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OFFSHORE CABLES NEK 606

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Offshore Cables NEK 606


Dual Compound
Halogen Free - Mud Resistant

( 40 Deg C)
Low Smoke Flame Retardant Fire Resistant

Type Approvals:

ABS American Bureau of Shipping DNV Det Norske Veritas LRS Lloyds Register of Shipping

Type Approvals

ABS

DNV

Lloyds Register

DUAL COMPOUND
NEK 606 Offshore Cables
The objective of CONTROLCAVI INDUSTRIA was to develop a cable which will perform some of the most inhospitable conditions imaginable Saline atmosphere, UV radiation, extremes of temperature, hydrocarbons, oils, drilling fluids and muds while still maintaining the highest levels of safety for personnel requiring. High levels of flame retardance with zero emissions of halogens and toxic gases, which can endanger life and the safety of installation. By developing a sheathing compound which meets the demands of all these criteria with outstanding fire performance and high level of resistance to atmospheric and chemical attack, CONTROLCAVI INDUSTRIA can offer owners and operators the perfect solution for the transmission of all electrical energy, from mV signals to Medium tensions. The result of this development is a cable with properties far in excess of the requirements stipulated in NEK 606 and associates IEC specifications. In addition, the conductors, insulating and sheathing compounds have the following unique properties: sheathing which is both halogen free and resistant to drilling fluids, muds and associates environmental conditions. always an important consideration, for medium to large cross sectional cables, from the conceptual design through to the final installation with the unique conductor configuration of multi stranded class 2 tinned conductors which have the electrical resistance of traditional minimal strand conductors. CONTROLCAVI INDUSTRIA have developed a unique solution which reduces total installation costs by offering a significant reduction in bending radius and speed of installation.

DUAL COMPOUND

EASE OF INSTALLATION

COLD BEND AND IMPACT (CSA C22.2) 40 Deg C


with the search of hydrocarbons in ever more inhospitable climates and increased use of FPSO vessels which can find themselves operating in extremes of temperature from one field to another, all cables manufactured by CONTROLCAVI INDUSTRIA can be installed and operate at temperatures down to 40 Deg Centigrade. (test witnessed by ABS, DNV and LRS)

HEPR INSULATION in order to increase the insulating properties,


and, as a result the current carrying capacity of 0,6/1 kV cables and above, CONTROLCAVI INDUSTRIA have developed High Modulus Ethylene Propylene Rubber (HEPR) compound. This offers superior insulation constant (Ki) and significantly improved ageing performance at higher operating temperatures than the traditional 85 Deg C EPR compounds. These results can be seen below on the ARRHENIUS GRAPH obtained by performing the Thermal Endurance Evaluation according to IEC 60216, where Temperature Index achieved has been Ti = 114 Deg C (witnessed by ABS, DNV and LRS)

Reciprocal thermodynamic temperature (1000/Deg K)


2,66 100.000 2,61 2,56 2,51 2,46 2,41 2,36 2,31 2,26 2,21 2,16 2,11

20.000

10.000

1.000

Time (hours)

100

10 100 110 114 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200

Temperature (Deg C)
5

Reference Standards
The informations in this catalog apply to materials, constructions, and testing of power and telecommunication shipboard and offshore cables according to next standards: IEC 60092-350 IEC 60092-351 IEC 60092-353 IEC 60092.354 IEC 60092-359 IEC 60092-375 Low voltage shipboard power cables. General construction and test requirements. Insulating materials of shipboard power cables. Single and multicore non-radial field power cables with extruded solid insulation for rated voltages 1 kV and 3 kV. Single and three-core power cables with extruded solid insulation for rated voltages 6 kV, 10 kV and 15 kV Sheathing materials for shipboard power and telecommunication cables. Shipboard telecommunication cables and radiofrequency cables. General instrumentation, control and telecommunication cables. Fire-resistant characteristics of electric cables Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Test on a single vertical insulated wire or cable. Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Tests on bunched wires or cables Test on gases evolved during combustion of electric cables. Part 1: Determination of the haogen acid gas Part 2: Determination of the degree of acidity during the combustion of materials taken from electric cables by measuring pH and conductivity. Measurement of smoke density of cables burning under defined conditions. Cables for offshore installation halogen-free or mud resitant

IEC 60331 IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 IEC 60754-1/2

IEC 61034-1/2 NEK 606

NVE 1990 FEA-M regulation Regulation for electrical installations - maritime installations Clause 1238 Methodes of earthing and dimensions CSA C22.2 N 38-95 Thermoset Insulated Wires and Cables - Wiring Products Clause 6.4.4 Low Temperature Flexibility (- 40 Deg C) Clause 6.4.5 Low Temperature Impact (- 40 Deg C)

Cable designation
in accordance to NEK 606
R B F O U
ethylene propylene (HEPR or EPR) insulation halogen free flame retardant mica tape + HEPR or EPR insulation fire resistant halogen free flame retardant SHF2 thermosetting bedding compound halogen free flame retardant tinned copper wire braid armour SHF2 thermosetting dual compound HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant - low temperature - 40 Deg C common screen of copper / polyester tape tinned copper drain wire over assembled pairs / triples individual screen of copper / polyester tape tinned copper drain wire over each pair / triple power & control 0,6 / 1 kV HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant power medium voltage 3,6 / 6 kV HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant power medium voltage 6 / 10 kV HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant power medium voltage 8,7 / 15 kV HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant power & control 0,6 / 1 kV HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant fire resistant instrumentation individual screen 250 V HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant instrumentation common screen 250 V HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant fire resistant instrumentation individual screen 250 V HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant fire resistant instrumentation common screen 250 V HALOGEN FREE & MUD RESISTANT flame retardant fire resistant

(C) (I) P1/P8 P2/P9 P3/P10 P4/P11 P5/P12 S1/S5 S2/S6 S3/S7 S4/S8
8

NEK 606
Halogen free MUD resistant 40 Deg C

Flame retardant

P W R O R L N A M U R PO WE E R& &C ON NT RO AR MO RE ED D O E C T O L U U N R O U

N A E D E R G L H NT A ST SIIS ES DR MU RE NF EN GE LO HA T A T R U & M E & E F O A

RU

0 0, ,6 6//1 1k kV V

Design and construction Operating temperature Nominal voltage Uo / U Flame retardancy Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance

IEC 60092-353 IEC 60092-3 85 Deg C 0.6 / 1 kV IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60754 -1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

CONSTRUCTION DATA
1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. SEPARATOR 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned copper IEC 60228 class 2 halogen free HEPR compound halogen free tape SHF2 thermoset dual compound halogen free & MUD resistant

CORES IDENTIFICATION
1 core 2 cores 3 cores 4 cores 5 cores and above sheath colour off-white (grey) off-white - black off-white - black - red off-white - black - red - blue white & numbered black

SHEATH MARKING
CCI RU 0.6/1 kV n x s / braid mm NEK 606 QA ref metric marking
2

IEC 60332-3A

RU 0,6/1 kV
Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERAL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX) CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km CURRENT RATING AT 45 Deg C (A)

0,6/1 KV
SHORT CIRCUIT RATING (KA)

1x16 1x25 1x35 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 2x1,5 2x2,5 2x4 2x6 3x1,5 3x2,5 3x4 3x6 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 3x50 3x70 3x95 3x120 3x150 4x1,5 4x2,5 4x4 4x6 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 7x1,5 12x1,5 19x1,5 7x2,5 12x2,5 19x2,5

1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,4 1,6 1,6 1,8 2,0 2,2 2,4 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,4 1,6 1,6 1,8 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0

10,0 12,0 13,0 15,5 17,0 19,0 21,5 23,5 25,5 29,0 32,0 10,0 10,5 12,5 13,0 10,5 12,0 12,5 14,0 16,0 19,0 22,5 25,5 29,0 34,0 38,5 42,0 47,0 12,0 12,5 14,0 15,5 18,5 20,5 25,5 28,5 33,0 14,5 18,0 21,5 15,5 21,0 24,0

225 330 435 580 820 1075 1345 1670 2050 2655 3390 140 175 225 295 160 195 275 340 510 750 1105 1460 2040 2850 3675 4600 5750 190 245 330 445 640 950 1455 1915 2630 295 475 715 380 580 875

1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 0,270 0,195 0,154 0,126 0,100 0,076 0,061 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 1,840 1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 0,270 0,195 0,154 0,126 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 1,840 1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 12,200 12,200 12,200 7,560 7,560 7,560

90 120 145 180 225 275 320 365 415 490 560 17 24 32 41 14 20 27 34 47 63 84 102 126 158 193 224 256 14 20 27 34 47 63 84 102 126 11 9 8 15 12 11

2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 10,20 13,90 17,50 21,90 27,00 35,00 43,80 0,21 0,35 0,58 0,87 0,21 0,36 0,58 0,87 1,46 2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 10,20 13,90 17,50 21,90 0,21 0,36 0,58 0,87 1,46 2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 0,21 0,21 0,21 0,36 0,36 0,36

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RU(c)
Design and construction Nominal voltage Operating temperature Flame retardancy Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance

250 V
IEC 60092-375 IEC 60092.353 IEC 60092.3 250 V 85 Deg C IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60754-1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

H A L E R E E E T A T O M E E LO OG EN NF E & M MU UD DR R ES SIIS AN - C MM MO ON SC CR H A G F R E E & R S T N TC O NS R E EN N

CONSTRUCTION DATA 1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. COMMON SCREEN 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned stranded copper wire IEC 60228 class 2 halogen free HEPR compound copper/polyester tape tinned copper drain wire SHF2 thermoset compound halogen free & MUD resistant

PAIR / TRIPLE IDENTIFICATION


pair triple black light blue black brown light blue

pairs / triples progressively numbered

sheath colour

grey blue for intrinsically safe

SHEATH MARKING
CCI RU (c) 250 V n x p(trp) x s QA ref metric marking NEK 606 IEC 60332-3A

RU (c) 250 Volt


Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERALL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX)

250 Volt
CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km

2 pair 0,75 4 pair 0,75 8 pair 0,75 12 pair 0,75 16 pair 0,75 24 pair 0,75 2 pair 1,5 4 pair 1,5 8 pair 1,5 12 pair 1,5 16 pair 1,5 24 pair 1,5 2 triple 0,75 4 triple 0,75 8 triple 0,75 12 triple 0,75 16 triple 0,75 24 triple 0,75 2 triple 1,5 4 triple 1,5 8 triple 1,5 12 triple 1,5 16 triple 1,5 24 triple 1,5

0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8

11,5 13,5 18,0 21,0 23,0 28,5 13,5 16,0 21,5 25,0 27,0 32,5 13,0 15,0 20,5 24,5 26,0 31,5 14,5 18,0 23,5 28,0 29,5 37,0

170 235 430 615 740 1075 245 350 650 900 1125 1675 210 325 580 825 1025 1500 320 475 870 1275 1580 2340

26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200

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RU(i) 250 V
H A O E N E U D II S N T N II V A E AL OG FR EE E & RE ST TA N T -- III ND VIID DU AL LS SC EE EN N H L G E NF R &M M U DR ES S A N D U CR R Design and construction Nominal voltage Operating temperature Flame retardancy Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance IEC 60092.375 IEC 60092.353 IEC 60092.3 250 V 85 Deg C IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60754-1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

CONSTRUCTION DATA
1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. INDIVIDUAL SCREEN 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned stranded copper wire IEC 60228 class 2 halogen free HEPR compound Copper / Polyester tape tinned copper drain wire SHF2 thermoset compound halogen free & MUD resistant

PAIR / TRIPLE IDENTIFICATION


pair triple black light blue black brown light blue

pairs / triples progressively numbered

sheath colour

grey blue for intrinsically safe

SHEATH MARKING
CCI RU (i) 250 V n x p(trp) x s mm QA ref metric marking
2

NEK 606

IEC 60332-3A

RU (i) 250 Volt


Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERALL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX)

250 Volt
CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km

1 pair 0,75 2 pair 0,75 4 pair 0,75 8 pair 0,75 12 pair 0,75 16 pair 0,75 24 pair 0,75 1 pair 1,5 2 pair 1,5 4 pair 1,5 8 pair 1,5 12 pair 1,5 16 pair 1,5 24 pair 1,5 1 triple 0,75 2 triple 0,75 4 triple 0,75 8 triple 0,75 12 triple 0,75 16 triple 0,75 24 triple 0,75 1 triple 1,5 2 triple 1,5 4 triple 1,5 8 triple 1,5 12 triple 1,5 16 triple 1,5 24 triple 1,5

0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8

8,0 12,0 13,0 18,5 21,5 24,5 30,0 9,0 13,5 15,5 21,5 25,5 29,0 35,0 8,5 13,0 15,0 20,5 24,5 28,0 34,0 9,5 14,5 18,0 24,5 29,5 32,0 41,0

95 185 275 530 750 940 1415 135 260 420 775 1125 1435 2140 110 230 355 675 975 1240 1825 165 345 540 995 1500 1905 2875

26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200

IEC 60332.3 Cat. A FLAME RETARDANT TEST

10

NEK 606
Halogen free MUD resistant 40 Deg C

Fire resistant

P O R O R L N A M O U R OW W ON NT RO AR RE ED D P WE E R & & C C T O L U U N R M O U

BU 0 0, ,6 6//1 1k kV V
H L O G N R E D E T A HA L GE N RE & M MU U DR ES SIIS AN NT A L O E NF F E E& U R S T T
F III R E E S III S T A N T F R E R E S S T A N T F R ER R E S S T A N T

Design and construction Operating temperature Nominal voltage Uo / U Flame retardancy Fire resistance Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance

IEC 60092-353 IEC 60092-3 85C 0.6 / 1 kV IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60331-21 IEC 60754 -1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

CONSTRUCTION DATA
1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. SEPARATOR 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned copper IEC 60228 class 2 mica tape + halogen free HEPR compound halogen free tape SHF2 thermoset dual compound halogen free & MUD resistant

CORES IDENTIFICATION
1 core 2 cores 3 cores 4 cores 5 cores and above sheath colour off-white (grey) off-white - black off-white - black - red off-white - black - red - blue white & numbered black

SHEATH MARKING
CCI BU 0.6/1 kV n x s / braid mm2 NEK 606 QA ref metric marking IEC 60331-21

BU 0,6/1 kV
Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERALL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX) CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km CURRENT RATING AT 45 Deg C (A)

0,6/1 KV
SHORT CIRCUIT RATING (KA)

1x16 1x25 1x35 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 2x1,5 2x2,5 2x4 2x6 3x1,5 3x2,5 3x4 3x6 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 3x50 4x1,5 4x2,5 4x4 4x6 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 7x1,5 12x1,5 19x1,5 7x2,5 12x2,5 19x2,5

1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,4 1,6 1,6 1,8 2,0 2,2 2,4 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0 1,0

10,0 12,0 13,5 15,5 17,0 19,5 21,5 24,0 26,5 29,0 32,0 10,5 11,5 12,5 13,5 11,5 12,0 13,5 15,0 17,0 19,0 23,0 26,5 31,0 12,5 13,5 15,5 16,5 19,5 21,0 26,0 29,0 33,0 14,5 19,5 23,0 16,0 21,0 25,0

240 355 460 615 820 1110 1375 1680 2070 2700 3335 150 190 245 305 175 220 305 380 550 775 1170 1555 2125 230 295 375 485 690 1010 1515 1965 2680 330 510 775 405 645 980

1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 0,270 0,195 0,154 0,126 0,100 0,076 0,061 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 1,840 1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 12,200 7,560 4,700 3,110 1,840 1,160 0,735 0,530 0,391 12,200 12,200 12,200 7,560 7,560 7,560

90 120 145 180 225 275 320 365 415 490 560 17 24 32 41 14 20 27 34 47 63 84 102 126 14 20 27 34 47 63 84 102 126 11 9 8 15 12 11

2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 10,20 13,90 17,50 21,90 27,00 35,00 43,80 0,21 0,35 0,58 0,87 0,21 0,36 0,58 0,87 1,46 2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 0,21 0,36 0,58 0,87 1,46 2,33 3,65 5,11 7,30 0,21 0,21 0,21 0,36 0,36 0,36

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BU(c) 250 V
H L O E R E E HA OG EN NF E E & A L G F R E & M D E A MU DR ES SIIS ST AN NT T U R T
F III R E E S III S T A N T F R E R E S S T A N T F R ER R E S S T A N T

C O M O C R N OM ON RE EE C M M NS S C E N

Design and construction Nominal voltage Maximum rated temperature Flame retardancy Fire resistance Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance

IEC 60092-375 IEC 60092.353 IEC 60092.3 250 V 85 Deg C IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60331 IEC 60754-1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

CONSTRUCTION DATA
1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. COMMON SCREEN 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned stranded copper wire IEC 60228 class 2 mica tape + halogen free HEPR compound copper/Polyester tape tinned copper drain wire SHF2 thermoset compound halogen free & MUD resistant)

PAIR / TRIPLE IDENTIFICATION


pair triple black light blue black brown light blue

pairs / triples progressively numbered

sheath colour

grey blue for intrinsically safe

SHEATH MARKING
CCI BU (c) 250 V n x p(trp) x s mm QA ref metric marking
2

NEK 606 IEC 60331-21

BU (c) 250 Volt


Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERALL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX)

250 Volt
CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km

2 pair 0,75 4 pair 0,75 8 pair 0,75 12 pair 0,75 16 pair 0,75 24 pair 0,75 2 pair 1,5 4 pair 1,5 8 pair 1,5 12 pair 1,5 16 pair 1,5 24 pair 1,5 2 triple 0,75 4 triple 0,75 8 triple 0,75 12 triple 0,75 16 triple 0,75 24 triple 0,75 2 triple 1,5 4 triple 1,5 8 triple 1,5 12 triple 1,5 16 triple 1,5 24 triple 1,5

0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8

12,5 14,0 20,0 22,5 24,5 31,0 14,0 16,0 22,5 26,0 28,0 34,5 14,0 16,5 21,5 26,0 28,0 34,5 16,0 18,5 25,5 30,5 33,0 40,0

190 265 490 685 840 1240 255 375 710 975 1225 1815 240 355 650 950 1155 1725 345 520 950 1375 1740 2575

26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200

I S T M E T N M U D IN N TR RU U EN NT TA TI IO ON N U NA AR MO UR RE D N S U M A U R O E

BU(i)

250 V
IIN D IIV II D U L C R E N D UA C RE N D V D A LS S C E E N

H L O G N E U II S T N T HA GE FR RE UD RE S TA T A L O E NF E E & &M M DR ES S S A N
F III R E E S III S T A N T F R E R E S S T A N T F R ER R E S S T A N T

Design and construction Nominal voltage Maximum rated temperature Flame retardancy Fire resistance Corrosivity Smoke density MUD resistance

IEC 60092-375 IEC 60092.353 IEC 60092.3 250 V 85 Deg C IEC 60332-1 IEC 60332-3 cat A IEC 60331-21 IEC 60754-1 IEC 60754-2 IEC 61034-2 NEK 606

CONSTRUCTION DATA
1. CONDUCTOR 2. INSULATION 3. INDIVIDUAL SCREEN 4. OUTER SHEATH tinned stranded copper wire IEC 60228 class 2 mica tape + halogen free HEPR compound copper/Polyester tape tinned copper drain wire SHF2 thermoset compound halogen free & MUD resistant

PAIR / TRIPLE IDENTIFICATION


pair triple black light blue black brown light blue

pairs / triples progressively numbered

sheath colour

grey blue for intrinsically safe

SHEATH MARKING
CCI BU (i) 250 V n x p(trp) x s mm QA ref metric marking
2

NEK 606

IEC 60331-21

BU (i) 250 Volt


Nominal dimensional and electrical data
CONSTRUCTION INSULATION THICKNESS (mm) (mm) OVERALL DIAMETER (APPROX) (mm) (kg/km) WEIGHT (APPROX)

250 Volt
CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE AT 20 Deg C Ohm/km

1 pair 0,75 2 pair 0,75 4 pair 0,75 8 pair 0,75 12 pair 0,75 16 pair 0,75 24 pair 0,75 1 pair 1,5 2 pair 1,5 4 pair 1,5 8 pair 1,5 12 pair 1,5 16 pair 1,5 24 pair 1,5 1 triple 0,75 2 triple 0,75 4 triple 0,75 8 triple 0,75 12 triple 0,75 16 triple 0,75 24 triple 0,75 1 triple 1,5 2 triple 1,5 4 triple 1,5 8 triple 1,5 12 triple 1,5 16 triple 1,5 24 triple 1,5

0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8

8,5 13,5 15,0 20,0 24,0 27,0 33,0 9,5 14,5 17,0 23,0 28,0 31,0 38,5 9,5 14,5 17,0 22,0 27,0 29,5 36,5 10,5 15,5 19,0 25,0 30,5 35,0 42,5

105 225 325 610 875 1075 1610 145 305 465 850 1250 1575 2350 130 255 395 745 1080 1385 2040 175 375 580 1090 1635 2050 3055

26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 26,600 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200 12,200

IEC 60331 FIRE RESISTANT TEST

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Generals

Generals
Some parameters affecting operational chacteristics of the cables mentioned in this catalog

CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE
It is the most important parameter of the conductor sizing related to: conductor resistivity [ / mm 2/m] l A t f conductor length cross area temperature frequency [km] [mm 2] [Deg C] [Hz]

For low frequencies, conductor resistance is equal to DC condition.

R=l/A
Temperature influence is calculated as:

[]

Rt = R20 (234,5 + t) / 254,5


where: Rt conductor resistance R20 conductor resistance at 20 Deg C t conductor temperature Conductor resistance increases with frequency. [] [] [Deg C]

[]

INSULATION RESISTANCE
Its a peculiar characteristic of the insulation material. An higher value of insulation resistance means larger insulating capacity of the insulation. The "insulation resistance constant Ki" is calculated from the measured insulation resistance by the following formula:

Ki = l R 10-11 / (log10D / d)
where: R measured insulation resistance l length if the cable D outer diameter of the insulation d inner diameter of the insulation

[M km]
[] [m] [mm] [mm]

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REACTANCE
In a cable operating in a.c. it is related mainly to axial distance between conductors. For 2 - 3 - 4 conductors the reactance per phase could be calculated as:

X = 2 f L I
f L l L frequency Induction core length [Hz] [H/m] [m]

[]

Induction Is calculates as follows:

L = 0,2 [(ln 2a / d) + 0.25] 10-6


a d distance between cores core diameter [mm] [mm]

[H/m]

MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES - REACTANCE


CROSS SECTION [mm2 ] SINGLE CORE [/km] 50 Hz 60 Hz THREE CORES [/km] 50 Hz 60 Hz

25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300

0.147 0.145 0.137 0.130 0.118 0.114 0.108 0.107 0.106 0.086

0.177 0.174 0.165 0.156 0.142 0.137 0.130 0.129 0.127 0.103

0.119 0.116 0.108 0.102 0.097 0.095 0.092 0.089

0.143 0.139 0.130 0.122 0.116 0.114 0.110 0.107

IMPEDANCE

Z = (R2 + X2)
[] []

[]

R X

resistance reactance

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MUTUAL CAPACITANCE
Low mutual capacitance causes small distorsion of the signal. Digital signal transmissions are sensible to this features. Is affected by: - type of conductor construction (increasing of conductor size means larger capacitance) - insulation thickness (inversely proportional)

ATTENUATION
It is defined as the decreasing, in signal amplitude, over the total length of the cable. Its value increases with the frequency increasing. Minimizing the attenuation means long distance transmission without amplification and no distorsions.

INTERFERENCES
Are defined as all the noises influencing the signal transmission. They are produced internally the cable (i.e. cross talk) and externally (i.e. power equipments or HF generators). Both can be reduced by using suitable screenings.

INSTRUMENTATION AND TELECOMMUNICATION CABLES ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS


SIZE [mm2 ] INDUCTANCE (approx) [mH/km] MUTUAL CAPACITANCE max (approx) [nF/km] individual screen common screen LOOP RESISTANCE max (approx) [/km]

0.75 1.0 1.5

0.72 0.69 0.66

< 100 < 110 < 120

< 95 < 100 < 110

50.4 37.1 24.2

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CURRENT DETERMINATION according to power and voltage


In case of three-phase systems, determination of the current Intensity related to power and voltage can be easily calculated by using:

I = 722 kW / V
where I = current intensity V = rated voltage kW = power(cos = 0.8) kVA = power HP = horse power

I = 578 kVA / V

I = 531 HP / V

[A] [V] [kW] [kVA] [HP]

VOLTAGE DROP (up to 1 kV) V = K I L / 1000 [V]


I L K rated current electric line length see following table
nominal size [mm2 ] 2 cores cos =1 cos = 0.8 cos =1 K 3 cores cos = 0.8 3 cores (three-foil format.) cos =1 cos = 0.8

[A] [m]

1.0 1.5 2.5 4.0 6.0 10.0 16.0 25.0 35.0 50.0 70.0 95.0 120.0 150.0 185.0 240.0 300.0

45.00 30.20 18.20 11.40 7.560 4.550 2.870 1.810 1.310 0.967 0.669 0.484 0.383 0.314 0.251 0.193 0.156

36.10 24.30 14.70 9.210 6.160 3.730 2.390 1.550 1.140 0.866 0.624 0.476 0.394 0.341 0.289 0.245 0.215

39.00 26.10 15.70 9.850 6.540 3.940 2.480 1.570 1.130 0.838 0.579 0.419 0.332 0.272 0.217 0.167 0.135

31.30 21.00 12.70 7.980 5.340 3.240 2.070 1.340 0.988 0.750 0.541 0.412 0.342 0.295 0.250 0.212 0.186

38.30 25.70 15.40 9.650 6.420 3.870 2.440 1.540 1.110 0.820 0.568 0.410 0.325 0.265 0.213 0.163 0.132

30.80 20.70 12.50 7.870 5.280 3.220 2.070 1.340 0.993 0.760 0.555 0.428 0.358 0.308 0.265 0.224 0.198

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US / METRIC CROSS SECTION CONVERSION TABLE


Standard metric AWG (U.S.) cross-section cross-section (mm2 ) (mm2 ) Metric Standard metric MCM (U.S.) cross-section cross-section (mm2 ) (mm2 ) Metric

20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0

0.519 0.823 1.31 2.08 3.31 5.26 8.37 13.30 21.15 33.62 42.41 53.49 67.23 85.01 107.2

0.75 1 1.5 2.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 70 95 120

250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1250

126.7 152.0 177.3 202.7 228.0 253.4 278.7 304.0 329.4 354.7 380.0 405.4 430.7 456.0 481.4 506.7 633.4

150 150 185 185 240 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 630

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CCI - NEK 606 Offshore Cables - REV 0 11.00


All data mentioned in the catalogue may be subject to continuous revision and improved at any time

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