Data Cable

Data Cable

Overview

The company designs and markets signal transmission products for demanding applications. These products serve the industrial automation, enterprise, security, transportation, infrastructure, and residential markets.  CBL’s portfolio includes high-speed electronic cables primarily used in industrial, enterprise, and broadcast markets.

What ever the data transmission need we have the cable to meet your requirement. Don’t hesitate to call us

 

Cables Include:

  • MULTICONDUCTOR
  • MULTIPAIR
  • TWINAXIAL
  • TWINAXIAL MULTIPAIR

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Telephone Cables

Telephone Cables

Overview

Telecommunications is the communication of information over distances and includes electronic transmission of impulses by telephone, computer and television. The beginning of telecommunications started with the invention of the telephone in 1874. Today, it has evolved from basic voice conversation to combining voice, video and data.

Since communications in only one direction is ineffective, telecommunication systems can handle two-way communications. There are essentially four types of telecom copper cables. The first three types qualify as outside plant cables and include: aerial cables, which are used above ground; duct/buried cables, which are used below ground; and wire products used as the last link in bringing telecommunication services to the subscriber. In addition, central office cables round out the group and serve to distribute or cross-connect signals within buildings.

Our Telecommunications cable constructions contain no halogens, which mean they are less toxic and more environmentally friendly.

 

Cables Include:

  • CW1128
  • CW1128/98
CW1308

CW1308

Internal telephone cables.

CW1308 Internal Telecom Cable

E. Includes additional 1.38mm diameter insulated earth wire coloured white.   For 20 pairs and above, the maximum mutual capacitance shall increase by 3nF/km   The...

Network Cable

Network Cable

Overview

Network topology is the arrangement of the various elements (links, nodes, etc.) of a computer network. Essentially, it is the topological structure of a network and may be depicted physically or logically. Physical topology is the placement of the various components of a network, including device location and cable installation, while logical topology illustrates how data flows within a network, regardless of its physical design. Distances between nodes, physical interconnections, transmission rates, or signal types may differ between two networks, yet their topologies may be identical.

An example is a local area network (LAN). Any given node in the LAN has one or more physical links to other devices in the network; graphically mapping these links results in a geometric shape that can be used to describe the physical topology of the network. Conversely, mapping the data flow between the components determines the logical topology of the network.

Bus network topology

In local area networks where bus topology is used, each node is connected to a single cable, by the help of interface connectors.

This central cable is the backbone of the network and is known as the bus (thus the name). A signal from the source travels in both directions to all machines connected on the bus cable until it finds the intended recipient. If the machine address does not match the intended address for the data, the machine ignores the data. Alternatively, if the data matches the machine address, the data is accepted. Because the bus topology consists of only one wire, it is rather inexpensive to implement when compared to other topologies.

However, the low cost of implementing the technology is offset by the high cost of managing the network. Additionally, because only one cable is utilized, it can be the single point of failure.

Local Area Network cable

Category 5 and 6 cable, commonly referred to as cat 5e and cat 6, is a twisted pair cable for carrying signals.

These types of cable are used in structured cabling for computer networks such as Ethernet. The cable standard provides performance of up to 100 MHz and is suitable for 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet), and 1000BASE-T (Gigabit Ethernet). Cat 5/6 is also used to carry other signals such as telephony and video.

This cable is commonly connected using punch-down blocks and modular connectors. Most category 5/6 cables are unshielded, relying on the balanced line twisted pair design and differential signalling for noise rejection, however screened cables are also available.

Ranges Include:

Digital Satellite Coaxial Cable

Digital Satellite Coaxial Cable

Overview

Cables Britain  offer a range of cables designed for use on CCTV, Broadband Systems, Cable TV, MATV, and quality satellite reception. They are manufactured in accordance with EN50117 standards.

The cables are designed to work at frequencies in excess of 3000Mhz, whilst offering excellent attenuation and RLR figures.

The construction is Gas Injected Foam with a longitudinally overlapped copper tape and plain copper braid, facilitating good bending radius characteristics and very efficient screening in areas with high electrical noise presence.

The range is manufactured to meet the stringent CAI Construction / Performance criteria, so digital compatibility is assured.

Cables Include:

CB10R

CB10R

Digital satellite coaxial cable.

C0125R

C0125R

Digital satellite coaxial cable.

C0165R

C0165R

Digital satellite coaxial cable.

C0220R

C0220R

Digital satellite coaxial cable.

Local Area Network Cable

Local Area Network Cable

Control Flex Cable

Control Flex Cable

Overview

Control flex cables are designed to measure, design or regulate in the field of process automation.

There are three different types of Control Cable in the area of process automation: CY, YY and SY Cable.

With its GSWB braid SY is suited to installations with medium to high mechanical stress. YY and CY Control Cable are very similar in construction, but without the mechanical protection provided by the steel wire.

YY is a versatile cable that works well in environments with only light mechanical stress and CY Cable has a tinned copper wire braid and polyester binder tape, which provide protection against external electromagnetic influences.

Cables Include:

  • CY & CY – LSZH SCREENED CONTROL FLEXBLE (BEDDED)
  • CY & CY- LSZH SCREENED CONTROL FLEXIBLE (UNBEDDED)
  • Li-YCY SCREENED CONTROL FLEXIBLE
  • SY & LSZH (GSWB) CONTROL FLEXIBLE
  • Li-YY PVC CONTROL FLEXIBLE
  • YY CONTROL FLEXIBLE & LSZH CONTROL FLEXIBLE
LiYY Cable

LiYY Cable

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SY LSZH Control Flexible Cable

SY LSZH Control Flexible Cable

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Flexible Rubber Cables

Flexible Rubber Cables

Overview

Flexible Rubber cables are robust and massively flexible designed primarily as a trailing cable for use in the supply of power for portable or mobile tools and equipment suitable to operate under light stress in dry or damp conditions.

Cables Include:

  • BS6195 COIL LEADS
  • EXTENSIBLE FLEX
  • FLATFORM
  • H05RRF
  • H07RNF
  • NSHTOU
  • SCREENED TRAILING
  • SHIPWIRING
  • WELDING
Coil End Lead Type 4 BS 6195 Cable

Coil End Lead Type 4 BS 6195 Cable

Ambient temperature: 40ºC Conductor operating temperature: 90ºC Notes The current-carrying capacities in this appendix are based upon the following reference...

318-TRS / H05RR-F BS EN 50525-2-21 Cable

318-TRS / H05RR-F BS EN 50525-2-21 Cable

The table above is in accordance with Table 4F3A of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations. The table above is in accordance with Table 4F3B of the 17th...

Instrumentation Cable & Thermocouple Cable

Instrumentation Cable & Thermocouple Cable

Overview

Instrumentation and thermocouple cables are designed not only to supply power but to monitor activity within the cable. Instrumentation cables are used to monitor electrical deviation whereas thermocouple cables measure temperature.

Cables Include:

LV Power Cable

LV Power Cable

Overview

Low Voltage Power Cables, Aluminum and Copper conductors of voltage range:0.6/1.0 kV

Cable Types

Copper Conductor Cables
Aluminium Conductor Cables
Thermoplastic/ PVC Insulated Cables
Thermoset/XLPE Insulated Cables
Armoured/ Non – Armoured Cables

Single core cables up to and including 1000 mm2
2 core cables up to and including 95 mm2
3, 4 core & 4 core with reduced neutral cables up to and including 500 mm2

Applicable Standards

IEC 60502 (Part 1)”PVC/ XLPE insulated cables” single core /multi-core BS 5467 for XLPE insulated Armoured cables
BS 7889 for XLPE insulated single core unarmoured cables

Cables Include:

Marine, Oil & Petrochemical Cables

Marine, Oil & Petrochemical Cables

Overview

Marine, oil and petrochemical cables are designed to withstand the harsh environments associated with offshore power generation.

These cables are built to withstand high and low temperatures, salt water, acid, humidity and mud making them perfect for use aboard ships, on offshore platforms and other oil drilling and production facilities.

Cables Include:

  • 657TQ HOFR TYPE ‘B’
  • 6591TQ & 658TQ HOFR
  • IEC 60331 (FLEXIBLE INSTRUMENTATION) FIRE RESISTANT/UK00A
  • POWER & CONTROL CABLES BS6883 & IEC 60331
  • IEC 30331 INSTRUMENTATION FIRE RESISTANT/UKOOA
  • IEC 60332 INSTRUMENTATION FLAME RETARDANT
BS 6883 657TQ Type SW4 Cable

BS 6883 657TQ Type SW4 Cable

Ambient Air Temperature of 45°C When more than six bunched cables on cable trays, in cable conduits, pipes or trunking are expected to operate ...

Mines & Quarries Cables

Mines & Quarries Cables

Overview

A number of different types of cables are used in mines. There are fixed mining cables and portable mining cables, the latter being described here.

The key requirements of portable cables are flexibility, and resistance to mechanical abrasion and damage. Due to the additional demands put on portable mining cables used for reeling and dereeling applications, special design may be required.

There are many types of portable mining cables. They are available in ratings up to 25 kV, and may have as many as five conductors. An example of SHD-GC Cable, is shown in the illustration. It has three insulated, shielded conductors, two bare ground wires, a ground check wire, and an overall jacket. The conductors for this cable are annealed, bare or tinned copper wires. The braided shield may be tin-coated wires, or a tin-coated copper wire/textile composite.

The grounding conductor(s) annealed, bare or tinned, stranded copper wires, and the ground check conductor is annealed, bare, stranded copper wires with EPR insulation and nylon braid, elastomeric jacket holds the conductor assembly firmly in place, to minimize snaking and cork-screwing during reeling and dereeling.

Cables Include:

  • TYPE 7 COAL CUTTER CABLE
  • TYPE 21 PLIABLE ARMOURED TRAILING FLEX – HOFR

Rail Cable & Highway Cable

Rail Cable & Highway Cable

Overview

Cables Britain offer a wide range of Network Rail style cables to be used in the railway and highway industry. Our cables have been designed, tested and approved to meet the specific standards of their respective industries.

Cables Include:

  • Electric Point Heating Cable
  • Track Cable
  • Signal Cable Type B
  • Signal Cable Type C
  • Rail Power Cable
  • High Voltage Rail Cable 44 KV
  • (N)TMCWOEU 26/45 kV
  • TR2029 Traffic Control Inductive Loop Detector
  • TR2031 Traffic Systems Loop Detector Feeder Cable
  • TRH2583A Traffic Systems Non-armoured Energy Cable
  • TRH2583A Traffic Systems Non-armoured Energy Cable
  • TR2161 Network Control Armoured Energy Cable
NR/PS/SIG/00005 Signalling Type C1, C2, C3 Cable

NR/PS/SIG/00005 Signalling Type C1, C2, C3 Cable

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NR/PS/SIG/00005 Signalling Type B1, B2 Cable

NR/PS/SIG/00005 Signalling Type B1, B2 Cable

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Power Medium Voltage Cable

Power Medium Voltage Cable

Overview

Medium power cables have voltage grade greater than 1 kV. Medium voltage usually goes up to 46 kV.

Medium Voltage distribution systems begin at substations and supply electricity to a wide spectrum of power consumers. When selecting a cable, the basic aim is to safely provide adequate electrical power, with continuous, trouble-free operation, in a system that is able to withstand unexpected demands and overload conditions. Each installation has particular requirements that must be considered. There are distinct benefits from specifying a copper-conductor cable that has been manufactured under rigid specification and quality control procedures. It will provide maximum performance with minimum maintenance. There are seven types different by construction for medium voltage copper power cables in the 1 kV to 46 kV range. Most are available in single- and multi-core configurations. There are ranges of sizes and design variations for each type.

Cables Include:

N2XS(FL)2Y – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

N2XS(FL)2Y – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS(FL)2Y – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

N2XS(FL)2Y – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

N2XS(F)2Y – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XSEY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

N2XSEY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

N2XSY XLPE PVC – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

N2XSY XLPE PVC – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

N2XSY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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BS 6622 XLPE MDPE 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

BS 6622 XLPE MDPE 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

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BS 6622 XLPE PVC 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

BS 6622 XLPE PVC 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

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Our Concept

Our Concept

ACT – By FES – Under license for the UK and Ireland to Cables Britain Limited.

ACT NANO TECHNOLOGY

ACT technology was designed to automatically stop fires at source by using Nano Physics.
This new innovation is scientifically brilliant yet in practice is a simple and effective way of protecting the asset.

The uses of the PyroCord and PyroSticker are infinite.
They can simply be placed anywhere where there is an IP 20 or above rating enclosure
Totally flooded system.

The product can remain inactive for up to 5 years from manufacture but remains in standby mode until a predetermined temperature is reached and the sticker 120oC the cord 160oC will automatically extinguish the flame. This fire will not reignite.

Today various composite materials have been created by AСT technology capable of suppressing fires. The structure of such materials includes microcapsules with fire retardant agent – Novec 1230 confined inside.

When heated to a preset temperature, the shell of capsule bursts, discharging the extinguishing agent. Extinguishing occurs immediately, as the radical chain of the burning process break and instantaneously stop the fire.

Microcapsules

The technology of microencapsulation is well-known and widely used in many industries. ACT technology is the first ever example of microencapsulation technique applied in the field of fire extinguishing.

Inside of all of the ACT based products there are tens of thousands of microcapsules that store fire extinguishing agent and ensure fire suppression when the temperature they are designed for is reached.

The polymeric shell of microcapsules retains the fire retardant compound in working order for many years and destructs strictly on reaching the set temperature, releasing fire suppression agent and making each individual microcapsule a micro stand alone fire suppression device.

Several Solutions

AСT technology allows creation of highly effective multi-purpose stand alone fire extinguishing compounds and materials. Fire extinguishing sticker and cord composites made using AСT technology applied in many industries worldwide.

Any product or a composite material created with application of ACT technology represents a technological breakthrough unmatched in world practice of fire suppression.

Voltage Rating

The breakdown voltage of Novec 1230 fluid is 48kv, therefore the Patch and Cord can be used in LV and MV systems upto 33kv.

Reaction Time

Reaction Time

5 to 30 Seconds

Activation

Activation

PyroSticker 120°C
PyroCord 160°C

Maintenance

Maintenance

No maintenance required

Lifespan

Lifespan

60 Months

Ambient Temperature

Ambient Temperature

-50oC to +80oC

Volume

Volume

PyroSticker up to 25 dm3
PyroCord up to 2000 dm3

Non Toxic

Non Toxic

Novec 1230 Cleanest agent

humidity

Humidity

85%

IP Rating

IP Rating

IP 20 or above

Fire Classes

Fire Class A

Class A

Combustible materials

Fire Class B

Class B

Flammable liquids

Formerly Class E

Formerly Class E

Electrical fire

PyroSticker

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Pyro Cord and Pyro Sticker Uses

  • Airports
  • Data Communication Centres
  • Fire Fighting Systems
  • High-rise buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Hotels
  • Museums
  • Railway Stations
  • Public Address Systems
  • Shopping Centres
  • Theatres and Cinemas
  • Traffic Control Systems
  • Undergrounds and Tunnels

Key Benefits

  • Entirely Autonomous
  • Fastest Reaction Time
  • Most Cost Effective
  • Simplest Installation
  • Unlimited Applications
  • Zero global warming potential
  • Cleanest extinguishing agent (NOVEC 1230)
  • Environmentally friendly (ODP = 0)
  • Installation by approved certified contractors
  • No maintenance needed
  • No possible defect
  • No need of human intervention
  • No reduction of oxygen levels
  • Reduction of damage to the protected equipment
  • Use of Nano technology

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PyroCord

PyroCord

PYROCORD

PyroCord is a member of the family of fire suppressing products. It has the feature of fire detection and automatic fire extinguishing and fire announcement. The innovative PyroCord product is a cord of composite material being a mixture of microcapsules with a heating compound.

The PyroCord is a multiuse device that can be placed everywhere where there is a risk of electrical fire. It can be installed very simply by sticking it to the upper area of the volume to protect.
Totally flooded system

PyroCord is placed within the protected local space so that it is located over each potential source of fire risk. Under the effect of fire in any point on PyroCord an initiation of heating compound occurs with subsequent chemical reaction throughout its length.

The reaction is accompanied by heat discharge which results in the bursting of all microcapsules and the discharge of fire extinguishing agent to terminate immediately the fire.

To ensure mechanical strength of the product and to retain solid products of reaction the cord has fireproof gas permeable shield. The shield also bears the functional feature that it’s pitch regulates the propagation velocity of gas discharge through the length of the cord.

It can protect up to 2000 dm3 (2000 litres) and it operates in temperatures ranging from minus -50oC to +80oC with a maximum humidity of 85%.

Reaction Time

Reaction Time

5 to 30 Seconds

Lifespan

Lifespan

60 Months

Non Toxic

Non Toxic

Novec 1230 Cleanest agent

Activation

Activation

160°C

Ambient Temperature

Ambient Temperature

-50oC to +80oC

humidity

Humidity

85%

Maintenance

Maintenance

No maintenance required

Volume

Volume

Protects up to 2000 dm3

IP Rating

IP Rating

IP 20 or above

Fire Classes

Fire Class A

Class A

Combustible materials

Fire Class B

Class B

Flammable liquids

Formerly Class E

Formerly Class E

Electrical fire

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Pyro Cord Uses

  • Airports
  • Data Communication Centres
  • Fire Fighting Systems
  • High-rise buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Hotels
  • Museums
  • Railway Stations
  • Public Address Systems
  • Shopping Centres
  • Theatres and Cinemas
  • Traffic Control Systems
  • Undergrounds and Tunnels

Key Benefits

  • Entirely Autonomous
  • Fastest Reaction Time
  • Most Cost Effective
  • Simplest Installation
  • Unlimited Applications
  • Zero global warming potential
  • Cleanest extinguishing agent (NOVEC 1230)
  • Environmentally friendly (ODP = 0)
  • Installation by approved certified contractors
  • No maintenance needed
  • No possible defect
  • No need of human intervention
  • No reduction of oxygen levels
  • Reduction of damage to the protected equipment
  • Use of Nano technology

Act Fire Test – Single Box

Act Fire Test – Double Box

Act Fire Test – 4 Tests

Activation to Fire System Test

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PyroSticker

PyroSticker

PyroSticker

PyroSticker product lines include:

  • ACT Р – Protects up to 0.2 dm3
  • ACT 15 – Protects from 0.4 to 15 dm3
  • ACT 25 – Protects from 15 to 25 dm3

The PyroSticker is designed for use in residential, commercial and industrial premises. The choice of size of sticker denotes the area to which it will extinguish (when the operation temperature is reached). Thus maximum safety is ensured..

It’s operational temperature ranging from -50oC to +80oC with a maximum humidity of 85%.

PYROSTICKER

ACT PyroSticker is a miniature self-contained, automatic local fire suppression installation, designed with the use of AСT technology.

It is intended for the protection against fire in electric sockets, junction boxes, power distribution boards (electric cabinets) and other electrical equipment having confined space between 0.02 dm3 to 25 dm3 (25 litres).

PyroSticker is a flexible plate of composite of fire suppressing material with a self adhesive substrate.

The installation method is extremely simple it needs to be stuck above the potential source of ignition.

It is fully autonomous and does not require any human intervention. It is guaranteed to work for a period of 5 years after manufacture.
Totally flooded system

Reaction Time

Reaction Time

5 to 30 Seconds

Activation

Activation

120°C

Maintenance

Maintenance

No maintenance required

Lifespan

Lifespan

60 Months

Ambient Temperature

Ambient Temperature

-50oC to +80oC

Volume

Volume

ACT Р up to 0.2 dm3
ACT 15 from 0.4 to 15 dm3
ACT 25 from 15 to 25 dm3

Non Toxic

Non Toxic

Novec 1230 Cleanest agent

humidity

Humidity

85%

IP Rating

IP Rating

IP 20 or above

Fire Classes

Fire Class A

Class A

Combustible materials

Fire Class B

Class B

Flammable liquids

Formerly Class E

Formerly Class E

Electrical fire

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Pyro Sticker Uses

  • Airports
  • Data Communication Centres
  • Fire Fighting Systems
  • High-rise buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Hotels
  • Museums
  • Railway Stations
  • Public Address Systems
  • Shopping Centres
  • Theatres and Cinemas
  • Traffic Control Systems
  • Undergrounds and Tunnels

Key Benefits

  • Entirely Autonomous
  • Fastest Reaction Time
  • Most Cost Effective
  • Simplest Installation
  • Unlimited Applications
  • Zero global warming potential
  • Cleanest extinguishing agent (NOVEC 1230)
  • Environmentally friendly (ODP = 0)
  • Installation by approved certified contractors
  • No maintenance needed
  • No possible defect
  • No need of human intervention
  • No reduction of oxygen levels
  • Reduction of damage to the protected equipment
  • Use of Nano technology

Act 25 Fire Test – Short Circuit

Act 25 Fire Test – Double Box

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LV Power Cable

BS 5467 SWA PVC 0.6/1kV Cable

Cable construction

ConductorClass 2 stranded copper conductor according to BS EN 60228
InsulationXLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
BeddingPVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
ArmourSWA (Steel Wire Armour)
SheathPVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

Dimensions - BS5467 XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC (Copper)

No. of CoresNominal Cross Sectional Area mm²Nominal Thickness of Insulation mmNominal Overall Diameter mmNominal Weight kg/kmBW / CW GlandWraparound Cleats
Under ArmourOverall
21.50.67.312.130220CC5
22.50.78.513.634620CC6
240.79.414.741020SCC7
260.710.515.949920CC7
2100.712.31864820CC8
2160.714.320.497820CC9
2250.914.720.4129025CC9
2350.916.823.3150025CC10
25011925.8189025CC11
2701.12229245032CC12
2951.125.133.1330032CC14
21201.227.936.1402040CC16
21501.430.939.3475040CC16
31,50.67.812.633020CC5
32.50.79.214.139020SCC6
340.71015.346420SCC7
360.711.216.656820CC7
3100.713.119.586620CC8
3160.715.321.6115225CC9
3250.918.923.6180025CC11
3350.921.325.7223032CC12
350121.728.5249032CC12
3701.125.232.2329032CC14
3951.128.837444040CC16
31201.23240.4547040CC16
31501.435.945.5693050SCC18
31851.64049.8835063SCC20
32401.744.955.11040063S-
33001.849.860.21260063S-
3400255.866.61460075S-
41.50.68.513.336520SCC6
42.50.79.91543820CC6
440.71116.453220CC7
460.712.318.776420CC8
4100.714.521.1101325CC9
4160.71723.4136025CC10
4250.92126.1216032CC11
4350.923.628.6269032CC12
45012532313032CC14
4701.129.537.7450040CC16
4951.133.341.7560050SCC18
41201.237.547.1740050CC20
41501.441.651.4878050-
41851.646.456.61063063S-
42401.752.6631339063-
43001.85868.81629075S-
4400265.478.11980090-
51.50.69.714.341020SCC6
52.50.711.716.147020CC7
540.71317.871020CC7
560.714.52087625CC8
5100.717.222.9116525CC10
5160.72026.6174232CC11
5250.924.731.5232332CC14
5350.927.834.8293240CC14
550132.440.4419250SCC16
71.50.610.215.247020SCC6
72.50.712.317.160020CC7
740.713.619.188120CC8
121.50.613.719.478020CC8
122.50.716.322.4100025CC9
191.50.616.222.2100025CC9
192.50.719.926.6154025CC11
271.50.62026.7150032CC11
272.50.72430.7195032CC14
371.50.622.329180032CC12
372.50.726.933.8235040CC14

Class 2 Stranded Conductors for Single Core and Multi-Core Cables
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Minimum No. Of Wires In ConductorMaximum Resistance
of Conductor At 20ºC
CircularCircular CompactedShapedAnnealed Copper Conductor
CuAlCuAlCuAlPlain Wires ohms/km
1.57-6---12.1
2.57-6---7.41
47-6---4.61
67-6---3.08
107766--1.83
167766--1.15
257766660.727
357766660.524
50191966660.387
701919121212120.268
951919151515150.193
1203737181518150.153
1503737181518150.124
1853737303030300.0991
2403737343034300.0754
3006161343034300.0601
4006161535353530.047

Current Carrying Capacity
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Reference Method C
(Clipped Direct)
Reference Method E
(In Free Air or on a Perforated Cable Tray, Horizontal or Vertical)
Reference Method D (direct in ground or in ducting in ground, in or around Buildings)
1 Two Core Cable
Single-Phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable Three-phase
AC
1 Two core cable Single-Phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable
Three-Phase
AC
1 Two core cable
single-phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable three-phase AC
1.5272329252521
2.5363139333328
4494252444336
662536656 5344
10857390787158
16 11094115999175
25146124152131 11696
35180154188162139115
50219187228197164135
70279238291251 203167
95338289354304239197
120392335410353271223
150451386472406306251
185515441539463343281
240607520636546395324
300698599732628446365
400787673847728--

Ambient temperature: 30ºC
Conductor operating temperature: 90ºC

Notes
1. Where a conductor operates at a temperature exceeding 70ºC it must be ascertained that the equipment connected to the conductor is suitable for the conductor operating
temperature (see Regulation 512.1.2 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations).
2. Where cables in this table are connected to equipment or accessories designed to operate at a temperature not exceeding 70ºC , the current ratings given in the equivalent
table for 70ºC thermoplastic insulated cables (Table 4D3A) must be used (see Regulation 523.1 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations).
The above table is in accordance with Table 4E3A of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations.

Voltage Drop

Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Two Core Cable DCTwo Core Cable
Single-Phase AC
mV/A/m
Three Or Four Core Cable Three-Phase AC
mV/A/m
1.5313127
2.5191916
4121210
67.97.96.8
104.74.74
162.92.92.5
rxzrxz
251.851.850.1601.9001.6000.1401.650
351.35 1.350.1551.3501.1500.1351.150
500,98 0.990.1551.0000.8600.1350.870
700.670.670.1500.6900.5900.1300.600
950.490.500.1500.5200.4300.1300.450
1200.390.400.1450.4200.3400.1300.370
1500.310.320.1450.3500.2800.125 0.300
1850.250.260.1450.2900.2200.1250.260
2400.1950.200.1400.2400.1750.1250.120
3000.1150.160.1400.2100.1400.1200.185
4000.120.130.1400.1900.1150.1200.165

Conductor operating temperature: 90ºC
r = Resistive Component
x = Reactive Component
z = Impedance Value

For cables having conductors of 16mm2 or less cross sectional area their inductances can be ignored and (mV/A/m)r values only are tabulated. For cables having conductors greater than 16mm2, cross sectional area the impedance values are given as (mV/A/m)z, together with the resistive component (mV/A/m)r and the reactive component (mV/A/m)x.

The above paragraph is extracted from Appendix 4 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations.

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BS 6724 SWA LSZH 0.6/1kV Cable

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BS 6724 SWA LSZH 0.6/1kV Cable

Cable construction

ConductorClass 2 stranded copper conductor according to BS EN 60228
InsulationXLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
BeddingLSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) Type LTS1 according to
BS 7655
ArmourSWA (Steel Wire Armour)
SheathLSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) Type LTS1 according to
BS 7655

 

Dimensions - BS6724 XLPE/LSZH/SWA/LSZH (Copper)

No. of CoresNominal Cross Sectional Area mm²Nominal Thickness of Insulation mmNominal Overall Diameter mmNominal Weight kg/kmBW / CW GlandWraparound Cleats
Under ArmourOverall
21.50.67.312.130220CC5
22.50.78.513.634620CC6
240.79.414.741020SCC7
260.710.515.949920CC7
2100.712.31864820CC8
2160.714.320.497820CC9
2250.914.720.4129025CC9
2350.916.823.3150025CC10
25011925.8189025CC11
2701.12229245032CC12
2951.125.133.1330032CC14
21201.227.936.1402040CC16
21501.430.939.3475040CC16
31,50.67.812.633020CC5
32.50.79.214.139020SCC6
340.71015.346420SCC7
360.711.216.656820CC7
3100.713.119.586620CC8
3160.715.321.6115225CC9
3250.918.923.6180025CC11
3350.921.325.7223032CC12
350121.728.5249032CC12
3701.125.232.2329032CC14
3951.128.837444040CC16
31201.23240.4547040CC16
31501.435.945.5693050SCC18
31851.64049.8835063SCC20
32401.744.955.11040063S-
33001.849.860.21260063S-
3400255.866.61460075S-
41.50.68.513.336520SCC6
42.50.79.91543820CC6
440.71116.453220CC7
460.712.318.776420CC8
4100.714.521.1101325CC9
4160.71723.4136025CC10
4250.92126.1216032CC11
4350.923.628.6269032CC12
45012532313032CC14
4701.129.537.7450040CC16
4951.133.341.7560050SCC18
41201.237.547.1740050CC20
41501.441.651.4878050-
41851.646.456.61063063S-
42401.752.6631339063-
43001.85868.81629075S-
4400265.478.11980090-
51.50.69.714.341020SCC6
52.50.711.716.147020CC7
540.71317.871020CC7
560.714.52087625CC8
5100.717.222.9116525CC10
5160.72026.6174232CC11
5250.924.731.5232332CC14
5350.927.834.8293240CC14
550132.440.4419250SCC16
71.50.610.215.247020SCC6
72.50.712.317.160020CC7
740.713.619.188120CC8
121.50.613.719.478020CC8
122.50.716.322.4100025CC9
191.50.616.222.2100025CC9
192.50.719.926.6154025CC11
271.50.62026.7150032CC11
272.50.72430.7195032CC14
371.50.622.329180032CC12
372.50.726.933.8235040CC14

Class 2 Stranded Conductors for Single Core and Multi-Core Cables
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Minimum No. Of Wires In ConductorMaximum Resistance
of Conductor At 20ºC
CircularCircular CompactedShapedAnnealed Copper Conductor
CuAlCuAlCuAlPlain Wires ohms/km
1.57-6---12.1
2.57-6---7.41
47-6---4.61
67-6---3.08
107766--1.83
167766--1.15
257766660.727
357766660.524
50191966660.387
701919121212120.268
951919151515150.193
1203737181518150.153
1503737181518150.124
1853737303030300.0991
2403737343034300.0754

Current Carrying Capacity
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Reference Method C
(Clipped Direct)
Reference Method E
(In Free Air or on a Perforated Cable Tray, Horizontal or Vertical)
Reference Method D (direct in ground or in ducting in ground, in or around Buildings)
1 Two Core Cable
Single-Phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable Three-phase
AC
1 Two core cable Single-Phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable
Three-Phase
AC
1 Two core cable
single-phase
AC or DC
1 Three or 1 Four core cable three-phase AC
1.5272329252521
2.5363139333328
4494252444336
662536656 5344
10857390787158
16 11094115999175
25146124152131 11696
35180154188162139115
50219187228197164135
70279238291251 203167
95338289354304239197
120392335410353271223
150451386472406306251
185515441539463343281
240607520636546395324
300698599732628446365
400787673847728--

Ambient temperature: 30ºC
Conductor operating temperature: 90ºC

Notes
1. Where a conductor operates at a temperature exceeding 70ºC it must be ascertained that the equipment connected to the conductor is suitable for the conductor operating
temperature (see Regulation 512.1.2 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations).
2. Where cables in this table are connected to equipment or accessories designed to operate at a temperature not exceeding 70ºC , the current ratings given in the equivalent
table for 70ºC thermoplastic insulated cables (Table 4D3A) must be used (see Regulation 523.1 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations).
The above table is in accordance with Table 4E3A of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations.

Voltage Drop

Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Two Core Cable DCTwo Core Cable
Single-Phase AC
mV/A/m
Three Or Four Core Cable Three-Phase AC
mV/A/m
1.5313127
2.5191916
4121210
67.97.96.8
104.74.74
162.92.92.5
rxzrxz
251.851.850.1601.9001.6000.1401.650
351.35 1.350.1551.3501.1500.1351.150
500,98 0.990.1551.0000.8600.1350.870
700.670.670.1500.6900.5900.1300.600
950.490.500.1500.5200.4300.1300.450
1200.390.400.1450.4200.3400.1300.370
1500.310.320.1450.3500.2800.125 0.300
1850.250.260.1450.2900.2200.1250.260
2400.1950.200.1400.2400.1750.1250.120
3000.1150.160.1400.2100.1400.1200.185
4000.120.130.1400.1900.1150.1200.165

Conductor operating temperature: 90ºC
r = Resistive Component
x = Reactive Component
z = Impedance Value

* Spacings larger than one cable diameter will result in a larger voltage drop.
The above table is in accordance with Table 4E3B of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations.
For cables having conductors of 16mm2 or less cross sectional area their inductances can be ignored and (mV/A/m)r values only are tabulated. For cables having conductors
greater than 16mm2, cross sectional area the impedance values are given as (mV/A/m)z, together with the resistive component (mV/A/m)r and the reactive component
(mV/A/m)x.
The above paragraph is extracted from Appendix 4 of the 17th Edition of IEE Wiring Regulations.

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BS 7835 XLPE LSZH 6.35/11 (12)kV

Cable construction

ConductorClass 2 stranded copper conductor according to BS EN 60228
Conductor screenSemi-conductive XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
InsulationXLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
Insulation screenSemi-conductive XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
Metallic screenIndividual or overall copper tape screen according to BS 6622
FillerPET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) fibres
SeparatorBinding tape
BeddingLSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen)
ArmourSingle core: AWA (Aluminium Wire Armoured)
Multi-core: SWA (Steel Wire Armoured)
SheathLSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen)

Dimensions

No. of CoresNominal Cross Sectional Area mm²Nominal DiameterNominal Weight kg/km
Under ArmourOver ArmourOverall
15021.724.928.51200
1702326.2301500
19524.727.931.71600
112026.729.933.92100
115027.531.535.72500
118529.333.337.52900
124031.635.6403600
130034.638.6434300
1400374145.85200
150040.545.550.56500
163044.649.654.88000
180048.853.859.29850
1100053.558.564.312100
325394448.84300
33541.646.651.64700
35044.449.454.65300
37048.151.358.56300
395525762.67300
312055.660.066.68400
315058.663.669.89600
318562.767.774.111000
324068.174.481.214000
330073.579.88716600
Class 2 Stranded Conductors for Single Core and Multi-Core Cables
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Minimum No. Of Wires In ConductorMaximum Resistance
of Conductor At 20ºC
CircularCircular CompactedShapedAnnealed Copper Conductor
CuAlCuAlCuAlPlain Wires ohms/km
50191966660.387
701919121212120.268
951919151515150.193
1203737181518150.153
1503737181518150.124
1853737303030300.0991
2403737343034300.0754
3006161343034300.0601
4006161535353530.047
6309191535353530.0283
80091915353--0.0221
100091915353--0.0176
Current Carrying Capacity
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Continuous Current Rating
In Ground
Amps
In Ducts
Amps
In Air
Amps
TrefoilFlatTrefoilFlatTrefoilFlat
50220230220220250300
70270280260270310370
95320335305325375460
120360380340370430530
150410430375410490600
185455485410460550690
240 520560470540650820
300580640500610740940
4006507305306908401100
5007108305707809301280
63076094062089010401480
800 810106066099011401690
1000860117069019012301900
25140140125125145145
35170170150150175175
50210210180180220220
70250250215215270270
95300300255255330330
120340340290290380380
150380380330330430430
185430430370370490490
240500500430430570570
300540540470470650650
De-rating Factors
Air Temperature °C
25303540455055
DE-RATING FACTOR1.000.960.920.880.830.780.73
Ground Temperature10152025303540
DE-RATING FACTOR1.031.000.970.930.890.860.82
Ground Thermal Resistivity0.91.01.21.5 2.02.53.0
DE-RATING FACTOR1.06 1.041.000.920.82 0.740.68
Depth Of Laying0.801.001.25 1.501.752.02.50
DE-RATING FACTOR1.000.970.950.940.930.910.90

 

 

 

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Cable construction

ConductorClass 2 stranded copper conductor according to BS EN 60228
Conductor ScreenSemi-conductive XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
InsulationXLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
Insulation ScreenSemi-conductive XLPE (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)
Metallic ScreenIndividual or collective overall copper tape screen according to
BS 6622
FillerPET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) fibres
SeparatorBinding tape
BeddingPVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
ArmourSingle core: AWA (Aluminium Wire Armoured)
Multi-core: SWA (Steel Wire Armoured)
SheathPVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

Dimensions

No. of CoresNominal Cross Sectional Area mm²Nominal DiameterNominal Weight kg/km
Under ArmourOver ArmourOverall
17032.636.6412300
19534.338.342.92650
112035.939.944.53000
115037.542.547.33500
118539.344.349.34000
124041.746.751.74650
130044.249.254.45450
140047.352.357.76350
150050.555.561.17600
163054.259.2659150
180060.565.571.611100
11000657076.513400
35065.171.478.29150
37068.875.182.110300
39572.678.986.111600
312076.382.69012800
315079.385.693.214050
318583.489.797.515650
324088.895.1103.318200
330093.9100.2108.821100
3400100.8107.1116.124200

Class 2 Stranded Conductors for Single Core and Multi-Core Cables
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Minimum No. Of Wires In ConductorMaximum Resistance
of Conductor At 20ºC
CircularCircular CompactedShapedAnnealed Copper Conductor
CuAlCuAlCuAlPlain Wires ohms/km
701919121212120.268
951919151515150.193
1203737181518150.153
1503737181518150.124
1853737303030300.0991
2403737343034300.0754
3006161343034300.0601
4006161535353530.047
5006161535353530.0366
6309191535353530.0283
80091915353--0.0221
100091915353--0.0176

Current Carrying Capacity
Nominal Cross
Sectional Area mm²
Continuous Current Rating
In Ground
Amps
In Ducts
Amps
In Air
Amps
TrefoilFlatTrefoilFlatTrefoilFlat
70270280260270310370
95320335305325375460
120360380340370430530
150410430375410490600
185455485410460550690
240 520560470540650820
300580640500610740940
4006507305306908401100
5007108305707809301280
63076094062089010401480
800 810106066099011401690
1000860117069019012301900
50210210180180220220
70250250215215270270
95300300255255330330
120340340290290380380
150380380330330430430
185430430370370490490
240500500430430570570
300540540470470650650
400600600530530740740
De-rating Factors
Air Temperature °C
25303540455055
DE-RATING FACTOR1.000.960.920.880.830.780.73
Ground Temperature10152025303540
DE-RATING FACTOR1.031.000.970.930.890.860.82
Ground Thermal Resistivity0.91.01.21.5 2.02.53.0
DE-RATING FACTOR1.06 1.041.000.920.82 0.740.68
Depth Of Laying0.801.001.25 1.501.752.02.50
DE-RATING FACTOR1.000.970.950.940.930.910.90

 

 

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NA2XS(FL)2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE- 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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NA2XS(FL)2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE-12/20 (24)kV Cable

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NA2XS(FL)2Y Aluminium conductor XLPE PE-6/10 (12)kV Cable

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NA2XS(F)2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 18/30k (36)V Cable

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NA2XS(F)2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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NA2XS(F)2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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NA2XS2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 18/30k (36)V Cable

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NA2XS2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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NA2XS2Y Aluminium Conductor XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XS(FL)2Y – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS(FL)2Y – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS(F)2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XS2Y XLPE PE – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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NA2XSY Aluminium Conductor XLPE PVC – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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NA2XSY Aluminium Conductor XLPE PVC – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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NA2XSY Aluminium Conductor XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XSEY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 18/30 (36)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 12/20 (24)kV Cable

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N2XSY XLPE PVC – 6/10 (12)kV Cable

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BS 6622 XLPE MDPE 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

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BS 6622 XLPE PVC 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

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BS 7835 XLPE LSZH 6.35/11 (12)kV

BS 7835 XLPE LSZH 6.35/11 (12)kV Cable

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BS 7835 XLPE LSZH 19/33 (36)kV

 

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BS 6622 XLPE PVC 19/33 (36)kV

BS 6622 XLPE PVC 19/33 (36)kV Cable

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Software LISTgraphII

System visualisation software for the display of temperature graphics, listing and storing of temperatures and messages, storing of data and messages. Generation of a project specific drawings for the easy and precise indication of sensors in alarm.

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