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On the following pages your will find a summary with important details and instructions, which will enable you to find information quickly and easily. You will find a detailed chapter of important standards, copper and alu-price calculation, core identifications, permissible bending radius, dimensions, power ratings, comparison of harmonized cables, strand make-up and conductor resistance, laying conditions for power cables, chemical resistance of PUR, Silicone, Teflon and other thermoplastic materials, characteristics of insulating and sheath materials, caloric load values of halogen-free or halogenated cables, information and laying conditions for UL-CSA cables and wires, international abbreviations, formulas and practical facts etc. It goes without saying that we can only mention a fraction of all specifications as well as of the VDEinstructions. If you require the complete VDE specifications, please ask the VDE-Publishing House in Berlin. For any information please ask our Quality Assurance department. Any questions? HELUKABELâ will help you!

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Subject T Technical Information Page

Copper and Alu-Price Calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 1 ­ T 2 Reference to DIN VDE Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 3 ­ T 4 Harmonized Identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 5 Designation code for harmonized cables according to DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0282/DIN VDE 0292. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 6 Code-designation for harmonized cables and flexible cords to DIN VDE 0292 and HD 361 S2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 7 ­ T 8 Comparison of harmonized cables with IEC, DIN VDE and HD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 9 Designation code for power cables according to DIN VDE 0271/0276 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 10 Designation code for telephone cables, jumper wires and stranded hook-up wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 11 Code-designation-explanations for cables and insulated wire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 12 Conductor-diameters according to DIN VDE 0295. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 13 Conductor resistance (extracted from DIN VDE 0295, IEC 228 and HD 383) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 14 Strand make-up to (DIN VDE 0295, IEC 228 and HD 383). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 15 Nominal voltage and Operating voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 16 Current carrying capacity and indications for calculation of Power Cables and Wires. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 17 Type of Laying Systems and Operating Conditions ­ Power cables and wires for fixed installation ­ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 18 Laying Conditions for Power Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 19 Current ratings for installation A1, A2, B1 and B2, Cables for fixed installation within buildings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 20 Current ratings for installation conditions C, E, F and G, Cables for fixed installation within buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 21 Current ratings for installation conditions A1, A2, B1 and B2, Cables for fixed installation within buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 22 Current ratings for installation conditions C, E, F and G, Cables for fixed installation within buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 23 Current ratings for cables and insulated wires up to 1000 V and heat resistant cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 24 Current ratings for cables #0,6/1 kV, Special rubber-insulated single core cables, multicore rubber cables and trailing cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . T 25 Current ratings (general) for flexible cables, for non-existing cable types in the previous tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 26 Current ratings for HELUTHERM 145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 27 Current ratings for silicone cables and wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 28 Current ratings for NYY, NAYY, NYCY, NYCWY, NAYCWY 0,6/1 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 29 Current Carrying Capacity for NYKY 0,6/1 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 30 Current ratings ­ Conversion factors for grouping on the wall, on the floor, in insulation tubes or in conduit and under the ceiling. . . . . T 31 Current ratings ­ Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 32 Current ratings ­ Conversion factors for grouping of single core cables or cables on troughs and trays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 33 Current ratings ­ Conversion factors for grouping of multicore cables or cables on troughs and trays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 34 Power ratings for XLPE-insulated; Medium Voltage Power Cables 6/10 kV, 12/20 kV, 18/30 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 35 Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6­30 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 36 ­ T 40 Rating conversion factors for installation of Medium Voltage Cables, 6­30 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 41 Rating conversion factors for installation of Medium Voltage Cables, 6­30 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 42 Conversion factor for Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6­30 kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 43 Colour code according to DIN VDE 0293 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 44 Colour code according to E DIN VDE 0245 part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 45 Colour code according to DIN 47100 with colour repetition from core no. 45. and above . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 46 Pair-Colour code according to DIN 47100 with colour repetition from pair no. 45 and above . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 47 Colour code HELUKABEL-JB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 48 Colour code HELUKABEL-OB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 49 Colour code according to DIN VDE 0813 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 50 Colour code according to DIN VDE 0815 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 51 Colour code according to DIN VDE 0816 and extended. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 52 Colour code for single wire vehicle cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 53 Colour Abbreviations according to DIN VDE and IEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 54 Identification of insulated wires through colours according to DIN 40705 and IEC 446 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 55 Permissible minimum bending radius according to DIN VDE specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 56 Chemical Resistance of PUR (Polyurethane) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 57 Chemical Resistance of PUR ­ Table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 58 ­ T 59 â Chemical Resistance of HELUFLON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 60 â Characteristics of HELUFLON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 61 Chemical Resistance of Silicone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 62 Resistance of substances against solvents, oils and fats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 62 Heat-resistance classes as per VDE 0530 part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 63 Caloric load values (heat of combustion) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 63 Caloric load values of halogen-free Security Cables and insulated wires. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 64 ­ T 66 Caloric load values of halogen-free Cables and insulated wires. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 67 Caloric load values of halogen-free and haloganated cables and insulated wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 68 ­ T 70 Information and Installation Instructions for UL and CSA cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 71 AWG-Wires and AWG-stranded conductors, Conductor make-up, cross-section, resistance and weight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 72 ­ T 73 US-American and British units, Conversion of usual measuring units/General measuring units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 74 Current ratings for UL-CSA cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 75 List of UL-Styles (Single core cables) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 76 List of UL-Styles (Multicore cables) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 77 Characteristics of insulating and sheath materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 78 ­ T 79 International abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 80 Definitions: Classes of Stress (Duty) in Flexible Cables and Insulated Wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 81 Safety Requirements in the Use of Cables and Insulated Wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 82 ­ T 86 Glossary of Terms: Cables and Wires. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 87 ­ T 94 International Certification Marks and Testing Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 95 Formulas of electrotechnic and electronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 96 Formulas of power engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 97 Capacity of KTG-Pool drums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 98 Cable lengths (m) to KTG-Drums ­ capacity of pool drums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 99 Explanatory notes on CE marking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 100 ­ T 101 Part Number Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 102 ­ T 112 Table of types of cables and wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T 113 ­ T 118

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The material price for cables and wires is usually based on a copper price of 150,00 EUR/100 kg. For invoicing, as copper surcharge ­ the difference to the daily copper rate will be calculated. The Formula for calculating the copper surcharge: Copper surcharge in EUR/km = Copper value (kg/km) x DEL The DEL (German electrolytic copper for guiding purpose) is the Stock Exchange Quotation for 99,5% pure copper. The value is given per EUR/100 kg in the economic part of daily newspapers. Example: DEL quotation = 194,29 i. e., 100 kg copper cost 194,29 EUR and 1% delivery charge is added to the daily quotation for cables and wires. Copper basis In our catalogue, for almost all cables and wires, a certain portion of copper price is already included.

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Standard cables Telephone cables Power cables

­ copper basis = EUR 150,0/100 kg ­ copper basis = EUR 100,0/100 kg ­ copper basis = EUR 0, ­/100 kg (copper base = 0)

Copper value The copper value is stated in our catalogue. It is the copper weight of a cable or a wire. Example: JZ-500 8 x 0,75 mm2, Part-No. 10040 Copper value 58 kg/km

Calculation example: for JZ-500 DEL 8 x 0,75 mm2 194,29 EUR/100 kg (assuming value)

Copper basis 150,0 EUR/100 kg Copper value 58 kg/km Copper surcharge =

ð194;29þ1;9429ÞÀ150;0 x 58 kg/km 100

(calculated value 1,9429 = 1% of 194,29)

= 26,82 EUR/km

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Calculation examples: Assumption: * DEL-Quotation 194,29 EUR/100 kg for copper * Daily rate 173,84 EUR/100 kg for aluminium * Individual discount, e. g. 20%

1. NYY-J 3x70/35 sm,

Quantity ordered 1000 m Copper base = 0 minus 20% (discount) + Copper surcharge:

0,6/1 kV, Part no. 32038

4 900,00 EUR/km 980,00 EUR/km 3 920,00 EUR/km

ð194;29þ1;9429ÞÀ0 x Copper value 100

equal, 1,962 EUR/kg x 2352 kg/km = 4 614,62 EUR/km 8 534,62 EUR/km

2. NYCWY 3x70/35 sm,

Quantity ordered 1000 m Copper base = 0 minus 20% (discount)

0,6/1 kV, Part No. 32268

7 930,00 EUR/km 1 586,00 EUR/km 6 344,00 EUR/km

+ Copper surcharge (Conductor + screen):

ð194;29þ1;9429ÞÀ0 x Copper value 100

equal, 1,962 EUR/kg x 2410 kg/km = 4 728,42 EUR/km 11 072,42 EUR/km

3. NA2XSY 1x70 sm/16,

Quantity ordered 1000 m ­ Aluminium conductor ­ Copper screen Copper base = 0 minus 20% (discount) + Copper surcharge (screen):

12/20 kV, Part No. 32 454

9 500,00 EUR/km 1 900,00 EUR/km 7 600,00 EUR/km

ð194;29þ1;9429ÞÀ0 x Copper value 100

equal, 1,962 EUR/kg x 182 kg/km = + Aluminium (Conductor): Aluminium value x daily rate 203 kg/km x 1,74 EUR/kg 357,08 EUR/km

353,22 EUR/km 8 310,30 EUR/km

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Reference to DIN VDE Standards

Power Installations

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DIN VDE 0100 DIN VDE 0100 part 100 DIN VDE 0100 part 410/part 430 DIN VDE 0100 Supplement 1 to part 430 DIN VDE 0100 part 482 DIN VDE 0100 part 520/part 530

­ Erection of power installations with rated voltages below 1000 ­ General requirements, scope ­ Protective measures and protection against electric shock ­ Protection of cables against overcurrent ­ Recommended values for current-carrying capacity ­ Choice of protective measures, protection against fire ­ Selection and erection of equipment ­ cable, wires and wiring systems ­ Erection electrical equipment ­ switch- and controlgear ­ Luminiaries and lighting equipment ­ ­ ­ ­ Rooms containing a bath tub or shower basin Roofed swimming pools (swimming baths) and open air swimming baths Rooms containing electrical sauna-heaters ­ Installations site Agricultural and horticultural premises

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­ Fire-hazards locations ­ Lifting and hoisting devices ­ Laying of cables in hollow walls and in buildings made up mainly flammable building materials ­ Cable entries into buildings in public cable network ­ Humid and wet areas, outdoor installation ­ Erection of power installations with rated voltages above 1 kV ­ Operation of power installations ­ Electrical installations in hospitals and locations for medical use outside hospitals ­ Power installations and safety power supply in comunal facilities, stores and shops and exhibition rooms, multi-storey buildings, Restaurants, closed car parks and working or business premises ­ Electrical equipment of industrial machines ­ Erection of electrical installations in mines ­ Installation of electrical apparatus in hazardous areas ­ Electrical installations and apparatus thereof for use in atmospheres potentially endangered by explosive material ­ Erection of electrical installation in open cast mines quarries and similar plants ­ Electrical apparaturs for potentially explosive atmospheres ­ Lightning protection system, protection of structures against lightning ­ Insulating and sheathing compounds for cables and flexible cords ­ Cables and cords for electrical and electronic equipment in power installations ­ Flexible PVC-insulated control cable ­ Cables, wires and flexible cords for power installation ­ Heating ­ cables

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­ XLPE (cross linked PE) insulated and PVC sheathed installationscable up to 0,6/1 kV ­ Cables with plastic-insulated lead-sheat for power installation

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­ Halogen-free cables with improved characteristics in the case of fire, with reduced fire propagation and continuance of isolation for use in the containment of nuclear power plants ­ Halogen-free cables with improved characteristics in the case of fire, nominal voltages up to 6 to 30 kV ­ PVC-insulated cables and sheathed power cables for rated voltages up to and including 3,6/6 (7,2) kV ­ Distribution cables of nominal voltages U0/U 0,6/1 kV ­ Power cables of nominal voltages U0/U 0.6/1 kV with special fire performance for use in power stations ­ Additional test methods ­ Distribution cables of nominal voltages U0/U 3,6 kV to 20,8/36 kV ­ Current-carrying capacity, general; conversion factors ­ Tests on cables laid with nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV, 12/20 kV and 18/ 30 kV with PVC-insulation, VPE-insulation or paper insulation. ­ Primary cables for airport lighting ­ PVC-cables, wires and flexible cords for power installation ­ Rubber cables and flexible cords for power installation, heat-resistant silicon rubber insulated cable, halogen-free insulated cable arc welding cable, rubber insulated lift cable, rubber-sheathed flexible cables ­ Mineral insulated cables with a rated voltages not exeeding 750 V ­ Definations for cables, wires and flexible cords for power installation ­ Code designation for harmonized cables and flexible cords for power installations ­ Core identification for cables and flexible cords used in power installation ­ Conductors of cables, wires and flexible cords for power installation ­ Application of cables and flexible cords in power installations ­ Testing of cables, wires and flexible cords ­ Insulating and sheating materials of electric cables; Common test methods ­ Measurement of smoke density of cables ­ Telecommunications ­ Ribbon cables with round conductors, with a pitch of 1,27 mm ­ Equipment wires and stranded equipment wires of telecommunications system ­ Switchboard cables for telecommunications system ­ Cords for telecommunications system ­ Wiring cables for telecommunications system (indoor cable) ­ Outdoor cables for telecommunications system ­ Cables with stranded conductors for increased mechanical stress for telecommunications system ­ Self-supporting telecommunication aerial cables on overhead power lines above 1 kV ­ Electromagnetic compatibility ­ Equipment wires and flexible equipment wires with extended temperature ­ Special directions and guidings principles of cables and insulated wires ­ Special specification for optical fiber, single cores, indoor and outdoor cables

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DIN VDE 0284 DIN VDE 0289 part 1 to part 101 DIN VDE 0292 DIN VDE 0293 DIN VDE 0295 DIN VDE 0298 part 1 to part 300

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Testing, measurement

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DIN VDE 0800 part 1 to part 10 DIN VDE 0811 DIN VDE 0812 DIN VDE 0813 DIN VDE 0814 DIN VDE 0815 DIN VDE 0816 part 1 to part 3 DIN VDE 0817 DIN VDE 0818 DIN VDE 0839 DIN VDE 0881 DIN VDE 0891 part 1 to part 10 DIN VDE 0899 part 1 up to part 5

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The harmonized identifications for cables and wires come to an agreement with the CENELEC-structure (HAR-agreement) are determined by the certification institute. These identifications conform the harmonized standards. The harmonized identification must be visible on the core or the sheath in form of an imprint or embossing, or contained with a three-coloured black-red-yellow protected identification thread of different colour lengths (dimension in cm).

Harmonized identification Kind of imprint or embossing Colour of identification thread black red yellow (dimension in cm) CEBEC 5HAR4 ´ Comite Electrotechnique Belge Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e. V. ¨ VDE Pruf- und Zertifizierungsinstitut ´ Union Technique de l'Electricite ´ Instituto Italiano de Marchio Qualita Country Certification institute

Name

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1 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1

3 1 3 3 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 1

1 1 1 5 3 3 5 5 3 5 7 7 9 7 9

Belgium Germany France Italy

CEBEC VDE UTE IMQ BASEC KEMA SEMKO ¨ OVE DEMKO NSAI (IIRS) NEMKO AEE

5VDE4 5HAR4

USE 5HAR4 IEMMEQU 5HAR4 BASEC 5HAR4 KEMA-KEUR 5HAR4 SEMKO 5HAR4 ¨ 5OVE4 5HAR4

Great Britain British Approvals Service for Cables and North Ireland Netherlands Sweden Austria Denmark Ireland Norway Spain N. V. tot Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialien Svenska Elektriska Materielkontrollanstalten ¨ ¨ Osterreichischer Verband fur Elektrotechnik Danmarks Elektriske Materialkontroll National Standards Authority of Ireland alt: Institute for Industrial Research and Standards Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll ´ ´ up to 31. 12. 1992: Asociacion Electrotecnica ´ y Electronica Espanola ~

5DEMKO4 5HAR4 5NSAI4 5HAR4 5IIRS4 5HAR4

NEMKO 5HAR4 5 4UNE5 5HAR4 4 ((5 4UNE5 4)) AENOR 5HAR4 ELOT 5HAR4 np 5HAR4 (bis: 30. 09. 1994)

´ ´ from 01. 01. 1993: Asociacion Espanola de Normalizacion AENOR ~ ´ y Certificacion Greece Portugal Hellenic Organization for Standardization ´ Instituto Portugues da Qualidade ELOT IPQ

5IPQ4 5HAR4

(ab: 01. 10. 1994) SEV 5HAR4 FIMKO MEEI 5HAR4 1 1 3 3 3 3 9 7 9 Switzerland Finland Hungarian Schweizerischer Elektrotechnischer Verein FIMKO LTD ¨ ¨ Magyar Elektrotechnikai Ellenorzo Intezet ´ SEV FIMKO MEEI

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Designation code for harmonized cables

according to DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0282/DIN VDE 0292

Construction reference

Identifications of destignation

A H 01 03 05 07 B G N2 R S V V2 V3 V4 Z C Q4 T T6 B J N N2 N4 Q R T T2 V V2 V3 V4 V5 D3 D5 FM H H2 H6 H7 H8 D E F H K R U Y authorised national standards harmonized standards 100 V 300/300 V 300/500 V 450/750 V (EPR) Ethylene-propylene-rubber (EVA) Ethylene-Vinylacetat-Copolymer (CR) Chloroprene rubber for welding cables (NR a./o. SR) Natural a./o. synthetic rubber (SiR) Silicone rubber (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride heat-resistant (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride low-temperature (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride cross-linked (PE) Polyethylene cross-linked Screen (PA) Additional polyimide core jacket Additional textile braiding over laid-up cores Additional textile braiding over individual cores (EPR) Ethylene-propylene rubber Glass fibre braid (CR) Chloroprene rubber (CR) Chloroprene rubber for welding cables (CR) Chloroprene rubber heat-resistant (PUR) Polyurethane (NR a./o. SR) Natural- a./o. synthetic rubber Textile braid Textile braid with flame retardant compound (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride heat-resistant (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride low-temperature (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride cross-linked (PVC) Polyvinyl chloride oil resistant Stress-relieving elements (support wire) Centre core (no supporting element) Telecommunications cores integrated in power cables Flat, separable cable (twin cable) Flat, non-separable cable (two-core sheathed cable) Flat, non-separable cable (multi- and multiple sheathed cable) Two-layer insulating jacket Spiral cables Finely stranded, for welding cables (very) finely stranded, for welding cables Finely stranded, for cables for fixed installation (Very) finely stranded, for flexible cables Finely stranded, for cables for fixed installation Multiple-wire, round, class 2 Single-wire, round, class 1 Tinsel wire, DIN 47104

H 05 V V5 ­ F 25 G 0,75

Nominal voltage U

Insulation material

Structural elements

Sheath/jacket material

Special structural features

Conductor type

Number of cores Earth core

G X With earth core Without earth core

Conductor nominal cross section in mm2

Examples: H07V-U 2,5 black (according to DIN VDE 0281) Harmonized PVC-insulated single-core sheathed cable, 2,5 mm2 single-core, nominal voltage 750 V

H07RN-F 3G 1,5 (according to DIN VDE 0282) Harmonized rubber-sheathed-cable for medium tensile loads, three-core 1,5 mm2, finely stranded, green-yellow earth core, nominal voltage 750 V

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This system of code-designation is prepared by CENELEC for harmonized cables as flexible cords for power installations and published in Harmonization Document HD 361 S2 and 361 S3. Kind of Standards Codedesignation H A Insulation and sheath materials Codedesignation G J J2 M N N2 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 P Q Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 R

cables and wires to harmonized documents authorised national standards Conductor material

without designation ­A ­Z

Copper Aluminium Conductor of special material and/or special shape Type and shape of conductor

­D ­E ­F ­H ­K

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­

M R S U W Y Z

fine wire stranded conductor for welding cables extra fine wire stranded conductor for welding cables fine wire stranded conductor for flexible cables according to DIN VDE 0295, class 5 extra fine wire stranded conductor for flexible cables according to DIN VDE 0295, class 6 fine wire stranded conductor for fixed installation (if not specified, equivalent to DIN VDE 0295, classe 5) Milliken conductor conductor of multistranded wires sector-shaped conductor of multistranded wires round conductor of single wire sector-shaped conductor of single wire tinsel conductor conductor of special material and/or special shape Core numbers and cross-section of conductor

S T T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 V V2 V3 V4 V5 X Z

Number X G Y

number of cores n Multiplication sign without green-yellow core Multiplication sign for green-yellow core tinsel conductor, whereby the cross-section is not specified Insulation and sheath materials

B B2 B3 E E2 E4 E5 E6 E7

Ethylene-propylene-rubber for Temp. of +908 C Ethylene-propylene rubber, hardend Butyl rubber (isobutylene-isoprene rubber) Polyethelene Polyethelene, high density Polytetrafluorethylene Perfluor (Ethylene-propylene ­ copolymers) Ethylene-tetrafluorethylene ­ copolymers Polypropylene

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Ethylene-vinylacetate ­ copolymers braiding of glass fibre wrapping of glass fibre mineral insulation chloroprene-rubber (or equivalent material) special compound of chloroprene-rubber Sulfonated chlor or chlorinated polyethelene Nitril-rubber Florinated rubber PVC-Nitril-rubber compound Special-polychloroprene-rubber, water resistant Cables with impregnated paper insulation for multicore belted cable Polyurethane Polyethyleneterephthalate Polystyrole Polyamide Polyimide Polyvinylidene fluoride Ethylene-propylene rubber or equivalent synthetic elastomer for +608 C temperature of +608 C, for permanent temperature of +608 C Silicon-rubber textile braiding over twisted cores, impregnated/ unimpregnated textile braiding with flamme retardant impregnated composition layer of textile as core wrapping or tape layer of textile as core wrapping or tape with flame retardant impregnated composition corrosion protection textile braiding over individual core or multicore cable, impregnated/unimpregnated PVC soft PVC soft, resistant to increased temperature, +908 C PVC soft, for low temperatures PVC soft, cross-linked PVC soft, oil resistant cross-linked polyethylene cross-linked compound to a basis of polyolefine, for low corrosiv gas and low smoke emission in case of fire Thermoplastic compound to a basis of polyolefine, for low corrosiv gas and low smoke emission in case of fire

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Metal sheath, concentric conductor and screens Codedesignation A2 A3 A4 A5 C2 C3 F F3 K L L2 L4 L5 L6 Armouring Codedesignation Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 Y2 Y3 Y5 Y6

Metal sheath Aluminium sheath, pressed or welded, smooth Aluminium sheath, pressed or welded, corrugated Aluminium sheath over individual core Aluminium sheath of Band Copper sheath Copper sheath, corrugated Steel sheath Steel sheath, corrugated Zinc sheath Alloyed lead sheath for general use non-alloyed lead sheath, normal pure lead alloyed lead sheath over individual core non-alloyed lead sheath over individual core alloyed lead sheath, but other composition than above Concentric conductors

Armouring** Armouring of round steel wires*, galvanized/ungalvanized Armouring of flat steel wires*, galvanized/ ungalvanized Armouring of steel tape, galvanized/ungalvanized Braiding of steel wires, galvanized, ungalvanized Supporting braid of steel wires Armouring of sectional steel wires Armouring of round aluminium wires* Armouring of flat aluminium wires* Armouring of special materials Armouring of steel wires and/or steel tape and copper wires * counter helix, if specified ** see remarks DIN VDE 0292

Special constructive supporting elements D2 D3 Supporting elements of textile or steel wires over cable core Textil supporting elements of one or more elements, stranded in the core of circular cable or placed in a flat cable self-supporting cables and wires, where the conductor permits the strain-relieving function central core element (not as supporting element), used for lift cable as D3, the supporting element however is connected externally as D7, however a section horizontal to the axis of the cable forming the number "8"

A A6 C C6 C9

concentric aluminium conductor concentric aluminium conductor, meandershaped concentric copper-conductor concentric copper-conductor, meander-shaped divided concentric copper conductor Screens

D4 D5 D7

A7 A8 C4 C5 C7 C8 D

Aluminium screen Aluminium screen of individual core Copper screen as braid over the stranded cores Copper screen braiding over individual core Copper screen of tape, round or profile-wires over twisted cores Copper screen as C7, over individual core screen of one or more thin steel tapes, laying direkt over twisted cores, in contact with a stranded plain conductor

D8

Special versions without designation H H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8

round cable construction flat type as seperable cables with or without sheath flat type of cables unseperable building cable, flat webbed multicore flat cable with one plain conductor two or more single core stranded, non-sheathed cables flat cables according to HD 359 or EN 50 214 with 3 or more cores Cable with two-sheathed extruded insulation Coiled conductor

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PVC-insulated cables according to DIN VDE 0281 in comparison with IEC and HD

Designation accord. to VDE part . . . short designation new short designation old VDE 0250 NYFA, NYA NYFAF, NYAF NYA NYA NYAF NLYZ NYZ NYLHY rund NYLHY flach NYMHY rund NYMHY rund NYMHY flach NYFLY NYFLY nominal cross-section (mm2) nominal voltage U0/U (V) according to HD comparative design to IEC

PVC-wiring cables single wire fine wires PVC-insulated cables single wire multi-stranded wires fine wires Light PVC-Twin cables Twin cables

0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 5 0281 part 5

H 05V-U H 05V-K H 07V-U H 07V-R H 07V-K H 03VH-Y H 03VH-H H 03V V-F H 03V VH2-F H 05V V-F H 05V VH2-F

0,5 to 1,0

300/500

HD 21.3 S3 227 IEC 01 227 IEC 01 227 IEC 01 HD 21.3 S3 227 IEC 01 227 IEC 02 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 41 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 42 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 43 227 IEC 43 227 IEC 53 HD 21.5 S3 227 IEC 53 ­ ­ ­

1,5 to 10 1,5 to 400 1,5 to 240 0,1 0,5+0,75 0,5+0,75 0,5+0,75 0,75 to 2,5 1 to 2,5 0,75 0,75 to 1 1,5 to 25

450/750 300/300 300/300

PVC-sheathed cables 03V V-F round 0281 part 5 flat 0281 part 5 PVC-sheathed cables 05 V V-F round 0281 part 5 flat PVC-Flat-cable 05V V-H6 PVC-Flat-cable 07V V-H6 0281 part 5

300/300

300/500 300/500 300/500 450/750

0281 part 403 H 05V VH6-F 0281 part 404 H 07V VH6-F

Rubber insulated power cables according to DIN VDE 0282 in comparison with IEC and HD

Designation according to VDE short designation new H 07G-U H 07G-K H 05SJ-K H 03RT-F H 05RR-F H 05RN-F short designation old VDE 0250 N4GA N4GAF N2GAFU NSA NLH, NMH ¨ NYMHou ¨ NYMHou ¨ NYMHou ¨ NMHou ¨ NSHou nominal cross-section (mm2) 1,5+2,5 0,5 to 95 0,5 to 95 0,75 to 1,5 0,75 to 2,5 0,75+1 0,75+1 0,75 1,5 to 500 1 to 25 1 to 300 1,5+2,5 0,75 nominal voltage U0/U (V) 450/750 300/500 300/500 300/500 300/500 according to HD comparative design to IEC ­ ­

Heat-resistant rubberinsulated cable H 07G Heat-resistant siliconerubber cable Braided flexible cord Rubber sheathed flexible cord 05RR Polychloroprene sheathed flexible cable 05RN Polychloroprene sheathed flexible cable 07RN

0282 part 7 0282 part 7 0282 part 3 0282 part 4 0282 part 4 0282 part 4

HD 22.7 S2

HD 22.3 S2 245 IEC 03 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 51 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 53 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 57 245 IEC 57 245 IEC 57 HD 22.4 S3 245 IEC 65 245 IEC 66

0282 part 4

H 07RN-F

450/750

Rubber insulated lift cable with textile braid 05RT2D5 Rubber insulated lift cable with polychloroprene sheath 05RND5 Rubber insulated lift cable with textile braid 07RT2D5 Rubber insulated lift cable with polychloroprene sheath 07RND5

0282 part 807 H 05RT2D5-F NFLG

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IEC-defination IEC 227: Polyvinylchloride insulated flexible cables and cords with circular conductors and a rated voltage not exceeding 750 V IEC 245: Rubber insulated flexible cables and cords with circular conductors and a rated voltage not exceeding 750 V

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Construction reference

Identifications of designation

N (N) DIN VDE standard similar to DIN VDE standard

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Conductor material

A ­ aluminium conductor copper conductor

Insulating materials

Y 2X ­ PVC cross-linked PE (XLPE) impregnated paper

Concentric conductor (screen)

C CW CE S SE H (F) concentric conductor of copper concentric conductor of copper in waveconal formation concentric conductor of copper over each individual core screen of copper wires screen of copper wires over each individual core conductive layers longitudinally water-proof screen

Armouring

B F G R steel tape armouring armour of galvanized flat steel wires counter helix of galvanized steel tape armour of galvanized round steel wires

Sheath Material

A K KL oversheath made of fibrous material lead sheath aluminium sheath Y 2Y PVC PE

Protective Conductor

I O with protective conductor without protective conductor

Number of cores Conductor cross section in mm2 Conductor type

r... s... o... ..e... circular conductor sector conductor oval conductor circular, solid conductor ..m ..h /V stranded conductor hollow circular conductor compact conductor

Rating Voltage

0,6/1 kV 3,6/6 kV 6,0/10 kV 12/20 kV 18/30 kV

Examples NA2XS2Y 1 x 35 RM/16 6/10 kV Single core XLPE-insulated cable with PE-sheath according to standard, circular, stranded aluminium conductor with nominal crosssection 35 mm2, covered with copper-screen 16 mm2 and rating voltage (U0/U) 6/10 kV NYY-J 12 x 1,5 RE 0,6/1 kV Cable according to standard, PVC-insulated, sheath PVC, with green-yellow marked core, 12 cores with nominal cross-section 1,5 mm2, circular conductor, solid, rating voltage 0,6/1 kV

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Construction reference

Basic cable type with additional information

A AB AJ G I outdoor cable outdoor cable with lightning protection requirements outdoor cable with induction protection requirements mining cable installation cable IE installation cable for industrial electronic IE-H installation cable for industrial electronic, halogen-free S switchboard cable T distribution cable YV/Li . . . jumper wires/hook-up wires 3Y 5Y 6Y 7Y ­ ­ ­ ­ Styroflex PTFE FEP ETFE

Insulation

P Y 2Y 02Y 02YS C D F (K) (L) L (L)2Y LD Y Yv Yw Yu . . x1x . . x2x . . x3x dry paper PVC (Polyvinylchloride) PE (Polyethylene) foamed PE (cellular) foam-skin insulation

Screening

screen of braided copper wires (ms) copper screen, helically stranded filling of cable core with petrol-jelly (St) screen of copper tape with PE-inner sheath (Z) aluminium tape smooth aluminium sheath copolymer coated aluminium moisture barrier sheath corrugated aluminium sheath PVC sheath reinforced protective sheath of PVC PVC sheath heat-resistant PVC flame resistant (non-flammable) single core pair (double cores) triple M Mz W 2Y 2Yv E C magnetic screen steel tape screen of plastic coated metallic foil high tensile steel wire braiding

Sheath Material

lead sheath lead alloy sheath corrugated steel sheath PE sheath reinforced protective PE sheath compound with embeded plastic tape protective covering of jute and compound

Protective coating

Number of stranding elements

. . x 4 x quad . . x 5 x five-core

Conductor diameter in mm Type of stranding components

F S StO St St I St II St III St IV star quad with phantom circuit in railway cables signal core in railway signal cable star quad general star quad with phantom circuit for long distance star quad without phantom circuit star quad like St III, but with increased capacitance unbalances star quad in local (Subscriber) cable star quad for transmission of f = 120 kHz layer stranding concentric unit stranding layer of Al-wires for inductive protection armouring armouring of steel band for inductive protection 1 layer steel tape, thickness 0,3 mm 2B 0,5 2 layers steel tape, thickness 0,5 mm D layer of copper wires for inductive protection (T) strain bearing of steel wires for aerial cable star quad for transmission of f = 550 kHz St VI star quad for transmission of f = 17 MHz DM Dieselhorst-Martin quad TF carrier frequency star quad P twisted pair PiMF pair in metal foil ViMF quad in metal foil BdiMF unit in metal foil Kx coaxial cable St V

Stranding layout

Lg Bd A b B 1B 0,3

Armouring wire

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Code-designation-explanations for cables and insulated wire

AA AB AD AJASLH B B b (1B...) (2B...) BD BLK BZ C C C Cu (-Cu) D (D) DM Dreier E E(e) e F F F F F (F...) OF FR f ff G GGJ GS 2G 3G 4G 5G 6G 7G 8G 9G 53G H H (H...) (HS) HX ...IMF IMF -J -JZ K (K) LA LD Lg Li (L)Y (L)2Y 2L M M Mz (mS) N (N) NC NF Outdoor cable approved national design Outdoor cable with lighting protection Outdoor cable with differential protection Outdoor cable with induction protection self-supporting communication cables for high voltage overhead lines armouring spinning of textile yarn armouring one layer of steel tape... thickness of the steel tape in mm two layers of steel tape... thickness of the steel tape in mm unit-type stranding bare copper-conductor without insulation bronze conductor screen of copper wire braiding screen of copper wire spinning outer protection of jute and viscous compound copper wire total cross-section of copper screens (mm2) screen of copper wires screen of helically applied copper wires Dieselhorst-Martin quad three cores in triple stranded copper drain wire protective covering of viscous compound with embedded layer of plastic tape single wire, solid cable cores assembly with petrol-jelly foil wrapping flat cable star quad for railway cable star quad for phantom circuits flat wire armouring... thickness in mm jelly filled cable core, filling compound of hard substances flame retardant flexible, fine wire stranding extra fine wire stranding insulation or sheath material of rubber (NR) or (SBR) Mining cable Mining cable with induction protection glass fibre whipping or braiding insulation or jacket of silicone rubber, (SIR) insulation or jacket of ethylene propylene rubber, (EPR) insulation or jacket of ethylene vinylacetate rubber (EVA) insulation or jacket of chloroprene rubber (CR) insulation or jacket of chlorosulphonated polyethylene (CSM), Hypalon insulation or jacket of Flouroelastomer (FKM) insulation or jacket of Nitrile rubber (NBR) PE-C rubber (CM) CM, chlorinated Polyethylene insulation or jacket of halogen-free compound Harmonized Documents maximal value of mutual capacitance (nF / km) semi-conducting tape of layer cross-linked, halogen-free polymer compound individual stranding element (pairs or single cores etc.) in metal foil and drain wire several stranding elements in metalfoil and drain wire cable with green-yellow earth core cable with green-yellow earth core and cores with inprinted numbers copper-tape inner sheath and longitudinally folded copper tape tinsel conductor (flat copper wire stranded over the thread of synthetic fibres) corrugated aluminium sheath in layers stranding stranded wires conductor laminated sheath AI-tape and PVC-jacket laminated sheath AI-tape and PE-jacket double enamel coating as insulation plastic-sheath cable lead sheath alloyed lead sheath magnetic shield VDE standard in adapted to VDE standard non-corrosiv, smoke-gase natural colour cable without green-yellow earth core cable without green-yellow earth core and cores with imprinted numbers ¨ o oil-resistant 02Y Foam-PE, insulation (cellular PE) Q Steel wire braiding (R...) round wire, diameter in mm RAGL- Compensating cable for thermocoupling RDRhenomatic cable RE Computer cable RGCoaxial cable according MIL specification re round, single wire rm round, multiwire RScomputer switchboard cable S silk whipping S signal cables for railways (S...) nominal value of mutual capacitance (nF / km) -S signal cable for German Railway SSwitchboard cable SL flexible sheathed cable 2S two layers of silk whipping St star quad for phantom circuits St I star quad in telephone cables for lager distance St III star quad in local cables (St) static screen Staku copper clad steel wire Staku-Li copper clad steel stranded wires ...t termite protection T supporting element for overhead cable Tfan out cable TF carrier frequency of pairs or quads triple TiC triple in copper wire braid TiMF triple in metal foil U braiding of textile fibres VGD gold-plated VN nickel-plated; VS silver-plated VZK galvanized; VZN tinned W corrugated steel sheath W high heat resistant W corrugated steel sheath X cross-linked polyvinylchlorid (X-PVC) or other materials XPE cross-linked polyethylene (X-PE) 2X cross-linked polyethylene 7X cross-linked Ethylentetrafluorethylen (X-ETFE) 10X cross-linked Polyvinylidenfluorid (X-PVDF) Y PVC, polyvinylchloride Yu PVC, polyvinylchloride, non-flammable, flame-retardant Yv PVC, polyvinylchloride, with reinforced sheath YV Equipment wires with tinned conductor Yw PVC, polyvinylchlorid, heat resistant upto 908 C 2Y Polyethylene (PE) 2Yv Polyethylene, reinforced sheath 02Y Cellular polyethylene 02YS insulation of cellular polyethylene with outer PE-skin 2YHO insulation of air-spaced polyethylene 3Y insulation polystyrene (PS), Styroflex 4Y insulation or jacket of polyamide (PA) 5Y insulation or jacket of polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE), HELUFLONâ 5YX Perfluoralkoxy (PFA) 6Y Perfluoroethylene-propylene (FEP), HELUFLONâ 7Y insulation or jacket of ethylentetrafluorethylen (ETFE) 8Y insulation of polyimid (PI), Kaptonâ 9Y polypropylen (PP) 10Y PVDF, Polyvinylidene fluoride 11Y polyurethan (PUR) 12Y TPE-E, TPE 13Y TPE-EE, TPE on base of Polyester-Ester 31Y TPE-S, TPE on base of Polystyrol 41Y TPE-A, TPE on base of Polyamide 51Y PFA, Perfluor-Alkoxylalkane 71Y ECTFE, Monochlortrifluorethylene 91Y TPE-O, TPE on base of Polyester-Ester -Z core imprinted with numbers Z twin cable (Z) high-tensile braid of steel wires (ZG) high-tensile element of glass fibre yarn (ZN) high-tensile of non-metallic elements -O -OZ

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The indicated values are stated in the following table containing the conductor diameters according to the dimension of cross-sections and conductor classes in DIN VDE 0295.

Multi stranded wires, round compacted (Cu) class 2 max-1 mm 0,9 1,0 1,2 1,5 1,9 2,4 2,9 3,7 4,6 5,72) 6,72) 7,82) 9,42) 11,02) 12,42) 13,82) ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ max-1 mm 1,1 1,2 1,4 1,7 2,2 2,7 3,3 4,2 5,3 6,6 7,9 9,1 11,0 12,9 14,5 16,2 18,0 20,6 23,1 26,1 29,2 33,2 37,6 42,2 Fine and extra-fine copper wires

Nominalcross-section mm2 0,5 0,75 1 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 800 1000

min-1 3) mm ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 5,21) 6,11) 7,21) 8,71) 10,31) 11,61) 12,91) ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­

max-1 mm 1,1 1,3 1,5 1,8 2,3 2,9 3,9 5,1 6,3 7,8 9,2 11,0 13,1 15,1 17,0 19,0 21,0 24,0 27,0 31,0 35,0 39,0 ­ ­

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Conductor resistance

(extracted from DIN VDE 0295, IEC 60228 and HD 383)

The values are extracted from DIN VDE 0295 (equivalent with the international standard IEC 60228 and HD 383), according to crosssections and conductor classes, beginning with nominal cross-section of 0,5 mm2. The diameters of the single wires of each bunched conductor are not permitted to exceed the maximum stated values (ref. DIN VDE 0295), which are required to conform the maximum resistance value of the bunched conductors at 208 C. Nominal cross-section mm2 0,05 0,08 0,11 0,126 0,14 0,22 0,25 0,34 0,5 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10,0 16,0 25,0 35,0 50,0 70,0 95,0 120,0 150,0 185,0 240,0 300,0 400,0 500,0 630,0 Copper conductor plain wires (Ohm/km) class 1 and 2 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 36,0 24,5 18,1 12,1 7,41 4,61 3,08 1,83 1,15 0,727* 0,524* 0,387* 0,268* 0,193* 0,153* 0,124* 0,0991 0,0754 0,0601 0,0470 0,0366 0,0283 class 5 and 6 ,380 ,237 ,170 ,150 ,134 , 96 , 76 , 53 39,0 26,0 19,5 13,3 7,98 4,95 3,30 1,91 1,21 0,780 0,554 0,386 0,272 0,206 0,161 0,129 0,106 0,0801 0,0641 0,0486 0,0384 0,0287 Copper conductor tinned wires (Ohm/km) class 1 and 2 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 36,7 24,8 18,2 12,2 7,56 4,70 3,11 1,84 1,16 0,734 0,529 0,391 0,270 0,195 0,154 0,126 0,100 0,0762 0,0607 0,0475 0,0369 0,0286 class 5 and 6 ,392 ,244 ,175 ,155 ,138 , 99 , 79 , 56 40,1 26,7 20,0 13,7 8,21 5,09 3,39 1,95 1,24 0,795 0,565 0,393 0,277 0,210 0,164 0,132 0,108 0,0817 0,0654 0,0495 0,0391 0,0292 Welding cable (Ohm/km) Copper conductor Copper conductor plain wires tinned wires ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,16 0,758 0,536 0,379 0,268 0,198 0,155 0,125 0,102 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,19 0,780 0,552 0,390 0,276 0,204 0,159 0,129 0,105 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­

class 1 = single core conductor for single and multi core cables class 2 = multi core conductors for single and multi core cables class 5 = fine wire copper conductors for single and multi core cables class 6 = extra fine wire copper conductors for single and multi core cables * for mineral-insulated cables (class 1 up to 150 mm2)

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Strand make-up according to DIN VDE 0295, IEC 60228 and HD 383

stranded wires class 2 DIN VDE 0295 column 1

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multistranded wires

column 2

fine wires class 5 DIN VDE 0295 column 3

1) 2)

extra-fine wires class 6 DIN VDE 0295 column 4

1) 2)

column 5

1)

column 6

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column 7

mm2 0,05 0,08 0,09 0,14 0,25 0,34 0,38 0,5 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630

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,14 x 0,07 ,24 x 0,07* ,36 x 0,07 ,65 x 0,07 ,88 x 0,07 ,100 x 0,07 ,131 x 0,07 ,195 x 0,07 ,260 x 0,07 ,392 x 0,07 ,651 x 0,07 ,1040 x 0,07 ,1560 x 0,07 ,2600 x 0,07

,26 x 0,05 ,40 x 0,05 ,72 x 0,05 ,128 x 0,05 ,174 x 0,05 ,194 x 0,05 ,256 x 0,05 ,384 x 0,05 ,512 x 0,05 ,768 x 0,05 ,1280 x 0,05

7 x 0,30 7 x 0,37 7 x 0,43 7 x 0,52 7 x 0,67 7 x 0,85 7 x 1,05 7 x 1,35 7 x 1,70 7 x 2,13 7 x 2,52 19 x 1,83 19 x 2,17 19 x 2,52 37 x 2,03 37 x 2,27 37 x 2,52 61 x 2,24 61 x 2,50 61 x 2,89 61 x 3,23 91 x 2,97

7 x 0,25 7 x 0,27 7 x 0,30 7 x 0,37 7 x 0,43 7 x 0,52 19 x 0,41 19 x 0,52 19 x 0,64 49 x 0,51 49 x 0,65 84 x 0,62 133 x 0,58 133 x 0,69 189 x 0,69 259 x 0,69 336 x 0,67 392 x 0,69 494 x 0,69 627 x 0,70 790 x 0,70

,18 x 0,1 ,14 x 0,15 ,19 x 0,15 ,12 x 0,2 ,16 x 0,2 ,24 x 0,2 ,32 x 0,2 ,30 x 0,25 ,50 x 0,25 ,56 x 0,3 ,84 x 0,3 ,80 x 0,4 ,128 x 0,4 ,200 x 0,4 ,280 x 0,4 ,400 x 0,4 ,356 x 0,5 ,485 x 0,5 ,614 x 0,5 ,765 x 0,5 ,944 x 0,5 ,1225 x 0,5 ,1530 x 0,5 ,2035 x 0,5 ,1768 x 0,6 ,2228 x 0,6

,18 x 0,1 ,32 x 0,1 ,42 x 0,1 ,21 x 0,15 ,28 x 0,15 ,42 x 0,15 ,56 x 0,15 ,84 x 0,15 ,140 x 0,15 ,224 x 0,15 ,192 x 0,2 ,320 x 0,2 ,512 x 0,2 ,800 x 0,2 ,1120 x 0,2 ,705 x 0,3 ,990 x 0,3 ,1340 x 0,3 ,1690 x 0,3 ,2123 x 0,3 ,1470 x 0,4 ,1905 x 0,4 ,2385 x 0,4

,18 x 0,1 ,32 x 0,1 ,42 x 0,1 ,48 x 0,1 ,64 x 0,1 ,96 x 0,1 ,128 x 0,1 ,192 x 0,1 ,320 x 0,1 ,512 x 0,1 ,768 x 0,1 ,1280 x 0,1 ,2048 x 0,1 ,3200 x 0,1

The number of individual wires are without obligation. The diameters of the single wires for each conductor are not allowed to exceed the values stated to DIN VDE 0295. The single wires of a stranded conductor must have all the same nominal diameters. Minimum-number of single wires of stranded conductor. The single wires of a stranded conductor must have all the same nominal diameters.

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Note: permissible maximal diameter of single wires: nominal value maximal value mm mm 0,2 0,25 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,21 0,26 0,31 0,41 0,51 0,61

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Conversion AWG to (mm2)

AWG 30 28 26 24 22 21 20 mm2 0,05 0,08 0,14 0,25 0,34 0,38 0,50 AWG 18 17 16 14 12 10 8 mm2 0,75 1,00 1,50 2,50 4 6 10 AWG 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 mm2 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 kcmil 300 350 500 600 750 1000 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil mm2 150 185 240 300 400 500

This cross reference list shows equivalent nominal values. Actual cross sections may vary. The AWG values are approximate, if the cables are made to European Standards (mm2) and vice versa. In critical applications, where the current reaches upper limits. The deviating operation conditions for installation and laying according to standards are to be taken into consideration.

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Nominal voltage and Operating voltage

Nominal voltage

Voltage of cables and wires, by which the construction and the tests in respect of electrical characteristics are to be refered. According to DIN VDE 0298 and IEC 183 the cables are specified U0/U, where U0 = cable nominal voltage between the conductor and the metal covering pffiffiffi earth and or U = cable nominal voltage between the phase conductors, for 3-phase U = 3 U0

According to IEC regulations, the maximum permissible voltage Um is given in brackets. The identification is: U0 /U (Um). As the insulation of plastic insulated cables are measured with a nominal voltage U0/U = 0,6/1 kV and all radial field cables for the voltage U0, these cables are suitable for installation: * in single phase systems, in which the both phase conductors are insulated, with nominal voltage UN = 2 U0 * in single phase systems, in which one phase conductor is earthed, with the nominal voltage UN = U0

Operating voltage

Voltage between conductors of a power system or between a conductor and earth under specified condition in a given time during an undisturbed operation. Coordination of cable-Nominal voltages

Nominal voltages U0/U kV 0,6/1 3,6/6 6/10 12/20 18/30 for 3-phase system kV 1 6 10 20 30 for 1-phase alternating current both phase conone phase conductor ductors insulated earthed kV kV 1,2 7,2 12 24 36 0,6 3,6 6 12 18

Coordination of maximum permissible Operating voltages

Nominal voltages U0/U kV 0,6/1 3,6/6 6/10 12/20 18/30 maximum voltage for 3-phase system kV 1,2 7,2 12 24 36 maximum voltage for 1-phase alternating current both phase conone phase conductor ductors insulated earthed kV kV 1,4 8,3 14 28 42 0,7 4,1 7 14 21

Note Cable with U0/U 0,6/1 kV is allowed for Direct Current Systems, of those the maximum operating voltage conductor/conductor 1,8 kV or conductor/earth 1,8 kV not to be exceeded.

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Current carrying capacity and indications for calculation of Power Cables and Wires

The guidelines for current carrying capacities of copper and aluminium are valid DIN VDE 0298 part 4 as well as DIN VDE 0276 part 603 and for the conversion factors DIN VDE 0276 part 1000. The current carrying capacity of a cable should limited in such a degree that at all locations in a cable system which causes the generated heats under given proportions to lead safely in the environment. The heat flow depends on the inner heat-resistance between conductor and outer surface of the cable and as well as from the heat emission to the surroundings. The following recommended values are the current carrying capacity of cables for laying in earth and in air at normal operating conditions. Hints for the deviated operating conditions, see DIN VDE 0298 table 4 and DIN VDE 0276 part 603 and part 1000. Indications for Calculation

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Installation Methods and Operating Conditions

­ Power cables and insulated wires for fixed installation ­ Installation method type A1

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Single core cables in insulation tube in a thermally insulated wall.

Installation method A2

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Installation method B1

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Installation method B2

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Installation method C

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Installation methods E, F and G

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Laying Conditions for Power Cables

As laying depth, the mathematical distance to the cable axis ­ for tringular bunched laying the distance of the bundle axis to the earth surface with 70 cm is choised. With increased laying depth the load ratings will be mathematically reduced. Hereby the same temperature and the same thermal earth resistances are to be presumed. Normal operation conditions and indications for deviating operation conditions.

Normal operation conditions

Laid in Earth 1 Multicore cable 1 Single core cable in direct currentsystem 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system, side by side, with a space of 7 cm 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system, in bundle form1) Bedding in sand or earth shove and if necessary covering with bricks, cement plates or with flat to light curved thin covering of plastic Ambient conditions ­ Ground temperature at installation depth: 208 C ­ Soil-thermal resistivity of moist area: 1,0 K ? m/W ­ Soil-thermal resistivity of dry area: 2,5 K ? m/W Connecting and earthing of metal sheaths or screens on both ends Laid in Air 1 Multicore cable 1 Single core cable in direct current system 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system, side by side, with a space of a cable 1 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system in bundle form1) ­ Laid in open air, i. e. unhindered heat radiation will be ensured at: Distance of cable from wall, floor or ceiling ^2 cm ­ For cables laying side by side: Space at least two times of the cable 1 ­ For cables laying one above the other: Vertical space of the cable at least two times of the cable 1 cable length at least 30 cm ­ Consideration of thermal loss in cable, the increased air temperature of sufficient big and ventilated rooms ­ Protection against direct heat radiation of sunlight etc. ­ Air temperature 308 C Adequate big or ventilated rooms, due to that the power loss of the cable not be noticeable increased Connecting and earthing of metal sheaths or screens on both sides in "bunched" or triangle touching arrangement

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Current ratings for installation

Cables for fixed installation within buildings

A1, A2, B1 and B2

Operating temperature at conductor 708 C; Ambient temperature 308 C

Type designation H07V-U, -R, -K H07V3-U, -R, -K NYM, NYMZ, NYMT NHYRUZY, NYBUY NYDY N05V V-U, N05V V-R NHXMH NYY, NYCY 1) Multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes, in a thermally insulated walls H07V-U, -R, -K H07V3-U, -R, -K NYM, NYMZ, NYMT NHYRUZY, NYBUY NYDY N05V V-U, N05V V-R NHXMH NYY, NYCY 1) Multicore cables or multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes on a wall

Installation: * in thermally insulated walls * in insulating tubes

Single core cables in insulating tubes, in a thermally insulated walls

Single core cables in insulating tubes on a wall

Installation in thermally insulated walls Installation method

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Installation in insulating tubes B1 B2 3 2 3

A1 2 3

A2 2 3

Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300

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Current ratings in Ampere (A) 15,5

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13,5 18,0 24 31 42 ­ 56 73 89 108 136 164 188 216 245 286 328

15,5

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17,5 24 32 41 57 ­ 76 101 125 151 192 232 269 ­ ­ ­ ­

15,5 21 28 36 50 ­ 68 89 110 134 171 207 239 ­ ­ ­ ­

16,5 23 30 38 52 ­ 69 90 111 133 168 201 232 ­ ­ ­ ­

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19,5 26 34 46 ­ 61 80 99 119 151 182 210 240 273 320 367

18,5 25 32 43 ­ 57 75 92 110 139 167 192 219 248 291 334

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

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Cables for fixed installation within buildings Operating temperature at conductor 708 C; Ambient temperature 308 C

Type designation NYM, NYMZ, NYMT, NYIF, NYIFY NHYRUZY, NYBUY, NYDY N05VV-U, N05VV-R NHXMH, NYY, NYCY 1) Singlecore or multicore cables or single or multicore sheathed cables on a wall NYY

Installation: directly * in open air

*

Multicore cables or Single core cables or single core sheathed cables with a multicore sheathed space of minimum 1 x diameter d to wall cables with a space of with gap d minimum 0,3 x diam- with contact eter d to wall

or

or

direct installation Installation method Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm2 1,5 2,5 4 4 6 10 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 19,5 27 36 ­ 46 63 ­ 85 112 138 168 213 258 299 344 392 461 530 ­ ­ ­ 17,5 24 32 33,02 41 57 59,43 76 96 119 144 184 223 259 299 341 403 464 ­ ­ ­

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installation in open air E F 3 2 3 G

C 2 3

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Current ratings in Ampere (A) 22 30 40 ­ 51 70 ­ 94 119 148 180 232 282 328 379 434 514 593 ­ ­ ­ 18,5 25 34 ­ 43 60 ­ 80 101 126 153 196 238 276 319 364 430 497 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 131 162 196 251 304 352 406 463 546 629 754 868 1005 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 114 143 174 225 275 321 372 427 507 587 689 789 905 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 110 137 167 216 264 308 356 409 485 561 656 749 855 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 146 181 219 281 341 396 456 521 615 709 852 982 1138 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 130 162 197 254 311 362 419 480 569 659 795 920 1070

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

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Cables for fixed installation within buildings A1, A2, B1 and B2 Operating temperature at Conductor 908C; Ambient temperature 308 C

Type designation H07V2-U, -K NHXA, NHXAF H07Z-U, -R, -K NI2XY, N2XY, N2X2Y N2XH, N2XCH NHXHX FE180 NHXCHX FE180 NHXH FE180 NHXCH FE180 NHXHX, NHXCHX Multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes, in a thermally insulated walls H07V2-U, -K NHXA, NHXAF H07Z-U, -R, -K NI2XY, N2XY, N2X2Y N2XH, N2XCH NHXHX FE180 NHXCHX FE180 NHXH FE180 NHXCH FE180 NHXHX, NHXCHX Multicore cables or multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes on a wall

Installation: * in thermally insulated walls * in insulating tubes

Single core cables in insulating tubes, in a thermally insulated walls

Single core cables in insulating tubes on a wall

Installation in thermally insulated walls Installation method

1)

Installation in insulating tubes B1 B2 3 2 3

A1 2 3

A2 2 3

Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300

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2

Current ratings in Ampere (A) 19,0 26 35 45 61 81 106 131 158 200 241 278 318 362 424 486 17,0 23 31 40 54 73 95 117 141 179 216 249 285 324 380 435 18,5 25 33 42 57 76 99 121 145 183 220 253 290 329 386 442 16,5 22 30 38 51 68 89 109 130 164 197 227 259 295 346 396 23 31 42 54 75 100 133 164 198 253 306 354 ­ ­ ­ ­ 20 28 37 48 66 88 117 144 175 222 269 312 ­ ­ ­ ­ 22 30 40 51 69 91 119 146 175 221 265 305 ­ ­ ­ ­ 19,5 26 35 44 60 80 105 128 154 194 233 268 ­ ­ ­ ­

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

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Cables for fixed installation within buildings Operating temperature at conductor 908 C; Ambient temperature 308 C

Type designation NI2XY, N2XY, N2X2Y N2XH, N2XCH 1) NHXH FE180, NHXCH FE180 1) NHXHX FE180, NHXCHX FE180 1) NHXHX, NHXCHX 1) Single core or multicore cables or single or multicore sheathed cables on a wall

or or

NI2XY, N2XY, N2X2Y N2XH NHXH FE180 NHXHX FE180 NHXHX

Installation: directly * in open air

*

Multicore cables or Single core cables or single core sheathed cables with a multicore sheathed space of minimum 1 x diameter d to wall cables with a space of with gap d minimum 0,3 x diam- with contact eter d to wall

direct installation Installation method Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm2 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 24 33 45 58 80 107 138 171 209 269 328 382 441 506 599 693 ­ ­ ­ 22 30 40 52 71 96 119 147 179 229 278 322 371 424 500 576 ­ ­ ­ 26 36 49 63 86 115 149 185 225 289 352 410 473 542 641 741 ­ ­ ­

2)

installation in open air E F 3 2 3 G

C 2 3

2

Current ratings in Ampere (A) 23 32 42 54 75 100 127 158 192 246 298 346 399 456 538 621 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 161 200 242 310 377 437 504 575 679 783 940 1083 1254 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 141 176 216 279 342 400 464 533 634 736 868 998 1151 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 135 169 207 268 328 383 444 510 607 703 823 946 1088 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 182 226 275 353 430 500 577 661 781 902 1085 1253 1454 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 161 201 246 318 389 454 527 605 719 833 1008 1169 1362

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

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Current ratings for cables and insulated wires

up to 1000 V and heat resistant cables Permissible operating temperature at conductor 408 C to 1808 C as per type Ambient temperature 308 C to 1508 C, as per type

Type designation H05V-U, -K H07V-U, -R, -K H07V3-U, -R, -K N05XAFX, N07XAFX NFYW H05RN-F, H07RN-F H05V2-U, H05V2-K H07V2-U, H07V2-K H05Z-U H07Z-U, -R, -K NHXA, NHXAF H05G-U, H05G-K H07G-U, -R, -K N7YA, N7YAF N2GFA, N2GFAF H05S-U, H05S-K H05SJ-K, A05SJ-U, -K H07ZZ-F Installation: in open air * upon or on surface

*

H03RT-F, A03RT-F H05RR-F, A05RR-F, A05RRT-F H05RN-F, A05RN-F H05RNH2-F H07RN-F, A07RN-F H03VH-Y1), H03VH-H H03VV-F, A03VV-F, H03VVH2-F H05VV-F, A05VV-F, H05VVH2-F H03VVH8-F H03VVH2H8-F H05VVH8-F H05VVH2H8-F H07ZZ-F

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¨ NPL, NMHCOU, NYMHYV ¨ ¨ NSHCOU, NGFLGOU, ¨ NSHTOU H05RTD5-F, H05RND5-F H05RTD3-F, H05RND3-F H07RTD5-F, H07RND5-F H07RTD3-F, H07RND3-F H07RN-F, A07RN-F ¨ ¨ NYMH11YO, NGMH11YO H05VVH6-F, H05VVD3H6-F H07VVH6-F, H07VVD3H6-F A07VVH6-F, A07VVD3H6-F NXMHX H05VV5-F, H05VVC4V5-K NYSLY, NYSLYCY NLSY, NLSCY NSY, NSCY NYPLYW, NYFAZW N2GSA, N2GMH2G upon or on surface

JZ-500, -JB, -OZ, -OB JZ-600, -CY, JZ-750 SY-JZ, -JB JZ-602, -CY, -RC, -RC-CY ¨ JZ-HF, -CY, PURo-JZ ¨ ¨ ¨ F-C-PURo-JZ, Yo-C-PURo-JZ ¨ PUR-750, PURo-JZ-HF, -CY MULTIFLEX 512 PUR, C-PUR PUR-ORANGE, -{0,0,100,0} PUR-C-PUR TRONIC ($0,5 mm2) TRONIC-CY ($0,5 mm2) F-CY-JZ, -OZ, Y-CY-JZ THERM 120 JZ-500 HMH, -C BAUFLEX, MULTIFLEX-PLUS Lift-Hoist cable Lift-2S, PVC-Flat, -CY NEO-Flat, -CY TOPSERVâ, TOPFLEX

in open air

Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm 0,5 0,75 1 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500

2

1

2

3

2 or 3

Current ratings in Ampere (A) ­ 15 19 24 32 42 54 73 98 129 158 198 245 292 344 391 448 528 608 726 830 3 6 10 16 25 32 40 63 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 3 6 10 16 20 25 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 9 12 15 18 26 34 44 61 82 108 135 168 207 250 292 335 382 453 523 ­ ­ 9 12 15 18 26 34 44 61 82 108 135 168 207 250 292 335 382 453 523 ­ ­

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

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Special rubber-insulated single core cables, multicore rubber cables and trailing cables

Operating temperature at conductor 908 C (808 C); Ambient temperature 308 C

Type designation ¨ ¨ NSGAOU, NSGAFOU ¨ ¨ NSHXAO, NSHXAFO 1) Nominal voltage Permissible operating temperature at conductor Recommended operating temperature Installation: in open air * upon or on surface

*

¨ ¨ NSGAOU, NSGAFOU ¨ NSGAFCMOU ¨ ¨ NSHXAO, NSHXAFO ¨ NSHXAFCMO 1) 3,6/6 kV

¨ NSSHOU NT...

NT...

0,6/1 kV and 1,8/3 kV 908 C ­

up to 6/10 kV ­ 808 C

^ 6/10 kV

Installation in open air Number of loaded cores Cross-section, mm2 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 30 41 55 70 98 132 176 218 276 347 416 488 566 644 775 898 32 43 56 71 99 133 174 215 270 338 403 473 546 622 ­ ­ 1 1

Installation upon or on surface 3 Current ratings in Ampere (A) ­ 30 41 53 74 99 131 162 202 250 301 352 404 461 540 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 105 139 172 215 265 319 371 428 488 ­ ­ 3

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature, grouping, installation under the ceiling, multicore cables and insulated wires ­ see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

­ when a bunched installation with single cores or multi-cored cables are used on floor the conversion factors for the rating values should be considered ­ see table page T 31 factor 0,76 for one-phase a.c. and direct current circuits or factor 0,67 for three-phase circuits, is to be multiplied. ­ when a bunched installation with single cores or multi-cored cables are used in open air, or cable trays, the conversion factors for the rating values should be considered ­ see table in page T 33 factor 0,8 for one-phase a.c. and direct current circuits or factor 0,7 for three-phase circuits, is to be multiplied. ­ when a bunched installation with single cores or multi-cored cables are used in insulating tubes or conduits, the conversion factors for the rating values should be considered ­ see table page T 31 factor 0,61 for one-phase a.c. and direct current circuits or factor 0,54 for three-phase circuits, is to be multiplied.

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The indicated values stated in the following table considered as guiding values in an abbreviate form, extracted from DIN VDE 0298 part 4 and DIN VDE 0100 part 430. In critical situation the DIN VDE recommendations should be considered. For industrial machines the DIN VDE 0113, part 1 (EN 60 204 part 1/IEC 204-1) is valid; for telephone and information systems DIN VDE 0891 part 1; for telephone aerial cables DIN VDE 0891 part 8 and for flat cables DIN VDE 0891 part 10. General terms and recommendated values are contained in DIN VDE 0298 part 2 and part 4. Power rating values for 1,5 ­ 120 mm2 (group 3 up to 35 mm2) according to DIN VDE 0100 part 430 at an ambient temperature up to 308C Nominal crosssection mm2 0,05 0,14 0,25 0,34 0,5 0,75 1 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 group 1 power rating A 1 2 4 6 9 12 15 18 26 34 44 61 82 108 135 168 207 250 292 335 382 ­ ­ ­ protective fuse A ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 10 16 25 25 35 50 80 100 125 160 200 250 250 315 355 ­ ­ ­ group 2 power rating A 1 2 4,5 6 9 12 15 18 26 34 44 61 82 108 135 168 207 250 292 335 382 453 523 ­ protective fuse A ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 10 10 16 25 25 35 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 315 355 425 500 ­ group 3 power rating A 2 3,5 6 9 12 15 19 24 32 42 54 73 98 129 158 198 245 292 344 391 448 528 608 726

Current ratings (general)

protective fuse A ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 10 16 20 25 35 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 315 355 400 500 600 630

group 1 One or more single core cables and insulated wires laid in duct i. e. PVCsheathed single cores H 03V. ./H 05V. ./H 07V. . according to VDE 0281. group 2 Multi core cables, i. e. light PVC-sheathed cables, flexible cables, metal-clad wiring cables in open or ventilated conduits.

group 3 Single core cables, laid open in air with a spacing at least equal to cable diameter, such as single core wirings for switch- and distribution cabinets and rail line distributors.

Conversion factors*) for deviating ambient temperatures: Ambient temperature over 308C

Conversion factors, applied to the above current ratings table Ambient temperature 8C over 30 to 35 over 35 to 40 over 40 to 45 over 45 to 50 over 50 to 55 over 55 to 60 over 60 to 65 Rubber insulation Permissible operating temp. at conductor Conversion factors up to 608 C 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41 ­ ­ PVC insulation Permissible operating temp. at conductor Conversion factors up to 708 C 0,94 0,87 0,79 0,71 0,61 0,50 0,35

Ambient temperature over 508C (heat-resistance)

Conversion factors, applied to the above current ratings table Permissible operating temperature at conductor Conversion factors up to 908 C over 50 to 55 over 55 to 60 over 60 to 65 over 65 to 70 over 70 to 75 over 75 to 80 over 80 to 85 over 85 to 90 0,94 0,87 0,79 0,71 0,61 0,50 0,35 ­ Permissible operating temperature at conductor Conversion factors up to 1108C over 50 to 55 over 55 to 60 over 60 to 65 over 65 to 70 over 70 to 75 over 75 to 80 over 80 to 85 over 85 to 90 over 90 to 95 over 95 to 100 over 100 to 105 over 105 to 110 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41 ­

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For permanent operation to the ambient temperature of 308 C. Conversion factors for the deviating site operation conditions ­ see tables below. Sufficiently large or ventilated rooms in which the ambient temperature is not noticeably increased by the heat losses from the cables. Protection should be taken from the solar radiation etc.

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in open air Conversion factors for grouping Cross-section, mm2 0,25 0,33 0,50 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 13 17 19 24 31 39 51 68 88 121 160 211 261 320 411 502 587 680 781 931 ­

on face without inter-contact to table 1

on surface with inter-contact to table 2

in tubes, conduites, cabinets to table 3

Current ratings in Ampere (A) up to 308 C ambient temperature 12 15 18 23 30 36 48 65 84 116 152 200 248 304 391 476 558 646 743 884 9 11 12 17 20 25 33 45 58 80 106 140 172 211 272 331 387 449 516 614 7 9 10 13 17 20 26 36 46 64 85 111 138 169 217 265 310 359 413 492

Conversion factors for grouping

Number of single core cables for 2-phase or 3-phase systems Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Factor Factor Factor 1 1,00 1,00 1,00 2 0,94 0,85 0,80 3 0,90 0,79 0,70 4 0,90 0,75 0,65 5 0,90 0,73 0,60 6 0,90 0,72 0,57 7 0,90 0,72 0,54 8 0,90 0,71 0,52 9 0,90 0,70 0,50 10 0,90 ­ 0,48 12 0,90 ­ 0,45

Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperatures

Temperature in 8 C Factor 50 1,00 60 1,00 70 1,00 80 1,00 90 1,00 95 1,00 100 0,94 105 0,87 110 0,79 115 0,71 120 0,61 125 0,50 130 0,35

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The indicated values stated in the following table are considered as guiding values. These are to be selected each particularly for the individual application. Heat-resistance at an ambient temperature up to 1508 C

Group 1 Nominalcrosssection 0,25 0,5 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 current-carrying capacity A 2,8 6 9 12 16 21 28 36 49 65 85 105 140 175 210 250 ­ ­ ­ ­ protective fuse A ­ ­ 6 10 16 20 25 35 50 63 83 100 125 160 200 250 ­ ­ ­ ­ Group 2 current-carrying capacity A ­ 7 12 15 18 26 34 44 61 82 108 135 168 207 250 292 335 382 453 523 protective fuse A ­ ­ 6 10 16 25 35 50 63 80 100 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ Group 3 current-carrying capacity A 5 10 15 19 24 32 42 54 73 98 129 158 198 245 292 344 391 448 528 608 protective fuse A ­ ­ 10 20 25 35 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 300 335 ­ ­ ­ ­

Group 1: One or more single core cables laid in duct. Group 2: Multicore cables, flexible cables laid in open or ventilated conduits. Group 3: Single core cables laid in open air with a spacing at least equal to cable diameter. Power ratings for ambient temperature over 1508 C The following conversion factors are valid:

Temperature 8C up to 150 over 150 to 155 over 155 to 160 over 160 to 165 over 165 to 170 over 170 to 175 current-carrying capacity values in % 100 91 82 71 58 41

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Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A), laying in ground (208 C) Nominal Crosssection mm

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Copper conductor NYY

1)

Aluminium conductor NYCWY NAYY

1)

NAYCWY

1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 800 1000

1)

30 39 50 62 83 107 138 164 195 238 286 325 365 413 479 541 614 693 777 859 936

27 36 47 59 79 102 133 159 188 232 280 318 359 406 473 535 613 687 ­ ­ ­

41 55 71 90 124 160 208 250 296 365 438 501 563 639 746 848 975 1125 1304 1507 1715

31 40 51 63 84 108 139 166 196 238 281 315 347 385 432 473 521 574 636 ­ ­

27 36 47 59 79 102 133 160 190 234 280 319 357 402 463 518 579 624 ­ ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 106 127 151 185 222 253 284 322 375 425 487 558 635 716 796

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 102 123 144 179 215 245 275 313 364 419 484 553 ­ ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 160 193 230 283 340 389 436 496 578 656 756 873 1011 1166 1332

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 108 129 153 187 223 252 280 314 358 397 441 489 539 ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 103 123 145 180 216 246 276 313 362 415 474 528 ­ ­ ­

Rated current for direct current systems with a far-distanced return conductor

Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A), laying in air (308 C) Nominal Crosssection mm

2

Copper conductor NYY

1)

Aluminium conductor NYCWY NAYY

1)

1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 800 1000

1)

21 28 37 47 64 84 114 139 169 213 264 307 352 406 483 557 646 747 858 971 1078

19,5 25 34 43 59 79 106 129 157 199 246 285 326 374 445 511 597 669 ­ ­ ­

27 35 47 59 81 107 144 176 214 270 334 389 446 516 618 717 843 994 1180 1396 1620

22 29 39 49 67 89 119 146 177 221 270 310 350 399 462 519 583 657 744 ­ ­

19,5 26 34 44 60 80 108 132 160 202 249 289 329 377 443 504 577 626 ­ ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 87 107 131 166 205 239 273 317 378 437 513 600 701 809 916

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 82 100 119 152 186 216 246 285 338 400 472 539 ­ ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 110 135 166 210 259 302 345 401 479 555 653 772 915 1080 1258

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­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 91 112 137 173 212 247 280 321 374 426 488 556 628 ­ ­

­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 83 101 121 155 189 220 249 287 339 401 468 524 ­ ­ ­

Rated current for direct current systems with a far-distanced return conductor

Conversion factors for multicore cable (^5 cores) The conversion factors are to be used for laying the cables in ground or in air, to the values given in above tables. Number of laying laying loaded cores in ground in air n f f 5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61

Note: valid for cross-section 1,5 to 10 mm2

0,70 0,60 0,50 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30 0,25

0,75 0,65 0,55 0,50 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30

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The guidelines for current carrying capacities of copper and aluminium are valid DIN VDE 0265 and 0276 part 1000. The current carrying capacity of a cable should be limited in such a degree that at all locations in a cable system which causes the generated heats under given proportions to lead safely in the environment. The heat flow depends on the inner heat-resistance between conductor and outer surface of the cable and as well as from the heat emission to the surroundings. For cables laid in earth, the assumption for the calculation are chosen in a way that the given values for current loading at normal operation can be used in most of the cases without conversion. For single cables laid directly in earth at EVU-Loading and a specific earth heat-resistance of 100 K ? cm/W, mostly of the soil conditions are to be taken into consideration.

Calculation basis

EVU-load (current loading grade) Specific earth heatresistance Specific heat-resistance of the insulation and sheath Bedding depth in earth Earth temperature Ambient temperature in the air 0,7 (1,0 for air) 100 K ? cm/W 600 K ? cm/W 0,7 m 208 C 308 C

Current loading for multicore cables (5 cores and more)

The current loading of each core for cables with a conductor cross-section of 1,5 to 10 mm2, depends on the number of cores and the number of loaded cores respectively and is calculated by means of the following conversion factors. The conversion factors according to the number of loaded cores are to be multiplied with the loading values of the above table.

Number of loading conductors Conversion factors for the value to 1,5 to 10 mm2 of the above table Earth 5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61 0,70 0,60 0,50 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30 0,25 Air 0,75 0,65 0,55 0,50 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30

Current carrying capacity of 3-, 4- and multicore (5 cores and more) cables at ambient temperature of 208 C in earth, 308 C for the air. Current carrying capacity in ampere (A):

crosssection mm2 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 3- and 4-core cable Earth A 28 37 48 60 80 103 134 162 192 235 283 323 363 412 478 542 615 Air A 18,5 27 36 45 62 81 110 134 163 205 253 294 334 386 457 529 610 5- to 61-core cable Earth A Air A

Number of loading cores and the conversion factors from 1,5 to 6 mm2 see the following table

Note During the installation in earth or in the air, for the operation and the laying performance occur any deviations or unfavourable relations (e. g. bundling of cables, in the wall, under plaster, on the wall or on trays, on cable troughs or on cable racks), the specified conversion factors to DIN VDE 0276 part 1000 table 12 and 13 must be taken into consideration.

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for grouping on the wall, on the floor, in insulation tubes or in conduit and under the ceiling

Number of multicore cables or number of a.c. or 3-phase circuits of single core cables Installation method One layer under the ceiling with contact 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20

Conversion factors 0,95 0,81 0,72 0,68 0,66 0,64 0,63 0,62 0,61 0,61 0,61 0,61 0,61 0,61 0,61

One layer under the ceiling, with a space equal 0,95 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 0,85 to the outer diameter d

One layer on the wall or on the floor with a space equal to the outer diameter d

1,00 0,94 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90 0,90

One layer on the wall or on the floor with contact

1,00 0,85 0,79 0,75 0,73 0,72 0,72 0,71 0,70 0,70 0,70 0,70 0,70 0,70 0,70

Bunched directly on the wall, on the floor, in insulating tubes or trunking or in the wall

1,00 0,80 0,70 0,65 0,60 0,57 0,54 0,52 0,50 0,48 0,45 0,43 0,41 0,39 0,38

* Symbol for one single core or one multicore cable

Notes: ­ when these factors are to be applied for the calculation of power ratings, the same type of cables and with equal loaded cores in the same installation method shall correspond. At the same time the cross-section are permitted to differ maximum one grade of cross-section. ­ If the actual horizontal-space between the adjacent cables is more than double of the outer diameter, no reduction factor is necessary. ­ The same reduction factors are to be applied for grouping of two or three-core or multicore cables. For a system consisting of two or as well as three-core cables, firstly the total number of cables will be assumed as the number of circuits. For that the applicable factor is to be used either in the tables for two-cores loaded cables or the tables for three-cores loaded cables. If the grouping of single core cables consist of n loaded single core cables, the rating factor shall be determinated for n/2 or n/3 circuits and applied to the current carrying capacity of two or three loaded cores.

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Current ratings ­ Conversion factors

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Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature

608 C 708 C 808 C 858 C 908 C

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Conversion temperature for heat-resistant cables

908 C 1108 C 1358 C 1808 C

Permissible 408 C operating temperature Ambient temperature 8 C 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85

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Permissible 808 C operating temperature Ambient temperature 8 C

Conversion factors, used to the current ratings data in tables of the following pages 1,73 1,58 1,41 1,22 1,00 0,71 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,29 1,22 1,15 1,08 1,00 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,22 1,17 1,12 1,06 1,00 0,94 0,87 0,79 0,71 0,61 0,50 0,35 ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,18 1,14 1,10 1,05 1,00 0,95 0,89 0,84 0,77 0,71 0,63 0,55 0,45 0,32 ­ ­ 1,17 1,13 1,09 1,04 1,00 0,95 0,90 0,85 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,15 1,12 1,08 1,04 1,00 0,96 0,91 0,87 0,82 0,76 0,71 0,65 0,58 0,50 0,41 0,29

Conversion factors, used to the current ratings data for heat-resistant cables in the tables of the following pages 1,00 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,00 0,94 0,87 0,79 0,71 0,61 0,50 0,35 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­

bis 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130

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1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,94 0,87 0,79 0,71 0,61 0,50 0,35 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,91 0,82 0,71 0,58 0,41

Conversion factors for multicore cables with cross-section up to 10 mm2

Conversion factors 0,75 0,65 0,55 0,50 0,45 0,40 0,35 0,30

135 140 145

Number of loaded cores 5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61

*

150 155 160 165 170 175

Conversion factors for reeled cables

1 2 3 4 5 0,80 0,61 0,49 0,42 0,38

Number of layers on drums Conversion factors

Note: For spiral-reeling the conversion factor 0,80.

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Current ratings ­ Conversion factors

for grouping of single core cables or cables on troughs and trays

Number of three-phase systems with single core cables Installation method Perforated cable troughs with contact Three-cores cable in horizontal-surface arrangement 1 2 3 with contact Three-cores cable vertical-surface arrangement 1 0,98 0,96 0,95 0,96 0,91 0,87 0,81 0,78 ­ Used as multiplier for the ratings value for Number of troughs or trays 1 2 3 Conversion factors

R

0,87 0,85 0,86 2 0,95 0,84

­

Cable trays

with contact

Three-cores cable in horizontale-surface arrangement

1 2 3

1,00 0,98 0,97 1,00 0,97 0,96 1,00

0,97 0,93 0,90 0,98 0,93 0,92 0,91

0,96 0,89 0,86 0,96 0,89 0,86 0,89

Perforated cable troughs

1 2 3 1 Three-core cables in vertical-surface triangle arrangement 2

1,00

0,90

0,86

Cable trays 1 2 3 1,00 0,97 0,96 1,00 0,95 0,94 1,00 0,93 0,90

Note: The conversion factors are used only for cables of one layer grouping arrangement. These are not valied when the cables are installed with contact one upon another or the given sprees between the cable toughs or cable trays are not followed. In such cases the conversion factors can be reduced. To parallel current circuits each group of three conductors of the parallel circuit is regarded as single circuit.

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Current ratings ­ Conversion factors

for grouping of multicore cables or cables on troughs and trays

Number of multicore cables Installation method Non-perforated cable with contact troughs Number of troughs or trays 1 2 3 6 Perforated cable troughs with contact 1 2 3 6 with space 1 2 3 with contact 1 1,00 0,88 0,82 0,78 0,73 0,72 1 2 3 4 6 9 Conversion factors

0,97 0,97 0,97 0,97 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

0,84 0,83 0,82 0,81 0,88 0,87 0,86 0,84 1,00 0,99 0,98

0,78 0,76 0,75 0,73 0,82 0,80 0,79 0,77 0,98 0,96 0,95

0,75 0,72 0,71 0,69 0,79 0,77 0,76 0,73 0,95 0,92 0,91

0,71 0,68

0,68 0,63 0,61 0,58 0,73 0,68 0,66 0,64 ­ ­ ­

R

0,66 0,63 0,76 0,73 0,71 0,68 0,91 0,87 0,85 2 with space 1 1,00 0,91 0,89 0,88 0,87 ­ 1,00 0,88 0,81 0,76 0,71

0,70

2 Cable trays with contact

1,00

0,91

0,88

0,87

0,85

­

1 2 3 6

1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00

0,87 0,86 0,85 0,83 1,00 0,99 0,98

0,82 0,81 0,79 0,76 1,00 0,98 0,97

0,80 0,78 0,76 0,73 1,00 0,97 0,96

0,79 0,76 0,73 0,69 1,00 0,96 0,93

0,78 0,73 0,70 0,66 ­ ­ ­

with space

1 2 3

Note: The conversion factor are used for cables of one layer grouping arrangement. These are not valid when the cables are installed with contact one upon another or the given spaces between the cable troughs or cable trays can not meet. In such cases the conversion factor can be reduced.

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Power ratings for XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables 6/10 kV, 12/20 kV, 18/30 kV

N2XSY NA2XSY N2XS2Y NA2XS2Y N2XS(F)2Y NA2XS(F)2Y

Current carrying capacity* in Amperes (A) in ground (208 C)

Conductor material Copper conductor Arrangement U0/U cross section mm 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500

*

Aluminium conductor

6/10 kV

2

12/20 kV

18/30 kV

6/10 kV

12/20 kV

R

18/30 kV ­ ­ 195 237 282 319 352 396 455 510 564 634 ­ ­ 174 213 254 289 322 364 422 476 541 616

Current ratings in Ampere (A) 157 187 220 268 320 363 405 456 526 591 662 744 179 212 249 302 359 405 442 493 563 626 675 748 ­ 189 222 271 323 367 409 461 532 599 671 754 ­ 213 250 303 360 407 445 498 568 633 685 760 ­ ­ 225 274 327 371 414 466 539 606 680 765 ­ ­ 251 304 362 409 449 502 574 640 695 773 ­ 145 171 208 248 283 315 357 413 466 529 602 ­ 165 194 236 281 318 350 394 452 506 558 627 ­ ­ 172 210 251 285 319 361 417 471 535 609 ­ ­ 195 238 283 321 354 399 458 514 570 642

This factors are also valid for longitudinally water-tight cable

Current carrying capacity* in Amperes (A) in air (308 C)

Conductor material Copper conductor Arrangement U0/U cross section mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500

*

Aluminium conductor

6/10 kV 163 197 236 294 358 413 468 535 631 722 827 949 194 235 282 350 426 491 549 625 731 831 920 1043

12/20 kV ­ 200 239 297 361 416 470 538 634 724 829 953 ­ 235 282 351 426 491 549 625 731 830 923 1045

18/30 kV ­ ­ 241 299 363 418 472 539 635 725 831 953 ­ ­ 282 350 425 488 548 624 728 828 922 1045 ­ 153 183 228 278 321 364 418 494 568 660 767

6/10 kV ­ 182 219 273 333 384 432 496 583 666 755 868

12/20 kV ­ ­ 185 231 280 323 366 420 496 569 660 766 ­ ­ 219 273 332 384 432 494 581 663 753 866

18/30 kV ­ ­ 187 232 282 325 367 421 496 568 650 764 ­ ­ 219 273 331 382 429 492 578 659 750 861

Current ratings in Ampere (A)

This factors are also valid for longitudinally water-tight cable

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Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Conductor resistance 208 C

maximum value cross-section mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Cu-conductor Ohm/km 0,727 0,524 0,387 0,268 0,193 0,153 0,124 0,0991 0,0754 0,0601 0,0470 0,0366 Alu-conductor Ohm/km 1,20 0,868 0,641 0,443 0,320 0,253 0,206 0,164 0,125 0,100 0,0778 0,0605

Conversion factors for the conductor temperatures

Temperature at 8 C Cu-conductor Alu-conductor 60 1,157 1,161 65 1,177 1,181 70 1,196 1,202 80 1,236 1,242 90 1,275 1,282

Conversion formula:

Rd = R20 ? Rd = R20 ?

234;5 þ d for Cu-conductor 254;5 228 þ d for Alu-conductor 248

=d Conductor temperature at 8 C Conductor resistance at d 8 C in Ohm/km = Rd Conductor resistance at 20 8 C in Ohm/km = R20

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Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Effective resistance at 50 Hz (Alternating-current resistance)

Copper conductor

Nominal voltage Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 0,671 0,497 0,345 0,249 0,198 0,163 0,132 0,102 0,082 0,068 0,055 0,673 0,498 0,346 0,251 0,200 0,165 0,134 0,104 0,085 0,071 0,058 0,671 0,496 0,345 0,249 0,198 0,163 0,131 0,101 0,082 0,067 0,055 0,672 0,498 0,346 0,250 0,200 0,165 0,133 0,103 0,084 0,070 0,058 ­ 0,496 0,344 0,249 0,198 0,162 0,131 0,101 0,082 0,067 0,054 6/10 kV 12/20 kV Ohm/km 18/30 kV

R

­ 0,497 0,346 0,250 0,199 0,164 0,133 0,103 0,084 0,069 0,057

Aluminium conductor

Nominal voltage Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 1,12 0,825 0,571 0,413 0,327 0,269 0,215 0,165 0,133 0,106 0,085 1,12 0,826 0,572 0,415 0,329 0,271 0,217 0,167 0,135 0,109 0,088 1,12 0,825 0,571 0,413 0,327 0,268 0,215 0,165 0,133 0,106 0,084 1,12 0,826 0,572 0,414 0,329 0,270 0,217 0,167 0,135 0,109 0,087 ­ 0,824 0,571 0,413 0,327 0,268 0,214 0,164 0,133 0,106 0,084 ­ 0,826 0,572 0,414 0,328 0,270 0,216 0,166 0,135 0,108 0,087 6/10 kV 12/20 kV Ohm/km 18/30 kV

Inductive resistance at 50 Hz

Nominal voltage Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 0,144 0,136 0,129 0,123 0,118 0,114 0,110 0,105 0,102 0,097 0,094 0,158 0,150 0,143 0,137 0,132 0,128 0,124 0,120 0,116 0,111 0,108 0,153 0,145 0,138 0,131 0,126 0,121 0,117 0,112 0,108 0,103 0,100 0,168 0,159 9,152 0,145 0,140 0,135 0,131 0,126 0,123 0,117 0,114 ­ 0,154 0,147 0,139 0,134 0,129 0,125 0,120 0,115 0,110 0,106 ­ 0,169 0,161 0,154 0,148 0,143 0,139 0,134 0,130 0,124 0,120 6/10 kV 12/20 kV Ohm/km 18/30 kV

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Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Mutual capacitance

Nominal voltage Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 18/30 kV

mF/km 0,22 0,25 0,28 0,31 0,34 0,37 0,40 0,44 0,48 0,55 0,60

mF/km 0,16 0,18 0,20 0,22 0,23 0,25 0,27 0,30 0,32 0,36 0,40

mF/km

R

mH/km ­ 0,48 0,45 0,43 0,42 0,41 0,39 0,37 0,36 0,34 0,33

­ 0,14 0,15 0,17 0,18 0,19 0,20 0,22 0,24 0,27 0,29

Inductance

Nominal voltage 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 18/30 kV

Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500

mH/km 0,45 0,42 0,39 0,38 0,36 0,35 0,34 0,32 0,31 0,30 0,29

mH/km 0,76 0,73 0,70 0,67 0,65 0,63 0,61 0,59 0,57 0,55 0,53

mH/km 0,48 0,45 0,43 0,41 0,39 0,38 0,36 0,35 0,33 0,33 0,31

mH/km 0,76 0,74 0,70 0,68 0,65 0,63 0,62 0,59 0,58 0,55 0,53

mH/km ­ 0,75 0,71 0,68 0,66 0,64 0,63 0,60 0,59 0,56 0,54

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Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Short-circuit current carrying capacity up to 30 kV

Conductor temperature Short-circuit temperature : 908 C : 2508 C

Cable with Cu-conductors

crosssection mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 11,3 15,8 22,6 31,7 43,0 54,3 67,8 83,7 108,5 135,7 180,9 226,1 8,0 11,2 16,0 22,4 30,4 38,4 48,0 59,2 76,7 95,9 127,9 159,9 6,5 9,1 13,1 18,3 24,8 31,3 39,2 48,3 62,7 78,3 104,4 130,5 5,7 7,9 11,3 15,8 21,5 27,1 33,9 41,8 54,3 67,8 90,4 113,1 5,1 7,1 10,1 14,2 19,2 24,3 30,3 37,4 48,5 60,7 80,9 101,1 4,6 6,5 9,2 12,9 17,5 22,2 27,7 34,2 44,3 55,4 73,8 92,3 short-circuit time in s (seconds) 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0

permissible short-circuit in kA 4,3 6,0 8,5 12,0 16,2 20,5 25,6 31,6 41,0 51,3 68,4 85,5 4,0 5,6 8,0 11,2 15,2 19,2 24,0 29,6 38,4 48,0 64,0 79,9 3,8 5,3 7,5 10,6 14,3 18,1 22,6 27,9 36,2 45,2 60,3 75,4 3,6 5,0 7,2 10,0 13,6 17,2 21,5 26,5 34,3 42,9 57,2 71,5 2,9 4,1 5,8 8,2 11,1 14,0 17,5 21,6 28,0 35,0 46,7 58,4 2,5 3,5 5,1 7,1 9,6 12,1 15,2 18,7 24,3 30,3 40,4 50,6 2,1 2,9 4,1 5,8 7,8 9,9 12,4 15,3 19,8 24,8 33,0 41,3 1,8 2,5 3,6 5,0 6,8 8,6 10,7 13,2 17,2 21,5 28,6 35,8 1,6 2,2 3,2 4,5 6,1 7,7 9,6 11,8 15,3 19,2 25,6 32,0

Cable with Alu-conductors

crosssection mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 7,4 10,4 14,9 20,8 28,2 35,7 44,6 55,0 71,3 89,2 118,9 148,6 5,3 7,4 10,5 14,7 20,0 25,2 31,5 38,9 50,4 63,1 84,1 105,1 4,3 6,0 8,6 12,0 16,3 20,6 25,7 31,7 41,2 51,5 68,6 85,8 3,7 5,2 7,4 10,4 14,1 17,8 22,3 27,5 35,7 44,6 59,5 74,3 3,3 4,7 6,6 9,3 12,6 16,0 19,9 24,6 31,9 39,9 53,2 66,5 3,0 4,2 6,1 8,5 11,5 14,6 18,2 22,5 29,1 36,4 48,5 60,7 short-circuit time in s (seconds) 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0

permissible short-circuit in kA 2,8 3,9 5,6 7,9 10,7 13,5 16,9 20,8 27,0 33,7 44,9 56,2 2,6 3,7 5,3 7,4 10,0 12,6 15,8 19,4 25,2 31,5 42,0 52,5 2,5 3,5 5,0 6,9 9,4 11,9 14,9 18,3 23,8 29,7 39,6 49,5 2,4 3,3 4,7 6,6 8,9 11,3 14,1 17,4 22,6 28,2 37,6 47,0 1,9 2,7 3,8 5,4 7,3 9,2 11,5 14,2 18,4 23,0 30,7 38,4 1,7 2,3 3,3 4,7 6,3 8,0 10,0 12,3 16,0 19,9 26,6 33,2 1,4 1,9 2,7 3,8 5,2 6,5 8,1 10,0 13,0 16,3 21,7 27,1 1,2 1,6 2,4 3,3 4,5 5,6 7,1 8,7 11,3 14,1 18,8 23,5 1,1 1,5 2,1 2,9 4,0 5,0 6,3 7,8 10,1 12,6 16,8 21,0

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Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Short-circuit to ground

Nominal voltage cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 18/30 kV

A/km 1,2 1,4 1,5 1,7 1,9 2,0 2,2 2,4 2,6 3,0 3,3

A/km 1,7 1,9 2,1 2,4 2,6 2,7 3,0 3,3 3,5 4,0 4,3

A/km

R

­ 2,3 2,5 2,7 2,9 3,1 3,3 3,7 4,0 4,4 4,8

Short-circuit current carrying capacity of copper screens Short-circuit temperature: 3508 C

short-circuit time in seconds bei 16 mm2 s 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 kA 9,7 6,9 5,7 5,0 4,5 4,2 3,9 3,5 3,4 3,3 2,7 2,3 1,9 1,7 1,5 load of short-circuit current in kA 25 mm2 kA 15,1 10,7 8,9 7,7 7,0 6,4 6,0 5,6 5,3 5,1 4,2 3,6 2,9 2,6 2,3 35 mm2 kA 21,2 15,1 12,5 10,9 9,8 9,0 8,4 7,9 7,5 7,2 5,9 5,1 4,2 3,6 3,2

Coordination of screen-cross-section

conductor cross-section mm2 35 bis 120 150 bis 300 400 und 500 screen-cross-section mm2 16 25 35

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Rating conversion factors for installation of Medium Voltage Cables, 6 ­ 30 kV

Rating conversion factors for laying in air*) Single core cables in 3-phase systems

Arrangement of cables in laying condition For laying on plain surface Number of cables Space = cable 1 d troughs Distance from wall ^2 cm or trays on top of each other Installation method For installation in grouping Space = 2 x cable 1 d Distance from wall ^ 2 cm

1

2

3

Installation method

1

R

Number of systems

Number of systems 2 3

on the ground ­ 0,92 0,89 0,88 0,98 0,96 0,94

on nonperforated cable troughs (restricted air circulation)

1 2 3 6

0,92 0,87 0,84 0,82

0,89 0,84 0,82 0,80

0,88 0,83 0,81 0,79

0,98 0,95 0,94 0,93

0,96 0,91 0,90 0,88

0,94 0,87 0,85 0,82

on perforated cable troughs

1 2 3 6

1,00 0,97 0,96 0,94

0,93 0,89 0,88 0,85

0,90 0,85 0,82 0,80

1,00 0,97 0,96 0,95

0,98 0,93 0,92 0,90

0,96 0,89 0,85 0,83

on cable trays or on cable ladders (unrestricted air circulation)

1 2 3 6

1,00 0,97 0,96 0,94

0,97 0,94 0,93 0,91

0,96 0,93 0,92 0,90

1,00 0,97 0,96 0,95

1,00 0,95 0,94 0,93

1,00 0,93 0,90 0,87

on platform or on the wall

1 2

0,94 0,94

0,91 0,90

0,89 0,86

1,00 1,00

0,91 0,90

0,89 0,86

Arrangements, for which a reduction not necessary1)

For the installation on plain surface with greater distance, the muntual heating is lower, for this occur the additional sheath or screen-losses. Because of that no particulars can be made for reduction-free arrangements.

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* Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature

Temperature 8C XLPE-cable PVC-cable

1)

10 1,15 1,22

15 1,12 1,17

20 1,08 1,12

25 1,04 1,06

30 1,0 1,0

35 0,96 0,94

40 0,91 0,87

45 0,87 0,79

50 0,82 0,71

In narrow rooms or for bigger grouping, the air temperature is increased due to energy losses of cable, so the additional conversion factors for deviating air-temperatures are to be taken in the given table.

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Rating conversion factors for installation of Medium Voltage Cables 6­30 kV

Rating conversion factors for laying in air*) Multicore cable and single core direct current cable

Arrangement of cables in laying condition Number of cables troughs or trays Without inter-contact Space = cable 1 d Distance from wall ^2 cm Number of cables Installation method on the ground 1 0,97 0,96 0,94 0,93 0,90 0,97 0,85 0,78 0,75 0,71 0,68 1 2 3 4 6 Installation method With inter-contact contact with wall Number of cables 1 2

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3

4

6

9

on nonperforated cable troughs (restricted air circulation) on perforated cable troughs

1 2 3 6 1 2 3 6

0,97 0,96 0,94 0,93 0,90 0,97 0,95 0,92 0,90 0,86 0,97 0,94 0,91 0,89 0,84 0,97 0,93 0,90 0,88 0,83 1,00 1,00 0,98 0,95 0,91 1,00 0,99 0,96 0,92 0,87 1,00 0,98 0,95 0,91 0,85 1,00 0,97 0,94 0,90 0,84 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,99 0,98 0,97 0,96 1,00 0,94 0,97 0,96 0,93 1,00 0,97 0,96 0,94 0,91

0,97 0,85 0,78 0,75 0,71 0,68 0,97 0,84 0,76 0,73 0,68 0,63 0,97 0,83 0,75 0,72 0,66 0,61 0,97 0,81 0,73 0,69 0,63 0,58 1,00 0,88 0,82 0,79 0,76 0,73 1,00 0,87 0,80 0,77 0,73 0,68 1,00 0,86 0,79 0,76 0,71 0,66 1,00 0,84 0,77 0,73 0,68 0,64 1,00 0,87 0,82 0,80 0,79 0,78 1,00 0,86 0,80 0,78 0,76 0,73 1,00 0,85 0,79 0,76 0,73 0,70 1,00 0,83 0,76 0,73 0,69 0,66

on cable trays or on cable ladders (unrestricted air circulation)

1 2 3 6

on platform 1 or on wall or 2 on perforated cable tray laid on platform or on the wall

1,00 0,91 0,89 0,88 0,87 1,00 0,91 0,88 0,87 0,85

1,00 0,88 0,82 0,78 0,73 0,72 1,00 0,88 0,81 0,76 0,71 0,70

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­­­­­­

0,95 0,78 0,73 0,72 0,68 0,66

Arrangements, for which a reduction not necessary1)

Number of cable arranged one over another is optional

Number of cable arranged side-by-side is optional

Note Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature ­ see page T 32

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In narrow rooms or for bigger grouping, the air temperature is increased due to energy losses of cable, so the additional conversion factors for deviating air-temperatures are to be taken in the given table.

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Conversion factor for Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6­30 kV

Load rating for cables laid in ground Load factor 0,7 and 1,0

Fundamental conditions* Ground temperature 208 C Thermal resistivity 1,0 K ? m/W Distance between cables or systems 7 cm Single core cables laid in trefoil touching arrangement Load factor 0,7

Type of insulation PVC Cable design Multicore cables Three-core cables Single core cables Single core cables Multicore cables Single core cables 0,6/1 0,6/1 0,6/1 0,6/1 Nominal voltage bis bis bis bis bis bis 3,6/6 kV 6/10 kV 3,6/6 kV 6/10 kV 18/30 kV 18/30 kV 2 0,86 0,87 0,85 0,83 0,85 0,85 Number of cables or systems 4 6 8 0,71 0,71 0,70 0,66 0,70 0,70 0,64 0,63 0,63 0,57 0,63 0,63 0,60 0,59 0,59 0,53 0,59 0,58 10 0,57 0,54 0,56 0,49 0,56 0,56

VPE

Load factor 1,0

Type of insulation PVC Cabledesign Mehradrige Kabel Dreiadrige Kabel Einadrige Kabel Einadrige Kabel Mehradrige Kabel Einadrige Kabel 0,6/1 0,6/1 0,6/1 0,6/1 Nominalvoltage bis bis bis bis bis bis 3,6/6 kV 6/10 kV 3,6/6 kV 6/10 kV 18/30 kV 18/30 kV 1 0,81 0,82 0,79 0,78 0,83 0,81 Number of cables or systems 2 4 6 8 0,66 0,67 0,65 0,62 0,67 0,66 0,52 0,51 0,51 0,47 0,53 0,52 0,46 0,45 0,46 0,40 0,47 0,47 0,43 0,41 0,42 0,36 0,44 0,43 10 0,40 0,37 0,40 0,33 0,41 0,41

VPE

Build-up of systems:

*

for single core cables

*

for multicore cables

* Conversion factors for multicore cables (^ 5 cores), Conductor cross-section ^ from 1,5 to 10 mm2

Number of loaded cores Conversion factors for the values of 1,5 to 10 mm2 to the belonging table

Earth 5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61 0,7 0,6 0,5 0,45 0,4 0,35 0,3 0,25 Air 0,75 0,65 0,55 0,5 0,45 0,4 0,35 0,3

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* For other conditions e. g. ground temperature, grouping, load factor, thermal resistance, the rating factors should be calculated according to DIN VDE 0276 part 1000.

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Colour code according to DIN VDE 02931) (old)

Multicore flexible cables

Number of cores 2 3 4 5 6 and more

Cores with green-yellow protective conductor ­ green-yellow/brown/blue green-yellow/black/blue/brown green-yellow/black/blue/brown/black green-yellow/others black with white numbering (­J)

Cores without green-yellow protective conductor

brown/blue black/blue/brown black/blue/brown/black black/blue/brown/black/black black with white numbering

(­O)

Multicore cables for fixed installation

Number of cores 2 3 4 5 6 and more

Cores with green-yellow protective conductor green-yellow/black* green-yellow/black/blue green-yellow/black/blue/brown (­J) Cores without green-yellow protective conductor black/blue black/blue/brown black/blue/brown/black (­O) with protective conductor black/blue black/blue/brown black/blue/brown/black

green-yellow/black/blue/brown/black

green-yellow/others black with white numbering

black/blue/brown/black/black

black with numbering

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black with numbering

* This type is according to DIN VDE 0100 part 540, table 2 valid only for copper cross-section of 10 mm2 and more or Alu 16 mm2.

Colour code according to DIN VDE 0293-3082) (new)

Number of cores 2 3 33) 4 43) 5 6 and more

1

Cores with green-yellow protective conductor ­ green-yellow/brown/blue ­ green-yellow/brown/black/grey green-yellow/blue/brown/black green-yellow/blue/brown/black/grey

(­J)

Cores without green-yellow protective conductor

brown/blue brown/black/grey blue/brown/black blue/brown/black/grey ­ blue/brown/black/grey/black black with white numbering

(­O)

green-yellow/others black with white numbering

) Coding in accordance with VDE 0293: 1990-01 / transitional periods until 1 April 2006, beyond that only the coding for 6 or more conductors will continue to exist. 2 ) Coding in accordance with VDE 0293-308 (valid as of 1 January 2003). 3 ) Only for certain applications.

Core marking with numbering (in direction to longitudinal axis)

Height and gap of numbers Core-nominal-1 mm D # 2,4 2,4 < D # 5,0 5,0 < D e*) mm $ 0,6 $ 1,2 $ 1,6 h mm $ 2,3 $ 3,2 $ 4,6 i mm ca. 2 ca. 3 ca. 4 d mm # 50 # 50 # 50

e: breadth of number h: height of number i : gap between two successive numbers and between number and dash d: gap between two successive numbers

*) when the number in only 1, the smallest breadth is half of the given dimension to this column.

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Application for types NLSY NSY NLSCY NSYCY

According to DIN-Norm 0245 series, the core identification is stated whether the code is to be marked with colours or with numberings. Identification with colours The core colour is given in basic colour and ring colour. For the identification of two or three colours, the first underlined colour is the basic colour. The identification of the basic colours must be followed through colouring of the insulation or the oversurface of insulation cores. The second and the third colour is printed over the basic colour as a form of ring. Counting The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with core 1 in inner layer towards outside. Measures of rings and distances are given in mm.

Core No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Basic- and ring colour white brown green yellow grey pink blue red black violet greypink redblue whitegreen browngreen whiteyellow yellowbrown whitegrey greybrown whitepink pinkbrown whiteblue

Core No. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Basic- and ring colour brownblue whitered brownred whiteblack brownblack greygreen yellowgrey pinkgreen yellowpink greenblue yellowblue greenred yellowred greenblack yellowblack greyblue pinkblue greyred pinkred greyblack pinkblack

Core No. 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Basic- and ring colour blueblack redblack whitebrownblack yellowgreenblack greypinkblack redblueblack whitegreenblack browngreenblack whiteyellowblack yellowbrownblack whitegreyblack greybrownblack whitepinkblack pinkbrownblack whiteblueblack brownblueblack whiteredblack brownredblack

Example: Core 21 whiteblue ï ï basic colour

ring colour

The given colours are corresponded to DIN IEC 304 and HD 402.S2. Identification through numberings as per DIN VDE 0293.

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Colour code according to DIN 47100

with colour repetition from core no. 45 and above Electronic control and computer cable: single cores stranding

The insulation of the conductor gives the first basic colour. The codes of the multi-coloured identification are combined with a basic colour and colour rings. The second and third colour is printed on the basic colour as a form of ring. The ring width is 2 ­ 3 mm. A less unsharpness on the edge of the identification colour and a minor pledging of both half-rings are permitted. The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with the outer layer towards inside. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Basic-Ring-colours white brown green yellow grey pink blue red black violet grey-pink red-blue white-green brown-green white-yellow yellow-brown No. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Basic-Ring-colours white-grey grey-brown white-pink pink-brown white-blue brown-blue white-red brown-red white-black brown-black grey-green yellow-grey pink-green yellow-pink green-blue yellow-blue No. 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Basic-Ring-colours green-red yellow-red green-black yellow-black grey-blue pink-blue grey-red pink-red grey-black pink-black blue-black red-black No. 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Basic-Ring-colours white brown green yellow grey pink blue red black violet grey-pink red-blue white-green brown-green white-yellow yellow-brown white-grey

Colour code adapted* to DIN 47100

whitout colour repetition

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Basic-Ring-colours white brown green yellow grey pink blue red black violet grey-pink red-blue white-green brown-green white-yellow yellow-brown No. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Basic-Ring-colours white-grey grey-brown white-pink pink-brown white-blue brown-blue white-red brown-red white-black brown-black grey-green yellow-grey pink-green yellow-pink green-blue yellow-blue No. 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Basic-Ring-colours green-red yellow-red green-black yellow-black grey-blue pink-blue grey-red pink-red grey-black pink-black blue-black red-black No. 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 Basic-Ring-colours white-brown-black yellow-green-black grey-pink-black red-blue-black white-green-black brown-green-black white-yellow-black yellow-brown-black white-grey-black grey-brown-black white-pink-black pink-brown-black white-blue-black brown-blue-black white-red-black brown-red-black black-white

* deviation to DIN, without colour repetition, from core no. 45 and above

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Pair-Colour code according to DIN 47100

with colour repetition from pair no. 45 and above Electronic control and computer cable: pair stranding

The insulation of the conductor gives the first basic colour. The codes of the multi-coloured identification are combined with a basic colour and colour rings. The second colour is printed on the basic colour as a form of ring. The ring width is 2 ­ 3 mm. A less unsharpness on the edge of the identification colour and a minor pledging of both half-rings are permitted. The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with the outer layer towards inside.

Pair-stranding Pair-no. 1 23 45 core a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b white brown green yellow grey pink blue red black violet grey-pink red-blue white-green brown-green white-yellow yellow-brown white-grey grey-brown white-pink pink-brown white-blue brown-blue 22 44 66 21 43 65 20 42 64 19 41 63 18 40 62 17 39 61 16 38 60 15 37 59 14 36 58 13 35 57 12 34 56 colour Pair-stranding Pair-no. core a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b white-red brown-red white-black brown-black grey-green yellow-grey pink-green yellow-pink green-blue yellow-blue green-red yellow-red green-black yellow-black grey-blue pink-blue grey-red pink-red grey-black pink-black blue-black red-black colour

2

24

46

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48

5

27

49

6

28

50

7

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51

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52

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Colour code as per DIN 47002

YV-Equipment wires (for twin colour cables, the base colour is underlined) ws gn gr bl sw wsbr wsge wsrt brgn brbl gnge gnsw gert grrt rssw blrt virt white green grey blue black white-brown white-yellow white-red brown-green brown-blue green-yellow green-black yellow-red grey-red pink-black blue-red violet-red br ge rs rt vi wsgn wsbl wssw brge brsw gnrt gebl gesw grsw rsvi rtsw brown yellow pink red violet white-green white-blue white-black brown-yellow brown-black green-red yellow-blue yellow-black grey-black pink-violet red-black

Colour code for YR-Bell Sheathed Cables

2 x 0,8: 3 x 0,8: 4 x 0,8: 5 x 0,8: 6 x 0,8: 8 x 0,8: 10 x 0,8: 12 x 0,8: 14 x 0,8: 16 x 0,8: bk, bu bk, bu, bn bk, bu, bn, ye bk, bu, bn, ye, gn bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt, wh, og bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt, wh, og, bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt, wh, og, bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt, wh, og, bk, bu, bn, ye, gn, vt, wh, og, lrd, lye

tr, tr, tr, tr,

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Colour code HELUKABEL -JB

Colour coded Control Cables JB and SY-JB with green-yellow protective conductor

The combination of colour identification up to 102 cores consists of 11 basic colours. For core-no. 12 and more, one or two additional colour rings or longitudinal stripes are printed on the basic colour. The ring width is approximately 2 mm.

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6- and more core cables

Colour identification as per following table. The insulation of the conductor gives the first basic colour. The second and the third colour is printed on the basic colour as a form of ring or longitudinal stripe. The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with inner layer towards outside. No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

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Basic- Ring-Colour green-yellow white black blue brown grey red violet pink orange transparent beige black-white blue-white brown-white grey-white red-white violet-white pink-white orange-white transparent-white beige-white blue-black brown-black grey-black red-black violet-black pink-black orange-black transparent-black beige-black brown-blue grey-blue red-blue pink-blue orange-blue

No. 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Basic- Ring-Colour transparent-blue beige-blue grey-brown red-brown violet-brown pink-brown orange-brown transparent-brown beige-brown red-grey violet-grey pink-grey orange-grey transparent-grey beige-grey orange-red transparent-red beige-red pink-violet orange-violet transparent-violet beige-violet transparent-pink beige-pink transparent-orange beige-orange blue-white-black brown-white-black grey-white-black red-white-black violet-white-black pink-white-black orange-white-black

No. 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98

Basic- Ring-Colour transparent-white-black beige-white-black brown-white-blue grey-white-blue red-white-blue violet-white-blue pink-white-blue orange-white-blue transparent-white-blue beige-white-blue grey-white-brown red-white-brown violet-white-brown pink-white-brown orange-white-brown transparent-white-brown beige-white-brown red-white-grey violet-white-grey pink-white-grey orange-white-grey transparent-white-grey beige-white-grey blue-white-red brown-white-red violet-white-red pink-white-red orange-white-red brown-white-violet orange-white-violet

99 brown-black-blue 100 grey-black-blue 101 red-black-blue

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Colour code HELUKABEL -OB

Colour coded Control Cables OB and SY-OB without green-yellow protective conductor

The combination of colour identification up to 101 cores consists of 11 basic colours. For core-no. 12 and more, one or two additional colour rings or longitudinal stripes are printed on the basic colour. The ring width is approximately 2 mm.

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6- and more core cables

Colour identification as per following table. The insulation of the conductor gives the first basic colour. The second and the third colour is printed on the basic colour as a form of ring or longitudinal stripe. The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with inner layer towards outside. No. Basic- Ring-colour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 white black blue brown grey red violet pink orange transparent beige black-white blue-white brown-white grey-white red-white violet-white pink-white orange-white transparent-white beige-white blue-black brown-black grey-black red-black violet-black pink-black orange-black transparent-black beige-black brown-blue grey-blue red-blue pink-blue orange-blue No. Basic- Ring-colour 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 transparent-blue beige-blue grey-brown red-brown violet-brown pink-brown orange-brown transparent-brown beige-brown red-grey violet-grey pink-grey orange-grey transparent-grey beige-grey orange-red transparent-red beige-red pink-violet orange-violet transparent-violet beige-violet transparent-pink beige-pink transparent-orange beige-orange blue-white-black brown-white-black grey-white-black red-white-black violet-white-black pink-white-black orange-white-black

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Basic- Ring-colour transparent-white-black beige-white-black brown-white-blue grey-white-blue red-white-blue violet-white-blue pink-white-blue orange-white-blue transparent-white-blue beige-white-blue grey-white-brown red-white-brown violet-white-brown pink-white-brown orange-white-brown transparent-white-brown beige-white-brown red-white-grey violet-white-grey pink-white-grey orange-white-grey transparent-white-grey beige-white-grey blue-white-red brown-white-red violet-white-red pink-white-red orange-white-red brown-white-violet orange-white-violet

99 brown-black-blue 100 grey-black-blue 101 red-black-blue

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Colour code according to DIN VDE 0813

Switchboard cable S-YY Lg

Core identification

Switchboard cable S-Y(St)Y Bd

Core identification

Dimensions in mm

The cores are identified in colour-groups with each 4, 5, 6, 10 different core colour combinations which is repeated continuously according to the following scheme:

No. of cores Core colours in each colour-group 4 5 6 10 blue, red, grey, green blue, red, grey, green, brown blue, red, grey, green, brown, black blue, red, grey, green, brown, black, yellow, white, pink, violet

The colour identifications of the a- and b-cores of switchboard cables are coded with a basic colour and colour rings. Identification of ring- and basic colours

No. of Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Serial no. of twisted elements 1 6 11 16 21 26 31 36 41 46 2 7 12 17 22 27 32 37 42 47 yellow 3 8 13 18 23 28 33 38 43 48 green 4 9 14 19 24 29 34 39 44 49 brown 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Ring-colours a-core blue yellow green brown black blue yellow green brown black GBasic colour a- and b-core

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Example S-YY 30 (5 x 6) x 1 x 0,6 Lg = 5 x colour-groups with 6 differnt core colours. The colour-groups of same identification codes are only permitted to apply in a cable. In each layer, the blue core of the first completed colour-group is identified with red colour ring markings. The remaining cores of the previous colour-group are laying before the blue cores with red markings. Counting: from outside towards inside The cores of the switchboard cable are stranded in layers. The cores are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction, beginning with outer layer towards inside.

grey

Ring-colours b-core all c-cores: red; all d-cores: pink; all e-cores: black

Cables with more than 50 twisted elements, the identifications code of 51 and above elements are to be counted again from serial no. 1. The twisted elements are pairs, triples, five-core units Pairs a- and b-cores triple a-, b- and c-cores five-core units a-, b-, c-, d- and e-cores The cores of 5 twisted elements with same ring markings of a-cores are bunched to a unit. Counting: from outside towards inside The units are to be counted continuously through all layers at the same direction with correct colour countings, beginning with outer layer towards inside.

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Colour code according to DIN VDE 0815

Installation Cables

J-YY . . . Bd, J-HH . . . Bd, J-Y(St)Y . . . Bd, J-H(St)H . . . Bd and J-2Y(St)Y . . . Bd

Installation Cables

JE-Y(St)Y . . . Bd, JE-LiYCY . . . Bd, JE-H(St) . . . and JE-HCH . . . Bd Pair-colour-identification The insulating cores are identified with different basic colours which are repeated sequencely in each unit. Basic colours of pairs

Pair a-core b-core 1 blue red 2 grey yellow 3 green brown

The insulating coverings of single cores of a star quad are marked with black rings

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The cores of 5 star quads of a sub unit are counted according to the sequence of basic colours: Quad Quad Quad Quad Quad 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: basic basic basic basic basic colour colour colour colour colour of of of of of all all all all all cores cores cores cores cores red green grey yellow white

2-paired cables: the cores are stranded to a star quad: circuit 1: a-core blue circuit 2: a-core grey b-core red b-core yellow Each unit is assigned to one group of ring. All cores in each unit are marked with coloured rings and ring-groups. Counting direction in all units is from inside to outside. Ring-colour and Ring-group

The marker of units are identified with a red helix, the others with white or uncoloured. The quads of sub units are counted according to the sequence of basic colours. The units are counted continuously through all layers beginning in the inner layer.

Installation Cables

J-Y(St)Y . . . Lg 2-paired installation cables are stranded to a star quad circuit 1 a-core red, b-core black circuit 2 a-core white, b-core yellow 4- and multi-paired installation cables a-core of 1. pair in each layer is red other pairs are white b-core blue, yellow, green, brown, black in continuous repeat Counting: from outside to inside.

Unit-identification

UnitNo. Ringcolour Ringgroup Colouridentification tape Cables with more than 12 units contain coloured plastic helix in addition to ring code.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

pink

I II III IIII I II III IIII I II III IIII I II III IIII I II III IIII

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pink

blue

orange

red

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Colour code according to DIN VDE 0816 and extended

Outdoor Telephone Cables

A-2Y(L)2Y . . . Bd and A-2YF(L)2Y . . . Bd A-02Y(L)2Y . . . Bd, A-02YSF(L)2Y . . Bd and A-2Y0F(L)2Y . . . Bd The insulating coverings of single conductors of a quad are to be marked with black rings: Design of a main-unit: Consist of 10 sub-units = 100 pairs (DA)

The insulating cores of five star quads of a sub-unit must have the following colours: Quad 1: Quad 2: Quad 3: Quad 4: Quad 5: basic basic basic basic basic colours colours colours colours colours of of of of of all all all all all conductors conductors conductors conductors conductors red green grey yellow white

Design of a 300-pairs cable: Consist of 6 main-units, each of 50 pairs (DA)

The first sub- or main-unit in each layer is to be marked by an open helix of plastic tape of red (marker). All other sub- or main-units must be whipped with an open helix of white or uncoloured plastic tape. The quads of a sub-unit are to be counted according to the sequence of basic colours. In cables with more than 5 star quads, the sub- and main-units must be counted continuously beginning with maker-unit at inner layer towards outside. Design of a sub-unit: Consist of 5 star quads = 10 pairs (DA) (DA = double core or pair)

Design of a 1500 pairs cable: Consist of 15 main-units, each of 100 pairs (DA)

Design of a main-unit: Consist of 5 sub-units = 50 pairs (DA)

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Colour code for single wire vehicle cables

one-colour black, white, blue, orange, brown, green, violet, red, pink, yellow, grey

two-colours * preferred colours

base colour white white white white white yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow grey grey grey green green green green green marking colour longitudinal stripe grey red brown blue black grey red brown blue black green red brown white grey brown blue black base colour red red red red red red brown brown brown brown blue blue blue blue black black black black marking colour longitudinal stripe white yellow grey green blue black white yellow green black white yellow green red white yellow green red

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further colour combinations

marking colour longitudinal stripe yellow green violet white green violet white yellow violet yellow red violet brown white yellow grey green brown blue black base colour brown brown brown blue blue blue black black black orange orange orange orange orange orange orange marking colour longitudinal stripe grey violet blue grey violet brown grey violet brown white yellow grey green violet blue black

base colour white white white yellow yellow yellow grey grey grey green green green red violet violet violet violet violet violet violet

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three-colours * preferred colours

base colour grey grey grey red red red red red red brown brown brown brown blue blue blue blue black black black black 1. marking colour longitudinal stripe green red brown white yellow grey green blue black white yellow green black white yellow green red white yellow green red 2. marking colour longitudinal stripe yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow

further colour combinations

1. marking colour longitudinal stripe white yellow violet brown white yellow grey green brown blue black grey violet blue grey violet brown grey violet brown white yellow grey green violet blue black 2. marking colour longitudinal stripe yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow

base colour grey grey grey red violet violet violet violet violet violet violet brown brown brown blue blue blue black black black orange orange orange orange orange orange orange

Minimum quantities for one or two-coloured combinations per crosssection and colour combination: 0,5 to 2,5 mm2 = 3 km 4,0 to 25,0 mm2 = 1 km. Remaining cross-sections on request For three-coloured combination we manufacture only on request. Minimum quantities per cross-sections and colour combinations: 0,5 to 2,5 mm2 = 5 km 4,0 to 25,0 mm2 = 3 km. Remaining cross-sections on request.

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It is planned to use in future an uniform common colour abbreviations according to IEC 60757 (identical to CENELEC-harmonized document HD 457). The following table shows the comparison of German and IEC colour abbreviations:

colour black brown red orange yellow green blue violet grey white pink turquoise German abbreviation new old SW BR RT OR GE GN BL VI GR WS RS TK sw br rt or ge gn bl vi gr ws rs tk Abbreviation according to IEC 60757 BN RD OG YE GN BU VT GY WH PK TQ

IEC = International Electrotechnical Commission

Identification of the core according to DIN VDE 0293 and core colour to DIN 47002 and IEC 60304 * Wiring cable with a nominal voltage U0/U 300/500 V The following colours have been recommended: black, white, blue, grey, brown, red, orange, turquoise, violet and pink. Exceptions are green and yellow which are only admitted to be used, if the safety regulations permit. The colour green is allowed to use for illuminations and light decorations. All two-colour combinations of the above single colours are allowed to be used. * Single core cables with a nominal voltage U0/U 450/750 V The following single colours have been recommended (only of one colour) black, white, blue, grey, brown, red, orange, turquoise, violet and pink. Two-colour combinations are not allowed to be used, with the exception of green-yellow. * Single core cables and single core sheathed cables The colour is black or green-yellow. The exception is for illumination and light decorations where the core colour brown is permitted. Identification of the cores through colours are allowed: a) through colouring the whole insulation compound or b) through colouring the outer surface or c) through coloured tapes, so far it is specified in the standards By identification through colouring only on outer surface (item b) but not allowed to have any colour additives beneath the insulation with an exception by double colour coding. By core identification with green-yellow, one of the colours have to cover not less than 30% and the other not more than 70% of the surface. Identification through number coding The printing of numberings on cores consists of repeating codes (with number and dashes), printed longitudinally on core (for coordination and dimensions see DIN VDE 0293) Note The following core identifications are valid for power cables with nominal voltage up to 1000 V. Scopes for valid DIN VDE prescription:

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DIN VDE 0250 ­ Insulated power cables DIN VDE 0255 ­ Cables with paper-insulation and metal sheath DIN VDE 0265 ­ Cables with PVC-insulation and lead sheath DIN VDE 0266 ­ Halogene-free cable with improved characteristics in case of fire DIN VDE 0271 ­ Cable with PVC-insulation and PVC outer jacket 0,6/1 kV DIN VDE 0272 ­ XLPE-insulated cable DIN VDE 0281 ­ PVC-insulated power cable DIN VDE 0282 ­ Rubber-insulated power cable

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Identification of insulated wires by colours according to DIN 40 705 and CEI/IEC 60446

Core identification

The core identification of different conductors such as Phase conductor, Mid-point conductor, PENconductor and Protective conductor are distinguished by the indicating letters and colours of the core. An universal international norm exists only for the green-yellow earthing (grounding) conductor. For new installation it is not allowed to use the old core colours.

Conductor designation Alternating current Phase conductor 1 Phase conductor 2 Phase conductor 3 Mid-point conductor Direct current Positive Negative Mid-point conductor Protective conductor Neutral conductor with protection Earth (ground) Earth for external voltage Load-Connecting clamps L+ L­ M PE PEN E TE to to to to L1 L2 L3 N + ­ not defined not defined light blue2) green-yellow3) green-yellow3) not defined not defined U V W N Alphanumerical type old R S T MP new L1 L2 L3 N Colour identification old black red blue grey new not defined (preferred colour black1) not defined (e. g. brown1) not defined light blue2)

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) Application of conductors by colours "black" or "brown" for internal wiring of single core cables For the internal wiring of apparatus, distributor boards and equipment with the insulated single cores, only the "black"-colour is preferred. Application of other colours or combinations of two other colours are also provided, if these for the purpose of manufacturing or services are necessary. If only an additional colour for the individual identification of separated conductor group is necessary, the colour "brown" is preferred. 2 ) Application of the colour "light blue" Where a circuit includes a neutral or mid-point conductor identified by colour, the colour used for this purpose shall be blue. In order to avoid confusion with other colours it is recommended to use an unsaturated colour blue, called here "light blue". Light blue shall not be used for identifying any other conductor where confusion is possible. In the absence of a neutral or mid-point conductor, a conductor identified by light blue within the whole wiring system may also be used for any other purposes, except as a protective conductor. If identification by colour is used, bare conductors used as neutral or mid-wire conductors shall be either coloured by a light blue stripe, 15 mm to 100 mm wide in each unit or enclosure and each accessible position, or coloured light blue throughout their length. 3 ) Application of bi-colour combination "green-yellow" The bi-colour combination green-and-yellow shall be used for identifying the protective conductor and for no other purposes. Green-and-yellow is the only colour combination recognised for identifying the protective conductor, according to DIN VDE 0293. The combination of the colours green-and-yellow shall be such that, on any 15 mm length of the conductor where colour coding is applied, one of these colours cover at least 30% and not more than 70% of the surface of the conductor, the other colour covering the remainder of that surface. If bare conductors, used as protective conductors, are provided with colouring they shall be coloured green-and-yellow, either throughout the whole length of each conductor or in each compartment or unit or at each accessible position. If adhesive tape is used, only bi-coloured tape shall be applied.

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Permissible minimum bending radius according to DIN VDE specifications

The indicated values for bending radius stated in the following table are not permitted to fall below the value. For non-complience of the values a short longevity is to be expected. Permissible minimum bending radius for power cables according to DIN VDE 0298 ­ part 3 ­ Nominal voltage 0,6/1 kV

method of laying ­ for permanent laying ­ to form out

Outer 1 of cables or thickness of flat cable in mm (D) up to 10 mm 4 10 to 25 mm 4xD 1xD 4xD 2xD

4 25 mm 4xD 3xD

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up to 8 mm 3xD 3xD 3xD 5xD 3xD 4xD 7,5 x D

4 8 to 12 mm 3xD 4xD 4xD 5xD 4xD 4xD 7,5 x D

4 12 to 20 mm 4xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 7,5 x D

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­ for fixed installation ­ for free movement ­ to the inlet ­ for forced guiding operation (such as trailing) ­ operation for trolly cable ­ operation in power drag chain ­ operation for return sheave

D = outer 1 of cables or thickness of flat cable

Permissible minimum bending radius according to DIN VDE 0891 ­ part 5 for installation cable and wires according to DIN VDE 0815

Type J-Y(St)Y . . . Lg JE-Y(St)Y . . . Bd JE-H(St)H . . . Bd JE-H(St)H . . . Bd FE JE-YCY . . . Bd JE-HCH . . . Bd JE-LiYCY . . . Bd JE-LiHCH . . . Bd JE-LiYY . . . Bd JE-LiHH . . . Bd J-YY . . . Bd J-HH . . . Bd J-Y(St)Y . . . Bd J-H(St)H . . . Bd D = outer 1 of cable Note: For the individual application above the range of specification, the indications in respect of cable recommendations should be considered.

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Chemical Resistance of PUR (Polyurethane)

Substance Aceton Ethyl alcohol Alums Aluminium chloride Formic acid Ammonia Ammonium carbonate Ammonium chloride Aniline ASTM-Oil I ASTM-Oil II ASTM-Oil III ASTM-Fuel No. I ASTM-Fuel No. II ASTM-Fuel No. III Benzene Brake fluid ATE Butanol Butyl acetate Calcium chloride Chlorobenzene Chloroform Chloroprene Chromic acid Cyclohexan Cyclohexanon Diethylether Diethylprestone Diesel oil Dimethylformamide Ferric-III-chloride Acetic acid 20 ­ 80 Ethanol Ethyl ether Ethylacetate Ethylencloride Freon 12 Freon 22 Hydraulic oil SAE 90 Glycerin Glycol Isopropanol Potash lye Bichromate of potash Potassium nitrate Potassium permanganate Kerosene 10 10 10 40 * * * * g * l l * Concentration (%) 100 10 30 10 Classification of requirement * g * * l * * l l l l g g * * * * Substance Magnesium chloride Methanol Mythyl acetate Mythyl chloride Methylethylketon Mythylglycol Mythylglycolacetate Lactic acid Mineral oil Motor oil Sodium chloride Sodium perchlorate solut. Soda lye Olive oil Ozone Paraffin oil Perchlore ethylene Petroleum ether Petroleum Vegetable oils Vegetable fats Phosphoric acid Nitric acid Hydrochlorid acid, concen. Cutting oil Carbon disulfide Sulfuric acid Sea water Silver salts Tetrachloroethylene Carbon tetrachloride Tetrahydrofuran Toluene Trichlorethylene Tataric acid Concentration (%) 30 <5 Classification of requirement

10

g * * g * * * g* *

l l l l l * l l l * * * g* * l l l * * * * * l *

10 10

50 30

30 20

g g g * g g g* l l

* l

100

< 10

Xylon

resistant l vastly resistant g conditionally resistant not resistant * *for individual case, please verify The information mentioned in this summary is given to the best of our own knowledge and based upon our long standing experience. But we would like to direct your attention to the fact, that the information is given without obligation. A final judgement can only be made in practice.

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PVC F-CY-JZ, Y-CY-JZ, JZ-HF-CY, J-Y(St)Y, J-YY, JE-Y(St)Y, S-YY, S-Y(St)Y, TOPFLEX-PVC JZ-602, JZ-602-CY, TRONIC-CY, LiYCY, JZ-602 RC, PAAR-TRONIC-CY, SY-JZ, SY-JB, JZ-602 RC-CY

PE

PUR PUR-JZ, PUR-JZ-HF, TOPFLEX-PUR, ROBOFLEX, SUPERTRONIC-PUR, MULTIFLEX-PUR, TOPSERVâ

H J-H(St)H, Security Cable . .E 30/E 90, HELUCOMâ-H JZ-500-HMH/HXMHX, N2XH, H07Z-K, RG-H R

Silicone

Neoprene HELURubber FLONâ

¨ Neoprene-Round/Flat, NSHTOU, AIRPORT 400 Hz H01N2-D/E, H 05/H 07-, A 05/A 07 RN-F l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l * * * * l l l l l l

SiHF, SiHF/GL-P, SiF, SiD, SiFF, SiF/GL, SiD/GL, SiHF-C-Si, FZ-LS, FZ-LSi, N2GMH2G

MULTIFLEX-Plus, LifY, Trago, Lift-2S, BAUFLEX BUS-cables-PVC, DAT-cables-PVC

THERM 120, THERM 105, H05V2-K, H07V2-K

Substance

Inorganic chemicals Alums Aluminium salts Ammonia, wat. Ammonium acetate, wat. Ammonium carbonate, wat. Ammonium chloride, wat. Barium salts Boric acid Calcium chloride, wat. Calcium chloride, wat. Calcium nitrate, wat. Chromium salts, wat. Potassium carbonate, wat. Potassium chlorate, wat. Potassium chloride, wat. Potassium dicromate, wat. Potassium iodie, wat. Potassium nitrate, wat. Potassium permanganate, wat. Potassium sulphate, wat. Copper salts Megnesium salts Sodium bicarbonate (Natron), wat. Sodium bisulphite (Soda), wat. Sodium chloride (Cook salt), wat. Sodium thiosulfat, wat. Soda Lye Nickel salts, wat. Nitrobenzene Phosphoric acid Mercury Mercury salts Nitric acid Hydrochlorid acid Sulfur dioxide Carbon disulfide Sulfuric acid Hydrogen sulfide Sea water Silver salts, wat. Cleaning fluid lye Water (dest.) Hydrogen peroxide, wat. Zinc salts, wat. Stannous chloride l g * * resistant conditionally resistant not resistant for individual case, please verify 2 50 50 colds. 100 50 100 colds. 30 conc. colds. colds. colds. colts. colts. colts. each 10 each each each each 100 colts. 10 ­ 40 colts. colts. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 50 20 50 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 50 20 20 20 100 20 20 20 20 l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l * l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l * l l l *

g g

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g g g g

l l

g g

l

g

l *

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l l

g g g g g

l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

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l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

g

l l l l l l l l l * l l l * * l * l l l l * l l l l

l l

g g

l l

l l l

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g

l l

g g

l

l *

l

l l l * l

* l l * * * * * l

g

l l * * * *

g

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g

* l l l

l l *

g g

l l * l

g

*

g g

l

each = each concentration colds. = cold saturated wat. = watery, liquid

The information mentioned in this summary is given to the best of our own knowledge and based upon our long standing experience. But we would like to direct your attention to the fact, that the information is given without obligation. A final judgement can only be made in practice.

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FEP-6Y, PTFE-5Y, Compensating cables-FEP l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

JZ-500/ 600/ 750, JB, OZ-BL, JZ-HF, PVC-Flach, TRONIC (LiYY), SUPERTRONIC-PVC

ESUY, LifY, PVC-Single cores, EDV-PiMF-CY ESY, LiFDY, TUBEFLEX/-CY

H 05 V-K, H 07 V-K, H 03 VV-F, H 05 VV-F

Temperature up to ...8C

Concentration (%)

Coaxial-cable (PE), L2-BUS-cable (PE) A-2Y(L)2Y, A-2YF(L)2Y, HELUCOMâ . . . 2Y

NYSLY, NYSLYCY, NLSY, NLSCY, NSY, NSYCY, H 05VV5-F, H 05VVC4V5-K

Chemical Resistance

JZ-603, JZ 603-CY, Li-TPC-Y, PAAR-CY-OZ, N 05VV5-F, CEI 20 ­ 22

PVC F-CY-JZ, Y-CY-JZ, JZ-HF-CY, J-Y(St)Y, J-YY, JE-Y(St)Y, S-YY, S-Y(St)Y, TOPFLEX-PVC JZ-602, JZ-602-CY, TRONIC-CY, LiYCY, JZ-602 RC, PAAR-TRONIC-CY, SY-JZ, SY-JB, JZ-602 RC-CY

PE

PUR PUR-JZ, PUR-JZ-HF, TOPFLEX-PUR, ROBOFLEX, SUPERTRONIC-PUR, MULTIFLEX-PUR, TOPSERVâ

H J-H(St)H, Security Cable . .E 30/E 90, HELUCOMâ-H JZ-500-HMH/HXMHX, N2XH, H07Z-K, RG-H R

Silicone

Neoprene HELURubber FLONâ

¨ Neoprene-Round/Flat, NSHTOU, AIRPORT 400 Hz H01N2-D/E, H 05/H 07-, A 05/A 07 RN-F l l *

SiHF, SiHF/GL-P, SiF, SiD, SiFF, SiF/GL, SiD/GL, SiHF-C-Si, FZ-LS, FZ-LSi, N2GMH2G

MULTIFLEX-Plus, LifY, Trago, Lift-2S, BAUFLEX BUS-cables-PVC, DAT-cables-PVC

THERM 120, THERM 105, H05V2-K, H07V2-K

Substance

Organic chemicals Aceton Ethyl alcohol Ethyl chloride Ethylene glycol Formic acid Aniline Petrol Benzene Succinic acid, wat. Brake fluid Butane Butter Chlorobenze Chloroprene Diethylether Diethylprestone Diesel oil Glacial acetic acid Acetic acid Freon Gear oil Glycerin Hydraulic oil Isopropyl alcohol Kerosene Lactic acid Machine oil Methanol Methyl alcohol Methylen chloride Mineral oil Motor oil Olive oil Oxal acid Paraffin oil Vegetable oils Vegetable fats Cutting oil Tar acid Carbon tetrachloride Toluene Trichloroethylene Tartaric acid, wat. Citric acid l g * * 1 ) resistant conditionally resistant not resistant for individual case, please verify PUR-material is resitant 100 20 l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 100 20 20 l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l colds. 120 50 20 * l l l l l * l l * l l * l l * l l * l l l * * l l l 100 20 10 20 20 100 each 20 20 20 100 50 20 20 20 * * l * * * * * * * * 50 colds. 30 100 20 20 50 100 20 50 20 50 20 100 20 50 30 20 20 50 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * l *

g

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each = each concentration colds. = cold saturated wat. = watery, liquid

The information mentioned in this summary is given to the best of our own knowledge and based upon our long standing experience. But we would like to direct your attention to the fact, that the information is given without obligation. A final judgement can only be made in practice.

FEP-6Y, PTFE-5Y, Compensating cables-FEP l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

JZ-500/ 600/ 750, JB, OZ-BL, JZ-HF, PVC-Flach, TRONIC (LiYY), SUPERTRONIC-PVC

ESUY, LifY, PVC-Single cores, EDV-PiMF-CY ESY, LiFDY, TUBEFLEX/-CY

H 05 V-K, H 07 V-K, H 03 VV-F, H 05 VV-F

Temperature up to ...8C

Concentration (%)

Coaxial-cable (PE), L2-BUS-cable (PE) A-2Y(L)2Y, A-2YF(L)2Y, HELUCOMâ . . . 2Y

NYSLY, NYSLYCY, NLSY, NLSCY, NSY, NSYCY, H 05VV5-F, H 05VVC4V5-K

Chemical Resistance

JZ-603, JZ 603-CY, Li-TPC-Y, ­ 22 PAAR-CY-OZ, N 05VV5-F, CEI 20

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Chemical Resistance of Fluorinated polymeric materials

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The Fluorinated polymeric is resistent against following chemical materials Ferric chloride Iron phosphide Esachloroethane Acetic anhydride Acetic acid Fluoride naphthalene Fluoride nitrobenzene Fomaldehyde Furan Hexane hydrazine Potassium Potassium acetate Potassium hydroxide Calcium chloride Carbon bisulfide Solvents Magnesium chloride Methanol Methyl ethyl keton Methyl metacryl acid Metacryl acid Naphtalene Naphthole N-Butylamine N-octadecyal alcohol Sodium hydroxide Sodium hydochloride Sodium peroxide not synthetic nitrobenze Nitromethane 2-Nitro butanol 2-Nitro-Methyl propanol Oils, from vegetables Oils, from animals Ozone attack no Fluorinated polymeric Soda Crude petroleum Nitric acid concentr. Sea water Sulfuric acid (30%) Transformer Oil Turbine fuel JP 4 Pentachloro benzamide Perchloro ethylene Permanganate Phenol Phosphorus pentachloride Phosphoric acid Phthalic acid Pinene Piperidine Polyacryonitril Pyridine Mercury Washing mediums Nitric acid Hydrochlorid acid Sulfur Sulfuric acid Soaps Stannous chloride Nitrogen tetroxyde Tetra bromothane Tetrachlorethane Triethanolamine Trichloracetic acid Trichloroethylene Tricresylic phosphate Vinylmetracrylate Water Hydrogen superoxide Xylol Zinc chloride Cyclohexan Cyclohexanon

Abietin acid Ethyl Exoate Ethyl ether Ethyl alcohol Ethyl acetate Ethylene bromide Ethylene glycol Acryl hydride Allylic acetate Allylic metacrylacid Aluminium chloride Formic acid Ammonia, liquid Ammonium chloride Aniline Acetone Acetone phenon Petrol Benzene chloride Benzonitrile Benzyl alcohol Lead Borax Bromine Butyl acetate Butyl Cetane Chlorine Chloroform Chlorosulfonic acid Chromic acid Diethyl Carbonate Dibutyl-Phthalide Dibutyl-Sebacat Di-isobutyl Adipt Dimethyl ether Dimethyl Formamide Dimethyl hydrazine Dioxane * The following chemical substance Ethyl alcohol Vapour Hydrofluoric acid Aviation gasoline Hydraulic liquid-Skydrol Isopropyl alcohol Carbon chlorid

The information mentioned in this summary is given to the best of our own knowledge and based upon our longstanding experience. But we would like to direct your attention to the fact, that the information is given without obligation. A final judgement can only be made in practice.

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Fluorinated polymeric materials: PTFE, FEP, PFA, ETFE

The chemical resistance of polymers with a high fluorine content is exceptionally high. The electrical insulating and dielectric properties of these materials are also very good.

* * * *

Fluorpolymere is resistant against nearly all known chemical compounds. Fluorpolymere has a smooth surface of extremely low surface tension which is why virtually nothing adheres to this material. Fluorpolymere is moisture rejecting, doesn't swell and is not be damaged by welding. Fluorpolymere is used, where conventional material wouldn't resist the environmental conditions. Fluorpolymere is applied in the civil and military sector as well as in the aviation- and astronautics technology. Fluorcarbonresins have following important characteristics:

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* * * * *

* * *

high heat-resistance during permanent operation â ­ HELUFLON -FEP up to +2058 C â ­ HELUFLON -PTFE up to +2608 C outstanding resistant against dielectric strength constant dielectric characteristics no moisture absorption resistant against nearly all chemical products insensitive to environmental influences, weatherproof and resistant to irradiation from the sun and temperature fluctuations good mechanical characteristics, no formation of cracks, wear-resistant low coefficient of friction no action of light (also uv)

Characteristics

Nominal temperature permanent (8 C) ca. 25 000 h Nominal temperature temporary (8C) (hours) Break-down temperature, melting point (8 C) Material initial code Break-down resistance kV/mm (208 C) Environmental resistance

Insulation material

Dielectric number at 60 Hz (208 C)

Density 103 kg/m3 (208C)

Specific resistance Ohm ? cm (208C)

Breaking point % (208C)

Flammability

R

HELUFLON -PTFE ­ â HELUFLON -FEP ­ â HELUFLON -PFA ­ â HELUFLON -ETFE ­

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Polytetrafluoroethylene (5Y) Tetrafluoroethylene ­ perfluoropropylene ­ copolymer (6Y) Tetrafluoroethylene ­ perfluoroalkoxy ­ copolymer (51Y) Ethylene ­ tetrafluoroethylene ­ copolymer (7Y)

Tension MPa (208C)

ETFE FEP PTFE PFA

7Y 6Y 5Y 51Y

­100 +150 ­100 +205 ­190 +260 ­190 +260

+180 +230 +300 +280

+270 +290 +327 +310

2,6 2,1 2,0 2,1

1,70 2,15 2,18 2,20

1016 10

18

36 25 20 25

45 20 ­ 25 35 ­ 45 30

150 ­ 300 250 ­ 300 350 ­ 400 300

Porosity % (208C)

0,02 0,01 0,01 0,01

very good very good very good very good

n. e. f. n. e. f. n. e. f. n. e. f.

very good very good very good very good

1018 10

16

1)

Values shown include high dosage and ca. 50% rest smoldering values

n. e. f. = no flammable

Insulation and jacket type abbreviations

DIN/VDE 7Y 6Y 5Y 51Y Material ETFE FEP PTFE PFA

Radiation resistance1) x 104 GY 200 0,02 0,02 0,02

Resistance to chemicals

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Chemical Resistance of Silicone

Substance

Acetamide Acetone Ammonium hydroxide (conc.) Aniline Petrol Brake fluid AT Butanol Butylacetate Calcium hydroxide, (saturated) Chlorbenzene Clophene Cloroform ¨ Vapour up to 2,5 atu Diphenyl Diesel oil Dinamo oil Mineral oil Acetic acid Hydrofluor acid 5% Gear oil DTE BB Gear oil DTE HH Gear oil DTE extra heavy Gear oil Type SEA 90 Prestone Glycerin Hexa ethoxydisiloxane High pressure compressor oil Isopropyl alcohol Potassium 20% Potassium hydroxide 50% Potassium permanganate solution Carbolineum Cooking salt solution 10% Carbon tetrachloride Compressor oil, light Ball bearing fat Linseed oil

l resistant g conditionally resistant * not resistant

Test period 7 days Temperature8 C 150 20 20 100 20 100 117 20 20 20 150 20 138 150 20 150 20 20 20 150 150 150 150 20 100 20 150 82 20 20 20 20 20 20 150 150 100

Classification of requirement l g l l g l g g l g l * l g g g g l * l l l l l l g l g l l l l l g l l l

Substance

Methanol Methylen chloride Mineral oil ASTM No. 1 Mineral oil ASTM No. 3 Mineral oil SEA 10 Mineral oil SEA 20 Mineral oil SEA 30 Mono styrene Motor oil viscose static Sodium 20% Soda 50% Nitrobenzene Oleic acid Olive oil Perchlor Petroleum ether Petroleum Phenol Phosphoric acid 30% Pyridine Regulator oil Castor oil Hydrochlorid acid 10% Nitric acid conc. Nitric acid 10% Sulfuric acid, conc. Sulfuric acid, 10% Shock absorber oil Turbentine oil Toluene Transformer oil Tri Tri glycol Vaseline Water Hydrogen peroxide 30% Hydrogen superoxide 30%

Test period 7 days Temperature8 C 65 20 150 150 150 150 150 20 150 20 20 20 150 150 20 20 20 60 20 20 150 150 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 150 20 20 150 100 20 20

Classification of requirement g * l g l l l g l l l l * l * * g l l g * l l * g * l l g g g * l l l l l

The information mentioned in this summary is given to the best of our own knowledge and based upon our long standing experience. But we would like to direct your attention to the fact, that the information is given without obligation. A final judgement can only be made in practice.

Resistance of substances against solvents, oils and fats

Substance Alcohol, methylated spirit Brake fluid for vehicles Bromide chloridfluormethane Jet gasoline IP4 de-icing and icing protective agent Aircraft lubricating grease Hydraulic oil on bas of mineral oil Hydraulic liquid (chlor-free silicone liquid) Hydraulic liquid (synthetic) Methylethylketon Otto-gasoline, diesel gasoline Lubricating oil for recebrocating engine SAE 10 W Lubricating oil for jet engine (synthetic) Toluene-Isooctane (Toluene 30%, Isooctane 70%) Trichlorethane Urine

l = resistant g = conditionally resistant * = not resistant PVC = Polyvinylchloride Y = Polyamid 4 Y PA PTFE = Polytetrafluorethylene 5 Y

PVC Y * * * * * g g * * * * g g * * l

PA 4Y g g * g g g l * g * g g g g * l

PTFE 5Y l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

R

FEP 6Y l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

ETFE 7Y l l l l l g g l l l l g g l l l

FEP = Fluorethylenepropylene 6 Y ETFE = Tetrafluorethylene 7 Y

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Heat-resistance classes as per VDE 0530 part 1

class Insulating material Y Impregnation material max. continuous temperature 908 C Cable type HELUKABELâ PVC and Neoprene cables Cotton, Synthetic and natural silk, ­ Polyamide fibres, Paper, Polyvinylchloride (PVC), Polyethylene (PE), Vulkanised rubber Cotton, Synthetic and natural silk, Polyamide, Paper, heat-resistant impregnated textiles, Polyester resin Bitumous varnish Synthetic resin varnish Insulating oil and synthetic dielectrical fluids

(E)

1058 C Synthetic resin varnish and Special wire enamel, (short time Polyester resin, both with a Special synthetic foils, Compressed material with cellulose fillers, permissible continuous withstand operation 1208 C) temperature of 41208 C Paper and cotton tapes Glass fibre, Micaproducts, As under E but with a permisSpecial synthetic foils, sible continuous withstand Compressed materials with mineral fillers temperature of 41308 C Glass fibre, Micaproducts, Aromatic polyamides, Impregnated glass fibre braides Glass fibre, Micaproducts, Aromatic polyamides, Silicone rubber, Polyamide foils, PTFE Mica, Porcelain, Glass, Quartz, and similar fire resistant materials Resins with a permissible continuous withstand temperature of 41558 C 1458 C

HELUTHERMâ 120

B

HELUTHERMâ 145

F

1558 C

HELUTHERMâ 145

H

Silicone resins with a 1808 C permissible continuous withstand temperature of 41808 C As under H but with a permissible continuous withstand temperature of 42258 C 41808 C

Silicone + HELUFLONâ tinned conductors HELUFLONâ PTFE+FEP with tinned or nickel plated conductors, HELUTHERMâ 400/600/800/1200

C

Caloric load values (heat of combustion)

For designing a building the criterions of the caloric load values are very important. The caloric load values of the modern halogen-free cables are reduced by corresponding additives. The specific heating values of the non-metallic raw materials for cables are specified to DIN 51900. The values of the caloric load or heat of combustion for electrical cables are given per running meter in the following tables. The tables are subdivided according to the different cable designs, with halogen-free or halogenated insulation, number of cores with different crosssections. With these tables of the caloric load values of our cables we will give you the possibility to accomodate your calculations for the application of these cables. Regulations: According to DIN VDE 108 supplement 1: ­ The total caloric load of the cables are allowed up to 14 kWh per m2 of the field areas if only halogen-free cables with improved characteristics in the case of fire are used. If you use PVC cables the total caloric load is only up to 7 kWh per m2. ­ Cables are according to * DIN VDE 0250 part 214 ­ halogen-free installation cable with improved fire behaviour. * DIN VDE 0266 ­ halogen-free cables with improved characteristics in the case of fire. * DIN VDE 0815 ­ wiring cables for telecommunication and data processing systems. ­ The caloric load values ­ Hu (calculated value): PVC-core insulation Hu 6,3 kWh/kg PVC-sheath material Hu 5,7 kWh/kg PVC (lower limint) Hu 5,6 kWh/kg H-core insulation Hu 4,8 kWh/kg H-sheath material Hu 4,2 kWh/kg PE in general Hu 12,2 kWh/kg PP in general Hu 12,8 kWh/kg The conversion of the values: 1 MJ/m2 = 0,278 kWh/m2, 1 kWh/m2

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1058 C

HELUTHERMâ single cores, control cables UL + CSA-approved

3,6 MJ/m2

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Caloric load values of halogen-free Security Cables and insulated wires

Type NHXAF dimension n x mm2 1 x 0.75 1 x 1,0 1 x 1,5 1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 1 x 35 1 x 50 1 x 70 1 x 95 2 x 1,5 re 2 x 2,5 re 3 x 1,5 3 x 2,5 3x 4 3x 6 3 x 10 4 x 1,5 4 x 2,5 4x 4 4x 6 4 x 10 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 7 x 1,5 7 x 2,5 10 x 1,5 12 x 1,5 24 x 1,5 N2XH re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re caloric load kWh/m 0,031 0,033 0,049 0,059 0,074 0,090 0,112 0,137 0,204 0,235 0,323 0,381 0,504 0,30 0,35 0,33 0,38 0,49 0,60 0,78 0,37 0,42 0,49 0,68 0,90 0,42 0,49 0,70 0,79 1,04 0,48 0,64 0,61 0,69 1,14 0,14 0,17 0,18 0,21 0,29 0,39 0,46 0,53 0,55 0,63 0,72 0,90 1,08 1,22 1,32 0,45 0,50 0,59 0,67 0,81 1,19 1,53 1,79 2,13 Type N2XH dimension n x mm2 3 x 1,5 re 3 x 2,5 re 3 x 4 re 3 x 6 re 3 x 10 re 3 x 16 rm 3 x 25 rm 3 x 35 rm 3 x 50 rm 4 x 1,5 4 x 2,5 4x 4 4x 6 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 70 4 x 95 4 x 120 4 x 150 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 5 x 35 5 x 50 re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm caloric load kWh/m 0,48 0,56 0,65 0,73 0,86 1,19 1,65 1,95 2,31 0,54 0,63 0,73 0,82 0,99 1,43 1,97 2,31 2,89 3,00 3,90 4,77 6,81 0,62 0,70 0,82 0,91 1,11 1,68 2,35 2,81 3,42 0,51 0,58 0,68 0,78 0,76 0,88 0,84 0,97 1,05 1,21 1,31 1,53 1,54 1,80 0,44 0,49 0,59 0,66 0,80 0,48 0,55 0,64 0,72 0,85 1,18 1,59 1,91 2,27 0,54 0,62 0,72 0,82 1,00 1,37 Type N2XCH dimension n x mm2 4 x 25/rm 16 4 x 35/rm 16 4 x 50/rm 25 7 x 1,5/re 1,5 7 x 2,5/re 2,5 10 x 1,5/re 2,5 10 x 2,5/re 4 12 x 1,5/re 2,5 12 x 2,5/re 4 14 x 1,5/re 2,5 14 x 2,5/re 4 19 x 1,5/re 4 19 x 2,5/re 6 24 x 1,5/re 6 24 x 2,5/re 10 30 x 1,5/re 6 30 x 2,5/re 10 40 x 1,5/re 10 40 x 2,5/re 10 1 x 2,5 re 1 x 4 re 1 x 6 re 1 x 10 re 1 x 16 rm 1 x 25 rm 1 x 35 rm 1 x 50 rm 1 x 70 rm 1 x 95 rm 1 x 120 rm 1 x 150 rm 1 x 185 rm 1 x 240 rm 1 x 300 rm 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 caloric load kWh/m 1,94 2,27 2,77 0,50 0,57 0,66 0,77 0,74 0,86 0,81 0,95 1,02 1,19 1,25 1,47 1,47 1,77 1,90 2,23 0,22 0,35 0,38 0,43 0,50 0,68 0,76 0,90 1,09 1,29 1,49 1,84 2,24 2,67 3,67 0,68 0,74 0,84 0,95 1,13 1,34 1,94 2,16 0,72 0,79 0,90 1,03 1,23 1,47 1,92 2,47 3,03 3,90 4,76 4,63 5,67 6,94 8,84 0,85 0,94 1,07 1,22 1,46 1,74 2,57 2,96 3,72 4,85 5,83

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1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 2 x 35 1 x 50 1 x 70 1 x 95 1 x 120 1 x 150 1 x 185 1 x 240 1 x 300 2 x 1,5 2 x 2,5 2x 4 2x 6 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 2 x 35 2 x 50

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7 x 1,5 re 7 x 2,5 re 10 x 1,5 re 10 x 2,5 re 12 x 1,5 re 12 x 2,5 re 14 x 1,5 re 14 x 2,5 re 19 x 1,5 re 19 x 2,5 re 24 x 1,5 re 24 x 2,5 re 30 x 1,5 re 30 x 2,5 re 2 x 1,5/re 1,5 2 x 2,5/re 2,5 2 x 4/re 4 2 x 6/re 6 2 x 10/re 10 3 x 1,5/re 1,5 3 x 2,5/re 2,5 3 x 4/re 4 3 x 6/re 6 3 x 10/re 10 3 x 16/rm 16 3 x 25/rm 16 3 x 35/rm 16 3 x 50/rm 25 4 x 1,5/re 1,5 4 x 2,5/re 2,5 4 x 4/re 4 4 x 6/re 6 4 x 10/re 10 4 x 16/rm 16

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Type (N)HXH-E30 orange dimension n x mm2 4 x 120 rm 4 x 150 rm 4 x 185 rm 4 x 240 rm 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 7x 7x 10 x 10 x 12 x 12 x 14 x 14 x 19 x 19 x 24 x 24 x 30 x 30 x (N)HXCH-E30 orange re re re re re rm rm caloric load kWh/m 7,26 8,92 10,38 11,76 0,99 1,09 1,25 1,43 1,72 2,05 3,05 1,16 1,29 1,47 1,63 1,84 2,05 2,09 2,42 2,52 2,79 3,30 3,66 3,77 4,19 0,58 0,64 0,75 0,85 1,00 0,63 0,71 0,84 0,95 1,12 1,35 2,09 2,74 3,04 3,90 4,62 5,66 7,19 8,71 10,57 0,78 0,82 0,96 1,09 1,30 1,56 2,40 2,74 3,50 4,49 5,35 6,51 8,35 10,13 12,32 Type (N)HXCH-E 30 orange dimension n x mm2 7 x 1,5/ 2,5 re 7 x 2,5/ 2,5 re 7 x 4 / 4 re 10 x 1,5/ 2,5 re 10 x 2,5/ 4 re 10 x 4 / 6 re 12 x 1,5/ 2,5 re 12 x 2,5/ 4 re 12 x 4 / 6 re 16 x 1,5/ 4 re 16 x 2,5/ 6 re 21 x 1,5/ 6 re 21 x 2,5/ 6 re 24 x 1,5/ 6 re 24 x 2,5/10 re 30 x 1,5/ 6 re 30 x 2,5/10 re 40 x 1,5/10 re 40 x 2,5/10 re 3 x 1,5 re 3 x 2,5 re 3 x 4 re 3 x 6 re 3 x 10 re 3 x 16 rm 3 x 25 rm 3 x 35 rm 3 x 50 rm 3 x 70 rm 3 x 95 rm 3 x 120 rm 3 x 150 rm 3 x 185 rm 3 x 240 rm 4 x 1,5 re 4 x 2,5 re 4 x 4 re 4 x 6 re 4 x 10 re 4 x 16 rm 4 x 25 rm 4 x 35 rm 4 x 50 rm 4 x 70 rm 4 x 95 rm 4 x 120 rm 4 x 150 rm 4 x 185 rm 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 7x 10 x 12 x 19 x 24 x 27 x 1,5 re 2,5 re 4 re 6 re 10 re 16 rm 25 rm 35 rm 1,5 re 1,5 re 1,5 re 1,5 re 1,5 re 1,5 re caloric load kWh/m 1,04 1,33 1,49 1,55 1,71 1,92 1,72 1,90 2,14 2,22 2,41 2,58 2,74 2,80 3,19 3,26 3,69 4,17 4,68 0,55 0,61 0,67 0,85 0,99 1,23 1,60 1,83 2,30 3,03 3,98 4,70 5,63 6,95 8,44 0,67 0,73 0,82 0,91 1,06 1,49 1,95 2,30 2,88 3,80 4,96 5,74 6,97 8,58 0,79 0,88 0,99 1,10 1,29 1,59 2,42 2,84 0,92 1,25 1,40 1,96 2,47 2,69 Type (N)HXCH-E 90 orange dimension n x mm2 3 x 1,5/re 1,5 3 x 2,5/re 3 x 4/re 4 3 x 6/re 3 x 10/re 10 3 x 16/rm 16 3 x 25/rm 16 3 x 35/rm 16 3 x 50/rm 25 3 x 70/rm 35 3 x 95/rm 50 3 x 120/rm 70 3 x 150/rm 70 3 x 185/rm 95 3 x 240/rm 120 4 x 1,5/ 1,5 4 x 2,5/ 2,5 4x 4 / 4 4x 6 / 6 4 x 10 / 10 4 x 16 / 16 4 x 25 / 16 4 x 35 / 16 4 x 50 / 25 4 x 70 / 35 4 x 95 / 50 4 x 120 / 70 4 x 150 / 70 4 x 185 / 95 4 x 240 /120 7 x 1,5/1,5 10 x 1,5/2,5 12 x 1,5/2,5 16 x 1,5/4 21 x 1,5/6 24 x 1,5/6 NYSEY 6/10 kV 3 x 35/16 3 x 50/16 3 x 70/16 3 x 95/16 3 x 120/16 caloric load kWh/m 0,86 0,95 1,06 1,17 1,36 1,68 2,18 2,53 3,19 4,04 4,73 5,69 6,80 8,44 10,04

1,5 re 2,5 re 1,5 2,5 1,5 2,5 1,5 2,5 1,5 2,5 1,5 2,5 1,5 2,5 re re re re re re re re re re re re 1,5 re 2,5 re 4 re 6 re 10 re

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3 x 1,5/ 1,5 re 3 x 2,5/ 2,5 re 3 x 4 / 4 re 3 x 6 / 6 re 3 x 10 / 10 re 3 x 16 / 16 re 3 x 25 / 16 rm 3 x 35 / 16 rm 3 x 50 / 25 rm 3 x 70 / 35 rm 3 x 95 / 50 rm 3 x 120 / 70 rm 3 x 150 / 70 rm 3 x 185 / 95 rm 3 x 240 /120 rm 4 x 1,5/ 1,5 re 4 x 2,5/ 2,5 re 4 x 4 / 4 re 4 x 6 / 6 re 4 x 10 / 10 re 4 x 16 / 16 rm 4 x 25 / 16 rm 4 x 35 / 16 rm 4 x 50 / 25 rm 4 x 70 / 35 rm 4 x 95 / 50 rm 4 x 120 / 70 rm 4 x 150 / 70 rm 4 x 185 / 95 rm 4 x 240 /120 rm

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Type NHXHX black dimension n x mm2 1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 1 x 35 1 x 50 1 x 70 1 x 95 1 x 120 1 x 150 2 x 1,5 2 x 2,5 2x 4 2x 6 2 x 10 3 x 1,5 3 x 2,5 3x 4 3x 6 3 x 10 3 x 16 3 x 25 3 x 35 3 x 50 3 x 70 3 x 95 3 x 120 3 x 150 4 x 1,5 4 x 2,5 4x 4 4x 6 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 70 4 x 95 4 x 120 4 x 150 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 7x 7x 7x 12 x 12 x 12 x 19 x 19 x 19 x 24 x 24 x 24 x 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 caloric load kWh/m 0,22 0,28 0,28 0,28 0,39 0,53 0,58 0,69 0,81 1,03 1,14 1,39 0,69 0,78 0,89 1,00 1,19 0,78 0,86 1,00 1,08 1,28 1,53 2,25 2,56 3,19 3,94 5,14 5,89 7,25 0,89 1,00 1,14 1,28 1,50 1,86 2,64 3,00 3,92 4,81 6,25 7,14 7,14 1,03 1,14 1,31 1,47 1,83 2,17 3,14 1,17 1,31 1,50 1,69 2,00 2,31 2,36 2,69 3,14 2,86 3,28 3,97 Type NHXHX black dimension n x mm2 37 x 1,5 37 x 2,5 37 x 4 3 x 1,5/ 1,5 3x 4 / 4 3x 6 / 6 3 x 10 / 10 3 x 16 / 10 3 x 16 / 16 3 x 25 / 16 3 x 25 / 25 3 x 35 / 16 3 x 35 / 35 3 x 50 / 25 3 x 50 / 50 3 x 70 / 35 3 x 70 / 70 3 x 95 / 50 3 x 95 / 95 3 x 120 / 70 3 x 120 /120 3 x 150 / 70 3 x 150 /150 4 x 1,5/ 4 x 2,5/ 4x 4 / 4x 6 / 4 x 10 / 4 x 16 / 4 x 25 / 4 x 35 / 4 x 50 / 4 x 70 / 4 x 95 / 4 x 120 / 4 x 150 / (N)HMH-O/J 1 x 1,5 1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 2 x 1,5 2 x 2,5 2x 4 2x 6 2 x 10 3 x 1,5 3 x 2,5 3x 4 3x 6 3 x 10 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 16 16 25 35 50 70 70 caloric load kWh/m 3,92 4,69 5,53 0,78 1,00 1,11 1,33 1,58 1,58 2,31 2,31 2,61 2,61 3,33 3,33 4,11 4,11 5,33 5,33 6,11 6,11 7,50 7,50 0,89 1,03 1,17 1,31 1,53 1,89 2,69 3,06 4,00 4,89 6,44 7,36 8,97 0,16 0,19 0,23 0,26 0,33 0,41 0,30 0,34 0,43 0,51 0,74 0,33 0,40 0,52 0,64 0,87 0,41 0,48 0,67 0,77 1,02 1,37 1,98 2,35 Type (N)HMH-O/J dimension n x mm2 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 7 x 1,5 7 x 2,5 3 x 0,75 3 x 1,0 3 x 1,5 3 x 2,5 4 x 0,75 4 x 1,0 4 x 1,5 4 x 2,5 5 x 0,75 5 x 1,0 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 7 x 0,75 7 x 1,0 7 x 1,5 7 x 2,5 12 x 0,75 12 x 1,0 12 x 1,5 12 x 2,5 16 x 0,75 16 x 1,0 16 x 1,5 16 x 2,5 19 x 0,75 19 x 1,0 19 x 1,5 19 x 2,5 24 x 0,75 24 x 1,0 24 x 1,5 24 x 2,5 caloric load kWh/m 0,45 0,52 0,77 0,89 1,15 1,67 2,40 0,55 0,68 0,29 0,30 0,33 0,47 0,34 0,35 0,38 0,54 0,39 0,40 0,47 0,63 0,48 0,50 0,54 0,72 0,77 0,80 0,88 1,37 1,02 1,06 1,15 1,65 1,26 1,32 1,43 2,02 1,50 1,57 1,70 2,42

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Caloric load values of haloganated Cables and insulated wires

Type NYY dimension n x mm2 1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 1 x 35 1 x 50 1 x 70 1 x 95 1 x 120 1 x 150 2 x 1,5 2 x 2,5 2x 4 2x 6 2 x 10 3 x 1,5 3 x 2,5 3x 4 3x 6 3 x 10 3 x 16 3 x 25 3 x 35 3 x 50 3 x 70 3 x 95 3 x 120 3 x 150 4 x 1,5 4 x 2,5 4x 4 4x 6 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 70 4 x 95 4 x 120 4 x 150 5 x 1,5 5 x 2,5 5x 4 5x 6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 7x 7x 7x 12 x 12 x 12 x 19 x 19 x 19 x 24 x 24 x 24 x 37 x 37 x 37 x 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 1,5 2,5 4 caloric load kWh/m 0,22 0,33 0,33 0,33 0,42 0,58 0,67 0,81 0,92 1,17 1,31 1,58 0,69 0,78 1,00 1,11 1,31 0,75 0,83 1,08 1,22 1,42 1,69 2,14 2,47 2,60 3,08 4,06 4,47 5,42 0,83 0,94 1,25 1,42 1,67 2,03 2,89 2,61 3,31 4,08 5,11 5,69 6,97 0,94 1,08 1,44 1,64 2,00 2,39 3,42 1,08 1,22 1,67 1,56 1,78 2,53 2,06 2,44 3,42 2,56 2,94 4,33 3,39 4,00 6,03 Type NYCY, NYCWY dimension n x mm2 3 x 1,5/ 1,5 3 x 2,5/ 2,5 3x 4 / 4 3x 6 / 6 3 x 10 / 10 3 x 16 / 10 3 x 16 / 16 3 x 25 / 16 3 x 25 / 25 3 x 35 / 16 3 x 35 / 35 3 x 50 / 25 3 x 50 / 50 3 x 70 / 35 3 x 70 / 70 3 x 95 / 50 3 x 95 / 95 3 x 120 / 70 3 x 120 /120 3 x 150 / 70 3 x 150 /150 4 x 1,5 / 4 x 2,5 / 4x 4 / 4x 6 / 4 x 10 / 4 x 16 / 4 x 25 / 4 x 35 / 4 x 50 / 4 x 70 / 4 x 95 / 4 x 120 / 4 x 150 / A-2Y(L)2Y Bd 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 16 16 25 35 50 70 70 caloric load kWh/m 0,78 0,86 1,11 1,25 1,47 1,75 1,75 2,53 2,53 2,22 2,22 2,78 2,78 3,28 3,28 4,28 4,28 4,72 4,72 5,72 5,72 0,86 0,97 1,28 1,44 1,69 2,08 2,92 2,67 3,44 4,17 5,33 5,94 7,22 0,84 1,17 1,25 1,38 1,92 2,32 2,62 3,02 4,71 6,17 7,69 8,88 10,20 11,88 13,19 15,45 18,57 20,82 24,18 28,33 Type NYM dimension n x mm2 1 x 1,5 1 x 2,5 1x 4 1x 6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 2 x 1,5 2 x 2,5 2x 4 2x 6 2 x 10 3x 3x 3x 3x 3x 3x 3x 3x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 1,5 2,5 4 6 10 16 25 35 caloric load kWh/m 0,17 0,22 0,25 0,28 0,36 0,42 0,58 0,42 0,53 0,67 0,75 1,17 0,44 0,58 0,72 0,92 1,28 1,53 2,39 2,78 0,53 0,67 0,92 1,08 1,50 1,86 2,89 3,28 0,58 0,75 1,11 1,28 1,83 2,31 3,42 0,67 0,67

2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 150 x 2 x 0,6 200 x 2 x 0,6 250 x 2 x 0,6 300 x 2 x 0,6 350 x 2 x 0,6 400 x 2 x 0,6 500 x 2 x 0,6 600 x 2 x 0,6 700 x 2 x 0,6 800 x 2 x 0,6 1000 x 2 x 0,6

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Caloric load values of halogen-free and haloganated cables and insulated wires

Type JE-H (St) H Bd dimension n x mm2 2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 2 x 2 x 0,8 4 x 2 x 0,8 8 x 2 x 0,8 12 x 2 x 0,8 20 x 2 x 0,8 32 x 2 x 0,8 40 x 2 x 0,8 2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 2 x 2 x 0,8 4 x 2 x 0,8 6 x 2 x 0,8 10 x 2 x 0,8 20 x 2 x 0,8 30 x 2 x 0,8 40 x 2 x 0,8 50 x 2 x 0,8 60 x 2 x 0,8 80 x 2 x 0,8 100 x 2 x 0,8 2 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 4 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 8 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 12 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 20 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 32 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 40 x 2 x 0,5 mm2 caloric load kWh/m 0,12 0,18 0,23 0,33 0,64 0,81 1,05 1,34 1,50 2,01 2,53 0,28 0,39 0,58 0,86 1,17 1,78 2,08 0,12 0,18 0,23 0,33 0,72 0,81 1,05 1,34 1,50 2,01 2,53 0,16 0,29 0,35 0,55 1,21 1,36 1,67 2,19 2,44 3,18 4,07 1,0 1,4 2,1 3,1 4,2 6,4 7,5 0,20 0,34 0,72 0,89 1,08 1,36 2,03 2,59 3,06 0,39 0,66 1,27 1,56 1,81 2,26 3,23 4,15 4,68 Type J-HH Bd dimension n x mm2 2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 16 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 24 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 8 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 16 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 24 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 32 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 40 x 1 x 0,5 mm2 2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 16 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 24 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 2 x 2 x 0,8 4 x 2 x 0,8 8 x 2 x 0,8 12 x 2 x 0,8 16 x 2 x 0,8 20 x 2 x 0,8 24 x 2 x 0,8 28 x 2 x 0,8 32 x 2 x 0,8 36 x 2 x 0,8 40 x 2 x 0,8 44 x 2 x 0,8 48 x 2 x 0,8 52 x 2 x 0,8 56 x 2 x 0,8 60 x 2 x 0,8 64 x 2 x 0,8 68 x 2 x 0,8 72 x 2 x 0,8 76 x 2 x 0,8 80 x 2 x 0,8 caloric load kWh/m 0,22 0,33 0,39 0,53 0,81 0,97 1,11 1,36 1,72 2,00 2,39 3,06 3,72 0,28 0,45 0,78 1,08 1,36 1,64 0,11 0,17 0,22 0,28 0,39 0,44 0,50 0,67 0,81 0,94 1,17 1,42 1,69 0,19 0,28 0,42 0,58 0,72 0,83 0,94 1,17 1,28 1,39 1,50 1,61 1,83 1,94 2,06 2,14 2,25 2,36 2,47 2,72 2,83 J-Y(St)Y, JE-Y(St)Y Type J-YY Bd dimension n x mm2 2 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 16 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 24 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 1 x 2 x 0,6 2 x 2 x 0,6 3 x 2 x 0,6 4 x 2 x 0,6 5 x 2 x 0,6 6 x 2 x 0,6 8 x 2 x 0,6 10 x 2 x 0,6 12 x 2 x 0,6 14 x 2 x 0,6 16 x 2 x 0,6 20 x 2 x 0,6 24 x 2 x 0,6 30 x 2 x 0,6 40 x 2 x 0,6 50 x 2 x 0,6 60 x 2 x 0,6 80 x 2 x 0,6 100 x 2 x 0,6 1 x 2 x 0,8 2 x 2 x 0,8 3 x 2 x 0,8 4 x 2 x 0,8 5 x 2 x 0,8 6 x 2 x 0,8 8 x 2 x 0,8 10 x 2 x 0,8 12 x 2 x 0,8 14 x 2 x 0,8 16 x 2 x 0,8 20 x 2 x 0,8 24 x 2 x 0,8 30 x 2 x 0,8 40 x 2 x 0,8 50 x 2 x 0,8 60 x 2 x 0,8 80 x 2 x 0,8 100 x 2 x 0,8 caloric load kWh/m 0,11 0,17 0,22 0,28 0,39 0,44 0,50 0,67 0,81 0,94 1,17 1,42 1,69 0,15 0,17 0,20 0,23 0,26 0,28 0,29 0,33 0,38 0,40 0,43 0,47 0,52 0,69 0,77 0,92 1,20 1,41 1,83 0,19 0,25 0,31 0,38 0,43 0,50 0,56 0,75 0,81 0,87 1,00 1,13 1,45 1,70 2,08 2,65 2,84 3,92 4,94

JE-H (St) H Bd

JE-LiHH Bd

J-Y(St)Y, JE-Y(St)Y

J-H(St)H Bd

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J-H (St) H Bd

JE-Y (St) Y Bd

J-HLiHCH Bd

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caloric load kWh/m 0,00884 0,00973 0,01231 0,01600 0,01958 0,02931 0,04157 0,05014 0,05952 0,10655 0,13120 0,21506 0,25086 0,33443 0,40502 0,53553 0,61629 0,77025 0,94133 1,18313 0,04 0,08 0,09 0,11 0,14 0,16 0,19 0,24 0,27 0,25 0,28 0,32 0,41 0,45 0,48 0,48 0,46 0,51 0,57 0,68 0,05 0,09 0,11 0,13 0,17 0,20 0,22 0,29 0,32 0,30 0,34 0,38 0,48 0,54 0,59 0,58 0,55 0,61 0,66 0,85

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caloric load kWh/m 0,05 0,11 0,13 0,16 0,19 0,23 0,29 0,34 0,38 0,35 0,40 0,44 0,59 0,66 0,70 0,69 0,66 0,70 0,83 1,03 0,06 0,14 0,16 0,20 0,25 0,32 0,38 0,47 0,51 0,46 0,52 0,60 0,83 0,92 1,01 0,98 0,93 1,00 1,12 1,37 0,07 0,17 0,21 0,27 0,34 0,41 0,51 0,63 0,65 0,59 0,72 0,80 1,04 1,24 1,32 1,29 1,22 1,31 1,47 1,88

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caloric load kWh/m 0,10 0,29 0,27 0,35 0,45 0,54 0,68 0,80 0,90 0,81 0,94 0,16 0,46 0,52 0,57 0,71 0,88 1,02 0,15 0,53 0,58 0,74 0,87 1,00 1,25 0,17 0,64 0,73 0,89 1,07 1,23 1,58 0,24 1,01 1,08 1,30 1,64 2,04 2,46 0,29 1,28 1,32 1,64 2,04 0,36 1,76 1,81 2,15 2,53 0,42 2,28 2,25 2,77 3,36 0,55 2,72 2,81 3,42 4,11

HELUTHERMâ MULTI 145

1 x 10 2 x 10 3 x 10 4 x 10 5 x 10 6 x 10 7 x 10 1 x 16 2 x 16 3 x 16 4 x 16 5 x 16 6 x 16 7 x 16 1 x 25 2 x 25 3 x 25 4 x 25 5 x 25 6 x 25 7 x 25 1 x 35 2 x 35 3 x 35 4 x 35 5 x 35 1 x 50 2 x 50 3 x 50 4 x 50 5 x 50 1 x 70 2 x 70 3 x 70 4 x 70 5 x 70 1 x 95 2 x 95 3 x 95 4 x 95 5 x 95

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Caloric load values of halogen-free Security Cables and insulated wires

Type HELUKABEL MULTI-C 145

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caloric load kWh/m 0,05 0,12 0,12 0,15 0,18 0,21 0,24 0,27 0,31 0,30 0,35 0,39 0,48 0,54 0,05 0,14 0,15 0,18 0,21 0,25 0,31 0,35 0,39 0,38 0,43 0,49 0,62 0,69 0,07 0,16 0,17 0,20 0,24 0,30 0,36 0,41 0,46 0,44 0,50 0,57 0,74 0,82 0,08 0,22 0,21 0,28 0,33 0,41 0,48 0,58 0,66 0,63 0,72 0,80 1,08 1,19 1,32 1,30 1,27 1,37 1,53 1,71 1,85

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caloric load kWh/m 0,11 0,29 0,32 0,36 0,45 0,55 0,69 0,82 0,87 0,83 1,01 1,17 1,47 1,61 0,13 0,36 0,39 0,49 0,56 0,66 0,84 1,04 1,16 1,10 1,23 1,42 0,15 0,43 0,48 0,60 0,71 0,82 1,06 0,22 0,67 0,77 0,99 1,21 1,41 1,68 0,28 0,35

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Information and Installation Instructions

for UL and CSA cables

UL/CSA cables must be protected against mechanical, thermal and chemical damages. Installation in switchboards and control boards

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Cable connections to apparatus

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Main and Control cables It is depending on the type of connection to the apparatus if screw or press clamps are used.

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As american cables are not so flexible, the minimum bending radius must be taken into consideration during flexible installation.

For connections on machinery and equipment

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Permissible tube and conduit-1 : minimum-1 = 1/2" (inch) maximum-1 = 4" (inch) Minimum wall-thickness of the conduit = 1,9 mm Normal steel armoured tubes with transition socket PG-NPT is used. Further metal cable channels must also be used. The cables are permitted to be filled with only max. 50% cross-section of the cable channel. Flexible single cores must be installed in PVC tubes inside the conduits. If connectors are used, both the main and the control cables should be installed separately.

Conductor cross-section General rules

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minimum cross-section for

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Motor Cables AWG 14 Control Cables AWG 18 ­ in switchboards ­ in the installed system AWG 16

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This rule does not apply to electronic devices and systems. In case, the electronic cables and other circuits are installed together, all cables must be set for maximum voltage. Colour identification

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Delivery program:

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PVC tubes Metal tubes and glands Fixing material Steel armoured tubes. Black For main circuits, control- and subcircuits, direct connected to main voltage. * Blue For direct voltage- (d. c.), control- and subcircuits, which are connected to the main circuit. * Red For alternating voltage (a. c.), control and subcircuits. * Yellow or brown For interlock circuits from an external power source. * White or grey For current conveying earthed conductors at main, control and subcircuits. * Green or green-yellow For insulated earth-connectors as protective conductor.

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Cable Channels

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Cable channels in switchboards must be made out of a flame resistant PVC and must have enough spare space. Cable channels on machineries and equipment must be made out of metal. They must also be closed and oil resistant.

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Cable identification

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Cable identification is achieved through continuous numbers, letters or number/letter combination. The beginning and end of the cable have the same identification system.

Motor-driving voltages 200 / 230 / 460 / 575 V, 60 Hz Driving voltage Normally the driving voltage is 120 V, 60 Hz or lower. Transformers must be operated with separate windings.

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AWG-Wires and AWG-stranded conductors

Conductor make-up, cross-section, resistance and weight

AWG No. 36 36 34 34 32 32 32 30 30 30 28 28 28 27 26 26 26 26 24 24 24 24 24 22 22 22 22 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14 14 14 14 AWGmake-up n x AWG solid 7/44 solid 7/42 solid 7/40 19/44 solid 7/38 19/42 solid 7/36 19/40 7/35 solid 10/36 19/38 7/34 solid 7/32 10/34 19/36 41/40 solid 7/30 19/34 26/36 solid 7/28 10/30 19/32 26/34 41/36 solid 7/26 16/30 19/30 41/34 65/36 solid 7/24 65/34 26/30 19/29 105/36 solid 7/22 19/27 41/30 105/34 conductor make-up mm solid 7 x 0,05 solid 7 x 0,064 solid 7 x 0,078 19 x 0,05 solid 7 x 0,102 19 x 0,064 solid 7 x 0,127 19 x 0,078 7 x 0,142 solid 10 x 0,127 19 x 0,102 7 x 0,160 solid 7 x 0,203 10 x 0,160 19 x 0,127 41 x 0,078 solid 7 x 0,254 19 x 0,160 26 x 0,127 solid 7 x 0,320 10 x 0,254 19 x 0,203 26 x 0,160 41 x 0,127 solid 7 x 0,404 16 x 0,254 19 x 0,254 41 x 0,160 65 x 0,127 solid 7 x 0,511 65 x 0,160 26 x 0,254 19 x 0,287 105 x 0,127 solid 7 x 0,643 19 x 0,361 41 x 0,254 105 x 0,160 crosssection mm2 0,013 0,014 0,020 0,022 0,032 0,034 0,037 0,051 0,057 0,061 0,080 0,087 0,091 0,111 0,128 0,127 0,155 0,141 0,205 0,227 0,201 0,241 0,196 0,324 0,355 0,382 0,330 0,519 0,562 0,507 0,615 0,523 0,520 0,823 0,897 0,811 0,963 0,824 0,823 1,310 1,440 1,310 1,317 1,229 1,330 2,080 2,238 1,945 2,078 2,111 conductor outer-1 mm 0,127 0,152 0,160 0,192 0,203 0,203 0,229 0,254 0,305 0,305 0,330 0,381 0,406 0,457 0,409 0,533 0,508 0,483 0,511 0,610 0,582 0,610 0,582 0,643 0,762 0,787 0,762 0,813 0,965 0,889 0,940 0,914 0,914 1,020 1,219 1,194 1,245 1,194 1,194 1,290 1,524 1,499 1,499 1,473 1,499 1,630 1,854 1,854 1,854 1,854 conductor resistance Ohm/km 1460,0 1271,0 conductor weight kg/km 0,116 0,125

571,0 538,0 448,0 365,0 339,0 286,7 232,0 213,0 186,0 179,0 143,0 137,0 113,0 122,0 89,4 76,4 85,6 69,2 84,0 55,3 48,4 45,1 52,3 34,6 33,8 33,9 28,3 33,0 32,9 21,8 19,2 21,3 17,9 20,9 21,0 13,7 12,0 13,2 13,1 14,0 13,1 8,6 7,6 8,9 8,3 8,2

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0,178 0,196 0,284 0,302 0,329 0,45 0,507 0,543 0,71 0,774 0,81 0,988 1,14 1,13 1,38 1,25 1,82 2,02 1,79 2,14 1,74 2,88 3,16 3,4 2,94 4,61 5,0 4,51 5,47 4,65 4,63 7,32 7,98 7,22 8,57 7,33 7,32 11,66 12,81 11,65 11,72 10,94 11,84 18,51 19,92 17,31 18,49 18,79 Continuation "

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AWG-Wires and AWG-stranded conductors

Conductor make-up, cross-section, resistance and weight

AWG No. 12 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 8 8 8 6 6 6 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1/0 1/0 2/0 2/0 3/0 3/0 4/0 4/0 AWGmake-up n x AWG solid 7/20 19/25 65/30 165/34 solid 37/26 49/27 105/30 49/25 133/29 655/36 133/27 259/30 1050/36 133/25 259/27 1666/36 133/23 259/26 665/30 2646/36 133/22 259/25 817/30 2109/34 133/21 259/24 133/20 259/23 259/22 427/24 259/21 427/23 conductor make-up mm solid 7 x 0,813 19 x 0,455 65 x 0,254 165 x 0,160 solid 37 x 0,404 49 x 0,363 105 x 0,254 49 x 0,455 133 x 0,287 655 x 0,127 133 x 0,363 259 x 0,254 1050 x 0,127 133 x 0,455 259 x 0,363 1666 x 0,127 133 x 0,574 259 x 0,404 665 x 0,254 2646 x 0,127 133 x 0,643 259 x 0,455 817 x 0,254 2109 x 0,160 133 x 0,724 259 x 0,511 133 x 0,813 259 x 0,574 259 x 0,643 427 x 0,511 259 x 0,724 427 x 0,574 crosssection mm2 3,31 3,63 3,09 3,292 3,316 5,26 4,74 5,068 5,317 7,963 8,604 8,297 13,764 13,123 13,316 21,625 26,804 21,104 34,416 33,201 33,696 33,518 43,187 42,112 41,397 42,403 54,75 53,116 69,043 67,021 84,102 87,570 106,626 110,494 conductor outer-1 mm 2,05 2,438 2,369 2,413 2,413 2,59 2,921 2,946 2,946 3,734 3,734 3,734 4,676 4,674 4,674 5,898 5,898 5,898 7,417 7,417 7,417 7,417 8,331 8,331 8,331 8,331 9,347 9,347 10,516 10,516 11,786 11,786 13,259 13,259 conductor resistance Ohm/km 5,4 4,8 5,6 5,7 5,2 3,4 3,6 3,6 3,2 2,2 2,0 2,0 1,5 1,3 1,3 0,80 0,66 0,82 0,50 0,52 0,52 0,52 0,40 0,41 0,42 0,41 0,31 0,32 0,25 0,25 0,20 0,19 0,16 0,15 conductor weight kg/km 29,46 32,30 27,50 29,29 29,51 46,81 42,18 45,10 47,32 70,87 76,57 73,84 122,49 116,79 118,51 192,46 238,55 187,82 306,30 295,49 299,89 298,31 384,37 374,80 368,43 377,39 487,28 472,73 614,48 596,49 748,51 779,37 948,97 983,39

AWG-Wires (Solid-conductor)

AWG No. 44 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 Wire-1 mm 0,050 0,070 0,079 0,089 0,102 0,114 0,127 0,142 0,160 0,180 0,203 0,226 0,254 0,287 AWG No. 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 Wire-1 mm 0,320 0,363 0,404 0,455 0,511 0,574 0,643 0,724 0,813 0,912 1,024 1,151 1,290 1,450 AWG No. 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Wire-1 mm 1,628 1,829 2,052 2,304 2,588 2,906 3,268 3,665 4,115 4,620 5,189 5,827 6,543 7,348 AWG No. 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 Wire-1 mm 8,252 9,266 10,404 11,684

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US-American and British units

Conversion of usual measuring units

Units for cables and wires In the US the measurements are mainly used in AWG-numbers (AWG = American Wire Gauge). The AWGnumbers conform the british B&S-numbers (B&S = Brown & Sharp).

AWG No. 1000 MCM* 750 600 500 400 350 300 250 4/0 3/0 2/0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Crosssection mm2 507 380 304 254 203 178 152 127 107,20 85,00 67,50 53,40 42,40 33,60 26,70 21,20 16,80 13,30 10,60 8,366 6,63 5,26 4,15 3,30 2,62 Diameter mm 25,4 22,0 19,7 20,7 18,9 17,3 16,0 14,6 11,68 10,40 9,27 8,25 7,35 6,54 5,83 5,19 4,62 4,11 3,67 3,26 2,91 2,59 2,30 2,05 1,83 Conductor resistance Ohm/km 0,035 0,047 0,059 0,07 0,09 0,10 0,12 0,14 0,18 0,23 0,29 0,37 0,47 0,57 0,71 0,91 1,12 1,44 1,78 2,36 2,77 3,64 4,44 5,41 7,02 AWG No. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Crosssection mm2 2,08 1,65 1,31 1,04 0,8230 0,6530 0,5190 0,4120 0,3250 0,2590 0,2050 0,1630 0,1280 0,1020 0,0804 0,0646 0,0503 0,0400 0,0320 0,0252 0,0200 0,0161 0,0123 0,0100 0,00795 0,00632 Diameter mm 1,63 1,45 1,29 1,15 1,0240 0,9120 0,8120 0,7230 0,6440 0,5730 0,5110 0,4550 0,4050 0,3610 0,3210 0,2860 0,2550 0,2270 0,2020 0,1800 0,1600 0,1430 0,1270 0,1130 0,1010 0,0897 Conductor resistance Ohm/km 8,79 11,20 14,70 17,80 23,0 28,3 34,5 44,0 54,8 70,1 89,2 111,0 146,0 176,0 232,0 282,0 350,0 446,0 578,0 710,0 899,0 1125,0 1426,0 1800,0 2255,0 2860,0

4/0 is also stated: 0000; 1 mil = 0,001 inch = 0,0254 mm * for bigger cross-section the sizes in MCM (circular mils)

1 CM = 1 Circ. mil. = 0,0005067 mm2 1 MCM = 1000 Circ. mils = 0,5067 mm2

General measuring units

Length 1 mil 1 in (inch) 1 ft (foot) 1 yd (yard) 1 ch (chain) 1 mile (land mile) 1 mile (nautic mile) 1 mm 1m Area 1 CM (circ. mil) 1 MCM 1 sq. inch (sq. inch) 1 sq. ft. (sq. foot) 1 square yard 1 acre 1 square mile Density 1 cu. in. (cubic inch) 1 cu. ft. (cubic foot) 1 cu. yd. (cubic yard) 1 gal. (US gallon) 1 gal. (brit. gallon) 1 US pint 1 US quart 1 US barrel Temperature F (Fahrenheit) C (Celsius) Weight 1 grain 1 dram 1 oz (ounce) = 0,0254 mm = 25,4 mm = 0,3048 m = 0,9144 m = 20,1 m = 1,609 km = 1760 yards = 1,852 km = 0,039370 inches = 39,370079 inches = 0,507 ? 10­3 mm2 = 0,5067 mm2 = 645,16 mm2 = 0,0929 m2 = 0,836 m2 = 4047 m2 = 2,59 km2 = 16,39 cm3 = 0,0283 m3 = 0,7646 m3 = 3,785 l = 4,546 l = 0,473 l = 0,946 l = 158,8 l = (1,8 ? C) + 328 = 0,5556 ? (F ­328 ) = 64,8 mg = 1,77 g = 28,35 g = 0,4536 Kp 1 lb (pound) = 6,35 Kp 1 stone = 12,7 Kp 1 qu (quarter) 1 US-cwt (hundred= 45,36 Kp weight) 1 US ton (short ton) = 0,907t 1 brit. ton (long ton) = 1,016 t Force = 4,448 N 1 lb = 9954 N 1 brit. ton = 0,1383 N 1 pdl (Poundal) = 9,81 N 1 kp = 1,02 kp 1N Velocity = 1,609 km/h 1 mile/h = 1,852 km/h 1 Knoten = 0,305 m/s 1 ft/s = 5,08 ? 10­3 m/s 1 ft/min Energy = 0,282 kg/m 1 lb/mile = 0,496 kg/m 1 lb/yard = 1,488 kg/m 1 lb/foot Radiation absorbed dose = 1 J/kg 1 Gray = 10­2 J/kg = 1 Centi Gy 1 rad = 0,01 Gy = 100 Joule 1 Centi = cJ/kg = 0,01 Gy 1 rad = 1 ? 106 cJ/kg 1 Mrad Energie = 1,16 ? 103 kWh 1 kcal = 360 kcal 1 kWh Pressure = 68,95 mbar 1 psi (lb/sq.) = 6,895 ? 10­3 Nmm2

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= 1,0139 PS ? h = 2,684 ? 106 Joule = 746 W ? h 1 BTU (brit. therm. unit) = 1055 Joule = 1,0936 W/km = 3,28 W/km = 0,62 mF/km = 1,61 MW/km = 3,28 pF/m = 71,5 mN/m = 0,736 kW = 1,36 PS = 0,7457 kW = 1,31 hp

Electrical units 1 ohm/1000 yd 1 ohm/1000 ft 1 mF/mile 1 megohm/mile 1 mmf/foot 1 decibel/mile Power rate 1 PS 1 kW 1 hp 1 kW

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Current ratings for UL-CSA cables

Current ratings

PVC-insulated single and multicore wiring cables according to UL-AWM and CSA-TEW standards are used in switchboard and distribution cabinets of electrical equipments and as well as for the installation of machines and transformers in protecting tubes. PVC-insulation is allowed at maximum temperature range of 1058 C. The indicated values stated in the following tables are considered as guiding values. In critical situation the rules and recommendations for the current ratings should be followed.

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Cross-section mm2 0,21 0,33 0,52 0,82 1,31 2,08 3,32 5,26 8,35 13,29 21,14 Load rating A 3,5 5,0 6,0 9,5 20 24 34 52 75 95 120 AWG No. 3 2 1 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 250 300 400 Cross-section mm2 26,65 33,61 42,38 53,43 67,40 84,97 107,17 127 152 178 Load rating A 154 170 180 200 225 275 325 345 390 415

AWG No. 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4

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Cross-section mm2 0,21 0,33 0,52 0,82 1,31 2,08 3,32 5,26 8,35 13,29 21,14 26,65 33,61 42,38 Load rating up to 3 cores A 2 3 5 7 10 15 20 30 40 55 70 80 95 110 Load rating 4 ­ 6 cores A 1,6 2,4 4 5,6 8 12 16 24 32 44 56 64 76 88 Load rating 7 ­ 24 cores A 1,4 2,1 3,5 4,9 7 10,5 14 21 28 38 49 56 66 77 Load rating 25 ­ 42 cores A 1,2 1,8 3 4,2 6 9 12 18 24 33 42 48 57 66 Load rating 43 and above A 1 1,5 2,5 3,5 5 7,5 10 15 20 27 35 40 57 55

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Ambient temperature 8C 31 ­ 40 41 ­ 45 46 ­ 50 Load rating values of above tables correction-factors f 0,82 0,71 0,58

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List of UL-Styles

UL-Style No. 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1011 1013 1015 1017 1019 1020 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1037 1039 1040 1041 1043 1045 1049 1053 1054 1055 1056 1060 1061 1063 1095 1096 1098 1099 1107 1108 1109 1110 1113 1115 1116 1118 1119 1120 1122 1123 1124 1158 1159 1160 1161 1162 1164 1180 1181 1185 1195 1198 1199 1206 1208 1227 1228 1229 1230 1231 1232 1233 1235 1237 1239 1270 1271 1272 1279 1280 1283 1284 1287 1306 1308 Insulation Material PVC/Nylon PVC PE, FRPE PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC/Nylon PVC PVC PVC PVC/Nylon PVC PVC/Nylon PVC PVC/Nylon PVC PVC P/B PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC SR PVC PVC PVC PVC/Nylon PE PVC PE, FRPE PVC PVC, XPVC PVC, XPVC PE PVC PVC/Nylon PVC PVC PVC SR PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PTFE PTFE PVC/Nylon PVC PVC PTFE PTFE PVC PVC FEP PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC Voltage Volt 300 600 300 ­ ­ ­ 300 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 1000 1000 1000 1000 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 600 600 600 600 300 300 300 300 2000 300 300 300 300 300 600 300/600 600 300 600 600 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 600 300 300 600 300 300 600 600 300 300 not specified* 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 Temp. 8C 80 60 60 80 90 105 80 80 90 105 80 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 105 105 80 80 90 90 60 80 80 60 80 90 80 60 80 90 105 105 80 60 80 80 60 80 60 80 90 105 60 80 80 90 90 105 80 80 80 60 60 60 60 60 150 200 60 80 80 150 200 80 80 105 90 90 105 105 105 80 105 80 105 90 90 90 80 80 105 105 105 80 105

(Single core cables)

Insulation thickness mm 0,23 0,76 0,76 0,20 0,20 0,20 0,38 0,76 0,76 0,76 1,14 1,52 2,05 2,78 3,17 1,14 1,14 1,52 1,91 1,14 1,14 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,30 0,38 ­ 0,76 0,76 0,76 1,14 1,52 1,52 1,52 1,52 1,91 0,23 ­ 0,30 ­ 0,86 0,38 0,38 ­ 0,38 0,38 ­ 0,38 ­ 0,38 0,76 0,76 0,23 0,76 0,76 0,76 1,14 0,38 0,76 1,14 0,33 0,38 0,76 0,38 0,38 0,51 0,51 0,33 0,33 0,20 1,14 1,52 0,76 1,14 1,52/2,03 1,52 1,52 1,14 1,14 1,14 1,52 1,91 1,52 1,14 1,52 1,91 1,91 2,29 2,29 AWG Size 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 32 ­ 16 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 22 ­ 8 8­ 2 1 ­ 4/0 ­ ­ 18 ­ 8 8­ 6 8­ 6 1 ­ 4/0 22 ­ 8 8­ 6 26 ­ 10 26 ­ 10 26 ­ 10 26 ­ 10 24 ­ 20 22 ­ 16 22 ­ 16 20 ­ 16 20 ­ 16 20 ­ 16 20 ­ 16 18 ­ 10 18 ­ 10 20 ­ 10 20 ­ 10 18 ­ 10 30 ­ 16 20 ­ 18 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 10 18 28 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 22 ­ 8 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 30 ­ 4/0 30 22 ­ 20 22 ­ 20 22 ­ 9 8 22 ­ 16 22 ­ 9 22 ­ 9 32 ­ 10 28 ­ 10 18 ­ 16 30 ­ 4/0 26 ­ 14 26 ­ 10 26 ­ 10 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 32 ­ 14 18 ­ 8 8­ 2 26 ­ 8 18 ­ 8 8 ­ 4/0 18 ­ 8 18 ­ 8 22 ­ 19 22 ­ 19 18 ­ 9 8­ 2 1 ­ 4/0 7­ 2 18 ­ 8 8­ 2 1 ­ 4/0 18 ­ 12 8 8 UL-Style No. 1316 1317 1318 1319 1320 1321 1322 1327 1329 1330 1331 1332 1333 1335 1336 1337 1338 1366 1394 1400 1401 1402 1405 1408 1409 1410 1411 1412 1413 1414 1429 1430 1435 1436 1437 1438 1439 1444 1452 1453 1498 1499 1500 1508 1517 1523 1533 1536 1538 1542 1546 1558 1568 1569 1570 1575 1581 1586 1591 1592 1605 1609 1610 1612 1618 1624 1662 1680 1683 1692 1707 1708 1722 1729 1792 1847 1848 1860 1888 1908 1909 1926 1948 1967 1968 1986 1990 1999 10009 10011 10030 10032 10050 Insulation Material PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC PVDF PVC FEP FEP FEP FEP PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC/PVC PTFE PVC PVC PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon XPVC XPVC PE PE PE PE PE PVC PVC/Nylon PVC/Nylon PVC PVC PVC ETFE ETFE ETFE PVC XPVC FEP PE-PVC PE-PVC ETFE PVC PVC ETFE PVC PVC ETFE FEP FEP PVC ETFE ETFE PVDF PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PFA PFA TPR PVC PE, PVC FEP FEP PFA TPR PVC PVC PE. o. FRPE PVC PVC PVC FEP ETFE Zell. FEP Zell. FEP PFA PFA PFA FEP Voltage Volt Temp. 8C Insulation thickness mm 0,38 0,51 0,76 1,02 1,27 1,78 1,91 0,25 1,91 variable variable 0,38 0,38 0,76 1,14 1,52 1,98 variable 0,15 1,14 1,52 0,76 1,98 0,38 0,51 0,76 1,02 1,27 1,52 1,78 0,25 0,38 0,41 0,79 1,63 1,14 0,81 1,14 0,38 0,51 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,15 0,15 0,13 0,23 0,25 0,15 ­ ­ 0,10 0,23 0,38 ­ 0,76 0,38 0,20 0,41 0,41 0,10 0,13 0,25 ­ 0,38 0,25 variable ­ ­ 2,54 0,127 0,127 VAR 0,22 0,05 0,08 0,38 0,25 0,41 0,38 0,76 0,17 0,10 0,38 0,38 0,05 0,50 0,45 0,45 0,0254 0,025 0,38 0,457 AWG Size 26 ­ 12 10 8­ 6 4­ 2 1 ­ 4/10 250 ­ 1000 14 ­ 10 30 ­ 16 14 ­ 10 30 ­ 4/0 30 ­ 4/0 30 ­ 10 30 ­ 10 22 ­ 10 8 6­ 2 8 ­ 4/0 26 ­ 9 32 ­ 20 14 ­ 10 8 22 ­ 10 1 ­ 4/10 22 ­ 12 10 8­ 6 4­ 2 1 ­ 4/10 250 ­ 500 600 ­ 1000 32 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 18 ­ 10 18 ­ 12 10 22 ­ 9 22 ­ 9 22 ­ 9 32 ­ 20 32 ­ 20 32 ­ 20 30 ­ 10 30 ­ 10 32 ­ 20 24 ­ 10 20 32 ­ 20 30 ­ 16 28 ­ 10 24 ­ 8 18 ­ 8 14 32 ­ 6 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 min. 46 32 ­ 6 32 ­ 10 ­ ­ 30 ­ 16 18 ­ 1/0 18 ­ 1/0 3/0 min. 42 32 ­ 20 32 ­ 20 22 ­ 4/0 32 ­ 16 min. 40 min. 40 min. 24 32 ­ 16 ­ 26 ­ 4/0 26 ­ 4/0 30 ­ 16 min. 46 20 ­ 4/0 20 ­ 4/0 min. 50 30 ­ 4/0 min. 36 min. 36 min. 40 30 ­ 10 30 ­ 10 30 ­ 4/0

600 105 600 105 600 105 600 105 600 105 600 105 600 90 105 ­ 600 105 600 200 600 105 300 200 300 150 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 200 ­ 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 600 90 150 80 300 105 300 80 300 80 300 80 300 80 300 80 1000 90 1000 90 1000 90 600 80 600 90 600 105 30 105 105 ­ 105 ­ 80 ­ 80 ­ 125 105 10000 80 600 ­ 125 ­ 150 80 300 105 600 250 48 60 300 80 105 ­ 300 150 300 200 30 60 125 105 not specified* 105 125 150 300 80 160 80 300 80 105 ­ 80 ­ 30 80 30 200 not specified* 200 600 125 300 80 30 80 30 105 300 150 o. 200 150 200 300 125 300 80 600 80 300 60+80 60 60 30 60+80 60+80 ­ 30 80 600 105 300 150 300 150 30 80 300 250 600 250 600 150

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UL-Style No. Insulation Material Voltage Volt 2006 2007 2012 2015 2030 2031 2032 2089 2090 2091 2092 2093 2094 2095 2096 2097 2098 2099 2100 2101 2102 2103 2106 2107 2108 2112 2113 2114 2115 2116 2117 2121 2122 2123 2124 2125 2126 2127 2128 2129 2243 2261 2262 2263 2264 2265 2266 2267 2268 2269 2270 2271 2272 2273 2274 2275 2276 2277 2278 2279 2280 2317 2351 2352 2353 2354 2355 2376 2384 2385 2386 2387 2388 2405 2439 2448 2461 2462 2463 PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PE PE PE PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PE PE PE PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PE PE PE PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT PE PE PE PE PE PE PVC variable VAR VAR VAR PVC PVC PE variable PVC PVC PVC 300 300 300 300 600 600 600 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 600 600 300 300 300 600 600 600 300/600 300/600 300/600 600 600 600 600 600 600 300 300 600 (Isol.) 300 (Jacket) 600 (Isol.) 300 (Jacket) 600 (Isol.) 300 (Jacket) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 600 600 300 300 600 600 300 30 30 30 30 30 300 600 30 300 300 600 Temp. 8C

(Multicore cables)

Insulation thickness mm 1,14 1,14 1,52 1,52 1,91 1,91 1,91 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ 0,38 ­ 0,38 ­ ­ ­ 0,38 0,38 0,38 ­ ­ ­ 0,38 0,38 0,38 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,76 1,14 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,38 ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ¨ wie fur SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT as for SVT ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ AWG Size UL-Style No. 2464 2468 2474 2477 2483 2489 2490 2493 2498 2501 2502 2504 2507 2516 2517 2532 2535 2548 2549 2550 2551 2560 2564 2567 2570 2571 2574 2576 2582 2584 2586 2587 2589 2598 2606 2610 2614 2623 2626 2629 2630 2631 2637 2653 2654 2655 2656 2660 2661 2662 2668 2678 2704 2778 2789 2833 2835 2919 2920 2921 2930 2931 2937 3071 3075 3173 3199 3212 3213 3214 3239 3265 3266 3271 3272 3291 20063 20083 20601 Insulation Material variable PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC AWM PP PE PVC variable PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC PE PVC AWM AWM PVC PVC PVC PVC PVC AWM PVC PE PVC PVC PVC AWM VAR PE labeled Style 1007 AWM PE AWM PE AWM AWM AWM AWM AWM PVC AWM AWM AWM PVC AWM PVC PVC AWM AWM AWM PP PP AWM AWM AWM AWM AWM S/GB S/GB XLPE XLPE SiR SiR SiR SiR XLPE XLPE XLPE XLPE XPVC PE AWM AWM Voltage Volt 20 ­ 16 20 ­ 16 18 ­ 16 18 ­ 16 14 ­ 10 14 ­ 10 14 ­ 10 20 ­ 18 20 ­ 18 20 ­ 18 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 32 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 18 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 12 26 ­ 12 26 ­ 12 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 28 ­ 9 20 ­ 16 18 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 36 ­ 30 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 ­ 30 30 30 30 ­ 30 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 30 26 ­ 16 ­ 26 ­ 10 300 300 600 600 600 not specified* 300 600 30 600 600 600 300 30 30 300 300 600 30 30 125 600 600 ­ 30 150 150 125 600 600 30 300 300 300 30 30 30 300 125 not specified* 30 600 300 300 600 not specified* 300 600 30 30 30 150 30 30 30 30 30 30 not specified* 125 300 600 600 600 300 600 600 600 VAR 150 300 600 600 300 300 300 300 Temp. 8C 80 80 105 60 105 60 60 60 80 105 80 105 60 105 105 60 80 80 90 90 105 60 75 60 80 80 105 80 60 80 105 90 105 60 60 80 105 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 80 80 60 105 105 60 105 60 60 60 60 80 80 60 60 105 105 80 200 200 125 105 150 150 150 150 125 125 125 125 105 80 80 80 Insulation thickness mm ­ 0,38 ­ ­ ­ ­ AWM ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ AWM AWM ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ AWM ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ AWM AWG Size 30 32 ­ 16 26 ­ 14 33 ­ 16 26 ­ 16 18 min. 36 30 ­ 16 28 ­ 16 30 ­ 20 ­ 14 26 ­ 16 30 ­ 9 32 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 16 ­ 30 ­ 16 min. 40 min. 40 30 22 ­ 30 ­ 9 30 ­ 16 min. 40 30 ­ 9 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 9 30 ­ 9 30 ­ 9 see AWM requirements 30 ­ 16 30 see 1007 requirements min. 40 30 ­ 20 not specified* 30 ­ 16 30 ­ 9 min. 40 min. 40 36 ­ 6 36 ­ 6 33 ­ 10 36 ­ 6 ­ 36 ­ 6 33 ­ 10 min. 40 ­ 30 30 ­ 16 see AWM ­ 22 28 ­ 18 min. 40 min. 40 min. 40 min. 40 AWM 18 ­ 14 10 ­ 2 26 ­ 9 22 ­ 16 26 ­ 10 8­ 2 1 ­ 4/0 24 ­ 10 28 ­ 20 26 ­ 16 24 ­ 12 22 ­ 4 26 ­ 16 28 ­ 16 diverse AWG AWM

80 90 80 80 80 90 105 60 60 60 60 60 60 90 80 80 90 90 90 105 105 105 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 105 105 105 105 105 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 80 80 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 80 105 60 60 60 60 60 80 80 60 80 60 80

­ ­ labeled Style 1007 AWM ­ AWM ­ AWM AWM AWM AWM AWM ­ AWM AWM AWM ­ AWM ­ ­ AWM AWM AWM ­ ­ AWM AWM AWM AWM AWM 0,76 0,76 0,76 0,38 1,14 1,52 1,91 VAR 0,25 0,38 VAR VAR ­ 0,5 AWM AWM

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Characteristics* of insulating and sheath materials

Designation

VDE initialcode Abbreviations Materials Density Breakdownvoltage

Electrical

Specific volume resistivity Ohm ? cm KV/mm (208C) 208C 25 1013 ­ 1015 1012 ­ 1015 1012 ­ 1015 Dielectricconstant 50 Hz/208C 3,6 ­ 6 4 ­ 6,5 4,5 ­ 6,5 Dielectric loss factor tan d Working temperature

Thermic

Melttemperature Flame resistance Oxygen index LOI (% O2) Heating value H0 MJ ? kg­1

g/cm3 Y PVC Polyvinylchloride compounds Heat-resistant 908C Heat-resistant 1058C Cold resistant 1,35 ­ 1,5 1,3 ­ 1,5 1,3 ­ 1,5

permanent short time +8C 8C 8C ­ 30 + 70 +100 +120 +120 +100 +100 4140

23 ­ 42 Yw PVC 25 4 x 10­2 to 1 x 10­1 ­ 20 + 90 ­ 20 +105 ­ 40 + 70 2 x 10­4 ­ 50 + 70 ­ 50 +100 ­ 35 + 90 ­ 40 + 70 ­ 50 + 80 ­ 60 +105 ­ 10 +100 ­ 55 + 80 4140 self-extinguishing 4140 24 ­ 42 Yk PVC 1,2 ­ 1,4 25 1012 ­ 1015 1017 1017 1012 ­ 1016 1017 1016 1015 1016 1010 ­ 1012 41010 41014 4,5 ­ 6,5 2,3 4140 17 ­ 24 16 ­ 22 16 ­ 20

Yw

PVC

25

2Y

LDPE Low density Polyethylene

0,92 ­ 0,94 70

105 ­ 110

Thermoplastic

2Y

HDPE High density Polyethylene 0,94 ­ 0,98 85 VPE Cross-linked Polyethylene 0,92 50

2,3

3 x 10­4

+120 +100 +100 +100 +125 +140 +100 +140 +130

130

%22 42 ­ 44

2X

4­6 *1,55

2 x 10­3

­ 105 18 ­ 30

O2Y

Foamed Polyethylene

*0,65

30

5 x 10­4

3Y

PS

Polystrole

1,05

30

2,5

1 x 10­4 2 x 10­2 to 1 x 10­3 4 x 10­4

R

flammable %22 %22 20 ­ 26 %29 %25 flammable %22 high flash point 25 ­ 35 flammable %22 self-extinguishing 30 ­ 35 self-extinguishing self-extinguishing self-extinguishing self-extinguishing self-extinguishing self-extinguishing 40 ­ 45 30 ­ 35 495 495 495 %40 self-extinguishing %40

17 ­ 25

4120

40 ­ 43 27 ­ 31 42 ­ 44 20 ­ 26 20 ­ 25 23 ­ 28

4Y

PA

Polyamide

1,02 ­ 1,1 0,91

30

4

210

9Y

PP

Polypropylene

75

2,3 ­ 2,4 4­7 3,7 ­ 5,1

160

11Y TPE-E (12Y) TPE-O G

PUR

Polyurethane Polyester Elastomer Polyolefine Elastomer

1,15 ­ 1,2 1,2 ­ 1,4 0,89 ­ 1,0

20

2,3 x 10­2

150

40

1,8 x 10­2 30 2,7­ 3,6

­ 50 +100

190

150

NR SBR

Natural rubber Styrol-butadiene rubber compounds Silicone rubber Ethylen-propylene rubber-compounds Ethylene-vinylacetate copolymere-compounds Polychloroprene compounds Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene compounds

1,5 ­ 1,7

20

1012 ­ 1015

3­5

1,9 x 10­2

­ 65 + 60 ­ 60 +180 ­ 30 + 90 ­ 30 +125 ­ 40 +100 ­ 30 + 80 ­ 40 +135 ­100 +150 ­100 +205 ­190 +260 ­190 +260 ­ 30 + 70 ­ 30 + 90

+120

­

21 ­ 25

2G

SiR EPR

1,2 ­ 1,3 1,3 ­ 1,55 1,3 ­ 1,5 1,4 ­ 1,65 1,3 ­ 1,6

20 20

1015 1014 1012 1010 1012

3­4 3 ­ 3,8 5 ­ 6,5 6 ­ 8,5 6­9

6 x 10­3 3,4 x 10­3

+260 +160 +200 +140 +140

­ ­

17 ­ 19 21 ­ 25 19 ­ 23 14 ­ 19 19 ­ 23

Elastomere

3G

4G

EVA

30

2 x 10­2

­

5G

CR

20

5 x 10­2

­ +160

6G

CSM

25

2,8 x 10­2

10Y

High temp. materials

PVDF Polyvinylidene fluoride Kynar/Dyflor ETFE Ethylene-Tetrafluorethylene Fluorine ethylene propylene Perfluoralkoxypolymeric

1,7 ­ 1,9 1,6 ­ 1,8 2,0 ­ 2,3 2,0 ­ 2,3 2,0 ­ 2,3

25

1014 1016 1018 1018 1018

9­7 2,6

1,4 x 10­2

+160 +180 +230 +280 +300

4170

15

7Y

36

8 x 10­4

4265

14

6Y

FEP

25

2,1

3 x 10­4

4225

5

5YX

PFA

25

2,1

3 x 10­4

4290

5

5Y

PTFE

Polytetrafluorethylene

20

2,1

3 x 10­4

4325

5

halogen-free compounds

H

not halogen-free cross polymer-compounds linked cross halogen-free linked polymer-compounds

1,4 ­ 1,6

25

1012 ­ 1014

3,4 ­ 5

*10­3

+100

4130

17 ­ 22

HX

1,4 ­ 1,6

25

1013 ­ 1014

3,4 ­ 5

10­2 ­ 10­3

+150

­

16 ­ 25

=

* The characteristics valid for unprocessed material

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Thermic

Thermalconductivity W ? K­1 ? m­1 RadiationCorrosive resistance gases in case of fire max Mrad tensile strength N/mm2

Mechanical

Elongation at break % Shore hardness Abrasion resistance Water absorbtion %

Halogen

halogenfree

Weather

Weather resistance Cold resistance VDEinitialcode

Designation

Abbreviations Material

0,17

Hydrogen chloride

80

10 ­ 25

130 ­ 350

70 ­ 95 (A)

medium

0,4

no medium, in black: good

moderate good

Yw

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PVC

Polyvinylchloride compounds Heat-resistant 908C Heat-resistant 1058C Cold resistant

PVC

Yw

PVC

very good 0,3 10 ­ 20 400 ­ 600 43 ­ 50 (D) medium

YK

PVC

2Y

LDPE Low density Polyethylene

0,4 no 0,3 100

20 ­ 30 12,5 ­ 20 8 ­ 12 no 80 55 ­ 65 50 ­ 60 10 20 ­ 35 100 (500) 30 ­ 45 30

500 ­ 1000 300 ­ 400 350 ­ 450 300 ­ 400 50 ­ 170 300

60 ­ 63 (D) 40 ­ 45 (D)

good

0,1

yes good good conditional1)

2Y

HDPE High density Polyethylene

medium

2X

VPE

Cross-linked Polyethylene

0,25

­ 35 ­ 50 (D)

­ good

­ 0,4

­ medium good moderate good

02Y

Foamed Polyethylene

0,25

3Y

PS

Polystrole

0,23

­ 55 ­ 60 (D)

very good

1,0 ­ 1,5 0,1

yes

good good

4Y

PA

Polyamid

0,19

medium

moderate yes2) very good very good

9Y

PP

Polypropylene

0,25

no

500 ­ 700

70 ­ 100 (A) very good 85 (A) 70 (D)

1,5

11Y TPE-E (12Y) TPE-O G

PUR

Polyurethane Polyester Elastomer Polyolefine Elastomer

0,5

10

4300 1,5 10 20 55 (A) 70 (D)

good

1,5

yes

­

100 300 ­ 600

60 ­ 70 (A)

no

moderate very good

NR SBR

Natural rubber Styrol-butadiene rubber compounds Silicone rubber Ethylen-propylene rubber-compounds Ethylene-vinylacetate copolymere-compounds Polychloroprene compounds Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene compounds

0,22 no ­

50

5 ­ 10

40 ­ 80 (A) moderate 200 ­ 400 65 ­ 85 (A) 70 ­ 80 (A) 55 ­ 70 (A) medium 350 ­ 600 60 ­ 70 (A) 75 ­ 80 (D) 70 ­ 75 (D) 55 ­ 60 (D) 55 ­ 60 (D) 55 ­ 60 (D) very good 1,5 0,01 no no 1,0 yes

good

2G 3G good

SiR EPR

200

very good

­

100

8 ­ 12

250 ­ 350 400 ­ 700

good moderate good very good moderate very good very good

4G

EVA

­ hydrogen chloride ­ 0,17 hydrofluoric yes 10 50 ­ 80 40 ­ 50 15 ­ 25 25 ­ 30 80 50 10 ­ 20

5G

CR

6G

CSM

0,24

10

150

very good

0,02

very good

very good

7Y

ETFE

Ethylene-Tetrafluorethylene Fluorine ethylene propylene Perfluoralkoxypolymeric

0,26

yes

1

250

very good

0,01

very good

very good

6Y

FEP

0,21

yes

0,1

250

very good

0,01

very good

very good

5YX

PFA

0,26

yes

0,1

50

very good

0,01

very good

very good

5Y

PTFE

Polytetrafluorethylene

65 ­ 95 (A) 0,20 no 200 8 ­ 13 150 ­ 250 medium

0,2 ­ 1,5

yes

medium in black: good

average HX

cross- halogen-free linked polymer-compounds

halogen-free compounds

0,17

no

100

8 ­ 13

150 ­ 250

medium

H

not halogen-free cross polymer-compounds linked

High temp. materials

150

10Y

PVDF Polyvinylidene fluoride Kynar/Dyflor

Elastomere

Thermoplastic

1)

The propellent may be e.g. Fluor-Chlor-Hydrocarbon

2)

depend on the type compound

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International abbreviations

¸ Association Francaise de NORmalisation (France) ANSI American National Standards Institute (USA) AS Australian Standard (Australia) ASTM American Standard of Testing Materials (USA) BS British Standard (Great Britain) BSI British Standard Institution (Great Britain) BV Bureau Veritas (France) CATV Community Antenna Television (International) ´ CEBEC Comite Electrotechnique Belge (Belgium) CEE International Commission on Ruls for the Approval of Electrical Equipment (International Commission) CEI Commission Electrotechnique Internationale (International) CEMP Centre d'Etude des Matieres Plastiques ` (France) ´ ´ CEN Comite Europeen de Normalisation Electrotechniques ´ ´ CENELEC Comite Europeen de Normalisation Electrotechniques ´ ´ CNET Centre National d'Etude de Telecommunication (France) ´ CNOMO Comite de Normalisation des Moyens de Production (Kommission zur Normung von Werkzeugen and Werkzeugmaschinen ¨ in der franzosischen Automobilindustrie (France)) CSA Canadian Standards Association (Canada) CSTB Centre Scientifique et Technique du Batiment (France) ^ DEMKO Danmarks Elektriske Materielkontrol (Denmark) ¨ DIN Deutsches Institut fur Normung (Germany) DKE Deutsche Elektrotechnische Kommission im DIN und VDE (Germany) EN European Standards (Germany) FAR Federal Air Regulation (USA) AFNOR FTZ GOST HD HN IEC Fernmeldetechnisches Zentralamt (Germany) USSR-Standards Harmonisierungs-Dokumente (International) Harmonisation des Normes (France) International Electrotechnical Commission (International) IEE IEEE ISDN ISO KEMA LCIE MIL NEC NEMA NEMKO NEN NF NFC ¨ OVE SAE SEK SEMKO SETI SEV SNV TGL Institution of Electrical Engineers (Great Britain) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

International Organization for Standardization (International) Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialien (Netherlands) Laboratoire Central des Industries Electriques (France) Military Specification (USA) National Electrical Code (USA) National Electrical Manufacturers Association (USA) Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (Norway) Nederlands Normalisatie-Instituut (Netherlands) ¸ Normes Francaises (France) ¸ Normes Francaises Class C (France) ¨ ¨ Osterreichischer Verband fur Elektrotechnik (Austria) Society of Automotive Engineers Svenska Elektriska Kommissionen (Sweden) Svenska Elektriska Materielkontrollanstalten (Sweden) ¨ ¨ Sahkotarkastuslatios (Finland) Schweizerischer Elektrotechnischer Verein (Switzerland) Schweizerischer Normenverband (Switzerland) ¨ DDR-Standards: Technische Normen, Gutevorschriften und Lieferbedingungen (formerly GDR) Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (USA) Unificazione Nationale Italiana (Italy) ´ Union Technique de l'Electricite (France) Verein Deutscher Elektroingenieure (Germany) ¨ Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitatswerke e. V. (Germany) Zentralverband der Deutschen Elektrohandwerke e. V. (Germany) Zentralverband der Elektrotechnik- und Elektronik Industrie e. V. (Germany)

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Definitions: Classes of Stress (Duty) in Flexible Cables and Insulated Wires

The application of a flexible cable in certain areas as, or in, operating materials as well as for certain combinations of external influences that can occur in these areas, is described by the collective term "stress" or "duty". Suitable flexible cables and insulated wires are defined in the applicable equipment standards for the devices in question. On the basis of mechanical influences, as well the general expressions used, the term "stress" or "duty" is divided into the following categories. Normal stress / Ordinary duty ­ Normal stress is present when the cables are subject to low mechanical stresses in the areas of application, and the risk of mechanical damage is low, as is the case to be expected in the normal use of small to medium size equipment in domestic and commercial as well as in light industrial premises. Such equipment includes amongst others, vacuum cleaners, toasters, washing machines, refrigerators. Low stress / Light duty ­ Low stress is then present when the risk of mechanical damage and mechanical stress is low in the areas of application, as is the case to be expected for normal use of lightweight hand-held devices and lightweight operating materials in domestic households. Included in such equipment are radios, floor lamps, hairdryers, small desktop office equipment. Very low stress / Extra light duty ­ Very low stress is then present when the risk of mechanical damage and mechanical stress is very low and can be considered negligible, i.e. under those influences that are to be expected for lightweight appliances in households and offices; Cases of applications where the cables having a greater mechanical protection would restrict the freedom of movement by the appliance. Included in such types of appliances are electric clocks and electric shavers. High stress / Heavy duty ­ High stress is then present when the risk of mechanical damage or a mechanical stress is of medium severity appreciable, e.g. for normal use of equipment in moderately heavy branches of industry or agricultural workshops, and the temporary use of such at building sites. Included in such equipment are, amongst others, moderately heavy portable machinery and motors at a building site or in agricultural workings, large hot-water boiling installations, hand-held lamps, hoists, and fixed installations in temporary buildings. High stress (Heavy duty) in multi-core cables ­ Applications as for high stress, though primarily for use in areas of manufacturing facilities including toolmaking machinery, or mechanical handling equipment. The cables can be used inside or outside buildings for an ambient temperatures ranging from between ­258 C and +508 C and the stabilised conductor temperatures do not exceed +608 C Examples are for connecting a control unit to a production machine, connections between a control unit and a machine, e.g. in hoists or cranes where the cable length does not normally exceed 10 m. Longer cable lengths are permissible for fixed inter-connections.

Application: Indoor and outdoor use

The terms are in conjunction with the limiting conditions, such as for example, minimum and maximum operating temperatures, or the influence of the ambient temperatures, understood as being limited by the design and intended usage. This context is defined by "the intended environment". Indoor use ­ The cables are installed or connected to an apparatus device and can be used permanently in the building at all times, namely in "the intended environment". The building can be used for commercial, industrial or residential purposes. Outdoor use for a limited period ­ The cables may be used outdoors as "the intended environment" for short periods of time, e.g. connected to electric lawnmowers or drills. Permanent outdoor use ­ The cables are designed to resist the various stresses that can occur outdoors in "the intended environment" (including weather conditions).

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Fundamental requirements

The cables and insulated wires shall be of adequate safety for proper use in the intended manner such that these do not constitute any unacceptable risk to life or damage to property. The prevention of danger to persons and property during usage and storage of operating equipment means safety to include the detection of stress, risk and potential faults, as well as their rectification or a limitation to a minimum risk level. Unless otherwise specified, cables and insulated wires should only be used for the conductance and distribution of electricity.

General requirements

The choice in the selection of cables and insulated wires should be such that the voltages and currents prevailing in the operating equipment, a system or device used shall meet all operating conditions to be expected. The cables shall be constructed, installed, protected, used and maintained to prevent danger as far as its reasonably practical.

Limiting conditions

The limiting conditions in the DIN VDE and HD specifications shall be taken into account. An acceptable service life will be attained by compliance with the limiting conditions, depending on the circuit designed under defined conditions for use. The usable life of a permanently installed cable for power distribution is longer than that of a flexible cable. The influence by all of the factors given in the following sections must be considered as an interrelationship and not on an individual basis.

Selection of cables and insulated wires

The choice in the selection of cables and insulated wires shall be made such that these are suitable for the operating conditions as well as for all other external influences and compliance with the respective protection class. a) Operating conditions are, for example: ­ voltage ­ protective measures ­ grouping of cables ­ current ­ method of installation ­ accessibility b) External influences are, for example: ­ ambient temperature ­ presence of rain, water vapour or the accumulation of water ­ presence of corrosive, contaminating or other chemical substances ­ mechanical stresses (such as holes or sharp edges from metal constructions for example) ­ animal world (such as rodents) ­ plant world (such as fungal growths) ­ irradiation (such as sunlight). Note: The colour black provides a higher degree of protection than other colours.

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Requirements for cables

­ for permanent installation, and ­ for flexible applications

Requirements for fixed installation

In the normal case, cables for permanent installation have solid single wire or stranded conductors. In certain circumstances, e.g. for greater ease of installation, the conductor may be Class 5 according to HD 383 or DIN VDE 0295. Cables should not be in contact with, or close to, hot surfaces if the cables are not intended for such conditions. Cables should not be buried directly in the earth and should be fastened by a suitable means while making allowance for the maximum spacing between fixing points. The cable should not be damaged by any mechanical restraint used for its support . Cables which have been in use over longer periods of time may become damaged by movement. This can be caused by the natural effects of ageing on the physical properties of the materials used for the insulation sheath and jacket which can become brittle with time.

For flexible applications

Flexible cables are made up conductors consisting of multiplicity of small wires and are either stranded or bunched. These cables meet either Class 5 or Class 6 of HD 383 and DIN VDE 0295. Flexible cables should be used for connections to mobile operating equipment. The length of the connecting cable must be chosen such that response by the short-circuit protecting device is assured. The cable length should be as short as is needed for the practical application so as to reduce the risk of mechanical damage. In cases of applications where flexible PVC-sheathed cables are permissible, the use of spiral cables can be considered for shortening the effective length. Flexible PVC-sheathed cables are not necessarily suitable for processing further to spiral cables. Multicore control cables shall be protected against permanent bending stress. Abrasion, notches and sharp bends are to be avoided. Except for cables for connections to permanently installed operating equipment, flexible cables should not be permanently fixed (with the exception of heavy-duty cable designs for permanent installation in temporary facilities) unless these are contained in an enclosure affording mechanical protection. For a fixed installation, at least one cable should be used for "normal" stress. Flexible cables should not be subjected to excessive straining from tensile forces, compression, twisting or kicking. This applies in particular at the point of entry into the device, and strain relief or the point of connection to the fixed wiring. These should not be damaged by any strain relief or clamping device at points to the permanent installation. Flexible cables should not be placed under floorcoverings or carpets because there is the danger that this can cause thermal insulating effects, leading to increased temperatures, or that the weight of furniture from traffic can damage the cables. Flexible cables should neither be in contact with, or close to, hot surfaces nor extend into the immediate vicinity of such, as they are not suitable for this purpose. On account of their characteristics, this also applies in particular for PVC-sheathed and/or jacketed cables. The suitability of flexible cables for outdoor applications, either for short periods or continuous operation, is defined in the tables of the HD 516 and in DIN VDE Part 300. Flexible PVC-sheathed cables are not suitable for permanent use in outdoor applications. The types of structures for PVC-sheathed cables for short-term use in outdoor applications should not however be operated in conditions others than these, e.g. at temperatures lower than the specified temperature.

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Cables without a jacket may neither be used as a substitute for a jacketed cable nor as an extension cable. These shall principally not be used for connecting Class 2 equipment unless the cable in the constructional standard has been defined as a cable for extra light duty and the equipment standard explicitly permits this cable type. The corresponding VDE and HD regulations shall be observed for the cables used in deep mining operations, in quarrying as well as for moveable equipment, such as in cranes with spring-loaded reeling devices for example.

Voltage

The rated voltage for a cable is the reference voltage for which the cable is designed and which serves to define the electrical testing requirements. The rated voltage is expressed as the ratio of two values, U0/U, whereby U0 is the effective value (r.m.s.) of the voltage between any insulated conductor and the "earth" (metal covering of the cable or surrounding medium) U is the effective value (r.m.s.) between any two phase conductors of a multicore cable or of a system of single core cables. In an alternating current system, the rated voltage of a cable shall be at least equal to the nominal voltage to the value U0 and U. In direct current system, the rated voltage of the system shall not be higher than 1,5 times that of the nominal voltage of the cable. Note: The operating voltage of a system may permanently exceed the rated voltage for the cable by 10 %.

Current carrying capacity

The nominal cross-section of each conductor should be selected such that the current carrying capacity is not less than the maximum continuous current that flows through the conductor under normal conditions of operation. The limiting temperature with respect to the current carrying capacity should not be exceeded for the cable insulation and sheath concerned. Included in the defined conditions is also the method of installation for the cable used. The regulations for the permissible current rating shall be observed here for the current. Correction factors may also be included in the values given for the load rating to allow for other conditions, such as for example: 1. cable grouping 2. type of overcurrent protection 3. ambient temperature 4. reeled / drummed cables 5. thermal insulation 6. frequency of the current (if other than 50 Hz) 7. effects of harmonic waves Serious damage can be caused if cables are operated for longer periods of time above those limits given in the tables and can lead to early failure or considerable deterioration in the cable characteristics.

Thermal influences

Cables should be selected, located and installed so that the intended heat dissipation is not inhibited and they do not present a fire hazard to adjacent materials. The limiting temperatures for the individual cables are given separately in our catalogue. Under no circumstances may these values be exceeded by an interaction of internal joulean heat (to the material of the cable, connections and terminals) by the ambient conditions.

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Mechanical stress

Allowance shall be made for all possible mechanical stress that can arise during a normal installation process for laying cable in order to assess the risk of mechanical damage to cables.

The following values for tension should not be exceeded for each conductor in use. This applies up to a maximum value of 1000 N for the tensile stress of all conductors unless HELUKABEL has approved limits deviating from this value. 50 N/mm2 by permanent operation for fixed installation. 15 N/mm2 for flexible cables under static tension for fixed installation that are used in current circuits. It is recommended for those cases where the above values are exceeded, that a separate strain-relieving element or similar protection should be used. The connection of such a strain-relieving element to the cable shall be made such that the cable is not damaged. If flexible cables are subjected to dynamic tensile stress (including those due to the mass inertia, e.g. for reeling drums), the permissible tension or the fatigue life should be agreed between the user and HELUKABEL. Notes for cables which are installed vertically, without any intermediate support, can be found in DIN VDE 0298 part 300 and HD 516 S2, item 5.4.1, and Table 6.

Bending stress

The internal bending radius of a cable should be chosen such that the cable is not damaged by this. The internal bending radii are given in Table 6 of HD 516 S2 and DIN VDE 0298 part 300. The choice of bending radii smaller than specified shall be concurred with HELUKABEL. Attention shall be given when stripping the insulation that the conductor is not damaged by this as the bending characteristics will otherwise seriously deteriorate. The bending radii given apply for ambient temperatures of (20 + 10)8 C. The recommendations from HELUKABEL shall be enquired for ambient temperatures other than those given. For flexible cables and cords, particularly at terminations and at the point of entry of moveable appliances, it may be necessary to use a device which ensures that the cable is not bent to an internal bending radius less than that specified in Table 6 of HD 516 S2 and DIN VDE 0298 part 300. Bending too close to any internal and/or external anchorage shall be avoided. Kink-protection sleeves or other devices shall not impede the movement of the cores within the cable.

Compression

Cables shall not be compressed to an extent that this will damage the cable.

Torsional stress

In general, flexible cables are not designed for torsional stress. In those cases where such torsional stress cannot be avoided, then the design of the cable and the installation arrangements should be agreed between user and HELUKABEL.

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Compatibility

The following points shall be considered in the selection and installation of cables: ­ The avoidance of interference mechanical and electrical influences between adjacent circuits. ­ Dissipation of heat from cables, or the chemical/physical influences from the materials used for the cables on bordering materials, such as for example, constructional and decorative materials, insulation tubes, supports, etc. ­ Mutual interference by adjacent materials and the materials used for the cables. This applies for instance, for an absorption of plasticiser from PVC-sheathed cables by certain materials that are used for thermal insulation purposes, for strapping materials or for the equipment.

Dynamic stress

The possibility should be taken into consideration of damage to cables and fastenings for these, by the dynamic forces that can be caused by any current including short-circuit currents.

Storage/Handling/Transportation

Cables that are not intended for outdoor applications should be stored in dry indoor environments. A number of constructional types of flexible cables are particularly susceptible to moisture, such as screened cables for example. The ends of the cables should be sealed for the application and the expected duration of outdoor storage in order to prevent the penetration of moisture. The temperatures given in the tables in HD 516 S2 for storage shall be taken into account. If the temperature of the cable falls below recommended values, then all types of mechanical stresses, in particular vibrations, shock, impact, bending and torsional twist shall be avoided.

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Glossary of Terms: Cables and Wires

A

Acceptance angle ­ The half-angle of the cone within which incident light is totally internally reflected by the fiber core. It is equal to arcsin (NA). Aerial cable ­ A cable suspended in the air on poles or other overhead structure. Appliance Wire and Cable ­ A classification covering insulated wire and cable for internal wiring of appliances and equipment. Armoured Cable ­ A cable provided with a wrapping of metal for mechanical protection. ASA ­ Abbreviation for American Standards Association. Former name of ANSI. ASME ­ Abbreviation for American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ASTM ­ Abbreviation for the American Society for Testing and Materials. ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) ­ A new emerging data standard that uses many of the same data rates as Fiber Channel and SONET. Attenuation ­ The power drop or signal loss in a circuit, expressed in decibels (db). Generally attenuation increases (signal level decreases) with both frequency and cable length. AWG ­ Abbreviation for American Wire Gauge. A standard measurement of the size of a conductor. AWM ­ Designation for Appliance Wiring Material. Building Wire ­ Insulated wires used in building for light and power, 600 volts or less, usually not exposed to outdoor environment. Buffer ­ A protective coating over an optical fibre. A soft material extruded tightly over the fibre coating, mechanically isolates individual fibres. BUS ­ A network which functions like a signal line and is shared by a number of nodes.

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Cable ­ Multicore stranded insulated wires under protective sheath to conduct electrical energy e. g. power cable, telecommunication cable, installation cable, data cable etc. Cable Core ­ The portion of an insulated cable lying under the protective covering. Cable Sheath ­ A protecting covering over the cable core to prevent outer damages. Capacitance (Capacity) ­ That property of a system of conductors and a dielectric which permits the storage of electricity when potential difference exists between the conductors. A capacitance value is always positive. Capacitive Coupling ­ Electrical interaction between two conductors caused by the capacitance between them. CATV ­ Acronym for Community Antenna Television. CEBEC ­ Belgium approval agency; Comite Electrotechnique Belge Service de la Marque. CEE ­ European standards agency; International Commission on Rules for the Approval of Electrical Equipment. Cellular insulation ­ Insulating material in foamed or sponge form with the cells closed or interconnected. CENELEC ­ European standards agency; European Committee for Electrotechnical Norms. Chromatic dispersion ­ The speed of an optical pulse travelling in a fiber changes if its wavelength changes. Chromatic dispersion can be measured by the measurement of travel time at different wavelength. Circuit ­ The entire route of an electrical current. A complete path over which electrons can flow from the negative terminals of a voltage source through parts and wires to the positive terminals of the same voltage source.

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Bit ­ A binary digit, smallest element of information in binary system. Bit (Binary Digit) ­ A basic unit for the datas of a digital transmitting system. A group of 8 Bit is usually expressed as one Byte. Bit rate ­ The number of bits of data transmitted over a phone line per second. B & S Gauge ­ Standard for Brown & Sharpe Gauge. The wire diameter standard is same as AWG. Breakdown Voltage ­ The voltage at which the insulation between two conductors will break down. Performed as a type test in the laboratory. British Standard Wire Gauge ­ A modification of the Birmingham Wire Gauge and the legal standard of Great Britain for all wires. It is variously known as Standard Wire Gauge (SWG), New British Standard (NBS), English Legal Standard, and Imperial Wire Guide.

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Circuit Sizes ­ A popular term for building wire sizes 14 through 10 AWG. Circular Mil (CM) ­ Used to define cross-sectional areas of conductors. Area of a circle 1/1000 inches in a diameter. 1 mil (0,001 inch) is equal to square mil x 0,78540. Cladding ­ A low-refractive index, glass or plastic that surrounds the core of a fiber. Optical cladding promotes total internal reflection for the propagation of light in a fiber. Coaxial Cable ­ A cable consisting of two cylindrical conductors with a common axis, separated by a dielectric. The outer conductor or shield is commonly used to prevent external radiation from affecting the current flowing in the inner conductor. Coherent waves ­ The phenomenon related to the existence of a correlation between the phases of the corresponding components of two waves or between the values of the phase of a given component of one wave at two instants in time or two points in space. Colour Code ­ A system of identifying different insulated cores by means of colours, numbers, printing etc. Concentric lay ­ Cable core composed of a central core surrounded by one or more layers of helically laid insulated wires or cores. Conductor ­ A material capable of easily carrying an electrical conductivity. A wire or combination of wires not insulated from one another, suitable for carrying electric current. Control Cable ­ A multi-conductor cable made for operation in control of signal circuits. Copolymer ­ A compound resulting from the polymerization of two different monomers. Copperweld ­ Copper covered steel wire. Copper and steel welded together. The trade name of Flexo Wire Division (Copperweld Steel Corp.) for their copper-clad steel conductors. Cord ­ A small, flexible insulated cable. Cord Set ­ Portable cords fitted with a wiring device at one or both ends. Cord is a small flexible insulated conductor or group of conductors, normally not larger than AWG 10 ­ up to 4 cores. Core ­ In cables, a component or assembly of components over which other materials are applied, such as additional components, shield, sheath, or armour. Corona ­ A discharge due to ionization of air around a conductor with a potential gradient exceeding a certain critical value. A high voltage electrical discharge that attacks insulation. Crimp ­ Act of compressing a connector barrel around a cable in order to make an electrical connection. Cross-linked ­ Setting up the chemical links between the molecular chains. A form of polyethylen material whose moleculars are more closely linked to produce a greater balance of physical and electrical properties. (XLPE ­ compound) Crosstalk ­ Interference caused by audio frequencies. Undesired electrical currents in conductors caused by electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling from other conductors or from external sources. Also, leakage of optical power from one optical conductor to another. CSA ­ Abbreviation for Canadian Standards Association, a non-profit independent organization which operates a listing service for electrical and electronic materials and equipment. The Canadian counterpart of the Underwriter's Laboratories. Current ­ Flow of electricity measured in amperes. Practical unit is the ampere which represents the transfer of one coulomb per second. Current rating ­ The maximum continuous electrical flow of current recommended by a given wire in a given situation, expressed in amperes. Cut off wavelength ­ For a singlemode fiber, the wavelength above which the fiber exhibits singlemode operation.

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dB ­ see decibel D. C. ­ Abbreviation for direct current (D ­ C), Electricity that flows in one direction only. Decibel (dB) ­ One-tenth of a bel. Unit to express differences of power level. Example: The decibel is 10 times the common logarithm of the power ratio. It is used to express power gain in amplifiers or power loss in passive circuits or cables. DEMKO ­ Approval agency of Denmark. Denmarks Elektriske Material Kontrol. Dielectric Breakdown ­ The voltage required to cause an electrical failure or breakthrough of the insulation.

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Dielectric Strength ­ The maximum voltage insulation can withstand without rapture. Usually expressed as a voltage gradient, e. g. volts per mil. Dispersion ­ A general term for those phenomena that cause a broadening or spreading of light as it propagates through an optical fiber. The three types are modal, material, and waveguide Drain Wire ­ An uninsulated wire used as an earth connection. This is generally laid over the component or under the screening, braiding etc. Duct ­ An underground or overhead tube or conduit for carrying electrical cables. Ferrule ­ A component of a connector that holds fiber in place and aids in its alignment, usually cylindrical in shape with a hole through the center. Filled Cable ­ A telephone cable construction in which the cable core is filled with a material that will prevent moisture from entering or passing through the cable. Fine Stranded Wire ­ Stranded wire with component strands of 36 AWG or smaller. Flame Resistance ­ The ability of a material not to propagate flame once the heat source is removed. Flammability ­ The measure of the material's ability to support combustion. Flat Cable ­ A cable in flat form, where the cores lying parallel longitudinally but essentially with flat surfaces. Foamed Plastics ­ Insulations having a cellular structure. Foils ­ A thin supporting film of continuous sheet such as plastic foil, metal foil, laminated foil etc. for static shielding, contacts and other electrical applications. FR-1 ­ A flammability rating established by Underwriters Laboratories for wires and cables that pass a specially designed vertical flame test. This designation has been replaced by VW-1. FRNC ­ Flame Retardant Non Corrosive

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EIA ­ Abbreviation for Electronic Industries Association. Elastomer ­ Any material that will return to its original size after stretching. Elastomer is a rubber or rubber-like material which will stretch repeatedly to 200 percent or more and return rapidly with force to its approximate original shape. Electromagnetic Coupling ­ Energy transfer by means of a varying magnetic field. Electromagnetic Induction ­ The production of a voltage in a coil due to a change in the number of magnetic lines of force (flux linkages) passing through the coil. Elongation ­ The fractional increase in the length of a material stressed in tension. EMC ­ Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMV). EMF ­ Abbreviation for Electro Motive Force ­ force determinating flow of electricity (voltage). EMI ­ Any electrical or electromagnetic interference that causes undesirable response, degradation, or failure in electronic equipment. Optical fibers neither emit or receive EMI. EMV ­ Designation for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). EPR ­ Ethylene-propylene copolymer rubber. The copolymer is chemically cross-linked. ETFE ­ Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene

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Gauge ­ A term used to denote the physical size of a wire. Graded-index fiber ­ An optical fiber whose core has a nonuniform index of refraction. The core is composed of concentric rings of glass whose refractive indices decrease from the center axis. The purpose is to reduce modal dispersion and thereby increase fiber bandwidth. Ground Conductor ­ An electrical conductor for the connection to the earth, making a complete electrical circuit.

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Helix ­ A continuous spiral winding. Henry ­ The unit of inductance (H).

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FDDI ­ Fiber Distributed Data Interface. Very high speed Computer Network working with fiber optics. FEP ­ Fluorinated ethylene propylene

Hertz (Hz) ­ A unit of measurements of the frequency equal to one cycle per second. High Temperature Wire and Cable ­ Electrical wire and cables having thermal operating characteristics of 1508 C and higher.

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Hi-Pot ­ A test designed to determine the highest voltage that can be applied to a conductor without electrically breaking down the insulation. High Voltage ­ Generally, a wire or cable with an operating voltage of 600 volts and above. Hook-up Wire ­ Single conductor used to hook-up electrical parts of instruments for low current and voltage (under 1000 volts). Hybrid Cable ­ Multi-conductor cable containing two or more types of components. Hypalon ­ Du Pont's trade name for their chlorosulfonated polyethylene, an ozone resistant synthetic rubber (908 C). Hz ­ Abbreviation for Hertz. Jumper ­ A short length of conductor used to make a temporary connection between terminals, around a break in a circuit, or around an instrument.

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KEMA KEUR ­ Approval agency of Netherlands. Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialien. KV ­ Abbreviation for kilovolt = 1000 volts. KVA ­ Abbreviation for kilovolt ampere = 1000 volts x amperes. KW ­ Abbreviation for kilowatt = 1000 watt. Kynar ­ Fluorocarbon insulation rated ­658 C to +1358 C, typically used as insulation for wire wrapwire. A Pennwalt trade name for polyvinylidene floride.

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ICEA ­ Abbreviation for Insulated Cable Engineers Association. IEC ­ European Standardization agency; International Electrotechnical Commission. IEEE ­ Abbreviation for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Impedance ­ Resistance to flow of an alternating current at a particular frequency, expressed in ohms. It is a combination of resistance R and reactance X, measured in ohms. Index profile ­ A graded-index optical fiber, the refractive index as a function of radius. Induction ­ An influence exerted by a charged body or by a magnetic field on adjacent bodies without apparent communication. Inductive Coupling ­ Crosstalk resulting from the action of the electromagnetic field of one conductor on the other. Insulation ­ A non-conducting substance, named as dielectric, surrounding the conductor. Interface ­ The two surfaces on the contact side of both halves of a multiple-contact connector which face each other when the connector is assembled. Common interconnection point for devices, e. g. RS232 Interface: Mouse-Personalcomputer. ISDN ­ Integrated Services Digital Network. A standard protocol for digital telecommunications transmissions.

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Laser ­ Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. An electro-optic device that produces coherent light with a narrow range of wavelengths, typically centered around 780 nm, 1310 nm, or 1550 nm. Laminated Tape ­ A tape consisting of two or more layers of different materials bonded together. LAN = Local Area Network ­ A network located in a localised area e. g. in an office, building, complex buildings whose communication technology provides a high-bandwidth, low-cost medium to which many nodes can be connected. LED ­ Light Emitting Diode. LOCA ­ Abbreviation for Loss of Coolant Accident, a system malfunction associated with nuclear generating stations. Loop Resistance ­ The total resistance of two conductors in a closed circuit, measured round trip from one end. Loss Factor ­ The loss factor of an insulating material is equal to the product of its dissipation and dielectric constant.

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MCM ­ Cross-section of greater AWG-sizes. 1 MCM = 1000 circular mils = 0,5067 mm2. Meg or Mega ­ Prefix meaning 1 million = 1.000 000 = 106.

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Jacket ­ An overall covering of a cable, called also sheath ­ which protects against the environment and stress.

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Megarad ­ A unit for measuring radiation dosage. 1 megarad = one million rads = 106 rad or 106 cJ/kg. Mho ­ The unit of conductivity. The reciprocal of an ohm. MHz ­ One million cycles per second = megahertz = 106 Hz. Modem ­ Abbreviation for Modulator/Demodulator. Device which allows to transmit electrical data via analogues transmission paths with limited bandwidth, e. g. Computer data via telephone lines. MTW ­ An acronym for thermoplastic insulated Machine Tool Wire. Multi-conductor ­ A combination of two or more conductors in a cable under jacket. Multimode-Fiber ­ A type of optical fiber that supports more than one propagation mode. Mutal Capacitance ­ Capacitance between two conductors when all other conductors are connected together to shield and ground. Mylarâ ­ Du Pont trademark for polyester material. NFPA ­ Abbreviation for National Fire Protection Association. Administrative Sponsor of the National Electric Code (ANSI Standards Committee CI). Numerical Aperture NA ­ The "light-gathering ability" of a fiber, defining the maximum angle to the fiber axis at which light will be accepted and propagated through the fiber. NA = sin f, where f is the acceptance angle. Nylon ­ A group of polyamide polymers, used for wire and cable jacketings with good chemical and abrasion resistance.

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Ohm ­ The electrical unit of resistance. The value of resistance through which a potential difference of one volt will maintain a current of one ampere. Optical Fiber ­ Any filament or fiber, made of dielectric materials, that guides light, whether or not it is used to transmit signals. Synonym: optical waveguide. OSHA ­ Abbreviation for Occupational Safety and Health Act. Specifically the Williams-Steiger law passed in 1970 covering all factors relating to safety in places of employment. OVE ­ Approval agency of Austria. Oesterreichischer ¨ Verband fur Elektrotechnik. Overlap ­ A certain portion of a foil or band which laps over the leading edge of a helical or longitudinally wrapping tape. Ozone ­ A faintly blue gasious, reactive form of oxygen, obtained by the silent discharge of electricity in ordinary oxygen or in air. Ozone Index ­ Percentage of oxygen necessary to support combustion in gas mixture.

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National Electric Code Article 725 ­ The NEC Article which covers remote control, signal and communication power limited circuits that are not an integral part of the device or appliance. National Electric Code Article 760 ­ The NEC Article which covers the fire and burglar alarms installation of wire and equipment operating at 600 Volts or less. National Electric Code (NEC) ­ A set of regulations governing construction and installation of electrical wiring and apparatus in the United States, established by the American National Board of Fire Underwriters. NEMA ­ National Electrical Manufacturers Association. NEMKO ­ Approval agency of Norway. Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll. Neoprene ­ A synthetic rubber of thermosetting material with good resistance to oil, chemical, and flame, known as polychloroprene ­ mostly used as jacketing. Neper ­ An electrical unit similar to decibel, used to express the ratio between two amount of power existing at two distinct points. 1 Neper = 8,686 decibels.

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Pair ­ 2 insulated wires twisted together in a certain lay-length to built a single circuit of transmission line. Patch Cable ­ A cable with plugs or terminals on each end of the conductors to temporarily connect circuits of equipment together. In the IBM Cabling System, a length of Type 6 cable with data connectors on both ends. Patch Cord ­ A flexible piece of electrical cord terminated at both ends with plugs, used for interconnecting circuits on a pasteboard. Patch Panel ­ Distribution area to rearrange fiber connections and circuits.

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pH ­ The measure of acidity or alkalinity of a substance. PH values are described from 0 to 14. Value 7 indicate the neutrality. Numbers below 7 result increasing acidity and number greater than 7 increasing alkalinity. Pick ­ Distance between two adjacent crossover points of braiding wires or filaments, measured in picks per inch. Pigtail ­ A short length of optical fiber, permanently fixed to a component, used to couple power between the component and a transmission fiber. Plenum ­ The air return way of a central air handling system, either ductwork or open space over a dropped ceiling. Plenum Cable ­ Cable approved by Underwriters Laboratories for installation in plenums without the need for conduit. Plug ­ The part of the two mating halves of a connector which is movable when not fastened to the other mating half. Polychloroprene ­ Chemical name of neoprene. A rubber-like compound for jacketing and also for insulating where cables are subject to rough usage, oils, moisture, solvents, greases and chemicals. Polyester (PETP) ­ A resin formed by the reaction between a dibasic acid and a dithydroxy alcohol. Polyethylene terephthalate, used extensively as a moisture resistant cable core wrap. Polyethylene (PE) ­ This material is basically pure hydrocarbon resins with excellent dielectric properties, i. e. low dielectric constant, low dielectric loss across the frequency spectrum, mechanically rugged and resists abrasion and cold flow. The insulating materials derived from polymerization of ethylene gas. Polyerm ­ A material of high molecular weight formed by polymerization of lower molecular weight molecules. Polyolefin ­ A group of thermoplastics based upon the unsaturated hydrocarbons, known as olefins. When combined with butylene or styrene polymers, the form compounds such as polyethylene and polypropylene. Polypropylene (PP) ­ A thermoplastic similar to polyethylene but stiffer and having higher softening point (temperature); excellent electrical properties. Polyurethane (PUR) ­ Class of polymers known for good abrasion and solvent resistance. A copolymer of urethane is similar in properties to neoprene, usually used as a coldcuring moulding compound. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) ­ This is a group of thermoplastic compounds composed of polymers of polyvinyl chloride or its polymer, vinylacetate, in combination with certain stabilizers, fillers, plasticizers, pigments etc., widely used for wire and cable insulations and several jackets. Power Cables ­ Cables of several sizes, construction, and insulation, single or multi-conductor, designed to distribute primary power to various types of equipment, such as cables ^0,6/1 kV. Power Factor ­ The ratio between the true power in watts and the apparent power in volts ­ amperes. Primary Coating ­ The plastic coating applied directly to the cladding surface of the fiber during manufacture to preserve the integrity of the surface. Printed Wiring ­ A printed circuit intended to provide point-to-point electrical connections. Propagation ­ Delay time required for an electrical wave to travel between two points on a transmission line.

R

Rayleigh Scattering ­ The scattering of light that results of from small inhomogeneities in material density or composition. Reel ­ A revolvable flanged device made of wood or metal, used for winding of wires or cables. Refractive index ­ The ratio of the velocity of light in a vacuum to its velocity in the medium. Synonym: Index of Refraction. Resistance ­ Property of an electric circuit which determines for a given current the rate at which electric energy is converted into a heat and has a value, is measured in ohms. RG/U ­ Abbreviation for Radio Government, Universal. RG is the military designation for coaxial cable in Mil-C-17. R = Radio, G = Guide, U = Utility. Ribbon Cable ­ A flat cable consisting of two or more insulated conductors laid parallel in one plane and held together by means of adhesive or woven textile yarns. RMS (Root Mean Square) ­ The effektive value of an alternating current or voltage. Rubber (Wire Insulation) ­ Term used to describe wire insulations made of thermosetting elastomers, occur naturally or may be made synthetically.

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Glossary of Terms: Cables and Wires

S

S ­ Rubber insulated heavy duty flexible cable, stranded copper wires with separator. Two or more colour coded, stranding with filler, wrapped with separator, rubber jacket. 600 V. Semi-Rigid ­ A cable containing a flexible inner core and a relatively inflexible sheathing. Semi-Rigid PVC ­ A hard semi-flexible polyvinylchloride compound with low plasticizer content, (shore A ^97), for Termi-Point ­ connecting technique. Semi-Solid ­ An insulation cross-section having a partially open space between the conductor and the insulation perimeter. SEMKO ­ Approval agency of Sweden. Separator ­ A layer of insulating material which is placed between a conductor and its dielectric, between a cable jacket and the component it covers, or between various components of a multiple-conductor cable. Silicone ­ A thermosetting elastomer with excellent heat-resistant. Polymeric materials in which the recuring chemical groups contain silicon and oxygen atoms at links in the main chain. Simplex ­ Transmission only in one direction. Singlemode-Fiber ­ A small-core optical fiber that supports only one mode of light propagation above the cutoff wavelength. Typical diameter is 9 ­ 10 mm, the dispersion very low. Singlemode fibers are proper for long distance transmissions. SJ ­ Junior hard service, rubber-insulated pendant or portable cord. Same construction as type S, but 300 V. Jacket thickness different. SJO ­ Same as SJ, but neoprene, oil resistant compound outer jacket. Can also be made "waterresistant" 300 V, 608 C. SJT ­ Junior hard service thermoplastic or rubberinsulated conductors with overall thermoplastic jacket. 300 V, 608 C to 1058 C. SJTO ­ Same as SJT but oil resistant thermoplastic outer jacket. 608 C. SO ­ Hard service cord, same construction as type S except oil resistant neoprene jacket. 600 V, 608 C to 908 C. Solid Conductor ­ A conductor consisting of a single wire. SONET ­ Synchronous Optical Network. SP-1 ­ All rubber, parallel-jacketed, two-conductor light duty cord for pendant or portable use in damp locations. 300 V. SP-2 ­ Same as SP-1, but heavier construction, with or without third conductor for grounding purposes. 300 V. SP-3 ­ Same as SP-2, but heavier construction for refrigerators or room air conditioners. 300 V. SPT-1 ­ Same as SP-1, except all-thermoplastic. 300 V. With or without third conductor for grounding. SPT-2 ­ Same as SP-2, except all-thermoplastic. 300 V. With or without third conductor for grounding. SPT-3 ­ Same as SP-3, except all-thermoplastic. 300 V. With or without third conductor for grounding. Spark Test ­ A test designed to locate pinholes in an insulated wire by application of an electrical potential across the material for a very short period of time while the wire is drawn through an electrode field. Splice ­ An interconnection method for joining the ends of two optical fibers in a permanent or semipermanent fashion. Maybe thermally fused or mechanically applied. ST ­ Hard service cord, jacketed, same as type S, except all-plastic design. 600 V, 608 C to 1058 C. Step index Fiber ­ An optical fiber, either multimode or singlemode, in which the core refractive index is uniform throughout so that a sharp step in refractive index occurs at the core-to-cladding interface. STO ­ Same as ST but with oil resistant thermoplastic outer jacket. 600 V, 608 C. SV ­ Vacuum cleaner cord, two or three-conductor, rubber-insulated. Overall rubber jacket. For light duty in damp locations. 300 V, 608 C. SVO ­ Same as SV except neoprene jacket. 300 V, 608 C. SVT ­ Same as SV except all-plastic, construction. With or without third conductor for grounding purposes only. 300 V, 608 C to 908 C.

T

Tape Wrap ­ A spirally applied tape over an insulated or uninsulated wire. Tear Strength ­ The force required to initiate or continue a tear in a material under specified conditions.

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Temperature Rating ­ The maximum temperature at which an insulating material may be used in continuous operation without loss of its basic properties. TEW ­ Canadian Standard Association type appliance wires. Solid or stranded single conductor, plastic-insulated. 600 V, 1058 C. TF ­ Fixture wire, thermoplastic-covered solid or 7 strands. 608 C. TFE ­ Tetrafluoroethylene. TFF ­ Same as TF but flexible stranding. 608 C. THHN ­ 908 C, 600 V nylon jacketed building wire. Thermocouple Lead Wire ­ An insulated pair of wires used from the couple to a junction box. Thermoplastic ­ A material which softens when heated and becomes firm on cooling. THW ­ Thermoplastic vinyl insulated building wire. Flame-retardant, moisture and heat-resistant 758 C. Dry and wet locations. THWN ­ Same as THW but with nylon jacket overall. 758 C. Transmission ­ Transfer of electric energy from one location to another through conductors or by radiation or induction fields. Tray Cable ­ A factory-assembled multi-conductor or multipair control cable approved under the National Electrical Code for installation in cable trays. Triaxial Cable ­ A three-conductor cable constructed in three coincident axes, of which one conductor in the centre, second circular conductor concentric with the first and the third circular conductor insulated from the concentric with the first and second, usually with insulation, a braiding and a outer jacket. TW ­ Thermoplastic vinyl-jacketed building wire, moisture resistant 608 C. Twisted Pairs ­ A cable composed of two small insulated conductors twisted together without a common covering.

V

VDE ­ West Germany approval agency. Velocity of light ­ The velocity of light is 300.000 km/s in vacuum. In a medium it depends on the refractive index and the wavelength. Velocity of Propagation ­ Ratio of speed of flow of electric current in an insulated cable to the speed of light. Usually expressed in percentage. Volt ­ A unit of electromotive force. Voltage ­ The term most often used in place of electromotive force, potential difference, or voltage drop to designate the electric pressure that exists between two points and is capable of producing a current when a closed circuit is connected between two points. Voltage Drop ­ The amount of voltage loss from original input to point of electrical device. Voltage Rating ­ The highest voltage that may be continuously applied to a wire in comformance with standards. VW-1 ­ A flammability rating established by Underwriters Laboratories for wires and cables that pass a specially designed vertical flame test, (formerly designated FR-1).

W

Wall Thickness ­ The thickness of the applied insulation or jacket. WAN ­ Wide Area Network. A network of connected computers that covers a great geographical area. Water Absorption ­ A test to determine the water absorbed by a material after a given immersion period. Wire ­ A conductor, either bare or insulated. A slender rod of metal usually referring to a single conductor, such as size 9 AWG and smaller. Wire Gauge ­ A system of numerical designation of wire sizes.

U

UL ­ Abbreviation for Underwriter's Laboratories, Inc. Ultraviolet ­ Optical radiation for which the wavelengths are shorter than those for visible radiation, that is approximately between 1 nm and 400 nm. Unilay Stranding ­ A conductor constructed in bunch form having more than one layer in a concentric stranding with a common length and direction of lay and contains 19, 27, 37 and any number of strands.

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X

XLPE ­ Cross-linked polyethylene.

Y

Yield Strength ­ The minimum stress at which a material will start to physically deform without further increase in load.

Z

Zytel ­ Du Pont's trade name for nylon resins.

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Country Belgium Certification marks Testing Institutes/Registration Agency ´ Comite Electrotechnique Belge ´ Belgisch Elektrotechnisch Comite (CEBEC) ¨ Chinesische Zwangslaufige Zertifikation (China Compulsory Certification) Danmarks Elektriske Materielkontrol (DEMKO) ¨ VDE-Prufstelle (Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e. V.) ¨ VDE-Prufstelle (Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker e. V.) Fraunhofer Institut, Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung ´ ´ Communaute Europeenne

Denmark

Germany Germany

Germany

Europe

Finland France

FIMKO LTD ´ Union Technique de l'Electricite (UTE) BSI British Standards Institution (Zeichenvergabestelle) IMQ ´ Instituto Italiano de Marchio Qualita Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Naamloze Vennootschap tot Keuring van Electrotechnische Materialen (KEMA) Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (NEMKO) ¨ ¨ Osterreichischer Verband fur Elektrotechnik (Registration Agency) GOST-R Certification (SGS) Svenska Elektriska Materielkontrollanstalten (SEMKO) Schweizerischer Elektrotechnischer Verein (SEV) Underwriters Laboratories (UL)

Great Britain Italy Canada Netherlands

Norway

Austria Russia Sweden Switzerland

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Formulas of electrotechnic and electronic

Cross-section for single wire round D2 Á p q = or D2 ? 0,7854 4 Cross-section for bunched wire q = Ohm's Law The current intensity (I) is proportional to voltage (U) and inversely proportional to resistance (R) I I R U = = = = R = U U = I ? R I current intensity (Amps ­ A) electrical resistance (W) electrical voltage (V)

U R

d Áp ? n or d2 ? 0,7854 ? n 4 Diameter for single wires cross-section

D =

2

qffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi

qÁ4 p

or

pffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi q Á 1; 2732

Diameter for bunched wires D = q D d n = = = =

pffi

1; 34 Á n Á d

cross-section (mm2) conductor diameter (mm) single wire diameter (mm) number of wires

rÁl q 2Ál p q

Conductance 1 = G = 1 1S = 11W or 1 mS R 1MW S (Siemens) = reziprocal value of a resistance is used as conductance 1 Siemens = 1/Ohm G = electrical conductance Capacitance Single core against earth r Á 103 (nF/km or pF/m) CB = 18 In Di d * Unshielded symmetrical twisted pair r Á 103 CB = (nF/km or pF/m) 36 In 2a d * Coaxial pair r Á 103 CB = (nF/km or pF/m) 18 In Di d * Shielded symmetrical twistet pair r Á 103 CB = (nF/km or pF/m) ðDa2 Àa2 Þ 36 In 2a Á 2 2 d

*

Conductor Resistance l = or R kÁq RLoop R RLoop q k (Kappa) r (Rho) l Materials Copper Aluminium Silver Iron Constantan = = = = = = =

2Ál kÁq

or

Electrical direct-current resistant (Ohm) Resistance of a complete circuit cross-section (mm2 or q mm) Conductivity 1 Specific resistance (r = k ) Conductor length (m) Conductivity

m W Á mm2

ðDa þa Þ

Spec. resistance

W Á mm2 m

58,00 33,00 62,00 7,70 2,00

0,01724 0,0303 0,1613 0,1299 0,50

Di = Da = d = a =

outer diameter over single core (mm) outer diameter of multicores (mm)) conductor diameter (mm) distance between two conductors ­ mid to mid of both conductors

Inductance of parallel cores at low frequencies L = 0,4 (In Da + 0,25) mH/km r at high frequencies L = 0,4 (In Da + 0) mH/km r Inductance of coaxial cable at high frequencies L = 0,2 (In Da + 0) mH/km r Da = distance between two conductors ­ mid to mid of both conductors r = radius of a conductor r = dielectric constant Impedance (Z) for coaxial cable D = d =

Serial connection Resistance: R ¼ R1 þ R2 þ R3 þ ::: þ Rn Capacitance: Inductance:

1 C 1 1 1 1 þ C1 þ C2 þ C3 þ ::: þ Cn

L ¼ L1 þ L2 þ L3 þ ::: þ Ln

1 1 1 þ R2 þ R3 þ ::: Rn

Parallel connection 1 Resistance: R=R Capacitance: Inductance:

1

C ¼ C1 þ C2 þ C3 þ :::Cn

1 1 1 1 L = L þ L þ L þ ::: L n 1 3 2 Equivalent resistance of 2 parallel connected resistance R Á R2 R = R 1þ R 1 2 Mutual capacity (C) r Á 103 * coaxial cable C= (nF/km) 18 Á In Da d

* *

60 D Z = pffiffiffi ? In d (W) r diameter over insulation conductor diameter

R = = w qffiffiffiffiC (W) ? tan j 1, j 458 L C

for communication cable at low frequencies Z= at R L C w high frequencies Z= = Resistance (W/km) = Inductance (mH/km) = Capacitance (nF/km) = 2pf

qffiffiffiffiffiffi

parallel core

C=

r Á 103 (nF/km) 36 Á In Da d

(W)

shielded twisted pair r Á 103 CB = (nF/km) ðDa2 Àa2 Þ 36 In 2a Á 2 2 d

ðDa þa Þ

Da = Ds = d = a = =

Outer diameter over insulation diameter over shield diameter of conductor distance ­ mid to mid of both conductors dielectric constant

Wave length l = v f l = wave length v = propagation velocity (velocity of light: 300 000 km/s) f = frequency units of attenuation ­ Neper (N), decibel (dB) and Bel (B) 1 Np = 8,686 dB 1 1 dB = 0,1151 Np = 10 Bel 1 Bel = 10 dB = 1,1513 Np

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Formulas of power engineering

Cross section * for direct current and single phase alternative current of known current for three-phase current * for direct current and single phase alternative current of known power for three-phase current

2ÁIÁl (mm2) kÁu 1;732 Á I Á cosj Á l (mm2) q= kÁu 2ÁIÁP (mm2) q= kÁuÁU IÁP (mm2) q= kÁuÁU

q=

Phase angle j is a phase angle between voltage and current

cos j ¼ 1;0 0;9 0;8 0;7 0;6 0;5 sin j ¼ 0 0;44 0;6 0;71 0;8 0;87

Insulation resistance Siso Da Riso = ? In d l

Voltage drop For low voltage cable network of normal operation, it is advisable of a voltage drop of 3 ­ 5%. On exceptional case, higher values (up to 7%) can be permitted in case of network-extension or in short-circuit. * for direct current 2ÁIÁl (V) of known current u= k Áq for single phase alternative current for three-phase current

*

Specific Insulation resistance R Á 2 Á l Á 108 Rs = In Da di Da d di l Siso = = = = = outer diameter over insulation (mm) conductor diameter (mm) inner diameter of insulation (mm) length of the line (m) Spec. resistance of insulation materials (W ? cm)

2 Á I Á cosj Á l (V) k Áq 1;732 Á I Á cosj Á l (V) u= k Áq

u= u=

2ÁIÁP (V) kÁqÁU for single phase 2ÁIÁP (V) u= kÁqÁU alternative current IÁP for three-phase current u= (V) kÁqÁU 2 u = voltage drop (V) q = cross-section (mm ) U = operating voltage (V) I = working current (A) P = power (W) l = length of the line (m) Rw = effective resistance (W/km) L = Inductance (mH/km) k (Kappa) = electrical conductivity wL = inductive resistance of conductors (W)/km) (w = 2 ? p ? f at 50 Hz = 314) k-copper : 58 k-Alu : 33

Nominal voltage The nominal voltage is to be expressed with two values of alternative current U0/U in V (Volt). U0/U = phase-to-earth voltage : Voltage between conductor and earth or metallic U0 covering (shields, armouring, concentric conductor) U : Voltage between two outer conductors pffiffiffi : U/ 3 for three-phase current systems U0 : U/2 for single-phase and direct current systems U0 U0/U0 : an outer conductor is earth-connected for A. C.- and D. C.-systems Nominal current I in (A) Active current Iw = I ? cos j Reactive current I0 = I ? sin j Apparent power (VA) S=U?I S = 1,732 ? U ? I Active power (W) P = U ? I ? cos j P = 1,732 ? U ? I ? cos j P=U?I Reactive power (var) Q = U ? I ? sin j Q = 1,732 ? U ? I ? sin j (Voltampere reactiv) for single phase current (A. C.) for three-phase current for single phase current (A. C.) for three-phase current for direct current for single phase current (A. C.) for three-phase current Q = P ? tan j

for direct current of known power

Mutual capacity (CB) for single-core, three-core and H-cable) r Á 103 (nF/km) CB = 18 In Da d

Da r + 0,25) mH/km Da three-phase 0,2 ? (In r + 0,25) mH/km Da = distance ­ mid to mid of both conductors = radius of conductor (mm) r = dielectric constant r 0,25 = factor for low frequency

0,4 ? (In Earth capacitance EC = 0,6 ? CB Charging current (only for three-phase current) = U ? 2 p f ? CB ? 10­6 A/km per core at 50 Hz ILad Charging power PLad = ILad ? U Leakage and loss factor = tand ? w C (S) G tand =

Inductance Single-phase

G wC

w C tand S

= = = =

2p f Capacity loss factor 1 Siemens = 1W

Dielectric loss Dv = U2 ? 2 p f ? CB ? tan ? 10­6 (W/km) f bei 50 Hz tand PE/VPE (XLPE) ,0,0005 EPR ,0,005 Paper-single core, three-core, H-cable Oil-filled and pressure cable PVC cable

R

,0,003 ,0,003 ,0,05

? 10­8 (MW ? km)

It should be noted that for the current load of the insulated cables and wires of selected cross-section, the power ratings table is also be considered. To estimate the voltage drop of insulated wires and cables for heavy (big) cross-sections of single- and three-phase-overhead line, the active resistance as well as the inductive resistance must be considered. The formula for single-phase (A. C.): U = 2 ? l ? I ? (Rw ? cos j + wL ? sin j) ? 10­3 (V) Three-phase: U = 1,732 ? l ? I ? (Rw ? cos j + wL ? sin j) ? 10­3 (V)

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Capacity of KTG-Pool drums

Wooden drums (standard)

Drumcode numbers Drumsize Flange

1

Drum-Barrel

1

Bore

1

Width over all I1 mm 470 415 520 520 690 710 890 890 1100 1100 1350 1450 1450 1450 1635

Width for windings I2 mm 410 315 400 400 560 560 670 670 850 840 1045 1140 1140 1130 1280

Load bearing Drumcapacity weight max. kg 100 250 250 400 750 900 1700 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7500 7500 10000 kg 8 17 25 31 47 71 144 175 280 380 550 710 875 900 1175

Fd mm 051 061 071 081 091 101 121 141 161 181 201 221 250 251 281 05 06 07 08 09 10 12 14 16/8 18/10 20/12 22/12 25/14 25/16 28/18 500 630 710 800 900 1000 1250 1400 1600 1800 2000 2240 2500 2500 2800

Kd mm 150 315 355 400 450 500 630 710 800 1000 1250 1400 1400 1600 1800

Bd mm 56 56 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 125 125 125 140

Plastic drums

Drumcode numbers 050 070 080 090 100 Flange

1

Drum-Barrel

1

Fd mm 500 710 800 900 1000

Kd mm 150 355 400 450 500

Width over all I1 mm 456 510 510 680 704

Width for windings I2 mm 404 400 400 560 560

Load bearing capacity max. kg 100 250 350 400 500

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Drumweight kg 4 15 16 23 32

One-way wooden drums

Drumcode numbers Flange

1

Drum-Barrel

1

Width over all I1 mm 320 320 425 320 425 425 425

Width for windings I2 mm 300 300 405 300 405 405 400

Bore

1

Drumweight

Fd mm HE 350 HE 400 HE 401 HE 501 HE 500 HE 600 HE 760 350 400 400 500 500 600 760

Kd mm 150 150 150 150 150 150 300

max. Bd mm 56 56 56 56 56 56 80 kg 1,8 2,1 2,3 3,0 3,3 4,5 8,0

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Drum sizes and code numbers

Cable 1 D mm

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 min. min. min. min. min.

­ capacity of pool drums

051 05

1130 815 630 460 390 320 260 220 190 170 150 130 110 105 100 80

061 06

1110 840 640 470 388 315 254 238 190 180 140 134 102 96 92 90 65 62 60 58 56

071 07

2024 1480 1064 890 680 564 470 385 360 300 239 228 218 172 165 159 122 117 113 110 80 78 76 73 70

081 08

2755 2340 1463 1152 980 760 643 542 454 430 358 294 280 228 220 210 167 160 156 150 116 113 109 106 103 76 74 72

091 09

2730 2202 1768 1404 1206 1032 880 749 632 603 505 485 402 387 315 304 294 285 226 220 215 209 162 157 153 150 146 108 105 103

101 10

121 12

141 14

161 16/8

181 18/10

201 20/12

221 22/14

250 25/14

251 25/16

281 28/18

Cable 1 D mm

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92

2866 2349 1910 1540 1339 1159 1000 860 736 705 599 576 485 468 389 377 365 299 290 282 226 220 214 209 204 158 154 150 148 144 110 105 102 100

2727 2265 1990 1756 1545 1355 1184 1139 990 856 827 709 688 668 567 550 462 450 438 428 352 344 336 329 265 259 254 249 244 190 187 183 180 177 174 130 127 125 123 120

2967 2480 2205 1960 1737 1535 1352 1304 1145 999 967 839 814 700 680 663 564 550 537 450 440 430 422 348 340 334 327 264 259 254 249 245 240 187 184 180 178 175 172 170 126 124 122 121 119 117

2722 2435 2172 1930 1870 1657 1608 1420 1244 1210 1180 1028 1003 866 846 828 710 692 678 664 560 549 539 529 437 430 422 415 408 330 325 319 314 310 305 230 235 232 228 225 222 220 216 160 158 156 154 152 150

2830 2527 2248 2172 1927 1867 1650 1450 1410 1370 1200 1166 1009 985 962 824 806 788 772 653 640 627 615 510 502 492 484 475 386 380 373 367 360 356 280 276 270 267 263 260 256 252 190 187 184 182 180 178 174 172 170 168 166 164 162 160 112 110 109 108 107 106 105 103

2954 2608 2522 2218 2150 1880 1826 1583 1540 1500 1289 1257 1227 1040 1017 994 972 812 795 779 763 750 610 600 589 578 568 558 442 435 428 420 414 408 400 304 300 295 290 287 282 280 275 270 266 264 186 184 182 180 177 175 173 170 168 166 164 163 161 158 156 155 154 152 150 149 147 146 144 90

2860 2777 2450 2383 2089 2035 1984 1726 1685 1646 1418 1386 1356 1328 1130 1107 1085 1065 890 874 858 842 828 878 666 655 644 634 624 614 488 480 473 466 460 453 448 440 335 330 326 320 317 313 310 305 300 297 294 291 287 284 281 278 196 194 192 190 188 186 184 182 180 178 176 175

2978 2908 2605 2547 2270 2223 1969 1930 1892 1664 1633 1603 1574 1373 1349 1326 1144 1125 1107 1089 1072 912 898 885 872 860 720 710 700 690 680 670 662 640 534 528 520 515 510 502 498 490 486 480 380 375 370 367 363 360 356 352 349 345 342 338 335 332 329 248 245

2976 2893 2558 2490 2428 2134 2083 2035 1774 1735 1697 1486 1435 1406 1199 1175 1153 1130 1110 930 914 898 883 869 715 700 690 680 668 658 649 640 610 500 494 487 480 474 468 462 456 450 342 338 334 330 326 322 318 314 310 306 304 300 297 294 290 288 285 202 200 198 196 194

R

2890 2820 2760 2432 2380 2330 2036 1995 1956 1692 1660 1630 1600 1366 1342 1320 1298 1276 1072 1056 1040 1022 1006 990 815 803 790 780 770 760 748 738 588 580 574 566 558 552 545 540 532 526 520 514 508 502 382 378 375 370 367 363 359 355 352 348 345 340

Drum-Barrel-1 Drum-Barrel-1 Drum-Barrel-1 Drum-Barrel-1 Drum-Barrel-1

% % % % %

40 30 25 20 15

?D ?D ?D ?D ?D

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Explanatory notes on CE marking

Low Voltage Directive (NSR), EMC Legislation

The Manufacturers must have to identify those products by the CE marking which fall within the applicability of certain EC (European Community) directives. This applies to products which are covered by these directives in accordance with the new concept to include particular requirements on the technical characteristics of products. The realization of these requirements is the condition for marketing the products in Europe. Then these CE directives constitute binding legislation for the European Union. The inclusion of the CE marking confirms the compliance by the products with the basic requirements of all specifications applicable to that product. This means that CE marking is thus the compelling requirement in order of placing the products on the market within the EU. This also applies in the country of manufacture. These directives are only then binding when these have been implemented in the national legislation of individual EU member states. An implementation in the national legislation of individual members states does not always occurs at the same time and is not always accomplished within the foreseen period. Furthermore, certain transition rules may apply. If the obligation for implementation of these directives is not met, then these directives can still be directly applicable in certain circumstances. The validity for these directives are not always clearly formulated and are sometimes abstract and not differentiated such that it cannot always be unambiguously established whether a product is covered by one or more directives and thus requires the CE marking. The CE marking serves as evidence to the supervisory authorities of compliance with these directives. It is however often misinterpreted as being a "symbol for safety or quality" which is why it is often requested from customers without any legal justification. The CE Marking Directive will apply to a large number of electrical products, alone on account of the extensive range of applicability of the Low Voltage (NSR) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directives. The following directives are of particular significance for the electrical industry: 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC Electrical equipment for use within specified voltage limits (Low Voltage Directive) 89/106/EEC Construction products 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC Directive) 89/392/EEC Safety of machinery 91/263/EEC Telecommunications terminal equipment For HELUKABEL as manufacturer and supplier of cables and wires, only the Low Voltage Directive is of significance. The EMC directive is of indirect applicability ­ for customer enquiries ­ in that queries could arise regarding the immunity of cables to interference, capacitance unbalance values and similar characteristics.

The EMC Directive

The EMC Directive, which applies for the electromagnetic compatibility of electrical and electronic equipment in their environments, can only be applied in complete systems. For example, systems which are made up of several units, whereby each individual unit alone meet EMC requirements, are tested as a system for EMC together with the interconnecting cables. EMC testing of a single cable or a single wire cannot be specified. Title: 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC: Directive of the Council dated February 19, 1973, for harmonisation of the legislation in member states regarding electrical equipment for use within specified voltage ranges ­ with amendments dated July 22, 1993.

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EC Low Voltage Directive (NSR)

The EC Low Voltage Directive (NSR) is one of these CE Designation Directives (Article 13 of the CE Marking Directive). This means that electrical equipment used in low voltage range applications must also be identified by the CE marking. The CE marking is affixed on these products since 01.01.1997.

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Low Voltage Directive (NSR), EMC Legislation

Important information Voltage Directive (NSR): 1. General Conditions: a) The major characteristics required for knowledge and observance, for use in accordance with the intended application, are given on the electrical equipment, or, if this is not possible, in the accompanying instructions. b) The manufacturer's symbol or trade mark shall be clearly visible on the electrical equipment, or, where this is not possible, shall be affixed on the packaging. c) The electrical devices as well as the components for these, shall be procured such that these can be connected safely and properly. d) The electrical equipment shall be designed and constructed such that protection from the hazards listed in item 2 and 3, is assured during use and proper maintenance in accordance with the intended application. Equipment and areas which do not fall within the Directive.

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2. Protection against hazards which may arise from electrical equipment ­ technical measures shall be foreseen in accordance with item 1, such that: a) Humans and working animals are protected from injury or other harm which can be caused by either direct or indirect contact. b) No high temperatures, arcs or radiation are generated from which hazards could arise. c) Humans, working animals and property are adequately protected against non-electrical hazards which, from experience, can arise from electrical equipment. d) The insulation complies to the property requirements. 3. Protection against hazards which can arise from external influences on electrical equipment ­ technical measures are foreseen in accordance with item 1, such that the electrical equipment: a) can withstand the mechanical loads such that humans, working animals or property are not endangered. b) can withstand the non-mechanical effects under foreseen environmental conditions such that humans, working animals or property are not endangered.

Electrical equipment within the context of the Low Voltage Directive is electrical equipment for applications with a rated voltage between 50 and 1000 V alternating current and between 75 and 1500 V direct current. For a more exact interpretation of the Directive, cables and wires are covered by the regulation, not however cables with a rated voltage exceeding 1000 V alternating current or 1500 V direct current. HELUKABEL as manufacturer and supplier must act in accordance with the Low Voltage Directive, that is to say: Cables and wires up to 1000 V nominal voltage must be identified by the CE marking, refer to page T 95. The identification can be attached either to the product or on the label.

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10001 -- 10059 10060 -- 10168 10169 10170 10172 -- 10173 10174 -- 10176 10177 -- 10178 10179 -- 10181 10182 -- 10183 10184 -- 10199 10200 -- 10272 10273 -- 10331 10332 10333 10334 -- 10339 10400 -- 10473 10474 -- 10532 10533 -- 10534 10535 -- 10536 10537 -- 10547 10550 -- 10615 10616 -- 10746 10747 -- 10749 10800 -- 10880 10881 -- 10904 10910 -- 10933

A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A1 A2 A 10 A 11 A 10 A2 A 17 A 12 A 13 A1 A2 A 16 A5 A6 A 16 A9 A3 A4

11815 -- 11941

A 77

13139 -- 13140 13141 -- 13146

A2 B3 A8

12001 -- 12056 12057 -- 12111 12112 -- 12114 12115 -- 12119 12188 12200 -- 12301 12302 -- 12311 12312 -- 12313 12314 -- 12317 12318 -- 12319 12320 -- 12326 12327 12328 12345 -- 12470 12471 -- 12527 12528 -- 12543 12550 -- 12620 12630 -- 12671 12680 -- 12722

A 18 A 19 A 18 A 19 A 18 A 20 A 21 A 20 A 21 A 20 A 21 A 19 A 21 A 78 A 24 A 25 A 28 A 32 A 34

13147 13148 -- 13160 13170 -- 13197 13920 -- 13936 13937 -- 13949 13951 -- 13970 13971 -- 13985

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B3 B6 B1 B2 B4 B5

14001 -- 14076 14077 -- 14087 14088 14089 -- 14092 14093 -- 14099 14100 -- 14102

A 104 A 105 A 104 A 105 A 105 A 104

15001 -- 15054 15055 -- 15089 15090 -- 15092 15093 -- 15141 15142 -- 15150

A 40 A 41 A 40 D 10 A 41 A 42 D 10 D 10 A 40 A 41 D 10 D 10 D 10 A 46 A 47 D 10 A 47 D 10

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11001 -- 11097 11104 -- 11160 11201 -- 11240 11241 -- 11331 11464 -- 11584 11590 -- 11629 11656 -- 11733 11744 -- 11812

A 14 A 15 G 29 G 30 A7 A8 G 31 G 32

13120 -- 13121 13122 -- 13127 13128 13129 -- 13131 13132 13133 -- 13136 13137 13138

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15800 -- 15813 15876 -- 15894 15900 -- 15913 15915 -- 15924 15925 -- 15983 15987 -- 16000

D 10 A 42 D 10 H 13 A 42 C 16

17001 -- 17022 17023 -- 17044

C9 C 10

20180 -- 20188 20189 -- 20197 20200 -- 20232

C 24 C 23 G 35

18001 -- 18056 18057 -- 18113 18114 -- 18115 18116

C1 C2 C1 C2 C1 C2 A 85 A 86

20233 20234 20235 -- 20246 20247 -- 20255

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C 25 C 26 C 25 C 26

16001 -- 16049 16050 -- 16118 16120 16121 -- 16156 16157 -- 16160 16163 -- 16164 16165 -- 16166 16167 -- 16168 16200 -- 16246 16247 16248 -- 16314 16315 -- 16316 16317 -- 16318 16319 16320 -- 16351 16352 16353 -- 16369 16370 -- 16446 16447 -- 16448 16449 -- 16452 16453 -- 16454 16455 -- 16468 16469 -- 16474 16475 -- 16489 16490 -- 16491 16492 -- 16493 16500 -- 16530 16531 -- 16585

C4 C6 C4 C 15 C 14 C4 C 11 C 14 C 13 C 15 C 14 C 13 C 14 C 15 C 11 C 12 C 11 C 12 C 11 C 12 C 13 C 14 C 15 C4 C 11 C 12 C4 C5

18117 -- 18118 18119 18120 -- 18547 18550 -- 18767

21001 -- 21045 21046 -- 21064 21065 -- 21110 21111 -- 21115

C8 C9 C 19 C 20 C 19 C 20 A 73 A 74 C 21 A 75 A 76 C 27

19001 -- 19066 19101 -- 19141 19150 -- 19577 19580 -- 19797 19970 -- 19995

C7 A 45 A 87 A 88 C9

21116 21117 -- 21145 21200 -- 21295 21296 -- 21322 21323 -- 21387 21400 -- 21495

20001 -- 20053 20054 -- 20082 20083 -- 20084 20085 20086 -- 20087 20088 -- 20090 20091 -- 20092 20093 20099 -- 20109 20115 -- 20124 20125 -- 20132 20133 -- 20138 20139 20140 -- 20148 20149 -- 20159 20160 -- 20168 20169 -- 20179

C3 C4 C3 C4 C3 C4 C3 C4 C 25 C 27 C 26 C 27 C3 C 23 C 25 C 24 C 25

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22001 -- 22046 22050 -- 22083 22084 -- 22097 22100 -- 22163 22164 -- 22192 22200 -- 22233 22234 -- 22247 22250 -- 22273 22290 -- 22309 22315 -- 22342 22343 -- 22362 22364 -- 22367 22368 -- 22382 22385 -- 22388

A 82 A 84 Q 33 A 71 A 72 A 83 Q 34 A 82 E 14 A 89 E 14 A 89 Q 35 A 89

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From Part No. 22400 ­ 27029

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22400 -- 22451 22452 -- 22494 22495 -- 22499 22501 -- 22565 22571 -- 22592 22593 -- 22634 22637 -- 22667 22673 -- 22687 22800 22801 22802 -- 22806 22810 -- 22814 22818 22819 22820 22823 22824 -- 22825 22827 22834 22845 -- 22846 22847 22848 -- 22849 22850 -- 22853 22854 -- 22869 22870 -- 22877 22878 -- 22883 22884 -- 22889 22890 -- 22892 22960 -- 22967 22970 -- 22985 22989 -- 23012

A 48 A 49 E 32 A 50 A 51 A 52 E7 Q 36 Q 45 Q 41 Q 45 Q 42 Q 40 Q 42 Q 43 Q 40 Q 39 Q 41 Q 44 Q 43 Q 46 Q 44 Q 46 Q 37 A 68 A 50 A 52 Q 41 Q 37 A 68 E1

23106 -- 23110 23111 -- 23126 23127 -- 23136 23137 -- 23146 23147 -- 23149 23151 -- 23199 23200 -- 23913 23214 -- 23252 23253 -- 23290 23314 -- 23388 23914 -- 23949 23953 -- 23959 23960 -- 23987

E9 E 11 E1 E2 E9 E4 E8 E5 E6 A 70 A 67 E8 E 13

25259 -- 25268 25269 -- 25294 25439 25440 25459 -- 25462 25508 25511 -- 25618 25620 -- 25690 25691 -- 25760 25761 -- 25825 25826 -- 25887

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Q 31 Q 31 Q 31 E 15 A 92 A 93 A 94 A 95

26001 -- 26032 26035 -- 26059

O7 O6 D5 O1 D5 Q 32 D5 O3 D5 Q 32 A 96 A 97 A 98 A 100 A 101 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 J1

24002 -- 24046 24050 -- 24085 24086 -- 24118 24119 -- 24155 24156 -- 24190 24191 -- 24235 24236 -- 24272 24273 -- 24285 24291 -- 24292 24295 -- 24330 24335 -- 24367 24370 -- 24406 24410 -- 24444 24450 -- 24488 24501 -- 24566 24567 -- 24582 24600 -- 24813 24614 -- 24629

E 17 A 56 A 62 A 58 A 64 A 60 A 66 E 15 E 17 A 57 A 63 A 59 A 65 A 61 E 15 A 53 E8 A 54

26060 -- 26069 26070 -- 26091 26092 26093 -- 26098 26099 26100 -- 26107 26108 -- 26119 26120 -- 26124 26125 -- 26215 26217 -- 26265 26266 -- 26306 26307 -- 26346 26347 -- 26385 26405 -- 26500 26505 -- 26584 26590 -- 26687 26690 -- 26753 26755 -- 26936 26937 -- 26960

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E2 E3 E1 25001 -- 25075 25080 -- 25101 O2 O5

26980 -- 27029

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27090 -- 27104

J3

29942 -- 29968 29970 -- 30041

E 18 E 19 L9 L9 L9 L9 L9 L9 L9 L9 D9 L 16

32123 -- 32152 32153 -- 32176 32200 -- 32225 32226 -- 32254 32255 32256 -- 32257 32260 -- 32292 32293 -- 32298 32300 32301 -- 32310 32330 -- 32389 32400 -- 32437 32438 -- 32439

N3 N4 N6

28001 -- 28033 28034 -- 28049 28050 -- 28065 28066 -- 28081 28100 -- 28104 28145 -- 28184 28185 -- 28237 28240 -- 28366 28370 -- 28483 28761 -- 28824 28825 -- 28877 28900 -- 28928 28930 -- 28947 28985 -- 29080

J2 L 10 L 11 L 12 J4 D6 D7 A 79 A 80 D6 D7 L1 N 22 D1

30120 -- 30219 30130 -- 30239 30140 -- 30249 30150 -- 30259 30160 -- 30269 30170 -- 30279 30180 -- 30289 30210 -- 30219 30X0Y -- 30X9Y 30270 -- 30479

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N7 N6 N3 N8 N2 N3 N5 L 15 N 15 N9 N 16 N 17 N 18 N2 N 19 N 10 N9 N 20 N9 N 11 N 12 L 14

31001 -- 31039 31100 -- 31108 31110 -- 31118 31120 -- 31128

O 19 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13 L 13

32440 -- 32478 32480 -- 32517 32520 -- 32555 32556 -- 32559 32560 -- 32591 32592 -- 32596 32597 -- 32599 32600 -- 32630 32631 -- 32638 32640 -- 32656 32657 -- 32689 32690 -- 32839

29081 -- 29128 29129 -- 29192 29193 -- 29368 29370 -- 29393 29400 -- 29417 29418 -- 29449 29450 -- 29493 29494 -- 29499 29500 -- 29526 29590 -- 29599 29577 29600 -- 29735 29800 -- 29812 29813 -- 29819 29825 -- 29826 29840 -- 29859 29860 -- 29876 29890 -- 29936

D3 D4 D5 D7 L7 D5 L8 D5 E 18 D5 K4 F 15 K1 D5 L8 D5 K4 D5

31130 -- 31138 31140 -- 31148 31150 -- 31158 31160 -- 31168 31170 -- 31178 31180 -- 31188 31190 -- 31198 31200 -- 31208 31210 -- 31218 31220 -- 31228 31230 -- 31238 31240 -- 31248 31250 -- 31258

33001 -- 33034 33035 -- 33053 33100 -- 33112 33200 -- 33211

M4 M5 M3 C 28

32001 -- 32034 32035 -- 32065 32066 -- 32088 32089 -- 32122

N2 N3 N4 N2

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M2 G4 G 10 G7

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From Part No. 34091 ­ 50997

Page

34091 -- 34099 34100 -- 34115 34116 -- 34126 34130 -- 34147 34148 -- 34156 34157 -- 34165 34166 -- 34177 34300 -- 34311 34320 -- 34338 34339 -- 34348 34350 -- 34356

G9 M1 G6 M1 G7 G9 G5 M6 M7 N 21 G8

40015 -- 40021 40022 -- 40073 40085 40105 40124 -- 40128 40135 -- 40144 40145 -- 40149 40150 -- 40169 40170 -- 40175 40176 -- 40178 40179 40023 -- 40027

H9 H 10 H9 H 10 H7 H5 H 11 H6 H 10 H8 H5 H 12 H 12 H4 H2 H3 K1 K2 K3

48109 -- 48123 48124 -- 48129 48130 -- 48136 48137 -- 48145 48146 -- 48160 48161 -- 48166 48167 -- 48173 48200 -- 48229 48230 -- 48260 48261 -- 48288 48289 -- 48326 48327 -- 48360 48361 -- 48408 48409 -- 48444 48460 -- 48477 48500 -- 48509 48510 -- 48518 48519 -- 48528 48529 -- 48537

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E 40 E 41 E 42 E 43 E 44 E 38 E 39 E 40 E 41 E 42 E 43 E 44 C 29 C 30 C 29 C 30

35001 -- 36008

O8

40180 -- 40184 40190 -- 40196

37001 -- 37043 37044 -- 37068 37069 -- 37078 37079 37080 -- 37090 37091 -- 37099 37100 -- 37153 37155 -- 37175 37176 -- 37218 37219 -- 37258

O9 O 10 O 11 O 10 O 11 O 10 O 16 O 17 O 12 O 13

40197 40198 -- 40203 40204 -- 40463 40464 -- 40697 40698 -- 40801

43050 -- 43065 43524 -- 43564

L3 C 22

49501 -- 49520 49521 -- 49535 49550 -- 49582

C 17 C 18 A 39 A 43 A 39 A 44 A 81

44001 -- 44058

J5

49583 -- 49615 49620 -- 49652

38001 -- 38040 38501 -- 38516

O 14 O 18

45130 -- 45145 45150 -- 45165

J6 J7

49653 -- 49685 49700 -- 49763

39001 -- 39079

L2

47001 -- 46913 47021 -- 47069

E8 E 10

50060 -- 50072 50209 50475 -- 50486

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H1 H2 H3 H2 H1 48001 -- 48032 48033 -- 48068 48069 48100 -- 48108 E 38 E 39 E 38 E 40

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50488 -- 50499 50635 -- 50646 50650 -- 50889 50890 -- 50997

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E 20

53015 -- 53029 53030

G 26 G 25 G 26 G 27 G 28 G 26 G 11 G 12 G 13 L6 E 22 E 23 E 47 E 48 E 49 E 50 E 51 E 52 E 53 E 54 E 47 E 48 G 13

59336 -- 59338 59340 -- 59356 59360 -- 59377 59380 -- 59386 59390 -- 59395 59396 -- 59397 59450 -- 59457 59460 -- 59471 59472 -- 59653 59654 -- 59706 59707 -- 59759

P8 P9 P 10

51433 -- 51558 51559 -- 51702 51703 -- 51715 51716 -- 51728 51729 -- 51740 51741 -- 51767 51768 -- 51902 51970 -- 51991 51992 -- 52017

E 21 E 26 E 29 E 30 E 31 E 27 G 33 L4 L5

53031 53032 -- 53061 53062 -- 53069 53070 53100 -- 53142 53143 -- 53179 53200 -- 53247 53300 -- 53375 53376 -- 53416 53417 -- 53549

R

P 12 P 14 P 15 P 16 P 17 F7 P 18 P 19

52018 -- 52057 52058 -- 52077 52078 -- 52097 52098 -- 52117 52118 -- 52134 52194 -- 52215 52216 -- 52292 52300 -- 52361 52365 -- 52429 52430 -- 52431 52436 -- 52484 52490 -- 52533 52534 -- 52565 52566 -- 52612 52614 -- 52625 52700 -- 52720 52721 -- 52770 52771 -- 52791 52792 -- 52808 52872 -- 52898 52900 -- 52944 52990 -- 53014

E 28 G 14 G 15 G 16 G 17 E 24 E 25 G 36 G 37 G 36 G 38 A 90 G 21 G 22 G 15 G 18 G 19 G 23 G 24 G 33 G 20 G 25

53550 -- 53557 53558 -- 53560 53561 -- 53566 53567 -- 53616 53617 -- 53641 53642 -- 53666 53667 -- 53691 53692 -- 53716 53750 -- 53755 53756 -- 53758 53758 -- 53761

60000 -- 60015 600154 -- 600157 60016 -- 60051 60100 -- 60115 60200 -- 60215 60216 -- 60226 60250 -- 60269 60270 -- 60287 60288 -- 60298 60300 -- 60315 60400 -- 60415 60500 -- 60515

F 17 S8 F 17 F2 F2 A 99 F 16 F 16 A 99 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

54100 -- 56411

O 15

60600 -- 60615 60700 -- 60715

59000 -- 59055 59060 -- 59113 59120 -- 59125 59138 -- 59145 59150 -- 59156 59201 -- 59211 59220 -- 59261 59270 -- 59311 59320 -- 59335

P3 P2 P7 P 11 P 13 P1 P4 P5 P6

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60800 -- 60815 60900 -- 60915

61000 -- 61015 61100 -- 61115 61200 -- 61215 61300 -- 61315 61400 -- 61415 61500 -- 61515

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

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From Part No. 61600 ­ 73993

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61600 -- 61615 61700 -- 61715 61800 -- 61815 61816 -- 61927

F2 F2 F2 F6

700241 700243 700287 700334 700402

Q 25 Q 24 Q 16 Q 24 Q 14 Q 23 Q3 Q4 Q6 Q7 Q5 Q 15 Q 16 Q 14 Q 20 Q 49 Q 18 Q 20 Q 13 Q 62 Q 61 Q 65 Q 66 Q 25 Q 12 Q 25 Q 24 Q 23 Q 21 Q 20 Q 19 Q 52 Q 32 Q 32 Q 29

71052 -- 71113 71254 71426 71437 71491 -- 71494 71705 -- 71711 71789 71820 71990 -- 71997

Q9 Q 57 Q 18

R

Q 51 Q 38 Q 38 Q 32 Q 32 Q 38

62000 -- 62013 62100 -- 62113 62200 -- 62213 62300 -- 62313 62400 -- 62413 62501 -- 62901

F1 F1 F1 F1 F1 F2

700405 700434 -- 700435 700437 700439 -- 700440 700442 -- 700443 700444 -- 700445 700460 -- 700465

72042 -- 72043 72107 -- 72136 72214 72541 72720 72932 72951 -- 72961 72973 -- 73548

Q 38 Q 24 Q 32 Q 18 Q 24 Q 22 Q 57 Q 55

63010 -- 63048 63200 -- 63329 63500 -- 63513 63600 -- 63613 63700 -- 63713 63800 -- 63813 63815 -- 64070

F 14 F5 F1 F1 F1 F1 F3

700466 -- 700479 700501 -- 700518 700540 700549 700559 700560 700561 -- 700565 700566 -- 700572

73551 73571 73574 73579 -- 73580 73587 73589 -- 73590 73604 73657 73658 -- 73676 73728 73740 73774 -- 73826 73870 73976 73993

Q 22 Q 56 Q 57 Q 13 Q 56 Q 16 Q 49 Q 55 Q 16 Q 55 Q 49 Q 13 Q 55 Q 17 Q 57

64075 -- 64330

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700573 -- 700574 700575 -- 700583

69601 -- 69624 69631 -- 69654 69661 -- 69714 69715 -- 69737 69750 -- 69803 69804 -- 69826

A 29 A 30 F 18 F 19 F 20 F 21

700585 -- 700596 700601 -- 700606 700632 -- 700637 700639 -- 700644 700645 -- 700646 700647 -- 700651 700652 -- 700659

700016 -- 700018 700032 700035 700142 700161 700199

Q 65 Q 65 Q 67 Q 65 Q 50 Q 12

700661 -- 700663 700664 -- 700669 700768 -- 700771 70116 70561 70581

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From Part No. 74006 ­ 78241

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74006 74034 74094 -- 74097 74098 -- 74178 74243 74250 74263 74356 74379 74405 -- 74407 74408 -- 74416 74419 -- 74420 74422 -- 74430 74431 -- 74448 74449 74450 74456 74470 74504 -- 74505 74506 -- 74514 74519 74540 74551 74597 74609 74652 -- 74655 74658 74729 74749 74783 74788 -- 74796 74918 74992 -- 75019

Q 50 Q 57 Q 13 Q 16 Q 18 Q 19 Q 24 Q 18 Q 24 Q 25 Q3 Q 23 Q3 Q 11 Q 23 Q 25 Q 19 Q 15 Q 13 Q 12 Q 19 Q 29 Q 56 Q 19 Q 23 Q 49 Q 32 Q 57 Q 58 Q 18 Q9 Q 18 E 12

75130 -- 75137 75167 75251 -- 75253 75254 -- 75267 75314 75319 75362 75415 -- 75418 75486 -- 75496 75497 -- 75499 75507 -- 75514 75528 -- 75541 75554 75580 75642 75932 75940 75941 -- 75942 75943 -- 75951 75952 -- 75955 75956 -- 75959 75969 -- 75977 75978 -- 75981 75982 -- 75985 75992

Q 24 Q 32 Q 32 Q 65 Q 56 Q 65 Q 17 Q 32 Q 51 Q 58 Q 67 Q 66 Q 23 Q 20 Q 56 Q 66 Q 32 Q9 Q4 Q 11 Q 12 Q 10 Q 13 Q 11 Q 61

76411 76413 76521 -- 76531 76533 -- 76541 76639 -- 76640 76706 76974

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Q 17 Q 57 Q 67 Q 19

770001 -- 770005 770009 77135 77242 -- 77259 77261 -- 77270 77303 77352 77376 77418 77424 77469 77483 -- 77484 77642 77654 77665 77695 77716 -- 77740 77741 -- 77754

Q 62 Q 61 Q 16 Q6 Q 32 Q 22 Q 56 Q 12 Q 18 Q 32 Q 32 Q 20 Q 57 Q 22 Q 23 Q 15 Q9 Q 20 Q 18 Q 24

76061 -- 76099 76103 76105 -- 76123 76157 -- 76175 76333 -- 76341 76345 -- 76356 76369 76381 -- 76394

Q 55 Q 13 Q 57 Q 32 Q 17 Q 56 Q 18 Q9 Q 29

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78284 -- 78291 78358 78363 -- 78366 78367 78372 78377 -- 78479 78493 78499 78522 78648 78654 78689 -- 78691 78824 78828 78829 78894 78938 -- 78947 78948 -- 78952 78954 -- 78958 78963 78983 78990

Q 56 Q8 Q 23 Q 18 Q 22 Q8 Q 19 Q 30 Q 18 Q 22 Q 23 Q 18 Q 16 Q 20 Q 22 Q 20 Q 11 Q 12 Q 13 Q 20 Q 67 N 22

80005 800067 800068 80008 800086 800087 800088 80010 800109 80011 ­ 80017 800171 ­ 800189 80019 800190 ­ 800209 80021 800210 ­ 800213 800227 ­ 800239 80024 800240 ­ 800254 80026 ­ 80028 80031 80032 ­ 80041 80043 ­ 80044 80045

I 16 I 54 I 40 I 16 I 46 I 47 I 55 I 16 I 67 I 16 I 55 I 16 I 55 I 16 I 55 I 54 I 16 I 54 I 16 I 17 I 16 I 52 I7 I 16 I 90 I 16 I 51 I 75 I4 I 49 I 65 I 67 I 69 I 95 I 94

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I 51 I 62 I 87

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I 85 I 75 I 51 I 19 I 51 I 19 I 69 I 50 I 52 I 17 I 18 I 17 I 11 I 12 I 11 I 12 I 11 I 12 I 15 I 14 I 15 I 14 I 15 I 14 I 15 I 14 I 15 I9 I 45 I5 I 23 I 10

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79269 79513 79514 -- 79534 79535 -- 79552 79562 -- 79579 79613 79619 79850 -- 79907 79921

Q 24 Q 20 Q5 Q7 Q 14 Q 21 Q 20 Q 56 Q 57

80046 ­ 80048 800497 80051 80053 800571 800579 800647 800648 800649 800650

80000 ­ 80003 800044

I 16 I 66

800653 ­ 800654 800655

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From Part No. 80382 ­ 82803

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80382 80384 80388 80418 ­ 80435 80436 ­ 80450 80473 ­ 80475 80479 ­ 80494 80495 ­ 80518 80534 80552 80554 80576 ­ 80627 80629 80629 80630 80651 80672 80681 80688 80691 80699 80725 80732 ­ 80735 80743 ­ 80754 80759 80764 80769 80771 80774 ­ 80777 80778 80782 ­ 80791 80792 80793 80795 ­ 80806 80809

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80810 80813 ­ 80821 80824 ­ 80825 80826 80830 ­ 80845 80846 ­ 80851 80868 ­ 80894 80895 80896 ­ 80908 80912 ­ 80914 80915 ­ 80959

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81448 81501 81508 ­ 81509 81513 81557 81582 81609 ­ 81610 81611 81611 81663 81699 81712

I 61 I 72 I 82

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I 86 I 78 I 14 I 57 I 25 I 98 I 95 I 48 I 84 I 83 I 24 I 25 I5 I 71 I 75 I 88 I 89 I 76

81003 81036 ­ 81058 81077 81081 81085 81108 ­ 81121 81123 81133 ­ 81136 81137 ­ 81149 81155 81186 81202 81203 81209 81210 81238 81246 81254 81255 ­ 81260 81278 81286 ­ 81287 81446 81447

I 64 I 23 I 96 I 95 I 97 I 14 I 58 I 14 I 17 I 56 I 64 I 77 I 79 I 20 I 86 I4 I7 I 59 I 20 I 55 I 74 I 44 I 97

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81713 81765 81882 81900 81903 ­ 81904 81905 ­ 81906 81907 ­ 81908 81909 ­ 81910 81911 ­ 81912

82032 ­ 82033 82190 82390 ­ 82407 82408 ­ 82412 82431 82434 82501 82502 82561 82648 82696 82786 82792 ­ 82803

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Part Number Index

Part No. Page Part No. Page Part No.

From Part No. 82804 ­ 89992

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82804 ­ 82818 82822 82823 82824 82831 82832 82835 ­ 82836 82838 82839 82913 82914 -- 82944 82945 -- 83000

I8 I 81 I 24 I 70 I 56 I 57 I 68 I 91 I 92 I 66 A 27 A 26

84481 -- 84499 84500 -- 84612 84653 -- 84655 84656 -- 84673 84674 84680 84688 -- 84691 84692 84700 -- 84812 84867 -- 84875 84903 -- 84915 84919 -- 84979 85221 -- 85355

R2 S1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R4 R5 S1 R6 S2 S3 S4 S5

86989

R3

87074 87084 87127 -- 87143 87145 87164 -- 87196 87277 87406 87410 87414 87416 -- 87476 87503

R

R1 R2 R1 R2 R4 R1 R2 R1 R5 R4 R1 R3 R4 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R3 R4

83001 -- 83024 83031 -- 83104 83137 -- 83227 83233 -- 83253 83254 -- 83344 83350 -- 83370 83650 -- 83708 83709 -- 83773 83774 -- 83845 83904 -- 83975

A 23 A 22 F8 F9 F 10 F 11 A 35 A 36 F 13 F 12

85357 -- 85508 85550 -- 85659 85662 -- 85795 85900 -- 85993 85996 -- 86073

S6 S7 S8 S9 87548 87549 87575 87604 -- 87690

86185 -- 86274 86303 -- 86427 86463 -- 86491 86740 -- 86741 86764 -- 86765

S 10 S2 S3 R2 R1 R3 R1 R2

87725 87738 87748 87802 87919

84175 84176 -- 84179 84400 -- 84476

R4 R5 R1

86774 -- 86782 86867 -- 86870 86960 -- 86961

89900 -- 89941 89950 -- 89992

A 31 A 33

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Types

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Types Extensions / Supply cables

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A-2Y(L)2Y A-2YF(L)2Y A-Bus ¨ A-LiY(STE)Yo ¨ A-LiY(STE)Yo ¨ A-Y(ST)Yo ¨ A-Y(STE)Yo A07 RN-F AIRPORT 400 HZ

B

F-CY-JZ F-CY-OZ (LiY-CY) Fibre optic Fibre optic cables FIVENORM FMGCH FMGSGO FMSGSGO

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¨ F-C-PURo-JZ

A 73 -- A 74 C 11 -- C 12 C5--C6 I 98 I 3 -- I 24 F4 P 11 P 12 P 13 E9

BAUFLEX BIOFLEX-500â-JZ BIOFLEX-500 -JZ-C BIOFLEX-500 -JZ-HF BIOFLEX-500â-JZ-HF-C

C

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O1 A 92 A 93 A 94 A 95

FZ-LSi, FZ-LS

G

Galvanoflex

H

Q 52

H01N2-D/H01N2-E H03 Z1Z1-F

O 19 L 15 -- L 16 L7 R1 R1 R4--R5 B3 B6 O8 D3 D8 D6 A 84 R3 S4--S5 O 15 R2 R2 R4--R5 E 14 E 14 L 10 -- L 13

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C.N.O.M.O CAN-Bus CATV-Cables CC-Link Bus Command Cable UL (LiYCY) Command Cable UL (LiYCY-TP) Command Cable UL (LiYY) Command Cable UL (LiYY-TP)

D

F 17 I 74 -- I 76 H5 I 90 F 10 -- F 11 F 13 F8--F9 F 12

H03VV-F H03VV-F H03VV-H2-F H03VVH2-F, H05VV-F, H05RR-F, H07RN-F ¨ (H)05VV5-F ((N)YSLYO-JZ) ¨ (H)05VVC4V5-K ((N)YSLYCYO-JZ) H05 RR-F/H05 RN-F H05 V-K H05 V-K, H07 V-K

DATAFLAMM DATAFLAMM-C DATAFLAMM-C-PAAR DATAPUR-C DESINAâ Hybrid-Bus, Sensor-Aktuator DeviceNetä

E

G 36 G 37 G 38 A 90 I 83 -- I 84 I 85 -- I 89

H05 V-U, (H)05 V-U, (H)07 V-U H05BQ-F H05BQ-F H05BQ-F/H07BQ-F H05G-U/-K, H07G-U/-R/-K H05RN-F H05RR-F

E-Bus EDV-PiMF-CY ESUY ESY

I 95 -- I 96 C 22 N 22 N 22

H05RR-F H05SS+F H05SST-F H05V V-F/SJT

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Types H05V V-F/UL H05VV-F H05VV-F ¨ H05VV5-F (NYSLYO-JZ) ¨ H05VVC4V5-K (NYSLYCYO-JZ) H05Z-K / H07Z-K H07 RN-F H07 RN-F H07 RN-F H07 V-K, (H)07 V-K H07 V2-K H07 ZZ-F H07 V-R, (H)05 V-K, (H)07 V-K H07BQ-F ¨ H07BQ-F (NGMH11Yo) Halogen-free RG-Coaxial cables HELUFLON -FEP-6Y HELUFLON -PTFE-5Y HELUTHERMâ 120 HELUTHERM 1200 HELUTHERMâ 1200-ES HELUTHERM 145 HELUTHERM 145 HELUTHERM 145 MULTI HELUTHERM 145 MULTI-C HELUTHERM 400 HELUTHERM 600 HELUTHERM 600-ES HELUTHERM 800 HELUTHERMâ 800-ES HELUTRUCK 270 HELUTRUCKâ 271 HELUTRUCK 272 HELUTRUCKâ 273 HF-wires HL-NV 24 HL-NV 400 HOMEWAY Cables

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Types

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IBM Typ 1A, Typ 1A mini, Typ 6A Incremental feedback-cable-C-PUR Incremental feedback-cable-C-PVC Interbus

J

R

Q 39 I 77 -- I 79

J-2Y(St)H J-2Y(St)Y J-H(St)H J-H(St)H J-Y(St)Y Lg J-YY Bd JB-500 JB-750 JE-H(St)H JE-H(St)H JE-H(St)HRH JE-LiHCH JE-LiYCY JE-Y(St)Y JZ-500 JZ-500 JZ-500 HMH JZ-500 HMH-C JZ-500 orange JZ-500 PUR JZ-600 JZ-600 UL/CSA JZ-600-PUR JZ-600-Y-CY JZ-600-Y-CY UL/CSA JZ-600-YC-PUR JZ-602 JZ-602 RC* JZ-602 RC*-C-PUR JZ-602 RC*-CY JZ-602 RC*-PUR JZ-602-C-PUR

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G5 C 28 G4 G6 M4--M5 M3 A 14 A 15 G7 G9 G 10 G8 C 30 C 29 A1--A2 A 10 -- A 13 G 29 -- G 30 G 31 -- G 32 A 16 A 70 A5--A6 A 77 A 79 A7--A8 A 78 A 80 A 22 -- A 23 A 31 A 34 A 33 A 32 A 28

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Tyle of types of cables and wires

Types JZ-602-CY JZ-602-PUR JZ-603 JZ-603-CY JZ-604 TC TRAY CABLE JZ-604-FCY TC TRAY CABLE JZ-604-YCY TC TRAY CABLE JZ-750 JZ-750 yellow JZ-HF JZ-HF-CY

K

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Types

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MGCH MGH MGSG MGSGO MOTORFLEX EMV 1/1 MULTIFLEX 512 -C-PUR MULTIFLEX 512â-PUR Multimedia-Coaxial Cables MULTISPEED 500-C-PUR MULTISPEED 500-C-PUR UL/CSA MULTISPEED 500-C-PVC

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P4 P5 Q8 A 51 -- A 52 A 50 H8 A 64 A 65 A 62 A 63 A 66 A 67 A 58 A 59 A 56 A 57 A 60 A 61 A 55 A 55 A 55 A 54 A 53 E 27 E 28 P1 P1

KH-Bus KOMPOFLEXâ JZ-500 KOMPOFLEXâ JZ-500-C KOMPOFLEXâ JZ-500-C KOMPOSPEEDâ JZ-HF-500-C KOMPOSPEEDâ 600 KOMPOSPEEDâ 600-C KOMPOSPEEDâ JZ-HF-500

L

I 97 A 96 A 97 A 98 A 101 A 99 A 99 A 100

MULTISPEED 500-C-PVC UL/CSA MULTISPEED 500-C-TPE MULTISPEED 500-C-TPE UL/CSA MULTISPEED 500-PUR MULTISPEED 500-PUR UL/CSA MULTISPEED 500-PVC MULTISPEED 500-PVC UL/CSA MULTISPEED 500-TPE MULTISPEED 500-TPE UL/CSA

LAN-cable LAN-Industrie LFMGSSGO LFMKK LFMSGSSGO LiFDY LIFT-TRAGO-30 LIFT-TRAGO-60 LifY single core LifYCY LiY LiY-TPC-Y LiYW, H05 V2-K LMGSG LMGSGO LMKK Loudspeaker cables

I 31 -- I 49 I 91 -- I 92 P 14 P7 P 15 H 13 O4 O4 D 10 C 16 D1--D2 C 21 E 18 P9 P 10 P6 H 12

MULTISPEED 600-C-PUR MULTISPEED 600-PUR MULTISPEED 600-PUR UL/CSA MULTISPEED-TRONIC-C-PUR MULTISPEED-TRONIC-PUR MULTITHERM 400 MULTITHERM 400-ES MYY-J MYY-O

N

N2GMH2G-J (N)HMH-J/-O N2XCH N2XCH-FE 180/E 30 N2XCH-FE 180/E 90 N2XH N2XH-FE 180/E 30

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Types N2XH-FE 180/E 90 N2XS(F)2Y N2XS2Y N2XSEY N2XSY NA2XS(F)2Y NA2XS2Y NA2XSY NAYY-J ¨ NEO-flat (NGFLGOU) NEO-flat-CY Neopren Spiral Cable Neoprene Control Cable NHXCH-FE 180/E 30 NHXCH-FE 180/E 90 NHXH-FE 180/E 30 NHXH-FE 180/E 90 NHXMH-J/-O ¨ NSGAFOU 3KV ¨ NSHTOU ¨ NSSHOU NYCWY NYCY NYKY-J (N)YM(St)-J NYM-J/-O NYY-J NYY-O

O

Page G 21 -- G 22 N 19 N 17 N 21 N 15 N 20 N 18 N 16 N5 J2 J4 S 10 O2 G 20 G 27 -- G 28 G 18 -- G 19 G 25 -- G 26 L6 O 18 O7 O 14 N8 N6--N7 N 11 -- N 12 L3 L2 N2--N4 N2--N4

Types Petrol station cable POF-Plastic fibre cables PROFIBUS PROFInet PUR PUR electronic spiral cables unscreened

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I 93 -- I 94 S2--S3 S6--S7 PUR electronic spiral cables screened S 8 -- S 9 PUR-750 PUR-C-PUR PUR-ORANGE PUR-Single Cores PUR-YELLOW ¨ PURo-JZ ¨ PURo-JZ-HF ¨ PURo-JZ-HF-YCP PVC PVC-flat PVC-flat-CY PVC-Single Cores

R

A 81 A 89 A 82 G 34 A 83 A 71 -- A 72 A 46 -- A 47 A 48 -- A 49 S1 J1 J3 F 15

RD-H(St)H RD-Y(St)Y RD-Y(St)Yv RD-Y(St)YY RE-2Y(St)Yv RE-2Y(St)Yv PiMF RG-coaxial cables

G 35 C 23 C 24 C 24 C 25 -- C 26 C 27 H1--H3 H 11 H 11 J5 Q 32 Q 30 Q 31 Q 31 Q 29 F 14

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OZ-BL OZ-BL-CY

P

A 104 A 104

RGB-KOAX-(St)Y RGB-KOAX-CY Ribbon cables

PAAR-CY-OZ PAAR-TRONIC PAAR-TRONIC-CY PAAR-TRONIC-CY-CY (LiYCY-CY) PAAR-TRONIC-Li-2YCYv PAAR-TRONIC-Li-2YCY

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C 10 C7 C8--C9 C 19 C 20 C 20

ROBOFLEX 150,...151,...152,...153 ROBOFLEX 156-flat ROBOFLEX 2001 ROBOFLEX 2001-C ROBOFLEX sewer robot Rubber/Neoprene Control Cable

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Page M7 M6 H6--H7 H9 Q 55 Q 58 P 18 P 19 P 16 P 17 E8 E1--E2 E5--E6 E4 E7 E3 R6 A3 A4 A 29 -- A 30 Q 49 A 45 A 44 A 39 A 43 A 39 A 20 -- A 21 A 18 -- A 19

Types Thinnet Cable THREENORM TK-Key Control cable PUR-PUR TOPFLEXâ 228-10-14 TOPFLEX 240-PUR TOPFLEXâ 240-PVC TOPFLEX 600-C-PVC TOPFLEXâ 600-PVC TOPFLEX 611-C-PUR TOPFLEXâ 611-PUR TOPFLEX -EMV*-2YSLCY-J TOPFLEXâ-EMV*-3 PLUS 2YSLCY-J TOPFLEX -EMV*-UV-2YSLCYK-J TOPFLEXâ-EMV*-UV-3 PLUS 2YSLCY-J TOPFLEX -PUR TOPFLEX -PUR TOPFLEXâ-PVC TOPFLEX -PVC TOPFLEXâ 103 TOPFLEX 116 TOPFLEXâ 143 TOPGEBER 500 TOPGEBER 501 TOPGEBER 502 TOPGEBER 503 TOPGEBER 504 TOPGEBER 510 TOPGEBER 512 TOPSERV 100 TOPSERVâ 101

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S-Y(St)Y Bd S-YY Lg SAT-Coaxial Cables SAT-Coaxial Cables Sensorflex Sensorflex-H Ships Power Cables MPRX Ships Power Cables MPRXCX Ships Wiring Cables-SY single cores Ships Wiring Cables-SY stranded type SiF, SiF/GL, SiFF, SiD, SiD/GL SiHF SiHF UL/CSA SiHF-C-Si SiHF-C-Si UL/CSA SiHF/GL-P Simatic S7 Single 600 -J/-O Single 600-CY -J/-O Single 602-RC* -J/-O SOLARFLEX 100, 101, 102, 104 SUPER-PAAR-TRONIC-C-PUR ¨ SUPERTRONIC-C-PURo SUPERTRONIC-C-PVC ¨ SUPERTRONIC-PURo SUPERTRONIC-PVC SY-JB SY-JZ

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Q 42 Q 41 Q 41 Q 37 Q 37 A 68 A 68 Q 33 Q 35 Q 34 Q 36 Q 44 Q 46 Q 43 Q 45 Q9 Q 10 Q9 Q 18 -- Q 19 Q 24 Q 22 Q 23 Q 25 Q 20 Q 21 Q3 Q3 Q4 Q 38 Q 11 Q 12 Q 15 Q 38 Q 13 Q 11

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Tachofeedback-Cable-C-PUR Tachofeedback-Cable-C-PVC Tauchflex-FL Tauchflex-R THERMFLEX 145 THERMFLEX 180 EWKF THERMFLEX 180 EWKF-C THHN/THWN

Q 40 Q 39 O 17 O 16 Q 51 E 12 E 13 F5

TOPSERV 109 TOPSERVâ 110 TOPSERV 112 TOPSERVâ 113 + 127 TOPSERV 118 TOPSERVâ 120 TOPSERV 121 TOPSERVâ 123

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Tyle of types of cables and wires

Types TOPSERV 128 TOPSERV 137 TOPSERVâ 138 TOPSERVâ 150 TOPSERVâ 151 TOPSERVâ 152 TOPSERVâ 153 TOPSERV 155 TOPSERV 156 TOPSERV 220 TOPSERV 222 H TOPSERV 223 H Trago, Lift-25 Transceiver Cable TROMM-PUR TRONIC (LiYY) TRONIC 1-CY TRONIC 2-CY TRONIC-CY (LiY-CY) TUBEFLEX-(St)-CY TUBEFLEX-Y Twinaxial-IBM-cabling

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Types

U

Page F1 F2

UL-Style 1007, CSA TR 64 UL-Style 1015 UL-Style 3135 UNIPUR

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E 10 A 85 -- A 86 A 87 -- A 88

UNIPUR-CP

V

Vehicle cable FLY Vehicle cables FLRY VERTEILERFLEX VERTEILERFLEX 2-Approvals Video Cables

W

K1--K3 K4 Q 57 Q 56 H 10

Wind Power Cable WK 101, . . . 102, . . . 103, . . . 104

X

Q 50

X05 V-K, X07 V-K XLFMKK

Y

D9 P8

Y-CY-JB Y-CY-JZ Yellow Cable YR-Bell Sheathed Cables YV-Equipment Wires ¨ ¨ Yo-C-PURo-JZ

C 15 C 13 -- C 14 I 52 L1 L1 A 75 -- A 76

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HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PHONE: 303-680-5159 / 800-677-894 FAX: 303-680-5344 WWW.HELUKABEL.COM WW

HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PHONE: 303-680-5159 / 800-677-894 FAX: 303-680-5344 WWW.HELUKABEL.COM WW

HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WWW.HELUKABEL.COM

HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WWW.HELUKABEL.COM

HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WWW.HELUKABEL.COM

HI-TECH CONTROLS

14853 E. HINSDALE AVE. SUITE D CENTENNIAL, CO 80112-4240 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WWW.HELUKABEL.COM

General conditions of sale

1. General Only our conditions of sale shall be valid in respect of all deliveries. Contradicting conditions of purchase will not be accepted. Conditions of purchase shall only be valid if they have been explicitly accepted by us and confirmed in writing. 2. Prices Prices quoted include the reel and outer packing. Where cable drums are used an extra charge will be made. Drums are nonreturnable. Prices quoted are free German border for goods exceeding the value of EUR 511,29. For orders below EUR 255,65 prices quoted are ex-works. If special or express despatch is required a charge will be made in respect of the difference between this method of despatch and the standard freight charges. 3. Metal charges All prices quoted are based on a copper value of EUR 150,­ per 100 kg. An extra charge will be made to correct the cost of the copper content in accordance with the DEL price ruling on the day an order is received. 4. Delivered lengths A variation of 10% of the required quantity may be delivered. Material specially made to the customers requirements will be delivered in lengths as manufactured and may be subject to variation dictated by technical manufacturing considerations. 5. Payment As agreed. 6. Ownership All materials delivered by the supplier shall remain his property in its entirety until after receipt of all payment including additional costs which may arise. Where material is used by the purchaser as part of his own manufacturing programme, the supplier is to be regarded as the manufacturer and retains the right to part-ownership of the product in proportion of the value of the goods supplied to the value of the end product. 7. Packing charges Costs for packing will be charged. For boxes or similar packing we will charge a pledge. Packing of this kind has to be returned free of charge to station Hemmingen. At immediate return of packing free of charge we will credit 2/3 of the pledge. For lended drums the usual conditions of KTG, Cologne apply (also valid for the supply on HELU owned drums). The customer takes responsibility for the correct treatment of the packing and boxes and will be responsible in case of loss or damage. 8. Delivery period Delivery date stated in the order confirmation shall be understood to be inforce from the date on which all aspects of an order have been clarified. The supplier may not be held responsible for delays in the delivery date agreed which may be caused by unforeseen circumstances be they in his own organisation or due to delays occasioned by the suppliers to the seller. Acceptance and execution of orders are understood to be subject to the material being available from the suppliers to the seller. Notice that material is ready for shipments is to be considered equal to actual delivery. 9. Acceptance of risk

1.1.2004

The purchaser is responsible for all risks once a consignment (material and packing) has been handed to the transportation contractor or once the purchaser has been notified that the material is ready for despatch. This condition shall apply also where point of shipment is not the same as the destination where a contract may be deemed to be fulfilled. 10. Guarantee Only material manufactured in accordance with standards of the Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) is to be supplied in so far as such standards exist. Other quality requirements must be specially agreed upon prior to manufacture. The purchaser is obliged to inspect goods delivered in respect of possible external damage immediately upon receipt. Such damage must be notified in writing within 10 days of arrival of the material, quoting delivery note and invoice number. No claim will be accepted if this condition has not been fulfilled. Where a complaint is justified a replacement will be supplied within a reasonable period. The supplier cannot be held responsible beyond supplying a replacement, for any damage caused be it direct or indirect or consequential. Liability does not include natural wear nor damage caused as a result of incorrect or careless use of the material by the purchaser. This is to include use outside the limits for the material as stipulated by the supplier, including environmental, chemical, electrochemical or electrical conditions. 11. Return of the material Material will only be accepted back from the purchaser after written agreement to this effect has been issued by the seller. 12. Small quantity surcharge For orders of less than 50 metres of any type a surcharge of 20% will be made. For lengths between 51 and 99 metres a surcharge of 10% will be made. A minimum charge of EUR 25,56 will be made for any order. 13. Design changes The supplier reserves the right to implement changes resulting from further technical developments and modifications in manufacturing processes. The diameters given for cable and wires are approximate values and subject to fluctuations in technical manufacturing processes. 14. Completion of contract and court ruling for both seller and purchaser will be Ludwigsburg, Federal Republic of Germany.

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