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MARINE CABLES FINLAND

Prysmian Cables & Systems Oy


Kaapelitie 68, Pikkala
P.O. BOX 13, FI-02401 Kirkkonummi
www.prysmian.fi
Finland
Tel. +358 10 77551
Fax +358 9 298 2204

GERMANY RUSSIA
Prysmian Kabel und Systeme GmbH Alexey Glushkov
Austrasse 99 Representative for marine and offshore
D-96465 Neustadt bei Coburg, Germany projects in Russia and the CIS countries
Tel. +49 9568 93 2697 V.O., line 22, building 3
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Marine Cables
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HEAD OFFICE
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About us Marine Cables

The Prysmian Group is a world-class multinational company. Prysmian in Finland


Originally founded in 1872 as Ditta Pirelli & C., it has
during over a century achieved the leading position in the Prysmian Cables and Systems Oy has roots going back to
international cable market, both Energy and Telecom. 1912, when The Finnish Braiding Factory, the first cable
factory in Finland, was founded in Helsinki.
After the merger of Prysmian with Draka in 2011, the The company has since had many names, The Finnish Cable
Prysmian group is the biggest cable maker in the world Factory, Nokia Cables, NK Cables and Pirelli Cables and
with 98 manufacturing facilities in 50 countries and Systems Oy. Since October 2005 it is Prysmian Cables and
a combined personnel of about 22000. Systems Oy.

Prysmian Energy Cables and Systems is a global solutions In Finland there are two production facilities, the Pikkala
provider, offering a wide range of integrated solutions, cable factory and the Oulu cable factory. The Pikkala factory
such as cable systems, system design and engineering, is situated in Kirkkonummi, about 40 km west of Helsinki
project management, installation and post-sale services. along the coast. Production consists of marine cables,
heating cables and low, medium and high voltage cables
Prysmian concentrates on continuous product innovation as well as submarine cables. The main customer groups are
and on achieving a competitive edge by focusing on shipyards, installers, wholesalers, contractors, industry and
research and development. This is done through Prysmian’s power utilities.
own R&D centres and by co-operating with universities,
scientific institutions and above all, our customers. The Oulu factory is situated in the city of Oulu, about 800 km
Prysmian’s world-wide organisation makes and delivers north of Helsinki by the northern end of the Gulf of Bothnia.
advanced technological solutions to customers anywhere The main products there are various telecom cables and
in the world. house wiring cables.

Martin Pekuri Olli Anttonen Katrine Dawson Jorma Ikäheimonen Satu Karmavalo
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Seija Kurtén Timo Pölkki Vesa Riitaoja Susanne Welander Alexey Glushkov
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seija.kurten@ timo.polkki@ vesa.riitaoja@ susanne.welander@ prysma@yandex.ru
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CONTENTS

General 4

> POWER & CONTROL CABLES

LM-HF 0,6/1 (1,2) kV


Unarmoured Power and Control Cable 6

LSM-HF 0,6/1 (1,2) kV


Armoured Power and Control Cable 8

LSM-HF 1,8/3 (3,6) kV


Armoured Power Cable 10

> INSTRUMENTATION CABLES

LJST-HF 150/250 (300) V


Armoured Instrumentation and
Telecommunication Cable 12

LJT-HF 150/250 (300) V


Screened Instrumentation and Telecommunication Cable 14

HFX-ISOSA/Cu 250 V
Individually Screened Instrumentation and
Telecommunication Cable 16

SIENOPYR-FR PROFIBUS M-02Y(ST)CHX 100 V


Bus-Cable 18

> FIRE RESISTANT CABLES

LM-FRHF 0,6/1 (1,2) kV


Unarmoured Fire Resistant Power and Control Cable 20

LSM-FRHF 0,6/1 (1,2) kV


Armoured Fire Resistant Power and Control Cable 22

SIENOPYR-FR FMHXCH FE 120 150/250 (300) V


Armoured Fire Resistant Instrumentation,
Communication and Control Cable 24

> MEDIUM VOLTAGE CABLES

MV-FHFX/A 6/10 (12) kV


Approvals Armoured Medium Voltage Power Cable 26
All above mentioned test are part of the IEC test procedures for
marine cables. As a confirmation of the successfully passed test MV-FHFX/A 12/20 (24) kV
our products have type approval certificates from the following Armoured Medium Voltage Power Cable 28
classification societies:
ABS American Bureau of Shipping
BV 5 Bureau Véritas > TECHNICAL INFORMATION 
DNV Det Norske Veritas
GL 5 Germanischer Lloyd Installation 30
LR5 Lloyd’s Register Current rating 32
RINA Registro Italiano Navale Identification colours 33
RMRS Russian Marine Register of Shipping Electrical data 34
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GENERAL Marine Cables

Marine Cables This is based on an amount of 7 litres of combustible material per


(ship wiring cables, ship board cables) metre. The bunch of cables has to be minimum 3.5 m high when it
is in a test chamber subjected to fire from a burner directed at the
Marine cables are for installations on board ships.
cables for forty minutes. The cable bunch may not burn more than
They have been type approved by a classification society and they
2.5 m above the burner.Please see figure 2.
have a construction that follows standards for marine cables.

Conductor Fire resistance tests are aimed at verifying the behaviour of


a cable´s circuit integrity under fire conditions. The main three
Marine cable conductors are of stranded annealed copper combining different test methods are IEC 60331-21 or IEC 60331-1 or
the flexibility and small dimensions to provide excellent installability IEC 60331-2, used for power and control cables. Marine cable
and economical solutions. To minimise the cable diameter and weight standards require the IEC 60331-21 test, where the cable sample
we use sector shaped conductors for bigger cross-section. is subjected to a flame at 750 ˚C for 90 minutes followed by
a 15 minutes cooling period while the rated voltage is being applied
Insulation Material between the conductors. No breakdown or short circuit is permitted
XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) is used as the main insulation during the test. Please see figure 3. The optional test methods for
material. It withstands higher temperatures than ordinary cables with diameters over 20 mm, is the more rigorous
thermoplastic polyethylene. It is resistant against deformation IEC 60331-1 test, or for diameter not exceeding 20 mm
and various chemicals. It has excellent mechanical and electrical IEC 60331-2, in which a bent cable, affected by mechanical shock,
properties. The maximum conductor temperature stipulated by is subjected to a 830 ˚C flame for minimum 90 minutes.
IEC 60092-351 marine cable standard is 90 ˚C.
Smoke density is tested according to IEC 61034-1 (apparatus)
Sheathing Material and IEC 61034-2 (procedure and requirements). It is done by placing
The sheath (jacket) is composed of halogen free, flame retardant cable in a ”smoke cube” (3x3x3 m). When the cable is burning,
thermoplastic compound. It fulfils the criterion of SHF1 according the light transmittance is measured using a photometric system.
to IEC 60092-359. In case of fire the sheathing material offers This test is aimed at simulating visibility when cables are burning
advantages such as reduced emission of smoke and corrosive on board a ship 60 % (70 % for a single cable) visibility is satisfactory
toxic gasses. if it is attained throughout the test.

Quality Control Halogens. To test whether a material is halogen free or not,


Each manufactured cable goes through a test procedure according to the tests IEC 60754-1 and 60754-2 are used. The acidity of
the IEC 60092-300 series standards. the gasses from burning materials is measured. Being halogen-free
means that the materials used in the cables do not contain any
Fire Testing Methods halogens – such as chlorine, bromine, iodine and fluorine.
In order to attain the self-extinguishing effects that halogens have
Flame retardance of a single cable is tested in accordance with in cables, ATH (aluminium trihydroxide) based materials are used
IEC 60332-1-2. It is performed on a 60 cm cable sample with a gas instead. This way the negative effects of halogens are avoided
flame for 1-8 min depending on the cable diameter. The cable has to (corrosivity, toxicity etc.)
be self-extinguishing within certain limits to fulfil the test.
Please see figure 1.
Test methods
Flame spread is tested on bunched cables in accordance with (IEC 60331-1 and -2)
IEC 60332-3-22, simulating the fire behaviour of the cables for fire with shock
installed in a bunch. The main category that is used is A. at a temperature of
at least 830 °C
Bunched cables
being tested for
flame spread.

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4
Vertical flame propagation test 300 ± 25 Cable sample

IEC 60332-1-2

50
1200 ± 25
475 540 Max. length of downward
600 ± 25550 ± 25
limit of charred surface

Support arm and copper


50 wire wrapping
Figure 1. 1 kW burner, 45º angle flame/sample

Vertical flame spread of bunched cables

IEC 60332-3-22 cat.A


Round Steel Rungs
1000 ± 100

Smoke Outlet Touching


(300 ± 30) x (1000 ± 100) Configuration

150
Metal Wire Ties

4000 ± 100
Centre Line of Burner
Air Inlet
(800 ± 20) x (400 ± 10) 500 ± 5
600 ± 5
400 ± 5

2000 ± 100 Floor

Rig raised above ground level Maximum Width

Figure 2.

Fire resistance test

IEC 60331-21 Clamp Cable Sample

Support Arm

70 ± 10

45
Temperature 750 °C
Flow Rates (1 bar, 20 °C):
Figure 3. Air 80 ± 5 Propane 5 ± 0,25

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Power and Marine Cables
Control Cables

LM-HF
0,6/1(1,2) kV
Unarmoured
(TEMA) Power and Control
Cable

Design >

Conductor
Annealed stranded plain copper
- round 1,5 to 16 mm2
- round compacted 25 to 240 mm2
- sector shaped in 3-4 cores 35 to 240 mm2
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
- See page 33 for core identification colours
> Sheath
Extruded black halogen free polyolefine, SHF1
> Installation information and electrical data on pages 30-35

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-353 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-353
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Cable Bending
Size Diameter/Height Width Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x mm2) or (n G mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

POWER CABLES
1x16 5,0 9,0 200 70
1x25 5,8 – 10,5 290 85
1x35 6,9 – 11,5 385 90
1x50 8,0 – 13,0 510 100
1x70 9,7 – 15,0 720 120
1x95 11,3 – 16,5 970 130
1x120 12,7 – 18,5 1210 150
1x150 14,1 – 20,5 1490 160
1x185 15,7 – 23,0 1840 180
1x240 18,1 – 25,5 2390 200
1x300 20,2 29,0 3100 230
2x1,5 1,6 – 8,5 80 35
2x2,5 2,0 – 9,5 105 40
3x1,5 3G1,5 1,6 – 9,0 100 40
3x2,5 3G2,5 2,0 – 10,5 140 45
3x4 3G4 2,6 – 11,5 200 45
3x6 3G6 3,1 – 12,5 260 50
3x10 4,0 – 14,5 420 60
3x16 5,0 – 17,5 620 70
3x25 5,8 – 20,0 940 80
3x35 5,6 9,2 20,5 1170 160
3x50 6,5 10,7 23,0 1550 185
3x70 7,9 12,8 27,0 2200 215
3x95 9,3 15,1 31,0 2950 250
3x120 10,5 17,0 34,0 3700 270
3x150 11,6 18,9 38,0 4600 300
4x1,5 4G1,5 1,6 – 10,0 130 40
4x2,5 4G2,5 2,0 – 11,0 175 45
4x4 4G4 2,6 – 13,0 260 55
4x6 4G6 3,1 – 14,0 340 55
4x10 4G10 4,0 – 16,5 550 65
4x16 4G16 5,0 – 19,0 800 75
4x25 4G25 5,8 – 22,5 1200 90
4x35 4G35 6,2 8,6 23,0 1550 185
4x50 4G50 7,2 9,9 26,5 2050 210
4x70 4G70 8,6 12,0 31,0 2900 250
4x95 4G95 10,2 14,1 35,0 3900 280
4x120 4G120 11,5 15,8 39,0 4900 310
5x1,5 5G1,5 1,6 – 11,0 155 45
5x2,5 5G2,5 2,0 – 12,5 215 50
– 5G6 3,1 – 15,5 430 65
– 5G10 4,0 – 18,0 660 75
– 5G16 5,0 – 21,0 1000 85
– 5G25 5,8 – 25,0 1500 100
CONTROL CABLES
7x1,5 1,6 – 13,0 220 55
12x1,5 1,6 – 16,0 325 65
19x1,5 1,6 – 19,0 480 75
27x1,5 1,6 – 22,5 670 90
7x2,5 2,0 – 14,5 305 60
12x2,5 2,0 – 18,0 460 75
19x2,5 2,0 – 21,0 690 85
CLASS 5 CONDUCTOR
1x50 9,9 – 15,0 550 90
1x70 11,0 – 17,0 770 100
1x95 13,5 – 19,0 1000 115
1x120 15,2 – 21,0 1250 125
1x150 17,2 – 24,0 1550 145
1x185 18,9 – 26,0 1880 155
1x240 21,8 – 30,0 2450 180

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Power and Marine Cables
Control Cables

LSM-HF Armoured Power


0,6/1(1,2) kV
(TEMA-A) and Control Cable

Design >

Conductor
Annealed stranded plain copper
- round 1,5 to 16 mm2
- round compacted 25 to 240 mm2
- sector shaped in 3-4 cores 35 to 240 mm2
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
- See page 33 for core identification colours
> Armour
Braid of copper wires designed to act as collective screen
> Sheath
Extruded black halogen free polyolefine, SHF1
> Installation information and electrical data on pages 30-35

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-353 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-353
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Diameter Cable Bending
Size Diameter/Height Width over Braid Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x mm2) or (n G mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

POWER CABLES
1x16 5,0 – 8,5 11,0 270 90
1x25 5,8 – 9,5 12,5 365 100
1x35 6,8 – 10,5 13,5 470 110
1x50 7,9 – 12,0 15,0 620 120
1x70 9,6 – 14,0 17,5 850 140
1x95 11,3 – 16,0 19,0 1130 150
1x120 12,7 – 17,5 21,0 1400 170
1x150 14,1 – 19,5 23,0 1700 180
1x185 15,7 – 21,5 25,0 2070 200
1x240 18,1 – 24,0 28,0 2650 220
2x1,5 1,6 – 7,5 10,0 130 60
2x2,5 2,0 – 8,5 11,0 160 65
3x1,5 3G1,5 1,6 – 8,0 10,5 155 65
3x2,5 3G2,5 2,0 – 9,0 11,5 195 70
3x4 2,6 – 10,0 13,0 270 80
3x6 3,1 – 11,0 14,0 320 85
3x10 4,0 – 13,5 16,5 520 100
3x16 5,0 – 16,0 19,0 740 115
3x25 5,8 – 18,5 22,0 1050 135
3x35 5,6 9,2 19,0 23,0 1350 185
3x50 6,5 10,7 21,5 25,5 1750 205
3x70 7,9 12,8 25,0 29,0 2400 230
3x95 9,3 15,1 28,0 33,0 3200 260
3x120 10,5 17,0 31,5 36,5 4100 290
3x150 11,6 18,9 35,0 41,0 5000 330
4x1,5 4G1,5 1,6 – 8,5 11,0 180 70
4x2,5 4G2,5 2,0 – 10,0 12,5 250 80
4x4 4G4 2,6 – 11,5 14,0 320 85
4x6 4G6 3,1 – 13,0 16,0 450 95
4x10 4G10 4,0 – 15,5 18,5 670 115
4x16 4G16 5,0 – 17,5 21,0 940 130
4x25 4G25 5,8 – 20,5 24,0 1350 145
4x35 4G35 6,2 8,6 21,5 25,5 1750 200
4x50 4G50 7,2 9,9 24,5 29,0 2300 230
4x70 4G70 8,6 12,0 28,0 33,0 3200 265
4x95 4G95 10,2 14,1 32,0 37,0 4300 300
4x120 4G120 11,5 15,8 36,0 41,0 5300 330
5x1,5 5G1,5 1,6 – 9,5 12,0 220 75
5x2,5 5G2,5 2,0 – 11,0 13,5 290 85
CONTROL CABLES
7x1,5 1,6 – 11,5 14,5 300 105
12x1,5 1,6 – 14,5 17,5 470 110
19x1,5 1,6 – 17,0 20,5 650 125
27x1,5 1,6 – 21,0 24,5 870 145
7x2,5 2,0 – 13,5 16,5 430 100
12x2,5 2,0 – 16,5 20,0 620 120
19x2,5 2,0 – 19,5 23,0 900 140
CLASS 5 CONDUCTOR
1x50 9,9 – 15,0 17,5 700 105
1x70 11,0 – 17,0 19,0 920 115
1x95 13,5 – 19,0 21,0 1170 125
1x120 15,2 – 21,0 23,5 1450 140
1x150 17,2 – 24,0 26,0 1550 155
1x185 18,9 – 26,0 28,5 1770 170
1x240 21,8 – 30,0 32,0 2700 190

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Power Marine Cables
Cables

LSM-HF Armoured Power


1,8/3(3,6) kV
(TEMA-A) Cable

Design >

Conductor
Annealed stranded plain copper
- round compacted 25 to 240 mm2
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
- See page 33 for core identification colours
- Plastic coated copper tape under the braid in 3-core cables
> Armour
Braid of copper wires
> Inner covering
Extruded halogen free polyolefine in 3-core cables
> Sheath
Extruded black halogen free polyolefine, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-353 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-353
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Diameter Cable Bending
Size Diameter over Braid Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

LSM-HF 3 kV
1x185 15,7 23 27 2100 330
1x240 18,1 25 29 2700 350
LSM-HF 3 kV EMC
3x 95/35 11,3 38 44 4700 400
3x120/40 12,7 42 48 5700 430
3x150/40 14,1 46 52 6700 470
3x 95+3G16 11,3 36 42 4200 380
3x120+3G25 12,7 39 45 5200 410

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Instrumentation Marine Cables
Cables

LJST-HF
150/250 (300) V
Armoured
(TEMA-TA) Instrumentation
and
Telecommunication
Cable
Design >

Conductor
Stranded annealed plain copper conductor
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
> Pair
White and blue cores are twisted to pair (see page 33)
> Armour (common screen)
Combined electrical and mechanical protection
Braid of copper wires
- Drain conductor
> Sheath
Extruded grey halogen free polyolefine, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-376 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-376
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Screen Cable Bending
Size Diameter Diameter Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x 2 x mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

1x2x0,5 0,9 5,5 7,5 80 45


2x2x0,5 (quad) 0,9 6,5 8,5 105 55
4x2x0,5 0,9 10,0 12,0 190 75
7x2x0,5 0,9 11,5 14,0 250 85
8x2x0,5 0,9 12,5 15,0 270 90
10x2x0,5 0,9 14,0 17,0 350 105
14x2x0,5 0,9 16,0 19,0 450 115
19x2x0,5 0,9 18,0 21,5 570 130
24x2x0,5 0,9 20,0 24,0 680 145
1x2x0,75 1,1 5,7 8,0 90 50
2x2x0,75 (quad) 1,1 6,7 9,0 125 55
4x2x0,75 1,1 10,5 13,5 230 85
7x2x0,75 1,1 12,5 15,0 300 95
8x2x0,75 1,1 13,5 16,5 350 70
10x2x0,75 1,1 15,0 18,5 450 115
14x2x0,75 1,1 17,5 21,0 570 130
19x2x0,75 1,1 20,0 24,0 730 150
24x2x0,75 1,1 23,0 27,0 890 165

(quad) construction used in two pair cables:

Electrical data (according to IEC 60092-376) Characteristic properties (approximate values)

Conductor Insulation
Variable Value
resistance at resistance
n x 2 x mm2 20 ˚C max W/km min MW x km
Mutual capacitance single pair 60 nF/km

n x 2 x 0,5 40,4 1030 multi pair 50 nF/km

n x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1020 Loop inductance 0,7 mH/km

Troitsky Bridge
Courtesy of Admiralty Shipyard

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Instrumentation Marine Cables
Cables

LJT-HF Screened
150/250 (300) V
(TEMA-TO) Instrumentation
and
Telecommunication
Cable
Design >

Conductor
Stranded annealed plain copper conductor
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
- See page 33 for core identification colours and numbers
> Pair
White and blue cores are twisted to pair (see page 33)
> Common screen
Plastic coated aluminium tape
- Tinned copper drain wire
- Coverage 100 %
> Sheath
Extruded grey halogen free polyolefine, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-376
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-376
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Cable Bending
Size Diameter Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x 2 x mm2) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

1x2x0,5 0,9 6,6 45 55


2x2x0,5 (quad) 0,9 7,5 65 60
4x2x0,5 0,9 11,5 120 90
7x2x0,5 0,9 13,5 180 110
8x2x0,5 0,9 14,5 200 120
10x2x0,5 0,9 15,5 240 125
14x2x0,5 0,9 17,5 330 145
19x2x0,5 0,9 20,0 400 170
24x2x0,5 0,9 22,0 500 185
1x2x0,75 1,1 7,5 55 60
2x2x0,75 (quad) 1,1 8,5 85 70
4x2x0,75 1,1 12,5 155 100
7x2x0,75 1,1 14,5 230 120
8x2x0,75 1,1 15,5 270 125
10x2x0,75 1,1 17,0 320 140
14x2x0,75 1,1 19,5 420 160
19x2x0,75 1,1 22,0 560 180
24x2x0,75 1,1 24,5 690 200

(quad) construction used in two pair cables:

Electrical data (according to IEC 60092-375) Characteristic properties (approximate values)

Conductor Insulation Variable Value


resistance at resistance
n x 2 x mm2 20 ˚C max W/km min MW x km Mutual capacitance single pair 60 nF/km
multi pair 0,5 45 nF/km
n x 2 x 0,5 40,4 1030 multi pair 0,75 50 nF/km
n x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1020 Loop inductance 0,7 mH/km

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Instrumentation Marine Cables
Cables

HFX-ISOSA/Cu Individually
250 V
(TEMA-TIOA) Screened
Instrumentation
and
Telecommunication
Cable
Design >

Conductor
Stranded annealed plain copper conductor
> Insulation
Extruded XLPE
- Number identification
> Pair
Black and blue cores are twisted to pair
> Sreen
Individual and collective screen of plastic laminated aluminium tape
- tinned copper drain wires
> Armour
Braid of plain copper wires
> Sheath
Extruded orange halogen free polyolefine, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-375, -376 and 92-3
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-375, -376
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Cable Bending
Size Resistance Diameter Diameter Weight Radius
max. approx. max. approx. min.
(n x 2 x mm2) (Ω/km) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

250 V
2 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 13,6 170 109
4 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 17,0 300 136
7 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 20,1 420 161
10 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 24,9 630 199
14 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 27,1 760 217
19 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 30,1 1000 241
24 x 2 x 0,75 26,0 1,1 34,1 1190 273

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Instrumentation Marine Cables
Cables

SIENOPYR-FR Bus-Cable
PROFIBUS
M-02Y(ST)CHX
100V
(TEMA-
PROFIBUS)

Design >

Conductor
7 bare copper wires,
E-Cu58 F21 to DIN 40500 part 4
cross section: 0,35 mm2
(AWG 22 = 0,325 mm2)
> Insulation
Polyethylene foam (cellular HDPE)
> Core identification
- a core: red
- b core: green
> Laying
Laying of the both copper cores with two blind cores
> Core assembly wrapping
Nonwoven plastic textile band
> Multi layer screen
1. layer: laminated aluminium foil,
2. layer: tinned copper wire braid
> Inner Sheath according VDE 0207 part 24
Halogen free polymer (HM4)
diameter: 8 mm (nominal)
> Outer Sheath according IEC 60092-359
Halogen free, cross-linked polymer
Colour: black

Standards >

Ozone
DIN VDE 0472 Part 805, Test B
> Fire retardance
IEC 60332-3-24 (cat C)
> Corrosivity of combustion gasses
IEC 60754-2
> Smoke density
IEC 61034
> Resistance to chemicals (Test to VG 95218 Part 2):
- diesel fuel
- oils
- hydraulic fluids
- solvent cleaning agents
- de-ionozed water
- de-ionized water with 3,5 % NaCl
> Maximum conductor temperature +80 °C

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Transmission characteristics >

Voltage
100 V
> Conductor resisitance 1 km loop at 20 ˚C
max. 110 W/km
> Characteristic impedance
at 3 to 20 MHz 150 ± 15 W
at 38,4 kHz 185 ± 18,5 W
at 9,6 kHz 250 ± 25 W
> Wave attenuation
at 16 MHz max. 45 dB/km
at 4 MHz max. 22 dB/km
at 38,4 kHz max. 5 dB/km
at 9,6 kHz max. 3 dB/km
> Mutual capacitance at 800 Hz
max. 30 nF/km
> Insulation resistance at 20 ˚C
min. 16 000 MWkm
> Outer sheath surface resistance min 109 W

Other properties >



Ambient temperatures
During operations as bus cable fixed intallation –35 to 80 ˚C
During installation –15 to 50 ˚C
Conductor temperature in operation max. 80 ˚C
> Tensile load during installation
max. 100 N
> Bending radius (D = overall diameter )
Single bending min 10 x D
Flexing min 20 x D
> Weight
appr. 110 kg/1000 m
> Outer diameter
max 9,8 mm

Photos
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Fire Resistant Marine Cables
Cables

LM-FRHF
0,6/1 (1,2) kV
Unarmoured Fire
(TEMA-FR) Resistant Power and
Control Cable

Design >

Conductor
Annealed stranded plain copper
- round 1,5 to 16 mm2
- round compacted 25 to 240 mm2
- sector shaped in 3-4 cores 35 to 240 mm2
> Insulation
Mica tape with overlap as fire resistant layer
Extruded HF90
- see page 33 for core identification colours
> Sheath
Extruded orange halogen free polyolefine, SHF1
> Installation information and electrical data on pages 30-35

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-353 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Fire Resistance
IEC 60331-1 or IEC 60331-2
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-353
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Cable Bending
Size Diameter/Height Width Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x mm2) or (n G mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

POWER CABLES
2x1,5 1,6 – 10,0 90 40
2x2,5 2,0 – 11,0 120 45
3x1,5 3G1,5 1,6 – 10,5 110 45
3x2,5 3G2,5 2,0 – 12,0 150 50
3x6 3,1 – 14,5 280 60
3x10 4,0 – 16,5 450 65
3x16 5,0 – 18,5 650 75
3x25 5,8 – 22,5 970 130
3x35 6,8 – 25,0 1230 150
3x50 6,5 10,7 24,5 1600 195
3x70 7,9 12,8 28,0 2200 225
3x95 9,3 15,1 32,0 3000 255
3x120 10,5 17,0 35,0 3750 280
3x150 11,6 18,9 39,0 4600 310
4x1,5 4G1,5 1,6 – 11,5 140 50
4x2,5 4G2,5 2,0 – 13,0 190 55
CONTROL CABLES
5x1,5 1,6 – 12,5 170 50
7x1,5 1,6 – 15,0 250 60
12x1,5 1,6 – 18,0 370 75
19x1,5 1,6 – 21,0 550 85
27x1,5 1,6 – 26,0 770 160
5x2,5 2,0 - 14,0 240 55
7x2,5 2,0 – 16,0 330 65
12x2,5 2,0 – 20,0 520 80
19x2,5 2,0 – 24,0 770 150

Stril Mermaid
Courtesy of Flekkefjord Elektro AS

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Fire Resistant Marine Cables
Cables

LSM-FRHF
0,6/1 (1,2) kV
Armoured Fire
(TEMA-AFR) Resistant Power and
Control Cable

Design >

Conductor
Annealed stranded plain copper
- round 1,5 to 16 mm2
- round compacted 25 to 240 mm2
- sector shaped in 3-4 cores 35 to 240 mm2
> Insulation
Mica tape with overlap as fire resistant layer
Extruded HF90
- See page 33 for core identification colours
> Armour
Braid of copper wires designed to act as collective screen
> Sheath
Extruded orange halogen free polyolefine, SHF1
> Installation information and electrical data on pages 30-35

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-353 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Fire Resistance
IEC 60331-1 or IEC 60331-2
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-353
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Diameter Cable Bending
Size Diameter/Height Width over Braid Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x mm2) or (n G mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

POWER CABLES
2x1,5 1,6 – 8,5 11,0 150 65
2x2,5 2,0 – 9,5 12,5 190 75
3x1,5 3G1,5 1,6 – 9,0 11,5 185 70
3x2,5 3G2,5 2,0 – 10,0 13,0 240 80
3x6 3,1 – 13,0 15,0 420 95
3x10 4,0 – 15,0 18,0 610 110
3x16 5,0 – 17,5 20,5 820 125
3x25 5,8 – 20,5 23,5 1150 140
3x35 6,8 – 22,0 26,0 1500 190
3x50 6,5 10,7 22,0 26,5 1900 215
3x70 7,9 12,8 25,5 30,0 2600 240
3x95 9,3 15,1 29,5 34,0 3500 275
3x120 10,5 17,0 32,0 37,0 4300 300
3x150 11,6 18,9 35,5 41,0 5200 330
4x1,5 1,6 – 10,0 13,0 230 75
4x2,5 2,0 – 11,0 14,0 285 85
CONTROL CABLES
5x1,5 5G1,5 1,6 – 11,5 14,0 270 85
7x1,5 1,6 – 14,0 17,0 410 105
12x1,5 1,6 – 17,0 20,0 570 120
19x1,5 1,6 – 19,5 23,0 800 140
27x1,5 1,6 – 24,0 28,0 1100 170
5x2,5 2,0 – 13,0 16,0 390 95
7x2,5 2,0 – 14,5 18,0 490 110
12x2,5 2,0 – 19,0 22,0 740 130
19x2,5 2,0 – 22,0 26,0 1050 160

Courtesy of Courtesy of
the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line

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Fire Resistant Marine Cables
Cables

SIENOPYR-FR Armoured
FMHXCH FE 120
150/250 (300) V
Fire Resistant
(TEMA-TAFRS) Instrumentation,
Communication and
Control Cable
Design >

Conductor
Stranded annealed plain copper conductor 0,75 mm2
> Insulation
White ceramic HF S95
> Pair
Numbered white cores are twisted to pair (2 pairs is a quad)
> Armour (common screen)
Braid of copper wires
> Sheath
Extruded orange halogen free polyolefine, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092 -376
> Materials
IEC 60228 Class 2 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Fire Resistance
IEC 60331-21 or IEC 60331-31
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-376
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Cable Bending
Size Diameter Diameter Weight Radius
approx. approx. approx. min.
(n x 2 x mm2) (mm) (mm) (kg/km) (mm)

1x2x0,75 1,1 8,0 95 55


2x2x0,75 (quad) 1,1 9,5 130 60
4x2x0,75 1,1 12,0 195 75
7x2x0,75 1,1 14,5 305 90
10x2x0,75 1,1 17,5 430 110
14x2x0,75 1,1 20,0 560 125
19x2x0,75 1,1 22,0 720 140
24x2x0,75 1,1 25,0 880 160

(quad) construction used in two pair cables:

Electrical data (according to IEC 60092-375) Characteristic properties (approximate values)

Conductor Insulation Variable Value


resistance at resistance
n x 2 x mm 2
20 ˚C max W/km min MW x km Mutual capacitance max. 120 nF/km
Loop inductance 0,7 mH/km
n x 2 x 0,75 26,0 480

Mariner of the Seas


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Medium Voltage Marine Cables
Cables

MV-FHFX/A
6/10 (12) kV
Armoured Medium
(TEMA-A) Voltage Power Cable

Design >

Conductor
Flexible copper conducter (class 5)
> Conductor screen
Semiconductive tape and extruded compound
> Insulation
Extruded off-white XLPE, nominal thickness 3,4 mm
> Insulation screen
Extruded semiconductive compound
> Metallic Screen
Copper tapes
> Inner Covering
Extruded halogen free compound
> Armour
Braid of copper wires
> Sheath
Extruded red halogen free compound, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-354 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-354
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Core Inner Cover Braid Cable
Size Diameter Diameter Thickness Diameter Diameter Weight
approx. approx. approx. approx. approx. approx.
(n x mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km)

MV-FHFX/A (FE4H1M1AM1)
1x150 15,6 25,0 1,2 29,0 33,0 2260
MV-FHFX/A (FE4H10M1AM1)
3x35 7,5 17,0 1,2 41,0 46,0 3460
3x50 8,7 18,5 1,2 44,5 50,0 4010
3x70 10,3 20,0 1,2 47,5 53,0 4930
3x95 12,1 21,5 1,2 51,0 57,0 6060
3x120 13,6 23,0 1,2 54,0 60,0 7050

Current Conductor Resistance Inductance Capacitance


Size rating at +45 ˚C RDC L C
ambient 1)
(W/km)
(n x mm2) (A) at +20 ˚C at +45 ˚C at +85 ˚C (mH/km) (mF/km)

MV-FHFX/A (FE4H1M1AM1)
1x150 369 0,124 0,136 0,156 0,318 0,403
MV-FHFX/A (FE4H10M1AM1)
3x35 104 0,524 0,575 0,658 0,357 0,237
3x50 130 0,387 0,425 0,486 0,341 0,264
3x70 160 0,268 0,294 0,337 0,321 0,300
3x95 194 0,193 0,212 0,242 0,307 0,342
3x120 225 0,153 0,168 0,192 0,296 0,377
1) IEC 60092-352 Table B.4 x 0,95 (see also Tables A.1 - A.8)
Other sizes available upon request

Liberty of the Seas


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Medium Voltage Marine Cables
Cables

MV-FHFX/A
12/20 (24) kV
Armoured Medium
(TEMA-A) Voltage Power Cable

Design >

Conductor
Flexible copper conducter (class 5)
> Conductor screen
Semiconductive tape and extruded compound
> Insulation
Extruded off-white XLPE, nominal thickness 5,5 mm
> Insulation screen
Extruded semiconductive compound
> Metallic Screen
Copper tapes
> Inner Covering
Extruded halogen free compound
> Armour
Braid of copper wires
> Sheath
Extruded red halogen free compound, SHF1

Standards >

Construction
IEC 60092-354 and IEC 60092-350
> Materials
IEC 60228 (conductor)
IEC 60092-351 (insulation)
IEC 60092-359 (sheath)
> Flame Retardance
IEC 60332-3-22 (cat A) and IEC 60332-1-2
> Halogen Free Properties
IEC 60754-1 and -2
> Low Smoke Emission
IEC 61034-1 and -2
> Tests
IEC 60092-354
> Choice and Installation
IEC 60092-352
> Maximum conductor temperature +90 °C

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Conductor Core Inner Cover Braid Cable
Size Diameter Diameter Thickness Diameter Diameter Weight
approx. approx. approx. approx. approx. approx.
(n x mm2) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg/km)

MV-FHFX/A (FE4H1M1AM1)
1x150 15,6 29,3 1,2 33,4 38,0 2670
MV-FHFX/A (FE4H10M1AM1)
3x35 7,5 21,2 1,2 51,3 58,0 4780
3x50 8,7 22,4 1,2 53,9 60,0 5450

Size Current Conductor Resistance Inductance Capacitance


rating at +45 ˚C RDC L C
ambient 1)
(W/km)
(n x mm2) (A) at +20 ˚C at +45 ˚C at +85 ˚C (mH/km) (mF/km)

MV-FHFX/A (FE4H1M1AM1)
1x150 369 0,124 0,136 0,156 0,366 0,273
MV-FHFX/A (FE4H10M1AM1)
3x35 104 0,524 0,575 0,658 0,395 0,169
3x50 130 0,387 0,425 0,486 0,376 0,185
1) IEC 60092-352 Table B.4 x 0,95 (see also Tables A.1 - A.8)

Other sizes available upon request

Havila Venus
Courtesy of Havyard

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Technical Marine Cables
Information

General Bending Radius


The rated voltage of a cable must not be lower than the nominal The minimum bending radii according to IEC 60092-352
voltage of the circuit in which it is used. The ambient temperature during in the final fixed assembly:
operation should be at least 10 ºC lower than the maximum conductor
temperature allowed to the insulation material. Insulation Outer covering Overall Minimum
diameter of internal radius
cable (D) of bend

Rated Voltage
The rated voltages of cables are expressed as Uo/U(Um) where ≤25 mm 4D
Unarmoured or
unbraided
≥25 mm 6D
Uo the rated voltage between the conductor and earth,
or between the conductor and the metal screen for Metal braid screened Any 6D
which the cable is designed. or armoured
Thermoplastic or
U the rated voltage between the conductors for which thermosetting
with circular Metal wire armoured
the cable is designed. Metal tape armoured Any 6D
copper
Um the highest system voltage for which the cables conductors or metal sheathed
may be used
Composite
polyester/metal
laminate screened Any 8D
Installation Temperature units or collective tape
The minimum installation temperature for thermoplastic sheathed screening
cables is –15 ºC. If, however, the cables are warmed up prior to Thermoplastic or
installation, they can be installed at lower temperatures. thermosetting
with shaped Any Any 8D
Lowest operation temperature -40 °C copper
conductors

single core 12D


Earthing of Braids Medium voltage Any
Earthing of braids is to be carried out in accordance with cable
3-core 9D
the regulations of the classification society.

During installation the recommended radius is 1,5 times


the value given in the table.
Maximun pulling tension P = 50 N/mm2 x total conductor cross
section mm2 value of the cable.

Photos
Martin Pekuri

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Special precautions for single core cables Some other installation examples of single core
for a.c. wiring cables (phases 1, 2 and 3)
Whenever possible, a.c. wiring should be carried out with
multicore cables. When it is necessary to use single core cables, Four cables per phase
they should either be unarmoured or armoured with
a non-magnetic material. 1 3 3 1 or 1 2 3 3 2 1
When several multi or single core cables are connected 2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 3
in parallel per phase, they should be of the same type 3 1 1 3
and equal length.

All cables pertaining to the same phase should be alternated Six cables per phase
with those of the other phases to avoid unequal division
of the current. In the case of two cables per phase, 1 3 3 1 1 3
for example, the correct dispositions to conform with
IEC 60092-352 (phases 1, 2 and 3) are: 2 2 2 2 2 2
3 1 1 3 3 1
or

1 2 3 3 2 1 or 1 2 3 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 3
3 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 2 1

or 2 2 Ten cables per phase on the same cable tray


1 3 3 1
3 1 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 1
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
1 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 3

Photos
Martin Pekuri

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Current Rating Marine Cables

Current rating for continuous service. Ambient temperature correction factors


Conduc-
Conductor temperature max. +90˚C, ambient max +45˚C. according to IEC 60092-352
tor
According to IEC 60092-352, Table B.4 for 0,6/1 kV
cross Temperature
cables. 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
section (˚C)
Up to 6 cables bunched together.

Cores 1 2 3 4 5 7 12 19 27 37 Correction 1,10 1,05 1,00 0,94 0,88 0,82 0,74 0,67 0,58
factor
Reduc- 1,00 0,85 0,70 0,70 0,58 0,52 0,44 0,37 0,33 0,30
tion
Short time duty and intermittent service load correction factors
(mm2) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (according to IEC 60092-352)

Cable Time Critical dura- Service time Inter-


1,5 23 20 16 16 13 12 10 9 8 7 diameter constant tion (rest time correction factor mittent serv-
2,5 30 26 21 21 18 16 13 11 10 9 between serv- ice correction
4 41 34 28 28 24 ice periods) factor
6 52 44 36 36 30 4 min load
10 72 61 50 50 42 D (mm) T (min) 3xT (min) 30 min 60 min + 6 min rest
16 96 82 67 67 56
25 127 108 89 89 74 5 2,2 6,5 1,058 1,058 1,083
35 157 133 110 110 92 6 2,8 8,3 1,058 1,058 1,127
50 196 167 137 137 7 3,4 10 1,058 1,058 1,170
70 242 206 169 169 8 4,1 12 1,059 1,058 1,208
95 293 249 205 205 9 4,8 14 1,059 1,058 1,242
120 339 288 237 237 10 5,5 16 1,061 1,058 1,273
150 389 331 272 272 15 9,5 28 1,081 1,059 1,376
185 444 377 311 311 20 14 42 1,126 1,066 1,433
240 522 444 365 365 25 19 57 1,186 1,081 1,468
300 601 511 421 421 30 24 73 1,255 1,105 1,490
35 30 89 1,328 1,137 1,506
40 36 107 1,403 1,173 1,518
45 42 125 1,479 1,212 1,527
50 48 145 1,554 1,254 1,534
60 62 185 1,705 1,341 1,544
70 76 228 1,852 1,432 1,551
80 91 273 1,996 1,522 1,556
90 107 320 2,136 1,613 1,559
100 123 368 2,273 1,702 1,562

Photos
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Identification
Colours

POWER AND CONTROL CABLE COREs


Cable with earth core
Cable without earth core

Type N Line Type PE N Line

2X Blue Brown 3G G Y Blue Brown

3X Brown Black Grey 4G G Y Brown Black Grey

4X Blue Brown Black Grey 5G G Y Blue Brown Black Grey

5…37X White or black insulation with numbers 7…37G White or black insulation with numbers + last core green and yellow

CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION cable Cores


Core a Core b
White insulation + Blue insulation +
Pair black number
black number

1 1 2
2 3 4
N 2*N-1 2*N

kuvia!

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Electrical Data Marine Cables

Cable Type Cross Conductor Resistance Inductance


LM-HF, LSM-HF, Section (IEC 60228) L
LM-FRHF, LSM-FRHF R

(W/km)
(n x mm2) (mm2) at +20 ˚C at +45 ˚C at +85 ˚C (mH/km)

1 x 35 35 0,524 0,575 0,658 0,316


1 x 50 50 0,387 0,425 0,486 0,315
1 x 70 70 0,268 0,294 0,336 0,303
1 x 95 95 0,193 0,212 0,242 0,292
1 x 120 120 0,153 0,168 0,192 0,284
1 x 150 150 0,124 0,136 0,156 0,286
1 x 185 185 0,0991 0,109 0,124 0,281
1 x 240 240 0,0754 0,083 0,095 0,276
1 x 300 300 0,0601 0,066 0,075 0,288
2 x 1,5 1,5 12,1 13,289 15,191 0,336
2 x 2,5 2,5 7,41 8,138 9,303 0,313
3 x 1,5 1,5 12,1 13,289 15,191 0,336
3 x 2,5 2,5 7,41 8,138 9,303 0,313
3x4 4 4,61 5,063 5,788 0,293
3x6 6 3,08 3,383 3,867 0,281
3 x 10 10 1,83 2,010 2,297 0,266
3 x 16 16 1,15 1,263 1,444 0,254
3 x 25 25 0,727 0,798 0,913 0,211
3 x 35 35 0,524 0,575 0,658 0,202
3 x 50 50 0,387 0,425 0,486 0,200
3 x 70 70 0,268 0,294 0,336 0,197
3 x 95 95 0,193 0,212 0,242 0,190
3 x 120 120 0,153 0,168 0,192 0,189
3 x 150 150 0,124 0,136 0,156 0,191
3 x 185 185 0,0991 0,109 0,124 0,193
3 x 240 240 0,0754 0,083 0,095 0,190
3 x 300 300 0,0601 0,066 0,075 0,188
4 x 1,5 1,5 12,1 13,289 15,191 0,359
4 x 2,5 2,5 7,410 8,138 9,303 0,336
4x4 4 4,61 5,063 5,788 0,317
4x6 6 3,08 3,383 3,867 0,304
4 x 10 10 1,83 2,010 2,297 0,289
4 x 16 16 1,15 1,263 1,444 0,278
4 x 25 25 0,727 0,798 0,913 0,267
4 x 35 35 0,524 0,575 0,658 0,258
4 x 50 50 0,387 0,425 0,486 0,217
4 x 70 70 0,268 0,294 0,336 0,213
4 x 95 95 0,193 0,212 0,242 0,206
4 x 120 120 0,153 0,168 0,192 0,205
4 x 150 150 0,124 0,136 0,156 0,209
4 x 185 185 0,0991 0,109 0,124 0,209
4 x 240 240 0,0754 0,083 0,095 0,206
4 x 300 300 0,0601 0,066 0,075 0,204

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Electrical Data

Cable Type Reactance Voltage Drop at +85 ˚C


LM-HF, LSM-HF, cosj=0,8
LM-FRHF, LSM-FRHF
(W/km) (mV/Am)
at 50 Hz at 60 Hz DC at 50 Hz at 60 Hz
(n x mm2) X50 X60 1-phase 3-phase 1-phase 3-phase

1 x 35 0,099 0,119 1,316 1,172 1,015 1,195 1,035


1 x 50 0,099 0,119 0,972 0,896 0,776 0,920 0,796
1 x 70 0,095 0,114 0,673 0,653 0,565 0,675 0,585
1 x 95 0,092 0,110 0,485 0,498 0,431 0,520 0,450
1 x 120 0,089 0,107 0,384 0,415 0,359 0,436 0,378
1 x 150 0,090 0,108 0,311 0,357 0,309 0,379 0,328
1 x 185 0,088 0,106 0,249 0,305 0,264 0,326 0,282
1 x 240 0,087 0,104 0,189 0,255 0,221 0,276 0,239
1 x 300 0,090 0,108 0,151 0,229 0,198 0,251 0,217
2 x 1,5 0,106 0,127 30,382 24,432 21,159 24,458 21,181
2 x 2,5 0,098 0,118 18,606 15,003 12,993 15,026 13,013
3 x 1,5 0,106 0,127 30,382 24,432 21,159 24,458 21,181
3 x 2,5 0,098 0,118 18,606 15,003 12,993 15,026 13,013
3x4 0,092 0,111 11,575 9,371 8,115 9,393 8,135
3x6 0,088 0,106 7,734 6,293 5,450 6,314 5,468
3 x 10 0,083 0,100 4,595 3,776 3,270 3,796 3,288
3 x 16 0,080 0,096 2,888 2,406 2,084 2,425 2,100
3 x 25 0,066 0,080 1,825 1,540 1,334 1,556 1,347
3 x 35 0,064 0,076 1,316 1,129 0,978 1,144 0,991
3 x 50 0,063 0,075 0,972 0,853 0,738 0,868 0,751
3 x 70 0,062 0,074 0,673 0,612 0,530 0,627 0,543
3 x 95 0,060 0,072 0,485 0,459 0,398 0,474 0,410
3 x 120 0,059 0,071 0,384 0,379 0,328 0,393 0,340
3 x 150 0,060 0,072 0,311 0,321 0,278 0,335 0,291
3 x 185 0,061 0,073 0,249 0,272 0,235 0,286 0,248
3 x 240 0,060 0,072 0,189 0,223 0,193 0,237 0,206
3 x 300 0,059 0,071 0,151 0,192 0,166 0,206 0,178
4 x 1,5 0,113 0,136 30,382 24,441 21,167 24,468 21,190
4 x 2,5 0,106 0,127 18,606 15,011 13,000 15,037 13,022
4x4 0,099 0,119 11,575 9,380 8,123 9,403 8,144
4x6 0,096 0,115 7,734 6,302 5,457 6,324 5,477
4 x 10 0,091 0,109 4,595 3,785 3,278 3,807 3,297
4 x 16 0,087 0,105 2,888 2,415 2,091 2,436 2,109
4 x 25 0,084 0,101 1,825 1,561 1,352 1,581 1,369
4 x 35 0,081 0,097 1,316 1,150 0,996 1,169 1,013
4 x 50 0,068 0,082 0,972 0,859 0,744 0,875 0,758
4 x 70 0,067 0,080 0,673 0,619 0,536 0,635 0,550
4 x 95 0,065 0,078 0,485 0,465 0,403 0,481 0,417
4 x 120 0,064 0,077 0,384 0,385 0,333 0,400 0,346
4 x 150 0,066 0,079 0,311 0,328 0,284 0,343 0,297
4 x 185 0,066 0,079 0,249 0,278 0,241 0,294 0,254
4 x 240 0,065 0,078 0,189 0,229 0,198 0,245 0,212
4 x 300 0,064 0,077 0,151 0,198 0,171 0,213 0,184

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