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Technical Specification of GECOL

Elbow Connectors
for XLPE Insulated Cable (11kV, 30kV)

(Revision history)
- Issued on: Jan. 01, 2007
- Amended on: Jan. 01 2013

General Electricity Company of Libya

Contents
1

SCOPE AND SERVICE CONDITIONS.............................................................................................. 4


1.1

SCOPE .................................................................................................................................................. 4

1.2

SERVICE CONDITIONS ........................................................................................................................... 4

1.2.1

Normal service conditions ......................................................................................................... 4

1.2.2

Unusual service conditions ........................................................................................................ 4

NORMATIVE REFERENCES ............................................................................................................. 4

DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 5

3.1

DEAD BREAK CONNECTOR ................................................................................................................... 5

3.2

ELBOW ................................................................................................................................................. 5

3.3

BUSHING INSERT .................................................................................................................................. 5

KINDS AND RATINGS......................................................................................................................... 5


4.1

KINDS .................................................................................................................................................. 5

4.2

RATING ................................................................................................................................................ 7

4.2.1

Voltage and Frequency .............................................................................................................. 7

4.2.2

Current and temperature ........................................................................................................... 7

4.2.3

Earthing ..................................................................................................................................... 7

4.2.4

Dimensions of cables ................................................................................................................. 7

REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................................. 8
5.1

TYPE .................................................................................................................................................... 8

5.2

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................... 8

5.3

KIT COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................ 9

5.3.1

Connector housing general...................................................................................................... 10

5.3.2

Elbow connector housing ........................................................................................................ 10

5.3.3

Tee connector housing ............................................................................................................. 10

5.3.4

Cable adapter (if necessary) .................................................................................................... 10

5.3.5

Pin contact ............................................................................................................................... 10

5.3.6

Shear off connector .................................................................................................................. 10

5.3.7

Bail restraint ............................................................................................................................ 10

5.3.8

Stud bolt ................................................................................................................................... 10

5.3.9

Basic insulating plug ................................................................................................................ 11

5.3.10

Plug cap ............................................................................................................................... 11

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5.3.11

Trifurcating glove for 3 core cable ........................................................................................... 11

5.3.12

Tools and equipment required for connecting work ............................................................. 11

5.4

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ..............................................................................................................11

5.4.1

AC withstand voltage ................................................................................................................ 11

5.4.2

DC withstand voltage ............................................................................................................... 11

5.4.3

Partial discharge voltage.......................................................................................................... 11

5.4.4

Impulse voltage withstand ....................................................................................................... 12

5.4.5

Thermal cycling characteristics .............................................................................................. 12

5.4.6

Thermal short circuit current withstand of screen ................................................................... 12

5.4.7

Thermal short circuit current withstand of conductor ............................................................. 13

5.4.8

Dynamic short circuit current withstand ................................................................................. 13

5.4.9

Disconnect and connect test .................................................................................................... 13

5.4.10

Operating eye test (if applicable)........................................................................................ 13

5.4.11

Screen resistance ..................................................................................................................... 13

5.4.12

Screen leakage current ........................................................................................................ 13

5.4.13

Screen fault current initiation ............................................................................................. 13

5.4.14

Operating force ................................................................................................................... 14

5.4.15

Capacitive test point ........................................................................................................... 14

TESTS ................................................................................................................................................... 14
6.1

TYPE TESTS ........................................................................................................................................ 14

6.2

ROUTINE TESTS .................................................................................................................................. 14

6.3

ACCEPTANCE TESTS ........................................................................................................................... 14

MARKING ........................................................................................................................................... 15

PACKING AND DELIVERY .............................................................................................................. 15

DOCUMENT AND CERTIFICATE .................................................................................................. 16

10

9.1

INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED WITH THE BID .................................................................................. 16

9.2

DOCUMENTS TO BE APPROVED BY GECOL ........................................................................................ 16

9.3

DOCUMENTATION ............................................................................................................................... 17

WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................ 17

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GES (Technical Specification of GECOL)


Elbow Connectors
for XLPE Insulated Cable (11kV, 30kV)

1
1.1

Scope and service conditions


Scope

The specification covers the indoor / outdoor use dead break type elbow / tee cable
connectors for armored / non-armored, single / three core(s) stranded conductor, extruded
dielectric shielded, XLPE insulated cables rated in preferred voltage of 11kV and 30kV on
distribution system in Libya.
1.2

Service conditions

1.2.1 Normal service conditions


Elbow connectors shall be suitable for use under the following service conditions:
(a) Maximum altitude: 1,000m (ASL)
(b) Environmental temperatures: 10C to +50C
1.2.2 Unusual service conditions
Condition other than those listed in 1.2.1 for elbow connectors are considered to be
unusual. The manufacturer should discuss with GECOL for the unusual service conditions.

Normative references

The elbow connectors shall confirm to the latest edition of following international
standards:
(a) IEC 60228: Conductors of insulated cables
(b) IEC 60502: Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated
voltage from 1kV (Um=1.2kV) up to 30kV (Um=36kV)
(c) IEC 60502-2: Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated
voltages from 1kV up to 30kV, Part 2 : Cables for rated voltage from 6kV up to 30kV
(d) IEC 60502-4: Test requirements on accessories for cables with rated voltage from 1kV
(Um=1.2kV) up to 30kV (Um=36kV)
(e) IEC 61442: Electric cables Test methods for accessories for power cables with rated
voltage from 6kV (Um=7.2kV) up to 30kV (Um=36kV)

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(f) IEEE Std 386: Separable insulated connector systems for power distribution system
above 600V

Definitions

3.1

Dead break connector

A connector designed to be separated and engaged on de-energized circuits only


3.2

Elbow

A connector component for connecting a power cable to a bushing, so designed that


when assembled with the bushing, the axes of the cable and bushing are perpendicular
3.3

Bushing insert

A connector component intended for insertion into a bushing well

Kinds and ratings

4.1

Kinds

Kinds of the connector are determined by kinds of cables and to be applied as listed in
Table 1 of this specification.
Table 1 Kinds of Elbow or Tee connectors
Nominal
Cross Sectional
Specification
No. of
Current Rating
Voltage
Armor
Screen Area of Cable
No.
Core(s)
(A)
(kV)
(mm2)
4421118

200

4421218

400

4421318

240

4421418
4421518

630
800

11

Al Wire

Cu Tape

1250

4421220

400

4421320

630
400

4421420

800

4421520

1250

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Nominal
Specification
Voltage
No.
(kV)

No. of
Core(s)

Armor

Screen

Cross Sectional
Current Rating
Area of Cable
(A)
(mm2)

4422118

200

4422218

400

4422318

240

800

4422418
4422518

630

11

Non

1250

Cu Tape

4422220

400

4422320

400

4422420

630
800

4422520

1250

4423116

200

4423216

400

4423316

150

630

4423416

800

4423516

1250

4423117

200

4423217

400

4423317

11

Steel Tape Cu Tape

185

630

4423417

800

4423517

1250

4423118

200

4423218

400

4423318

240

630

4423418

800

4423518

1250

4431120

200

4431220
4431320
4431122

400
30

Al Wire

4431222

630

Cu Wire

200
630

4431322

400

400
630

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Nominal
Specification
Voltage
No.
(kV)
4432120

No. of
Core(s)

Armor

Screen

4432220
4432320
4432122

Cross Sectional
Current Rating
Area of Cable
(A)
(mm2)
200
400

30

Non

630

Cu Wire

4432222

400
200

630

400

4432322

630

4433116

200

4433216

150

4433316
4433118

630
30

Steel Tape Cu Tape

4433218

200
240

4433318
4.2

400

400
630

Rating

The normal rating specified shall be the continuous rating under the worst temperature
and geographical conditions encountered in Libya.
4.2.1 Voltage and Frequency
(a) The nominal system phase to phase voltage shall be 11kV and 30kV.
(b) The system highest voltage for equipment shall be 17.5kV and 36kV respectively.
(c) The voltage rating of connectors shall be 8.7/15kV and 18/30kV respectively.
(d) The system frequency shall be 50Hz.
4.2.2 Current and temperature
The current and temperature ratings of the elbow connector shall be equal to or greater
than those of the cable for which it is designed as verified in relevant standards.
4.2.3 Earthing
11kV and 30kV systems have no earthing on the line.
4.2.4 Dimensions of cables
The connectors shall comply with the cable dimensions listed in Table 2 of this
specification.

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Table 2 - Dimensions of cables


Rated
Voltage

No. of
Core(s)

Armor

Screen

Approx. Diameter (mm)


Cross Sectional
2
Area (mm ) Conductor Insulation Overall
240

18

29

43

400

23

34

49

240

18

29

36

400

23

34

43

150

14

25

70

185

16

27

74

240

18

29

80

400

23

40

59

630

31

48

66

400

23

40

54

630

31

48

60

150

14

32

93

240

18

36

104

Al Wire Cu Tape
1
Non

Cu Tape

8.7/15kV
Steel
Tape

Cu Tape

Al Wire Cu Wire
1
Non

18/30kV

Steel
Tape

Cu Wire

Cu Tape

Requirements

5.1

Type

The connector type shall comply with Table 3 of this specification according to the
continuous current ratings.
Table 3 Connector and pin type

5.2

Continuous current ratings (A)

Connector type

Pin type

200

Elbow

Slide

400

Elbow

Slide

630

Elbow or Tee

Thread

800

Tee

Thread

1250

Tee

Thread

General requirements

All connectors shall be of screened separable type and each connector shall have

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suitable dimensions and structure with mating bushing in Figure 1~4 of this specification
and EN 50181.
Connectors shall be factory engineered kits and shall be the product of one manufacturer.
Connectors shall be fully shielded, suitable for use on 11kV and 30kV distribution system
of Libya. The connector and its material shall be appropriate for each cable size and
applicable voltage.
The connectors shall be easily adapted to accommodate XLPE cable. The connectors
shall be capable of tolerating any variance in the manufactured dimension of the cable such
as oval, out of round, sectored or oversize cable cores.
The connector materials shall be supplied in a complete kit to suit various sizes of cable
and to provide stress control, non tracking and sealing. It shall consist of high permittivity,
high resistivity, stress control, non-tracking polymeric materials and prevent ingress of
moisture and contamination.
All polymeric components shall be non-tracking and suitable for operation in the
presence of severe external contaminating and environment pollution in Libya.
The connectors shall meet the requirements of the latest edition of IEC 60502-4 and
related international standards.
5.3

Kit components

The connector kits shall include following components listed in Table 4 of this
specification.
Table 4 Components of connectors
Connector
type

Elbow

Tee

(a) Elbow connector housing


(b) Cable adapter (if necessary)
Individual (b) Pin contact
components (c) Crimping connector
(d) Bail restraint

(a) Tee connector housing


(b) Cable adapter (if necessary)
(c) Crimping connector
(d) Stud bolt
(e) Basic insulation plug
(f) Plug cap

(a) Trifurcating glove for 3 core cable


(b) Lubricants
Common
components (c) Installation instruction
(d) Component list
(e) All other items necessary to complete the connection

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5.3.1 Connector housing general


The connector housing shall be of one piece type and shall be of reasonable size to
accommodate cables easily. The housing shall be capable of proper sealing, sufficient
strength, robustness and impact resistance. Connector housing shall be able to smooth the
electrical field over the connector and cable screen ends.
The connector shall be connected with well type mating bushing perpendicularly.
Dimensions and structure shall be suitable for connection with its well type bushing
specified in Figure 1 to Figure 4 of this specification and EN 50181.
5.3.2 Elbow connector housing
Elbow connector housing shall have a voltage test point and an earthing eye. Voltage
test point shall be insulated by a cap.
5.3.3 Tee connector housing
Tee connector housing shall be equipped with an earthing eye.
5.3.4 Cable adapter (if necessary)
Cable adapter shall provide insulation and initial cable stress relief.
5.3.5 Pin contact
Pin contact shall be suitably connected to socket contact of well type bushing and shall
not make galvanic corrosions with bushing conductor. The current ratings of pin contact
shall be equal to or greater than those of the connectors.
5.3.6 Shear off connector
The connector shall be shear off type suitable for both copper and aluminum conductors
. The material shall be of good conductivity and mechanical strength. The current ratings
of connector shall be equal to or greater than those of the connectors and shall not make
galvanic corrosion with the conductor.
5.3.7 Bail restraint
Bail restraint shall have enough mechanical strength to keep the close adhesion with
mating bushing.
5.3.8 Stud bolt
Stud bolt shall have enough electrical, mechanical and thermal strength to connect with
threaded contact of bushing, crimping connector and threaded contact of basic insulation
plug. It shall not make galvanic corrosion with metallic materials to be connected.

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5.3.9 Basic insulating plug


Basic insulation plug shall provide insulation and sealing at one side of tee connector. It
shall provide voltage test point.
5.3.10 Plug cap
Plug cap shall provide insulation for voltage test point on basic insulation plug.
5.3.11 Trifurcating glove for 3 core cable
Trifurcating glove shall provide a sealed and weather resistant surface from the bottom
of connector to the oversheath.
5.3.12 Tools and equipment required for connecting work
The connector shall require the fewest special tools or equipment for connecting work.
But if any special tool and equipment is needed for the terminating work, full details shall
be included in the offer as separate items and with individual prices.
5.4

Electrical requirements

5.4.1 AC withstand voltage


The connectors shall withstand following test voltage without breakdown or flashover
for the time specified in Table 5 of this specification.
Table 5 - AC withstand voltage and duration
Rated voltage of
connector (kV)

AC test voltage
(kV rms)

Duration

8.7/15

39 (dry)

5 min

18/30

81 (dry)

5 min

5.4.2 DC withstand voltage


The connectors shall withstand following test voltage without breakdown or flashover
for the time specified in Table 6 of this specification.
Table 6 - DC withstand voltage and duration
Rated voltage of
connector (kV)

DC test voltage
(kV, dry)

Duration

8.7/15

35

15 min

18/30

72

15 min

5.4.3 Partial discharge voltage


Minimum partial discharge voltage of the connectors shall greater than following Table

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7 of this specification. The partial discharge shall not exceed 10pC. The connectors shall be
tested at 5K to 10K above maximum cable conductor temperature in normal operation and
at ambient temperature.
Table 7 - Minimum partial discharge voltage
Rated voltage of connector
(kV)

Minimum partial discharge voltage level


(kV rms)

8.7/15

15

18/30

30

5.4.4 Impulse voltage withstand


The connectors shall withstand 10 positive and 10 negative full wave impulses with a
magnitude equal to the value specified in Table 8 of this specification under 5K to 10K
above maximum cable conductor temperature in normal operation and ambient
temperature.
Table 8 - Impulse voltage withstand level
Rated voltage of connector
(kV)

Impulse withstand voltage level


(kV peak)

8.7/15

95

18/30

170

5.4.5 Thermal cycling characteristics


The connectors shall withstand AC test voltage specified in Table 9 of this specification
without breakdown or flashover during 30 times of heating and cooling cycles in the air
and in the water. Thermal cycle is specified in Clause 9 of IEC 61442.
Table 9 - AC withstand voltage
Rated voltage of connector
(kV)

AC test voltage
(kV rms, dry)

8.7/15

23

18/30

45

5.4.6 Thermal short circuit current withstand of screen


The screen of connectors shall withstand short time, short circuit currents. The
magnitude and duration shall comply with Table 10 of this specification. The connectors
shall be tested at 5K to 10K above maximum cable conductor temperature in normal
operation and ambient temperature. The short-circuit test shall not cause any deterioration

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of the connectors ability.


Table 10 Short circuit current and duration
Cross sectional area of
conductor (mm2)

Short circuit current


(kA)

Duration

150

21.5

1 sec.

185

26.5

1 sec.

240

34.3

1 sec.

630

90.0

1 sec.

5.4.7 Thermal short circuit current withstand of conductor


The conductor of connectors shall withstand short time, short circuit currents. Test
method is specified in Clause 11 of IEC 61442. The short-circuit test shall not cause any
deterioration of the connectors ability.
5.4.8 Dynamic short circuit current withstand
The connectors shall withstand dynamic short circuit currents. Test method is specified
in Clause 12 of IEC 61442. The short-circuit test shall not cause any deterioration of the
connectors ability.
5.4.9 Disconnect and connect test
Pin contact shall not be damaged by visible check after 5 times of disconnection and
connection.
5.4.10 Operating eye test (if applicable)
Operating eye shall withstand axial force of 1,300N for 1 minute when 14Nm of
rotation torque is applied in a clockwise direction and in an anticlockwise direction.
5.4.11 Screen resistance
Screen resistance shall not exceed 5,000 when measured as Clause 14 of IEC 61442.
5.4.12 Screen leakage current
Screen leakage current shall not exceed 0.5mA at system highest voltage for equipment
when measured as Clause 15 of IEC 61442.
5.4.13 Screen fault current initiation
The fault initiation shall occur within 3 seconds at earthed system conditions as tested by
Clause 16 of IEC 61442.

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5.4.14 Operating force


Open and close force shall be less than 900N measured with conditions of Clause 17 of
IEC 61442.
5.4.15 Capacitive test point
Capacitance of test point to cable conductor shall be greater than 1.0pF. And ratio of
capacitance of test point to earth and capacitance of test point to cable conductor shall not
exceed 12.0.

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6.1

Tests
Type tests

Tenderer shall include with their offers type test certificates including test carried out in
accordance with the IEC 60502-4 and 61442, which are issued by an approved
internationally acknowledged reputable independent testing laboratory.
(a) AC withstand voltage test (IEC 61442, Clause 4)
(b) DC withstand voltage test (IEC 61442, Clause 5)
(d) Impulse withstand voltage test (IEC 61442, Clause 6)
(c) Partial discharge voltage level test (IEC 61442, Clause 7)
(e) Thermal cycling test (IEC 61442, Clause 9)
(f) Thermal short circuit test (IEC 61442, Clause 10, 11)
(g) Dynamic short circuit test (IEC 61442, Clause 12)
(h) Disconnect and connect test (IEC 60502-4, Table 7)
(i) Operating eye test (if applicable) (IEC 61442, Clause 18)
(j) Screen resistance (IEC 61442, Clause 14)
(k) Screen leakage current (IEC 61442, Clause 15)
(l) Screen fault current initiation (IEC 61442, Clause 16)
(m) Operating force (IEC 61442, Clause 17)
(n) Capacitive test point (IEC 61442, Clause 20)
6.2

Routine tests

Following routine tests shall be applied 100% of production.


(a) Partial discharge voltage level test (IEC 61442, Clause 7)
(b) AC withstand voltage test (IEC 61442, Clause 4)
6.3

Acceptance tests

Cable connector kits are to be checked for compliance with this specification and with
the schedule quantity. GECOL reserves the rights to ask for several kinds of type tests to
confirm the quality of the connector in the presence of GECOL representatives.

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Marking

The connectors shall be permanently and legibly identified with the following
information items.
(a) Manufacturers identification
(b) Model identification
(c) Part identification
(d) Date of manufacture (month and year)
(e) Use before (if applicable)
(f) Maximum phase-to-phase voltage ratings
(g) Applicable cable type, cross sectional area of conductor and insulation diameter range

Packing and Delivery

Each connector shall be in a separate corrugated cardboard box and every 100 kits shall
be contained in a wood box. Each connector kit shall have a list of materials indicating
quantities and instruction sheet.
The supplier shall provide packing of the connectors as is required to prevent their
damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination and long period of storage,
as indicated in the contract. The packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation,
rough handling during transit and exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation
during transit and storage.
(a) The supplier shall prepare the kit and its components for shipment to protect it from
damage during shipment and subsequent storage.
(b) All connectors and their components shall be shipped from the factory to the specified
site.
(c) Each shipment shall include a detailed packing list identifying all items by part
number, including hardware.
(d) All material shall be carefully loaded for protection during shipment.
(e) All materials shall be arranged to allow safe unloading at the site.
(f) There shall be handling instruction to minimize damage.
The outer packing must be clearly marked on at least four (4) sides as follows;
(a) Name of the procuring department
(b) Name of the supplier
(c) Contract description and number
(d) Final destination
(e) Gross weight
(f) Any special lifting instructions
(g) Any special handling instructions

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(h) Any relevant pollution or environment classifications

Document and Certificate

The connectors and all associated materials quoted by the supplier shall be approved by
GECOL. The quantity of documents and certificates submitted shall be not less than three
copies. The connectors shall conform to the latest edition of IEC 60502-4, IEC 61442 and
relevant international standards including Clause 2 of this specification. The design and
construction of connector shall be subjected to the approval of GECOL.
9.1

Information to be provided with the BID

Technical descriptions, data sheets, catalogues and other information shall be submitted
with the BID and those which are submitted shall be sufficient to enable GECOL to
evaluate thoroughly the proposal as to its compliance with the requirements of this
specification.
The minimum requirement is as follows:
(a) Detailed summary of difference with this specification
(b) Technical Data Sheet duly filled in and signed (Annex A)
(c) Material safety data certificates of all chemical materials used for manufacturing
(d) Detailed drawing including outer figures of all components with dimension and inner
structure in A3 or A4 size
(e) Detailed handling, installation and maintenance manual & schedule for good operation
(f) Component list and numbers
(g) Electrical field diagram and calculations
(h) Brochures and catalogues containing outline dimensions, main electrical and
mechanical data, etc.
(i) Applicable design specification and standards in English language
(j) Test certificates approved by international institute in accordance with Table 7 of IEC
60502-4
(k) Quality control system and relevant certificate
9.2

Documents to be approved by GECOL

The supplier shall furnish all relevant technical information, drawings etc. to GECOL
for approval prior to the start of manufacture. Offers without Technical Data Sheet
completely filled in will be rejected.
(a) Vendor(s) details/ Reference list
(b) Technical Data Sheet
(c) Tests schedule and procedures
(d) Transportation schedule and storage conditions
(e) Drawings of materials (All drawings shall be in A3 or A4 size with title block

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approved by GECOL)
9.3

Documentation

All documents supplied under this specification shall be documented to the extent that
the end user can easily understand its theory of operation, performance, installation and
maintenance for the product. All documents shall be submitted being filed in order to
approve of GECOL and reorder later.
Language in all documents and drawings shall be written in English and dimensions
shall be used in metric SI-units.

10 Warranty
The supplier shall provide a full three-year limited warranty on all equipment supplied.
The warranty shall cover all parts and all costs, which are directly attributable to the
supplier. Warranty coverage shall begin on the date that the equipment is received.

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Dia 560.2

Dia 44.50.2

Dia 460.2

Dia 32.50.2

0
Dia 14 -0.04

Dia 30.90.2
0
Dia 7.9 -0.05

40

900.2
0
48-0.2

10 1

12 0.2

Dia 48.50.2

Dia 700.2

Figure 1 200A Plug-in type bushing

Figure 2 400A Plug-in type bushing

Dia 560.2

Dia 52.10.2

Dia 460.2

Dia 39.90.2

Dia 25

Dia 31.80.2

min

M16x2-6H

M16x2-6H
1.5

30
min

35

30
min

35

900.2

81

12 0.2

15.8

Dia 760.2

Dia 700.2

Figure 3 630A Plug-in type bushing

Figure 4 800A, 1250A Plug-in type bushing

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Appendix A
Technical Data Sheet

No.

Description

Manufacturers name

Applicable standards

Identification No. (Model No.)

Applicable cable type

Applicable cross sectional area of conductor (mm2)

Applicable diameter of insulation (mm)

Applicable diameter of oversheath (mm)

Rating current (A)

No. of core(s)

Particulars

10 Type of connector
11 Voltage rating phase to ground (kV rms)
12 Voltage rating phase to phase (kV rms)
13 Normal operation temperature (C)
14 Emergency operation temperature (C)
15 Dimension
a) Diameter (mm)
b) Length (mm)
16 AC withstand voltage test (Dry)
a) Minute(s)
b) Voltage level (kV rms)
17 DC withstand voltage test
a) Minute(s)
b) Voltage level (kV avg)
18 Minimum partial discharge voltage level (kV rms, pC)
a) at above normal operation temperature
b) at ambient temperature

Signature

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Technical Data Sheet

No.

Description

Particulars

19 Impulse withstand voltage test (kV peak)


20 Thermal cycle test (kV rms)
a) In air
b) In water
21 Thermal short circuit test of screen
a) Short circuit current (kA)
b) Short circuit duration (Sec.)
22 Thermal short circuit test of conductor
a) Short circuit current (kA)
b) Short circuit temperature (Sec.)
23 Dynamic short circuit test
a) Short circuit current (kA)
b) Short circuit duration (Sec.)
24 Screen resistance ()
25 Screen leakage current (mA)
26 Fault current initiation (Sec.)
27 Operating force (N)
28 Capacitance
a) Between test point and cable conductor (pF)
b) Between test point and earth (pF)
c) Ratio (b/a, pF)
29 Packing method
30 Connector kit components
31 Special tools and equipment for connecting work

Signature

Designation

Name of Tenderer

Date

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