 1.6 1.4 39.1
4x150 SM 1.8 1.4 42.1
4x185 SM 2.0 1.6 49.0
7x2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 11.3
8x2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 12.2
14x2.5 RE 0.7 0.8 15.8
21x2.5 RE 0.7 1.0 19.1
techincal data
Temperatures:during installation 0°up to +50°C,during operation +70°C,during short circuit
Min. bending radius: 8xoverall diameter
others:flame retardant acc. To IEC 732-3
VO-YMvKas mb
Geometrical data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded
Equivalent
Cross copper
No. of cores and section of earth cross
cross lead section+braid Thickn. Of
section(n/mm2) (mm2) earth lead(mm2) insulation(mm)
2x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
2x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
2x4 2.5 4 0.7
3x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
3x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
3x4 2.5 4 0.7
3x6 4 6 0.7
4x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
4x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
4x4 2.5 4 0.7
4x6 4 6 0.7
5x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
5x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
7x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
7x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
14x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
14x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
21x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
21x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7

VO-YLK mb
Geometrical data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded
Equivalent
Cross copper
No. of cores and section of earth cross
cross lead section+braid Thickn. Of
section(n/mm2) (mm2) earth lead(mm2) insulation(mm)
2x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
2x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
2x4 2.5 4 0.7
3x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
3x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
3x4 2.5 4 0.7
3x6 4 6 0.7
4x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
4x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
4x4 2.5 4 0.7
4x6 4 6 0.7
5x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
5x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
7x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
7x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
14x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
14x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7
21x1.5 1.5 1.5 0.7
21x2.5 1.5 2.5 0.7

VG-YMvKas mb
Geometrical Data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded

Equivalent
No. of cores and copperCross
cross section of Thickn. Of Thickn. Of
section(n/mm2) armour mm2) insulation(mm) bedding(mm)
2 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
2 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
2 x 4 RM 4 0.7 0.8
3 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
3 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
3 x 4 RM 4 0.7 0.8
3 x 6 RM 6 0.7 0.8
3 x 10 RM 10 0.7 0.8
3 x 16 RM 16 0.7 0.8
3 x 25 RM 25 0.9 0.8
3 x 35 RM 25 0.9 0.8
3 x 50 SM 30 1 0.8
3 x 70 SM 35 1.1 0.9
3 x 95 SM 40 1.1 1
3 x 120 SM 50 1.2 1
3 x 150 SM 60 1.4 1.1
3 x 185 SM 75 1.6 1.1
3 x 240 SM 90 1.7 1.2
4 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
4 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
4 x 4 RM 4 0.7 0.8
4 x 6 RM 6 0.7 0.8
4 x 10 RM 10 0.7 0.8
4 x 16 RM 16 0.7 0.8
4 x 25 RM 25 0.9 0.9
4 x 35 RM 25 0.9 0.9
4 x 50 SM 30 1 0.9
4 x 70 SM 35 1.1 1
4 x 95 SM 40 1.1 1
4 x 120 SM 50 1.2 1.1
4 x 150 SM 60 1.4 1.1
4 x 185 SM 75 1.6 1.2
4 x 240 SM 90 1.7 1.3
5 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
5 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
7 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
7 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
14 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
14 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8
21 x 1.5 RM 1.5 0.7 0.8
21 x 2.5 RM 2.5 0.7 0.8

VG-YLK mb
Geometrical Data,RM: circular stranded SM: sector-shaped stranded

Copper cross
section of
No. of cores and the earthing
cross leads no of thickn. Of thickn.of lead
section(n/mm2) leads(mm2) insulation(mm) sheath(mm)
2 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
2 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
2 x 4 RM 2.5 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 4 RM 2.5 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 6 RM 4 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 10 RM 6 /1 0.7 1.2
3 x 16 RM 10 /2 0.7 1.2
3 x 25 RM 10 /2 0.9 1.2
3 x 35 RM 16 /3 0.9 1.3
3 x 50 SM 16 /3 1 1.3
3 x 70 SM 16 /3 1.1 1.4
3 x 95 SM 20 /4 1.1 1.5
3 x 120 SM 20 /4 1.2 1.6
3 x 150 SM 24 /4 1.4 1.7
3 x 185 SM 24 /4 1.6 1.8
3 x 240 SM 24 /4 1.7 2
4 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
4 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
4 x 4 RM 2.5 /1 0.7 1.2
4 x 6 RM 4 /1 0.7 1.2
4 x 10 RM 6 /1 0.7 1.2
4 x 16 RM 10 /2 0.7 1.2
4 x 25 RM 10 /2 0.9 1.3
4 x 35 RM 16 /3 0.9 1.3
4 x 50 SM 16 /3 1.0 1.4
4 x 70 SM 16 /3 1.1 1.5
4 x 95 SM 20 /4 1.1 1.6
4 x120 SM 20 /4 1.2 1.7
4 x150 SM 24 /4 1.4 1.8
4 x185 SM 24 /4 1.6 2.0
5 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
5 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
7 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
7 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
14 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
14 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
21 x 1.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2
21 x 2.5 RM 1.5 /1 0.7 1.2

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Overall dia
approx
in mm
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
6.4
8
7.3
3.5
3.3
4.2
3.9
4.8
4.4
5.4
4.9
6.8
8
9.8
13
15

thickness
armour wire of outer
dia sheath overall dia
(mm) (mm) (mm)
0.8 1.8 13.4
0.8 1.8 14.2
0.8 1.8 16.2
0.8 1.8 13.9
0.8 1.8 14.2
0.8 1.8 16.9
0.8 1.8 18
0.8 1.8 20.2
0.8 1.8 22.5
1.6 1.8 24
1.6 1.8 27.4
1.6 2 31.7
2 2.1 36.1
2 2.2 39.6
2 2.3 42.3
2.5 2.5 48
2.5 2.7 53.3
2.5 2.9 59.5
0.8 1.8 14.7
0.8 1.8 15.7
0.8 1.8 18
0.8 1.8 19.3
0.8 1.8 21.7
1.6 1.8 26.3
1.6 1.8 28.1
1.6 1.9 30.5
2 2.1 36.9
2 2.2 40.1
2.5 2.4 45.9
2.5 2.5 49.1
2.5 2.7 53.5
2.5 2.8 59.6
2.5 3.1 66.7
0.8 1.8 15.6
0.8 1.8 16.8
0.8 1.8 19.3
0.8 1.8 16.6
0.8 1.8 17.8
0.8 1.8 21
1.6 1.8 25
1.6 1.8 26.1
1.6 1.8 28.3

C,under short-circuit: +160°C

thickness
armour wire of outer
dia sheath overall dia
(mm) (mm) (mm)
0.9 1.3 11.3
0.9 1.4 12.7
0.9 1.4 14.8
0.9 1.5 16
1.25 1.6 19.7
1.25 1.6 21.8
1.6 1.7 23.2
0.9 1.4 12
0.9 1.4 13.2
0.9 1.4 15.4
1.25 1.5 17.4
1.25 1.6 20.5
1.25 1.6 23
1.6 1.7 26.2
1.6 1.8 30.1
1.6 1.9 31.5
2 2 35.9
2 2.1 39.4
2 2.2 42.1
2.5 2.4 47.8
2.5 2.5 52.9
0.9 1.4 12.6
0.9 1.4 14.0
1.25 1.5 17.4
1.25 1.5 18.6
1.25 1.6 22.0
1.6 1.7 26.1
1.6 1.8 28.1
1.6 1.9 30.5
2.0 2.0 36.7
2.0 2.1 39.9
2.0 2.2 44.1
2.5 2.4 48.9
2.5 2.5 53.1
2.5 2.6 59.2
0.9 1.5 16.1
1.25 1.5 17.7
1.25 1.6 21.5
1.6 1.7 25.7

°C,during short circuit+160°C


dia of overall
Thickn. Of overall Thickn. Of dia of
beddign(mm bedding(m outer cable(mm
) m) sheath(mm) )
0.8 7.7 1.8 13.5
0.8 8.5 1.8 14.7
0.8 9.5 1.8 15.7
0.8 8.2 1.8 14.0
0.8 9.0 1.8 14.8
0.8 10.0 1.8 16.2
0.8 11.1 1.8 17.3
0.8 8.9 1.8 14.7
0.8 9.8 1.8 15.6
0.8 10.9 1.8 17.1
0.8 12.1 1.8 18.4
0.8 9.7 1.8 15.5
0.8 10.7 1.8 16.5
0.8 10.1 1.8 15.9
0.8 11.3 1.8 17.1
0.8 14.0 1.8 19.8
0.8 15.7 1.8 21.5
0.8 16.6 1.8 22.4
1.0 19.1 1.8 24.9

dia over over all


Thickn. Of lead thickn.of dia of
lead sheath(mm outer cable
sheath(mm) ) sheath(mm) (mm)
1.2 11 1.8 18.3
1.2 11.8 1.8 19.1
1.2 13.2 1.8 20.5
1.2 11.5 1.8 18.8
1.2 12.3 1.8 19.6
1.2 13.7 1.8 21
1.2 14.8 1.8 22.1
1.2 12.2 1.8 19.5
1.2 13.1 1.8 20.4
1.2 14.7 1.8 22
1.2 15.8 1.8 23.1
1.2 12.8 1.8 20.1
1.2 13.8 1.8 21.1
1.2 14.2 1.8 21.5
1.2 15 1.8 22.3
1.2 17.4 1.8 24.7
1.2 19 1.8 26.3
1.2 20.4 1.8 27.7
1.2 22.3 1.8 29.6

dia armour overall


dia of overall wire- Thickn. Of dia of
bedding(mm resp. outer cable(mm
) thickn. sheath(mm) )
8.2 1 1.8 13.8
9 1 1.8 15.2
10.2 1 1.8 15.8
8.7 1 1.8 14.3
9.6 1 1.8 15.2
10.8 1 1.8 17
11.9 1 1.8 17.5
13.9 1 1.8 20.1
16.3 1 1.8 22.5
19.5 1 1.8 25.7
21.9 0.8F 1.8 28.1
22.3 0.8F 1.8 28.8
25.9 0.8F 2 32.8
28.6 0.8F 2.1 35.7
31.6 0.8F 2.2 38.9
35.7 0.8F 2.4 44.6
40.5 0.8F 2.5 48.1
45.7 1.4F 2.7 55.3
9.4 1 1.8 15
10.4 1 1.8 16.6
11.8 1 1.8 18
13 1 1.8 18.6
15.3 1 1.8 21.5
17.9 1 1.8 24.1
21.6 1 1.8 27.8
24.3 0.8F 1.8 30.4
26.1 0.8F 1.9 32.5
29.8 0.8F 2.1 36.6
32.8 0.8F 2.2 39.8
36.5 0.8F 2.4 43.9
40.5 0.8F 2.5 48.8
46.2 1.4F 2.7 55.8
52.4 1.4F 2.9 62.7
10 1 1.8 16.2
11.1 1 1.8 17.3
10.7 1 1.8 17
12 1 1.8 18.2
15 1 1.8 21.2
16.8 1 1.8 23
18.4 1 1.8 24.6
20.7 1 1.8 26.9

armour overall
wire thickness of dia of
dia of lead dia/thickne outer cable(mm
sheath(mm) ss(mm) sheath(mm) )
11.5 1 1.8 20.1
12.3 1 1.8 20.9
13.9 1 1.8 22.5
12 1 1.8 20.6
12.9 1 1.8 21.5
14.5 1 1.8 23.1
15.6 1 1.8 24.2
17.6 1 1.8 26.2
20.7 1 1.8 29.3
24.3 1 1.8 32.9
27.5 0.8 F 1.9 37
28.2 0.8 F 2 37.6
32.2 0.8 F 2.1 41.4
35.1 0.8 F 2.3 44.2
37.8 1.4 F 2.4 49
42.3 1.4 F 2.6 53.7
47.6 1.4 F 2.8 59.6
53.2 1.4 F 3 66.5
12.7 1.0 1.8 21.3
14.1 1.0 1.8 22.7
15.5 1.0 1.8 24.1
16.7 1.0 1.8 25.3
18.9 1.0 1.8 27.5
22.6 1.0 1.8 30.9
26.5 1.0 1.9 35.3
29.7 0.8 F 2.0 39.4
31.3 0.8 F 2.1 41.4
35.8 0.8 F 2.3 46.5
39.9 0.8 F 2.4 49.4
43.1 0.8 F 2.6 54.9
47.3 0.8 F 2.8 59.7
53.6 1.4 F 3.0 66.6
13.0 1.0 1.8 21.6
14.6 1.0 1.8 23.2
14.0 1.0 1.8 22.6
15.2 1.0 1.8 23.8
18.3 1.0 1.8 26.7
20.2 1.0 1.8 28.6
21.1 1.0 1.8 29.5
23.8 1.0 1.9 32.4
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Depth of Laying 600/1000 V Cables


Meter Cables Laid in Ground
Upto 50 70 Sqmm to
Sqmm 300 Sqmm
0.5 1.03 1.04
0.6 1.02 1.02
0.75 1 1

0.8 1 1
1 0.97 0.97
1.25 0.96 0.95

1.5 0.95 0.94


1.75 0.94 0.92
2 0.93 0.91

2.5 0.92 0.9


3 0.91 0.89
or More

RATING FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN


AMBIENT TEMPERATURE FOR CABLES LAID

Ambient
Temperature ºC 25 30
PVC insulated
Cables 1.35 1.29
XLPE insulated
Cables 1.37 1.3

RATING FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN GROUND TE


FOR CABLES LAID DIRECT IN GROUND OR IN
Ground
temperature ºC 15 20
PVC insulated
Cables 1.19 1.15
XLPE insulated
Cables 1.16 1.13
RATING FACTORS FOR DEPTHS
OF LAYING FOR CABLES LAID
DIRECT IN GROUND OR IN
DUCTS

600/1000 V Cables 1.9/3.3 KV to 19/33 KV Cables


Cables Laid in Ground Cables Laid in Ducts Cables Laid in Ground
Single
Above 300 Sqmm Multicore Upto 300 Sqmm
Core
1.06 1.04 1.03 -
1.02 1.02 1.02 -
1 1 1 -

0.99 0.99 1 1.02


0.97 0.97 0.99 1
0.95 0.94 0.97 0.98

0.94 0.93 0.96 0.97


0.92 0.92 0.96 0.96
0.91 0.91 0.95 0.94

0.9 0.9 0.95 0.93


0.88 0.89 0.94 0.92

RATING FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN


AMBIENT TEMPERATURE FOR CABLES LAID IN AIR

35 40 45 50

1.22 1.16 1.09 1.02

1.24 1.17 1.09 1.03

NG FACTORS FOR VARIATION IN GROUND TEMPERATURE


FOR CABLES LAID DIRECT IN GROUND OR IN DUCTS
25 30 35 40

1.09 1.05 1 0.95

1.08 1.03 1 0.95


KV to 19/33 KV Cables
les Laid in Ground
Above 300
Sqmm
-
-
-

1.03
1
0.98

0.97
0.95
0.93

0.92
0.91

52 55 60

1 0.95 0.86

1 0.95 0.88
45

0.89

0.9