XLPE shielded outdoor armored cable
Physical and Electrical Characteristics
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Excellent electrical and physical properties-less electrical transmission loss and energy saving.
The ability to carry large current-higher operating temperature.
Higher strength and stability-resistance to thermal deformation, stress cracking and thermal aging.
Easy to install-no line layout restrictions, no terrain or height restrictions.
Maintenance-free-up to 60 years of service life.
Only use high-quality XLPE insulation materials.
Mass production provides you with competitive prices.
Free samples and OEM are provided.
0.6/1KV XLPE insulated power cable meets or exceeds the following specifications:
IEC 60332-1 is a test for electrical and optical cables under fire conditions.
IEC 60502-1 insulated and extruded power cables and accessories, rated voltages of 1 kV and 3 kV.
IEC 60754 tests the gas generated during the combustion of cable materials.
IEC 61034 is a measurement of the smoke density of a burning cable under specified conditions.
BS 7870-3 low and medium voltage polymer insulated cables for power distribution and power generation.
DIN VDE0276-603 Power Cables-Part 603: Distribution cables with a rated voltage of 0.6 / 1 kV.
ANSI/NEMA WC 70-2009/ICEAS-95-658 A power cable with a rated power of 2000 volts or less, used to distribute electrical energy.
AS/NZS 4026: 2008 Cable-Standards Australia for underground residential power distribution system.
AS/NZS 4961: 2003 cables-polymer insulation-used in power distribution and service applications.
AS/NZS 5000.1: 2005 cable-polymer insulation-suitable for working voltages of 0.6/1 (1.2) kV and below.
Other equivalent standards for PVC insulated power cables.