Catalogue Cables and wires

Cables and wires

Catalogue

No 212257

COMPANYís

PROFILE

Elkabel Joint - Stock Company, with headquarters in Bourgas is the first Bulgarian company specialized in the production of cables and conductors. It was established in 1947 on the basis of several small-scale workshops for the production of electrical products. Today, Elkabel is the biggest manufacturer of cables in Bulgaria, which has gone the way of product and scope development and extension in order more fully to response to the high requirements of the market and to the changing needs of different industrial sectors.

KEY DATES OF THE COMPANY HISTORY ARE:
- 1950. The first workshop for the production of conductors was started up. The newly built workshop for the production of flexible cables with rubber insulation started operation. - 1970. Workshop for low voltage power cables with PVC insulation was started. - 1975. A newly built workshop for the production of telecommunication cables after the project of the Italian company De Angeli, started up. During the period 1979-1986 the production of power cables with cross-linked polyethylene insulation started in accordance with the license and equipment bought from Sumitomo Electric including: - two CCV lines cross linking in inert nitrogen media - laboratory equipment for material and end product quality control - know-how for the production of cables - In march 1995 Elkabel was the first company in Bulgaria certified in accordance with ISO 9002 and since 1998 the company has been re-certified by Bureau Veritas Quality International accordingly to the requirements of ISO 9001. - Since 1998 Elkabel is the first privatized company by the sale of shares on the Bulgarian Stock Market. The management is carried out on two levels: A Supervisory Council and A Board of Directors.

Elkabel spread across an area of 190 thousand square meters with built up infrastructure. It is situated in close proximity to the Port of Bourgas, the Duty Free Zone and the Airport. The plant has its own railway line and connection with E 773 Bourgas - Sofia. Elkabel is well-known and respected manufacturer not only in Bulgaria but in the international market as well. Its production is being exported to Germany, UK, France, Belgium, Hungary, Slovakia, Litva, Italy, Macedonia, Albania, Cyprus, Egypt, Nigeria, Russia, Ukraine, Uruguay, USA e.t.c.

types of cables are manufactured in accordance with a license and equipment bought from Sumitomo Electric - Japan. The cores can be copper and aluminium, outer sheaths - PVC or PE. Cables are manufactured with option - with or without armour. 3.Control Cables - with PVC insulation, manufactured to VDE, BS, BDS, IEC and other. 4. Power cables for overhead lines transmission up to 1 kV, manufactured to NFC, VDE, BDS. The changes in the market and customer requirements imposed all types of cables to be manufactured also with an option of waterresistance with longitudinal and cross water resistance, incombustible and halogen-free, with low emission of emitted gasses etc. TELECOMMUNICATION CABLES 1.Low frequency telecommunication cables, PE insulated, for urban telephone networks, copper conductors with D 0.4, 0.5, 0.6 mm, armoured and unarmoured. 2.Low frequency telecommunication cables, PE insulated, jelly filed for guarantee of longitudinal water protection of cables, for urban telephone networks. 3.High frequency telecommunication cables, paper and styroflex insulated, manufactured to BDS and GOST 4.Combined telecommunication cables

THE PRODUCTION STRUCTURE
includes: - production of copper and aluminium cores - production of control and power cables with insulation of PVC, PE and XLPE, armoured and unarmoured - production of power cables for rated voltage up to 110 kV - production of telecommunication cables with paper, styroflex and plastic insulation - production of copper and aluminium bare conductors - laboratory for in-coming and end control of materials and products - accredited testing laboratory

THE PRODUCTION PROGRAM
comprises the following group of cables: POWER CABLES 1.Power cables for rated voltage up to 1 kV, insulated with PVC, manufactured to VDE, BS, BDS, IEC and others. They are used for fixed installation in electrical systems and for transfer and distribution of energy. Cores can be copper and aluminium. Outer sheaths are of PVC or PE depending of the requirements of the standard and client. Cables are manufactured with an option to be with or without armour. 2.Power cables for medium and high voltage with XLPE insulation, for voltage rate 3,6/6, 6/10, 12/20, 20/35 and 64/110 kV. They are manufactured to BDS, IEC, BS, VDE. These

TESTS
Elkabel has a laboratory accredited by the Executive Agency ìBulgarian Accreditation Sedviceî and ìRvAî - Nitherlands, to carry out independent tests and parameter control of power, telecommunication and rubber cables. It is equipped with up-dated equipment. The latest acquisition is a new high voltage laboratory for long-lasting cable tests.

PRODUCTION CAPACITY
Copper cores - 6,000 tons Aluminium cores - 6,000 tons Power cables - 18,000 tons Telecommunication cables - 1500 tons

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1. POWER CABLES
LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES WITH PVC INSULATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 NYM-0; NYM-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 NYY-0 NYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 NYY-0; NYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 NAYY-0; NAYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 (N)AYY-0; (N)AYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 (N)AY2Y-0; (N)AY2Y-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 E-YY-0 E-YY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 E-AY2Y-0 E-AY2Y-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 AYY-0; AYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 SZAMKAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 NYCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 NAYCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 NYCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 YBY-0; YBY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 AYBY-0; AYBY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES WITH XLPE INSULATION . . . . . . . . . . . .35 2XY-0; 2XY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 ¿2XY-0; ¿2XY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 2XYRaY; A2XYRaY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 2XYRY-0/J; A2XYRY-0/J . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 N2XY-0/J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 N¿2XY-0; N¿2XY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 U 1000 R2V; U 1000 AR2V . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 EXVB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Cu/XLPE/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Cu/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Cu/XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 NFA2X //; S¿H - VŒ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 S¿H - VŒ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Al/R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 SAH-20//SAX; SAHv-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62

MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 2XSY/N2XSY; A2XSY/NA2XSY . . . . . . . . . . . .66 2XS2Y/N2XS2Y; A2XS2Y/NA2XS2Y . . . . . . . .68 2XS2Y-TRIPLEX/N2XS2Y-TRIPLEX; A2XS2Y-TRIPLEX/NA2XS2Y-TRIPLEX . . . . . .70 2XS(F)2Y/N2XS(F)2Y; A2XS(F)2Y/NA2XS(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX /N2XS(F)2Y -TRIPLEX; A2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX/NA2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX . .74 2XS(FL)2Y/N2XS(FL)2Y; A2XS(FL)2Y/NA2XS(FL)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 2XS(FL)2Y-TRIPLEX/N2XS(FL)2Y-TRIPLEX; A2XS(FL)2Y -TRIPLEX/NA2XS(FL)2Y-TRIPLEX . .78 2XS≈Y/N2XS≈Y; A2XS≈Y/NA2XS≈Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 2XS≈2Y/N2XS≈2Y; A2XS≈2Y/NA2XS≈2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 2XS≈(F)2Y/(N)2XS≈(F)2Y; A2XS≈(F)2Y/(N)A2XS≈(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 2XS≈(FL)2Y/(N)2XS≈(FL)2Y; A2XS≈(FL)2Y/(N)A2XS≈(FL)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . .86 2XSY; A2XSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 2XS2Y; A2XS2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 2XS(F)2Y; A2XS(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 2XS(FL)2Y; A2XS(FL)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 2XS≈Y; A2XS≈Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 2XS≈2Y; A2XS≈2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 2XS≈(F)2Y; A2XS≈(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 2XS≈(FL)2Y A2XS≈(FL)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . .102 2XSEYBY; A2XSEYBY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 2XSEYB2Y; A2XSEYB2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 2XSE(F)2YB2Y/2XSE(F)2YBY; A2XSE(F)2YB2Y/A2XSE(F)2YBY . . . . . . . . . .108 2XSEYBY; A2XSEYBY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 2XSEYB2Y; A2XSEYB2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 2XSE(F)2YB2Y/2XSE(F)2YBY; A2XSE(F)2YB2Y/A2XSE(F)2YBY . . . . . . . . . .114 A2XS(F)2YT; A2XS2YT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC;

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Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC; Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE; Al/XLPE/CWS/PE . . . . .122 Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE - TRIPLEX; Al/XLPE/CWS/PE - TRIPLEX . . . . . . . . . . . .124 Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb; Al/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 CuwXLPE/CWS/PE-wb AlwXLPE/CWS/PE-wb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 EVAVB; EVAVB-F2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 EXeCWB; EAXeCWB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 EXeCVB; EAXeCVB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . . .136 2XS(F)2Y; A2XS(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 A2XSY 1ı50rm/16 ELFILT . . . . . . . . . . . .140 A2XSY 1ı50rm/16 ELFILT . . . . . . . . . . . .141 POWER CABLES, FLAME RETARDANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142 NYYfr-0/J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 NYCY - FR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146 FG70R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148 2XYRYfr-0/J; A2XYRYfr-0/J . . . . . . . . . . .150 2XYRaY- FR; A2XYRaY-FR . . . . . . . . . . .152 2XSEY- FR; A2XSEY-FR . . . . . . . . . . . . .153 2XSEYBY- FR; A2XSEYBY - FR . . . . . . . .154 2XSYRaY- FR; A2XSYRaY- FR . . . . . . . .155 EVAVB-F2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT . .158 NHXMH-0; NHXMH-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158 (N)HXH-FE 180 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 N2XH-0/J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162 N2XSH; NA2XSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 N2XSEH; NA2XSEH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166 Cu/XLPE/LSF/SWA/LSF . . . . . . . . . . . . .168 Cu/XLPE/LSF/AWA/LSF . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/AWA/LSF . . . . . . . . .171 N2X—H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172

2XBH/¿2XBH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174 2XSsH/(N)2XSsH; 2XSH/(N)2XSH . . . . .176 Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/SWA/LSF . . . . . . . . .177

2. TELE—OMMUNICATION CABLES
COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178 ¿-PMZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 ¿-PMZBC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184 A-2YF(L)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184 A-2Y(L)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186 INSTALLATION CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS .188 J-Y(St)Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 LiYY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 LiYCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194 LiYY-fr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198 LiYCY-fr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208 RE-2Y(St)Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208 RD-Y(St)Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210 RE-2Y(St)Y-fl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212 RE-2Y(St)Y-fl PiMF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214 RE-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216 RE-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl - PiMF . . . . . . . . . . .218 RE-2X(St)Y -fr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220 RE-2X(St)Y - fr PiMF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .222 PVC/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .224 PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .226 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228 PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228 PVC/PVC/SWA/HDPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234 PVC/OSCR/PVC/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . .236

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HALOGEN - FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238 LSZH/LSZH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238 LSZH/LSZH/SWA/LSZH . . . . . . . . . . . . .242 LSZH/ŒSCR/LSZH/SWA/LSZH . . . . . . .246 JE-HCH ...x2x0.8 BD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248 JE-LiHCH ...x2x0.5mm2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .249 CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 5KV . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 PE/PE/SWA/PE ...x2x1/0.8 . . . . . . . . . . .250 PE/PE/SWA/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254 PE/PJF/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8 . . . . . .258 LOOP FEEDER CABLES PE/SWA/PE . . . . . . . . . . .260 PE/PE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .261

4. BARE STRANDED CONDUCTORS
MULTIWIRE CONDUCTORS . . . . . . . . .282 Multiwire copper and aluminium conductors class 2 . . . . . . . .282 Multiwire copper conductors class 4 . . .283 Multiwire copper conductors class 5 . . .284 Multiwire copper conductors class 6 . . .285 BARE COPPER CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD LINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .286 Bare copper conductors . . . . . . . . . . . . .286 Bare copper conductors . . . . . . . . . . . . .287 BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS, STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .288 Bare aluminium conductors and aluminum conductors, steel reinforced .288 Bare aluminium stranded conductors . . .289 Bare aluminium conductors, steel reinforced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .290 Bare aluminium conductors . . . . . . . . . .291 Bare aluminium and aluminium steel reinforced stranded conductors . . .292 Bare aluminium conductors and aluminum conductors, steel reinforced . . . . . . . . . .294

3. CONDUCTORS
CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .262 H05V-U/-K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .264 H07V-U/-R/-K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .265 NYIFY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .267 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES . . . . . . . . . . . .268 H03VV-F; H03VVH2-F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .268 H05VV-F; H05VVH2-F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .269 H05RR-F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .270 OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .272 H05VV5-F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .272 H05VVC4V5-K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .274 OPVC-JZ-CY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .276 OPVC - JZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .278 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS WITH LOW EMISSION OF SMOKE AND CORROSIVE GASES WHEN AFFECTED BY FARE . . . . . . . . .280 H07Z-U/R/K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .280

5. CABLES AND WIRES ACCORDING TO BDS
SVT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .296 SVT-s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .298 SAVT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 SVTT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .302 SAVTT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .304 SVBT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .306 SAVBT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .308 SVOBT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310 SAPEmT-et 312 SAHEmT- et 313 SHEkT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .314

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.338 SAVBVn/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .397 8 ELKABEL . . . . . . . . .345 MKKG . . .364 TPPV . . . . . . .326 SVVn/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .391 Cu/PVC/PVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .318 SvHEk(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .378 PPVAR . . . . . . . . . . . . .344 MKEmPBP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .380 PTPV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .347 MKKBP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .343 MKBP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .318 SAHEk(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .316 SHEk(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .358 TZEmPBPe . . . . . .394 XYMM K35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .320 SHEa(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . .324 SVBT SAVBT . . . . . . . . . .388 PVV-MB1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .390 PVOT-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .336 SVBVn/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .370 TPJP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .349 MKKEmPBPj . . . . . . . . . . . .392 PVO . . . . . .332 SAVVn/¿ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .381 YV . . . .354 TZBP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .320 SAvHEk(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .328 SVVn/A . . . .396 TECHNICAL DATA . . . . .368 TPPBPe .330 SVVn/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SAHEkT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .379 PMVSUR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .366 TPPBP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352 TZBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .350 TZG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .360 TPP . . . . . . . . . . . .324 SAHEmeT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .348 MKKEmPBP . . . . . . .346 MKKBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .362 TPPP . . . . . . .387 PVV-¿3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .380 PMVS . . . . . . . .376 PPVR . . . . . . . . . . . .372 TPJPBP . . . .356 TZEmPBP . . . . . . .340 MKG . . . . . . . . . . . . .314 SHEk(vn)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .316 SAHEk(vn)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .374 TPJPP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .384 PVU-¿1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .382 TSV/¿/V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .395 SPC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .342 MKBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .386 PVU-¿2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .322 SHEmeT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .393 ShKPSS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .322 SAHEa(v)P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .334 SVBVn/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES WITH PVC INSULATION ELKABEL LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES WITH PVC INSULATION .

short circuit temperature 160 ∞C.0 re re re re re rm re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re rm rm Constructive data NYM-o/j 300/500 V Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 3 x 35. blue black.0 5 x 25.core Multiple core blue.2 kV 50 Hz 6 x D cable VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) Color coding Single core .0 12.1 Shape Outer Cable weight weight diameter Cu approx.0 1 x 16.0 2 x 25.7 19.5 12 x 1.9 15. black with number mark black.5 7 x 2. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) Insulation PVC type YI1 acc.5 4 x 2. Cable design Construction Conductor Accordind to VDE 0250 part 204 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc. or or yellow/green. NYM-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U . approx. approx.7 25. brown. conductor 70 ∞C temperature Max.0 4 x 25.8 16.3 29. min.9 12.8 14.0 4 x 10.2 21.core 4.9 16.1 9.8 11. VDE0207 Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheat elastic or plastic filling compound Sheat PVC type YM1 acc.6 29.5 1 x 2. yellow/green core in the black.0 5 x 35.0 3 x 6.9 12.0 4 x 1.5 10 x 1.3 10.0 5 x 6.3 11.0 3 x 16.0 7 x 1.5 4 x 4.5 3 x 4.2 32.0 2 x 35.7 6.5 11. brown black. grey grey.2 18. approx.0 2 x 1.0 5 x 10.8 9. grey brown AC . on cores and blue.6 15.9 7. grey.6 8. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.5 rm re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re Shape Outer Cable weight weight diameter Cu approx.0 4 x 16.0 22.300/500 V VDE 0250 part 204 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Application NYM is used as power and control cable in static installations for indoor instsllations.0 3 x 10. en.0 2 x 10.0 14.NYM-0.5 2 x 4. grey outer cover Constructive data NYM-o/j 300/500 V Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 1 x 1.4 6. in and under plaster and in the air where mechanical damage is not anticipated.5 3 x 2. brown. not more than 5 sec Rated voltage Uo/U 300/500 V Test voltage Bending radius. 10 ELKABEL .0 2 x 6.5 19.0 4 x 35. mm 26.0 3 x 25.5 2 x 2.2 19.0 5 x 16. on cores black or or black with number mark yellow/green.black or yellow/green Double core .5 5 x 2.3 kg/km 14 23 37 56 94 153 28 46 75 112 188 307 485 673 43 70 112 168 282 460 728 kg/km 50 65 87 110 165 237 140 175 235 297 487 696 1036 1370 145 204 279 364 571 849 1270 kg/km 1010 57 93 149 223 376 614 970 1346 71 116 187 279 470 767 1213 1683 100 163 142 171 kg/km 1656 176 242 352 454 703 1051 1603 2059 207 287 433 541 844 1268 1934 2536 250 366 400 458 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.blue and brown or yellow-green and black Other constructions according to table 5. VDE 0207 Color grey Technical data Conductor resistance According to VDE 0295 at 20 ∞C class 1 or 2 (IEC60228) Max. yellow/gre brown.0 1 x 6.7 10. mm 5.0 2 x 16.0 4 x 6.7 10.5 1 x 4. on.0 5 x 1.core brown.0 3 x 1. Flame test 3.5 5 x 4.4 11.3 10.9 24.9 24.8 26.5 13. black. blue.0 15. approx.0 1 x 10.2 16.9 14.

5 re 17.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 627 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL CABLE Application NYY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations.8 27.2 26.0 526 1195 14 x 4.9 28.5 20 x 1.8 284 729 30 x 2.5 25.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications. kg/km 662 733 807 916 968 1001 1203 1278 1386 1641 639 766 950 1035 1147 1265 1440 Cu weight kg/km Cu weight kg/km 279 325 372 441 464 488 557 627 697 859 261 299 373 448 522 597 709 12 x 2.5 re 21.7 21.0 114 385 16 x 2.2 171 509 20 x 2. in secondary distribution networks and other. conductor temperature Max. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.0 27 x 1.5 re 18.5 re 19.3 21.8 29.0 7 x 2.8 163 413 16 x 4.5 8 x 1. underground and in water where mechanical amage is not anticipated. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc.5 re 23.3 426 1030 12 x 4. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.2 0.5 re 17.5 re 14. not more than 5 sec 0.8 23. ELKABEL 11 .5 re 24.5 re 19. for indoor instalations.4 186 493 19 x 4.3 232 609 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.5 14 x 1.5 re 15.9 23.5 10 x 1. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 627 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.7 22. mm 0.8 20.0.5 re 20.9 26.5 re 16.5 12 x 1.0 8 x 2. in the open air.NYY-0 NYY-J Uo/U .6/1 kV AC .6 26.7 100 323 14 x 2.9 341 904 7 x 4.8 270 689 27 x 2.5 re 24.0 10 x 2.0 37 x 1. VDE 0207 black Color coding black with number mark on cores or black with number mark on cores and yellow/green in the outer cover 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) Construction data NYY o/j Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.5 21 x 1.3 23.0 199 559 21 x 2.5 re 19.5 7 x 1. mm 19.5 re 25.5 re 27.8 24.5 19 x 1.5 16 x 1.5 24 x 1.0 30 x 1. kg/km Construction data NYY o/j Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Sheath Color filling compound or tapes PVC type DMV5 acc.6/1 kV Cable weight approx.8 299 751 37 x 2.0 25 x 1.9 227 617 24 x 2.5 re 21.4 384 954 10 x 4.5 355 968 8 x 4.7 142 472 19 x 2.9 19.6/1 kV Cable weight approx. VDE0207 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.

VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc. not more than 5 sec 0. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) 70 ∞C 160 ∞C. VDE0276 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 ∞C Max.NYY-0. conductor temperature Max.0. Cable design Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application NYY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations. in the open air.6/1 kV AC . underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated.black or yellow/green Double core .core 5.core 4. NYY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Sheath Color filling compound PVC type DMV5 acc. in secondary distribution networks and other.core Multiple core blue blue brown brown brown black black with number mark black black grey on cores grey grey black or or or or black with number mark yellow/green yellow/green on cores and yellow/green blue brown yellow/green core in the blue brown black outer cover brown grey black grey 12 ELKABEL . VDE 0276 black Bending radius -single core -multi core Temperature of exploitation Flame test 15 x D cable 12 ı D cable -30 ∞C to +50 ∞C VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) Color coding Single core . for indoor instalations.blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3.

0 4 x 10.0 5 x 70. ELKABEL 13 .0 1 x 120.3 55.0 5 x 6.5 19.1 12.0 5 x 10.0 1 x 95.9 33.0 4 x 300.7 14.5 3 x 2.2 33.0 2 x 50.9 9.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Constructive data NYY -o/j 0.0+70 3 x 150.0 3 x 35.0 2 x 10.9 13.0 4 x 150.7 25.7 34.9 12.0 12.7 48.0 4 x 50.0 1 x 300.0 3 x 50.4 26.1 29.0 3 x 6.8 17.0 1 x 150.0+16 3 x 35.2 33.0 16.5 4 x 4.3 50.0 5 x 35.9 15.5 38.5 5 x 4.0 3 x 240.5 5 x 2.0 2 x 6.0 3 x 300.1 43.0 3 x 25.8 40.0 4 x 95.7 13.0 1 x 240.9 13.2 12.0 4 x 25.7 30.0 5 x 95.5 21. kg/km 63 76 104 128 183 247 359 462 603 817 1092 1334 1627 2013 2598 3200 4048 5141 192 229 315 382 509 676 1027 1301 1703 2312 3093 201 247 350 435 606 828 1260 1622 2139 2380 3233 3962 Constructive data NYY -o/j 0.4 20.0 1 x 500.7 29.0 3 x 16.0 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm Shape Outer cable diameter approx.0 5 x 25.7 12.2 42. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.7 29.0 20.0 2 x 70.4 17. kg/km 4867 6046 7869 9702 1422 1790 2091 2820 3824 4779 5685 7163 9227 11363 232 289 419 525 741 1024 1615 2095 2311 3142 4281 5256 6442 8033 10426 12850 272 341 494 635 911 1262 1964 2593 3435 4638 6318 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.7 10.0 4 x 6.1 38.0 2 x 1.4 27.0 3 x 25.1 12.0 4 x 70.4 37.2 17.0 5 x 16.5 1 x 2.0 27.1 18.0+150 4 x 1.3 60.6 24.9 15.0 4 x 240.0 1 x 185.5 2 x 4.2 35.0 2 x 25.5 3 x 4.0 3 x 95.4 19.0+35 3 x 95.0 3 x 120.0 5 x 1.8 27.0 2 x 35.4 29.0 2 x 16.0 1 x 35.5 1 x 4.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 3 x 150.3 60.0 1 x 6.5 4 x 2.5 8.4 23.0 3 x 1.0 1 x 10.0 5 x 50.0 4 x 16.5 25.0 21.4 8.1 53.0 3 x 70.5 2 x 2.8 49.1 29.0+70 3 x 185.4 37.0 1 x 400.0+25 3 x 70.0 1 x 50.0+95 3 x 240.0 4 x 185.0+16 3 x 50.9 17.0 1 x 25.8 40.4 19.9 14.1 24.0 2 x 95.8 16.1 Copper weight kg/km 4245 5311 6981 8661 876 1159 1605 2304 3187 4096 4901 6222 8128 10076 57 93 149 223 376 595 970 1346 1817 2624 3643 4587 5660 7082 9308 11548 71 116 187 279 470 744 1213 1683 2271 3280 4554 Cable weight approx.0+120 3 x 300.2 33.0+50 3 x 120.1 38.1 19.8 49.8 30.1 7.0 3 x 10.0 4 x 35.0 3 x 185.4 Copper weight kg/km 14 23 37 56 94 149 243 337 454 656 911 1147 1415 1770 2327 2887 3692 4725 28 46 75 112 188 298 485 673 908 1312 1822 43 70 112 168 282 447 728 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 Cable weight approx.5 25.1 32.8 22.2 30.0 1 x 16.0 1 x 70. mm 7.3 55.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 1 x 1. mm 39.8 44.0 sm sm sm sm sm re sm re sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm re re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer cable diameter approx.9 15.0 4 x 120.8 44.

in secondary distribution networks and other. VDE0207 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—. in the open air. NAYY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .0.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Sheath Color filling compound PVC type DMV5 acc. not more than 5 sec 0.6/1 kV AC . underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated.core Multiple core Color coding Single core . Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application NAYY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations. for indoor instalations.NAYY-0. VDE 0207 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) 5 .core 4 .core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green brown black grey brown black grey or yellow/green blue brown blue brown black with number mark black on cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey 14 ELKABEL . VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc.black or yellow/green Double core -blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3 . conductor temperature Max.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.

5 31.5 15. mm 12.9 27.0 3 x 185.0 3 x 70.0 52.0+25 3 x 70.0 4 x 50.0 5 x 50.0 1 x 300.0 2 x 70.0 3 x 95.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1x25.0 2 x 50.8 38.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data NAYY o/j 0.0 41.2 48.0 5 x 35.3 25.0 1 x 120.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4 x 25.0 3 x 35.7 30.7 64.4 17.2 31.0 22.8 45.2 43.3 27.3 Al weight kg/km 70 97 131 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 140 194 261 199 269 390 539 210 291 404 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 462 474 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 Cable weight approx.0 53.0 1 x 35.0 38.0 3 x 50.2 48.0+70 3 x 150. ELKABEL 15 .1 30.0 3 x 120. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.0 4 x 300.0 3 x 50.0+25 3 x 50.6 34.2 43.0 3 x 240.2 13.8 30.0 4 x 240.0+150 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re+re sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.3 28.4 24.0 40.0+70 3 x 185.0 5 x 95.0 5 x 50.0 1 x 50.2 35.0 2 x 35.8 Al weight kg/km 281 388 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2105 2762 3452 351 485 653 360 497 673 974 1349 Cable weight approx.0 re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0+120 3 x 300.0 4 x 95.0 1 x 150.0 1 x 400.1 19.0 5 x 25.0 1 x 50.1 33.9 23.3 58.7 64.9 35.7 51.0 40.0+35 3 x 95. kg/km 912 1111 1265 1658 2139 2524 3123 4002 4848 5882 1072 1326 1771 1183 1456 1919 2452 3257 Note Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.0 1 x 70.0+95 3 x 240.0 3 x 50.2 36.0+50 3 x 120.4 33.0 2 x 35.0 2 x 25.8 22.0 2 x 95.1 30.0 3 x 150.0 5 x 35.0 5 x 25.0 1 x 240.1 43.1 14. mm 25.7 25.0 1 x 185.3 49. kg/km 190 229 288 303 385 499 589 705 862 1083 1325 1657 2172 685 826 1049 880 1155 1447 1905 768 932 1294 994 1250 1675 1964 2365 2913 3693 1310 1158 1537 1971 2346 2839 3470 4399 5321 Construction data NAYY o/j 0.0 4 x 70.6 24.3 20.0 4 x 120.0 38.0 1 x 500.8 31.0 3 x 25.0 4 x 150.7 58.2 36.0 5 x 70.0 4 x 35.8 28.1 37.0 2 x 50.0 4 x 185.4 29.9 27.7 30.0 1 x 95.

core blue brown black grey or yellow/green brown black grey 5 .6/1 kV AC . in secondary distribution networks and other.LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE (N)AYY-0 (N)AYY-J Uo/U . VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications. not more than 5 sec 0. VDE 0207 Test voltage black Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) 4 .0.black.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application (N)AYY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations. for indoor instalations. or yellow/green Double core .core blue brown black grey black or yellow/green blue brown black grey Color coding Single core . in the open air. conductor temperature Max. VDE0207 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc.core brown black grey or yellow/green blue brown 16 ELKABEL .black and blue or yellow-green and black 3 . underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color PVC type DMV5 acc.

0 4 x 185.0 4 x 50.2 5018.0+35 3 x 95.6 38.9 15.8 1527.2 49.0 1 x 300.0 1 x 150.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data (N)AYY o/j 0.7 23. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.7 64.1 18.0 986 1068.0 4 x 120.4 22.5 2717.7 2637.0 3 x 50.2 961.4 26.0 5 x 35.4 30. mm 48.0+50 3 x 120.0 4 x 95.6 715.0 1 x 500.8 43.2 Al weight kg/km 2071 462 474 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 281 388 522 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2105 2762 3452 351 485 653 360 497 673 974 1349 Cable weight approx.0 5 x 70.0 1 x 400.0 2 x 50.0 2 x 70.0 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.4 2337.9 32.0 3 x 35.0 4 x 300.1 981.3 26.0 1 x 50.8 26.8 1376.0 1 x 70.1 1586.0 1 x 95.1 20.8 753.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 240.0 4 x 35.0 2 x 25.0 3 x 185. kg/km 3474.0 52.9 1836.0 1 x 35.0 4 x 70.3 23.9 1554.3 2917.5 3776.0 3 x 25.0 sm re+re sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0 2 x 95.2 33.8 29.0 34.2 2162.2 5562.2 45.0 587.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 x 25.0 609.7 61.8 4558.1 29.0 2 x 35.5 472.0 3 x 120.0 1 x 185.3 3248.1 27.8 922.4 Construction data (N)AYY o/j 0.1 16.0 1 x 50.0 5 x 35.6 21.2 Note Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.2 48.8 29.1 Al weight kg/km 70 97 131 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 140 194 261 199 269 390 539 210 291 392 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 Cable weight approx. mm 11.0+25 3 x 70.2 29.3 23.0 5 x 50.0 2 x 35.0 22.0 1170.0 1417.0 4 x 50.0 4 x 150.8 490.0+150 4 x 25. ELKABEL 17 .0+25 3 x 50.5 1032.8 885.0 3 x 95.2 28.5 30. kg/km 190 229 288 303 385 499 589 705 862 1083 1325 1657 2172 391.2 41.9 2672.2 36.0 5 x 95.1 33.6 55.4 34.8 27.3 4124.5 1157.6 1033.0 31.2 33.2 1835.0 3 x 50.0 2 x 50.0+95 3 x 240.6 594.0 39.0 1194.0 3 x 150.5 13.6 26.6 39.0 24.8 36.8 657.0 40.2 43.8 25.3 913.0 3 x 70.0 5 x 25.3 58.3 25.0+120 3 x 300.0 4 x 240.0 1 x 240.2 45.0 1 x 120.5 12.1 28.0 3 x 50.5 2222.0+70 3 x 185.5 1997.0+70 3 x 150.1 37.4 1991.2 20.0 5 x 25.0 5 x 50.7 1269.

underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated. VDE0276 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.core light blue brown black grey black or yellow/green light blue brown black grey Color coding Single core .These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.0.6/1 kV AC . for indoor instalations. or yellow/green Double core . in secondary distribution networks and other. in the open air.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color PE type DMP 2 acc. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core 3 .LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE (N)AY2Y-0 (N)AY2Y-J Uo/U . not more than 5 sec 0. VDE 0276 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter 4 . Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc.black.core light blue brown black grey or yellow/green brown black grey 5 . conductor temperature Max.6/1 kV Similar to VDE 0276 part 603 Application (N)AY2Y is used in power plants industrial and switching installations.core brown black grey or yellow/green light blue brown According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.light blue and brown or yellow-green and black 18 ELKABEL .

9 15.1 29.4 34.0 4 x 50.0 sm re+re sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.8 29.2 Al weight kg/km 2071 462 474 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 281 388 522 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2105 2762 3452 351 485 653 360 497 673 974 1349 Cable weight approx.3 58.0 2 x 70.0+35 3 x 95.0+25 3 x 70.0 34.3 25.6 39. 986 1233 1531 2019 276 346 451 358 507 781 1045 475 585 763 839 1066 1441 1710 2074 2546 Construction data (N)AY2Y o/j 0. kg/km 159 195 249 255 339 447 525 631 780.3 23.0 3 x 150.0 5 x 25.0 39.0 1 x 400.0 2 x 25.2 28.0 3 x 50.2 49.0 2 x 35.0 4 x 70.0+120 3 x 300.7 23.0+95 3 x 240.0 1 x 70.0 1 x 95.0+70 3 x 150.0 3 x 120.0+150 4 x 25.0 4 x 95.1 Al weight kg/km 70 97 131 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 140 194 261 199 269 390 539 210 291 392 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 Cable weight approx.0 4 x 50.0 3 x 70.0+70 3 x 185.0 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.1 37.0 5 x 25. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.0 3 x 95.0 1 x 120.4 30.0 2 x 50.3 23.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PE sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data (N)AY2Y o/j 0.2 41.2 33.0 4 x 35.3 26.4 26.7 64.0 4 x 185.1 20.8 29.2 33.9 32.0 3 x 50.1 33.8 43.0 1 x 240.0 5 x 70.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 240.0 1 x 500.0 1 x 35.5 13.8 25.8 36.2 45.0 2 x 35.2 20. mm 11.0 1 x 50.4 22.1 18.0+50 3 x 120.0 31.6 26.0 5 x 35.0 3 x 25.0+25 3 x 50. kg/km 3267 940 1003 1337 1738 2050 2509 3096 3939 4801 681 832 1129 1081 1415 1855 2182 2736 3565 4300 5259 750 1009 1352 836 1094 1463 1846 2481 Note Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.0 3 x 185.0 5 x 50.6 55.0 5 x 50.0 40.0 52.2 36.5 30.0 1 x 300.0 2 x 95.2 43.8 26.5 12.0 4 x 120.2 29.1 16.0 5 x 95. mm 48.6 38.2 48.0 4 x 150.0 24. ELKABEL 19 .1 28.0 4 x 300.1 27.0 5 x 35.8 27.0 1 x 185.0 2 x 50.6 21.0 22.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 x 25.0 3 x 35.0 1 x 50.2 45.0 4 x 240.0 3 x 50.7 61.0 1 x 150.

8 6.core light blue/brown black/grey or yellow/green brown/black/ grey Construction data E-YY o/j 0. for indoor instalations.7 17.0 5 x 1. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.0+35 3 x 95.0 3 x 185.2 33.0+16 3 x 50. 20 ELKABEL .6 40. underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated.5 19.0 3 x 240.0+70 3 x 150.0+70 3 x 185.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 70.6/1 kV AC .4 39.5 5x4 5x6 5 x 10 5 x 16 sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.5 14. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core 3 .7 48.8 15.2 11.0 3 x 95. kg/km 2820 3824 4779 5685 7163 525 741 1024 272 341 494 635 911 1262 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color PVC type DMV 1 acc.6 25.1 29.light blue and brown or yellow-green and black 4 . in the open air.0+25 re re re re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm+rm sm+rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.core light blue/brown black/grey/ black or yellow/green light blue/brown black/grey Color coding Single core . kg/km 201 247 350 435 606 828 2139 2380 3233 3962 4867 6046 7869 1790 2091 Construction data E-YY o/j 0.0 4 x 16. HD 603 S1 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter 5 .6/1 kV HD 603 S1 part 3A Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Application E-YY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations.2 35. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to HD 603 S1 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.0 3 x 150. conductor temperature Max.1 37.7 13.0 29. HD 603 S1 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.6 Cu weight kg/km 2304 3187 4096 4901 6222 223 376 595 71 116 187 279 470 744 Cable weight approx.1 Cu weight kg/km 43 70 112 168 282 447 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1159 1605 Cable weight approx. not more than 5 sec 0. in secondary distribution networks and other.E-YY-0 E-YY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .1 26.6 12. mm 11.1 21.black.core brown/black grey or yellow/green light blue/brown According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.5 3x4 3x6 3 x 10 3 x 16 3 x 50.5 45.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 1.0 3 x 70.0 3 x 120.0 4 x 10.7 14.5 3 x 2.5 16.8 49.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.0+50 3 x 120. or yellow/green Double core .0 3 x 35.4 13.0+95 4 x 6.0.0 17.2 42.5 5 x 2.0 19. mm 33. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV1 acc.

0 2 x 70. HD 603 S1 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.0 1 x 95.0 1 x 300.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color PE type DMP 2 acc.0 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.2 43. not more than 5 sec 0.2 33.0+35 3 x 95.core blue/brown black/grey/ black or yellow/green blue/brown black/grey Color coding Single core .3 58. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.2 28.0.0 1 x 35.0 52. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV1 acc.1 33.0+25 3 x 50.0 1 x 70.0 1 x 185.9 15.core brown/black grey or yellow/green blue/brown According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.0 2 x 95.1 16.0 24.0+150 re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re+re sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.1 20.1 18.0 39. in the open air.0 3 x 240. 986 1233 1531 2019 276 346 451 358 507 781 1045 Construction data E-AY2Y o/j 0.0+70 3 x 150.7 23.0+95 3 x 240.8 36.1 48.8 25.0 1 x 150.black.2 48.0 3 x 70. mm 11.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 25.0 3 x 50.6/1 kV AC . kg/km 475 585 763 839 1066 1441 1710 2074 2546 3267 940 1003 1337 1738 2050 2509 3096 3939 4801 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.8 43.0 2 x 50.0 3 x 35.0+25 3 x 70. conductor temperature Max.0 3 x 120.6/1 kV HD 603 S1 part 3A Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PE sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Application E-AY2Y is used in power plants industrial and switching installations. in secondary distribution networks and other.2 20.0+70 3 x 185.4 22.3 25.0 22.0+50 3 x 120.0 3 x 50.6 26.0 1 x 400.5 12. ELKABEL 21 .0 3 x 185.8 29. for indoor instalations.0 3 x 50.0 3 x 95.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.E-AY2Y-0 E-AY2Y-J Uo/U .0 2 x 35.0 40. kg/km 159 195 249 255 339 447 525 631 780.3 23.1 37.0 3 x 150.0 2 x 25. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc.0 1 x 50.1 27.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 x 25.2 36.6 Al weight kg/km 70 97 131 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 140 194 261 199 269 390 539 Cable weight approx.0 1 x 50. VDE 0276 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter 4 .7 64.0 34.core blue/brown/ black/grey or yellow/green brown/black/ grey 5 .5 30.0 2 x 50.0 2 x 35.0 1 x 500.3 Al weight kg/km 210 291 392 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 462 474 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 Cable weight approx.4 26.1 29.0 1 x 120.0 1 x 240.0+120 3 x 300.5 13. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core 3 .blue and brown or yellow-green and black Construction data E-AY2Y o/j 0. or yellow/green Double core . mm 21.0 31. underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated.

conductor temperature Max. kg/km 2210 2710 3320 4110 Note Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.0 4 x 50. mm 40. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4 x 16.0 4 x 150. underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502 22 ELKABEL . IEC 60228 PVC type PVC/A acc.9 Al weight kg/km 1340 1650 2100 2720 Cable weight approx.8 55. in the open air.0 4 x 70. kg/km 460 670 1180 1390 1860 Construction data AYY o/j 0. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to IEC 60228 class 1 or 2 +70∞— +160∞—.2 37.0 4 x 25. mm 20.6 45.3 24.6 Al weight kg/km 180 270 520 760 1060 Cable weight approx. in secondary distribution networks and other. to IEC 60502 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.9 28.0 4 x 185.0 4 x 240.9 33.0.0 4 x 95.0 re rm sm sm sm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx. not more than 5 sec 0.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4 x 120.0 sm sm sm sm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.5 kV Core identification single core-black. for indoor instalations. multiple core according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color PVC type ST1 acc.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Application AYY is used in power plants industrial and switching installations.6/1 kV 3.These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.4 49.LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE AYY-0 AYY-J Uo/U . IEC 60502 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter IEC 332 part 1 Construction data AYY o/j 0.

brown.4 0.6 0. black.6/1 kV AC .4 0. at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. stranded conductor Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. min.2 mm 0.8 2. in canals.0 52.0 2.0 39.0.4 0.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz.0 Current carrying capacity in air A 63 83 125 190 252 289 339 Current carrying capacity in ground A 76 102 144 215 275 313 364 ELKABEL 23 .4 0.core . not more than 5sec 0.2 1.6 Thickness of sheath mm 1. solid conductor circular.0 58.4 kV 50 Hz DC .6 0. tunnels.0 24.6 mm 0.7 3.4 0. according to IEC 60228 PVC compound Insulated cores are twisted Polymer tapes Al tapes PVC compound black Conductors type circular.3 2.5 30.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● Al tapes screen ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms.0 2. conductor temperature Max.6 0.6 2. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Cable core Inner sheath Metal screen Sheath Color re rm sm According to IEC 60502-1 Aluminum wires solid or stranded class 1 or 2.0 1.SZAMKAM Uo/U . mm 21.blue.4 0.6 0.6 1.4 1. shafts or pits.12 kV 10 D cable -5∞— -30∞— to +50∞— Color coding 4 .4 0. Temperature of laying According to to IEC 60228 70∞— +160∞—. stranded conductor sector.0 47.0 Outer diameter approx.8 2. grey Temperature range CONSTRUCTIONAL and ELECTRICAL DATA Number of ThicBedding Aluminium conductors kness layer and nominal of insulatapes polyester cross section tion tapes N x mm 4x16 re 4x25rm 4x50sm 4x95sm 4x150sm 4x185sm 4x240 sm mm 1. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius.8 1.4 0.

industrial and switching installations.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Concentric conductor Sheath Color tapes and filling compound Cu wires and Cu tapes PVC type DMV5 acc. VDE0276 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. for indoor installations.NYCY LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .core brown black grey 24 ELKABEL . conductor temperature Max. in the open air.blue and brown 3 .0. in secondary distribution networks and other.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications. not more than 5 sec 0. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application NYCY is used in power plants.black Double core . for street lighting.core blue brown black grey Color coding Single core . domestic power supply connections. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc. VDE 0276 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) 4 .6/1 kV AC . underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged.

0 4 x 6.7 45.3 16.6 33.1 38.0.4 32.5 2.6 34.5 3 x 4.8 29. 2 x 6.5 2.0 21.5 14.8 49.5 14.1 26.6 43.7 20.0 32.7 55.7 27. 98 122 163 203 286 410 606 807 230 273 375 458 619 841 1276 1642 2193 252 305 425 528 724 999 1440 1524 1813 1987 2415 1644 1627 2174 2260 2932 3097 4004 4336 4925 5124 5890 6352 7329 9399 284 382 494 620 860 1196 1764 2246 3024 2060 2730 3758 5054 6246 7548 9374 12124 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.0 10 16 25 35 1.1 19.9 11.8 12.5 2.3 62.1 21.0 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 1 x 35 2 x 1.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Cu concentric conductor ● PVC sheath Construction data NYCY Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 x 1.6 29.1 27.0 6.4 29.5 4.9 16.0 3 x 10 3 x 16 3 x 25 3 x 25 3 x 35 3 x 35 3 x 50 3 x 35 3 x 35 3 x 50 3 x 50 3 x 70 3 x 70 3 x 95 3 x 95 3 x 120 3 x 120 3 x 150 3 x 150 3 x 185 3 x 240 4 x 1.2 39.4 13.9 8.7 15.6 17.0 6.3 12.5 9.1 38.5 13.8 31.0 22.0 54.0 13.5 2.5 1 x 2.0 1 x 6.3 16.5 3 x 2.6 44.1 50.3 Cu weight kg/km 27 47 74 108 182 297 465 654 45 68 110 164 274 435 703 980 1343 56 90 147 243 365 580 855 938 1127 1317 1581 1339 1161 1593 1819 2265 2584 3151 3692 4038 4443 4827 5543 6051 7881 70 136 183 297 457 725 1090 1456 1998 1495 2044 2911 4041 5162 6214 7826 10150 Cable weight approx.8 33.4 42.0 10 16 25 35 50 1.3 41.4 9. kg/km 7.6 30.0 6.5 2 x 4.6 29.0 3 x 6.8 19.5 4 x 4.8 26.5 23.0 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 35 4 x 50 4 x 70 4 x 95 4 x 120 4 x 150 4 x 185 4 x 240 re re re re re re rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Concentric conductor cross section mm 1.0 36.1 29.5 4.5 2 x 2.4 38.0 25.5 1 x 4.9 17.6/1 kV LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Outer diameter of cable approx.0 10 16 16 16 25 16 25 35 50 70 70 95 120 0.0 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 2 x 35 2 x 50 3 x 1. ELKABEL 25 .5 4 x 2.3 17.5 4.1 27.0 6.5 4.0 10 16 16 25 16 35 25 35 16 25 50 35 70 50 95 70 120 70 150 95 120 1.

for indoor installations.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Concentric conductor Sheath Color tapes and filling compound Cu wires and Cu tapes Test voltage PVC type DMV5 acc. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc.core blue brown black grey Color coding Single core .blue and brown 3 . VDE0276 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. in secondary distribution networks and other. domestic power supply connections. not more than 5 sec 0. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) +70∞— +160∞—. VDE 0276 black Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (IEC 332 part 1) 4 . Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc.black Double core . for street lighting.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application NAYCY is used in power plants.NAYCY LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .0. conductor temperature Max. in the open air. industrial and switching installations.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cable ducts and for outdoor and applications.6/1 kV AC . underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged.core brown black grey 26 ELKABEL .

0 33.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 35.0 3 x 150.1 37.0 3 x 95. ELKABEL 27 .0 3 x 95.9 44.1 34.Al coductors ● PVC isulation ● Cu concentric conductor ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data NAYCY 0.9 40. kg/km 1143 1522 1675 2247 2715 1489 1648 1974 2253 2381 2654 2798 3164 3498 Note Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.4 48.0 re re se se se sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Concentric Outer diameter conductor of cable cross section approx.1 36.7 40.2 40.7 38.0 3 x 150.2 45.0 3 x 120.0 3 x 50.0 3 x 70.0 3 x 120.5 33.6 Al weight kg/km 291 392 567 785 993 584 584 809 809 1023 1023 1257 1257 1579 Cu weight kg/km 230 335 456 665 849 236 413 296 580 432 694 432 804 580 Cable weight approx.0 3 x 95.0 3 x 70.9 31.0 3 x 120.0 3 x 70.0 3 x 185. mm2 35 50 70 95 120 35 70 50 95 70 120 70 150 95 mm 27.

6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 627 Application NYCY is used in power plants. VDE0276 according to VDE 0293 tapes and filling compound of plain round copper wires and one or two transverse counter helix of copper tapes PVC type DMV5 acc. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Core Identification Inner sheath Concentric conductor Sheath Color According to VDE 0276 part 627 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1or 2 acc. in the open air. VDE 0295 (lEC 60228) PVC type DIV4 acc. for indoor installations. domestic power supply connections. not more than 5 sec 0.These cables are also used as control cables for transmission of measured values control and regulation pulses. underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. for street lighting. VDE 0276 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Max.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications.4 kV 50 Hz . industrial and switching installations. conductor temperature Max. in secondary distribution networks and other.6/1 kV AC . Bending radius -single core -multi core 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter VDE 0472 part 804 class B (lEC 332 part 1) Color coding Black with number mark on cores or black with number mark on cores and yellow/green in the outer cover Flame test 28 ELKABEL .NYCY LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U 0. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC60228) +70∞ C +160∞ C.

5 14 x 1.0 12 x 4.5 2.0 10 10 0.4 23.9 21.5 24 x 2.9 29.5 10 x 1.5 8 x 1.5 7 x 2.0 8 x 4.7 25.0 6.5 30 x 1.2 25.0 6.3 24. Cables with same construction may produced according to lEC 60502 ELKABEL 29 .5 19 x 2.4 25.0 10 10 10 10 10 10 4.5 21 x 1.5 21 x 2.0 32.5 4.3 23.5 26.0 6.2 20.0 2.4 19.0 19 x 4.5 27 x 2.5 8 x 2.0 6.0 14 x 4.4 25.4 22.5 12 x 2.0 4.5 14 x 2.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Cu concentric conductor ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data NYCY Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 7 x 1.0 6.0 4.6 21.5 30 x 2.5 16 x 1.5 10 x 2.0 6.5 27 x 1.0 6.5 12 x 1.0 6.5 19 x 1.5 4.5 24 x 1.0 26.0 30.8 20.3 17.0 6.0 10 x 4.5 2.4 23.5 29.0 6.9 25.5 16 x 2.6 28.5 26.8 kg/km 129 143 171 199 227 286 307 337 351 393 435 477 620 191 224 270 315 377 422 491 560 582 651 719 787 946 298 358 441 497 570 705 799 Note Œther core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.0 6.5 37 x 2.0 20.5 7 x 4.5 22.5 2.5 29.0 6. mm 16.0 6.6 19.5 20 x 2.3 19. kg/km 391 453 540 578 629 699 772 828 850 1000 1052 1129 1355 482 573 687 742 830 905 1016 1114 1146 1355 1433 1542 1801 687 833 1019 1089 1202 1386 1550 Outer diameter approx.5 37 x 1.0 re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Concentric conductor cross section mm2 2.6/1 kV Copper weight Cable weight approx.5 2.3 22.2 17.0 4.5 20 x 1.9 28.0 16 x 4.

0 23. multiple core according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color tapes and filling compound two steel tapes or two galvanized steel tapes PVC type ST1 acc.2 18.0 38.0 25.0 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 2 x 35 2 x 50 3 x 4.7 17. N ı mm2 2 x 4. cross sec.0 + 2.3.3 58. in the open air. kg/km 466 552 688 878 1277 1577 2016 524 621 804 1048 1541 1942 2498 2909 4085 4860 5910 7201 9184 11182 558 681 883 1170 1721 2108 Outer diameter approx. conductor temperature Max.0.5 19.0 44.2 21.These cables are also used as control cables for transmission of measured values control and regulation pulses.1 30 ELKABEL .5 3 x 6.6 29.1 27.YBY-0.1 26. to IEC 60502 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.2 47. YBY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U . domestic power supply connections.0 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 3 x 185 3 x 240 3 x 300 3 x 4.1 21. IEC 60502 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter IEC 332 part 1 Constructive data YBY-o/j Number of conductors and nom.8 33.0 3 x 6.3 20. kg/km 75 112 188 298 485 673 908 112 168 282 447 728 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 135 205 338 541 881 1163 Cable weight approx.0 2 x 6.2 27. for street lighting. for indoor installations.9 53. mm 16. IEC 60228 PVC acc. industrial and switching installations.5 17.1 32.6/1 kV Cu weight approx.0 40. in secondary distribution networks and other.6/1 kV AC .6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Application YBY is used in power plants.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to IEC 60228 class 1 or 2 +70∞— +160∞—.7 17.8 19.0 22.8 30.0 + 4 3 x 10 + 6 3 x 16 + 10 3 x 25 + 16 3 x 35 + 16 Shape re re re re rm rm rm re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/rm rm/rm 0.5 kV 50 Hz Core identification single core-black. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.3 30. underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. not more than 5 sec 0.

4 re 10 x 6.0 re 20 x 1.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour St.9 re 10 x 1.0 rm 4 x 25 1892 1346 31.0 843 470 23.6 sm 4 x 120 6313 5660 50.5 1518 627 29.2 sm 4 x 70 3992 3643 42.6 re 27 x 1.0 sm/rm 3 x 50 + 25 2588 2304 38.3 re 37 x 2.0 re 19 x 1.5 1526 163 18.5 1326 526 29.5 1602 697 30.4 re 12 x 1.0 696 279 21.4 sm/rm 3 x 95 + 50 4753 4096 45.5 830 279 22.9 re 16 x 2. N ı mm2 0.0 1229 559 27.5 934 284 24.0 re 7 x 2.8 re 4 x 16 1265 970 29.4 re 7 x 6.0 re 12 x 2.1 re 21 x 2.5 719 199 21.2 sm/rm 3x150 + 70 6854 6222 54.3 re 4 x 4.7 re 5 x 16 1495 1213 31.5 1998 261 20.6/1 kV Cu weight approx.0 1212 391 22.0 728 376 21.6 re 24 x 2.5 sm 4 x 185 9366 9308 60.7 sm/rm 3 x 300 + 150 13112 149 18.5 892 325 22.6 sm/rm 3 x 120 + 70 5808 4901 50.4 re 4 x 10 960 595 23.5 re 30 x 1.2 sm/rm 3 x 70 + 35 3659 3187 42.2 re 5 x 10 1120 744 25.5 1239 426 27. mm kg/km kg/km 1605 33.0 1496 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.5 1183 464 26.1 re 24 x 1.5 re 8 x 6.5 sm/rm 3 x 185 + 95 8470 8128 60.5 1067 441 25.5 975 372 23.5 596 186 19.9 re 14 x 2.0 re 5 x 6.9 rm 4 x 35 2399 1817 33.2 sm 4 x 150 7681 7082 54.2 re 14 x 1.2 re 8 x 1.9 sm/rm 3 x 240 + 120 10699 10076 66.9 rm 5 x 35 2886 2271 40. tapes ● PVC sheath Constructive data YBY-o/j Number of conductors and nom.9 re 8 x 4.0 824 299 22.5 re 10 x 2.5 1015 341 26.9 sm 4 x 240 12012 11548 66. Cable weight approx. LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Shape Outer diameter approx.4 re 10 x 4.2 re 27 x 2.5 791 227 22.6 re 5 x 4. cross sec.5 1003 299 24.5 1272 488 26.0 1043 447 19.5 492 114 18.0 607 223 19.4 sm 4 x 95 5226 4587 45.5 570 142 19.5 1181 384 26.2 re 30 x 2.9 re 7 x 1.5 850 270 23.1 rm 5 x 50 3990 3280 45.1 re 20 x 2.7 rm 5 x 25 2266 1683 34.4 re 37 x 1.0 re 19 x 2.5 676 171 20.3 rm 5 x 70 5243 100 16.0 sm 4 x 50 2815 2624 38.7 sm 4 x 300 14645 187 19.0 re 21 x 1.5 694 232 21.1 re 16 x 1.5 re 4 x 6.5 1723 859 32.6 re 8 x 2.5 1291 557 28.0 970 373 25.9 re 7 x 4. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502 ELKABEL 31 .

6/1 kV AC .3. domestic power supply connections.0. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al wires class 1 or 2 acc. conductor temperature Max.These cables are also used as control cables for transmission of measured values control and regulation pulses. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame test According to IEC 60228 class 1 or 2 +70∞— +160∞—. in the open air. IEC 60502 black 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter IEC 332 part 1 32 ELKABEL . IEC 60228 PVC acc. for street lighting.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications. not more than 5 sec 0. underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. industrial and switching installations.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Application AYBY is used in power plants.AYBY-0 AYBY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .5 kV 50 Hz Core identification single core-black. in secondary distribution networks and other. to IEC 60502 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. multiple core according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color tapes and filling compound two steel tapes or two galvanized steel tapes PVC type ST1 acc. for indoor installations.

0 22.7 31.6 50.1 Al weight approx.5 60.5 60.9 33.Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502 ELKABEL 33 .0 38.1 32.0 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 5 x 35 5 x 50 re re re rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re rm/rm rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter approx.5 19.9 66.0 38.9 40.2 42.0 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 3 x 185 3 x 240 3 x 300 3 x 6. mm 17.2 25.9 53.0 23.1 21.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour St. kg/km 473 563 680 955 1129 1412 516 616 751 1058 1270 1593 1599 2264 2572 3081 3666 4535 5433 552 660 811 1135 1334 1536 2125 2629 3083 3628 4329 5364 6430 588 710 869 1247 1503 1595 2246 2798 3262 3909 4654 5814 6980 668 807 1000 1459 1765 2479 Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request.7 19.8 30.7 19.4 45.5 23.9 66.0 31. kg/km 38 56 88 144 199 269 56 83 132 216 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 68 102 160 261 343 476 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 75 111 176 288 398 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2106 2762 3452 94 139 220 360 497 673 Cable weight approx.7 34.0 44.0 25.6 21.3 30.0 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 4 x 185 4 x 240 4 x 300 5 x 6.1 27.1 33.3 58.1 26.0 40.0+4 3 x 10+6 3 x 16+10 3 x 25+16 3 x 35+16 3 x 50+25 3 x 70+35 3 x 95+50 3 x 120+70 3 x 150+70 3 x 185+95 3 x 240+120 3 x 300+150 4 x 6.4 45.0 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 2 x 35 2 x 50 3 x 6.0 38.2 21.2 42.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 2 x 6.0 23.7 21.7 18.2 27.2 54.2 47.6 29.6 50.2 54.3 20. tapes ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data AYBY-o/j 0.8 33.8 29.

5 2 x 2. in secondary distribution networks and other.5 2 x 4. underground and in water where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. in the open air. kg/km 273 290 336 350 451 543 872 1087 1672 2001 311 321 383 397 515 Construction data PVC/SWA/PVC 0.5 kV -5∞C to +60∞C -25∞C to +70∞C 6 x D cable IEC 332-1 Construction data PVC/SWA/PVC 0.5 3 x 4.5 18.5 4 x 1. approx.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 2 x 1.9 21.6 30.4 26.5 2 x 2.5 12. to BS 7655 according to BS 7655 filling compound galvanized steel wires PVC compound type TM-1 acc.9 26. Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Test voltage Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. domestic power supply connections.2 12.6/1 kV 3.0 27.4 13.0 4 x 6.0 4 x 10 4 x 16 4 x 25 4 x 35 rm rm rm rm rm re rm re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.3 14.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications.2 12. mm 11.5 4 x 4.5 4 x 2.5 4 x 2.2 29.0 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 2 x 35 3 x 1. industrial and switching installations. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Core identification Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color According to BS 6346 Cu wires. for street lighting./ 0.9 13.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 x 6.0 2 x 6.5 3 x 2.0 3 x 10 3 x 16 3 x 25 3 x 35 4 x 1.class 1 or 2 according to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) PVC type TI-1 acc.9 13.6 12.5 3 x 2.9 22. mm 17.1 12.6 Cu weight kg/km 173 201 460 728 1010 57 60 93 96 154 230 388 614 970 1346 Cable weight approx.3 28.5 2 x 1. to BS 7655 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Operating temperature max.2 19.9 15.8 23.5 3 x 1.0 re rm re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re rm re rm rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0. for indoor installations.6 13.5 Cu weight kg/km 20 30 46 48 77 115 194 307 485 673 43 45 70 72 115 Cable weight approx.4 14. Flame test According to BS 6360 ( IEC 60228) class 1 or 2 70∞C continuous operation 250∞C /5 s max. kg/km 732 1006 1288 1970 2410 344 357 434 452 606 846 1184 1721 2346 2901 34 ELKABEL .PVC/SWA/PVC LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U . min.9 16.9 17.9 32.4 14.6/1 kV BS 6346 Application These cables are used in power plants.7 20.

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES WITH XLPE INSULATION ELKABEL .

8 2.4 max/mm 17 19 20 22 24 27 30 32 37 40 24 31 32 35 40 44 48 58 58 Cu weight kg/km 454 656 911 1147 1415 1770 2827 2887 3692 4725 614 970 1346 1817 2624 3643 4587 5660 7082 Cable weight approx.5 18.3 28.0 1.3 25.1 1.5 20.8 1.9 2.2 32.7 20.4 32. 2XY-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U . directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable.8 1.6/1 kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks.9 2.6 16. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Identification of cores Filling Sheath Color According to IEC 60502-1 Cu solid or stranded wires class 1 or 2 according to IEC 60228 XLPE compound color code acc.8 1.8 1.3 2.9 1.2XY-0.1 26. AC 50 Hz Bending radius single core multicore Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Test 250∞C ( 5 sec.2 1.1 2.7 0.0 2.8 1. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits.0.0 kV 15 x Dcable 15 x Dcable -5∞C to 60∞C -30∞C to 70∞C /for PE sheath/ -30 to 70∞C According to IEC 60502-1 Technical data Conductor resistance Operating temperature Overload temperature According to IEC 60228 90∞C 130∞C/1`00h per year Construction data 2XY-o/j 0.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath Application The power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for distribution and supply of consumers with nominal voltage 0. kg/km 564 779 1032 1275 1561 1925 2488 3058 3887 4937 942 1398 1644 2160 2999 4045 5020 6181 7640 36 ELKABEL .8 1.0 1.1 1.2 kV 4.4 2.8 36.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 1x400 1x500 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 Thickness of insulation mm 1.6 29. min/mm 14.6 Thickness off sheath mm 1.6 Outer diameter approx.7 1.6/1 kV 1. over shelves and grilles.5 24.8 1.1 2.8 1.8 44.0 48.8 1.1 1.1 1. to VDE 0276-603 filling compound PVC type ST2 black Technical data Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Highest system voltage Test voltage.9 36.8 1.8 1.4 1.9 0.) 0.2 0.4 1.6 39.0 21.2 1.6 1.9 24.0 1.

2 1.0 1.2 1.Thickness lation sheath nal cross section mm mm N ı mm2 1x50rm 1x70rm 1x95rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 4x16re 4x25re 4x35re 4x50sm 4x70sm 4x95sm 4x120sm 4x150sm 4x185sm 4x240sm 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.0 2.8 1.Thickness of ductors and nomi.0 1.2 32.8 1.1 26.6 1.6/1 kV Number of conof insu. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits.4 1.0 1.1 1.9 36.9 1.1 1.4 1. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Identification of cores Filling Sheath Color According to IEC 60502-1 Al solid or stranded wires class 1 or 2 according to IEC 60228 XLPE compound color code acc.5 20. AC 50 Hz Bending radius single core multicore Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Test According to IEC 60228 90∞C 130∞C/100h per year 250∞C ( 5 sec. directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable.9 24.6 29.5 24.4 62.7 Outer diameter approx. kg/km 245 318 391 469 565 681 846 1034 1304 1673 546 792 977 1259 1445 1811 2233 2696 3454 4129 ELKABEL 37 .8 1.8 1.3 2.9 0.1 1.8 2.0 kV 15 x Dcable 15 x Dcable -5∞C to 60∞C -30∞C to 70∞C /for PE sheath/ -30 to 70∞C According to IEC 60502-1 Construction data A2XY-o/j 0.8 44.3 28.1 1. to VDE 0276-603 filling compound PVC type ST2 black Technical data Conductor resistance Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Highest system voltage Test voltage.9 2.6 39.5 18.3 25.0 21.7 0.8 1.7 1.0 48.8 max/mm 17 19 20 22 24 27 30 32 37 40 24 31 32 35 40 44 48 53 58 64 Al weight kg/km 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 176 288 398 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2105 2762 Cable weight approx.6/1 kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks.4 2.4 32.0. over shelves and grilles. min/mm 14.6 1.9 2.6 16.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Application The power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for distribution and supply of consumers with nominal voltage 0.) 0. ¿2XY-J Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath Uo/U .6 2.6/1 kV 1.¿2XY-0.7 20.7 1.1 2.8 1.8 36.2 kV 4.1 2.8 1.2 0.

IEC 60228 XLPE COMPOUND PVC compound Al wires twisted concentrically PVC compound type ST2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max.6/1 kV 1./ 0. over shelves and grilles outdoor under shelters.5 min./ 250∞— /5 s max. in cable ducts.30 to 50∞— 38 ELKABEL . Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According class 1 or 2 IEC 60228 90∞— continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 2XYRaY A2XYRaY Uo/U . Bending radius.3. These cables are used in industrial installations and urban networks. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al or Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.6/1 kV.5 ÍV . for laying in industrial installations. min.2 kV between cores .6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Application The power and control cables with cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) armored with galvanized iron wires are used in electrical installations with nominal voltage Uo/U 0.5 ÍV between core and screen 3.15x D cable no less than 0∞— .0. conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage AC . tunnels and conduits.

kg/km 370 425 498 611 785 896 1046 1371 1656 2040 ELKABEL 39 .6 1.1 mm 16.7 20.5 22.9 2.2 1. A2XYRaY 0.1 1. cross section N ı mm2 1x25 rm 1x35 rm 1x50 rm 1x70 rm 1x95 rm 1x120 rm 1x150 rm 1x185 rm 1x240 rm 1x300 rm mm 0.8 1.5 26.4 18.8 1. Wires ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data 2XYRaY .1 1.4 1.8 1.Cu/ Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● Armour Al.8 1.7 1.9 1.2 34.4 31.9 0.8 mm 1.0 1.3 28.6/1 kV Number of conductors Thickness of Thickness of Cable diameter and nominal insulation sheath approx.8 1. kg/km 532 657 833 1073 1417 1699 2028 2643 3335 4118 A2XYRaY Mass of Al approx kg/km 68 95 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 830 Cable weight approx.9 24.3 17.0 2.8 1.8 1.6 2XYRaY Mass of Cu approx kg/km 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1770 2327 2887 Cable weight approx.

/ 0.0.5 min. IEC 60228 XLPE compound PVC compound St wires twisted concentrically PVC compound type ST2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Max. over shelves and grilles outdoor under shelters.2 kV between cores .5 ÍV between core and screen 3. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According class 1 or 2 IEC 60228 90∞— continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı.6/1 kV 1.5 ÍV . tunnels and conduits.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 Application The power and control cables with cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) armored with galvanized iron wires are used in electrical installations with nominal voltage Uo/U 0.blue and brown or yellow .LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 2XYRY-0/J A2XYRY-0/J Uo/U . These cables are used in industrial installations and urban networks./ 250∞— /5 s max. conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage AC . for laying in industrial installations. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al or Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.green and black 3-core brown black grey or yellow/ green blue brown 4-core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green brown black grey 5-core Multiple core blue brown black with black numbered mark or cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey 40 ELKABEL . min.15x D cable no less than 0∞— .30 to 50∞— Color coding Double core . These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.3.6/1 kV. in cable ducts. Bending radius.

5 rm 3 ı 2. 27.6 1.7 0.9 20.7 0.8 1.7 mm 1.0 1.2 23.8 2 2.8 21.0 62.8 1.5 rm mm 0.8 19.8 1.1 1.2 38.5 rm 3 ı 4 rm 3 ı 6 rm 3 ı 10 rm 3 ı 16 rm 3 ı 25 rm 3 ı 35 rm 3 ı 50 rm 3 ı 70 sm 4 ı 2.8 Cable diameter approx.9 34.4 27.6 2XYRY-O/J Mass of Cu approx.6.8 1.7 0.7 0.4 38.2 34.6 1.8 1.7 0.7 0.9 29.6 16.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 56.8 1.7 0.9 1.8 1. A2XYRY-O/J 0.8 1.7 0.5 30.6/1 kV Number of conductors Thickness of Thickness of and nominal insulation sheath cross section N. mm 14.0 47.1 0.4 1.4 25.3 25.1 15.9 2.2 16.4 2.7 0.8 1. kg/km 46 75 188 298 485 908 1822 43 70 112 168 282 447 728 1010 1363 1968 93 149 223 376 595 970 1346 1817 2624 3643 4587 5660 7082 9308 96 160 165 435 Cable weight approx.1 1.4 1.5 17.2 0.0 1.9 2.5 19.8 1.2 20.0 18.9 0.1 2. kg/km 421 500 863 1050 1584 2376 4058 596 619 713 774 987 1234 1878 2320 2901 3750 933 1060 1248 1576 2278 3059 3701 3535 4701 6017 7626 9144 10976 13861 960 1119 1294 2277 A2XYRY-O/J Mass of Al approx.6 1.ı.8 1.5 rm 12 x 1.9 0.9 43.5 rm 7 x 2.7 0.7 0.1 2.8 1.Cu/ Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● Armour St.8 1.5 rm 2 ı 4 rm 2 ı 10 rm 2 ı 16 rm 2 ı 25 rm 2 ı 50 rm 2 x 95 rm 3 ı 1.8 1.7 0.7 0.8 30.2 18.6 17.5 16.9 1. Wires ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data 2XYRY-O/J .7 0.3 17.1 2.7 0.5 rm 19 x 2.3 24.7 0.1 0.5 2.8 1. kg/km 14 23 56 90 140 269 539 13 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 585 28 46 68 112 180 270 390 520 760 1060 1340 1650 2100 2720 30 49 51 133 Cable weight approx.8 1.9 1.8 1.7 0.5 rm 4 ı 4 rm 4 ı 6 rm 4 ı 10 rm 4 ı 16 rm 4 ı 25 rm 4 ı 35 rm 4x50 sm 4x70 sm 4x95 sm 4x120 sm 4x150 sm 4x185 sm 4x240 sm 7 x 1.mm2 2 ı 2. kg/km 388 448 729 840 1236 1730 2762 566 570 636 656 788 919 1355 1593 1914 2353 867 956 1091 1309 1859 2352 2736 2225 2818 3408 4346 5094 5945 7207 894 1007 1179 1972 ELKABEL 41 .7 0.5 17.1 21.9 2.8 1.2 2.5 51.8 1.

over shelves and grilles.2 kV 4. VDE 0295 XLPE type DIX3 acc. to VDE 0276603/sec.0 kV 15 x Dcable 15 x Dcable -5∞C to 70∞C -30∞C to 70∞C /for PE sheath/ -30 to 70∞C According to DIN VDE 0276603 4-core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green black grey 5-core Multiple core Insulation Identification of cores Filling Sheath Color Color coding Single core . AC 50 Hz Bending radius single core multicore Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Test According to VDE 0295 90∞C 130∞C/100h per year 250∞C ( 5 sec.6/1 kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks. to VDE 0276-603/5G Color code acc. brown blue brown black with black number mark on cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey 42 ELKABEL . directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable.black or yellow/green Double core .0. blue.6/1 kV 1.6/1 kV VDE 0276-603 Application The power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for distribution and supply of consumers with nominal voltage 0.N2XY-0/J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Uo/U .blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3-core brown black grey or yellow/ green.1 black Technical data Conductor resistance Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Highest system voltage Test voltage.) 0. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits. to VDE 0276-603 filling compound PVC type DMV6.acc. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to VDE 0276-603/5G Cu solid or stranded wires class 1 or 2 according to HD 383.

8 2.1 1.0 21 23.2 2.1 1.6 1.7/0.6/1.9 1.0 2.1 1.1 1.0 1. mm 0.7 0.0 42.8 1.5 27.0 1.9 0.1 1.7 0.5 57.9 1.8 1.8 2.9 2.2 2.8 1.5 39.8 1.0 2.5 28. Cu weight Cable weight approx.8 1.1/1.7 0.9 1.4 1.2 2.1 1.0 2.1 1.8 2.7/1.0 47.8 2.2 2.0 2.0 27 30 32 37 40 19.0 1.0 2.9 1.8 1.5 15.0 1.6 3.8 1.5 23 25.6 1.5 33.0 0.0 20.2 1.7/0.2 1.0 31.0 12.9 1.4 1.0 27.4 1.2 0.5re 3x6+4re 3x10+6re 3x16+10re 3x25+16rm 3x35+16rm 3x50+25sm/rm 3x70+35sm/rm 3x95+50sm/rm 3x120+70sm/rm 3x150+70sm/rm 3x185+95sm/rm 3x240+120sm/rm 4x16rm 4x25rm 4x35rm 4x50sm 4x70sm 4x95sm 4x120sm 4x150sm 4x185sm Thickness of insulation Thickness of sheath Outer diameter approx.9/0.0 36.0 39 44 49 kg/km 144 228 317 454 656 911 1147 1415 1770 2327 2887 3692 4725 294 466 646 924 441 699 969 1387 1897 2631 3324 4084 5123 6733 135 205 338 541 846 1116 1620 2220 3093 3956 4716 6000 7841 588 932 1292 1850 2530 2530 4433 5446 6831 kg/km 230 340 445 605 800 1065 1275 1610 1925 2483 3058 3887 4937 645 946 1235 1680 805 1220 1575 1765 2350 3145 3915 4820 6045 7885 328 445 611 868 1405 1765 2075 2650 3615 4690 5630 7150 9305 985 1500 1955 2320 3100 3100 5200 6410 8050 ELKABEL 43 .8 1.7 0.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data N2XY-o/j 0.5 24.0 2.0 2.8 1.0 19.6 1.8 2.8 1.2 2.8 1.0 20.0 2.0 2.7 1.5 28.0 2.0 29.4/1.0/0.0 2.2 0.0 48.5 13.9 0.5 33.2 2.5 29.7 0.8 1.7 0.0 1.2 1.0 24.0 2.0 33.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm 1ı16rm 1x25rm 1x35rm 1x50rm 1x70rm 1x95rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 2x16rm 2x25rm 2x35rm 2x50rm 3x16rm 3x25rm 3x35rm 3x50sm 3x70sm 3x95sm 3x120sm 3x150sm 3x185sm 3x240sm 3x4+2.9 0.7 1.8 1.5 13.0 2.8 1.1 1.7 0.0 17.0 2.0 1.1/0.0 44.0 34 37.6 mm 1.7/0.5 17.0 2.7 0.2 2.9 1.7/0.7 0.0 1.8 1.6 mm 11.0 2.5 15.0 2.5 28.9/0.9 0.0 22 27 29.7 0.2/1.1 1.

black or yellow/green Double core . directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable.2 kV 4.blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3-core brown black grey or yellow/ green. to VDE 0276-603 filling compound Technical data Conductor resistance Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Highest system voltage Test voltage. brown 44 ELKABEL .) 0.0.1 black Bending radius single core multicore Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Test Color coding Single core . to VDE 0276-603/sec.0 kV 15 x Dcable 15 x Dcable -5∞C to 70∞C -30∞C to 70∞C /for PE sheath/ -30 to 70∞C According to DIN VDE 0276603 4-core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green brown black grey 5-core Multiple core blue brown black with black number mark on cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey PVC type DMV6.6/1 kV VDE 0276-603 Application The power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for distribution and supply of consumers with nominal voltage 0. to VDE 0276-603/5G color code acc.VDE 0295 XLPE type DIX3 acc. over shelves and grilles.6/1 kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks. AC 50 Hz According to VDE 0295 90∞C 130∞C/100h per year 250∞C ( 5 sec. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Identification of cores Filling Sheath Color According to VDE 0276-603/5G Al solid or stranded wires class 1 or 2 according to HD 383.acc.6/1 kV 1. blue. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits.LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE N¿2XY-0 N¿2XY-J Uo/U .

2 1.4 2.Thickness lation sheath nal cross section N ı mm2 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 1x400 1x500 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 4x240 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 4x240 mm 1.Thickness of ductors and nomi.0 48.8 48.6/1 kV Number of conof insu.1 1.3 28. Al weight Cable weight approx.8 1.5 20.1 2.8 1.0 1.6 1.6 1.8 1.1 1.3 2.9 2.0 1.0 2.9 2.7 20.4 40.6 37.0 2.0 1.0 21.4 1.0 1.7 0.6 29.4 62.8 1.5 24.7 1.1 2.8 1.1 1.2 32.8 1.0 max/mm 17 19 20 22 24 27 30 32 37 40 24 31 32 35 40 44 48 53 58 64 30 33 38 41 45 49 54 59 kg/km 135 195 270 341 419 526 690 863 1109 1461 176 288 398 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2105 2762 388 522 756 1046 1324 1626 2042 2679 kg/km 245 318 391 469 565 681 846 1034 1304 1673 546 792 977 1259 1445 1811 2233 2696 3454 4129 977 1259 1446 1812 2233 2696 3285 4233 ELKABEL 45 .1 1.6 39.4 1.7 1.8 44.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLE Construction data NA2XY-o/j 0.8 1.6 1.4 2.5 2.5 18.1 26.3 25.4 1.9 1.8 1.6 2.8 1.0 33.8 54.8 1.2 2.5 30.7 0.7 Outer diameter approx.9 2.8 26. min/mm 14.2 1.8 1.4 32.1 1.7 mm 1.2 0.2 1.9 1.8 2.1 1.9 36.1 2.2 43.8 1.9 0.8 36.9 24.6 16.

2 kV -5∞C to +60∞C -25∞C to +70∞C 10 x D cable Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color tape or extrusion PVC compound black Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. tunnels and conduits.black or yellow/green Double core .6/1 kV 1. directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable. blue. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts.5 to 500mm2 -sm class 2. 50 to240mm2 XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞—: Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature According to NF C 32-321 90∞C continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı. brown 4-core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green brown black grey 5-core Multiple core blue brown black with black number mark on cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey 46 ELKABEL . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to NF C 32-321 Cu wires according to NF C 32-321 (IEC 60228): -rm class 1. approx.5 to 16mm2 -rm class 2.0.6/1kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks. min. 1.U 1000 R2V LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . 1.blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3-core brown black grey or yellow/ green. Color coding Single core ./ 0./ 250∞C /5 s max. over shelves and grilles.6/1 kV NF C 32-321 Application These cables are used for distribution and supply of consumers with electrical power with nominal voltage 0.

7 15.0 kg/km 93 148 229 325 458 648 889 1120 1378 1703 2208 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 42 69 110 165 275 450 kg/km 147 209 300 399 520 738 990 1235 1480 1835 2370 140 173 223 295 410 586 855 160 202 260 352 498 720 Construction data U 1000 R2V 0.0 31.5 24G1.0 16.5 4ı4 4ı6 4ı10 4ı16 4ı25 4G1.5 37G1.7 20.5 11.5 30G1.1 13.6 10.5 12G1.5 kg/km 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 1715 2408 3120 4010 4850 5808 7605 kg/km 1065 1393 1830 2570 3460 4304 5280 6612 8588 160 202 260 352 497 720 1065 2150 2982 3830 4917 5848 7068 9241 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data U 1000 R2V 0.0 21.5 14G1.6 13.0 49.3 27.6 44.1 27.8 11.7 39.4 18.5 13.2 14.2 20.5 10G2.6/1 kV Number ofconductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1ı10 1ı16 1ı25 1ı35 1ı50 1ı70 1ı95 1ı120 1ı150 1ı185 1ı240 2ı1.1 11.5 2ı4 2ı6 2ı10 2ı16 2ı25 3ı1.5 4ı2.5 19G2.5 12G2.5 3ı4 3ı6 3ı10 3ı16 rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm Shape Outer Cable cable weight diameter Cu weight approx.8 39.0 17.0 55.1 13.7 22.3 16.6/1 kV Number ofconductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 5G2. mm 21.5 12.4 16.2 38.5 7G2.5 3G4 3G6 3G10 3G16 3G25 3x50+35 3x70+50 3x95+50 3x120+70 3x150+70 3x185+70 3x240+95 rm rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm Shape Outer cable Cable diameter Cu weight weight approx.5 4G4 4G6 4G10 4G16 4G25 4G35 4G50 4G70 4G95 4G120 4G150 4G185 4G240 5G1.1 11.5 8G1.2 14.3 35.8 13.5 24G2. approx.7 10.1 11.0 49.0 25.9 23.0 55.5 30G2.3 12.5 24.7 34.9 17.0 20.2 42.5 19G1.6 18.9 17.7 14.6 44.5 5G4 5G6 5G10 5G16 5G25 7G1.5 8G2.5 14G2.5 Shape Outer Cable cable weight diameter Cu weight approx. mm 9.7 22.0 12.8 11.5 22.5 37G2.6/1 kV Number ofconductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3ı25 3ı35 3ı50 3ı70 3ı95 3ı120 3ı150 3ı185 3ı240 3G1.6 kg/km 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 69 kg/km 182 236 312 418 605 868 1310 182 236 312 418 605 868 1310 1730 2290 3240 4310 5447 6690 8400 10887 117 Construction data U 1000 R2V 0.9 17.5 4G2.0 23.2 10.5 18.2 14.9 29.3 15.6 25. mm 10.0 17.3 16.3 29.5 kg/km 114 182 275 455 745 1165 96 110 140 165 195 260 330 410 506 160 182 228 275 320 435 546 685 845 kg/km 274 360 497 725 1060 1585 230 260 316 357 403 511 630 748 890 312 350 428 487 545 701 860 1045 1247 re re re rm rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm ÒÏ sm sm sm sm re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re ELKABEL 47 . approx. approx. mm 12.5 10G1.3 10.5 12.6 13.5 18.6 14.7 21. approx.7 14.5 2ı2.5 9.3 16.3 34.8 46.9 51.5 Shape Outer Cable cable weight diameter Cu weight approx.2 14.0 12.6/1 kV Number ofconductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4x1.0 21.2 25.5 28.4 25.0 62.0 19.5 18.9 24.6 10.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath Construction data U 1000 R2V 0.5 3G2.8 58.5 13.5 15.5 3ı2.

over shelves and grilles. approx. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts.5 to 35mm2 .6/1 kV NF C 32-321 Application These cables are used for distribution and supply of consumers with electrical power with nominal voltage 0.0.polyester tape PVC compound black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞—: Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.stranded class 2 round and .7 cores and more .U 1000 AR2V LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .black or yellow/green Double core .6/1 kV 1. 2. NF C 32-321 . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to NF C 32-321 Aluminum wires acc.PVC filling . 35 to240mm2 XLPE compound .sector./ 0. 3-core brown black grey or yellow/ green blue brown 4-core blue brown black grey or yellow/ green brown black grey According to NF C 32-321 90∞C continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı.blue and brown or yellow-green and black 5-core Multiple core blue brown black with black number mark on cores grey or black black with number mark or on cores and yellow/green yellow/green core in the blue outer cover brown black grey 48 ELKABEL . directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable.6/1kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks.single core circular class 2. min. tunnels and conduits.up to 6 cores .2 kV -5∞C to +60∞C -25∞C to +70∞C 10 x D cable Insulation Filling Sheath Color Color coding Single core ./ 250∞C /5 s max.

mm 9.0 55.5 3ı4 3ı6 3ı10 3ı16 re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.0 12.8 46.7 20.2 42.0 21.5 10.0 31. kg/km 82 106 139 170 192 283 361 440 507 642 827 141 173 220 284 373 522 154 186 238 308 405 Construction data U 1000 ¿R2V 0.3 35.6 44.0 23.5 10G2.6 44. mm 21.6 11.0 17.6 18.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1ı10 1ı16 1ı25 1ı35 1ı50 1ı70 1ı95 1ı120 1ı150 1ı185 1ı240 2ı2.7 34.2 14.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3ı25 3ı35 3ı50 3ı70 3ı95 3ı120 3ı150 3ı185 3ı240 3G2.0 12.5 19G2.5 18.9 24.2 14.2 14.0 25.3 13.1 27.6 11.5 11.2 14.5 18.9 29. kg/km 575 703 825 1205 1620 1975 2350 3012 3903 154 186 238 308 405 575 915 1254 1620 2087 2403 3010 3931 Construction data U 1000 ¿R2V 0.5 37G2.5 3G4 3G6 3G10 3G16 3G25 3x50+35 3x70+50 3x95+50 3x120+70 3x150+70 3x185+70 3x240+95 re re rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.7 14.0 20.2 10.1 12.5 14G2.5 28.0 49.9 23.4 25.6 13.9 17.5 Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.3 27.5 13.5 4G4 4G6 4G10 4G16 4G25 4G35 4G50 4G70 4G95 4G120 4G150 Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.3 15.5 kg/km 210 290 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 21 36 51 85 135 210 480 680 910 1180 1405 1750 2295 Cable weight approx.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4ı2.5 12.7 39.7 22.5 8G2.0 49.0 kg/km 28 46 68 112 180 270 28 46 68 112 180 270 390 520 760 1060 1340 1650 Cable weight approx.9 17. mm 11.5 15.7 14.8 58.2 38.5 kg/km 2100 2720 35 58 85 140 225 345 49 56 70 84 98 133 168 210 260 Cable weight approx.3 16. kg/km 144 166 268 354 466 655 144 166 268 354 466 655 817 953 1400 1830 2327 2765 Construction data U 1000 ¿R2V 0.0 17.0 19.4 18.6 14.1 13.5 12G2.5 4ı4 4ı6 4ı10 4ı16 4ı25 4G2.1 13.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data U 1000 ¿R2V 0.7 22.0 21.3 34. mm 55.5 2ı4 2ı6 2ı10 2ı16 2ı25 3ı2.9 17.6 25.3 11.3 29.8 39.5 24G2.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4G185 4G240 5G2.9 51.2 25.5 5G4 5G6 5G10 5G16 5G25 7G2.6 13.2 20.3 16.0 kg/km 28 45 68 95 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 14 23 34 56 90 137 21 36 51 85 135 Cable weight approx.5 12.5 30G2. kg/km 3620 4680 195 236 307 410 540 765 201 224 270 296 323 400 482 570 662 re re re re re re re re re re re re re rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re ELKABEL 49 .0 62.3 16.

0. Construction 4ı Color coding Core color Blue / brown / black / black Construction data EXVB 0.0 25.5 21.6/1kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts. mm 18. approx.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4ı10 4ı16 4ı25 re rm rm Shape Cable diameter approx.5 to 500mm2 XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞—: Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature IEC 60228 90∞C continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı.5 Cu weight kg/km 363 592 925 Cable weight approx.6/1 kV NBN C 33-322 / NBN C 30-004 XLPE insulation ● PVC filling ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application These cables are used for distribution and supply of consumers with electrical power with nominal voltage 0.EXVB Cu conductors ● Uo/U .5 to 16mm2 -rm class 2 1.2 kV -5∞C to +60∞C -25∞C to +70∞C 12 x D cable Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color tape or extrusion PVC compound black Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. over shelves and grilles. kg/km 695 1002 1445 50 ELKABEL . tunnels and conduits. directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable./ 0. Cable design Construction Conductor According to NBN C 33-322 Cu according to NBN C 33-322 (IEC 60228): -rm class 1 1. min./ 250∞C /5 s max.6/1 kV 1.

class 2 according to BS 6360 IEC 60228 XLPE.2 21./ 250∞C /5 s max. directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelters providing the conditions determined for the type of cable. min. black PVC compound black “ÂıÌ˘ÂÒÍË ‰‡ÌÌË Conductor resistance at 20∞—: Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. Cable design Construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Color According to IEC60502/BS 7889/97 Cu wires./ 0. approx.6 17. approx.2 8.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1x6 1ı10 1ı16 1ı25 1ı35 1ı50 1ı70 1ı95 rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer Cable cable weight diameter Cu weight approx.6 41.3 8. approx. over shelves and grilles.0. mm 7.5 11.Cu/XLPE/PVC Cu conductors ● Uo/U .6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1ı120 1ı150 1ı185 1ı240 1x300 1x400 1x500 1x630 rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm Shape Outer Cable cable weight diameter Cu weight approx.6/1 kV 1.7 36.4 26.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 and BS 7889/97 ● XLPE insulation PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application These cables are used for distribution and supply of consumers with electrical power with nominal voltage 0.9 10.6/1kV and frequency 50 Hz in industrial installations and urban networks.3 29.0 32.3 kg/km 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 5890 kg/km 1250 1530 1900 2470 3080 3890 4970 6370 ELKABEL 51 . mm 19.6 13. According to NF C 32-321 90∞C continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı.6 15.5 kg/km 55 93 148 229 325 458 648 885 kg/km 92 135 191 285 376 540 750 1010 Construction data Cu/XLPE/PVC 0. tunnels and conduits.3 23.2 kV -5∞C to +60∞C -25∞C to +70∞C 10 x D cable Construction data Cu/XLPE/PVC 0. They are suitable for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts.

These cables are used in industrial installations and urban networks.black with white numbers or white with black numbers polymer compound galvanized steel wires .6/1 kV BS 5467-1997 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The power and control cables with cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) armored with galvanized steel wires are used in electrical installations with nominal voltage Uo/U 0. black.circular cores .5 ÍV .30 to 50∞— Cu cores . blue 5-cores .0.5 ÍV between core and screen 3.5 min Bending radius.6x D cable .brown. black.3. and -S-nominal cross section of cores in mm 52 ELKABEL . ./ 0.50*n*S core Force of strain in laying N -n-number of cores max. grey. green /yellow.6/1 kV 1. blue Control . for laying in industrial installations. Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage According to BS 6360 (IEC228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞C /100h/per year χı. applied helically PVC compound according to type 9 specified in BS 7655 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Operating temperature max. min.Cu/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC Uo/U .brown. blue 3-cores .2 kV between cores . in cable ducts. black. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Colors According to BS 5467-97 —u wires stranded according to BS 6360 ( IEC 60228 ) class 2 XLPE compound type GP 8 specified in BS 7655 2-cores . grey 4-cores .brown.sector Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation .6/1 kV.8ı D cable no less than 0∞— Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color Test voltage AC . tunnels and conduits. over shelves and grilles outdoor under shelters. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels./ 250∞— /5 s max.brown. grey.

25 1.9 1.6 1.9 25.6 0.2 18.0 rm 12x4.4 28.60 1.4 1.9 0.5 rm 37x1.8 1.9 1.5 1.25 1.5 rm 2x2..4.3 19.9 0.5 rm 37x2.1 51.4 1.7 29.25 1.25 1.6 1.0 20.9 0.7 0.9 0.3 16.9 0.0 rm 2x6.5 0.7 0.5 rm 7x2.7 15.6 1.25 1.5 36.6 1.5 1.3 1.9 0.1 2.0 rm 3x6.2 23.9 0.7 0.7 0.9 1.1 26.0 rm 2x10 rm 2x16 rm 2x25 rm 2x35 rm 3x1.6 1.6 1.0 2.6 1.9 2.2 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 55 92 146 218 363 592 925 1303 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 96 165 260 373 506 160 525 590 621 845 258 442 700 994 1362 272 337 407 491 655 955 1263 1732 301 379 457 558 863 1267 1956 2118 331 426 525 754 1005 1326 2037 2529 2332 2965 4199 5368 6899 8227 9943 383 487 622 873 1180 1752 2450 3044 434 737 946 1385 1659 564 960 1440 1854 2253 808 1403 1854 2430 3316 ELKABEL 53 . kg/km Nominal steel armour wire diameter mm 2x1.7 1.9 1.7 0.7 28.9 1.8 13.6 1.6 30.1 15.4 1.6 1.7 0.7 0.4 2.0 rm 37x4.0 16.7 0.7 1.6 1.25 1.6 0. kg/km Cable weight approx.7 0.4 1.7 33.0 12.4 1.6 0.7 1.5 1.5 1.7 0.0 1.0 rm 3x10 rm 3x16 rm 3x25 rm 3x35 rm 4x1.7 0.6 0.5 rm 19x2.7 0.5 rm 12x2.0 rm 19x4.2 30.7 0.7 0.7 0.0 2.8 18.8 1.6 0.6/1 kV Thickness of Cable diameter oversheath approx.4 56.6 1.6 0.8 14.5 rm 3x2.25 1.7 29.0 rm 27x4.5 1.0 rm 4x6.6 1.7 0.7 0.7 1.0 rm 0.4 1.4 26.5 1.9 1.1 12.25 1.4 1.0 17.6 14.6 1.2 2.9 0.6 2.6 0.7 0.5 21.1 23.60 1.25 1.5 rm 27x2.0 21.7 29.3 34.4 33.6 0.0 21.7 25.8 1.9 1.6 0.5rm 12x1.9 33.9 0.3 15.7 0.7 1.25 1.9 1.1 22.9 14.9 0.6 15.7 41.4 1. 39.9 0.7 1.9 18.8 19.5 rm 2x4.5 2.5 rm 5x4.7 0.6 1.7 0.9 0.9 0.60 0.0 rm 4x10 rm 4x16 rm 4x25 rm 4x35 rm 4x35 sm 4x50 sm 4x70 sm 4x95 sm 4x120sm 4x150 sm 4x185 sm 5x1.8 28.6 0.4 1.9 0.9 26.4 1.7 0.5 rm 27x1.25 1.9 0.5 rm 5x2.1 1.3 1.9 2.8 1.0 rm 5x10 rm 5x16 rm 5x25 rm 5x35 rm 7x1.7 0.5 1.5 1.7 0.8 1.8 1.9 0.9 0.7 21.2 1.7 0.4 1.7 0.5 1.5 rm 4x2.7 0.4 18.2 12.4 1.7 0.4 1.6 0.7 1.9 0.6 1.3 1.6 0.6 32 37.5 rm 3x4.6 2.6 2.6 1. mm mm Mass of Cu approx.9 0.25 1.0 rm 5x6.25 1.6 0.7 1.5 2.1 28.7 47.6 1.0 1.6 1.5 rm 19x1.5 rm 4x4.1 1.7 0.5 rm 7x4.7 0.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● PVC sheath ● Armour LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Thickness of insulation mm Cu/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC 0.

8 1. electrical power stations and substations. black and red PVC compound non-magnetic ¿l wires.9 2. which does not contain halogen materials. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. Cables are designed with sheath.2 kV Between core and screen 3.8 1.5 min Bending radius.1 38.7 1./ 0.0 2.1 26.6 2. for laying in industrial sites. indoor installations. conduits and shafts.0.5kV 6x D cable no less than 0∞— .50*n*Score Force of strain in laying N n-number of cores and max.6/1 kV.8 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 1724 2113 2696 3305 4286 5381 54 ELKABEL .8 2.0 1. with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions and are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage Uo/U 0. S-nominal cross-section of cores in mm Construction data Cu/XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Thickness of insulation mm Diameter of Al Thickness of Cable diameter wires in armor sheath approx.7 1./ 250∞— /5 s max. and non-magnetic armor of ¿l wires.0 2. mm mm mm Mass of Cu approx kg/km Cable weight approx.6 1. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.7 31. kg/km 1x150rm 1x185 rm 1x240 rm 1x300 rm 1x400 rm 1x500 rm 1.9 42.6/1 kV 1. free smoke emission and corrosion. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color According to BS 5467-97 —u stranded wires according to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) class 2 XLPE compound.6/1 kV BS 5467-1997 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● PVC sheath ● Armour Al wires Application The single-core power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) type LSOH are flame retardant.6 1. They are suitable for use in distribution networks. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h/per year χı.6 1. flame retardant. in cable ducts. min.3 28.30 to 50∞— Cu cores.0 2.6 1.4 34.Cu/XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC Uo/U .4 1.2 1. Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage AC . laid concentrically PVCcompound type 9 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Operating temperature max.

POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES ELKABEL .

0.78 kN Color Marking Breaking strengh min. In constructions for distribution networks these cable permit suspension on fasades and trees.to VDE 0276-626 for SAH-VO .1.5.SELF-SUPPORTING TYPE NFA2X // S¿H . or three additional reduced insulated cores for lighting ( R ) black for NFA2X .0.2 kV Insulation Cable lay up (cable constructions) 4 kV 10 kV 18xD cable no less than .45 ÍN 70 -11.self-supporting type are designed for transfer.VŒ Uo/U .68 kN Conductor resistance at 16 .20 Ω/ÍÏ 20∞C 35 .6/1 kV.15. 56 ELKABEL .6/1 kV VDE 0276-626/4F // FN KI 02.10∞— recommended 15∞— 50 . distribution and supply with electrical power in networks low voltage Uo/U 0.1.641Ω/ÍÏ 70-0.91 Ω/ÍÏ 25 .to FN KI 02 003 Technical data Operating temperature Short-circuit temperature Nominal voltage ¿— 80∞— 130∞— Uo/U 0.phase (main) insulated cores(Ã) .17 kN 35 . not more than Test voltage ¿C -5 min DC .LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES . Temperature of laying 1. Cable construction Construction Conductor -phase (main) à According to VDE 0276-626/4F FN KI 02. They allow crossing of forest areas without cutting and maintenance of openings in the wood. 2% carbon black content type TIX-2 constructions twisted into a bundle include: .0.84 kN 25 -4. two.one.2.0. The suspension and support of the whole bundle is carried out by the phase ( basic ) insulated current-conductive.8.320Ω/ÍÏ 50 .003-96 Al stranded compacted or Non-compacted according to VDE 0276-626 Al stranded compacted or Non-compacted according to VDE 0276-626 XLPE with min.003 Application The power cables with XLPE insulation for overhead lines .868Ω/ÍÏ 16 .443 Ω/ÍÏ 95 .6/1 kV -additional for lighting R Highest system voltage AC.32 ÍN 95 . min.15 min Bending radius.

0 45.0 25.0 10.8 1.9 1.8 5.0 36.0 32.2 5.0 35.0 28.7 2.0 38.7 0.3 1.2 1.0 36.2 0.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES .SELF-SUPPORTING TYPE Construction data NFA2X / SAH-VO 0.7 2.0 20.0 12.5 14.0 32.0 36.0 30. kg/km 44 67 97 137 187 267 91 139 196 281 181 278 397 562 764 1091 323 368 442 487 453 536 607 652 631 700 661 760 810 855 834 903 854 963 1136 1181 1160 1230 1190 1289 Cable weight approx.0 19.9 2.0 11.9 1.0 29.8 3.8 5.0 34.0 31.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1x16 1x25 1x35 1x50 1x70 1x95 2x16 2x25 2x35 2x50 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x25+1x16 4x25+2x16 4x35+1x16 4x35+2x16 4x35+1x25 4x35+2x25 4x50+1x16 4x50+2x16 4x50+1x25 4x50+2x25 4x50+1x35 4x50+2x35 4x70+1x16 4x70+2x16 4x70+1x25 4x70+2x25 4x70+1x35 4x70+2x35 4x95+1x16 4x95+2x16 4x95+1x25 4x95+2x25 4x95+1x35 4x95+2x35 Diameter of bundle approx.0 25.2 mm 9.8 3.0 25.8 1.0 41.0 46.7 2.0 18.0 31.7 3.0 42. kg/km 74 103 133 185 242 333 152 210 272 277 303 421 543 753 986 1358 496 572 619 695 645 754 829 905 858 964 889 1025 1061 1137 1091 1196 1121 1257 1434 1510 1463 1569 1494 1630 Allowed current in power Allowed current supply netat short-circuit works A 81 107 132 162 205 245 81 107 132 162 81 107 132 162 205 243 107 107 132 132 132 132 162 162 162 162 162 162 205 205 205 205 205 205 245 245 245 245 245 245 kA 0.2 5.0 22.9 2.0 16.0 44.9 1.8 3.8 3.3 1.2 5.0 35.0 40.0 20.8 1.9 2.3 1.0 28.2 5.8 3.2 5.9 2. Mass of ¿l cores approx.0 38. Mass approx.7 3.8 5.0 ELKABEL 57 .0 42.3 1.3 1.0 44.7 2.0 32.7 3.7 2.0 28.

003 Application The power cables with XLPE insulation for overhead lines .10∞— recommended 15∞— 16 . 2% carbon black constructions twisted into a bundle .003 Technical data Operating temperature Short-circuit temperature Nominal voltage ¿— DC Highest system voltage AC.0.self-supporting type are designed for transfer.9 kV .6/1 kV FN KI 02.320Ω/ÍÏ ¿— (Al/St) 71.1.868Ω/ÍÏ 95 .neutral (supporting) N -additional for lighting R 1. The suspension and support of the whole bundle is carried out by a supporting insulated neutral wire of aluminium steel conductor or of aluminium alloy. Temperature of laying 80∞— 130∞— Uo/U 0.003 steel reinforced Al stranded conductor or Al alloy conductor to FN KI 02.0. 58 ELKABEL .15 min Bending radius.18xD cable no less than .443Ω/ÍÏ 35 .003 Al stranded compacted or noncompacted according to FN KI 02 003 XLPE with min.5 ÍN Insulation Cable lay up include: Color Marking Conductor resistance at 20∞C Supported neutral breaking strength min. min.6/1 kV.5 . or three additional reduced insulated cores for lighting ( R ) black to FN KI 02.phase (main) insulated cores(Ã) .0.VŒ LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES WITH SUPPORTING NEUTRAL Uo/U .S¿H . In constructions for distribution networks these cable permit suspension on fasades and trees.0. Cable construction Construction Conductor -phase(main) à According to FN KI 02.neutral supporting insulated core ( N ) .641Ω/ÍÏ 25 . They allow crossing of forest areas without cutting and maintenance of openings in the wood.20 Ω/ÍÏ 70 .0.003-96 Al stranded compacted or Non-compacted according to FN KI 02. not more than Test voltage ¿C -5 min DC .one.470Ω/ÍÏ 15.1.91 Ω/ÍÏ 50 .6/1 kV 0.0. distribution and supply with electrical power in networks low voltage Uo/U 0.2 kV 4 kV 10 kV . two.

5ASt+2x16rm mm 27 27 27 31 31 31 34 34 34 40 40 40 ELKABEL 59 .5ASt+2x16rm 3x70rm+71.9 1.5ASt+1x16rm 3x35rm+71.rent at shortcircuit works A 107 107 107 132 132 132 162 162 162 205 205 205 kA 1. number and cross section Diameter of bundle approx. kg/km 675 751 827 767 843 919 925 1000 1076 1099 1175 1250 Allowed current in power Allowed cursupply net.5ASt+1x16rm 3x50rm+71.3 1.5ASt+2x16rm 3x50rm+71.9 1.7 2.7 2.8 3.5ASt 3x35rm+71.5ASt+2x16rm 3x35rm+71.5ASt+1x16rm 3x25rm+71.3 1.6/1 kV Mass approx. kg/km 499 544 589 588 633 679 712 757 802 864 909 954 Cable weight approx.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation Construction data SAH-VO 0.8 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES WITH SUPPORTING NEUTRAL N ı mm2 3x25rm+71.7 3.9 2.5ASt+1x16rm 3x70rm+71.5ASt/rm 3x25rm+71.5ASt 3x70rm+71. Mass of ¿l cores approx.8 3.3 1. Construction.5ASt 3x50rm+71.

27.5 ÍV between core and armor .6ÍN Á‡ 70 . .EP1 and EP2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage ¿— DC According to NF C 33-209 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h/per year χı.18x D cable no less than . two. suspension and carrying of the whole bundle is done by the phase insulated conductors.16. not more than Test voltage: ¿C -15 min DC . 2% carbon black con tent Constructions twisted into a bundle include: .20.6/1 kV or in direct power networks with maximum voltage according to land 0.5Ω/ÍÏ Supported neutral breaking strength min. Interception of forest areas without the need of clearance and maintenance of openings is allowed.320Ω/ÍÏ Highest system voltage AC.Al/R LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES WITH SUPPORTING NEUTRAL Uo/U .phase ( à ) .3 . 95Alm . which is made of aluminum compound.0.phase (main) insulated cores(Ã) . Cable construction Construction Conductor phase(main) à .20Ω/ÍÏ 70-0.70Alm-.with numbers 1./ Uo/U 0.9 kV 1.91Ω/ÍÏ 25 -1.one. Bundles can include one or two additional conductors for public lighting and control pair.63Ω/ÍÏ.15 min Bending radius.6/1 kV 0.6Alm-0.3.Self-supporting construction.443Ω/ÍÏ 95-0. on fixed facades.50kN Á‡ 95 . -Cables with supporting zero conductor.6/1 kV NF C 33-209 Application The power cables with cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) insulation for overhead lines are designed for electrical installations with alternating power networks with nominal voltage Uo/U 0. between posts. or three additional reduced insulated cores for lighting ( R ) black raised with paint: .neutral (supporting) N -additional for lighting R Insulation According to NF C 33-209 Al stranded compacted or Non-compacted according to NF C 33-209 AL stranded according to NF C 33-209 Al stranded compacted or noncompacted according to NF C 33209 XLPE with min. trees and poles.5 ÍV .10∞— recommended 15∞— 16 -1. Cables for overhead installations may be used in different types of installations: on free hanging facades.supporting 0 core( N ) ELKABEL NF C 33-209 additional cores for lighting ( R ) ./ 250∞— /5 s max.6 .343Ω/ÍÏ Á‡ 54.9 ÍV. Temperature of laying Resistance at 20∞—: Color Marking: 35 .868Ω/ÍÏ 120-0.3. the whole bundle is suspended and carried by the supporting conductor.2.50ÍN 60 ELKABEL .641Ω/ÍÏ 150-0.neutral supporting insulated core ( N ) . min.206Ω/ÍÏ 54.2 kV 4 kV 10 kV between cores .0.0.0.253Ω/ÍÏ 50 . The cables with supporting (bearing) zero conductors are used for building networks in city and urban areas and the self-supporting type cables are for building distribution networks in these areas.

8/1.8/1.6Alm+Kx16 3x35+54.5/1.5/1.8/1.6 1.6 1.4 1.6Alm 3x50+54.8/1.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES WITH SUPPORTING NEUTRAL Construction data Al/R 0.6Alm 3x25+54.6Alm+Kx16 3x70+54.6 1.4 mm 15 18 18 22 30 30 33 33 36 36 36 37 40 40 41 41 41 44 44 44 44 44 44 46 46 46 47 47 47 48 48 48 Allowed current in power supply networks ¿ 112 112 / 83 138 138 / 83 168 168 / 93 168 / 111 213 213 / 83 213 / 111 213 213 / 83 213 / 111 258 258 / 83 258 / 111 258 258 / 83 258 / 111 300 300 / 83 300 /111 300 300 / 83 300 / 111 344 344 / 83 344 / 111 Allowed current in distribution networks A walls/air/facades 72 / 93 / 83 95 / 122 / 111 63 / 83 / 75 83 / 111 / 99 - ¿l/R Mass of ¿l cores approx.6/1. kg/km 91 142 183 285 369 460 455 546 583 674 725 754 845 896 798 889 940 967 1059 1110 1011 1102 1154 1225 4828 1368 1296 1387 1439 1482 1573 1624 Cable weight approx.4 1.8/1.4 1.6Alm+Kx16 3x50+54.6Alm+Kx16 3x95+54.6Alm+Kx25 3x70+54.4 1.6/1. 1.5/1.6/1.6 1.6Alm+Kx25 3x95+70Alm 3x95+70Alm+Kx16 3x95+70Alm+Kx25 3x120+70Alm 3x120+70Alm+Kx16 3x120+70Alm+Kx25 3x120+95Alm 3x120+95Alm+Kx16 3x120+95Alm+Kx25 3x150+70Alm 3x150+70Alm+Kx16 3x150+70Alm+Kx25 mm 1.4 1.2 1.6Alm 3x95+54.6/1 kV Number of conductors Thickness of insu.6/1.8/1.6Alm+Kx25 3x70+70Alm 3x70+70Alm+Kx16 3x70+70Alm+Kx25 3x95+54.8/1.6/1.8/1.8/1.6/1. N ı mm2 2x16 2x25 4x16 4x25 3x25+54. " " .5/1.6/ 1.5 1.8/1.2 1. Mass of core and cable are shown in  =2 ELKABEL 61 .6Alm 3x35+54.6/1.5/1.is the number of conductors for public electricity and can accept values of 0.6/1.8/1.5/1.5 1.8/1.5 1.4 1. kg/km 125 165 260 395 505 635 615 745 725 860 925 950 1080 1150 984 1115 1185 1195 1325 1355 1355 1615 1485 1445 1575 1610 1535 1660 1735 1670 1795 1870 Note: 1.7/1.8/1.4 1.6/1.6/1.5/ 1.4/1.6Alm+Kx16 3x50+54.4 1.6/1.8/1.6/1.4/1.2 1.4 1.2 1.6/1.2 1.2 1. 2.4 1.Diameter and nominal cross of bundle lation M/N/R section approx.8/1.6Alm 3x70+54.6/1.2 1.7/1. 2 or 3.5/1.2 1.8/1.8/1.2 1.6 1.8/1.2 1.7/1.5/1.2 1.6/1.

to FN  I 02 004 SAHv-20 -to FN  I 02 004 with longitudinal water blocking S¿’ . The main characteristics of overhead lines with XLPE insulation overhead conductors are low susceptibility to operational failures when conductors strike against each other or when a tree is temporarily leaning on the line. specially in casse of parallel lines. may be provided by agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser Black SAH-20 . Also the space in the terrain required for the line is narrower.SAH-20//SAX SAHv-20 CONDUCTORS WITH XLPE INSULATION FOR OVERHEAD LINES TO 20 KV Uo/U . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02.004/06 / / SFS 5791/94 Application Conductors with XLPE insulation for overhead lines.12/20 kV FN KI 02. Temperature of laying 10xD cable no less than . to Uo/U 12/20 kV (6/10kV) Insulation Additional element Highest system voltage Um not more than 24 kV Color Marking Test voltage 4kV / 5 min Bending radius. 5sec.ÔÓ SFS 5791 /94 Technical data Operating temperature Short-circuit temperature Nominal voltage 50Hz 90∞— in operation 250∞— max.004 and SFS 5791/94 Al alloy conductor stranded com pacted -steel reinforced Al stranded com pacted or stranded type AC XLPE with min. 2% carbon black Longitudinal water blocking( ‚ ). are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power in overhead electrical networks with nominal voltage to Uo/U/Um 12/20/24 kV and frequency 50 Hz.20∞— recommended 15∞— 62 ELKABEL . min.

70 14.2 20.4 18.6 27.363 0.301 A 195 245 300 370 425 495 195 245 300 370 425 495 195 245 300 370 kA 3. ResistanBreaking Short ce at tem.9 17.3 2.422 0.3 12.2±0.0 18.4 13.3 15. 11.3 12.363 0.20 9.595 0.6 12.8±0.3 2.3 2.4 18.98 Ω/ÍÏ 0.908.6 27.01 23.50 3.2±0.85 8.3 2.2 16.38 17.3±0.3 7.0±0.0±0.493 0.5 mm 2.3 2.8±0.986 0.35 6.4 11.2 4.6 14.3 14.3 8.288 0.2 14.3 2.0 14.2 4.4 9.6 12.236 0.1 Mass of cable approx.2 14.20 8.3 15.59 32.778 0.9 35.720 0.2 43.2 20.25 11.3 mm 11.9 17.493 0.35 6.3 2.3 2.50 3.20 8.20 9.3 2.3 2.0±0.2 43.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation CONDUCTORS WITH XLPE INSULATION FOR OVERHEAD LINES TO 20 KV Construction and electrical data Nominal Nominal ApproxicrossNumber of Nominalof thickness mate section of a strands in a diameter a of overall conductor conductor conductor covering diameter mm2 35Alm 50Alm 70Alm 95Alm 120 Alm 150 Alm 35/¿—rm 50/¿—rm 70/¿—rm 95/¿—rm 120/¿—rm 150/¿—rm *35/¿—rm *50/¿—rm *70/¿—rm *95/¿—rm N 7 7 7 7 19 19 7 7 7 7 19 19 7 7 7 7 mm 7.25 11.3 2.6 11.9 35.8 11.35 6. kg/km 160 200 270 350 425 510 205 250 340 450 470 590 245 305 405 545 NOTE: * Conductors type AC according to BDS 1133 ELKABEL 63 .0±0.8 13.Current load circuit perature carrying min.986 0.7±0.70 14. 11. current 20∞— capacity for 1 s m‡ı ÍN 11.236 0.908.908.3±0.720 0.85 8.6 14.2 4.288 0.85 8.4 13.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 14.7±0.

MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ELKABEL .

MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ELKABEL .

18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .number of cores and -S-cross-section of conductors in mm Color Force of strain in laying N max.1mm.5 min DC (=) . small and medium industrial plants. in cable ducts. conduits and shafts. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 12/20./ 6/10.30*n*S core Cu cores . min Temperature of laying According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. Layer of plastic tape Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. 96kV kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen max.50*n*S core n.2XSY/N2XSY Uo/U .12/20 kV 6/10.6/10 kV. 18/30kV A 2 X S Y / N A 2 X S Y EC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. electric power stations and industrial systems. 12/20 kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 12/20 kV 12kV. indoor installations. 30kV kV 48kV. where: 66 ELKABEL . 12/20 kV 15kV.20∞— Separating layer Sheath PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 type DMV 6 according to VDE 0276 red Temperature of exploitation Tests -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores ./ 250∞— /5 s max. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. 24kV kV 6/10.

N2XSY Mass of Cu approx.4 3.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 5. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES min mm max mm 6/10 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 12/20 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 18/30 kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 5.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 5.4 3.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 5.5 5. A2XSY/NA2XSY 6/10.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 30 32 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 36 39 34 36 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 39 35 37 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 44 39 41 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 935 1076 1312 1599 1859 2155 2536 3126 2239 2620 3210 3800 4736 5795 1116 1264 1512 1809 1995 2385 2777 3466 2469 2861 3466 4071 5025 6127 1508 1768 2078 2358 2758 3163 3786 4428 5425 6555 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 712 775 878 996 1101 1219 1366 1587 1302 1450 1671 1896 2307 2657 893 964 1078 1206 1237 1448 1607 1927 1532 1691 1927 2168 2596 2988 1208 1334 1475 1600 1822 1993 2246 2524 2996 3417 ELKABEL 67 .5 2.5 5.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 5. 12/20. NA2XSY Mass of Cu approx.5 2.4 3.5 5.5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 2. 18/30 kV Number of conNominal ThicThicductors and crosskness of kness of nominal cross insulation sheath section of section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 Cable diameter approx.5 5.5 5.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSY/N2XSY.4 3.5 2.5 5.5 2. kg/km A2XSY.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx. 2XSY.5 5.5 2.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.4 3.5 2.

The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.1mm. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. in cable ducts. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . small and medium industrial plants./ 250∞— /5 s max. 12/20 kV 15kV. conduits and shafts. 18/30kV 2 X S 2 Y / N 2 X S 2 Y Uo/U IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 A2XS2Y/NA2XS2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 96kV kV Metal screen Separating layer Sheath max.50*n*S core max.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 68 ELKABEL . indoor installations. 12/20 kV 12kV./ 6/10. 12/20. 12/20 kV. n.20∞— Color -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . They are suitable for use in distribution installations. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted.6/10 kV.5 min DC (=) . Layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 24kV kV 6/10. 30kV kV 48kV.12/20 kV 6/10.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . electric power stations and industrial systems.

5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 5. 18/30 kV Number of conThicThicknes Nominal ductors and crosskness of s of nominal cross insulation sheath section of section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 Cable diameter approx.5 2.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2. 2XS2Y.4 3.5 2.4 3.5 5.5 5.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS2Y/N2XS2Y.5 2.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 30 32 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 36 39 34 36 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 39 35 37 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 44 39 41 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 a 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 858 995 1225 1506 1761 2052 2427 3008 2136 2511 3092 3674 4598 5647 1023 1167 1409 1701 1881 2266 2652 3333 2350 2736 3333 3930 4872 5956 1394 1648 1952 2226 2622 3020 3635 4262 5242 6352 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 635 694 791 903 1003 1115 1257 1469 1199 1341 1553 1770 2169 2508 800 867 975 1098 1124 1329 1482 1793 1413 1566 1793 2026 2443 2818 1093 1214 1349 1469 1685 1850 2095 2359 2813 3213 ELKABEL 69 .4 3.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.5 5.5 5. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 5.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES min mm max mm 6/10 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 12/20kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 18/30 kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 3. N2XS2Y Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5. 12/20.5 2.4 3. kg/km A2XS2Y.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.4 5.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 2.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2. NA2XS2Y Mass of Al approx.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2. A2XS2Y/NA2XS2Y 6/10.

12/20 kV 6/10. small and medium industrial plants. n.5 min DC (=) . conduits and shafts.20∞— Separating layer Sheath -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Factory bundled in TRIPLEX Color Al cores .50*n*S core max. 30kV kV 48kV. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.TRIPLEX Uo/U-6/10 kV. 12/20. 12/20 kV 12kV. 12/20 kV 15kV. 12/20 kV. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) factory bindled in TRIPLEX.TRIPLEX / N2XS2Y.1mm.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius./ 6/10.TRIPLEX / NA2XS2Y. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 96kV kV Metal screen max. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10.2XS2Y. indoor installations. electric power stations and industrial systems. 24kV kV 6/10. Layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP2 according to VDE 0276 three single-core cables factory bindled in TRIPLEX black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U./ 250∞— /5 s max. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . in cable ducts.TRIPLEX A2XS2Y. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 70 ELKABEL .30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .

0 8.4 88.2 75.5 2.3 75.4 3.0 84.6 95.TRIPLE A2XS2Y.4 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 8940 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 1812 2379 3099 3765 4788 5790 2574 2985 3675 4518 5283 6156 7281 9024 6408 7533 9276 11022 3069 3501 4227 5103 5643 6798 7956 9999 7050 8208 9999 4182 4944 5856 6678 7866 9060 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 2436 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 795 795 1905 2082 2373 2709 3009 3345 3771 4407 3597 4023 4659 5310 2400 2601 2925 3294 3372 3987 4446 5379 4239 4698 5379 3279 3642 4047 4407 5055 5550 ELKABEL 71 .4 5. kg/km Mass of Al approx.0 8.0 8.5 2.2 88.TRIPLEX NA2XS2Y.6 77.5 2.4 3.6 67.6 77. 2XS2Y.0 8.9 84.4 3.1 86.8 84.6 60.5 2.4 3.1 71.2 88.5 2.5 64.6 92.4 3. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.8 67.5 2.8 69.0 8.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.1 73.5 2.TRIPLEX N2XS2Y.4 3.5 2.2 58.3 75.TRIPLEX / NA2XS2Y.8 56.5 2.5 2.1 84.5 2.4 75.0 69.6 95. kg/km kg/km 6/10 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 3x(1x300rm /25) 12/20 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 18/30 kV 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3. Mass of cable approx.0 99.TRIPLEX 6/10.2 71.5 2.0 71.8 82.5 2.4 77.9 84.5 5.5 2.TRIPLEX / N2XS2Y.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS2Y.4 3.5 5.2 73.4 64.5 2.3 73.6 79.1 84.5 2.5 2.5 5.4 3.8 69.4 3.4 3.5 62.8 82.1 73.5 5.9 95.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.6 79.4 77.5 2.8 84.5 5.5 2.0 82.3 60.5 5.2 88. 12/20.TRIPLEX MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES min mm max mm Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 2.6 51.1 73.6 64.8 58.6 69.3 62.4 3.2 88.TRIPLEX.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 49.5 5.0 2.5 5. A2XS2Y.5 8.4 77.5 2.5 2. 18/30 kV Nominal Number of conducThicThiccrosstors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 Cable diameter approx.5 5.

n./ 250∞— /5 s max.12/20 kV 6/10.water absorbing insulating tape -II option ./ 6/10.6/10 kV.50*n*S core max.5 min DC (=) . 12/20 kV 12kV. conduits and shafts. electric power stations and industrial systems. small and medium industrial plants. 96kV kV max.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. -I option . 24kV kV 6/10.2XS(F)2Y/ N2XS(F)2Y A2XS(F)2Y/ NA2XS(F)2Y Uo/U . 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.1mm. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 72 ELKABEL . 12/20.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 12/20 kV. Cable construction Construction Conductors Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502-2 DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 12/20 kV 15kV. in cable ducts. indoor installations.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Water resisting element Sheath Color Al cores . according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. 30kV kV 48kV. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .

5 2.4 3. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.4 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS(F)2Y/N2XS(F)2Y. Mass of cable approx.5 5. kg/km A2XS(F)2Y.5 5.5 2.4 3.4 5.5 2. 12/20.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2. N2XS(F)2Y Number of conNominal Cable diameter ThicThic.5 2.4 3.5 5.5 2. 18/30 kV 2XS(F)2Y.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 30 32 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 36 39 34 36 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 39 35 37 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 44 39 41 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 906 1043 1279 1564 1822 2116 2495 3081 2200 2579 3165 3752 4683 5738 1081 1228 1473 1768 1952 2340 2730 3416 2424 2814 3416 4018 4966 6073 1465 1722 2030 2308 2707 3109 3728 4361 5347 6482 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 683 745 846 961 1064 1180 1325 1542 1264 1409 1626 1849 2254 2599 858 927 1039 1165 1194 1403 1560 1876 1487 1644 1876 2114 2537 2919 1164 1289 1427 1550 1770 1939 2189 2458 2918 3343 ELKABEL 73 .4 3.4 3.4 3.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 2. kness of kness of nominal cross insulation sheath tion of section screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.cross ductors and secapprox.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. NA2XS(F)2Y Mass of Al approx.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5.4 3.5 2. A2XS(F)2Y/NA2XS(F)2Y 6/10.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES kg/km 6/10 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 12/20 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 18/30 kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.

12/20.30*n*S core Cu cores .20∞— Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Sheath Temperature of exploitation -30 to 50∞— Tests according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Force of strain in laying N Al cores . according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.1mm. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. small and medium industrial plants. 134kV. 5 pC / 2 pC 15x D cable no less than . 18/30 kV 12kV. conduits and shafts. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20 kV. electric power stations and industrial systems. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. factory bindled in TRIPLEX. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 63kV 67kV.water absorbing insulating tape -II option . N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in Tests . 18/30 kV 6/10. min Temperature of laying 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 12/20.50*n*S core max. 36kV 6/10. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements.2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX / N2XS(F)2Y -TRIPLEX A2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX / NA2XS(F)2Y-TRIPLEX Uo/U . 12/20.6/10 kV. 42kV. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 24kV. Cable construction Construction Conductors According to IEC 60502-2 DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted./ 6/10. -I option . 18/30kV 21kV.water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 Black three single-core cables factory bindled in TRIPLEX Technical data Conductor resistance at According to IEC60228 class 2 20∞C and VDE 0295 class 2 Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U./ 250∞— /5 s max. 201kV max. in cable ducts. 12/20.5 min DC (=) . indoor installations.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.water penetration in mm the region of metallic IEC 60502-2 annex F screen where: Color Factory bundled in TRIPLEX 74 ELKABEL . no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .

4 77. kg/km Mass of Al approx.3 88.3 88.4 3.3 60.9 71.1 84.5 5. 18/30 kV 2XS(F)2Y.0 8.1 86.2 58.5 5.4 3.2 73.5 2.5 2.4 77.3 88.8 82.6 95.1 73.4 77.5 2.8 84.6 77. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.3 73. Mass of cable approx.4 3.1 99.5 2.5 2.5 2.3 75.2 71.5 2.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data 2XS(F)2Y.5 2.1 73.6 77.5 5.6 95.0 69.5 5.9 84.0 8.1 84.3 62.3 75. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.4 3.5 5.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 8940 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 1812 2379 3099 3765 4788 5790 2718 3129 3837 4692 5466 6348 7485 9243 6600 7737 9495 11256 3243 3684 4419 5304 5856 7020 8190 10248 7272 8442 10248 4395 5166 6090 6924 8121 9327 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 2436 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 795 795 2049 2235 2538 2883 3192 3540 3975 4626 3792 4227 4878 5547 2574 2781 3117 3495 3582 4209 4680 5628 4461 4932 5628 3492 3867 4281 4650 5310 5817 ELKABEL 75 .5 5.5 2.0 8.4 3.5 62.8 84. kg/km kg/km 6/10 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 3x(1x300rm /25) 12/20 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 18/30 kV 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3.8 69.5 2.4 3.5 2.4 75.4 5.5 64.TRIPLEX.5 2.5 2. A2XS(F)2Y.5 5.8 58.4 3.0 2.6 79.TRIPLEX / NA2XS(F)2Y.TRIPLEX Uo/U 6/10.4 3.2 84.5 5.0 8.6 67.6 79.5 2.4 3.TRIPLEX / N2XS(F)2Y.5 2.5 8.5 2.5 2.3 75.7 51. 12/20.8 69.6 60.4 3.2 73.1 82.2 88.5 2.5 2.TRIPLEX A2XS(F)2Y.TRIPLEX NA2XS(F)2Y.TRIPLEX Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.6 64.4 88.0 8.5 2.5 2.6 69.4 64.TRIPLEX N2XS(F)2Y.9 84.8 56.5 2.5 2.2 71.6 92.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.8 66.5 2.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 49.5 5.8 82.5 5.9 95.

water absorbing powder Al foil with copolymer protection from moisture ingress layer type ST7 according to IEC 60502-2 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to IEC60228 class 2 20∞C and VDE 0295 class 2 Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U./ 250∞— /5 s max. 18/30kV 21kV.50*n*S core max. 5 pC / 2 pC 15x D cable no less than . N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in Tests .5 min DC (=) . 24kV. 12/20. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 18/30 kV 12kV. Cable construction Construction Conductors According to IEC 60502-2 DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. 42kV. . according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0./ 6/10. 18/30 kV 6/10. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 134kV.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. in cable ducts.2XS(FL)2Y / N2XS(FL)2Y A2XS(FL)2Y / NA2XS(FL)2Y Uo/U . 63kV 67kV. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. min Temperature of laying 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. indoor installations.20∞— Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Radial Sheath PE compound Color -30 to 50∞— Temperature of exploitation according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276620 Force of strain in laying N Al cores . 18/30kV. 36kV 6/10.30*n*S core Cu cores . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20. 12/20. 201kV max. conduits and shafts. 12/20.6/10 kV. small and medium industrial plants. 12/20.1mm. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .water penetration in mm the region of metallic screen IEC 60502-2 annex F where: 76 ELKABEL . electric power stations and industrial systems. IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10.

kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 2. A2XS(FL)2Y / NA2XS(FL)2Y 6/10.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 5. 12/20.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 30 32 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 36 39 34 36 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 39 35 37 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 44 39 41 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 906 1043 1279 1564 1822 2116 2495 3081 2200 2579 3165 3752 4683 5738 1081 1228 1473 1768 1952 2340 2730 3416 2424 2814 3416 4018 4966 6073 1465 1722 2030 2308 2707 3109 3728 4361 5347 6482 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 683 745 846 961 1064 1180 1325 1542 1264 1409 1626 1849 2254 2599 858 927 1039 1165 1194 1403 1560 1876 1487 1644 1876 2114 2537 2919 1164 1289 1427 1550 1770 1939 2189 2458 2918 3343 ELKABEL 77 .5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 5. 18/30 kV 2XS(FL)2Y.5 5.5 2. kg/km kg/km 6/10 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 12/20 kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 18/30 kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 3.4 3.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. Mass of cable approx. NA2XS(FL)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 2.4 5.5 5.5 2.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Al foil ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS(FL)2Y / N2XS(FL)2Y.4 3.4 3.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5.5 5. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.5 2.4 3.5 5. N2XS(FL)2Y A2XS(FL)2Y.5 5.4 3.5 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 2.5 2.5 2. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N x mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.

The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 18/30 kV 12kV. 12/20. 42kV.6/10 kV. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.50*n*S core max. where: Tests . 18/30 kV 6/10.30*n*S core Cu cores .TRIPLEX A2XS(FL)2Y . 36kV 6/10. in cable ducts.20∞— Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Radial protection from Sheath -30 to 50∞— Temperature of exploitation according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276620 Force of strain in laying N Al cores . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.water penetration in the region of metallic screen N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm IEC 60502-2 annex F Color Factory bundled in TRIPLEX 78 ELKABEL . 18/30kV 21kV. 201kV max.2XS(FL)2Y. . no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .TRIPLEX Uo/U . 12/20.TRIPLEX / N2XS(FL)2Y. IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) factory bindled in TRIPLEX.1mm. 12/20./ 250∞— /5 s max. 18/30kV. 12/20. small and medium industrial plants./ 6/10.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 5 pC / 2 pC 15x D cable no less than . 24kV.5 min DC (=) . Cable construction Construction Conductors According to IEC 60502-2 DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. electric power stations and industrial systems. min Temperature of laying 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.TRIPLEX / NA2XS(FL)2Y.water absorbing powder Al foil with copolymer moisture ingress layer PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502-2 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 Black three single-core cables factory bindled in TRIPLEX Technical data Conductor resistance at According to IEC60228 class 2 20∞C and VDE 0295 class 2 Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. conduits and shafts. indoor installations. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 12/20. 134kV. 63kV 67kV.

8 58.8 69.4 3.5 8.6 60.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 49. kg/km kg/km 6/10 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 3x(1x300rm /25) 12/20 kV 3x(1x35rm /16) 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150rm /16) 3x(1x185rm /16) 3x(1x240rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3x(1x240rm /25) 18/30 kV 3x(1x50rm /16) 3x(1x70rm /16) 3x(1x95rm /16) 3x(1x120rm /16) 3x(1x150 rm /25) 3x(1x185rm /25) 3.5 2.2 58.2 71.5 2.5 2.8 66.8 82.5 2.9 95.5 2.5 5.5 2.4 3.0 2.1 99.6 92.5 2.4 3.5 2.TRIPLEX NA2XS(FL)2Y.4 77.4 3.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 5.4 77.9 84.8 82.4 3.4 3.4 3.5 2.1 73.4 64.8 56.6 77.2 73.TRIPLEX / NA2XS(FL)2Y.4 77. kg/km Mass of Al approx.TRIPLEX N2XS(FL)2Y. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 5.0 69.1 86.6 69.9 71.5 2. Mass of cable approx.4 3.5 5.0 8.6 95.5 2.TRIPLEX. 12/20.5 62.2 88.8 69.3 88.5 2.6 95.5 2.5 2.5 5.8 84.2 84.5 2.5 5.8 84.5 2.5 2.3 60.5 5.TRIPLEX Uo/U 6/10.2 73.5 2.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Al foil ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS(FL)2Y.5 2.4 3.6 64.3 73.2 71.6 79.6 79.TRIPLEX A2XS(FL)2Y.4 88.5 64.0 8. 18/30 kV 2XS(FL)2Y.4 3.6 77.5 2.7 51.1 84. A2XS(FL)2Y.0 8.5 2.4 5.3 75.5 2.3 62.6 67.1 84.9 84.3 88.1 82.5 2.3 88.3 75.3 75.1 73.5 2.TRIPLEX / N2XS(FL)2Y.5 2.4 75.5 5. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 5.0 8.5 5.TRIPLEX MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.5 2.5 2.0 8.4 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 8940 1479 1812 2379 3099 3765 4521 5526 7095 4788 5790 7362 1812 2379 3099 3765 4788 5790 2718 3129 3837 4692 5466 6348 7485 9243 6600 7737 9495 11256 3243 3684 4419 5304 5856 7020 8190 10248 7272 8442 10248 4395 5166 6090 6924 8121 9327 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 2436 282 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 1947 1182 1485 1947 381 549 762 963 1182 1485 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 528 795 795 795 528 528 528 528 795 795 2049 2235 2538 2883 3192 3540 3975 4626 3792 4227 4878 5547 2574 2781 3117 3495 3582 4209 4680 5628 4461 4932 5628 3492 3867 4281 4650 5310 5817 ELKABEL 79 .

over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20 kV 12kV.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen Cable assembly Inner sheatth Sheath Color Al cores . 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.5 min DC (=) . n.2XS≈Y/ N2XS≈Y A2XS≈Y/ NA2XS≈Y Uo/U . conduits and shafts. 24kV kV 6/10. small and medium industrial plants. 30kV kV 48kV. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. electric power stations and industrial systems. 12/20./ 6/10. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 type DMV 6 according to VDE 0276 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.12/20 kV 6/10. 12/20 kV 15kV.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius./ 250∞— /5 s max.6/10 kV. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . 12/20 kV.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 80 ELKABEL .THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 96kV kV max.50*n*S core max. indoor installations. in cable ducts.

5 2.5 8 8 8 8 8 2.2 3.4 3. N2XSEY Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.5 3.4 3.7 78.2 68.6 74.7 75.5 5.3 87.8 2. NA2XSEY Mass of Al approx. and nominal cross sec. 18/30 kV 2XSEY.5 2.4 48.7 2.4 3.5 5.4 3.5 71.6 56. A2XSEY/NA2XSEY 6/10.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N x mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.7 59.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSEY/N2XSEY. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 12/20kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 18/30 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3.0 3.4 3.8 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 46. kg/km Ç҇ ̇ ͇·Â· ÔË·Î.5 5.4 5.0 3.5 5.1 60. 12/20.7 3.8 79.5 2.4 3.3 64.3 63.3 67.8 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 5.2 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .8 83.4 3.3 79.8 53.7 3.5 3.3 3.4 3.5 5.1 3.1 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 2907 3408 4279 5308 6195 7383 8741 10817 12906 3793 4345 5248 6331 7275 8566 9968 12155 5624 6610 7791 8819 10185 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 404 584 809 1023 1257 2231 2497 2965 3481 3899 4545 5195 6153 7138 3117 3434 3934 4504 4979 5728 6422 7491 4713 5296 5964 6523 7347 ELKABEL 81 .5 5.9 3.5 74.4 3.4 3.9 3.THREE CORE A2XS≈Y.4 3.8 84.4 70.0 57.

Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. 24kV kV 6/10.6/10 kV. in cable ducts.5 min DC (=) . 12/20 kV 15kV.12/20 kV 6/10. conduits and shafts./ 250∞— /5 s max. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 82 ELKABEL . 96kV kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen Cable assembly max. 12/20 kV 12kV.50*n*S core max.1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. electric power stations and industrial systems./ 6/10. 30kV kV 48kV. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. n. 12/20 kV. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.20∞— Inner sheatth Sheath -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Color Al cores . no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .2XS≈2Y / N2XS≈2Y A2XS≈2Y / NA2XS≈2Y Uo/U . small and medium industrial plants.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. indoor installations. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 12/20.

4 70.7 59.7 75.1 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 2849 3348 4208 5229 6108 7287 8632 10690 12766 3714 4259 5153 6226 7162 8439 9830 11998 5505 6480 7651 8665 10019 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 404 584 809 1023 1257 2174 2437 2894 3402 3812 4449 5086 6027 6999 3038 3349 3839 4399 4866 5601 6284 7334 4596 5167 5824 6369 7181 ELKABEL 83 .4 3.3 63.4 3.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.5 5.4 48.4 3.9 3.2 68.8 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 46. 12/20.5 2.1 60. 18/30 kV 2XSE2Y.0 57. A2XSE2Y / NA2XSE2Y 6/10.8 79.9 3.3 87.8 2.4 3. kg/km Mass of Al approx.2 3.3 3.3 67.7 3.8 83.5 5.7 78.5 5.3 79.5 8.5 2.5 3.5 74. and nominal cross sec. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 5. kg/km Mass of cable approx.0 8.8 53.4 3.0 3.6 74.5 2. NA2XSE2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.8 84.4 3.4 3.0 2.7 3.1 3.0 8.0 8.0 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .5 71.THREE CORE 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 3x300 rm /25 12/20kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 18/30 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3.3 64.5 5.5 5.4 3.8 2.2 3.5 5.6 56. N2XSE2Y A2XS≈2Y.4 3.7 2.4 3.5 3.5 5.4 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● P≈ sheath Construction data 2XSE2Y / N2XSE2Y.0 8.

12/20 kV 12kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.LDPE PE compound . small and medium industrial plants.discret Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . They are suitable for use in distribution installations. in cable ducts. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements. 96kV kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes .1mm Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling and inner sheath-PE . 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Inner sheatth Sheath Color Al cores .6/10 kV. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.HDPE Black Water resisting element Cable assembly max. 12/20 kV 15kV.50*n*S core max. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10.5 min DC (=) ./ 6/10. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted. 24kV kV 6/10. conduits and shafts. 30kV kV 48kV. indoor installations.12/20 kV 6/10. electric power stations and industrial systems.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 84 ELKABEL . n. 12/20.2XS≈(F)2Y/ (N)2XS≈(F)2Y A2XS≈(F)2Y/ (N)A2XS≈(F)2Y Uo/U ./ 250∞— /5 s max. 12/20 kV. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.

5 5.4 3. kg/km Mass of Al approx.0 8.0 85.0 3.7 3. (N)2XSE(F)2Y A2XS≈(F)2Y.4 2.4 3.THREE CORE Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.5 5.5 59.5 3.5 87.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.0 8.4 3.8 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 48.0 8.5 5.2 3.5 58.5 5.5 75.0 2.6 2. A2XSE(F)2Y / (N)A2XSE(F)2Y 6/10. 18/30 kV 2XSE(F)2Y.5 2.5 71. and nominal cross sec.0 3.0 60.5 75.0 83.0 55.0 80. 12/20.9 3.5 5.2 3.0 76.1 3.5 68.4 3.0 8.0 62.4 5.7 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen with WB element ● PE sheath Construction data 2XSE(F)2Y / (N)2XSE(F)2Y.4 3.5 51.5 65. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 12/20kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 18/30 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3.5 8.8 2.4 3.0 64.4 3.4 3.3 3.5 3.5 5.0 79.0 72.4 3.1 3.9 3.7 2.5 5.0 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 2715 3215 4095 5125 6045 7110 8740 10555 3160 3677 4550 5570 6475 7500 9150 10950 5124 6100 7120 8110 9185 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 405 585 805 1020 1255 2005 2260 2715 3220 3625 4445 5195 6065 2445 2750 3170 3650 4060 4550 5100 6020 3710 4295 5160 6120 7100 ELKABEL 85 . (N)A2XSE(F)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .5 70. kg/km Mass of cable approx.

12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. indoor installations. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 12/20 kV 12kV.1mm Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling . 12/20 kV 15kV.12/20 kV 6/10.filiers with water-blocking element Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. in cable ducts./ 250∞— /5 s max.2XS≈(FL)2Y/ (N)2XS≈(FL)2Y A2XS≈(FL)2Y/ (N)A2XS≈(FL)2Y Uo/U . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.HDPE Black Al cores . 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .discret Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. small and medium industrial plants. 24kV kV 6/10.5 min DC (=) . conduits and shafts.50*n*S core max.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Inner sheath Radial protection from moisture ingress Sheath Color Al foil with copolymer layer PE compound . n. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes . electric power stations and industrial systems.THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal and radial water-blocking elements. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 30kV kV 48kV.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . 12/20 kV IEC 60502-2 / DIN VDE 0276-620 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ./ 6/10.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 96kV kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Cable assembly max. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 86 ELKABEL . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502 and DIN VDE 0276-620 —u and Al stranded compacted.6/10 kV.

5 64.4 3.6 74.9 3.4 3.5 5.6 70.4 3. 12/20kV 2XSE(FL)2Y.5 5.5 2. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 12/20kV 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 3.8 84.5 5.5 68.1 67.5 5.7 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 25 25 25 49.3 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.3 1010 1363 1968 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 2997 3508 4379 5210 6050 7508 8300 10363 4270 5280 6395 7190 8540 10600 298 404 584 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 585 810 1020 1255 1575 2070 2321 2597 3065 3285 3630 4070 4555 5453 2890 3365 3985 4195 4810 5670 ELKABEL 87 .4 52.4 3.5 3.4 5.0 3.0 56.6 2.7 2.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen with WB element ● Al foil ● PE sheath Construction data 2XSE(FL)2Y / (N)2XSE(FL)2Y.0 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 63.2 3.4 3.4 3.3 71. A2XSE(FL)2Y / (N)A2XSE(FL)2Y 6/10. and nominal cross sec.of insulaof cross section tion sheath tion of screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.8 2.2 75.THREE CORE Number of conductors Thickness Thickness Nominal Cable diameter approx.5 5. (N)2XSE(FL)2Y A2XS≈(FL)2Y. (N)A2XSE(FL)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .4 3.8 78. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 59.

according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.6/6 kV. 96kV kV max. 8. 24kV kV 6/10. n./ 250∞— /5 s max. 8. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 30kV kV 48kV. 12/20 kV 12kV. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .20∞— -30 to 50∞— Metal screen Separating layer Sheath Color according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores .1mm. electric power stations and industrial systems. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .5 min DC (=) .50*n*S core max. Layer of plastic tape PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. indoor installations.2XSY A2XSY MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 12/20 kV 15kV./ 6/10.6/6kV. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 88 ELKABEL . small and medium industrial plants.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. in cable ducts.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted.12/20 kV 6/10. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. conduits and shafts.7/15 kV.3. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.

of insulaof diameter section of inal cross section tion sheath approx.1 23.8 1.6 2.2 2.3 32.2 2.7 37.5 4.66 35.8 1.0 1.8 34.0 2.6 30.6 43.8 8.6/6.9 46.8 8.0 2.9 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.2 2.8 29.8 1.1 2.8 3.9 43.0 38.9 40.9 2.3 39.8 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 21.6/6 kV 1x35rm /16 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 8.1 28.8 1.1 27.7 37.9 1.5 4.5 26.5 2.5 4.9 28. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 48.0 22.5 2.5 2.3 2.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSY.1 2.2 2.8 8.8 1.0 2.8 8.5 2.5 2.8 8.9 1.0 3.5 2.0 26.5 4.0 39.4 1.8 1.5 4.3 33.3 2.5 8.Thickness Thickness Nominal Cable crossductors and nom.5 4.5 4.7 31.1 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 1.1 2. 20/35 kV Number of con.5 4.5 2.7/15 kV 1x35rm /16 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 20/35 kV 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 2. A2XSY 3.8 8.5 4.8 1.8 34.3 32.5 4.8 1.0 43.2 2.6 2.5 2.1 36.5 4.5 2.8 52.8 25.06 46.0 2.5 4.9 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 804 939 1166 1443 1696 1996 2368 2969 2080 2452 3053 3670 4635 5750 942 1083 1320 1619 1894 2192 2590 3199 2276 2674 3283 3877 4836 5943 1516 1776 2103 2401 2803 3229 3874 4501 5503 6662 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 581 638 732 840 938 1059 1198 1430 1143 1282 1514 1766 2206 2611 719 782 886 1016 1136 1255 1419 1660 1339 1503 1743 1973 2407 2803 1215 1342 1500 1643 1867 2058 2335 2597 3074 3523 ELKABEL 89 .8 8.9 25.2 4.6 30.8 8. 8. screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm 2XSY Mass of Cu approx.9 2.5 2.5 2.1 2.3 55.6 2.5 4.3 37.5 42.8 8.3 2. A2XSY Mass of Cu approx.4 2.7/15. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES kg/km 3.3 33.

1mm. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted.6/6 kV. 12/20 kV AC (≈) . electric power stations and industrial systems.20∞— Metal screen Separating layer Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 24kV kV Test voltage Uo/U 6/10. Layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to BDS904 20∞C (IEC60228) class 2 Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max. small and medium industrial plants.2XS2Y A2XS2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. indoor installations. 8. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 90 ELKABEL . min 15x D cable Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation no less than .7/15 kV.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 12/20 kV Uo/U. in cable ducts.3.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores ./ Short circuit temperature 250∞— /5 s max.15 min 48kV. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.50*n*S core max.6/6kV. no more than 12kV. 5 pC Bending radius. n. conduits and shafts./ 6/10. 8.12/20 kV Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage 6/10. 96kV kV Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo max. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 30kV kV DC (=) .5 min 15kV.

5 4.5 48.5 8.8 8.8 8.3 37.2 4.4 2.8 1.8 29.8 8.8 8.7 35.8 34.0 1.5 4.9 25.5 2.0 39.9 1.1 46.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS2Y.6 30.0 2.4 1.2 2.6 2.5 2.3 32. A2XS2Y 3.1 2.5 2.5 2.5 4.1 28.3 39.5 4.7/15kV 1x35rm /16 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 20/35 kV 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 2.5 4.9 2.6 30. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 4.5 4.5 2.8 52.9 2.5 4.1 2.8 34.0 43.3 2.9 28.2 2. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.8 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 21.5 2.9 2.0 3.7 31.0 26.5 42.0 22. section approx.5 4.3 55.8 25.9 40.8 1.3 2.3 33.2 2.1 2.5 2.5 4.6/6 kV 1x35rm /16 1x50rm /16 1x70rm /16 1x95rm /16 1x120rm /16 1x150rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 8.8 1.2 2.8 1.7 37.1 2.5 4.3 33.5 2.8 1.8 8.6 2. A2XS2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Mass of Al approx.0 2.5 2. kg/km N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm kg/km kg/km 3.2 2.5 2.8 8.9 46.9 43.1 27.8 8.6 43.0 38. approx.1 2.1 23.6 2.9 1.5 2.8 8.0 2.8 3.3 32.7 37. 7.0 2.5 4.5 4. 20/35 kV 2XS2Y Nominal Cable Number of ThicThicdiameconductors and kness of kness of crosster Mass of Mass of nominal cross insulation sheath section of Cu cable screen approx.8 8.9 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 754 886 1108 1381 1630 1922 2290 2879 2006 2374 2963 3567 4517 5609 881 1019 1251 1543 1809 2103 2491 3088 2187 2575 3172 3760 4703 5787 1416 1671 1987 2276 2673 3087 3719 4337 5321 6453 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 694 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 531 586 674 778 872 985 1120 1340 1069 1203 1424 1664 2088 2470 658 718 818 940 1052 1166 1321 1549 1250 1405 1633 1856 2274 2649 1115 1237 1384 1518 1737 1917 2180 2433 2892 3315 ELKABEL 91 .5 26.1 36.8 1.6/6.5 2.5/15.8 1.8 1.8 1.3 2.

over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. no more than 12kV.15 min 48kV./ Short circuit temperature 250∞— /5 s max.water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to BDS904 20∞C (IEC60228) class 2 Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max. 96kV kV Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo max. in cable ducts. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 92 ELKABEL . 30kV kV DC (=) .30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. Cable construction Construction Conductors Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502-2 —u and Al stranded compacted.water absorbing insulat ing tape -II option .3. 12/20 kV Uo/U. 5 pC Bending radius. 12/20 kV AC (≈) .7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. min 15x D cable Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation no less than . electric power stations and industrial systems.7/15 kV.50*n*S core max. -I option .6/6kV. small and medium industrial plants. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U U 3. 24kV kV Test voltage Uo/U 6/10. indoor installations. 8.2XS(F)2Y A2XS(F)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . n./ Nominal voltage Uo/U: 6/10.20∞— Water resisting element Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . conduits and shafts. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.12/20 kV Highest system voltage 6/10.6/6 kV.5 min 15kV. 8.1mm.

0 2.8 1.0 3.5 2. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 3.3 2.7 57.9 38.2 2.5 4.2 30.5 2.8 8. 8.2 27.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data2XS(F)2Y.5 2.3 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.8 8.5 2. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con.1 26.5 41.9 2.2 2.2 2.3 29.3 25.5 4.7/15kV 1x35 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150 rm /16 1x185rm /16 1ı240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 20/35 kV 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 2.2 4.3 45.8 1.9 1.3 2.4 45.0 44.0 2.5 4.5 34.6/6.8 8.5 4.9 32.1 2.1 2.8 8.8 8.9 36. A2XS(F)2Y 3.5 2.5 4.8 1.5 47.5 4.5 2.5 34.8 8.2 2.2 53.8 8. kg/km A2XS(F)2Y Mass of Cu approx.5 2.7 28.6/6 kV 1x35 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150 rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 8.7 50.5 4.5 4.of insulaof approx.9 38. kg/km Mass of Al approx.4 40.8 1.1 47.0 1.Thickness Thickness cross diameter secductors and nom.8 31.8 8.3 29.2 23.9 1.7 34.5 2.1 2.6 2.5 4. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.9 2.9 2.0 26.8 1.0 2.4 1.5 29.1 2.5 2.8 1.6 2.5 4.8 1. tion of inal cross section tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm 2XS(F)2Y Mass of Cu approx.8 1.6 2.5 4.5 4.5 8.8 3.7 43.4 41.8 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 22.5 37.7 34.4 2.5 4.2 35.1 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 796 930 1156 1432 1693 1980 2361 2958 2064 2445 3041 3653 4610 5699 931 1072 1317 1603 1873 2180 2563 3165 2264 2647 3249 3854 4804 5883 1488 1758 2068 2359 2773 3178 3815 4453 5445 6569 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 572 629 722 829 935 1044 1191 1418 1128 1275 1502 1749 2181 2560 708 771 883 1000 1116 1244 1392 1626 1328 1476 1710 1950 2375 2744 1188 1325 1465 1602 1836 2008 2276 2550 3016 3430 ELKABEL 93 .2 2.0 2.5 38.8 31.1 41.1 2.5 2.7/15.8 8.2 35.8 1.

12/20. 8.6/6 kV.5 min DC (=) .6/6. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 42kV. 5 pC / 2 pC 15x D cable no less than . 201kV max. min Temperature of laying According to IEC60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. in cable ducts. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels./ 6/10. Cable construction Construction Conductors Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502-2 —u and Al stranded compacted. 36kV 6/10. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 18/30kV 21kV. 12/20. 8.20∞— Water resisting element Radial protection from moisture ingress Al foil with copolymer layer -30 to 50∞— Temperature of exploitation according to IEC 60502-2 or Tests DIN VDE 0276620 Force of strain in laying N Al cores . They are suitable for use in distribution installations.30*n*S core Cu cores .7/15. 12/20. 24kV.water penetration in mm the region of metallic screen IEC 60502-2 annex F where: Sheath PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502-2 Black Color 94 ELKABEL .2XS(FL)2Y A2XS(FL)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . small and medium industrial plants. 63kV 67kV. 18/30 kV 12kV. . 18/30 kV 6/10. indoor installations. 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.50*n*S core max.7/15.1mm. 134kV.water absorbing powder Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. electric power stations and industrial systems.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius./ 250∞— /5 s max. N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in Tests . conduits and shafts.3.

2 35.8 1.4 45. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 3. A2XS(FL)2Y 3.9 2.5 4.8 8.8 8.1 2.0 44.5 4.5 2.0 1.1 41.of insulaof diameter tion of inal cross section tion sheath approx.9 2.5 2.5 34.3 29.8 1.5 4.0 2.8 1.8 31.2 2.5 4.1 2.2 2.3 45.1 26. kg/km A2XS(FL)2Y Mass of Cu approx.5 4.9 2.7 50.5 4.5 47.8 1.2 35.5 4.0 26.8 8.3 2.5 4.8 8.5 2.Cable ductors and nom. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 22.6 2.3 25.9 1.5 4.Thickness Thickness cross sec.0 2.4 2.2 2.8 8.9 38.7/15kV 1x35 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150 rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 20/35 kV 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 2.9 1.6/6.5 2.8 1.2 2.9 36.8 1.2 30.6/6 kV 1x35 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x70 rm /16 1x95 rm /16 1x120 rm /16 1x150 rm /16 1x185rm /16 1x240rm /16 1x150rm /25 1x185rm /25 1x240rm /25 1x300rm /25 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 8.5 2.2 2.7 43.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Al foil ● PE sheath Construction data 2XS(FL)2Y. kg/km Mass of cable approx.7 34.3 2.5 2.8 3. kg/km Mass of Al approx.3 29.1 2.5 2.0 3.7 34.7 57.7 28.5 4.5 37.5 8.2 23.0 2.5 2.4 1. screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.1 47.0 2.1 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1507 1842 2365 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 796 930 1156 1432 1693 1980 2361 2958 2064 2445 3041 3653 4610 5699 931 1072 1317 1603 1873 2180 2563 3165 2264 2647 3249 3854 4804 5883 1488 1758 2068 2359 2773 3178 3815 4453 5445 6569 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 572 629 722 829 935 1044 1191 1418 1128 1275 1502 1749 2181 2560 708 771 883 1000 1116 1244 1392 1626 1328 1476 1710 1950 2375 2744 1188 1325 1465 1602 1836 2008 2276 2550 3016 3430 ELKABEL 95 .5 38.5 4.5 2.2 53.6 2. 20/35 kV 2XS(FL)2Y Nominal Number of con.5 2.2 27.2 4.5 4.8 8.9 32.3 2.9 38.6 2.8 1.8 8.5 29.8 31.4 41.8 8.1 2.4 40.8 1.5 4.5 2.5 41.5 2.5 34. 8.1 2.8 1.8 8.7/15.

5 pC 15x D cable no less than . 96kV kV Metal screen Cable assembly Inner sheath Sheath Color max.THREE CORE Uo/U . no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . electric power stations and industrial systems.50*n*S core max. 20/35 kV Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. 12/20 kV 15kV. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.7/15 kV.3./ 250∞— /5 s max. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. n. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. conduits and shafts. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 96 ELKABEL ./ 6/10.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 8. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted.6/6 kV.2XS≈Y A2XS≈Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .5 min DC (=) .30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . 30kV kV 48kV. small and medium industrial plants. 12/20 kV 12kV.6/6kV.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 8. 24kV kV 6/10.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . in cable ducts. indoor installations.12/20 kV 6/10.1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.

6 2.7 3.5 3.8 2.3 67.5 2.0 57.0 3.2 70.8 4.3 79.6 84. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km 3.7 2.8 3.7/15 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 20/35 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 2.2 68.0 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 2609 3079 3904 4914 5784 6943 8268 10332 12497 3365 3883 4760 5844 6751 7978 9386 11502 13631 6077 7083 8284 9343 10724 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 404 584 809 1023 1257 1933 2168 2590 3087 3488 4105 4722 5668 6729 2689 2972 3446 4017 4456 5140 5840 6838 7863 5166 5769 6456 7054 7885 ELKABEL 97 .5 2.4 2.3 63. and nominal cross sec.8 8.5 8.6 56.1 60.5 2.7 78.5 4.7 87.2 3.5 2.7 2.8 8.5 3.5 4.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N x mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.5 4.8 3.5 4.8 2.6 83.5 2.2 48.5 4.3 79.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSEY.6/6.8 8.9 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 46.1 91.5 4.5 4.5 59.5 2.7/15.3 64.5 2.6/6 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 8.4 3.8 8. 20/35 kV 2XSEY Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.6 79.2 3.0 3.5 4.6 74.4 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .5 2.5 74. A2XSEY 3.6 2.5 2.8 53.9 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx. 8.5 2.6 75.THREE CORE A2XSEY Mass of Al approx.1 3.7 3.

small and medium industrial plants./ 250∞— /5 s max. in cable ducts.2XS≈2Y A2XS≈2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 96kV kV Metal screen Cable assembly Inner sheath Sheath Color max. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.50*n*S core max. 30kV kV 48kV.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. indoor installations. electric power stations and industrial systems.6/6 kV. 12/20 kV 12kV. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. n. 8.6/6kV.THREE CORE Uo/U . 24kV kV 6/10.1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound P≈ compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 8.5 min DC (=) . They are suitable for use in distribution installations.12/20 kV 6/10./ 6/10.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . conduits and shafts.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 98 ELKABEL . Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted. 12/20 kV 15kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .3. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape or extruded semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .7/15 kV.

5 4.8 4.7 2.0 3.6 2.3 79. kg/km Mass of cable approx.0 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 2552 3019 3838 4837 5699 6849 8165 10213 12361 3289 3803 4672 5743 6642 7858 9252 11354 13464 5948 6943 8129 9177 10546 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 404 584 809 1023 1257 1876 2108 2524 3010 3404 4012 4619 5549 6593 2613 2892 3358 3916 4347 5020 5706 6690 7697 5038 5629 6301 6888 7708 ELKABEL 99 .7 87.8 8.2 70.3 79.6 83.8 2.8 3.6 2.5 4.5 2.2 48.2 3.5 4. and nominal cross sec.5 2.5 3.8 2.7 2.5 2.7 3.4 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.1 91. 8.1 60.6 79.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● P≈ sheath Construction data 2XSE2Y.7 78.7/15.5 2. A2XSE2Y 3.5 4.5 2.5 8.6/6 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 3x300 rm /25 8.5 2.8 8.6 74.3 63.5 4.5 4.5 2.3 67.3 64.5 2.THREE CORE A2XSE2Y Mass of Al approx. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .8 3.1 3.0 57.6 84.8 53.6/6.6 75.8 8.5 4.7 3.2 68.2 3.5 4.0 3.6 56.4 3.5 2.5 74.7/15 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 3x300 rm /25 20/35 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 2.8 8.9 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 46.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.9 3. 20/35 kV 2XSE2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox. kg/km 3.5 3.5 59.4 2.

12/20 kV 15kV. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.7/15kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3./ 250∞— /5 s max. indoor installations.7/15kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 24kV kV 6/10. 30kV kV 48kV.LDPE PE compound .THREE CORE Uo/U . electric power stations and industrial systems. n. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes . Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 12/20 kV 12kV. conduits and shafts.20∞— Inner sheath Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. small and medium industrial plants.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 100 ELKABEL .6/6kV.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .HDPE Black Tests Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 96kV kV Water resisting element Cable assembly max. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .5 min DC (=) .2XS≈(F)2Y A2XS≈(F)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . 8.discret Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. in cable ducts.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.12/20 kV 6/10. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.1mm Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling and inner sheath-PE . 8.50*n*S core max.3.6/6 kV./ 6/10.

5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.THREE CORE Construction data 2XSE(F)2Y.6 2.6 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 50 50 44.5 2.5 2.9 68.7 2.0 54.5 2.2 46. kg/km Mass of cable approx.7/15 kV 3x120rm / 50 3x240 rm /50 2.5 2.1 3.5 2.6/6 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 8.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.2 61.1 3.5 2.4 65.6/6.5 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 3440 6980 2440 2950 3780 4785 5685 6725 8035 10165 6400 10765 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 1020 2070 1730 1970 2400 2865 3265 3740 4305 5255 3983 5850 ELKABEL 101 .5 4. 8.5 2.5 2.9 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen with WB element ● PE sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . kg/km 3.7/15kV 2XSE(F)2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.6 4.3 3. and nominal cross sec. kg/km A2XSE(F)2Y Mass of Al approx.8 69 82. A2XSE(F)2Y 3.3 71.8 2.9 51.5 2.

5 min DC ( ) . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. small and medium industrial plants.15 min Water resisting element Cable assembly Inner sheath Radial protection from Al foil with copolymer layer moisture ingress Sheath Color PE compound . indoor installations. electric power stations and industrial systems.filiers with water-blocking element Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Um.50*n*S core n. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502 —u and Al stranded compacted.number of cores andS-cross-section in mm 102 ELKABEL .THREE CORE Uo/U . are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. conduits and shafts. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC ( ) .discret Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.2XS≈(FL)2Y A2XS≈(FL)2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ./ 20/35 kV 20/35 kV 42 kV 20/35 kV 70 kV 224 kV semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes .30*n*S core Cu cores . according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max./ 250∞— /5 s max.20/35 kV ÔÓ ‡Ì‡Îӄˡ ̇ IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal and radial water-blocking elements. in cable ducts.HDPE Black Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. min Temperature of laying max.1mm Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling . where: -30 to 500— according to IEC 60502 Al cores . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— Temperature of exploitation Tests Force of strain in laying N max. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.

0 94.0 4.8 8.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen with WB element ● Al foil ● PE sheath Construction data 2XSE(FL)2Y.8 8.THREE CORE A2XSE(FL)2Y Mass of Al approx.8 3.8 8.6 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 5310 6980 5665 6730 7530 8775 10195 10334 12285 585 810 1025 1255 1575 1575 2070 4285 4810 5295 5785 6465 6595 7375 ELKABEL 103 . A2XSE(FL)2Y 20/35 kV 2XSE(FL)2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox. and nominal cross sec.7 3. kg/km 20/35 kV 3x70 rm /25 3x95 rm /25 3x120 rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /35 3x185 rm /50 3x240 rm /25 8.8 8.5 3.6 87.8 8.9 4.8 3.0 4.7 83. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . kg/km Mass of cable approx.1 94.0 79.2 90.8 8.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.2 25 25 25 25 35 50 25 49.

electric power stations and industrial systems. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option .6/10 kV. 12/20 kV 15kV.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 104 ELKABEL . 12/20 kV 12kV. small and medium industrial plants. 12/20 kV.5 min DC (=) . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.Cu wires laid concen trically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .Cu tapes laid with over lap over each phase -II option .2XSEYBY A2XSEYBY MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Uo/U . 96kV kV Inner sheatth Armour Sheath Color max. 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations./ 6/10. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen over each phase Metal screen Cable assembly according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. indoor installations.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels./ 250∞— /5 s max. 24kV kV 6/10. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . conduits and shafts. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . 12/20.12/20 kV 6/10. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. n. 30kV kV 48kV.50*n*S core max. 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. in cable ducts.

3 62.4 3.4 72.5 5. 12/20.9 3.0 3.5 76.0 83. .4 3. and nominal cross sec.3 3.8 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSEYBY Mass of Al approx.5 66.0 8.2 3.4 3.5 3.5 5.4 3.7 3. A2XSEYBY 6.4 3.4 51.6 3.5 5.7 78.2 58.4 3.6 2.1 3.0 2.0 87.5 5.7 61.7 2.4 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour st.9 2.7 90.4 3.4 5.5 69.5 8.3 3.0 8. 18/30 kV 2XSEYBY Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.5 2.4 3.0 8.0 55.0 59. tapes ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSEYBY.1 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.2 3.7 82.5 5.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N x mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.9 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 48.3 65.4 86.0 8.4 70.8 76.9 3.5 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 3639 4203 5117 6239 7178 8433 9831 12001 15023 4717 5286 6281 7433 8430 9756 12065 14364 6765 7852 9914 10996 12462 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 404 584 809 1023 1257 2963 3292 3803 4412 4882 5595 6285 7337 9255 4041 4376 4967 5606 6134 6918 8519 9700 5854 6538 8086 8701 9623 ELKABEL 105 .5 5.7 2.4 3.7 73.10. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 12/20 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 18/30 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3.5 5.3 83. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 3.

conduits and shafts.50*n*S core max. 12/20 kV 15kV./ 250∞— /5 s max. n.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 106 ELKABEL .Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option . 30kV kV 48kV. small and medium industrial plants.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Al cores .30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores ./ 6/10.2XSEYB2Y A2XSEYB2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Uo/U . 12/20 kV 12kV. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. in cable ducts. 24kV kV 6/10.6/10 kV. 12/20 kV. 96kV kV Inner sheatth Armour Sheath Color max.5 min DC (=) . 18/30kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U U 6/10kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .Cu wires laid concen trically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.12/20 kV 6/10. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen over each phase Metal screen Cable assembly according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. indoor installations. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20kV Ë 18/30 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. electric power stations and industrial systems. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option .

4 3.5 66.0 3.7 2.5 3.5 2.5 76.0 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 48.9 3.0 80.4 3.8 4.2 3.6 2.6 3. A2XSEYB2Y 6/10.0 8.0 71.0 64.2 3.2 3.4 5.0 8.4 3.0 92.7 3.5 5.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.4 3.3 3.2 83.5 87.5 5.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.3 83.0 59. 12/20.7 3. 18/30 kV 2XSEYB2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox. kg/km Mass of cable approx.3 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 3579 4137 5043 6153 7085 8330 9718 11871 14868 4149 4733 5668 6792 7800 8916 11123 13404 5583 6220 7226 8424 9497 10672 13075 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2903 3226 3729 4327 4782 5492 6172 7207 9101 3437 3773 4284 4869 5384 5928 7391 8494 4871 5261 5842 6501 7080 7684 9343 ELKABEL 107 .4 3.2 60.1 3.5 8.7 2.2 57.5 5.3 62.0 68.4 3.5 5.4 3.0 8.4 70.5 5.9 3. tapes ● PE sheath Construction data 2XSEYB2Y.8 2.0 8. and nominal cross sec. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSEYB2Y Mass of Al approx.5 72.4 51.5 76.0 55.4 3.0 8. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 12/20 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3x240 rm /25 18/30 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120 rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185 rm /25 3.4 3.5 5.0 3.0 8.4 3.0 85.5 5.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour st.0 2.1 80.5 75.5 69.3 3.

PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 For type 2Y ./ 250∞— /5 s max. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 12/20. 12/20 kV 15kV.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .LDPE two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes For type 2Y.red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.1mm Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling and inner sheath-PE ./ 6/10.5 min DC (=) . n.50*n*S core max.black For type Y .2XSE(F)2YB2Y / 2XSE(F)2YBY A2XSE(F)2YB2Y/ A2XSE(F)2YBY Uo/U . They are suitable for use in distribution installations. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen over each phase according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes . conduits and shafts. 30kV kV 48kV. small and medium industrial plants. 12/20 kV IEC 60502-2 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements . 24kV kV 6/10.20∞— Inner sheatth / bedding / Armour Sheath -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Color Al cores .6/10. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 12/20kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.PE compound HDPE For type Y. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20 kV 12kV.12/20 kV 6/10. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 108 ELKABEL . electric power stations and industrial systems.discret Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. in cable ducts. indoor installations. 96kV kV Water resisting element Cable assembly max.

5 53.8 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 53.7 2.2 3.0 75.9 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour St.0 3.5 5.1 3.5 5.4 3.0 55.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 59.9 3.5 74.5 5.5 80.4 3.9 3.4 3.5 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 6980 3635 4190 5090 6100 7215 8330 9780 11995 4430 5040 5975 7125 8190 9330 10805 13070 3850 4425 5355 6380 7540 8685 10160 12435 4710 5330 6300 7480 8580 9750 11260 13575 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 295 405 585 805 1020 1255 1575 2070 2920 3240 3710 4175 4800 5340 6040 7085 3720 4085 4595 5195 5770 6340 7070 8160 3135 3470 3975 4455 5120 5690 6425 7525 3995 4375 4920 5555 6160 6760 7525 8670 ELKABEL 109 . 12/20kV 2XSE(F)2YB2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.0 82.0 70.0 75.6 3.4 5.1 3.4 3.5 62.4 3.5 5.4 3.5 67.4 3.4 3.5 5.5 3. tapes ● PE orPVC sheat Construction data 2XSE(F)2YB2Y.0 61.6 2.4 5.1 3.4 3.4 3.0 82.0 63.5 3.5 5.0 61.4 3.0 78.9 2.4 3.0 3.5 3.5 74. A2XSE(F)2YB2Y 6/10. kg/km Mass of cable approx.2 3.5 5. kg/km Mass of cable approx.3 3.4 3.5 80.5 67.5 5.0 87.9 3.5 5.8 2.0 55.5 59.4 3.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.0 71.5 67.0 71.4 3.5 5.0 63.0 87.7 2.0 70.5 5.4 3.5 67.1 3.6 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSE(F)2YB2Y Mass of Al approx.0 78.7 2.5 62. kg/km 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 12/20 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 6/10 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 12/20 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3. and nominal cross sec.4 3.4 3.9 2.5 5.3 3.6 2.7 2.

3. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option . Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen over each phase Metal screen Cable assembly according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted. 12/20 kV 15kV. in cable ducts. 24kV kV 6/10.20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Inner sheatth Armour Sheath Color Al cores . 12/20 kV 12kV. n. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 8.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.Cu wires laid concen trically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. indoor installations. small and medium industrial plants. 96kV kV max. 8. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .12/20 kV 6/10./ 6/10. 30kV kV 48kV.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.50*n*S core max.6/6 kV.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option . electric power stations and industrial systems./ 250∞— /5 s max.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 110 ELKABEL .2XSEYBY A2XSEYBY MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Uo/U . 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. conduits and shafts.7/15 kV. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .6/6kV.5 min DC (=) .

8 87.7 3.2 72. kg/km 3.5 2.1 72.8 3.5 2.7/15 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 20/35 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 2.8 3.0 76.5 2.6 3.2 77.5 4.5 2. 8.3 62.5 60.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 94.8 2.1 66.7 2.5 3.4 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 3270 3782 4696 5749 6716 7920 9314 11481 13751 4210 4767 5714 6867 7827 9121 10562 13620 7316 8388 10471 11626 13106 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 404 584 809 1023 1257 2594 2871 3382 39218 4420 5081 5768 6817 7983 3534 3856 4400 5040 5532 6283 7016 8956 6405 7073 8644 9331 10268 ELKABEL 111 .5 8.4 3.8 8. A2XSEYBY 3.5 4.7/15.2 3.6 64.8 54.5 4.1 3.0 3.3 3.1 3.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N x mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.5 4.8 8.5 2.3 46.7 2.6/6. and nominal cross sec.5 2.6 2.9 68.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour st.5 2.5 2.3 3.7 50.9 3. 20/35 kV 2XSEYBY Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 54.6/6 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 8.8 4.0 83.5 4.0 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 44.8 58.5 4.5 2.8 81.5 4.8 2.9 4.6 2.8 8. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSEYBY Mass of Al approx.1 90.0 56.4 78.8 8. tapes ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XSEYBY.

7/15 kV. 30kV kV 48kV.Cu wires laid concen trically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .6/6 kV. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option .5 min DC (=) . in cable ducts.12/20 kV 6/10. 8.7/15kV Ë 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 112 ELKABEL . 8. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.50*n*S core max.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option .20∞— -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Inner sheatth Armour Sheath Color Al cores . 12/20 kV 12kV. 12/20 kV 15kV.6/6kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . conduits and shafts. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen over each phase Metal screen Cable assembly according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 20/35 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. 96kV kV max. indoor installations.3. electric power stations and industrial systems.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . n./ 250∞— /5 s max. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 24kV kV 6/10. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. small and medium industrial plants.2XSEYB2Y A2XSEYB2Y MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Uo/U ./ 6/10.

3 46.5 2.5 60.6/6.5 2.5 4. kg/km 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.6 2.0 83.1 72.3 62.9 3.0 76.5 8.8 2.8 8. and nominal cross sec.5 4.9 68.5 4.8 81.0 3.1 3. A2XSEYB2Y 3.7 2.9 4.5 2.1 90.7 3.6/6 kV 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 3x300rm /25 8.8 87.6 64. kg/km Mass of cable approx.6 2.8 3.1 3.7 2.8 8.8 54.1 66.5 2.2 72.5 4.0 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 44.8 4.8 54. 8.5 4.8 3.5 4. 20/35 kV 2XSEYB2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.7/15 Kv 3x35 rm /16 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3x240rm /25 20/30 kV 3x50 rm /16 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /16 3x150rm /25 2.0 56.5 2.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour st.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.3 3. tapes ● PE sheath Construction data 2’SEYB2Y.6 3.7 50.4 3.8 8.8 8.2 3.5 2.3 3.5 94.7/15.5 2.5 2.5 3. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSEYB2Y Mass of Al approx.5 4.2 77.5 2.8 2.5 2.4 78.4 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 3215 3724 4630 5675 6635 7827 9211 11361 13612 4137 4688 5626 6766 7718 9002 10432 13465 7179 8240 10304 11448 12916 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 404 584 809 1023 1257 2539 2813 3316 3854 4338 4987 5665 6697 7845 3461 3777 4312 4939 5423 6164 6886 8802 6268 6925 8478 9153 10078 ELKABEL 113 .8 58.

8. 30kV kV 48kV.are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. 96kV kV Metal screen over Cu wires concentrically laid and each phase contact of Cu tape with thickness one of 0.red max. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.2XSE(F)2YB2Y/ 2XSE(F)2YBY A2XSE(F)2YB2Y/ A2XSE(F)2YBY Uo/U ./ 250∞— /5 s max. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .5 min DC (=) . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.discret Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.3.50*n*S core max. electric power stations and industrial systems.PE compound HDPE For type Y. n. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes .6/6. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 12/20 kV 15kV.6/6.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 114 ELKABEL ./ 6/10.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . 12/20 kV 12kV. indoor installations. conduits and shafts.1mm Water resisting element Cable assembly Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Three insulated and screened phases with longitudinal waterblocking element are twisted in three core cable Filling and inner sheath-PE .black For type Y .20∞— Inner sheatth / bedding / Armour Sheath -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 or DIN VDE 0276-620 Color Al cores . 8.7/15 kV IEC 60502-2 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements .LDPE two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes For type 2Y. 24kV kV 6/10. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. in cable ducts.7/15 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted. small and medium industrial plants.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 For type 2Y .12/20 kV 6/10. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.

6/6.5 66.5 2.3 3.5 2.9 3.5 4.7/15 kV 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 3.7 2.7/15 kV 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 2.5 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 25 25 25 55.1 3.1 3.of insulaof tion of tion tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.5 4.5 4.0 3.5 75.0 58. 8.2 3.0 65.5 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 1965 2730 3440 4245 5310 4690 5705 6770 7865 9280 5615 6610 7750 8915 10385 4920 5965 7055 8175 9630 5920 6220 8120 9310 10820 585 805 1020 1255 1575 585 805 1020 1255 1575 585 805 1020 1255 1575 585 805 1020 1255 1575 3310 3780 4350 4875 5545 4235 4680 5335 5925 6650 3540 4040 4640 5190 5895 4540 4990 5700 6320 7085 ELKABEL 115 .9 3. tapes ● PE orPVC sheat Construction data 2XSE(F)2YB2Y.5 4.7/15kV 2XSE(F)2YB2Y Nominal Cable diameter Number of conductors Thickness Thickness cross secapprox.5 72.5 2.5 2.5 2.2 3.7 2.5 4.5 55.0 65.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour St.0 67.5 72.5 4.4 3.5 2.5 4.5 4.0 70.5 4.5 4. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE A2XSE(F)2YB2Y Mass of Al approx.0 70.5 2.5 79.0 3.5 2.0 58. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km Mass of cable approx.6/6 kV 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 8.5 66.0 3. A2XSE(F)2YB2Y 3.5 75.5 62.0 3. kg/km 3.5 62.5 2.5 2.0 67.0 3. and nominal cross sec.3 3.0 3.5 2.5 79.6/6 kV 3x70 rm /16 3x95 rm /16 3x120rm /25 3x150rm /25 3x185rm /25 8.4 3.

in stony wooden areas.5 min DC (=) .water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 black St rope with insulation Constructions twisted into a bundle include: .regions where is not allowed cutting of trees for openings of overhead lines./ 12/20 kV 12/20kV 24kV 12/20kV 42kV 134kV Waterresisting element Sheath Color Supporting insulated Strope Cable lay up TRIPLEX Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.12/20 kV IEC 60502-2 Application The cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power wite nominal voltage Uo/U 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks. -in all cases when laying of cables in the ground and construction of overhead lines is hampered and effective overhead cabling can be proved. min Temperature of laying max. .in boggy terrains where digging of a ditch is difficult and expensive.in coastal and highly polluted industrial areas in atmosphere as well as in ground. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Waterresisting element Metal screen According to IEC 60502-2 Al stranded compacted.water absorbing insu lating tape -II option . 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .15 min According to IEC60228 class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.20∞— Temperature of exploitation Tests -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60502-2 116 ELKABEL . no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) ./ 250∞— /5 s max.A2XS(F)2YT A2XS2YT MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES FOR OVERHEAD LINES Uo/U . The cables can be installed in air hanger on supporting element included in the bundle of three phases.1mm. according to IEC 60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. . -I option .3-phase and supporting insulated St rope Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. . They are recommended in: .

5 2. A2XS(F)2YT 12/20 kV Mass of Al approx.5 2.5 5. kg/km Nominal Diameter of bunThickness of Thickness of cross section dle insulation sheath of screen approx. 2 mm mm mm mm 3ı(1ı50rm/16)+50St 3ı(1ı70rm/16)+50St 3ı(1ı120rm/16)+50St 5.5 16 16 16 63 69 76 390 570 990 3282 3624 4025 * Water blocking element is aveilable in cables type A2XS(F)2YT ELKABEL 117 .5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 5.Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath ● Supporting St rope MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE Construction data Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 A2XS2YT.

17. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. small and medium industrial plants.Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC Uo/U .12. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BS 6622 —u or Al stranded compacted.35/11.6/6. 8. 35kV.5kV.7/15 kV.5 ÍV. min Bending radius adjacent to joints or terminations. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 25.8.5kV.type 9 ¿l wires laid concentrically PVC compound . according to BS 6360 (IEC60228 class 2 ) semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu tapes laid with overlap PVC compound . 38kV χı 10pC 15x D cable 12x D cable no less than 0∞— . 12.15 min Level of partial discharge at : According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 19/33 kV BS 6622 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements .7/22.5 kV. 36 kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen Separating layer Armour Sheath Color 25. 12.2 black or red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.7/15 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.30*n*S core Cu cores . 19/33 kV 12kV ./ 250∞— /5 s max. 8. conduits and shafts. n-number of cores and S-cross section of cores in mm 118 ELKABEL .6. in cable ducts. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.35/11 kV.7/15. 24 kV. 17. electric power stations and industrial systems.7/22 kV.are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.50*n*S core max.30 to 50∞— Bending radius. indoor installations./ 6. 76kV 51kV. min Temperature of laying Ambient temperatures Force of strain in laying N Al cores .type 9 to BS 6755-4.5kV.

6 32.4 36.0 2.2 2.1 39.2 41.4 3.5 2.5 34.0 2.5 1.5 4.0 2.6 39.0 2.Thickness approx.8 48.2 50.9 1.5 4.2 2.4 29.5 5.4 3.5 5.5 4.4 2.5 4.5 1. kg/km Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/ AWA/PVC Mass of Al approx.0 41.6 2.1 2.5 4.6 2.0 8.0 2.0 2. section insulation for armor of sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu/XLPE/CTS/ PVC/AWA/PVC Mass of Cu approx.7/15 kV 1x50 rm 1x70 rm 1x95 rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 12.4 44.0 2.0 8.5 2.5 2.0 2. 8.0 2.0 8.5 4.7 37.8 1.0 8.0 1.8 43.2 2. kg/km N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm 6.7 39.5 2.2 2.5 2.5 1.0 2.4 3.35/11 kV.5 5.8 38.0 8.9 56.6 2.5 60.6 47.1 2.5 5.7 43.3 2.9 2.4 3.0 8.3 52.7/15 kV.6 2.3 2.0 8.0 2.6 49. kg/km Mass of cable approx.9 36.0 2.2 53.0 2.5 5.6 1.1 2.12.0 8.0 8.5 2.6 1.5 4.3 41.5 2.0 2.5 5.0 2.9 32.2 34.2 46.5 5.2 2.3 37.4 4. kg/km Cable mass approx.4 2.0 2.2 51.6 2.0 2.4 2.6 2.0 2.7/22 kV 1x50 rm 1x70 rm 1x95 rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 19 / 33 kV 1x50 rm 1x70 rm 1x95 rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 3.8 41.6 1.0 47.3 2. 19/33 kV Diameter Number of conductors Thickness of Cable diameter and nominal cross of Al wires .0 34.2 2.8 27.8 32.1 2.0 43.9 2.5 2.5 4.5 2.5 5.1 2.2 29.9 1.4 3.3 2.4 3.4 3.1 35.2 30.2 2.0 2.5 2.4 3.9 50.5 5.5 1.0 2.5 2.0 2.4 3.0 2.0 2.5 4.0 2.0 2.1 2.Cu or Al cores ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath ● Armour Al wires ● PVC sheath Construction data Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/AWA/PVC 6.7/22 kV.0 2.3 2.5 2.7 2.5 5.35/11 kV 1x50 rm 1x70 rm 1x95 rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm 8.1 425 615 855 1080 1330 1665 2190 2715 3475 4445 425 615 855 1080 1330 1665 2190 2715 3475 4445 425 615 855 1080 1330 1665 2190 2715 3475 4445 425 615 855 1080 1330 1665 2190 2715 3475 4445 1265 1550 1850 2160 2600 3000 3660 4310 5245 6585 1405 1750 2100 2415 2740 3190 3855 4510 5650 6830 1545 1900 2255 2555 2905 3340 4045 4880 5850 7065 2060 2350 2720 3035 3565 4045 4755 5480 6605 7715 355 435 520 605 770 895 1085 1280 1530 2080 375 5515 615 695 790 915 1140 1285 1700 2085 340 550 645 730 825 955 1135 1470 1745 2145 545 620 710 795 1025 1165 1365 1560 1820 2170 970 1115 1265 1415 1655 1845 2140 2425 2835 3555 1110 1320 1500 1655 1800 2020 2360 2605 3220 3760 1250 1475 1660 1805 1980 2185 2520 3015 3440 4035 1765 1925 2125 2285 2640 2890 3230 3590 4095 4685 ELKABEL 119 .2 39.5 8.0 2.

The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels./ 3. 24.50*n*S core max. 10x D cable min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation no less than 0∞— -30 to 50∞— Al cores . in cable ducts.6.5.type 9 to BS 6755-4.5. according to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) class 2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. 25. 76ÍV Inner semiconductive layer: semi-conductive XLPE compound Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen over each phase XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option .8/6.35/11.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option . S-cross section of cores in n-number of cores and mm 120 ELKABEL . 38 ÍV max.3.Cu wires laid concen trically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound .6 kV.35/11 kV. 19/33 7.5. conduits and shafts. laid concentrically PVC compound . 8. 17.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores . small and medium industrial plants.2 black Cable assembly 12. 36 15.7/15. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) .7/22.8/6.7/15 kV. 19/33 kV BS 6622 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements .are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.7/22 kV. 17.5. 8. 25.7/15 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.type 9 Galvanized steel wires.5.5. 6.12. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 10pC 12x D cable Separating layer Armour Sheath Color Bending radius adjacent to joints or terminations. 35. indoor installations. electric power stations and industrial systems.6/6.2. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BS 6622 —u or Al stranded compacted. 12. 8. 6. 12. 51. min 7. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC Uo/U ./ 250∞— /5 s max.15 min Level of partial discharge at kV Bending radius. According to BS 6360 (IEC228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.

5 49.5 5.0 70.6 2.5 4.4 3.4 3.0 62.5 2.7 2.5 2.7/15 kV 3x35 rm 3x50 rm 3x70 rm 3x95 rm 12. kg/km Mass of cable approx.9 3.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2. kg/km 3.5 2.4 3.0 57.5 3.5 5. section insulation St for armor N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu/XLPE/CTS/ PVC/SWA/PVC Mass of Cu approx.0 60.5 4.7/15 kV.0 65.5 2.8/6.0 2.5 3.2 3.5 3.12.5 2.7 2.7/22 kV 3x50 rm 3x70 rm 3x95 rm 3x120rm 3x150rm 19 / 33 kV 3x50rm 3x70 rm 3x95 rm 2.4 75.0 8.15 2.9 2.6 2.6 54.15 3.7 59.5 5.4 2.5 83.3 3.4 56.8 78.5 2.35/11 kV 3x35 rm 3x50 rm 3x70 rm 3x95 rm 3x120rm 8.0 3.2 74.1 62.5 2.6 kV.5 2.3 61.15 3.5 2.5 2.0 2.5 2.7 2.15 3.8/6.4 3.5 2.0 47.9 3.4 3.8 2.5 4.3 2.4 3. kg/km Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/ SWA/PVC Mass of Al approx.5 1010 1360 1965 2730 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 1360 1965 2730 5365 5920 6770 7835 6355 7265 8400 10765 11890 9020 9940 11095 295 405 585 810 405 585 810 1020 1255 405 585 810 4650 4965 5390 5915 5400 5885 6480 8345 8900 8035 8560 9180 ELKABEL 121 .5 2.8 3.8 2.Cu or Al cores ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath ● Armour Al wires ● PVC sheath Construction data Cu/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC Al/XLPE/CTS/PVC/SWA/PVC 3.7/22 kV.0 2.5 2.6 kV 3x35 rm 3x50 rm 3x70 rm 3x95 rm 3x120rm 3x150rm 6.5 2.5 2.7 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 4245 1010 1360 1965 2730 3440 3580 4850 5825 7025 7995 9010 4770 5390 6470 7425 8415 295 405 585 810 1020 1255 295 405 585 810 1020 2865 3890 4445 5105 5575 6020 4055 4435 5090 5505 5995 4.5 8.15 3.5 2.35/11 kV. 8.5 52.5 2.0 8.8 79. 6.of sheath approx. 19/33 kV Number of conductors Thickness Diameter of Thickness Cable diameter and nominal cross of wires .5 2.7 51.5 2.1 66.4 55. kg/km Cable mass approx.5 5.0 44.1 63.

in cable ducts. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.6. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests 12kV 36kV Separating layer Sheath 25.35/11 and 19/33 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. small and medium industrial plants. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. where: max. indoor installations. n.10 —u and Al stranded compacted.35/11 kV. 19/33 kV BS 7870-4. 10 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— according to BS 7870-4.Black Highest system voltage Uo/U.1mm. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) .4kV 76kV max./ 6.number of cores and -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 122 ELKABEL .15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius./ 250∞— /5 s max. conduits and shafts. electric power stations and industrial systems.10 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6.35/11kV 19/33kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen XLPE compound Nominal voltage Uo/U: semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and BS 6360 semi-conductive XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature According to IEC60228 class 2 and BS 6360 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. Layer of plastic tape PE compound type MDPE according to BS 7870 For 11kV .Red For 33kV . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BS 7870-4.Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE Al/XLPE/CWS/PE Uo/U .30*n*S core Cu cores .50*n*S core Force of strain in laying N .10 Color Al cores .

6 41. kg/km kg/km 6.2 38.6 39 41.4 2.9 1.7 27 29 32.4 3.6 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 36.8 1.0 8.9 2.5 47.1 43 44.35/11 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE 1x240rm /35 1x300rm /35 1x400rm /35 1x500 rm /35 Al/XLPE/CWS/PE 1x70rm /35 1x95rm /35 1x150rm /35 1x185rm /35 1x240rm/35 1x300rm /35 19/33 kV 1x120rm /35 1x150rm /35 1x185rm /35 1x240rm /35 1x300rm /35 1x400rm /35 1x500rm /35 3.1 2.0 53.2 34 36.5 50.6 39.2 2. 19/33 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE Al/XLPE/CWS/PE MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.7 1.4 45.0 2. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 55.2 2. Mass of cable approx.4 3.1 2.35/11.2 42.6 41.2 2.4 3.4 3.1 2.1 42.4 3.0 8.3 2.9 51.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data and Al/XLPE/CWS/PE 6.9 32 33.0 8.0 8.6 39.3 56.0 8.0 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.4 3.5 2.3 1.6 36.9 45.4 3.0 36.5 27 28.2 38.4 3.4 8.0 2.8 47.5 2548 3078 3835 4805 1443 1693 2028 2548 3078 3835 4805 3268 3868 4717 5792 2400 2700 3100 3725 4345 5290 6410 190 260 405 510 665 830 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 999 1134 1410 1511 1743 1983 1640 1770 1945 2205 2460 2880 4375 ELKABEL 123 . tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.1 44.0 8. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.

are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6. 19/33 kV 12kV.number of cores and -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 124 ELKABEL .6./ 6. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to BS 7870-4. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and BS 6360 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.35/11 kV.35/11kV 19/33kV 6.Black Al cores .35/11 and 19/33 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. where: max.TRIPLEX Al/XLPE/CWS/PE .TRIPLEX Uo/U .Red For 33kV . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 36kV 6.10 —u and Al stranded compacted. indoor installations.35/11.35/11. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. in cable ducts. 19/33kV 25./ 250∞— /5 s max.10 Separating layer Sheath Factory bundled three single-core cables in TRIPLEX factory bindled in TRIPLEX Color For 11kV . conduits and shafts. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE . Layer of plastic tape PE compound type MDPE according to BS 7870 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.30*n*S core Cu cores .4kV.10 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The three single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) factory bindled in TRIPLEX.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) . electric power stations and industrial systems. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to IEC60228 class 2 and BS 6360 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.1mm. n. 76kV max. small and medium industrial plants.50*n*S core Force of strain in laying N . 10 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— according to BS 7870-4. 19/33 kV BS 7870-4.

4 3x(1x240rm/35) 3. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.5 63. kg/km kg/km 6. kg/km Mass of Al approx.2 73.TRIPLEX 3.8 1.0 8.4 78.TRIPLEX Al/XLPE/CWS/PE . Mass of cable approx. kg/km Mass of cable approx.1 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 78.0 3x(1x240rm /35) 3.0 70.35/11 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE .4 3x(1x300rm /35) 19/33 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE . 19/33 kV Al/XLPE/CWS/PE Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.35/11.3 58.2 83.2 2.9 2.TRIPLEX Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE.0 62.TRIPLEX 3x(1x120rm /35) 3x(1x150rm /35) 3x(1x185rm /35) 8.1 2.0 84.7 1.1 72.0 2.9 1.TRIPLEX 6.1 3x(1x300rm /35) Al/XLPE/CWS/PE .0 8.4 3x(1x185rm /35) 3.2 79.1 84.5 58.2 1.4 3x(1x95rm /35) 3.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data and Al/XLPE/CWS/PE.TRIPLEX 3.1 43 96. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.4 69.7 41.4 3x(1x150rm /35) 3.1 83.4 2.7 4329 5079 6084 7200 8100 9300 990 1215 1530 1024 1024 1024 4920 5310 5835 ELKABEL 125 .4 80.6 41.2 92.2 7603 9181 9505 11277 570 780 1215 1530 1995 2490 - - 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024 2812 3165 3822 4258 4922 5610 35 35 35 39.4 3x(1x70rm /35) 3.0 2.4 2.

conduits and shafts./ 250∞— /5 s max.Black Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.6.4kV.Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb Al/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb Uo/U .10 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6. where: max. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests Water resisting element Sheath Color Al cores .35/11. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BS 7870-4.10 Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type MDPE according to BS 7870 For 11kV . -I option . 19/33 kV BS 7870 . They are suitable for use in distribution installations. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) . indoor installations.Red For 33kV . n. in cable ducts.water absorbing insulating tape -II option .number of cores and -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 126 ELKABEL .35/11 and 19/33 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.30*n*S core Cu cores .1mm.35/11kV 19/33kV 6. 36kV 6. 19/33 kV 12kV. 19/33kV 25./ 6. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 76kV max. according to IEC 60228 class 2 and BS 6360 semi-conductive XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature According to IEC60228 class 2 and BS 6360 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.50*n*S core Force of strain in laying N .35/11 kV.10 —u and Al stranded compacted. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.4. electric power stations and industrial systems. 10 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— according to BS 7870-4.35/11. small and medium industrial plants.

5 47.8 1.4 1x70rm /35 3.0 1x400rm /35 8.9 51.5 2.7 27 29 32.4 1x300rm /35 3.8 47.0 1x240rm /35 8.9 2.7 1.2 2. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.3 1.0 53.6 41.6 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 39.1 44.9 32 33.6 41.5 50.0 1x150rm /35 8.2 2.1 42.2 38. kg/km Mass of Al approx.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data and Al/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb 6.4 1x500 rm /35 Al/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.1 43 44.1 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 36.1 2.0 41.0 1x500rm /35 2.4 1x240rm/35 3. Mass of cable approx.5 55.0 1x120rm /35 8.35/11.5 27 28.2 34 36.0 1x300rm /35 8.3 2.1 2.2 38.6 39.0 1x185rm /35 8.6 36.4 1x400rm /35 3.35/11 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb 3.6 36.4 45.3 56.5 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 1664 1810 1986 2236 2501 2922 3418 ELKABEL 127 .6 39 2548 3078 3835 4805 1443 1693 2028 2548 3078 3835 4805 3298 3910 4760 5820 2414 2730 3130 3756 4399 5334 6450 - - - 190 260 405 510 665 830 363 363 363 363 363 363 1015 1164 1440 1551 1793 2020 2.0 2.4 1x240rm /35 3.4 1x300rm /35 19/33 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb Al/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb 8. 19/33 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE Al/XLPE/CWS/PE MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx. kg/km kg/km 6.4 1x150rm /35 3.9 45.9 1.2 2.4 1x95rm /35 3.2 42.0 2.4 1x185rm /35 3.4 2.

35/11 and 19/33 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. in cable ducts./ 6. indoor installations. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) .1mm. -I option . 19/33kV 25. Cable construction Construction Conductor with water resisting According to BS 7870-4.CuwXLPE/CWS/PE-wb AlwXLPE/CWS/PE-wb Uo/U .Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.4kV.10 —u and Al stranded compacted.Red For 33kV . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to IEC60228 class 2 and BS 6360 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. electric power stations and industrial systems.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. n.35/11.water absorbing insulating tape PE compound type MDPE according to BS 7870 For 11kV . conduits and shafts. element according to IEC 60228 class 2 and BS 6360 with water powder absorbing semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.4.30*n*S core Cu cores . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 36kV 6.35/11 kV.10 Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Sheath Color Al cores .35/11kV 19/33kV 6. small and medium industrial plants. where: max.6.50*n*S core Force of strain in laying N . 19/33 kV BS 7870 . 10 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— according to BS 7870-4. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 19/33 kV 12kV.number of cores and -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 128 ELKABEL .10 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6. 76kV max./ 250∞— /5 s max.35/11.

4 1x240rm /35 3.6 36.4 1x70rm /35 3.6 36.4 1x150rm /35 3.4 1x240rm/35 3.5 2.0 1x120rm /35 8.7 1.7 27 29 32.8 47.4 2.1 43 44.5 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 363 363 363 363 363 363 363 1668 1815 1990 2247 2515 2945 3444 ELKABEL 129 .35/11 kV Cuw/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb 3.4 1x500 rm /35 Alw/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb 3.6 39.9 1.2 38.35/11.1 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 36.0 1x185rm /35 8.2 38.9 51.8 1. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km kg/km 6.1 2.5 27 28.4 45.2 2.4 1x400rm /35 3.3 56.2 2. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen max min N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm Mass of Cu approx.0 2.3 1.2 42.9 2.4 1x185rm /35 3.9 45.Cu or Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data and Alw/XLPE/CWS/PE-wb 6.0 1x300rm /35 8.4 1x300rm /35 3.6 41.9 32 33.0 1x400rm /35 8.2 34 36.6 41.0 1x240rm /35 8.3 2.0 41.1 2.5 50.4 1x95rm /35 3.0 53. 19/33 kV Cu/XLPE/CWS/PE Al/XLPE/CWS/PE MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES CuwXLPE/CWS/PE-wb Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.6 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 39. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.0 2.4 1x300rm /35 19/33 kV Cuw/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb Alw/XLPE/CWS/PE -wb 8.6 39 2548 3078 3835 4805 1443 1693 2028 2548 3078 3835 4805 3310 3925 4780 5845 2417 2735 3141 3767 4399 5367 6476 - 190 260 405 510 665 830 363 363 363 363 363 363 1020 1170 1445 1560 1805 2035 2.0 1x150rm /35 8. kg/km Mass of Al approx.1 42.5 47.5 55.1 44.2 2. Mass of cable approx.0 1x500rm /35 2.

PVC compound flame retardant black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Short circuit temperature NBN C 33-121 (IEC60228) class 2 70∞— continuous operation 160∞— /5 s max. pipes. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to NBN C 33-121 —u stranded compacted circular and sector. trenches. in cable ducts.EVAVB EVAVB-F2 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U 3.6/6kV 6600V at 20∞—-min5. For cable EVAVB the sheath is PVC compound and for cable EVAVB .6/6 kV NBN C 33-121 and modifications No 1 and 2 Application The three-core cables with insulation of polyvinylchloride (PVC) .armored type are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power in networks with voltage of 6000 V and in industrial plants. according to NBN C 33-121 (IEC60228 class 2) PVC compound three insulated phases are twisted with fillings and tape support polymer material of the two steel tapes underneath the tapes for improving the permeability are laid Cu wires for EVAVB -PVC compound for EVAVB . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. for underground laying. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardant 20x D cable no less than 0∞— -15 to 70∞— According to NBN C 30-004 category F2 Color 130 ELKABEL . shafts over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch./ 3.F2 .5*1013 Ωcm at 60∞—-min1*1011 Ωcm Insulation Cable assembly Inner sheath Armour-screen Nominal voltage Uo/U: Maximum voltage no more than Insulated volume resistance Outer sheath Test voltage Between cores and between AC (≈) .F2 .20 min cores and screen (armor) 13kV Bending radius.PVC compound flame retardant . conduits.

1 61.4 49.5 52. EVAVB-F2 3.15 1.2 2.2 3.00 0.8 3. kg/km N ı mm2 mm mm Ωkm 1. EVAVB-F2 Max.st.5 0.2 3.7 2.2 2.80 0.4 46. tapes the armour Mass of Cu approx.4 3.35 1.75 0.0 37.4 2.6 2.2 3.2 2.Cu / Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour.7 0.4 55.65 mm mm 3x25rm 3x35rm 3x50sm 3x70sm 3x95sm 3x120sm 3x150sm 3x185sm 3x240sm 3.6 0.4 41.5 0.4 3.7 0.2 2.90 0.7 0.5 0. Number of conductors and Thickness Thickness of Cable diameter of steel resistance of Thickness nominal cross section of insulation sheath approx.6/6 kV EVAVB .4 3.6 1.2 3. tapes-screen ● PVC sheath Construction data EVAVB.6 2.8 40 38.70 0. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Mass of cable approx.5 0.7 0.6 850 1170 1640 2260 3030 3800 4710 5780 7440 2670 3075 2980 3720 5020 5920 6880 8070 10150 ELKABEL 131 .4 3.

7/15.30*n*S core max. in cable ducts. 48 kV.2 (NBN C 30-228) semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.5 kV.8/36 kV 17. 12/20kV. electric power stations and industrial systems. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC ( ) .7/15.323 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 8.7/15 kV.water absorbing insulating tape PE compound tipe HDPE to NBN C 3-323 Black or Red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.7/15. 24 kV.EXeCWB EAXeCWB MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . conduits and shafts. 12/20. indoor installations.5 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 20.50*n*S core where: N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm 132 ELKABEL .5kV 8.8/36 kV 8. .7/15kV . 20.8/36 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 12/20. Ë 20./ 250∞— /5 s max. 83 kV max. 12/20. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than . Cu cores ./ 8. 20. 41. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to IEC60228 class 2 (NBN C 30-228) 90∞— continuous operation 120∞— /100h per year max. Cable construction Construction Conductors According to NBN C 3-323 —u and Al stranded compacted.1mm. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.8.8/36 kV 35 kV. 20.8/36 kV NBN C 33 . small and medium industrial plants. 12/20kV. according to IEC 60228 cl.15∞— -30 to 50∞— according to NBN C 33 323 Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Sheath Color Force of strain in laying N Al cores .

6 2.9 480 690 1120 1595 2455 3835 490 690 1120 1595 2455 3835 1345 1595 2455 3835 939 1200 1723 2308 3311 4953 1017 1285 1828 2425 3430 5084 2555 2896 3970 5705 68 130 260 405 665 1060 68 130 260 405 665 1060 330 405 665 1060 265 265 265 265 265 363 265 265 265 265 265 363 265 265 265 363 782 905 1128 1384 1786 2541 860 989 1233 1500 1905 2672 1805 1971 2445 3293 ELKABEL 133 .7 3.6 2.5 35.1 3. 20. EAXeCWB 8.8 56.7/15 kV 1x25 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x95 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400rm /35 12/20kV 1x25 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x95 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400rm /35 20.6 2.7/15.4 35.5 4.3 29.5 8.8/36 kV EXeCWB EAXeCWB MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx.8 8.8 8. 12/20kV.2 3.5 4.0 32.5 5.4 3.5 45.3 3.5 4.5 4.0 3.0 3.1 3.8/36 kV 1x120 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400 rm /35 4.5 5.8 29. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.9 3.6 43.5 5.4 42. kg/km 8.7 49. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.0 47. kg/km Mass of cable approx.3 2.2 31.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data EXeCWB.6 2.8 2.5 4.6 2.0 38.5 5.3 49. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 5.6 16 16 25 25 25 35 16 16 25 25 25 35 25 25 25 35 26.8 8.5 5.9 40.

323 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements. are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U U 8. 20. Ë 20./ 8.8/36 kV NBN C 33 .7/15kV . according to IEC 60228 cl. indoor installations.7/15. 12/20kV. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC ( ) ./ 250∞— /5 s max. conduits and shafts. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. electric power stations and industrial systems.7/15 kV.8/36 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. Cu cores .5 kV.8/36 kV 17.8/36 kV 8. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .30*n*S core max.50*n*S core where: N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm 134 ELKABEL . in cable ducts. 48 kV. small and medium industrial plants. 12/20. Cable construction Construction Conductors According to NBN C 33-323 —u and Al stranded compacted.1mm.5kV 8.5 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. 12/20.8/36 kV 35 kV.7/15. water absorbing insulating tape PVC compound tipe ST2 Red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.15∞— -30 to 50∞— according to NBN C 33 323 Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Sheath Color Force of strain in laying N Al cores .2 (NBN C 30-228) semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 20. 12/20kV.8. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 12/20. 24 kV. 83 kV max. 20. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests According to IEC60228 class 2 (NBN C 30-228) 90∞— continuous operation 120∞— /100h per year max.EXeCVB EAXeCVB MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . 41. 20.7/15.

kg/km Mass of Al approx. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 56.1 3.8/36 kV 1x120 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400 rm /35 4.5 5. EAXeCVB 8.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data EXeCVB.6 43. 12/20kV.0 47.4 35.3 2.5 8.5 4.0 3.5 5.5 45.5 5.3 49.5 4.8 8.2 3.6 2.4 42.6 2.0 32.0 38.6 2.8 2.8 8.7 3.4 3.5 4.7/15.7/15 kV 1x25 rm /16 1x50 rm /16 1x95 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400rm /25 12/20kV 1x50 rm /16 1x95 rm /25 1x150 rm /25 1x240 rm /25 1x400rm /35 20.9 490 690 1120 1595 2661 4344 690 1120 1595 2661 4344 1345 1595 2455 3835 1048 1319 1858 2473 3510 5204 1414 1979 2607 3641 5348 2772 3136 4252 6047 68 130 260 405 665 1060 130 260 405 665 1060 330 405 665 1060 265 265 265 265 265 363 265 265 265 265 363 265 265 265 363 890 1024 1263 1548 1985 2792 1119 1384 1682 2116 2936 2022 2211 2727 3635 ELKABEL 135 . 20.6 2.0 3.3 31.7 49.5 4.1 3.5 35.5 5. tors and nominal kness of kness of section of cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm Mass of Cu approx.9 3.6 16 16 25 25 25 35 16 25 25 25 35 25 25 25 35 26. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 4.8/36 kV EXeCVB EAXeCVB MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Nominal Cable diameter Number of conducThicThiccross approx. kg/km 8.9 40.3 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 8.5 5.8 29.

HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ELKABEL .

HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES ELKABEL .

5 kV 38/66 ÍV 90 kV Wate resisting element Sheath max. 5pC 15x D cable no less than (-5∞—) -30 to 50∞— according to IEC 60840 according to VDE 0276-632 Color 138 ELKABEL .5 kV and frequency 50 Hz. -I option .water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE compound type ST7 according to IEC 60502 type DMP 2 according to VDE 0276 black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to IEC60228 class 2 20∞C and VDE 0295 class 2 Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to IEC 60840/VDE 0276-632 —u and Al stranded compacted wires according to IEC 60228 cl.water absorbing insulating tape -II option .30 min Partial discharge level at 2*Uo Bending radius./ 250∞— /5 s max.2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. in cable ducts and conduits. 38/66/72. They are suitable for fixed assembly and indoor installation.5kV IEC 60840 / DIN VDE 0276-632 Application The single-core cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 26/45/52.26/45/52 ÍV./ 26/45 kV 38/66 kV Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Waterresisting element Metal screen Highest system voltage Uo/U. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests 52 kV. 26/45 kV 65 kV 72.HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 2XS(F)2Y A2XS(F)2Y Uo/U . over shelves and grilles in water and directly underground in ditch and outdoor under shelter.1mm. 38/66/72. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .2 and VDE 0295 cl.

5 kV Number of conductors and Nominal cross nominal cross section of screen section ·.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data 2XS(F)2Y. kg/km 363 363 363 363 Mass of cable approx.ı mm2 Uo/U/Um 26/45/52 kV 1x240 1x300 1x400 1x500 Uo/U/Um 38/66/72. A2XS(F)2Y 26/45/52. kg/km 2500 2900 3200 3600 35 35 35 35 64 66 67 70 2454 2980 3836 4807 4600 5300 6300 7800 649 812 1043 1374 363 363 363 363 3600 4100 4400 5300 ELKABEL 139 . kg/km 4050 4800 5600 6800 Mass of Al approx. kg/km 649 812 1043 1374 A2XS(F)2Y Mass of Cu approx. mm 55 58 61 64 Mass of Cu approx. 38/66/72.5 kV 1x240 1x300 1x400 1x500 mm2 35 35 35 35 2’S(F)2Y Cable diameter approx. kg/km 2454 2980 3836 4807 Mass of cable approx.

0 mm2 16 mm 2.nominal cross-section . Cable construction Construction Conductors Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to IEC.1mm. wires according to IEC 60228 cl. layer of plastic tape PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 type DMV 6 according to VDE 0276 red Technical data Aluminium current core . Mass of core Mass of cable Bending radius single bending Electrical characteristics Electrical resistance of core at DC and 20∞C Electrical resistance of screen at DC and 20∞C mm2 50 mm 8.A2XSY 1ı50rm/16 ELFILT HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES U ‰Ó 75 kV similar to IEC 60502 and IEC 60840 Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Application The cables are for power supply of electrostatic filters to 75 kV.2 kg/km 131 kg/km 1297 m 0.diameter Insulation thickness Metal screen cross-section Sheath thickness Outer diameter approx.circular multiwire compacted .2 mm 9.underground.2 VDE 0295 cl.104 90∞ C Color 140 ELKABEL . Increase of tgδ / tgδ/ U between 15-38 kV U between 38-89 kV 10.15 Separating layer Sheath Electrical resistance of insulation MΩ.104 10.max Dielecttric loss / tgδ /. in premises.. Conditions for laying . in cable ducts and conduits and outdoor under shelter.641 1.1387 Operating capacitance Maximum allowed ambiend temperature Tests Test voltage /15 min/ AC voltage DC voltage Partial discharge at U=50 kV . VDE Al stranded compacted.104 70kV 225kV 5pC 30.km 1*105 µF/km 0.2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thick ness of 0.65 Òm min 60 Ω/km Ω/km 0.5 mm 37. max.

in premises.2 mm 11. Conditions for laying . VDE Al stranded compacted. wires according to IEC 60228 cl. in cable ducts and conduits and outdoor under shelter.underground.max Dielecttric loss / tgδ /.641 1.2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thick ness of 0.5 mm 40.1mm.2 VDE 0295 cl.65 Òm min 60 Ω/km Ω/km 0.15 Separating layer Sheath MΩ.104 10.104 ELKABEL 141 .0 mm2 16 mm 2. Mass of core Mass of cable Bending radius single bending Electrical characteristics Electrical resistance of core at DC and 20∞C Electrical resistance of screen at DC and 20∞C Electrical resistance of insulation Operating capacitance Maximum allowed ambiend temperature Tests Test voltage /15 min/ AC voltage DC voltage Partial discharge at U=50 kV . layer of plastic tape PVC compound type ST2 according to IEC 60502 type DMV 6 according to VDE 0276 red Technical data Aluminium current core . Increase of tgδ / tgδ/ U between 15-38 kV U between 38-89 kV 10. max..11 90∞ C Color 111kV 333kV pC 10 30.nominal cross-section .104 50 mm2 mm 8.A2XSY 1ı50rm/16 ELFILT U ‰Ó 111 kV similar to IEC 60502 and IEC 60840 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Al cores ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Application The cables are for power supply of electrostatic filters to 111 kV.km 1*105 µF/km 0.0 kg/km 131 kg/km 1524 m 0.circular multiwire compacted .diameter Insulation thickness Metal screen cross-section Sheath thickness Outer diameter approx. Cable construction Construction Conductors Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to IEC.

POWER CABLES. FLAME RETARDANT ELKABEL .

FLAME RETARDANT ELKABEL .POWER CABLES.

degree of flame retardancy category A black Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame retardancy 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter BDS IEC 332-3/82. black. frequency 50Hz and surroundings. grey light blue. domestic power supply connections. black. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc.black or yellow/green Double core .NYYfr-0/J POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. in secondary distribution networks and other. grey cover 144 ELKABEL . FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . not more than 5 sec 0. conductor temperature Max. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC flame retardant. NYYfr-0/J is used in power plants. light blue.core 4 .6/1 kV AC .6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. Cables with same construction may produced according to IEC 60502.0. grey or yellow/green. brown.light blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3 .core 5 . degree of flame retardancy Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) 70Ó— Max. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Uo/U +160 Ó—. brown light blue. black.core Multiple core brown. industrial and switching installations. Black with number marking black or or black with number mark on cores yellow/green. grey. for street lighting. brown. Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request. Category A Color coding Single core . brown. grey or yellow/green. light blue. black. brown. and yellow/green core in the outer black.4 kV 50 Hz Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Sheath Color tapes and filling compound PVC flame retardant. which require non-proliferation of flames.

1 53.0 27.0 5 x 25.1 Mass of Cu kg/km 4245 5311 6981 8661 876 1159 1605 2304 3187 4096 4901 6222 8128 10076 57 93 149 223 376 595 970 1346 1817 2624 3643 4587 5660 7082 9308 11548 71 116 187 279 470 744 1213 1683 2271 3280 4554 Mass of cable approx kg/km 4867 6046 7869 9702 1422 1790 2091 2820 3824 4779 5685 7163 9227 11363 232 289 419 525 741 1024 1615 2095 2311 3142 4281 5256 6442 8033 10426 12850 272 341 494 635 911 1262 1964 2593 3435 4638 6318 ELKABEL 145 .0 2 x 6.0 sm sm sm sm sm re sm re sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm sm rm re re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm mm 39.7 34.1 24.0 1 x 70.7 14.5 25.9 9.0 1 x 10.4 29.8 49.0+95 3 x 240. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data NYYfr.0+25 3 x 70.0 5 x 35.9 15.0 1 x 150.0 3 x 6.0 5 x 95.8 17.5 2 x 2.0 3 x 120.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.9 12.8 22.3 55.4 27.4 37.0 3 x 300.5 2 x 4.1 29.2 33.4 19.8 27.0 1 x 240.0 2 x 10.7 30.0 1 x 25.9 13.7 48.0 3 x 16.1 43.7 13.0 5 x 70.0 5 x 6.4 19.0/J Number of Form of Cable cond.3 50.2 17.0 1 x 50.3 60.2 33.0 3 x 1.0+120 3 x 300.0 12.0 1 x 185.0 3 x 25.0 1 x 120.5 1 x 2.0 3 x 50.8 44.0 4 x 300.9 13.0 4 x 16.2 12.5 21.9 33.0 4 x 185.5 19.0 4 x 6.0 21.0 4 x 35.5 3 x 2.0 3 x 240.3 55.5 5 x 4.0 16.9 15.5 4 x 4.1 38.9 14.0 5 x 16.5 25.0 4 x 240.0 3 x 70. cross section N ı mm2 1 x 1.0 1 x 95.7 25.0 1 x 500.8 49.0 3 x 25.0 3 x 185.5 1 x 4.0 4 x 70.0 4 x 25.0 2 x 50.7 29.1 18.6 24.0 2 x 95.1 19.1 38.0 1 x 35.0 5 x 10. cross section N ı mm2 3 x 150.0 5 x 1.9 17.0 20.4 26.0 2 x 25.4 17.0 2 x 70.8 40.0 1 x 16.0+50 3 x 120.7 12.0 1 x 6.8 40.1 32.0 4 x 150.8 44.4 8.8 16.0+150 4 x 1.0/J Number of Form of Cable cond.0+16 3 x 50.1 12.4 20.0+70 3 x 185.1 12.0 3 x 10.1 29.0 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm mm 7.0 2 x 35.0+16 3 x 35.0 4 x 50.0 4 x 120.5 5 x 2.0 1 x 300.0 2 x 16.7 10.4 37.3 60.2 35.0 5 x 50. and conductor diameter nominal approx.7 29.0 3 x 35.4 Mass of Cu kg/km 14 23 37 56 94 149 243 337 454 656 911 1147 1415 1770 2327 2887 3692 4725 28 46 75 112 188 298 485 673 908 1312 1822 43 70 112 168 282 447 728 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 Mass of cable approx kg/km 63 76 104 128 183 247 359 462 603 817 1092 1334 1627 2013 2598 3200 4048 5141 192 229 315 382 509 676 1027 1301 1703 2312 3093 201 247 350 435 606 828 1260 1622 2139 2380 3233 3962 Construction data NYYfr.0 2 x 1.4 23.0 4 x 10.0 3 x 95.5 8.5 4 x 2.2 33.8 30.9 15.2 30.5 38.0+70 3 x 150.1 7. and conductor diameter nominal approx.0 1 x 400.0+35 3 x 95.2 42.5 3 x 4.0 4 x 95.

core 4 . black. grey 146 ELKABEL . for street lighting. in secondary distribution networks and other.light blue and brown 3 . brown.0.core brown. conductor temperature Max. where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. NYCY-FR is used in power plants. Category A Color coding Single core . degree of flame retardancy category A black Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage Bending radius -single core -multi core Flame retardancy +160 Ó—. which require non-proliferation of flames.black Double core . domestic power supply connections.6/1 kV AC . FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0276 part 603 solid or multi-strand Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc. black.4 kV 50 Hz 15 cable diameter 12 cable diameter BDS IEC 332-3. Note: Other core configuration and special constructions manufactured upon request. VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) PVC flame retardant.6/1 kV VDE 0276 part 603 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. grey light blue. short circuit temperature Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner sheath Sheath Color tapes and filling compound PVC flame retardant.NYCY . frequency 50Hz and surroundings. degree of flame retardancy Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— According to VDE 0295 class 1 or 2 (IEC 60228) 70Ó— Max. for indoor installations. not more than 5 sec 0. industrial and switching installations.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications.FR POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.

5/2.8 26.5 1 x 2.8 33.0/6.5 2 x 2.5 2 x 4.7 20.0 54.5/2.8 29.1 26.3 41.5 2.4 9.3 16.2 39.0 6.4 32.5 4 x 4.0 4 x 10/10 4 x 16/16 4 x 25/16 4 x 35/16 4 x 50/25 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 re re re re re re rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Concentric conductor cross section mm2 1.8 31. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data NYCY -FR 0.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 x 1.0 6.5 1 x 4.5 2.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Cu concentric conductor ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.0 1 x 10/10 1 x 16/16 1 x 25/25 1 x 35/35 2 x 1.5 2.7 55.6 34.5/2. kg/km 98 122 163 203 286 410 606 807 230 273 375 458 619 841 1276 1642 2193 252 305 425 528 724 999 1440 1524 1813 1987 2415 1644 1627 2174 2260 2932 3097 4004 4336 4925 5124 5890 6352 7329 9399 284 382 494 620 860 1196 1764 2246 3024 2060 2730 3758 5054 6246 7548 9374 12124 ELKABEL 147 .0 25.0/4.6 33.7 45.6 30.5 3 x 4.8 49.8 19.4 38.0/6.1 38.0 10 16 25 35 50 1.0 3 x 10/10 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 35/35 3 x 35/16 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 3 x 185/95 3 x 240/120 4 x 1.0 4 x 6.5 4./4.6 43.6 44.9 16.5 4.5/1.0 21.8 12.6 29.0/4.7 15.0 32.6 17.0 6.0 2 x 10/10 2 x 16/16 2 x 25/25 2 x 35/35 2 x 50/50 3 x 1.3 62.0 2 x 6.5/1.0 22.1 29.1 38.9 8.0 10 16 16 25 16 35 25 35 16 25 50 35 70 50 95 70 120 70 150 95 120 1.5 14.1 19.4 42.5 4 x 2.4 13.5 23.7 27.5 4.5 9.1 27.5 2.1 21.5 13.5/2.3 16.9 11.0/4.6 29.9 17. mm 7.0 3 x 6.1 27.0 10 16 25 35 1.0 13.5 14.0.5 3 x 2.0 36.3 17.0 1 x 6.5 4.0/6.0 10 16 16 16 25 16 25 35 50 70 70 95 120 Outer diameter of cable approx.0 6.4 29.3 Cu weight kg/km 27 47 74 108 182 297 465 654 45 68 110 164 274 435 703 980 1343 56 90 147 243 365 580 855 938 1127 1317 1581 1339 1161 1593 1819 2265 2584 3151 3692 4038 4443 4827 5543 6051 7881 70 136 183 297 457 725 1090 1456 1998 1495 2044 2911 4041 5162 6214 7826 10150 Cable weight approx.5/1.1 50.5/1.3 12.0/6.

grey blue.600/1000 V IEC 60502-1 Application Powet cable suitable for transmission of electricity up to 1000 V. black. black. grey. brown brown.FG70R POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. brown. brown. black. 50 Hz Minimum bending radius 0. grey blue. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to IEC 60502-1 Cu wires. blue. black . brown. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . flexible class 5. blue. black. grey black with number mark on cores and yellow/green in the outer cover 148 ELKABEL . brown yellow/green. black black with number mark on cores Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green. Appropriate for internal installation even in damp surroundings and for outdoor applications-whether there in possibility for direct instalation. according to IEC 60228 rubber compound Type HEPR according to IEC 60502-1 on base HEPR rubber Technical data Conductor resistance at 20ÓC Operating temperature max at the conductor max According IEC 60228 class 5 +90oC in operation +250oC in the event of a short circuit 0oC Temperature minimum Core identification according to VDE 0293 Inner Sheath Outer Sheath Color Flame retarding PVC compound PVC compound fire retardant and reduced corrosive gas emission Grey RAL 7035 Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC. used in house and industrial installations. brown.6/1kV 4kV 4x cable diameter Testing according: Flame test Test class C according IEC 60332-3 Color coding Number of cores 1 2 3 4 5 5 and above Color of conductors without yellow/green Black or other blue. grey yellow/green.

0 1200.3 25.0 2560.5 26.8 25.0 356.0 2x6.5 1191.0 18.5 54.8 26.2 Mass of Cu kg/km 11.0 3x10. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data FG7OR 600/1000 V Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1x1.0 605.0 202.8 44.0 483.0 1020.6 564.0 54.3 134.7 13 15.0 2790.5 2x2.4 48.5 212.5 2x4.6 1859.6 1577.6 57.3 13.9 686.7 410.0 600.5 5x2.6 1243.7 17.7 774.0 246.0 580.5 1x2.0 3x25.0 410.2 1003.1 12.0 1110 1460.8 6.0 998.5 1x4.4 13.5 30x2.0 297.2 1724.0 1450.6 408.0 1105.0 210.5 19x1.0 3x6.5 2371.2 28.6 22.2 87.0 550.2 17.2 210.2 25.3 37.0 1200.3 36.0 17.5 630.0 1x10 1x16 1x25 1x35 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 2x1.5 10x2.0 5x6.1 48.6 16.8 2538.6 1245.9 773.0 3x35.5 4x4 4x6 4x10 4x16 4x25 3x35+25 3x50+35 3x70+35 3x95+50 3x120+70 3x150+95 3x185+95 3x240+150 5x1.8 349.9 19.0 Mass of cable approx kg/km 4650 5840 6920 9200 225.5 12x1.5 32.5 3x2.6 11.5 Outer diameter approx.0 3550.5 27x2.5 987.3 27.1 2986.0 3x16.5 836.0 376.6 277 360.5 265.7 7.6 8.2 68.7 30.6 19.0 5700.5 20 21.4 39.7 15.0 546.0 7250.8 11.4 24.9 27.0 408.9 275.3 2498.0 24.0 485.0 690.5 3x4.5 1507.0 820.0 3x70.0 5x16.0 257 320 420.3 177.5 30.0 380.4 293.8 9.9 65.3 2998.5 10x1.0 147.4 58.6 598.0 60.0 770.8 32.5 81 132.0 1255 1788 2370 Mass of cable approx kg/km 47.5 27x1.0 122.0 18.0 420.0 7x1.6 2410.0 14.7 14.6 25.5 501.5 584.8 1278.3 988. nom/mm 45.0 142.0 1x6.6 21.0 720.5 270.6 21.0 3x50.7 1976.0 570.0 990.4 306.5 242.3 33.9 14.4 30.0 4600.4 35.5 5x4.0 101.9 206.6 15.3 40.0 4590.0 3620.6 12.Cu conductors ● HEPR insulation ● Flame retarding PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.0 5400.4 33.0 530.0 2090.2 6.0 145.5 76.5 4x2.0 412.0 834.0 850.0 11350.0 ELKABEL 149 .9 1569.4 60.4 66.8 47.4 3672.0 8330.0 840.0 7310.0 19.5 24x2.0 328.6 20 23.0 199.0 5x10.3 179.0 85.0 805.0 197.5 19x2.9 2014.0 2x10 2x16 2x25 2x35 2x50 2x70 2x95 2x120 2x150 3x1.0 3x95. nom/mm 5.6 42.5 Mass of Cu kg/km 3022 3808 4610 6040 48.4 12.0 365.0 607.5 30x1.6 101.0 24.0 26.0 1990.0 Outer diameter approx.0 98.4 4569.0 890.5 38.1 22.8 12.0 1210 1620 2160 2980 3776 Construction data FG7OR 600/1000 V Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3x120 3x150 3x185 3x240 4x1.6 99.0 307.0 165.9 13.5 7x2.5 12x2.0 16.2 20.5 20.2 17.0 450.7 42.5 24x1.4 152.4 24.4 15.1 18.0 450.0 290.7 51.0 230.

2XYRYfr-0/J A2XYRYfr-0/J POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. domestic power supply connections. grey Multiple core . black. brown black.5 ÍV Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color Test voltage AC .6/1 kV Highest system voltage 1. brown 4 .2 kV between cores . brown. black. galvanized iron wires twisted concentrically PVC flame retardant.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications. Category A 150 ELKABEL .3. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .Black with numbered pair in each cover PVC flame retardant. Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. light blue. grey black or yellow/green.core .5 min. brown. light blue.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1.5 ÍV . degree of flame retardancy Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC According class 1 or 2 IEC 60228 Max. brown.light blue and brow or yellow-green and black 3 .light blue. industrial and switching installations. frequency 50Hz and surroundings.brown. black. IEC 60228 XLPE COMPOUND Double core . Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Color According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al or Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation between core and screen 3.light blue.0. black. in secondary distribution networks and other. degree of flame retardancy category A Black Bending radius. grey 5 . for street lighting. conductor temperature 90o— continuous operation Overload temperature 130o— /100h/per year m‡ı. for indoor installations.core . where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. 2XYRYfr and A2XYRYfr is used in power plants./ Short circuit temperature 250o— /5 s max.15x D cable no less than 0o— -30 to 50o— Flame retardancy BDS IEC 332-3/82.core . which require non-proliferation of flames. grey or yellow/green./ Nominal voltage Uo/U 0. min. grey or yellow/green.

8 4 ı 16 rm 0.1 3 ı 1.5 4x240 sm 2.7 1.8 4 ı 25 rm 0.7 1. approx.8 4 ı 10 rm 0.8 2 ı 10 rm 0.8 3 ı 35 rm 0.5 30.4 2.4 27.7 1.8 2.3 25.5 rm 0.8 19.2 2.8 4 ı 35 rm 0.8 3 ı 16 rm 0.8 3 ı 10 rm 0.1 21.7 1.9 20. approx.1 15.6 2.6 2.8 56.5 17.7 1.7 1.9 1.8 3 ı 4 rm 0.0 1.7 1.6 16.7 1.8 2 ı 4 rm 0.7 1.8 2 ı 50 rm 1.8 3 ı 6 rm 0. wires ● PVC sheath Construction data 2XYRYfr.2 16.9 1.4 2.8 3 ı 50 rm 1.8 3 ı 2.1 4x95 sm 1.7 1.1 4x120 sm 1.3 24.7 1.9 1. kg/km kg 46 421 75 500 188 863 298 1050 485 1584 908 2376 1822 4058 43 596 70 619 112 713 168 774 282 987 447 1234 728 1878 1010 2320 1363 2901 1968 3750 93 933 149 1060 223 1248 376 1576 595 2278 970 3059 1346 3701 1817 3535 2624 4701 3643 6017 4587 7626 5660 9144 7082 10976 9308 13861 96 960 160 1119 165 1294 435 2277 A2XYRYfr Mass of Al Cable weight approx.6 2XYRYfr Mass of Cu Cable weight approx.9 2 x 95 rm 1.6 17.9 1.2 23.2 38.0 62.9 1.7 1.5 rm 0.8 19 x 2.5 rm 0.6/1 kV Number of Thickness of Thickness of cond.0 47. FLAME RETARDANT ELKABEL 151 .9 43.6.5 51. A2XRYfr 0.8 Cable diameter approx.7 1.2 34. mm 14.2 18.3 17.5 rm 0.7 1.9 29.8 12 x 1. 27.5 rm 0.7 1.5 rm 0.8 2 ı 16 rm 0.8 2 ı 25 rm 0.5 17.5 16.5 rm 0.1 4x70 sm 1.2 20.4 4x185 sm 2 2.1 4 ı 2.5 19.8 3 ı 25 rm 0.1 2.5 rm 0. kg/km kg 14 388 23 448 56 729 90 840 140 1236 269 1730 539 2762 13 566 21 570 36 636 51 656 85 788 135 919 210 1355 290 1593 385 1914 585 2353 28 867 46 956 68 1091 112 1309 180 1859 270 2352 390 2736 520 2225 760 2818 1060 3408 1340 4346 1650 5094 2100 5945 2720 7207 30 894 49 1007 51 1179 133 1972 POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.9 3 ı 70 sm 1.0 18.8 21.Cu/Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● Armour St.4 25.8 4 ı 4 rm 0.7 1.9 34.6 7 x 1.8 30.4 38.7 1.2 4x150 sm 1.8 4 ı 6 rm 0.0 1.7 1. and nominal cross insulation sheath section mm mm 2 ı 2.8 7 x 2.9 4x50 sm 1.7 1.1 2.

30 to 50o— IEC 332-3.5 min.6 2XYRaY-FR Mass of Cu Cable weight appr. mm 16.4 31. Category A Construction data 2XYRaY-FR .2 1.0 1. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .9 1x240 rm 1./ 250o— /5 s max.3 28.8 1x185 rm 1. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardancy According class 1 or 2 IEC 60228 90o— continuous operation 130o— /100h/per year m‡ı.5 22.8 1x120 rm 1.8 1x150 rm 1.6 1. domestic power supply connections.9 1. A2XYRaY-FR 0.9 24.2 34.5 ÍV . IEC 60228 XLPE COMPOUND PVC flame retardant.0 1x300 rm 1. degree of flame retardancy Al wires twisted concentrically PVC flame retardant. approx.3. in secondary distribution networks and other. Bending radius. for indoor installations.7 20.8 1x35 rm 0.FR IEC 60502-1 A2X YRaY-FR Cu/Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● PVC sheath ● Armour Al wires ● PVC sheath Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. frequency 50Hz and surroundings.8 1x50 rm 1.4 18.3 17./ 0.0.2 kV between cores .6/1 kV 2XYRaY.9 1.8 1x95 rm 1.7 2. industrial and switching installations.8 2.6/1 kV Number of Thickness of Thickness of cond.15x D cable no less than 0Ó— .4 1. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color According to IEC 60502-1 solid or multi-strand Al or Cu wires class 1 or 2 acc. approx. which require non-proliferation of flames.POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.1 1.These cables are preferentially used for underground application as well as for interior installation in room and cableducts and for outdoor and applications. kg/km kg 229 532 325 657 458 833 648 1073 885 1417 1120 1699 1378 2028 1770 2643 2327 3335 2887 4118 A2XYRaY-FR Mass of Al Cable weight appr.8 1x70 rm 1. where greater mechanical protection an protection against accidental contact is required if damaged. 2XYRaY-FR and A2XYRaY-FR is used in power plants. conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage AC .6/1 kV 1.3.5 ÍV between core and screen .5 26. degree of flame retardancy category A Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Max.1 1. min. kg/km kg 68 370 95 425 127 498 190 611 260 785 325 896 405 1046 510 1371 665 1656 830 2040 152 ELKABEL . and nominal insulation sheath cross section mm mm 1x25 rm 0.1 Cable diameter approx. for street lighting.

fillings and tapes kat B and C PVC compound flame retardant black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Max./ 250o— /5 s max. over shelves and grilles.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option .fillings and sheat exstruded PVC compound flame retardant .3 2XSEY-FR A2XSEY-FR Mass of Cu Cable weight Mass of Al Cable weight appr.2 25 3x240rm/25 3.6 16 3x70rm/16 3. kg/km kg kg/km kg 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 3276 3834 4784 5930 6923 8217 9691 11963 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2619 2923 3470 4103 4627 5379 6144 7331 ELKABEL 153 .Cu wires laid concentrically three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with and tape support I -option . conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Uo/U.5 min.0 25 3x185rm/25 3.8 16 3x120rm/16 3. AC (~ ~) .4 3.kat A II-option .7 16 3x95rm/16 3.3 54. approx. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests Flame retardancy According to IEC 60228 90o— continuous operation 130o— /100h/per year m‡ı.2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape -I option .4 2.Uo/U . no more than Test voltage AC .4 3. electric power stations and substations for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits.6 50. Category A Sheath Color Construction data 2XSEY-FR.15 min Bending radius. IEC 60332-3 2XSEY.6 64.4 58.4 68. The cables should not be laid in or near nuclear stations.5 16 3x50rm/16 3. They should not be laid directly underground or in water.4 25 Cable diameter approx. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.4 2. approx.6/10 kV IEC 60502-2.9 16 3x150rm/25 3. and Thickness of Thickness of cross-secnominal insulation sheath tion of cross section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 6/10kV 3x35rm/16 3.15x D cable no less than -5Ó— ./ 6/10 kV 6/10 kV 12 kV 6/10 kV 21 kV 67 kV . min.4 2. A2XSEY-FR 6/10 kV Nominal Number of cond. appr.5 min DC (=) .4 2.FR A2XSEY-FR Cu/Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath . mm 47. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen Cable assembly Inner sheath According to IEC 60502-2 and IEC 60332-3 —u and Al stranded compacted wires to IEC 60228 cl.4 61.5 74.flame retardant MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE. FLAME RETARDANT Application The three-core cables flame retardant with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10 kV and frequency 50 Hz.4 3. The cables are manufactured with sheaths of flame retardant materials.30 to 50o— IEC 60 502 IEC 332-3.4 2.

conductive layer semi-conductive XLPE compound Insulation XLPE compound Outer semi.4 2.4 3.FR IEC 60502-2 .5 76.4 25 3x300rm/25 3.0 16 3x150rm/25 3.4 3.5 66. approx. appr. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests Flame retardant According to IEC 60228 90o— continuous operation 130o— /100h/per year m‡ı. and Thickness of Thickness of cross-secnominal insulation| sheath tion of cross section screen 2 N x mm mm mm mm 6/10kV 3x35rm/16 3.3 83. Kat A . min.0 55.5 16 3x50rm/16 3. mm 48. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U 6/10 kV 2XSEYBY.9 16 3x120rm/16 3.1 25 3x185rm/25 3.5l/m)and C(1.kat B and C Armour two steel tapes or two steel galvanized tapes Sheath PVC compound flame retardant Color Black or red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Max./ 6/10 kV 6/10 kV 12 kV 6/10 kV 21 kV 67 kV max.0 59. electric power stations and industrial systems. IEC 60332-3 A 2XSEYBY ./ 250o— /5 s max. Cable construction Construction Conductor according to IEC 60502 -2 —u and Al stranded compacted.4 51. approx.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Metal screen -II option .5 min DC (=) .7l/m Kat B(3. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (~ ~) .30 to 50o— according to IEC 60 502-2 IEC 602332-3. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. indoor installations.7 16 3x95rm/16 3.4 3. conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Um.7 25 Cable diameter approx.Cu wires laid concentrically Cable assembly Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support Inner sheatth I -option .exstruded PVC compound flame retardant (bedding) kat A II-option . conduits and shafts.MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE. according to IEC 60228 class 2 Inner semi.4 2. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. small and medium industrial plants.5l/m) Construction data 2XSEYBY-FR. The cables are manufactured with sheaths of flame retardant materials.6 16 3x70rm/16 3.4 70.4 3. in cable ducts.4 2. tapes ● PVC sheath flame retardant Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10 and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.FR Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● Armour st.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.exstruded PVC compound .3 62. A2XSEYBY-FR 6/10 Nominal Number of cond.15x D cable no less than -5Ó— .4 3. 5 pC . kg/km kg kg/km kg 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 3639 4203 5117 6239 7178 8433 9831 12001 15023 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 2963 3292 3803 4412 4882 5595 6285 7337 9255 154 ELKABEL .4 2.2 2XSEYBY-FR A2XSEYBY-FR Mass of Cu Cable weight Mass of Al Cable weight appr.conductive layer semi-conductive XLPE compound Metal screen over each phase -I option .2 25 3x240rm/25 3.

Uo/U . conductor temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Uo/U. The cables are manufactured with sheaths of flame retardant materials They are suitable for use in distribution installations. small and medium industrial plants.4 1x500rm 3.4 1.4 2. IEC 60332-3 2XSYRaY.Cu wires laid concentrically PVC compound -flame retardant ¿l wires laid concentrically PVC compound -. approx. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.5 2.Thickness of nominal insulation sheath for armor cross section 2 N x mm mm mm mm 6/10kV 1x50 rm 3.30 to 50o— IEC 60332-3 Kat B(3.4 2.6 49.0 2.4 1. min Bending radius adjacent to joints or terminations.0 2. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen Separating layer Armour Sheath Color According to IEC 60502-2 —u or Al stranded compacted.4 2.Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase -II option .0 2.0 2.5l/m)and C(1.4 2. according to IEC60228 class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound -I option .0 2.6 1.4 2.4 1. kg/km kg kg/km kg 520 720 960 1200 1465 1795 2325 2925 3750 4740 1200 1500 1800 2100 2550 2950 3600 4250 5180 6550 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 810 970 1100 1230 1490 1665 1940 2155 2490 3220 ELKABEL 155 . conduits and shafts.4 2. indoor installations.5 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo: Bending radius.6 1.2 2XSYRaY-FR A2XSYRaY-FR Mass of Cu Cable weight Mass of Al Cable weight appr. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.4 29. no more than Test voltage AC (~ ~) .8 1x70 rm 3. and Thickness of Al wires ./ 250o— /5 s max.9 32.2 41. mm 27.5 Cable diameter approx.6 39. A2XSYRaY-FR 6/10kV Number of Diameter of cond.flame retardant black or red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Max. approx.4 44.1 1x240rm 3.6 2.9 36.5l/m) Construction data 2XSYRaY-FR.4 1. FLAME RETARDANT Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10 kV and frequency 49 Hz to 61 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.6/10 kV IEC 60502-2.9 1x95 rm 3. electric power stations and industrial systems.0 1x150rm 3./ 6/10 kV 12 kV 6/10 kV 21kV 67 kV m‡ı 5pC 15x D cable 12x D cable no less than -5Ó— .FR A2XSYRaY.2 30.2 1x300rm 3. in cable ducts.6 1.5 34. appr.9 1x120rm 3.2 1x400rm 3.1 1x185rm 3. min Temperature of laying Ambient temperatures Tests: Flame retardancy According to IEC 60228 class 2 90o— continuous operation 130o— /100h/per year m‡ı.FR Cu/Al conductors● XLPE insulation● Cu screen● PVC sheath● Armour Al wires● PVC sheath flame retardant MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE.

trenches.6/1 kV NBN C 33-121 and comment No 1 and 2 Application Three-core cables with insulation of polyvinylchloride (PVC) . black. shafts. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch. brown. blue 3-cores: black. blue./ 0. blue Neutral core . blue. underneath the tapes are laid Cu wires for improving conductivity PVC compound. flame retardant black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature Overload temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage. shafts. according to NBN C 33-121 (IEC 60228 class 2) PVC compound polymer material two steel tapes. The sheath is flame retardant.0. black or yellow/green. 156 ELKABEL .20 min Bending radius. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardant NBN C 33-121 (IEC 228) class 2 70Ó— continuous operation 160Ó— /5 s max. brown. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to NBN C 33-121 —u stranded compacted circular and sector.13kV 15 x D cable No less than 0Ó— -15 to 70o— According to NBN C 30-004 Category F2 Insulation Inner sheath Armour-screen Sheath Color Color coding 2-cores: black. pipes.armored type are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power networks with voltage of 1000 V. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (~ ~) . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.blue Protective core ( G ) -yellow/green 4-cores: black. conduits. in cable ducts.EVAVB-F2 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . black.6/1kV 1100 V Between cores and between core and screen (armor). for underground. brown or yellow/green. blue.

7 0.4 2.1 51.8 / 1.7 Armour resistance max.3 1.2 2.5 0.5 0. EVAVB-F2 Mass of Cu approx.6 2. Ω/Ím 12.8 0.6 1.9 0.3 1.6 1.2 /1.1 1.15 1.8 3.0 2.6 Cable diameter approx.3 1.8 0.8 0.4 2.5re 4x2.3 1.6 / 1. kg/km 500 590 725 860 1200 1550 1900 2600 2960 3860 5100 6400 7750 9450 12000 1460 1740 2400 2730 3500 4500 5850 6900 8500 10650 ELKABEL 157 .0 25.7 0.6 2.0 2.0 2.4 / 1.0 2.1 1.0 2.35 1.0 0.5 0.41 4.5 18. kg/km 60 100 160 260 420 720 1000 1520 2140 2960 3980 5000 6210 7630 9840 660 1010 1330 1890 2610 3530 4500 5410 6730 8640 Mass of cable approx.0 2.2 Ù 1.7 0.3 42.5 0.65 2.6 / 1.9 1.9 17.0 / 1.0 42.08 2.0 37.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour/screen-st.0 43.8 1.5 0.5 0.4 / 1.8 62.5 0.2 0.65 Thickness of sheath mm 1.8 2.8 3.7 0.tapes ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data EVAVB-F2 Number of conductors and Thickness of insulation nominal cross section N ı mm2 4x1.7 57.9 37.1 1.1 7.0 29.9 0.00 0.2 Ù 1.4 2.7 22.6 1.4 1.1 1.3 / 1.1 47.5 0.0 34.1 1.4 2.0 32.5 0.2 2.0 15 15.6 2.4 2.15 1.3 46.4 1.5 0.35 1.4 1.2 Ù 1.75 0.4 1.7 31.8 1.5 28.5 32.5 0.0 1.2 2.9 0.2 51.61 3.8 1.0 2.0 2.2 2.8 0.0 55.75 0.2 Ù 1.1 / 1.6 1.6 Thickness of steel tapes mm Ù1.7 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5re 4x4re 4x6re 4x10re 4x16rm 4x25rm 4x35rm 4x50sm 4x70sm 4x95sm 4x120sm 4x150sm 4x185sm 4x240sm 3x16rm+10re 3x25rm+16rm 3x35rm+16rm 3x50sm+25rm 3x70sm+35rm 3x95sm+50rm 3x120sm+70rm 3x150sm+70tm 3x185sm+95rm 3x240sm+120rm mm 0.0 1.2 1.5 0.5 0.0 2.3 / 1.2 2.8 2.2 24.

blue and brown or yellow-green and black brown blue brown black black grey grey or or yellow/gre yellow/green en brown blue black brown grey 158 ELKABEL . thermal).power stations (nuclear.3. metro.black or yellow-green Double core .core 5 . min Tests flame retardancy according to VDE 0295 (IEC60228) class 1 or 2 70∞— 160∞— / 5 s max.300/500 V DIN VDE 0250 part 214 Application The power insulated conductors flame retardant. The conductors are designed for laying over.1 or 2 (IEC 60228) XLPE compound 2XI1 (DIX8) to VDE 0276-604 according to VDE 0250 and VDE 0293 halogen free compound halogen free compound.min 4.core 4 . with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for use in electrical installations for Uo/U 300/500 V in: important objects . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to VDE 0250-214 —u wires according to VDE 0295 (HD 383) cl. cinemas. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .NHXMH-0 NHXMH-J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE. The conductors should not be laid directly in vibro concrete or rammed concrete and directly under ground. in and under plasters in dry and wet premises as well as in brickwork"s and concrete. flame retardant type LTS 1 grey RAL 7035 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Test voltage Bending radius. VDE 0472˜813 (IEC 60754-1and 2) -max100 S/cm -density of smoke gases VDE 0472˜816 (IEC 61034-1and2) 3 . theaters. hotels.hospitals./ 300/500 V ¿— . public buildings . airport.core blue brown black grey black or yellow/green blue brown black grey multiple cores black with number mark on cores or black with number mark on cores and yellow/green core in the outer cover Color coding Single core . They are also suitable for outdoor use. transformer substations. public and commercial centers.2kV 4xD cable DIN VDE 0250-214 VDE 0472 ˜804/ —( IEC 3323/—and¬) Insulation Core identification Inner sheath Sheath Color -corrosivity of combustion gases pH . places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed.

5 0.0 14.7 0.0 14.4 1.0 10.0 21.0 4x6.4 0.5 28.5 16.4 1.5 12.7 0.8 1.5 12.0 21.3 10.6 0.0 31.5 0.9 0.0 8.0 5.5 25.4 1.5 17.0 23.6 0. Mass of Cu approx.8 1.8 1.8 10.4 1.5 0.6 1.8 0.8 11.4 0.9 0.4 1.0 16.4 0.4 9.2 0.0 6.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 2x4.5 2x2.5 0.6 1.4 1.4 1.7 0.4 0.4 0.9 0.6 1.4 1.9 0.6 0.6 0.0 0.0 max 8.4 0. FLAME RETARDANT mm 1.5 0.0 9.0 ELKABEL 159 .0 15.5 12.6 1.5 10.4 1.6 8.7 0.5 0.4 1.7 0.7 0.6 min 5.0 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 5x1.4 1.5 28.0 8.4 1.6 0.5 19.0 1.5 7x2.6 1.6 1.0 30.8 1.8 1.4 10.6 1.5 of Thickness of Thickness inner insulation sheath mm 0.6 0. kg/km 48 61 79 112 160 230 108 140 205 131 178 239 325 503 769 1164 1542 150 211 309 242 630 969 1490 1935 178 240 380 480 730 1145 1798 2495 210 302 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.6 1.8 1.6 0.5 0.0 25.5 3x2.0 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 4x1.4 8.5 28.0 14.6 0.5 26.6 0.6 10.8 1.4 0.0 12.8 1.6 1.4 7.8 9.9 0.0 13.6 0.0 10.0 22.7 0.5 1x4.5 14.5 5x2.0 5x10 5x16 5x25 5x35 7x1.4 1.7 0.4 0.4 1.4 1.6 0.5 34.0 12.4 1.5 9.5 4x2.4 1.0 15.0 1x10 1x16 2x1.5 9.4 0.5 12.4 0. kg/km 14 29 37 55 94 149 28 46 75 43 70 112 168 282 460 728 1010 57 93 149 223 376 614 970 1346 71 116 187 279 470 767 1213 1683 100 163 Mass of cable approx.8 1.5 0.5 19.6 1.4 1.5 4x4.0 13.5 9.4 Thickness of sheath Cable diameter approx.4 1.0 1.5 1x2.8 1.5 17.9 0.0 23.4 1.0 1x6.5 5x4.4 1.5 0.6 0.5 14.0 12.0 5x6.6 0.6 0.5 11.4 6.0 3x1.5 15.5 3x4.4 1.4 10.0 11.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● LSF sheaths Construction data NHXMH-o/j 300/500 V Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 1x1.0 0.6 0.5 10.6 0.5 0.5 20.5 12.5 0.5 18.5 13.5 25.0 3x6.5 mm 1.

6/1 kV DIN VDE 0266 Application The power cables with retaimnent of insulation 180 min.public and commercial centers. min Tests Retainment of insulation according to IEC 331 Temperature range according to VDE 0295 (IEC60228) cl.(N)HXH-FE 180 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE. transformer substations.power stations (nuclear.1 or 2 (IEC 60228) double layer insulation consist ing of mica tape and crosslinked polymer according to VDE 0207 part 23 HI1 tapes or extruded layer plastic compound. mark on cores and en. cinemas. or or black with number or yellow/gre yellow/green. brown. grey 160 ELKABEL . thermal).6/1Í V ¿— . FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . but not directly underground or in water. yellow/green. black with number black./ 0.0.core Multiple core Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color Color coding Single core . theaters. blue.core 4 . brown. type HM4 according to VDE 0207 part.blue and brown or yellow-green and black 3 . blue.core brown. grey in the outer cover black. blue. places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed The cables are designed for fixed laying in dry and wet premises and outdoor. black or grey. hotels.1 or 2 90∞— continuous operation 250∞— / 5 s max. Laying in cable duct is allowed in case precautions are taken no water collection in the duct to be guaranteed.black or yellow-green Double core . with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for used in electrical installations for break-downsupply. flame retardant. brown. metro.4kV 15xD cable according to DIN VDE 0266part 3 and IEC 331 180 min -30 to +70∞C 5 . signalization and control in: important objects .hospitals.black mark on cores black grey grey. yellow/green core brown brown black.24 orange Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Test voltage Bending radius. airport public buildings . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to VDE 0266 —u wires according to VDE 0295 (HD 383) cl. blue.

0re 1x6.5re 12x1.5re 3x4. N ı mm2 1x4.0re 3x6.5re 5x2.0re 1x10re 1x16re 2x1. kg/km 37 56 94 149 28 46 75 112 188 43 70 112 168 282 460 728 57 93 149 223 376 614 970 1346 1817 71 116 187 279 470 767 100 171 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.0re 3x10re 3x16rm 3x25rm 4x1.0re 4x6.5re 3x2.0re 2x10re 3x1. Mass of Cu approx.0re 4x10re 4x16rm 4x25rm 4x35rm 4x50rm 5x1.5re 4x2. FLAME RETARDANT Mass of cable approx.5re 5x4.0re 5x6.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section Cable diameter approx.5re mm 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 20 22 26 15 16 17 19 20 22 26 29 33 17 19 20 22 24 27 19 23 kg/km 105 130 170 250 190 220 280 340 450 240 290 340 450 620 850 1300 280 350 440 560 760 1100 1600 1940 2570 330 410 520 660 950 1300 380 580 ELKABEL 161 .0re 5x10re 5x16rm 7x1.5re 2x4.5re 4x4.0re 2x6.5re 2x2.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● LSF sheaths Construction data (N)HXH FE 180 0.

bla blue. blue or yellow/green.1 or 2 Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max/ Short circuit temperature 250∞— / 5 s max. theaters.0./. The cables can be laid indoor. grey. min 6xD cable Temperature of laying no less than 0∞— Temperature of exploita-30 to 50∞— tion VDE 0276-604 Tests VDE 0472 p804/ — -flame retardant ( IEC 332-3/— and ¬) -corrosivity of combustion gases and conductivity VDE 0472p813 (IEC 60754pH . yellow/green.5 min between cores . yellow/green core grey black.min 4. blue .N2XH-0/J LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE. brown.2 kV Highest system voltage Test voltage ¿C . flame retardant type LTS 1 black Technical data Conductor resistance at according to VDE 0295 20∞C (IEC60228) cl. -max100 1and 2 S/cm -density of smoke gases VDE 0472p816 (IEC 61034-1and 2) 3 . transformer substations. thermal). black brown.power stations (nuclear. brown. airport.3. public and commercial centers. mark on cores and brown blue. mark on cores black. black with number ck grey black. or black with number en. cinemas.3. grey or black or or yellow/gre yellow/green. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .black. with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage 0.6/1kV in: important objects .6/1 kV VDE 0276-604 (HD 604 S1) Application The power cables flame retardant. brown. in the outer cover grey 162 ELKABEL . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to VDE 0276-604 —u wires according to VDE 0295 (HD 383) cl. brown.black or yellow/green Double core . metro. places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed. Direct laying underground or in water is not allowed.5 ÍV Bending radius.core 5 .core 4 .hospitals.1 or 2 (IEC 60228) XLPE compound 2XI1 (DIX8) to VDE 0276-604 Core identification according to VDE 0276-604 and VDE 0293 halogen free compound halogen free compound. public buildings . hotels. blue. in air or in concrete. Nominal voltage Uo/U 0.brown .core multiple core Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color Color coding Single core .6/1 kV no more than 1.

5 3x2.5 21.0 1x6.3 24.9 29.5 27.3 16.2 29.8 13.2 22.5 7x4.2 14.0 3x6.4 23.0 5x6.5 30x1.2 15. section N ı mm2 1x4.5 17.2 18.5 4x4.0 1x10 1x16 1x25 1x35 1x50 1x70 1x95 1x120 1x150 1x185 1x240 1x300 2x1.3 22.4 25.3 41.3 22.5 2x2.2 16.5 53. kg/km 57 93 149 223 376 595 970 1346 1817 2624 3643 4587 5660 7082 9308 71 116 187 279 470 744 100 142 171 199 270 341 426 227 163 232 279 325 441 557 697 261 448 Mass of cable approx.0 61.5 *16x1.5 20.4 21.4 41.5 19x1.6 23.2 32.4 37.5 5x4.3 40.3 14.6/1 kV Number of Cable conductors and diameter nominal cross approx.0 mm 13.0 Mass of core approx.2 14.8 20.9 17.8 17.4 16.7 16.8 12.4 16.2 12.3 17. kg/km 143 159 212 268 379 492 624 826 1202 1505 1705 2202 2748 3297 182 215 273 342 454 597 981 205 245 332 413 548 794 1205 1604 1805 2495 3303 4048 4895 5110 7805 2205 2948 3908 4805 5745 7210 9155 Construction data N2XH .6/1 kV Number of Cable conductors and diameter nominal cross approx.5 17.0 63.5 12x2.6 19.3 32.4 14.Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● LSF sheaths Construction data N2XH .2 16.0 12x4.2 10. section N ı mm2 4x1.5 3x4.0/j 0.5 14x1. kg/km 38 58 97 153 243 337 454 656 911 1147 1415 1770 2327 2887 28 46 75 112 188 298 485 43 70 112 168 282 447 728 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 1680 2352 3216 4128 4992 6240 8064 Mass of cable approx.5 7x2.0 48.2 13.5 19.2 12.2 15.2 19.5 20.2 15.4 15.0 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 3x50 3x70 3x95 3x120 3x150 3x185 3x240 3x50/25 3x70/35 3x95/50 3x120/70 3x150/70 3x185/95 3x240/120 mm 9.5 19x2.5 5x2.5 12x1.2 32.0 2x6.5 17.5 26.5 53.5 45.7 32.8 26.5 19.5 10x1.5 42.4 50.0 2x10 2x16 2x25 3x1.5 14x2.5 24x1.5 Mass of core approx.2 21.2 11.6 44.0/j 0.2 18.8 14.2 37.4 15. kg/km 232 295 385 485 675 934 1442 1903 2305 3205 4204 4306 6355 7805 10295 275 335 453 564 786 1145 315 415 458 535 648 762 897 591 410 545 605 672 844 1048 1235 235 815 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.9 28.5 24x2.8 37.5 4x2.0 4x6.5 10x2.6 24.5 30x2.2 23.0 5x10 5x16 7x1. FLAME RETARDANT ELKABEL 163 .0 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 4x240 5x1.8 50.2 12.5 2x4.7 15.2 56.

The cables should not be laid in or near nuclear stations.conductivity -density of smoke gases Separating layer Sheath Color min. Cable construction Construction Conductor according to DIN VDE 0276-622 —u and Al stranded compacted. The cables are manufactured with sheaths of halogen free flame retardant materials.Õ . layer of plastic tape halogen free compound. 24 kV 6/10 12/20 kV 21 kV.15 min Bending radius. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 12/20 kV 12 kV.12/20kV VDE 0276-622 Application The single-core cables flame retardant with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 6.3 χı. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . wires according to IEC 60228 cl.2 and VDE 0295 cl.1mm. The cables with halogen free materials are with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosivity. 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz. electric power stations and substations for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits.They should not be laid directly underground or in water.2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature According to IEC60228 class 2 and VDE 0295 class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 100µS/cm VDE 0276-622 method to VDE0472-816 164 ELKABEL . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests -flame retardant -corrosivity ofcombustion gases .6/10.5 min DC (=) .N2XSH NA2XSH MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE. 4. 42 kV 67 kV. over shelves and grilles. 134 kV 15xD cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— VDE 0276-622 VDE 0276-622(VDE 0472-804 method C) .IEC 332-3/B Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.35/11 kV 6/10 kV. flame retardant type HM4 to VDE 0276-622 black Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.

5 2.4 3.4 3.4 3.5 2.4 3. min mm 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 36 39 41 44 47 max mm 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 41 44 46 49 52 N2XSH Mass of Cu approx kg/km 493 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 493 604 793 1033 1255 1596 1930 2454 2980 3836 4807 Mass of cable approx.4 5.4 3.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. NA2XSH 6/10.5 5. FLAME RETARDANT ELKABEL 165 . kg/km 1145 1297 1550 1854 2128 2524 2922 3536 4149 5117 6209 1372 1531 1795 2110 2394 2799 3208 3837 4466 5478 6613 Mass of Al approx.5 mm2 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 Cable diameter approx.4 3.5 5.5 5.4 3.5 2.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● LSF sheath Construction data N2XSH. kg/km 922 996 117 1251 1371 1587 1752 1996 2245 2688 3192 1148 1230 1362 1507 1636 1862 2038 2298 2562 3049 3543 MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.5 5.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2. 12/20 kV Number of Thickne Thickne Nominal conductors ss of crossss of and nominal insula.5 2.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 2.5 mm 2.5 2.5 2.sheath section cross section tion of screen N ı mm2 6/10 kV 1x35ÍÏ/16 1x50ÍÏ/16 1x70ÍÏ/16 1x95ÍÏ/16 1x120ÍÏ/16 1x150ÍÏ/25 1x185ÍÏ/25 1x240ÍÏ/25 1x300ÍÏ/25 1x400ÍÏ/35 1x500ÍÏ/35 12/20 kV 1x35ÍÏ/16 1x50ÍÏ/16 1x70ÍÏ/16 1x95ÍÏ/16 1x120ÍÏ/16 1x150ÍÏ/25 1x185ÍÏ/25 1x240ÍÏ/25 1x300ÍÏ/25 1x400ÍÏ/35 1x500ÍÏ/35 mm 3. kg/km 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 94 127 183 254 321 394 495 649 812 1043 1374 NA2XSH Mass of Cu approx.5 5. kg/km 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 Mass of cable approx.5 2.5 5.5 2.

100µS/cm VDE 0276-622 method to VDE0472-816 166 ELKABEL . 12/20 kV 12 kV.12/20kV VDE 0276-622 Application The three-core cables flame retardant with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests -flame retardant -corrosivity ofcombustion gases .MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE HALOGEN FREE.6/10.35/11 kV 6/10 kV. They should not be laid directly underground or in water. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) .Õ .2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound and semi-conductive tape Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to DIN VDE 0276-622 —u and Al stranded compacted wiresto IEC 60228 cl. 42 kV 67 kV.2 and VDE 0295 cl. over shelves and grilles./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 6. 24 kV 6/10 12/20 kV 21 kV.3 χı. electric power stations and substations for fixed indoor assembly in cable ducts and conduits. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 4.1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound halogen free compound.The cables should not be laid in or near nuclear stations.5 min DC (=) . 134 kV 15xD cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— VDE 0276-622 VDE 0276-622(VDE 0472-804 method C) . 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz. The cables are manufactured with sheaths of halogen free flame retardant materials. The cables with halogen free materials are with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosivity. flame retardant type HM4 to VDE 0276-622 black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to IEC60228 class 2 20∞C and VDE 0295 class 2 Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. FLAME RETARDANT N2XSEH NA2XSEH Uo/U .IEC 332-3/B Cable assembly Inner sheath Sheath Color min.15 min Bending radius. flame retardant halogen free compound.conductivity -density of smoke gases 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.

Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● LSF sheath

MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES-THREE CORE HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Construction data N2XSEH, NA2XSEH 6/10 kV
Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 6/10kV 3x35rm/16 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/25 3x185rm/25 3x240rm/25 3x300rm/25 Thickness Thickness Nominal Cable diameter of of crossapprox. insulation sheath section of screen mm 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 mm 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 mm2 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 mm 46,2 48,8 53,0 57,1 60,6 64,2 68,5 74,3 79,6

N2XSEH
Mass of Cu approx kg/km 1010 1363 1968 2732 3440 4245 5311 6981 8661 Mass of cable approx. kg/km 3276 3834 4784 5930 6923 8217 9691 11963 14294

NA2XSEH
Mass of Al approx. kg/km 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 Mass of cable approx. kg/km 2619 2923 3470 4103 4627 5379 6144 7331 8526

ELKABEL

167

Cu/XLPE/LSF/SWA/LSF

Uo/U - 0.6/1 kV BS 6724-1997

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Application
The power and control cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) type LSOH are flame retardant, with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions and are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage Uo/U 0.6/1 kV. Cables are designed with sheath of halogen free materials, flame retardant, free smoke emission and corrosion, and non-magnetic armor of ¿l wires. They are suitable for use in distribution networks, electrical power stations (NPP and TPP) and substations, metro. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels, for laying in industrial sites, indoor installations, in cable ducts, conduits and shafts, over shelves and grills and outdoor shelter.

Cable construction
Construction Conductor According to BS 6724-97 —u or Al stranded compacted, wires according to BS 6360 (IEC 228) cl.2 XLPE compound 2-cores - red; black 3-cores - red; yellow; blue 4-cores - red; yellow; blue; black 5-cores - red; yellow; blue; black Control - black with white num bers or white with black numbers halogen free compound steel galvanized wires, laid con centrically Halogen free compound, flame retardant type LTS 1 black

Technical data
Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature According to BS 6360 (IEC228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max/ 250∞— / 5 s max./. 0.6/1 kV 1.2 kV Between cores - 3.5 ÍV Between core and armor- 3.5 ÍV 6xD cable

Insulation Color

Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage ¿C - 5 min Bending radius, min

Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color

Temperature of laying no less than 0∞— Temperature of exploitation -30 to 50∞— Flame retardant According toBS 4066-3 category C (IEC 332-3 category —) Cu cores - 50*n*S core where: n is number of cores and S is nominal cross-section of cores in mm

Force of strain in laying N max.

168

ELKABEL

Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● LSF sheath ● Armour st. wires ● LSF sheath

Construction data Cu/XLPE/LSF/SWA/LSF 0.6/1 kV
Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 2x1.5rm 2x2.5rm 2x4.0rm 2x6.0rm 2x10rm 2x16rm 2x25rm 2x35rm 3x1.5rm 3x2.5rm 3x4.0rm 3x6.0rm 3x10rm 3x16rm 3x25rm 3x35rm 4x1.5rm 4x2.5rm 4x4.0rm 4x6.0rm 4x10rm 4x16rm 4x25rm 4x35rm 4x35sm 4x50sm 4x70sm 4x95sm 4x120sm 4x150sm 4x185sm 5x1.5rm 5x2.5rm 5x4.0rm 5x6.0rm 5x10rm 5x16rm 5x25rm 5x35rm 7x1.5rm 12x1.5rm 19x1.5rm 27x1.5rm 37x1.5rm 7x2.5rm 12x2.5rm 19x2.5rm 27x2.5rm 37x2.5rm Thickness of insulation Diameter of St wires for armour mm 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.25 1.25 1.6 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.25 1.25 1.6 1.6 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.25 1.25 1.60 1.60 1.60 0.9 1.25 1.25 1.6 1.6 0.9 1.25 1.6 1.6 1.6 Thickness of sheath Cable diameter approx. Mass of Cu approx. kg/km 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 55 92 146 218 363 592 925 1303 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 96 165 260 373 506 160 525 590 621 845 Mass of cable approx. kg/km 283 347 411 493 647 950 1282 1727 300 379 462 555 847 1111 1575 2113 321 415 513 737 974 1277 1972 2470 2324 2961 4209 5374 6926 8266 9988 367 473 594 850 1127 1662 2349 2964 421 717 922 1361 1629 549 946 1418 1824 2006

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

mm 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.4 1.6 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7

mm 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.8 1.9 2.1 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.6 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.4 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.8

mm 12.1 12.9 14.7 15.9 18.0 21.9 26.7 29.2 12.8 14.1 15.8 18.0 21.2 23.1 28.2 30.8 13.3 15.0 16.4 18.7 21.1 23..4 28.9 33.7 28.6 32 37.7 41.7 47.1 51.4 56.6 14.3 16.3 19.0 20.9 25.8 28.4 33.5 36.6 15.2 18.5 21.1 26.7 29.0 17.1 22.4 26.6 30.7 33.8

ELKABEL

169

Cu/XLPE/LSF/AWA/LSF

Uo/U - 0.6/1 kV BS 6724 - 1997

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● LSF sheath ● Armour Al. wires ● LSF sheath

Application
The single-core power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) type LSOH are flame retardant, with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions and are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage Uo/U 0.6/1 kV. Cables are designed with sheath, which do not contain halogen materials, flame retardant, free smoke emission and corrosion, and non-magnetic armor of ¿l wires. They are suitable for use in distribution networks, electrical power stations and substations. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels, for laying in industrial sites, indoor installations, in cable ducts, conduits and shafts, over shelves and grills and outdoor shelter.

Cable construction
Construction Conductor According to BS 6724-1997 —u stranded circular and sec tor, according to BS 6360 (IEC60228) cl. 2 Extruded XLPE compound black or red halogen free compound ¿l wires laid concentrically halogen free compound, flame retardant type LTS 1 black

Technical data
Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Uo/U, no more than Test voltage ¿C - 5 min Bending radius, min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardant According to BS 6360 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max/ 250∞— /5 s max./ 0.6/1 kV 1.2 kV Between cores and armor 3.5kV 6x D cable no less than 0∞— -30 to 500— According to BS 4066-3 Category — (IEC 332-3 category —) Cu cores -50*n*S core Where: n is number of cores and S is nominal cross-section of cores in mm

Insulation Color Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color

Force of strain in laying N max.

Construction data Cu/XLPE/LSF/AWA/LSF 0.6/1 kV
Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 Uo/U0.6/1kV 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm Thickness of insulation mm 1.4 1.6 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.2 Diameter of Al wires for armour mm Thickness of sheath mm 1.7 1.8 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.1 Cable diameter approx. mm 26.3 28.7 31.4 34.1 38.9 42.8 Cu /XLPE/LSF/AWA/LSF Mass of Mass of Cu cable approx. approx. kg/km kg/km 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 1970 2370 2960 3610 4600 5680

1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.0

170

ELKABEL

Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/AWA/LSF

Uo/U - 6.35/11 kV BS 7835 - 2000

Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● LSF sheath ● Armour Al wires ● LSF sheath

MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Application
The single-core power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6.35/11 kV and frequency 49 Hz to 61 H. Cables are designed with sheath of halogen free materials, flame retardant, free smoke emission and corrosion, and non-magnetic armor of ¿l wires. They are suitable for use in distribution networks, electrical power stations and substations. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels for indoor installations, in cable ducts, conduits and shafts, over shelves and grills and outdoor shelter.

Cable construction
Construction Conductor According to BS 6622-1999 —u or Al stranded compacted, wires according to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) class2

Technical data
Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U, no more than Test voltage AC (≈) - 15 min Level of partial discharge at 12.5 kV Bending radius, min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardant According to BS 6360 (IEC228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 6.35/11 kV 12 kV; 25.5 ÍV χı 10pC 15xD cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— According to BS 4066-3 category — (IEC 332-3 category —) Al cores- 30*n*S core Cu cores- 50*n*S core where: n is number of cores and S is cross-section of cores in mm

Inner semisemi-conductive XLPE compound conductive layer Insulation XLPE compound

Outer semisemi-conductive XLPE compound conductive layer Metal screen -I option - Cu tapes laid with overlap -II option - Cu wires laid con centrically halogen free compound ¿l cores laid concentrically halogen free fire retardant compound type LTS 1 red, black

Separating layer Armour Sheath Color

Force of strain in laying N max.

Construction data Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/AWA/LSF 6.35/11 kV
Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 Uo/U 6.35/11kV 1x50rm 1x70rm 1x95rm 1x120rm 1x150rm 1x185rm 1x240rm 1x300rm 1x400rm 1x500rm Thickness of insulation mm 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 Diameter of Al wires for armour mm 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.5 Thickness of sheath mm 1.8 1.9 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2 2.4 2.5 Cable diameter approx. mm 28.5 30.4 32.1 33.9 36.3 38.1 40.7 43.0 46.5 50.9 Cu /XLPE/CTS/LSF/AWA/LSF Mass of Mass of Cu cable approx. approx. kg/km kg/km 520 720 960 1200 1465 1795 2325 2925 3750 4740 1200 1550 1850 2150 2650 3100 3700 4400 5250 6800

ELKABEL

171

N2X—H
LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Uo/U - 0.6/1 kV VDE 0276-604 (HD 604 S1)

Application
The power cables flame retardant, with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage 0.6/1kV in: important objects - power stations (nuclear, thermal), transformer substations, metro, airport, public buildings - hospitals, hotels, theaters, cinemas, public and commercial centers, places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed. The cables can be laid indoor, in air or in concrete. Direct laying underground or in water is not allowed.

Cable construction
Construction Conductor According to VDE 0276-604 —u wires according to VDE 0295 (HD 383) cl.1 or 2 (IEC 60228) XLPE compound 2XI1 (DIX8) to VDE 0276-604 according to VDE 0276-604 and VDE 0293 halogen free compound of plain round copper wires and one or two transverse counter helix of copper tapes halogen free compound, flame retardant type LTS 1 black

Technical data
Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage ¿C - 5 min Bending radius, min according to VDE 0295 (IEC60228) cl.1 or 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max/ 250∞— / 5 s max./. 0.6/1 kV no more than 1.2 kV between cores - 3.5 ÍV 6xD cable

Insulation Core identification Inner sheath Concentric Conductor Sheath Color

Temperature of laying no less than 0∞— Temperature of exploitation -30 to 50∞— Tests -flame retardant -corrosivity of combustion gases and conductivity pH - min 4.3; -max100 S/cm -density of smoke gases VDE 0472p813 (IEC 60754-1 and 2) VDE 0472p816 (IEC 61034-1 and 2) VDE 0276-604 VDE 0472 p804/ —( IEC 332-3/— and ¬)

Color coding
Single core - black or yellow/green Double core - black ; blue or yellow/green; black

3- core

4 - core

5 - core

multiple core

black; blue; black with number black; blue; brown; Black; blue; brown; black; mark on cores or black; brown black black with number or or or mark on cores yellow/green; yellow/green; yellow/green; and yellow/green black; blue black; blue black; blue ; core in the outer brown; brown; black; cover

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Cu conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu concentric conductor ● LSF sheaths

LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Number of wires and nominal cross section

Shape

Concentric Outer diameter conductor of cable cross section approx. mm2 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10 16 25 35 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10 16 25 35 50 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10 16 16 25 16 35 25 35 16 25 50 35 70 50 95 70 120 70 150 95 120 1,5 2,5 4,0 6,0 10 16 16 16 25 16 25 35 50 70 70 95 120 mm 7,9 8,5 9,4 9,9 11,3 12,8 12,9 16,4 13,0 13,7 15,9 17,1 19,1 21,0 25,1 27,8 31,5 13,5 14,3 16,6 17,7 20,0 22,1 27,8 26,6 29,1 29,4 32,7 27,1 26,6 29,6 30,6 33,6 34,1 38,2 39,4 38,3 41,6 44,7 45,8 49,0 54,5 14,3 16,3 17,8 19,0 21,5 23,8 29,0 32,0 36,4 29,8 33,1 38,4 42,6 43,1 50,7 55,3 62,3

Cu weight

Cable weight approx.

N x mm2 1x1,5 1x2,5 1x4,0 1x6,0 1x10 1x16 1x25 1x35 2x1,5 2x2,5 2x4,0 2x6,0 2x10 2x16 2x25 2x35 2x50 3x1,5 3x2,5 3x4,0 3x6,0 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x25 3x35 3x35 3x50 3x35 3x35 3x50 3x50 3x70 3x70 3x95 3x95 3x120 3x120 3x150 3x150 3x185 3x240 4x1,5 4x2,5 4x4,0 4x6,0 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 4x240

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kg/km 27 47 74 108 182 297 465 654 45 68 110 164 274 435 703 980 1343 56 90 147 243 365 580 855 938 1127 1317 1581 1339 1161 1593 1819 2265 2584 3151 3692 4038 4443 4827 5543 6051 7881 70 136 183 297 457 725 1090 1456 1998 1495 2044 2911 4041 5162 6214 7826 10150

kg/km 98 122 163 203 286 410 606 807 230 273 375 458 619 841 1276 1642 2193 252 305 425 528 724 999 1440 1524 1813 1987 2415 1644 1627 2174 2260 2932 3097 4004 4336 4925 5124 5890 6352 7329 9399 284 382 494 620 860 1196 1764 2246 3024 2060 2730 3758 5054 6246 7548 9374 12124

ELKABEL

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LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE, FLAME RETARDANT

Uo/U - 0.6/1 kV IEC 60502-1 and VDE 0276-604 (HD 604 S1)

Application
The power cables flame retardant, with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage 0.6/1kV in: important objects - power stations (nuclear, thermal), transformer substations, metro, airport, public buildings - hospitals, hotels, theaters, cinemas, public and commercial centers, places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed. The cables can be laid indoor, in air or in concrete. Direct laying underground or in water is not allowed.

Cable construction
Construction Conductor According to IEC 60502-1 Cu solid or stranded wires class 1 or 2 according to IEC 60228 XLPE compound color code acc. to VDE 0276-604 halogen free compound two steel tapes or two galvanized steel tapes halogen free compound, flame retardant type HM4( LTS 1 ) black

Technical data
Conductor resistance Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Highest system voltage Test voltage, AC 50 Hz Bending radius single core multicore Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests -flame retardant -corrosivity of combustion According to IEC 60228 90∞C 130∞C/100h per year 250∞C ( 5 sec.) 0.6/1 kV 1.2 kV 4.0 kV 15 x Dcable 15 x Dcable no less than 0∞—
-30 to 70∞C

Insulation Identification of cores Inner sheath Armour

IEC 60502-1 and VDE 0276604 VDE 0472 p804/ —( IEC 3323/— and ¬)

Sheath

gases and conductivity pH - min 4.3; σmax100µS/cm -density of smoke gases VDE 0472p813 (IEC 607541and2 VDE 0472p816 (IEC 610341and2)

Color

Color coding
Single core - black or yellow-green Double core - blue and brown or yellow-green and black

3 - core

4 - core

5 - core

Multiple core

with numblue ; brown; black ber mark on blue; brown; black; grey brown; cores grey black black; grey black; or or or or black with numyellow/green yellow/green yellow/green ; brown; ber mark on ; blue; ; blue; brown black ;grey cores and yelbrown; low/green core in black; grey the outer cover

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9 25.9 25. tapes ● LSF sheaths LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.0 2x10 2x16 2x25 2x35 2x50 3x6.2 47.5 7x4.1 26. approx.4 21.3 30.7 31.5 12x1.0 23.7 18.5 21x1.9 20. approx.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Armour-st.5 24x1.6 21.6 50.0 10x4.0 22. approx.5 30x1.3 58.8 29.4 22.6 50.6 21.5 27x2.4 19.2 25.1 23.6 29.9 23.8 33.0 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 3x50 3x70 3x95 3x120 3x150 3x185 3x240 3x300 4x6.5 27.5 14x1.1 27.0 3x10 3x16 3x25 3x35 3x50 3x70 3x95 3x120 3x150 3x185 3x240 3x300 3x6.0 25.0 4x10 4x16 4x25 4x35 4x50 4x70 4x95 4x120 4x150 4x185 4x240 Construction data A2XBH Mass Mass of Type of Cable of cable con.5 10x1.1 32.0 19.0 40.5 7x2.0 26.2 54.9 18.0 22.5 21x2.0 5x6.5 16x1.5 37x2.5 19x2.6 21.1 26. cross section mm2 mm kg/km N x mm2 5x4.5 20x1.0 38.5 23.5 19. and nominal ductors approx.5 27x1.2 22.0 re re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re 19.2 30.0 26.5 24x2.0 31.1 21.3 20.2 42.5 8x2.5 22.5 60.7 19.2 42.0 7x6.4 45.0 8x6.5 12x2.3 16. mm2 mm kg/km re re re rm rm rm re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re rm/rm rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm 17.5 16x2.6 27.0 24.1 26.5 30x2.5 60.5 10x2.7 19.9 38 56 88 144 199 269 56 83 132 216 298 404 584 809 1023 1257 1579 2071 2589 68 102 160 261 343 476 684 944 1218 1452 1848 2412 3008 75 111 176 288 398 539 779 1079 1364 1676 2106 2762 405 480 580 815 960 1200 440 525 640 900 1080 1355 1360 1925 2185 2620 3115 3855 4620 470 560 689 965 1135 1305 1805 2235 2620 3080 3680 4560 5465 500 605 740 1060 1280 1355 1910 2380 2775 3325 3955 4940 mm2 + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 6 10 16 16 25 35 50 70 70 95 120 150 ELKABEL 175 .6 29.diameter core ductors approx.9 33.0 38.3 20.7 34.5 14x2.0 10x6.5 8x1.1 28.4 18.8 30.1 45.4 45.2 32.0 8x4. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data 2XBH Mass Mass of Number of of Cable of conductors Type cable condiameter core approx.5 20x2.2 27.0 5x10 5x16 5x25 5x35 5x50 5x70 7x1.9 22.0 44.5 29.2 21.2 19.4 187 279 470 744 1213 1683 2271 3280 100 114 142 171 199 227 270 284 299 341 384 426 526 163 186 232 279 325 372 441 464 488 557 627 697 859 261 299 373 391 447 559 590 715 955 1270 1925 2455 3390 4455 420 485 575 610 675 725 795 855 865 1005 1055 1125 1300 505 590 705 760 830 905 1005 1080 1095 1290 1360 1465 1700 700 825 1030 885 1045 1270 Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 2x6.0 24.5 37x1.0 38.2 54.9 40.5 19x1.9 66.9 53.1 33.0 23.

core in the outer cover 176 ELKABEL .0.6/1kV in: important objects .min 4. yellow/green. black. mark on cores black. ber mark on cores black. black.copper breid for 2XSsH .black or yellow/green. brown.2 kV between cores . cinemas. brown black or or or or black with number yellow/green. Direct laying underground or in water is not allowed Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Core identification Inner sheath Metal screen Sheath According to VDE 0276-604 —u wires according toIEC 60228 XLPE compound 2XI1 (DIX8) to VDE 0276-604 according to VDE 0276-604 and VDE 0293 halogen free compound for 2XSsH .core 5 . places with great concentration of people and material values whose safety in case of fire should be guaranteed.3.power stations (nuclear. Double core .copper tape halogen free compound.black . black 3. The cables can be laid indoor.3. Black. transformer substations. Black with numblack.2XSsH/(N)2XSsH 2XSH/(N)2XSH Uo/U . blue yellow/green. FLAME RETARDANT Application The power cables flame retardant. blue black. public and commercial centers.5 ÍV 6xD cable Color Temperature of laying no less than 0∞— Temperature of exploitation -30 to 50∞— Tests -flame retardant -corrosivity of combustion gases and conductivity IEC 60502-1 and VDE 0276-604 VDE 0472 p804/ —( IEC 332-3/— and ¬) pH . in air or in concrete.5 min Bending radius.hospitals. blue.6/1 kV no more than 1.core 4 . blue or yellow/green. min according to VDE 0295 (IEC60228) cl. and Y / G brown .core multiple core black. thermal).6/1 kV IEC 60 502-1 and VDE 0276-604 (HD 604 S1) LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE. brown. black. brown. 0.1 or 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max/ 250∞— / 5 s max. with low halogen free smoke emission and corrosion at fire conditions are suitable for use in electrical installations for nominal voltage 0. blue. blue ./. public buildings . blue. airport. flame retardant type HM4(LTS 1) Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U Highest system voltage Test voltage ¿C . theaters. -max100 S/cm VDE 0472p813 (IEC 60754-1 and 2) -density of smoke gases VDE 0472p816 (IEC 61034-1 and 2) Color coding Single core . hotels. metro.

5 2.5 62. These cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels for indoor installations. wires according to BS 6360 (lEC 228) class 2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. flame retardant.8 3.8 51./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 6.4 2.5 2. Cables are designed with sheath of halogen free materials.6.5 2.6 2.50*n*S core where: n is number of cores and S is cross-section of cores in mm Inner semisemi-conductive XLPE conductive layer compound Insulation XLPE compound Outer semisemi-conductive XLPE conductive layer compound Metal screen -I option .4 Diameter of St wires for armour mm 2. mm 48.15 min Level of partial discharge at 12.4 3. no more than Test voltage AC (≈) .5 kV Bending radius. electrical power stations and substations.4 3. black Cable assembly Separating layer Armour centrically Sheath Color Force of strain in laying N max. approx.35/11 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 Uo/U 6.5 2.Cu cores laid concentrically Three insulated and screened phases are twisted with fillings and tape support halogen free compound steel galvanized wires laid conhalogen free fire retardant compound type LIS 1 red. free smoke emission and corrosion.35/11 kV 12 kV.35/11 kV and frequency 49 Hz to 61 H in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer substations.6 58. Construction data Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/SWA/LSF 6.0 Cable diameter approx. FLAME RETARDANT Application The three-core power cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6.35/11 kV Cu/XLPE/CTS/LSF/SWA/LSF Standart: BS 7835-2000 Cu conductors* XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● LSF sheath ● Armour st.35/11 kV 3x25rm 3x35rm 3x50rm 3x70rm 3x95rm 3x120rm Thickness of insulation mm 3. small and medium industrial plants.5 2. conduits and shafts. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Flame retardant According to BS 6360 (IEC228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max.Uo/U . over shelves and grills and outdoor shelter. kg/km kg/km 850 1140 1560 2140 2855 3570 4200 4900 5600 6500 7500 8500 ELKABEL 177 .4 3.Cu tapes over each phase laid with overlap -II option .5 ÍV χı 10pC 15xD cable no less than 0∞— -30 to 50∞— According to BS 4066-3 category — (IEC 332-3 category —) Al cores.4 3. in cable ducts.5 2.30*n*S core Cu cores. Cable construction Construction Conductor Accordlng to BS 6622-1999 Cu or Al stranded compacted. wires ● LSF sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES HALOGEN FREE.4 3. 25.7 2.6 66. They are suitable for use in distribution networks.5 Thickness of sheath mm 2.6 54.6 Cu /XLPE/CTS/LSF/AWA/LSF Mass of Mass of Cu cable approx.

COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES ELKABEL .

COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES ELKABEL .

showing the start of counting and the other .2 STI LG similar to VDE 0816 part 3.. E1-2 . x4x1. K9-12. wire . Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath bare copper conductor diameter 0. 2 min.with yellow colour .4 up to 0.the one with red color of the supporting spiral .wire red Side circuit . Type codes outdoor cable paper insulation lead sheath with added hardener star quads in telecommunication cables for long distances without phantom use LG layer stranding ¿P MZ STI 180 ELKABEL . Capacitance unbalance at 800Hz: K1 .wire wire . resistance at 20oC .. K2-3.1 a . 0.In each layer there are two adjacent quads . COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication networks and for connecting lines between district telephone exchanges.9 STI LG A-PMZ ..screen Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.3 1. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.9 mm and 1. cable ducts and conduit. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted. Insulation resistance min.wire white b .wire green b .6% Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. They are suitable for fixed underground installation in collectors. Test voltage 50Hz.max.¿-PMZ .wire blue The quads are supported with textile thread. x4x0.2 a .max.max.2mm insulation of paper string over which is laid a paper tape each 4 wires are twisted to a quad the quads are stranded into layers of paper tapes of lead to which is added antimony of 0.85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ.km 34 280 700 210 700 700 2000V 225V 0∞C ‰Ó +45∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C 13 ı cable diameter 35nF/km pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 1000V Color coding Side circuit .showing the direction of counting.max.2mm 15.9 28..max.

mm 13.8 37.8 22. kg/km 547 596 829 1207 1311 1616 1961 2182 2330 2666 3387 3772 4389 5163 5373 6719 7299 Construction data A-PMZ .3 27..x4x0.3 Copper weight kg/km 75 100 175 300 350 474 599 674 749 924 1118 1321 1550 1905 2032 2591 2896 Cable weight approx.2 STI LG Number of quads External diameter approx.1 43..5 39.3 42.8 19..4 33.2 14. kg/km 695 787 1165 1739 1896 2361 2961 3172 3473 4105 5058 5835 6469 7948 8288 10311 11160 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 ELKABEL 181 .2 18.1 24.5 33.3 55.8 36.0 43.0 53.0 15.9 52.3 32.0 23.8 28.0 30.4 25.1 Copper weight kg/km 133 177 310 531 620 841 1063 1196 1329 1639 1983 2343 2749 3379 3605 4596 5137 Cable weight approx.5 66.4 26.4 44. COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Cable core construction Number of quads First layer Number of quads in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 8 10 6 9 10 8 10 12 14 15 16 12 14 16 12 15 16 14 16 18 20 22 18 21 22 20 22 24 27 28 26 28 32 34 Construction data A-PMZ .9 12.0 18.7 62.7 50.4 31.Paper insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath.x4x1. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 10.6 46..9 STI LG Number of quads External diameter approx.

Type codes outdoor cable paper insulation lead sheath with added hardener armour protective covering of bitumen and yarn star quads in telecommunication cables for long distances without phantom use LG layer stranding ¿P MZ B — STI 182 ELKABEL . Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. Capacitance unbalance at 800Hz: K1 .wire wire . COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication networks and for connecting lines between district telephone exchanges. 2 min wire .2mm 15..km 34 280 700 210 700 700 2000V 225V 0∞C ‰Ó +45∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C 13 ı cable diameter 35nF/km pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 1000V Color coding Side circuit .¿-PMZBC . resistance at 20∞C max.screen Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.showing the direction of counting. 0.4 up to 0.. x4x0. They are suitable for installation in ditches.9 28. Insulation resistance min. synthetic yarn and chalk Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Bedding Armour Protective covering bare copper conductor diameter 0.max K9-12.2mm insulation of paper string over which is laid a paper tape each 4 wires are twisted to a quad the quads are stranded into layers of paper tapes of lead to which is added antimony of 0.with yellow colour .3 1.max K2-3.max Test voltage 50Hz.In each layer there are two adjacent quads . at not big stretch strength and slope of the ground less than 45o.. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.1 a .max E1-2 .9 STI LG A-PMZBC .wire white b .9 mm and 1.2 STI LG similar to VDE 0816 part 3.showing the start of counting and the other .wire green b .6% of bitumen and impregnated cable paper of two steel tapes of bitumen.85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ.the one with red color of the supporting spiral .wire red Side circuit .. x4x1.wire blue The quads are supported with textile thread.2 a .

x4x0.9 31.8 33.7 Copper weight kg/km 136 181 317 544 634 861 1087 1223 1359 1676 1993 2356 2763 3398 3624 4621 5165 Cable weight approx kg/km 1019 1132 1698 2345 2528 3019 3650 3883 4195 4876 5783 6294 7298 9378 10161 12346 13746 ELKABEL 183 .8 53.1 39.0 47.8 50.7 31. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 19.7 38.6 51.9 STI LG Number of quads External diameter approx.2 23.5 36.4 45..1 20. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 21.4 52.1 75.0 Copper weight kg/km 76 102 178 306 357 484 612 688 765 943 1121 1325 1555 1911 2039 2600 2905 Cable weight approx kg/km 812 909 1188 1760 1888 2232 2617 2828 3002 3405 4020 4528 5074 5908 6286 7695 9121 Construction data A-PMZBC.0 65.2 27.7 28.2 STI LG Number of quads External diameter approx.1 42.0 58.9 42.5 63.4 45.x4x1.4 62..1 34.9 41.0 55.4 26..Paper insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● armoured COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Cable core construction Number of quads First layer Number of quads in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 8 10 6 9 10 8 10 12 14 15 16 12 14 16 12 15 16 14 16 18 20 22 18 21 22 20 22 24 27 28 26 28 32 34 Construction data ¿-PMZBC.3 72..0 36.1 35.4 22.

6 x2x0. Insulation resistance min. . coated with copolymer on both sides of PE compound. The filling of petro jelly does not permit moisture penetration into the cable core.5mm cables with cores 0. in cable ducts and conduit. 2 min.5mm.7mm Polyethylene insulation type 2YI2 according to VDE 0207 part 2. 0. each 4 wires are twisted to a quad 5 quads laid up to a basic unit the units are stranded into a compact cable petroleum . 0.A-2YF(L)2Y A-2YF(L)2Y A-2YF(L)2Y A-2YF(L)2Y .5 x2x0.. as well as for interior installations. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Filing Wrapping Screen Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0. These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in conjunction with the appropriate safety precautions.km 55nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V 150V cables with cores 0.2mm.based jelly minimum of 1 layer of paper tape.4 mm .4 and 0.4 0... diameter Color coding Number of quad A2Y F (L)2Y StIII Bd Type codes outdoor cable polyethylene (PE) insulation filled cable core laminated sheath star quad in local cables unit type stranding 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 184 ELKABEL . They are suitable for underground installation. wire-wire wire .6 and 0.. low density with 2. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.. of aluminum tape .7mm 220V Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C mobile -40∞C ‰Ó +60∞C fixed 10 x cable Minimum bending radius approx.4 x2x0.. . x2x0.6 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.5mm 150 95Ω/km 0.7 StIII StIII StIII StIII Bd Bd Bd Bd similar to VDE 0816/part 1 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals..7mm 65 49Ω/km 5GΩ. . The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.6mm.screen Operating voltage peak value 0.. thickness 0.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max. 0.

1 Copper weight kg/km 15 24 49 73 126 174 252 380 504 23 37 75 113 196 271 392 592 784 32 54 108 163 282 390 564 44 72 148 222 384 532 768 Cable weight approx.8 21. kg/km 77 99 159 222 336 449 604 867 1124 98 129 223 306 480 632 864 1264 1630 122 165 292 402 638 851 1187 149 210 362 522 816 1087 1527 ELKABEL 185 .4 12.2 18.4 19.7 25.5 10.6 9.0 25.5 17.0 21.5 30.4 11. COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 Number of units 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads. 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer 25ı4 1 6 7 3 4 Construction data A-2YF(L)2Y Number of pairs x2x0.2 18.2 16.9 15.6 36.7 27.6 9.9 16.7 12.5 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 x2x0.3 11.5 12.2 10.7 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 External diameter approx.6 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 x2x0.8 36.4 13.0 22. mm 8.2 30.4 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 x2x0.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● jelly filling ● laminated sheath.7 30.9 26.0 30.9 22.

A-2Y(L)2Y A-2Y(L)2Y A-2Y(L)2Y A-2Y(L)2Y ..5 x2x0.4 and 0..4 0.5mm cables with cores 0..km 48 nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V Wrapping Screen Sheath 150V cables with cores 0.4 x2x0.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max. .5mm. in cable ducts and conduit. diameter Color coding Number of quad A2Y (L)2Y StIII Bd Type codes outdoor cable polyethylene (PE) insulation laminated sheath star quad in local cables unit type stranding 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 186 ELKABEL . ... of PE compound low density with 2..6mm.. 0. as well as for interior installations.screen Operating voltage peak value 0. x2x0. thickness not less than 0.4 mm . . Insulation resistance min.7mm 220V Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C mobile -40∞C ‰Ó +60∞C fixed 10 x cable Minimum bending radius approx.7 St St St St III III III III Bd Bd Bd Bd similar to VDE 0816/part 1 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals. 0. wire-wire wire .5mm 150 95Ω/km 0.6 x2x0.. These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in conjunction with the appropriate safety precautions.6 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max. one side coat ed with copolymer and 1 tinned cop per wire with diameter 0.7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads laid up to a basic unit the units are stranded into a compact cable in each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral from which the counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting with yellow supporting spiral several layers of plastic tapes of aluminum tape .6 and 0. 2 min.04mm. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.7mm 65 49Ω/km 10 GΩ. They are suitable for underground installation. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Unit marking Bare copper conductor diameter 0.5mm under the metal foil. 0. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.

5 24.5 43.7 38.7 13.5 13.0 56.4 20.4 47.8 8.3 52.0 71.7 66.8 16.7 25. 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 6 7 3 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data A-2Y(L)2Y.1 Copper weight kg/km 17 27 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 613 738 983 1235 1476 1722 1968 2454 2941 26 40 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 952 1146 1526 1918 2292 2674 3056 3813 4570 Cable weight approx kg/km 51 73 117 157 249 324 452 642 811 1002 1177 1524 1902 2252 2621 2993 3703 4413 71 97 151 215 332 449 613 880 1141 1389 1640 2161 2718 3197 3720 4247 5258 6271 Construction data A-2Y(L)2Y.5 26.7 St III Bd6 External diameter approx mm 9. Number of pairs x2x0.9 16.4 45.1 40.9 76.6 64.7 60.1 18.0 65.0 29.7 26..6 51.1 54.5 27.7 37.5 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 External diameter approx mm 7.7 32.6 11.3 Copper weight kg/km 36 57 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1371 1650 2197 2761 3300 3851 4401 5491 48 77 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 1865 2245 2990 3757 4491 5240 Cable weight approx kg/km 86 120 212 291 469 619 852 1252 1601 1980 2342 3094 3913 4607 5357 6111 7565 107 152 277 390 614 816 1150 1665 2165 2676 3222 4239 5286 6274 7297 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 ELKABEL 187 .9 40.6 61.7 22.2 64.7 69.1 22...1 22.9 40.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath.8 10. COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads.9 33.5 30.9 19.6 31.4 31.2 76.9 35.3 10.1 51.0 69.2 15.6 49.4 15.1 11.3 52.4 20.7 36.5 10. Number of pairs x2x0.4 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0.6 St III Bd 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 x2x0.3 17.7 9.4 8.7 12..0 47.9 50.4 44.1 42.

6 mm and 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max...8mm 73. each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of aluminum tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter : 0.J-Y(St)Y .km 100nF/km Sheath 300pF/100m 800V 800V 300V Color coding Number of pairs.2Ω 100MΩ..4mm for cables up to 10 pairs 0. They are suitable for fixed indoor installation and for external walls of buildings. x2x0. Type codes installation cable insulation or sheath of PVC static screen laid up in layers 0. wire . The use of these cables for power installations and underground installation is not permitted. resistance of the loop at 20∞C . The screen of metal foil protects the cable from external electrical interferences.wire wire . The pairs are counted successively commencing at the outside and counting inwards in the same manner throught all layers 1 6 11 16 21 26 31 36 41 46 2 7 12 17 22 27 32 37 42 47 3 8 13 18 23 28 33 38 43 48 4 9 14 19 24 29 34 39 44 49 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 51 56 61 66 71 76 81 86 91 96 52 57 62 67 72 77 82 87 92 97 53 58 63 68 73 78 83 88 93 98 54 59 64 69 74 79 84 89 94 99 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 Identification of the a-wire for the first pair (counting pair) is red in each layer . 1 min.max.6 130 0. Test voltage 50Hz. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen bare copper conductor diameter 0.8mm PVC insulation type YI1 according to VDE 0207 part 4. -5∞C ‰Ó+50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó+70∞C 7.screen Operating voltage peak value Colors b-wire blue yellow green brown black blue yellow green brown black Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.8 Lg according to VDE 0815 INSTALLATION CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Application These cables are used for installation of equipment of telephone stations.6mm for cables exceeding 10 pairs of PVC compound type YM1 according to VDE 0207 part 5. x2x0. grey color according to RAL 7032 Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.5 x cable diameter JY (St) Lg 188 ELKABEL .6 Lg J-Y(St)Y .. Insulation resistance min.max. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1. and white for all other pairs .

9 Copper weight kg/km 20 30 39 58 77 96 117 154 192 230 287 382 477 951 Cable weight approx.4 22.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● static screen ● sheath of PVC. kg/km 69 86 98 153 172 222 254 323 386 464 566 720 906 1689 ELKABEL 189 .3 10. INSTALLATION CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Cable core construction Number of pairs 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 15 16 20 24 30 40 50 100 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 5 5 1 2 4 1 4 2 2 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 8 10 7 10 8 13 14 16 13 15 14 19 21 20 25 31 Construction data J-Y (St) Y Number of pairs External diameter approx mm x2x0.9 35.0 6.8 15.1 13.7 11.4 12.8 13.5 16.2 6.9 Copper weight kg/km 12 17 23 33 44 55 67 88 109 131 163 216 269 536 Cable weight approx.4 9.1 9.4 8.0 9.6 Lg 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 16 20 24 30 40 50 100 5.1 10.7 15.7 7.6 25.7 20.7 8.9 18. kg/km 43 52 57 85 97 116 126 168 198 229 291 368 460 819 x2x0.8 Lg 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 16 20 24 30 40 50 100 Construction data J-Y (St) Y Number of pairs External diameter approx mm 6.5 23.3 16.4 10.9 12.

e. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement..25 0.....2mm 1. : Insulation resistance min.2mm 1. resistance at 20∞C .75mm2 = 24x0.. flexible 0. Test voltage 50Hz. LiYY . Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed 150pF/m 200 ΩM .15mm 0.75 1.LiYY .mm2 0.1 13 max.. without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires. LiYY .00mm2 = 32x0..50mm2 = 16x0.25mm2 = 14x0.part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 Type of lay-up cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound type YM1 according to VDE 0207 part 5 gray.. x0.25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207. information and transmission systems.insulation or sheath of PVC 190 ELKABEL .50mm2 / 900V According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section .50mm2 = 30x0. These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems. x0.g. in industrial electronics.34 0.stranded wire conductor Y .25mm 0.. 1 min.75mm2 / 900V LiYY . x0..5 Cond. x0.km 2500V 900V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 10 x cable diameter Color coding Number of color wires 1 white 2 brown 3 green 4 yellow 5 gray Number of color wires 6 pink 7 blue 8 red 9 black 10 violet Minimum bending radius Type codes Li . Ω/km: Capacitance (core/core) 120 120 150 150 150 150 pF/m Insulation Core identification Wrapping Sheath Sheath color Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.2mm 0.50 0. x1..00mm2 / 900V LiYY .34mm2 / 900V.50mm2 / 900V LiYY .25mm2 / 900V. x1.78 57 39 25.5 19.34mm2 = 7x0. office machines and precision mechanics.0 1.

.5 19.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.0 Cable weight approx.0 7.4 5.8 14.4 4.4 6.0 139.0 23..0 45.0 25. mm x0.0 26.5 56. kg/km 32 43 54 66 77 88 99 110 135 39 52 66 80 95 107 122 158 175 53 73 93 114 158 176 200 221 245 ELKABEL 191 .0 28.3 5.0 57.5 42.0 71.0 21.0 11.7 3.0 65.6 8.0 35.6 Copper weight kg/km 14. mm 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.0 64.0 58.2 5.4 7.0 75.1 83.1 16.6 7.0 26.7 4.0 82.7 6.9 4.8 5. Number of wires External diameter approx. kg/km x0.0 11.0 32.3 11.0 95.0 75..2 10.0 66.4 5.0 16.5 50.5 9.0 90.0 42.4 8.0 35.2 Copper weight kg/km 4.7 6.0 35. External diameter approx.0 45.0 19.2 4.5 6.0 28. FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Construction data LiYY.0 6.4 7.9 4.7 7.8 6.0 10.6 4.6 6.9 5.9 7.0 69.0 7.0 20.0 42.1 7.0 9.0 30.0 53.8 8.75 16.0 Number of wires Construction data LiYY.3 20.5 8.5 35.2 18.2 5.0 40.0 47.1 4.3 6.5 12.0 32..8 13.4 5.25 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.0 97.8 13.0 111.0 125.2 10.0 22.6 4.0 5.0 30.9 6.0 39.2 3.0 19.0 47.0 23.3 22.0 57.0 42.0 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.0 65.0 53.1 5.0 50.8 85.5 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2/ 5.0 Cable weight approx.1 30.5 7.7 6.50 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2/ 3.5 38.9 4.4 9.8 10.0 25.9 5.34 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.0 28.5 8.0 36.0 55.0 48.0 26.4 6.

mm 6.5 9.. Number of wires x0.g.8 9. without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor Insulation Core identification Type of lay-up Wrapping Sheath Sheath color plain Cu wires. Number of wires x0. in industrial electronics.8 10.2 PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.0 71.0 7.. information and transmission systems... pF/m core/core: Mutual capacitance at 150pF/m 800Hz-max.0 17.50mm2 / 1500V LiYY .50 Cross section .0 43.km 3000V 1500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 10 x cable diameter 0. Ω/km: 120 Capacitance..3 42.9 10.5 35.4 22.8 Copper weight kg/km 8.LiYY .2 0. : Insulation resistance min. x0.6 7.3 35.0 30. 1 min.0 max.75mm2 / 1500V according to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC. resistance at 20∞C . Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required.3 8. mm 5.75 25. office machines and precision mechanics.75 mm2/ 1500 V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 External diameter approx.0 26. part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound type YM1 according to VDE 0207 part 5 gray.8 6.insulation or sheath of PVC Construction data LiYY.mm2 Cond.3 12.50mm2 = 16x0. RAL 7032 Technical data 0.75mm2 = 24x0.8 11. kg/km 42 56 70 85 123 136 154 170 188 192 ELKABEL .50 mm2/1500 V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 External diameter approx.6 7.3 6.6 8.0 39. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius 200 ΩM .5 5.4 50.5 120 Color coding Number of color wires 1 white 2 brown 3 green 4 yellow 5 gray Number of color wires 6 pink 7 blue 8 red 9 black 10 violet Type codes Li .2 28.. kg/km 31 40 50 60 70 79 90 123 136 Construction data LiYY. flexible 0...0 9.0 56.39.0 64. These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems.4 Copper weight kg/km 14.stranded wire conductor Y .0 Cable weight approx.8 13. x0. e.3 7.2 21. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement. Test voltage 50Hz.4 Cable weight approx.

0 55.8 9.9 5.5 14.34 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 x2õ05 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 External diameter approx.7 7..0 38. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement. Test voltage 50Hz.25mm2 = 14x0. Insulation resistance min. kg/km 32 60 102 127 152 39 94 122 152 182 53 126 167 210 154 ELKABEL 193 .2x0.6 8.2mm 1. 1 min. 0.0 18.00mm2 = 32x0.1 7.2 35..8 23. Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required.km 2000V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 10 x cable diameter Construction data LiYY.. flexible 0.2mm 0. LiYY .0 Cable weight approx.8 11.3 6. resistance at 20∞C max.2 28.5 78 57 39 25. K1 max.part 4 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair color coded according to DIN 47 100 the pairs are stranded into layer plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound type YM1 accord ing to VDE 0207 part 5 gray.9 5.7 6.75mm2 = 24x0.75 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 x2õ1..g.1 Copper weight kg/km 14. Number of pairs x2õ0.3 111.2x0.3 10.8 11..7 17.8 9. office machines and precision mechanics..4 4.4 9.6 56. Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires.2 Copper weight kg/km 4.50mm2 = 30x0.0 44.. mm 5.50 0.1 7.7 7.1 11..9 6. Ω/km: Capacitance (core/core) pF/m Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius 200 ΩM .2x0.75mm 2 LiYY .15mm 0.7 6. External diameter approx.25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.1 139.0 11.0 19.2x0.4 5..5 2.25 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 2x0.4 42.1 13 120 120 150 150 150 150 150pF/m Insulation Pairs Core identification Cable core Wrapping Sheath Sheath color Capacitance unbalances at 300pF/m 800Hz.0 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 2x1.34 0.50mm 2.mm2 Cond..4 9.2x1.7 5.25mm 2. e.5 83.9 3. LiYY .34mm 2.0 76.50mm2 = 16x0..0 14.4 11. mm 3.3 10. information and transmission systems. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section . These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems..0 Cable weight approx. LiYY .0 56..0 8.8 14.2x1.9 10.9 71.25 0..0 28. without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms.6 12.1 6.5 19.25mm 0.0 1.2mm 1.5 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 Construction data LiYY.5 26.1 6.. in industrial electronics.5 9.34mm2 = 7x0.00mm 2 LiYY ..75 1. kg/km 28 36 45 54 16 15 26 32 39 47 25 45 60 98 116 Number of pairs 2x0.0 95.50mm 2 according to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.LiYY .

.75 1. 5 0 m m 2. x 0 . x 1 .15mm 0. . Ω/km: Capacitance .km 1200V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Insulation Core identification Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath color Color coding Number of wires 1 Type codes Li . e.2mm 0. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section . 5 m m 2 According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Application These screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required and transmission of the data must be continuous. . .25mm 0.5 78 57 39 25.insulation or sheath of PVC C .25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.screen of copper wire braid 2 3 4 5 color white brown green yellow gray Number of wires 6 7 8 9 10 pink blue red black violet color 194 ELKABEL .50mm2 = 16x0.25 0.00mm2 = 32x0. 85% of PVC compound type YM1 accord ing to VDE 0207 part 5 gray. x 0 .50mm2 = 30x0. „˙‚͇‚ 0. L i Y C Y . x 0 . .34mm2 = 7x0. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius 0. part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 Type of lay-up cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping braid of tinned copper wires. 3 4 m m 2. Test voltage 50Hz. in industrial electronics.5 19.L i Y C Y .75mm2 = 24x0. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation in dry rooms Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor ωÂÌ. pF/m (core/core) (core/screen) Insulation resistance min. .0 1. . 85% provides protection against external pulses. . 2 5 m m 2.2mm 1. x 0 . 7 5 m m 2 L i Y C Y .stranded wire conductor Y . The overall braided screen. coverage approx.25mm2 = 14x0.34 0. resistance at 20∞C max. 0 m m 2 L i Y C Y . These cables are suitable for voice communication in telecommunications systems. . . office machines and precision mechanics.2mm 1. L i Y C Y . .1 13 110 110 120 130 130 130 220 250 260 320 350 360 200 ΩM . 1 min. information and transmission systems. L i Y C Y .mm2 Cond. consisting of tinned copper wires with a visible coverage of approx.50 0. x 1 . .g.

3 6.5 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2 4.6 7.1 4.1 9.5 7.6 5.8 3.6 8.3 6.1 4.7 6.8 10.3 6.8 Copper weight kg/km 14 16 20 23 25 29 39 44 47 17 22 25 30 38 42 50 55 62 22 26 35 46 52 55 65 72 77 Cable weight approx.34 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 õ0.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.4 5.8 5.5 9. Number of wires External diameter approx.0 7.1 5.7 6..3 6.6 5.2 5.6 5.8 10..3 5.4 9..25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.8 10. kg/km 26 32 37 42 49 52 68 76 78 34 43 52 62 73 83 101 112 120 38 46 60 75 86 90 110 125 148 x0.4 9.75 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 õ1.4 4.9 7. ● with Cu screen FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Construction data LiYCY.6 5.4 9.0 6.2 5.0 6.3 4.5 7.4 7..0 5. kg/km 55 65 79 92 112 117 142 180 185 56 70 83 100 120 125 174 190 196 56 70 83 100 120 125 174 190 196 ELKABEL 195 .7 8.7 5.7 6.0 6.0 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.4 5.5 9.5 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2 Number of wires Construction data LiYCY.9 6.9 7. mm 5.0 7.3 6. mm õ0.6 Copper weight kg/km 35 42 52 60 75 80 89 97 108 35 45 53 64 75 83 93 101 112 35 45 53 64 75 83 93 101 112 Cable weight approx.5 7.0 7.9 4. External diameter approx.

part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair The pairs are stranded info layers plastic foil overlapping braid of tinned copper wires. Ω/km: Capacitance .50mm2 = 16x0. consisting of tinned copper wires with a visible coverage of approx. 85% of PVC compound type YM1 accord ing to VDE 0207 part 5 gray.25 0. According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Application These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunication systems.km 300pF/100m 1200V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Insulation Core identification Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath color Color coding Number of pairs Type codes Li . The twisted pairs with optimum pair and layer pitch prevent mutual interaction from neighboring conductor circuits.screen of copper wire braid 1 2 3 4 5 white green gray blue black a-wire brown yellow pink red violet b .0 1...50mm 2 LiYCY .x2 x1.. pF/m core/core 110 110 120 130 130 130 core/screen 220 250 260 320 350 360 Mutual capacitance 150pF/m at 800Hz-max. 1 min. Insulation resistance min. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation in dry and moist rooms.20 1.50mm2 = 30x0.. LiYCY .20 1. 85% provides protection against external pulses...00mm 2 LiYCY .5 19. for pulse.stranded wire conductor Y .25mm 2.75mm2 = 24x0.25 0. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section in mm2 0.00mm2 = 32x0..5 Cond.50 0.15 0.34 0.50mm 2.75 1. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius 200 ΩM . resistance at 20∞C 78 57 39 25.x2 x0.75mm 2..insulation or sheath of PVC C .1 13 max. coverage approx. LiYCY . Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires.wire 196 ELKABEL . signal and data transmission applications.25 PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.x2 x0.25mm2 = 14x0...x2 x0.x2 x1. The overall braided screen.LiYCY . flexible 0. Capacitance unbalances at 800 Hz K1 max Test voltage 50Hz.

1 8.1 2õ0.25 mm2 2x0.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.8 11.5 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 4.5 9.9 6.0 11.4 11.3 10.9 7.7 7.8 14.5 mm2 ELKABEL 197 . ● with Cu screen FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Number of pairs External diameter approx.6 12..0 6.9 10.4 9.1 6. kg/km 26 49 60 72 85 40 80 100 133 155 55 115 138 165 195 58 130 160 198 230 79 170 215 265 310 2õ0.3 6.1 7.8 9. mm Copper weight kg/km 15 29 38 44 55 20 40 48 80 93 35 62 75 95 115 38 72 95 117 140 52 98 130 160 195 Cable weight approx.2 5.1 11.75 mm2 2x1. Construction data LiYCY.3 10..4 9.5 4.0 mm2 2õ1.1 5.

Ω/km: Capacitance (core/core) 120 120 150 150 150 150 pF/m Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.stranded wire conductor Y .2mm 1.25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207. Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires..LiYY-fr .34mm2 = 7x0. : Insulation resistance min.50mm2 = 16x0. LiYY-fr ..00mm2 = 32x0.75 1.75mm2 = 24x0..25 0. x0.. when require non-proliferation of flames.2mm 1. Category C 10 x cable diameter Insulation Core identification Wrapping Sheath Sheath color Color coding Number of wires Type codes Li .25mm 0. LiYY-fr . RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section . MΩ. x0.part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 Type of lay-up cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound flame retardant and reduced corrosive gas emmission gray.km Test voltage 50Hz.75mm2 / 900V LiYY-fr .5 Cond.50mm2 / 900V According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS. flexible 0.50mm2 / 900V.50 0.5 19.15mm 0.0 1.78 57 39 25. resistance at 20∞C . flame retardant 1 2 3 4 5 color white brown green yellow gray Number of wires 6 7 8 9 10 pink blue red black violet color 198 ELKABEL . without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms.sheath of PVC. 1 min.g.34 0.25mm2 / 900V..mm2 0. x0..25mm2 = 14x0. office machines and precision mechanics.1 13 max. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Flame retardancy Minimum bending radius 150 200 2500 900 -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C BDS IEC 332-3 . in industrial electronics. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement. x1. These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems. e... FLAME RETARDANT Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required.34mm2 / 900V.. x1...2mm 0. x0.insulation of PVC Y-fr .00mm2 / 900V LiYY-fr .50mm2 = 30x0. information and transmission systems. LiYY-fr ..

0 45.9 5.5 6.1 7. kg/km 32 43 54 66 77 88 99 110 135 39 52 66 80 95 107 122 158 175 53 73 93 114 158 176 200 221 245 ELKABEL 199 .7 7.7 6.0 19.0 66.5 9.9 7. Number of wires External diameter approx.0 47.0 28.0 28.0 36.0 42.1 5.0 22.9 4.7 6.8 6.9 4. Number of wires External diameter approx.5 8.4 4.1 16.0 111.8 13.4 7.0 48.0 90.7 3.0 39.0 10.5 19.0 57.0 35.1 4.0 64.0 50.3 20.4 6.0 11.0 53.0 7.0 125.4 7.7 4.8 85.6 4.2 10.0 82.0 139.0 97.5 8.0 x0.2 4..9 4.0 Cable weight approx.9 6.1 30.8 8.3 6.0 75.4 5. mm x0.4 6.0 35.4 5..9 5..0 6.0 Cable weight approx.0 23.4 9.2 18.0 65. mm 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.0 40.6 4.0 35.0 45.2 Copper weight kg/km 4.2 10.2 5.5 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2/ 5.5 38.0 58.8 10.0 55.7 6. kg/km 16.5 35.0 71.0 30.0 26.8 13.25 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.0 26.0 28.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data LiYY-fr. FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS.4 5.0 7.5 42.0 42.0 20.3 22.0 16.0 26.5 56.34 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.2 3.5 12.0 69.8 5.0 42.3 11.0 25.0 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.0 57.0 47.0 65.0 32.0 21.6 Copper weight kg/km 14.6 6.2 5.6 8.0 23.0 5.3 5.4 8.0 25.0 53..0 19.1 83.6 7.0 75.0 95.0 11.8 14.0 9.50 mm2/ 900V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2/ 3.5 50.5 7.0 30.0 32.75 Construction data LiYY-fr.

part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 Type of lay-up: cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound flame retardant and reduced corrosive gas emmission gray. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement.2 PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.5 120 Color coding Type codes Li .75mm2 / 1500V according to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS FLAME RETARDANT Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required. 1 min.2 0..75mm2 = 24x0.75 25. in industrial electronics.. when require non-proliferation of flames.50mm2 = 16x0. LiYY-fr . Insulation resistance min. These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems.insulation of PVC Y-fr . information and transmission systems.50 Cond..km 3000V 1500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C BDS IEC 332-3 Category C 10 x cable diameter 0. without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms. x0. flame retardant Number of wires 1 2 3 4 5 color white brown green yellow gray Number of wires 6 7 8 9 10 pink blue red black violet color 200 ELKABEL . Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Flame retardancy Minimum bending radius 150pF/m 200 ΩM .stranded wire conductor Y ..LiYY-fr .39. e.g.sheath of PVC. Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor Insulation Core identification Wrapping Sheath Sheath color plain Cu wires. Test voltage 50Hz. office machines and precision mechanics.mm2 0.0 max. pF/m core/core: Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max. Ω/km: 120 Capacitance. resistance at 20∞C . RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section . x0.50mm2 / 1500V. flexible 0.

4 14. kg/km 31 40 50 60 70 79 90 123 136 42 56 70 85 123 136 154 170 188 ELKABEL 201 .6 7.0 39. mm x0.4 50.50 VZZ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0.0 64.4 22.5 35.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.0 17.0 26.0 9.8 11.0 Cable weight approx.0 7.6 8.2 21.6 7.3 6.3 35.3 12.8 6. FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS FLAME RETARDANT Construction data LiYY-fr. Number of wires External diameter approx.8 6.0 56..5 5.0 43.0 71.4 Copper weight kg/km 8.8 9.3 42.5 9.9 10.2 28.3 7.8 13.8 10.3 8.0 30.75 mm2/1500 V2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2/1500 5..

. office machines and precision mechanics. information and transmission systems. e.2x0.sheath of PVC.34mm2 = 7x0.2x1... LiYY-fr . resistance at 20∞C max. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section .25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.25mm2 = 14x0..2mm 1. flexible 0. without tensile load and without forced movement in dry rooms.5 57 39 25. LiYY-fr . K1 max Insulation resistance min. MΩ.34mm 2.00mm 2 LiYY-fr. Category C 10 x cable diameter Insulation Pairs Core identification Cable core Wrapping Sheath Sheath color Color coding Type codes Li stranded wire conductor Y insulation of PVC Y-fr .34 0. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Flame retardancy Minimum bending radius 0.2mm 0. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation for unimpeded movement.km Test voltage 50Hz.. These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunications systems.mm2 Cond. Ω/km: Capacitance (core/core) pF/m Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.0 1. 1 min.1 13 120 120 150 150 150 150 78 150 300 200 2000V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C BDS IEC 332-3 .50mm 2 according to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS FLAME RETARDANT Application These non-screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required.75 1.2x0.2x1. in industrial electronics.2mm 1.75mm2 = 24x0.00mm2 = 32x0....2x0.50 0.50mm2 = 30x0.25 0.15mm 0.2x0..LiYY-fr ...25mm 2.. LiYY-fr .part 4 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair color coded according to DIN 47 100 the pairs are stranded into layer plastic foil overlapping of PVC compound flame retardant and reduced corrosive gas emmission gray.g.5 19. when require non-proliferation of flames. flame retardant Number of a-wire pairs 1 white 2 green 3 gray 4 blue 5 black b .25mm 0. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz .50mm 2.wire brown yellow pink red violet 202 ELKABEL . Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires.75mm 2 LiYY-fr .50mm2 = 16x0.

0 38. Number of pairs External diameter approx.4 9.1 6.5 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 2x0. Number of pairs External diameter approx.75 mm2 Construction data LiYY-fr.0 55.4 5.3 10.25 1 2 3 4 5 2x0..7 7.9 5.0 Cable weight approx.8 9.2 35.4 4.7 7.7 17.0 44.9 71.0 95.7 6..5 83.34 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 x2õ0.9 6.9 10. kg/km 28 36 45 54 16 15 26 32 39 47 25 45 60 98 116 1 2 3 4 5 x2õ1.3 111.1 7.1 139.7 6.0 Cable weight approx.1 Copper weight kg/km 14. mm 5.5 2.4 11. mm x2õ0.6 8.9 3.8 9.8 11.6 12.0 56.2 Copper weight kg/km 4.0 28.4 9.8 11.5 14.1 6.0 76.1 7.5 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 mm2 3.2 28.4 42.3 10.1 11..0 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 2x1.5 26.0 19.7 5.5 9.8 23. kg/km 32 60 102 127 152 39 94 122 152 182 53 126 167 210 154 ELKABEL 203 .0 8.0 18.0 11.9 5.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS FLAME RETARDANT Construction data LiYY-fr.3 6..8 14.0 14.6 56.

RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section .75 1..sheath of PVC.stranded wire conductor Y .0mm2 LiYCY-fr. The overall braided screen. 1 min. 85% of PVC compound fire retardant and reduced corrosive gas emmission gray.5mm 2 According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS..25mm 0.2mm 1.5 Cond. Test voltage 50Hz.34 0.75mm 2 LiYCY-fr . e. information and transmission systems. x0. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation in dry rooms.50mm 2.1 13 Capacitance .... resistance at 20∞C max.34mm2 LiYCY-fr .25 0. LiYCY-fr . flame retardant Number of wires 1 2 3 4 5 color white brown green yellow gray Number of wires 6 7 8 9 10 color pink blue red black violet 204 ELKABEL . ͇Ú„Óˡ "—" 15 x ‰Ë‡ÏÂÚ˙‡ ̇ ͇·Â· Insulation Core identification Type of lay-up Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath color Color coding Type codes Li . flexible 0. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Flame retardancy Minimum bending radius 200 ΩM . x0.00mm2 = 32x0. Ω/km: 78 57 39 25....34mm2 = 7x0.25mm 2.75mm2 = 24x0.25mm PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207.2mm 1. FLAME RETARDANT Application These screened flexible control and interconnecting cables are used in instrumentation and control engineering where low current consumptions are required and transmission of the data must be continuous. x1. coverage approx.0 1. x1. when require non-proliferation of flames.50mm2 = 16x0.5 19.km 1200V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C ¡ƒ— IEC 332-3 . LiYCY-fr . x0.50mm2 = 30x0.2mm 0.g.mm2 0. consisting of tinned copper wires with a visible coverage of approx. part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch plastic foil overlapping braid of tinned copper wires. office machines and precision mechanics..15mm 0. These cables are suitable for voice communication in telecommunications systems.. pF/m (core/core) 110 110 120 130 130 130 (core/screen) 220 250 260 320 350 360 Insulation resistance min. Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires. 85% provides protection against external pulses.25mm2 = 14x0.insulation of PVC C ..screen of copper wire braid Y-fr . x0..50 0.LiYCY-fr . in industrial electronics.

1 9.3 6.5 7.8 5. kg/km 55 65 79 92 112 117 142 180 185 56 70 83 100 120 125 174 190 196 56 70 83 100 120 125 174 190 196 ELKABEL 205 .1 4.4 5.5 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2 Construction data LiYCY-fr.0 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x1.8 10.9 7.0 6.5 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 mm2 4.25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x0..0 7.7 6.4 5.3 6.2 5.6 7.1 5.8 Copper weight kg/km 14 16 20 23 25 29 39 44 47 17 22 25 30 38 42 50 55 62 22 26 35 46 52 55 65 72 77 Cable weight approx..0 7.8 3.6 5.6 5.6 8.1 4.6 5.4 7.5 9. ● with Cu screen ● FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS.4 9.6 Copper weight kg/km 35 42 52 60 75 80 89 97 108 35 45 53 64 75 83 93 101 112 35 45 53 64 75 83 93 101 112 Cable weight approx.8 10.0 5.4 4..0 7.3 4. Number of wires External diameter approx. Number of wires External diameter approx..3 6.3 6.75 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 õ1.9 7.3 6.8 10.7 8.4 9.34 mm2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 õ0.4 9.9 4.2 5.6 5.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers sheath of PVC.7 6.5 7.5 7.0 6.7 6.5 9. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data LiYCY-fr.9 6. mm õ0. mm 5.3 5. kg/km 26 32 37 42 49 52 68 76 78 34 43 52 62 73 83 101 112 120 38 46 60 75 86 90 110 125 148 x0.7 5.0 6.

50 26 19..20 1.x2 x0. Ω/km: 80 39 Capacitance ..00mm 2 LiYCY-fr . for pulse.sheath of PVC.15 0.25 0.wire brown yellow pink red violet 206 ELKABEL .. 85% of PVC compound fire retardant and reduced corrosive gas emmission gray.x2 x1. Capacitance unbalances at 800 Hz K1 max Test voltage 50Hz.0 1.50mm2 = 30x0.75mm2 According to VDE 0812 FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS. 1 min. pF/m core/core 130 150 core/screen 220 260 Mutual capacitance 150pF/m at 800Hz-max. Insulation resistance min. consisting of tinned copper wires with a visible coverage of approx.25 0. LiYCY-fr . flame retardant Number of a-wire pairs 1 white 2 green 3 gray 4 blue 5 black b . coverage approx. Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Flame retardancy Minimum bending radius 0. RAL 7032 Technical data Cross section in mm2 0.x2 x1..3 150 150 150 300 300 300 Insulation Core identification Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath color 200 ΩM .25mm2 = 14x0.5 13..LiYCY-fr.. These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation in dry and moist rooms .x2 x0.km 300pF/100m 1200V 500V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C BDS IEC 332-3 ..50 Cond.50mm 2.. Category C 15 x cable diameter Colour coding Li Y C Y-fr Type codes stranded wire conductor insulation of PVC screen of copper wire braid .. flexible 0. The overall braided screen. FLAME RETARDANT Application These cables are ideal for voice communication in telecommunication systems.75mm2 = 24x0. signal and data transmission applications.20 1.25 PVC insulation type YI2 according to VDE 0207. 85% provides protection against external pulses. resistance at 20∞C max.50mm2 = 16x0.x2 x0. Cable construction Conductor Construction of conductor plain Cu wires.. when require non-proliferation of flames. LiYCY-fr .50mm 2 LiYCY-fr.00mm2 = 32x0. The twisted pairs with optimum pair and layer pitch prevent mutual interaction from neighboring conductor circuits.75 1.25mm 2. part 4 color coded according to DIN 47 100 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair The pairs are stranded info layers plastic foil overlapping braid of tinned copper wires.

8 11.9 10. Construction data LiYCY-fr.5 mm2 ELKABEL 207 .3 10.8 14.1 2õ0.6 12.9 6.0 11.3 10.5 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 4.4 9.7 7.4 11.2 5. kg/km 26 49 60 72 85 40 80 100 133 155 55 115 138 165 195 58 130 160 198 230 79 170 215 265 310 2õ0.0 6..8 9.5 9.3 6.9 7.5 4. ● with Cu screen ● FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS.1 7.1 5.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers sheath of PVC.25 mm2 2x0.1 8.0 mm2 2õ1.. FLAME RETARDANT Number of pairs External diameter approx mm Copper weight kg/km 15 29 38 44 55 20 40 48 80 93 35 62 75 95 115 38 72 95 117 140 52 98 130 160 195 Cable weight approx.75 mm2 2x1.4 9.1 6.1 11.

2mm 1.1/1.. nominal area: 0. 1 min.7/0.class 1 .8mm 1.5mm2. x2x0.5mm2.. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor according to BS 6746.5 mm2/1 class Lg RE-2Y(St)Y .5 mm2/5 class Lg RE-2Y(St)Y . The use of these cables for power installations and underground installation is not permitted. The low operating capacity makes possible data transfer to long distances.. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings. x2x1.7 75 12.5 mm2/2 class Lg according to BS 5308 part 1 Application These cables are used for computers and process control in industrial plant.km 250pF/250m 1000V 1000V 300V 0∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -40∞C ‰Ó +65∞C 7.8 75 1.. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1.class 2 . 36. Test voltage 50Hz.wire wire . x2x0..4 75 39.5 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2(quad) 5 5 10 2 8 15 5 10 20 1 6 13 30 4 10 16 50 4 10 15 21 Type codes RE 2Y (St) Y Lg control cable PE insulation static screen PVC sheath laid up in layers 208 ELKABEL . The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals.0 mm2/1 class Lg RE-2Y(St)Y . nF/km Insulation resistance min.class 1 ..5/1 Cond. resistance maxΩ/km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.0/1 0.5mm2 of PVC compound type TM1 according to BS 6746.1/0..0mm2.5/2 18.5/5 1.5mm2.13mm 0. wire . colored black Technical data Cross section in mm2/class 0.53 PE insulation type 03 according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of aluminum tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0.16/0.3 85 Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath 5 GΩ.max. x2x1..class 5 .screen Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES RE-2Y(St)Y .max.

wire white white white white white red red red red red b . Number of pairs External diameter approx. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a .PE insulation ● pairs stranded in layers of PVC.3 27.2Y(St)Y.3 16.4 17.2 10.1 6. Color coding ● static screen ● sheath INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Pair no..1 7.4 42.8 15.wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow b .5 23.7 13 22 49 94 139 184 274 454 34 64 152 300 448 597 893 1485 40 57 135 236 327 414 605 965 67 112 269 490 714 921 1354 2211 ELKABEL 209 .6 28.2Y(St)Y.wire blue orange green brown gray blue orange green brown gray Construction data RE .3 19. mm x2x0.7 13. mm x2x0.5 ìì2 /5class Lg 1 2 5 10 15 20 30 50 x2x1.4 8.0 7. kg/km Construction data RE .5 mm2 /1class Lg 1 2 5 10 15 20 30 50 x2x1.5 7..wire blue orange green brown gray blue orange green brown gray Pair no..2 18..7 24.4 6.5 ìì2 /2class Lg 1 2 5 10 15 20 30 50 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a .0 33.6 33. Number of pairs External diameter approx.0 21.0 mm2 /1class Lg 1 2 5 10 15 20 30 50 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.5 20.5 22. kg/km 5.4 26.4 14 23 52 99 147 194 289 478 23 42 99 193 280 381 570 947 36 52 121 211 287 373 526 847 51 80 197 344 491 650 928 1547 6.0 12.6 20.1 36.1 28.9 16.5 13.

screen Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.max.class 5 . Test voltage 50Hz.5 mm 2/2 class Lg according to BS 5308 part 2 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals.5/2 12.24/0.7 250nF/m 100 ΩM .5 1. wire .53ÏÏ PVC insulation type TI1 according to BS 6746 ach 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of aluminum tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0.5ÏÏ2class 2 .max.7/0. Ω/km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.6/0. colored black Technical data Cross section in mm2/class 0.wire wire . 1 min.75 mm 2/5 class Lg RD-Y(St)Y .5/5 Cond. 39.5ÏÏ2.3 Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Cable core construction Type codes control cable insulation or sheath of PVC static screen laid up in layers Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2(quad) 5 5 10 2 8 15 5 10 20 1 6 13 RD Y (St) Lg 210 ELKABEL .x2x0.5 x cable diameter 0. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor according to BS 6746. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1.RD-Y(St)Y .5 mm 2/5 class Lg RD-Y(St)Y . resistance . nominal area: 0.2ÏÏ 0. Insulation resistance min.km 250pF/250m 1000V 1000V 300V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -40∞C ‰Ó +65∞C 7. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings.x2x0. The use of these cables for power installations and underground installation is not permitted.75ÏÏ2.2ÏÏ 1.75/5 26.x2x1.5mm2 of PVC compound type TM1 according to BS 6746.class 5 .

mm x2x0.0 21. Color coding ● static screen INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Pair no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a .5 7.3 7.4 6.75ìì2 /5class Lg x2x1.3 19.6 20.8 15.wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow b .5ìì2 /5class Lg 1 2 5 10 15 20 1 2 5 10 15 20 1 2 5 10 15 20 6.6 13 22 49 94 139 184 19 34 78 151 224 298 34 64 152 300 448 597 42 63 148 262 366 465 50 72 171 306 430 550 71 112 269 491 714 920 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.5 23.wire blue orange green brown gray blue orange green brown gray Construction data Number of pairs External diameter approx.5 13.3 16.2 17.wire white white white white white red red red red red b .PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC.1 7.7 24. kg/km x2x0.wire blue orange green brown gray blue orange green brown gray Pair no 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a .5 20.0 12.5ìì2 /5class Lg ELKABEL 211 .3 27.4 8.

resistance . 1 min.2 100nF/km 5GΩ . Test voltage 50Hz.screen L/R ratio . when require non-proliferation of flames. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1.0 0.class 2 or 5 PE insulation each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers of polyester tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0.5mm2 38. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor nominal area: 0. Flame retardance 0.5 Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Outer sheath Color Cable core construction Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 1 7 12 3 9 16 5 11 20 1 6 13 24 2 8 14 RE 2Y (St) Y-fl Type codes cable for control insulation of PE static screen sheath of PVC compound flame retardant 212 ELKABEL . Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.km 250pF/250m 1000V 1500V 25 -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +65∞C 10 x cable diameter test according to IEC 60 332-3 class C 0. resistance .75mm2 .5mm2 Cond.wire wire .class 2 or 5 0.max. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings. Insulation resistance min.50mm2 .75mm2 25.8 Cross section in mm2/class5 Cond.5mm2 of PVC compound flame retardant black Technical data Cross section in mm2/class2 0.max. wire . Ω/km 36.RE-2Y(St)Y-fl INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Standard:EN 50288-7 Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals.75mm2 25. H/ Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.max.max.

mm Nx2x0. mm Nx2x0.2Y(St)Y-fl.4 9..5mm2 / class 2.5mm2 / class 5.wire white with sequential numbering imprint white with sequential numbering imprint Construction data RE .6 13. Lg 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx. Lg 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.6 17.6 13.6 14 23 42 79 117 156 194 232 43 68 99 165 232 292 359 416 6. Number of pairs External diameter approx.wire black with sequential numbering imprint black with sequential numbering imprint b .. 1 2 a .3 6. stranded in layers ● static screen sheath of PVC flame retardant INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Colour coding Pair no.4 9.9 15..2 11.2 11.3 6.6 17.6 13 22 40 75 111 147 184 220 38 58 97 161 226 283 349 404 ELKABEL 213 .2Y(St)Y-fl.9 15. kg/km 6.3 18. Number of pairs External diameter approx.PE insulation ● ● pairs. kg/km Construction data RE ..3 18.

5mm2 of PVC compound galvanized steel wire of PVC compound fire retardant black or other colour Technical data Cross section in mm2/class2 0. Ω/km 36. 1 min. Flame retardance 38.km 250pF/250m 1000V 1500V 25 -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +65∞C 10 x cable diameter test according to IEC 60 332-3 class C 0.5mm2 Cond. metal side on the inside. resistance .5 Insulation Pairs PiMF construction: Cable core Wrapping Screen Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath Sheath color Cable core construction RE 2Y (St) Y-fl PiMF Type codes instrumental cable insulation of PE static screen sheath of PVC compound fire retardant screened pairs Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 1 7 12 3 9 16 5 11 20 1 6 13 24 2 8 14 214 ELKABEL .max. Test voltage 50Hz. Insulation resistance min.max. H/Ω Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.max. when require non-proliferation of flames.max. drain wire 0.2 120nF/km 5GΩ . foil wrapping the PiMFpairs are stranded into layers of polyester tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings. wire . resistance .wire wire . Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor nominal area: 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.75mm2 .8 Cross section in mm2/class5 0. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1.class 2 or 5 PE insulation each 2 wires are twisted to a pair wrapping of plastic foil.75mm2 25. tinned Cu.6 mm. Al-PET foil.5mm2 Cond.0 0.75mm2 25.50mm2 .screen L/R ratio .class 2 or 5 0.RE-2Y(St)Y-fl PiMF Standard: EN 50288-7 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals.

PE insulation ● pairs.8 9.7 17.4 40 73 139 205 272 338 404 38 67 128 189 250 311 372 107 167 298 417 533 655 780 105 163 291 407 520 626 760 ELKABEL 215 .6 27.8 14.wire black with sequential numbering imprint black with sequential numbering imprint b .7 17.4 10. kg/km 9. 1 2 a . mm Nx2x0.9 22.6 19.6 19.6 21. Lg 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0..2 16.3 12..9 24.9 24. Lg 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0. stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC Colour coding ● static screen INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Pair no.5mm2 /PiMF class 5.9 22.75mm2 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.2 16.3 19. Lg 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.2Y(St)Y-fl.6 21. Number of pairs External diameter approx.8 28 51 98 144 191 238 284 27 49 94 139 183 228 273 88 130 233 319 421 515 597 87 128 229 313 413 505 585 10..2Y(St)Y-fl.8 14. Lg 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0. Number of pairs External diameter approx.4 27. mm /PiMF class 2.1 23.wire white with sequential numbering imprint white with sequential numbering imprint Construction data RE .3 12.4 10.1 23.75mm2 /PiMF class 5.4 10.5mm2 /PiMF class 2. kg/km Construction data RE .3 19..

screen L/R ratio . H/ Ω Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. Test voltage 50Hz.2 Mutual capacitance at 100nF/km 800Hz-max.5 Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath Sheath color Cable core construction Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 1 7 12 3 9 16 5 11 20 1 6 13 24 2 8 14 RE 2Y (St) Y-fl SWA Type codes instrumental cable insulation of PE static screen sheath of PVC compound fire retardant galvanized steel wire 216 ELKABEL . 1 min.RE-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl Standard: EN 50288-7 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals. Ω/km 36.5mm2 of PVC compound galvanized steel wire of PVC compound fire retardant black Technical data Cross section in mm2/class2 0.8 Cross section in mm2/class5 0. wire .km Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1. resistance .0 0. 38.5mm2 Cond.max. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor nominal area: 0.class 2 or 5 PE insulation each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers of polyester tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0.class 2 or 5 0. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings.max.max. resistance .75mm2 25. when require non-proliferation of flames.75mm2 . Flame retardance 250pF/250m 1000V 1500V 25 -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +65∞C 10 x cable diameter test according to IEC 60 332-3 class C 0. Insulation resistance min.wire wire .5mm2 Cond.max.75mm2 25.50mm2 . 5GΩ .

2 13.2 24. kg/km 10.5 23 23 42 80 117 155 192 230 22 22 40 76 111 147 182 218 236 307 367 502 628 867 1001 1101 235 306 366 498 623 859 992 1090 10.7 21.PE insulation ● pairs. kg/km Construction data R≈-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl.3 12.4 18 32 60 115 171 227 285 341 17 30 56 109 161 213 268 321 224 331 409 573 731 1005 1166 1304 223 329 406 566 721 992 1149 1284 ELKABEL 217 .2 13.8 16. mm Nx2x0.8 26. Number of pairs External diameter approx..7 24.0 22..8 16. stranded in layers ● static screen of PVC ● armoured ● sheat of PVC Colour coding ● bedding INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Pair no.wire black with sequential numbering imprint black with sequential numbering imprint b .5 10.5 17.75mm2 / class 2 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0.4 18.5 17.1 14.7 21.4 18.. 1 2 a .4 10.3 23.. mm Nx2x0.5mm2 / class 5 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.75mm2 / class 5 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.2 24.8 26.6 13.6 13.5mm2 / class 2 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0.4 20.4 20.1 14.3 23.wire white with sequential numbering imprint white with sequential numbering imprint Construction data R≈-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl. Number of pairs External diameter approx.0 22.7 24.3 12.

5mm2 Cond. drain wire 0.5mm2 of PVC compound galvanized steel wire of PVC compound flame retardant black or other colour Technical data Cross section in mm2/class2 0.5mm2 Cond.km 0. Test voltage 50Hz.5 Insulation Pairs PiMF construction: Cable core Wrapping Screen Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath Sheath color Capacitance unbalances at 250pF/250m 800Hz K1. wire .RE-2Y(St)YSWAY-fl . Al-PET foil. resistance .max.6 mm. armour Number Number of pairs in centre and successive layers of pairs First layer Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 1 7 12 3 9 16 5 11 20 1 6 13 24 2 8 14 218 ELKABEL . foil wrapping the PiMF pairs are stranded into layers of polyester tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0. 1 min. 38.75mm2 . resistance . metal side on the inside.class 2 or 5 0.75mm2 25.max.max.2 100nF/km 5GΩ . when require non-proliferation of flames. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor nominal area: 0.wire wire . tinned Cu. H/Ω Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings .class 2 or 5 PE insulation each 2 wires are twisted to a pair wrapping of plastic foil. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.0 0.50mm2 .PiMF Standard: EN 50288-7 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals. Insulation resistancemin.75mm2 25.8 Cross section in mm2/class5 0.screen L/R ratio . Flame retardance 1000V 1500V 25 300V -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +65∞C 10 x cable diameter test according to IEC 60 332-3 class C Cable core construction Type codes RE 2Y (St) Y-fl PiMF SWA data cable insulation of PE static screen sheath of PVC compound fire retardant screened pairs galvanized steel wire . Ω/km 36.max.

kg/km 14.2Y(St)YSWAY-fl Number of pairs External diameter approx.9 17 22.4 27.7 23.4 25.2Y(St)YSWAY-fl Number of pairs External diameter approx.3 25.6 19.75mm2 / PiMF class 2 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0.9 14.6 40 73 138 204 270 336 402 38 69 131 194 256 319 381 302 395 729 899 1076 1278 1674 300 391 722 889 1078 1244 1654 ELKABEL 219 . stranded in layers ● static screen ● bedding of PVC ● Armoured ● Sheath of PVC INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Colour coding Pair no.6 14. mm Nx2x0.wire white with sequential numbering imprint white with sequential numbering imprint Construction data RE .wire black with sequential numbering imprint black with sequential numbering imprint b .8 28.4 25.75mm2 / PiMF class 5 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx. 1 2 a .6 19. mm Nx2x0.5mm2 / PiMF class 5 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.4 28 30.5mm2 / PiMF class 2 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 Nx2x0.8 28.8 30.PE insulation ● pairs.9 34.7 23.0 15.9 17 22.9 28 52 100 148 196 243 291 27 50 96 142 188 234 279 268 334 505 780 931 1078 1200 267 332 501 774 923 1068 1189 14.2 29.3 25.2 29.0 15. kg/km Construction data RE .7 34.

each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0. resistance . The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings . Ω/km 36.8 Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.3mm2 = 7x0. nF/km Insulation resistance min 55 5GΩ .0mm2 = 7x0. wire . flame-retardant 220 ELKABEL .max.wire wire .km Insulation Core identification Pairs Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Max. Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor according to IEC 60228.control cable 2X XLPE insulation (St) static screen Y-fr sheath of special PVC.49mm. when require non-proliferation of flames.max. 1 min.3 14.2 70 Cond.RE-2X(St)Y -fr INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Similar to EN 50288 Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals.43mm.5mm2 = 7x 0.screen Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx Test Flame rerardant 1500V 1500V -5∞C to +50∞C -40∞C to +70∞C 7. conductor temperature 70∞— Test voltage 50Hz. nominal area: 0. class 2 XLPE according to IEC 60502-1 Black/white with imprinted numbers 1/1.5 0.6 60 1. flame-retardant coloured black Technical data Cross section in mm2 0. class 2 1.5mm2 of PVC compound .75 24.5 x cable diameter IEC 60502-1 IEC 60332-3 klass C Type codes RE .3 mm 1. 2/2 etc.

7 Nx2x1.9 20.6 22.0 14.7 24.3mm2 ELKABEL 221 .3 18.75mm2 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 36 48 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 36 48 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 7.7 12. kg/km 78 97 151 225 297 364 429 493 679 857 20 33 59 111 162 215 265 320 475 630 65 113 196 350 496 638 779 918 Nx2x0.9 11.3 6.5mm2 Nx2x0.5 8.XLPE insulation ● pairs ● pairs stranded in layers sheath of PVC flame retardant Construction data RE .0 27.6 26. mm Copper weight kg/km 14 23 42 80 117 155 192 230 342 455 90 115 180 280 365 450 555 625 860 1090 35 60 118 225 335 445 558 669 Cable weight approx.2 20.0 8.2XY(St)Y-fr ● static screen ● INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Number of pairs External diameter approx.0 8.2 19.7 9.2 11.0 13.3 18.9 15.2 21.8 30.0 22.3 24.4 15.7 17.6 17.

max.2 Insulation Core identification Pairs Pimf construction: Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Max.5 36.wire wire . flame-retardant screened pairs 222 ELKABEL . each 2 wires are twisted to a pair wrapping of plastic foil drain wire 0.5mm2 of PVC compound . Ω/km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.5mm2 = 7x 0.3 14.max. 2/2 etc.RE-2X(St)Y .8 120 5GΩ .3 mm 1.6 mm. metalside on the inside. foil wrapping the pimf pairs are stranded into layers with 1 orange communications core* several layers of plastic tapes of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 tinned copper wire 0. tinned Cu.fr PiMF Similar to EN 50288 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Application These cables are used for data transfer in measuring and control appliances The screen of metal foil protects the circuits from external interfering signals. The cables are suitable for fixed installation in dry and wet premises as well as for outdoor installation on the walls of buildings .3mm2 = 7x0. 1 min.5 x cable diameter IEC 60502-1 IEC 60332-3 class C RE 2X (St) Yfr PiMF Type codes control cable XLPE insulation static screen sheath of special PVC. nominal area: 0. wire . resistance .49mm XLPE according to IEC 60502-1 Black/white with imprinted numbers 1/1. flame-retardant coloured black or other colour Technical data Cross section in mm2 Cond. when require non-proliferation of flames Cable construction Conductor bare copper conductor according to IEC 60228. Insulation resistance min.km 1. conductor temperature 70∞— Test voltage 50Hz. 0.screen Cable rated voltage U0/U Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx Test Flame rerardant 1500V 1500V 300/300V -5∞C to +50∞C -40∞C to +70∞C 7. Al-PET foil.

2 21. kg/km Nx2x1.3mm2 PiMF ELKABEL 223 .6 13.5 15.7 17.5 31 36 61 122 165 33 65 122 232 352 105 130 171 248 355 85 185 275 460 599 Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.2X(St)Y-fr Number of pairs External diameter approx. mm Nx2x0.5mm2 PiMF 1 2 4 8 12 1 2 4 8 12 9.XLPE insulation ● screened by pairs ● pairs stranded in layers ● static screen ● sheath of PVC flame retardant INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Construction data RE .5 20.7 7.6 11.5 14.7 12.

in the open air.PVC/PVC INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Similar to BS 6346 Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications. underground and in water where mechanical damage is not anticipated. 1. for indoor instalations.6mm the wires are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.50mm2 =1/1. 1 min.38mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 7655 0.resistance at 20oC max.km Test voltage 50Hz.1 120 100 Cable core construction Number of wires 4 8 12 16 20 Centre 4 1 2 f f First layer Second layer PVC Type codes insulation or sheath of PVC 7 9 5 7 11 13 224 ELKABEL . PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 7655.nom Cable core Wrapping Inner Sheath Outer sheath Sheath colour solid copper conductor to BS 6360 1.13mm 1. ÃΩ . Cable construction Conductor Conductor size Insulation -material -radial thickness.1 110 100 3500V -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +70∞C 10 x cable diameter 1.wire Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.0 18.5 12. max.nF/km Insulation resistance min.00mm2 =1/1. black PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 7655 orange Technical data Cross section in mm2: Cond.: Ω/km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz. wire .

7 Copper weight mm 36 72 108 145 180 55 108 162 218 270 Cable weight approx.7 13.50 External diameter approx.00 4x1.6 16.50 8x1.4 14.00 12x1.1 17. kg/km 140 218 305 385 457 165 267 378 480 575 ELKABEL 225 .50 12x1.00 20x1.50 16x1.4 10.5 17.00 8x1.50 20x1. mm 10.2 18.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● wraping bedding ● sheath of PVC Colour coding ● PVC INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Number of wires 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a-wire red white blue black green yellow brown Number of wires 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 a-wire orange grey violet white/red blue/red black/red grey/red Number of wires 15 16 17 18 19 20 a-wire yellow/red brown/red green/red orange/red violet/red blue/ white Construction data PVC/PVC Number of wires mm2 4x1.4 15.1 12.00 16x1.

galvanized steel wires armour Number of wires 4 8 12 16 20 Centre 4 1 2 f f First layer Second layer 7 9 5 7 11 13 226 ELKABEL .1 120 100 140 100 600/1000V 3500V 3500V -5∞C to +50∞C -30∞C to +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Type codes PVC insulation or sheath of PVC SWA . Cable construction Conductor Conductor size Insulation -material -radial thickness.tape PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 7655. ÃΩ .13mm 1.km Voltage rating: Test voltage 50Hz. 1. underground and in water where mechanical damage is anticipated.38mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 7655 0. in the open air.6mm the wires are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic.wire wire .PVC/SWA/PVC INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Similar to BS 6346 Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.nom Cable core Wrapping Inner Sheath Armour Outer sheath Sheath colour solid copper conductor to BS 6360 1.50mm2 =1/1.nF/km Insulation resistance min. wire .00mm2 =1/1.resistance at 20oC max. 1 min. max. black single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 7655 orange Technical data Cross section in mm2: Cond.1 1.5 12.0 18.: Ω/km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.armour Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. for indoor instalations.

9 1.25 1.25 1.6 19.2 16.9 0.5 15.7 21.5 16x1.5 Diameter of armour wire mm 0.5 8x1.0 19.9 1. mm 11.9 0.25 0.PVC insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● wraping ding ● armour ● sheath of PVC .9 14.25 External diameter approx.5 12x1. kg/km 295 415 636 744 855 330 480 735 875 1010 ELKABEL 227 .2 Copper weight kg/km 36 72 108 145 180 55 108 162 218 270 Cable weight approx.2 18.25 1.9 12.25 1.9 18. Colour coding ● PVC bed- INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CABLES Number of wires 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a-wire brown yellow green red white blue black Number of wires 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 a-wire orange red/white grey red/blue violet brown/red yellow/red Number of wires 15 16 17 18 19 20 a-wire grey/red black/red violet/red orange/red green/red blue/ white Construction data PVC/SWA/PVC Number of wires mm2 4x1 8x1 12x1 16x1 20x1 4x1.5 20x1.

eart 5000V Operating voltage peak value 150V Temperature range mobile -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C fixed -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C Minimum bending radius 15 x cable diameter approx.01mm Cond. 120nF/km Capacitance unbalances at 270pF/500m 800Hz: K1 .km Insulation resistance min. underground and where mechanical damage is not anticipated.km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz. wire . issue 5 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.0.6 Similar to ESI 09-6.wire 2000V all wire .resistance at 20oC max.6 mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 6746.PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC x2x1/0. Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 20 30 50 100 First layer 2(quad) 5 2 1 4 4 2 6 8 10 10 8 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 13 16 15 14 21 20 25 31 228 ELKABEL .6+/.0.: 66MΩ. 1 min. black Technical data Conductor diameter 0. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0. PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746. max.2mm each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape. 80MΩ.maximum Test voltage 50Hz. Nominal radial thickness .

4 18. mm 8.9 1.6 50x2x1/0.6 External diameter approx.6 Number of pairs 2x2x1/0.6 20x2x1/0.25 1.7 15.6 5x2x1/0.9 0.9 12. kg/km 155 255 340 501 748 1040 1948 ELKABEL 229 .9 0.6 Diameter of armour wire mm 0.8 Copper weight kg/km 11 27 52 105 160 265 530 Cable weight approx.6 10x2x1/0.25 1.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● PVC bedding armour ● sheath of PVC Color coding ● —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Number of pair 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 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Number of pair 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 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Construction data PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC x2x1/0.6 30x2x1/0.8 29.9 0.6 100x2x1/0.3 10.1 21.

eart Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. 1 min.8 Similar to ESI 09-6. max.km Insulation resistance min.: 36.8+/. 80MΩ. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner Sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.0.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.8MΩ.resistance at 20oC max. wire . underground and where mechanical damage is not anticipated.8 mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 6746 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers or units minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .km 150nF/km 300pF/500m 2000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 30 40 50 Centre 2 5 2 5 1 3 4 5 First layer Second layer 8 10 6 Number of units 10x2 13 Each unit is lappedwith coloured tape for identification as follows: Unit 1 Blue Unit 2 Orange PVC Unit 3 Green SWA Unit 4 Brown Unit 5 Grey Type codes insulation or sheath of PVC armour 230 ELKABEL . PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 Technical data Conductor diameter 0.01mm Cond.wire all wire .PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC x2x1/0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz. issue 5 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.

white. red.8 ELKABEL 231 .8 50x2x0.1 16. x2x1/0.8 20x2x0. orange Construction data PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC.8 30x2x0.6 25. kg/km 193 334 572 839 1261 1500 1874 2x2x0.8 40x2x0.9 0.3 27.8 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.7 32.25 1.8 5x2x0. mm 9.5 13.6 1.8 10x2x0.25 1.6 1.2 Copper weight kg/km 19 47 93 186 279 372 472 Cable weight approx...6 20.6 External diameter approx.9 1. blue.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers or units bedding ● armour ● sheath of PVC Color coding Number of pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a-wire white white white white white red red red red red b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey Number of pair 11 12 13 14 15 66 17 18 19 20 a-wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow ● PVC —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey 2pair (quad cables) .

wire all wire .km 80MΩ.01mm 29.0.resistance at 20oC max.. 1 min.9 Standard: ESI 09-6.: Insulation resistance min. black Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.3mm each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape. underground and where mechanical damage is not anticipated. 0.PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC x2x1/0. issue 5 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications. max. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.eart Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. Nominal radial thickness .0. wire .9 mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 6746. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz. PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .9+/.km 150nF/km 400pF/500m 2000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 75 100 First layer 2(quad) 5 2 5 1 2 4 4 3 2 6 10 6 8 10 10 9 8 13 15 16 15 15 14 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 21 21 20 27 25 31 232 ELKABEL .67 MΩ.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.

8 ELKABEL 233 .6 2.9 100x2x1/0.6 17.0 41.7 13.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● PVC bedding armour ● sheath of PVC Color coding ● —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Number of pair 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 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Number of pairs a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Number of pair 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 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise Copper weight kg/km 24 59 117 177 235 294 353 471 589 442 1201 b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Cable weight approx.9 15x2x1/0.3 23.9 50x2x1/0.9 20x2x1/0.6 1.9 Diameter of armour wire mm 0.9 30x2x1/0.2 31.5 28.0 37. mm 9.25 1.6 1. kg/km 207 372 641 796 946 1245 1401 1686 1995 2342 3613 Construction data PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC x2x1/0.9 5x2x1/0.4 19.25 1.0 2.9 0.25 1.5 21.9 25x2x1/0.9 75x2x1/0.9 1.9 25.0 External diameter approx.9 2x2x1/0.9 40x2x1/0.9 10x2x1/0.6 1.

Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 . 0. max. underground and where mechanical damage is not anticipated.2mm each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.PVC/PVC/SWA/HDPE x2x1/0.: Insulation resistance min.01mm 66 MΩ.km 80MΩ. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.km 120nF/km 270pF/500m 2000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 20 30 50 100 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers First layer 2(quad) 5 2 1 4 4 2 6 8 10 10 8 13 16 15 14 21 20 25 31 Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 234 ELKABEL . Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.6+/.wire all wire .eart Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. issue 5 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.6 mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 6746 Nominal radial thickness .resistance at 20oC max.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.6 Similar to ESI 09-6. PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PE compound type HDPE black Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. 1 min. wire .0.0.

7 15.8 Copper weight kg/km 11 27 52 105 160 265 530 Cable weight approx.6 50x2x1/0.1 21.6 30x2x1/0.3 10.8 29.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● PVC bedding armour ● sheath of HDPE Color coding ● —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Number of pair 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 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Number of pair 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 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Construction data PVC/PVC/SWA/HDPE x2x1/0.6 5x2x1/0.25 1.6 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.6 20x2x1/0.6 10x2x1/0. mm 8.9 0.9 0.6 100x2x1/0.9 0.9 12.4 18.6 ELKABEL 235 . kg/km 137 229 303 446 672 924 1731 2x2x1/0.9 1.25 1.6 External diameter approx.

01mm 36.wire wire .. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 . max. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.8mm PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 6746. black Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.: Insulation resistance min.8 ESI 09-6. wire . issue 6 —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Applications These armoured and PVC insulated cables are utilized in electrical instrument circuits to provide communication services.resistance at 20oC max.8 mm PVC type TI1 complying to BS 6746 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into lears or units minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.screen all wire . Cable construction Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Screen Inner Sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor diameter 0.8MΩ..km 80MΩ.eart Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.x2x0.armour OSCR .screen of aluminium tape 236 ELKABEL . of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 solid tinned copper wire with diameter 0. 1 min.km 150nF/km 400pF/500m 500V 2000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 30 40 50 Centre 2 5 2 5 1 3 4 5 First layer Second layer 8 10 6 Number of units 10x2 13 1 Each unit is lapped with coloured tape for identification as follows: Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 5 Blue Orange Green Brown Grey Type codes PVC insulation or sheath of PVC SWA .0.maximum Test voltage 50Hz. 0.PVC/OSCR/PVC/SWA/PVC .8+/.

8 5x2x0.8 23.PVC insulation ● pairs stranded into units ● screen bedding ● armour ● sheath of PVC Color coding Number of pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a-wire white white white white white red red red red red b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey Number of pair 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a-wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow ● PVC —OMMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey 2pair (quad cables) . red.white.3 13.8 15x2x0.6 26.8 10x2x0.90 0. x2x1/0.8 Copper weight kg/km 24 51 98 144 191 284 377 470 Cable weight approx.90 1. blue.8 50x2x0.6 20.8 ELKABEL 237 .25 1. kg/km 227 382 617 741 898 1125 1521 1742 2x2x0.8 40x2x0.25 1.7 17.60 1. orange Construction data PVC/PVC/SWA/PVC.8 28.25 1..25 1.8 30x2x0..8 20x2x0.0 18. mm 10.60 External diameter approx.8 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.

1 min.white. Description Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.8+/. of halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.01mm 36. orange Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 5 Blue Orange Green Brown Grey Type codes LSZH .1 Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE According to ESI 09-6.resistance at 20oC max.of halogen free polymer compound Identification of cable pairs Number of pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a-wire white white white white white red red red red red b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey Number of pair 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a-wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey 238 ELKABEL . underground.. red.1 halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655. in the open air. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .part 6. blue.8 mm of halogen free polymer compound each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.part 6.LSZH/LSZH ..km 150nF/km 270pF/500m 2000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter 2pair (quad cables) . issue 6 Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.8 HALOGEN . where a particular protection against fire and fire damage for human life and equipment is necessary.: Insulation resistance min. for indoor instalations. max.km 100MΩ.x2x1/0.8MΩ.0.wire Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. 0. wire .

8 40x2x0. kg/km 65 85 165 269 350 455 622 788 966 1x2x0.8 30x2x0.8 20x2x0.9 18.3 15.1 7.8 15x2x0.1 21.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 Centre 2 5 2 5 1 3x10pair 1 First layer Second layer 8 10 6 Number of units 10x2 5x10pair 13 2x20pair 1 30 40 50 1 Mechanical data LSZH/LSZH . mm 7.3 14.LSZH insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● LSZH bedding ● sheath of LSZH HALOGEN .8 ELKABEL 239 .8 2x2x0.9 11..1 28.5 24..8 10x2x0.8 5x2x0.x2x0.8 50x2x0.0 Copper weight kg/km 10 19 47 93 140 188 280 375 470 Cable weight approx.8 Number of pairs External diameter approx.

issue 5 Application These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications.: Insulation resistance min.67 MΩ. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .0.1 halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.km 100MΩ.part 6. underground.LSZH/LSZH .x2x1/0.01mm 29. 0.9+/. max.km 150nF/km 270pF/500m 2000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 75 100 First layer 2(quad) 5 2 5 1 2 4 4 3 2 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 8 10 6 8 10 10 9 8 13 15 16 15 15 14 21 21 20 27 25 31 240 ELKABEL . wire . in the open air.9 mm of halogen free polymer compound each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers Minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.1 Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. 1 min.resistance at 20oC max..wire Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. where a particular protection against fire and fire damage for human life and equipment is necessary. of halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.maximum Test voltage 50Hz. Description Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE According to ESI 09-6. for indoor instalations..9 HALOGEN .part 6.

x2x1/0.9 Number of pairs 2x2x1/0.9 25x2x1/0.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Identification of cable pairs Number of pair 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 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Number of pair 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 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 a-wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b-wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Mechanical data LSZH/LSZH .9 40x2x1/0.8 20.7 22.9 15x2x1/0.9 External diameter approx.9 20x2x1/0.8 14.8 Copper weight kg/km 24 59 117 177 235 294 353 471 589 442 1201 Cable weight approx.9 100x2x1/0.9 10x2x1/0.0 28.0 37.8 33.9 50x2x1/0.3 25. kg/km 99 188 306 418 518 630 735 933 1172 1099 2188 ELKABEL 241 . mm 8..9 75x2x1/0.9 17.30 11.LSZH insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● LSZH bedding ● sheath of LSZH HALOGEN ..9 30x2x1/0.0 18.9 5x2x1/0.

LSZH/LSZH/SWA/LSZH x2x1/0.01mm 36.8+/.wire all wire .eart Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz. 1 min.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.km 100MΩ.armour Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 Centre 2 5 2 5 1 3x10pair 1 First layer Second layer 8 10 6 Number of units 10x2 5x10pair 13 2x20pair 1 30 40 50 1 Each unit is lappedwith coloured tape for identification as follows: 242 ELKABEL .8MΩ. 0. wire . issue 6 HALOGEN .part 6. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .1 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.0. expecially when a high mechanical resistance is required.km 150nF/km 270pF/500m 2000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 5 Blue Orange Green Brown Grey Type codes LSZH .part 6.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Applications These armoured control and signal cables are utilized in industrial areas for installations provided with electronic control or monitoring equipment. of halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655. max.8 mm of halogen free polymer compound each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.: Insulation resistance min.1 Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. Description Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.of halogen free polymer compound SWA .8 According to ESI 09-6.resistance at 20oC max.

25 1..60 External diameter approx.8 18.3 31.wire white white white white white red red red red red b .white.LSZH insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● LSZH bedding ● armour ● sheath of LSZH HALOGEN .1 16.8 ELKABEL 243 .8 10x2x0.8 20x2x0. kg/km 167 219 360 605 729 885 1122 1520 1837 1x2x0.8 30x2x0.0 27.25 1. mm 8.60 1. orange Mechanical data LSZH/LSZH/SWA/LSZH .1 13.90 1.wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey Number of pair 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a .9 10.8 50x2x0.4 20.8 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.. red.2 Copper weight kg/km 10 19 47 93 140 188 280 375 470 Cable weight approx.25 1.wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey 2pair (quad cables) .8 2x2x0.8 40x2x0.wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow b .90 0.8 5x2x0.8 15x2x0. blue.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Identification of cable pairs Number of pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a .x2x0.25 1.6 24.90 0.

wire . max. issue 5 HALOGEN .01mm 29. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.part 6. 1 min.part 6. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .1 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.9 According to ESI 09-6. of halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.1 Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.resistance at 20oC max. expecially when a high mechanical resistance is required. Description Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.9 mm of halogen free polymer compound each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.0.maximum Test voltage 50Hz.km 100MΩ.km 150nF/km 270pF/500m 2000V 5000 V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 75 100 First layer 2(quad) 5 2 5 1 2 4 4 3 2 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer Fourth layer Fifth layer Sixth layer 8 10 6 8 10 10 9 8 13 15 16 15 15 14 21 21 20 27 25 31 244 ELKABEL . 0.: Insulation resistance min.LSZH/LSZH/SWA/LSZH x2x1/0.wire all wire .9+/.eart Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.67 MΩ.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Applications These armoured control and signal cables are utilized in industrial areas for installations provided with electronic control or monitoring equipment.

mm 10.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Identification of cable pairs Number of pair 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 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 a .6 1.0 2. kg/km 215 372 639 792 941 1238 1394 1676 2001 2332 3582 ELKABEL 245 .LSZH insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● LSZH bedding ● armour ● sheath of LSZH HALOGEN .9 20x2x1/0.25 1.25 1.0 41.6 1.9 1.9 10x2x1/0.25 1..6 17.5 28.9 0.9 Diameter of armour wire mm 0.0 External diameter approx.9 100x2x1/0.6 1.wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Number of pair 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 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 a .9 30x2x1/0.wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b ..9 25.5 21.wire black black black black black blue blue blue blue blue orange orange orange orange green green green brown brown grey black black black black white white white blue blue blue green green green red red red red red grey grey orange orange yellow yellow brown turquise turquise turquise turquise turquise b .9 25x2x1/0.9 Number of pairs 2x2x1/0.4 19.9 50x2x1/0.9 75x2x1/0.3 23.x2x1/0.9 5x2x1/0.6 2.2 32.8 Copper weight kg/km 24 59 117 177 235 294 353 471 589 442 1201 Cable weight approx.wire blue orange green brown grey white orange green brown grey white green brown grey white brown grey white grey white white red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet red yellow violet grey orange yellow brown violet yellow violet yellow violet brown violet violet black blue red orange yellow Mechanical data LSZH/LSZH/SWA/LSZH .9 40x2x1/0.9 15x2x1/0.0 37.1 13.

8 mm of halogen free polymer compound each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape.: Insulation resistance min.screen of aluminium tape Cable core construction Number of pairs 2 5 10 15 20 Centre 2 5 2 5 1 3x10pair 1 First layer Second layer 8 10 6 Number of units 10x2 5x10pair 13 2x20pair 1 30 40 50 1 Each unit is lappedwith coloured tape for identification as follows: 246 ELKABEL .1 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.wire wire .8MΩ.maximum Test voltage 50Hz. They can be used in areas where fire could create dense smoke and toxic fumes.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application These armoured and LSZH insulated cables are utilized in electrical instrument circuits to provide communication services.screen all wire . wire . 0. of aluminium tape one side coated with polyester and 1 solid tinned copper wire with diameter 0.8mm of halogen free polymer compound complying to BS 7655.km 150MΩ.part 6.1 Blue Orange Green Brown Grey Technical data Conductor diameter Cond. max.8+/.resistance at 20oC max. issue 6 HALOGEN .part 6. 1 min.8 According to ESI 09-6. Description Conductor Insulation Pair Cable core Wrapping Screen Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 5 solid tinned copper conductor diameter 0.of halogen free polymer compound SWA . Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .km 150nF/km 270pF/500m 800V 1000V 5000V 150V -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 15 x cable diameter Type codes LSZH .eart Operating voltage Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx.0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz.LSZH/ŒSCR/LSZH/SWA/LSZH x2x1/0.armour OSCR .01mm 36.

0 18. kg/km 175 230 365 620 745 899 1139 1539 1870 `1x2x0.3 17. orange Mechanical data LSZH/OSCR/LSZH/SWA/LSZH x2x0.90 1.8 50x2x0.6 Copper weight kg/km 14 24 52 99 145 192 285 380 475 Cable weight approx.90 0.8 ELKABEL 247 .8 24.white. mm 9.25 1.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Identification of cable pairs Number of pair 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a-wire white white white white white red red red red red b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey Number of pair 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 a-wire black black black black black yellow yellow yellow yellow yellow b-wire blue orange green brown grey blue orange green brown grey 2pair (quad cables) .2 27.8 30x2x0.8 10x2x0.25 1.8 20x2x0.5 31. red.90 0.8 40x2x0.60 1.8 15x2x0.8 2x2x0.60 External diameter approx.25 1.1 10.3 13.25 1.8 5x2x0.6 20. blue.LSZH insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● screen ● LSZH bedding ● armour ● Sheath of LSZH HALOGEN .8 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.

4 1.overall width 248 ELKABEL .x2x0. wire .6 11. kg/km 40 73 123 173 481 Cable weight approx.3 Pairs Bundle Bundle identification Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath Core identification Identification of the cores by the colours of the insulation which are repeated in the same manner in each bundle.1 Lengths m 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Type of drums D/d/L* mm 650/340/530 800/450/530 1000/500/630 1000/500/630 1400/750/880 Copper weight approx. of pairs Conductor mm 2x2x0..free flame-retardant polymer compound .8 Thickness of the sheath mm 1.JE-HCH . Capacitance unbalances at 200pF/100m 800Hz: K1.6 Overall diameter approx.8 12x2x0.7 22.8 mm insulation of halogen . peak value 250V Temperature range mobile -5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +70∞C fixed Testing according to DIN VDE 0472 and IEC Minimum bending radius 7.8 40x2x0. resistance at 20oC ..km Insulation resistance min. mm 7. Test voltage 50Hz. b red 1 4 a white b black Mechanical data JE-HCH ..max. kg/km 87 141 218 291 751 Note : D .km Cond.3mm each 2 wires are twisted to a pair 4 pairs laid up to a bundle by spirals imprinted numbers bundles laid up in layers layers of polyester foil braid of tinned Cu wires of halogen .x2x0.4 9.free polymer compound type HI 1 according to VDE 0207 part 23 . L . type HM 2 according to VDE 0207 part 24 grey or black Technical data 73.8 8x2x0.8 BD No.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Pairs laid up in bundles with copper braid screen Application Safety installation cables are used for the transmission of signals and measuring datas in control circuits.5 x cable diameter approx.2 MΩ. d .core diameter.8 BD Standard VDE 0815 HALOGEN .flange diameter. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz120nF/km max.. Colours of the pairs Pair Core Colour a blue 2 3 a b a b grey yellow green brown Cables with 2 pairs laid up as a star quad. Description Conductor Insulation bare copper conductor diameter 0.wire 2000V wire . 1 min.9 13.8 4x2x0.4 1.max.screen 5000V Operating voltage. thickness 0. Each bundle identified by open support spiral with imprinted numbers.4 1. 100MΩ.4 1. where a particular protection against fire and fire damage for human life and equipment is necessary. Installation cables are not admissible for power installation purposes and direct burial. test class C according to Flame test VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 332 .

effective value. min. mm 7.1 and counting successively outwards in the same manner through each layer Cables with 2 pairs laid up as a star quad: winding 1: a-core blue.x2x0. The overall braided screen of tinned copper wires provides against external and electromagnetic interference and ensures a perfect data transmission.5 mm2 78. resistance at 20oC max: Insulation resistance min.5 19.4 12. peak value : Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius Bending once without tensile force:Multiple bending with tensile force Caloric load/flame test: 0.5 mm2 Number of pairs 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 32 40 80 External diameter approx.6 14. one value up to 400pF permitted.stranded wire conductor H .3 core insulation of halogen-free polymer compound HI 2 according to VDE 0207. b-core yellow test class C according to VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 332-3 according to VDE 0472 part Halogen-free properties : 813 and IEC 754-1 according to VDE 0472 part Smoke density : 816 Type codes JE .: Operating capacitance at 800Hz: max.5 x cable diameter 1)The value may be exceeded by 20% by cables with up to 4 pairs.5mm2 = 7x0.9 22.3 24.2) 20% of the values.. kg/km 95 161 247 338 421 520 597 750 926 1691 Mechanical data JE-LiHCH. Colours of the pairs pair 1 2 3 4 Core a b a b a b a b Basic colour blue red grey yellow green brown white black Bundle: 4 pairs laid up to a bundle.part 23 according to VDE 0815 2 cores twisted to a pair 4 pairs laid up to a bundle Bundles laid up in layers plastic foil overlapping braid of tinned copper wires of halogen-free flame-retardant polymer compound type HM2 accord ing to VDE 0207 part 24 Grey or black Technical data Cross section in : Cond. Bundle identification: each bundle identified by open support spiral with imprinted numbers Method of counting: starting at the inner layer with no.screen of copper wire braid Cable weight approx.: Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz max. b-core red winding 2: a-core grey.6 18.FREE COMUNICATION AND CONTROL CABLE Application Halogen-free installation cables with copper screen are used for telecommunications and information processing systems in environments susceptible to interference and for higher requirements on the signal transmission characteristics for optimum data transmissions. Description Conductor Construction of conductor Insulation Core identification Pair Bundle Type of lay-up Wrapping Screen Sheath Sheath colour plain Cu wires...cable for industrial electronics Li ..4 Ω/km 100MΩ.insulation or sheath of halogen-free compound C . 50Hz core/core core/screen Operating voltage.km 120 1) nF/km 200 2) pF/100m 500V 2000V 225V -5oC to +50oC -30oC to +70oC 2. flexible 0.x2x0.: Test voltage.7 10.8 33.6 Copper weight kg/km 42 77 124 176 223 272 314 402 491 916 ELKABEL 249 . These cables are also suitable for flexible and permanent installation in dry rooms.5mm2 According to VDE 0815 Halogen-free insulation ● pairs laid up in bundles ● with copper braid screen ● halogen-free sheath HALOGEN .9 16. The use of installation cables for power cable applications and underground installation is not permitted.5 x cable diameter 7.JE-LiHCH .

resistance at 20∞C. Description Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor. signalling... and data transmission purpores associated with power distribution and transmission systems.km 50nF/km 500pF/500m 5 kV 0. between each conductor & earth Mutual inductance at 5 kHz. Insulation resistance at 20∞C.68 550Ω 200Ω 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Number of pairs First layer 4 7 19 37 4 1 1 6 6 6 12 12 18 Second layer Third layer Fourth layer 250 ELKABEL .8 CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 5KV According to ESI 09-6. telecommunications. 0.PE/PE/SWA/PE . protection.8mm 73.25 1. Test voltage AC for 1 min. : Mutual capacitance at 1000Hz -max.5 mH/100m Induced voltage Upto 5kv : 0.51 0.50 1.91 1. Capacitance unbalances at 1000Hz . max. min. max: Attenuation dB/km: at 300 Hz at 1000Hz at 2000Hz at 3000Hz at 4000Hz Characteristic impedance: at 1000Hz at 10 kHz Minimum bending radius approx.x2x1/0. diameter 0. issue 3 Application These cables are used for control.km 5 GΩ.6MΩ.max.8mm PE insulation type 03C according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 coloured black Technical data Conductor diameter Cond.

x2x1/0.wire red black orange green orange green orange black red green red green red green red green red green blue black red green red green red green red green red green red green red green red green blue b .60 External diameter approx.1 24..1 16.60 1. kg/km 325 410 1050 1570 4 7 19 37 ELKABEL 251 . mm 14.0 Copper weight kg/km 38 66 179 345 Cable weight approx.wire yellow violet grey brown blue brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white Mechanical data PE/PE/SWA/PE .4 31. 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 36 37 a .9 0..9 1.PE insulation ● pairs stranded in layer ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PE CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 5KV Colour coding Pair no.8 Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.

km 5 GΩ.. diameter 0. max.55 550Ω 200Ω 15 x cable diameter Cable core construction Number of pairs 4 7 19 37 First layer 4 1 1 6 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer 6 6 12 Fourth layer 12 18 252 ELKABEL .6MΩ.max. between each conductor & earth Mutual inductance at 5kHz. Test voltage AC for 1 min.85 1. and data transmission purpores associated with power distribution and transmission systems.x2x1/0.8 CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15 KV According to ESI 09-6.15kv: 0. : Mutual capacitance at 1000Hz .40 1. resistance at 20∞C. 0. Capacitance unbalances at 1000Hz . Description Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor. signalling. Insulation resistance at 20∞C.km 40nF/km 500pF/500m 15 kV 0. max: Attenuation dB/km: ÔË 300 Hz ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 2000Hz ÔË 3000Hz ÔË 4000Hz Characteristic impedance: ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 10 kHz Minimum bending radius approx.8mm PE insulation type 03C according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 coloured black Technical data Conductor diameter : Cond.8mm 73. min.5 mH/100m Induced voltage 5kv .48 0. issue 3 Application These cables are used for control. telecommunications.15 1.max. protection.PE/PE/SWA/PE ..

PE insulation ● pairs stranded in layers ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PE

CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15 KV

Colour coding
Pair no. 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 36 37 a - wire red black orange green orange green orange black red green red green red green red green red green blue black red green red green red green red green red green red green red green red green blue b - wire yellow violet grey brown blue brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white

Mechanical data PE/PE/SWA/PE ...x2x1/0.8
Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 1.25 1.25 1.60 2.00 External diameter approx. mm 19.2 21.6 31.1 40.4 Copper weight kg/km 38 66 179 348 Cable weight approx. kg/km 580 720 1430 2399

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PE/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 5KV

According to ESI 09-6, issue 3

Application
These cables are used for control, protection, signalling, telecommunications, and data transmission purpores associated with power distribution and transmission systems..

Description
Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor, diameter 0.8mm PE insulation type 03C according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 of PVC compound type TM1 according to BS 7655, coloured black

Technical data
Conductor diameter : Cond. resistance at 20∞C max. Mutual capacitance at 1000Hz -max. Insulation resistance at 20∞C, min. Capacitance unbalances at 1000Hz - max. Test voltage AC for 1 min. between each conductor & earth Mutual inductance at 5kHz, max: Attenuation dB/km: ÔË 300 Hz ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 2000Hz ÔË 3000Hz ÔË 4000Hz Characteristic impedance: ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 10 kHz Minimum bending radius approx. 0.8mm 73.6MΩ.km 5 GΩ.km 50nF/km 500pF/500m 5 kV 0.5 mH/100m Induced voltage Upto 5kv 0.51 0.91 1.25 1.50 1.68 550Ω 200Ω 15 x cable diameter

Cable core construction
Number of pairs 4 7 19 37 First layer 4 1 1 6 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer 6 6 12 Fourth layer

12 18

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PE insulation ● pairs stranded in layer ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PVC

CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 5KV

Colour coding
Pair no. 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 36 37 a - wire red black orange green orange green orange black red green red green red green red green red green blue black red green red green red green red green red green red green red green red green blue b - wire yellow violet grey brown blue brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white

Mechanical data PE/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 0.9 0.9 1.60 1.60 External diameter approx. mm 14.1 16.1 24.4 31.0 Copper weight kg/km 38 66 179 345 Cable weight approx. kg/km 360 450 1110 1660

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PE/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15KV

According to ESI 09-6, issue 3

Application
These cables are used for control, protection, signalling, telecommunications, and data transmission purpores associated with power distribution and transmission systems.

Description
Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor, diameter 0.8mm PE insulation type 03C according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers several layers of plastic tapes of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 of PVC compound type TM1 according to BS 7655, coloured black

Technical data
Conductor diameter : Cond. resistance 20∞C max. Mutual capacitance at 1000Hz -max. Insulation resistance at 20∞C, min. Capacitance unbalances at 1000Hz - max. Test voltage AC for 1 min. between each conductor & earth Mutual inductance at 5kHz, max: Attenuation dB/km: ÔË 300 Hz ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 2000Hz ÔË 3000Hz ÔË 4000Hz Characteristic impedance: ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 10 kHz Minimum bending radius approx. 0.8mm 73.6MΩ.km 5 GΩ.km 40nF/km 500pF/500m 15 kV 0.5 mH/100m Induced voltage 5kv - 15kv: 0.48 0.85 1.15 1.40 1.55 550Ω 200Ω 15 x cable diameter

Cable core construction
Number of pairs 4 7 19 37 First layer 4 1 1 6 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer 6 6 12 Fourth layer

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PE insulation ● pairs stranded in layer ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PVC

CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15KV

Colour coding
Pair no. 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 36 37 a - wire red black orange green orange green orange black red green red green red green red green red green blue black red green red green red green red green red green red green red green red green blue b - wire yellow violet grey brown blue brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white

Mechanical data PE/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 1.25 1.25 1.60 2.00 External diameter approx. mm 19.2 21.6 31.1 40.4 Copper weight kg/km 38 66 179 348 Cable weight approx. kg/km 665 820 1660 2780

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PE/PJF/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15KV

ESI 09-6, issue 3

Application
These cables are used for control, protection, signalling, telecommunications, and data transmission purpores associated with power distribution and transmission systems..

Description
Conductor Insulation Pairs Cable core Filing Wrapping Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath solid copper conductor, diameter 0.8mm PE insulation type 03C according to BS 6234 each 2 wires are twisted to a pair the pairs are stranded into layers petroleum - based jelly several layers of plastic tapes of PE compound type 03C according to BS 6234 single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS 1442 of PVC compound type TM1 according to BS 7655, coloured black

Technical data
Conductor diameter : Cond. resistance at 20∞C max. Mutual capacitance at 1000Hz -max Insulation resistance at 20∞C, min. Capacitance unbalances at 1000Hz - max. Test voltage AC for 1 min. between each conductor & earth Mutual inductance at 5kHz, max: Attenuation dB/km: ÔË 300 Hz ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 2000Hz ÔË 3000Hz ÔË 4000Hz Characteristic impedance: ÔË 1000Hz ÔË 10 kHz Minimum bending radius approx. 0.8mm 73.6MΩ.km 5 GΩ.km 40nF/km 500pF/500m 15 kV 0.5 mH/100m

Induced voltage 5kv - 15kv: 0.51 0.91 1.25 1.50 1.68 550Ω 200Ω
15 x cable diameter

Cable core construction
Number of pairs 4 7 19 37 First layer 4 1 1 6 Number of pairs in centre and successive layers Second layer Third layer 6 6 12 Fourth layer

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PE insulation ● pairs stranded into layer ● jelly filling ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PVC

CONTROL CABLE FOR INDUCED VOLTAGE UP TO 15KV

Colour coding
Pair no. 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 36 37 a - wire red black orange green orange green orange black red green red green red green red green red green blue black red green red green red green red green red green red green red green red green blue b - wire yellow violet grey brown blue brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white violet yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown yellow brown white

Mechanical data PE/PJF/PE/SWA/PVC ...x2x1/0.8
Number of pairs Diameter of armour wire mm 1.25 1.25 1.60 2.00 External diameter approx. mm 19.2 21.6 31.1 40.4 Copper weight kg/km 38 66 179 345 Cable weight approx. kg/km 662 820 1652 2780

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PE/PE
LOOP FEEDER CABLES
PE insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● sheath of PE

BS 6346/87

Application
For electrical instalations

Description
Conductor Conductor size Insulation -radial thickness, nom Cable core Wrapping Outer sheath Sheath colour solid copper conductor to BS 6360 1.50mm2 =1/1.37mm 2.50mm2 =1/1.78mm PE type 03 complying to BS 6234 0.6mm 2 x N mm2 - pair 4 x N mm2 - quad minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape PE compound type 03 complying to BS 6234 orange

Technical data
Cross section in mm2: 1.5 2.5 12.1Ω.km 7.41Ω.km Cond.resistance at 20∞C max. Insulation resistance min. 5Ω.km Mutual capacitance at 800Hz max. nF/km: Inductance µH/km Test voltage 50Hz, 1 min. wire - wire Voltage rating: Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx. 5Ω.km 2x1.5 4x1.5; 2x2.5 4x2.5 52-42-55-45 505- 685- 490- 670 3500V 600/1000 V -20∞C ‰Ó +50∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 6 x cable diameter

Color coding
2Y Type codes insulation or sheath of PE Number of wires 1 2 a-wire blue blue b-wire brawn brawn black grey c-wire d-wire

Mechanical data PE/PE
Number of wires External diameter approx. mm 2x1.5mm2 4x1.5mm2 2x2.5mm2 4x2.5mm2 8.1 9.1 9.1 10.5 Copper weight kg/km 27 54 43 88 Cable weight approx. kg/km 64 102 88 146

260

ELKABEL

PE/SWA/PE

BS 6346/87

LOOP FEEDER CABLES

PE insulation ● wires stranded in layers ● PE bedding ● armour ● sheath of PE

Application
These cables are preferentially used in outdoor applications, for indoor instalations, in the open air and underground where mechanical damage is anticipated.

Description
Conductor Conductor size Insulation material Cable core Wrapping Inner Sheath Armour Outer sheath Colour solid copper conductor to BS 6360 1.50mm2 =1/1.37mm 2.50mm2 =1/1.78mm BS 6234 2 x N mm - pair 4 x N mm2 - quad minimum of 1 layer of plastic tape PE type 03 complying to BS 6234, natural single layer of galvanized steel wires complying to BS1442 PE compound type 03 complying to BS 6234 orange
2

Technical data
Cross section in mm2 : 1.5 2.5 12.1Ω.km 7.41Ω.km Cond.resistance at 20∞C max. Insulation resistance -min. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz max. nF/km: Inductance µH/km Test voltage 50Hz, 1 min. wire - wire wire - armour Voltage rating: Temperature range mobile fixed Minimum bending radius approx 5Ω.km 2x1.5 4x1.5; 2x2.5 4x2.5 62-52-62-452 505- 685- 490- 670 3500V 3500V 600/1000 V -20∞C ‰Ó +50∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 7.5 x cable diameter

Color coding
Type codes 2Y insulation or sheath of PE SWA - armour Number of pair 1 2 a-wire blue blue b-wire brawn brawn black grey c-wire d-wire

Mechanical data PE/SWA/PE
Number of wires Diameter of armour wire mm 2x1.5mm 4x1.5mm2 2x2.5mm2 4x2.5mm2
2

External diameter approx. mm 11.4 12.5 12.5 14.0

Coppe rweight kg/km 27 54 43 88

Cable weight approx. kg/km 230 295 290 370

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CONDUCTORS ELKABEL .

6 14.75 1.7 4.50 0. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20OC Core temperature.2 8.5 2. blue. max: Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.9 11. red.00 HO5V-K 0. cable weight kg/km 264 ELKABEL . These flexible PVC insulated wiring cables are used for the internal wiring of equipment as well as for protected installation in and to lighting fixtures. brown.3 S3 and IEC 60227-3. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: Color copper wires. in conduit. yellow.50 0. orange Two-color combinations are not permitted except for green/yellow. gray. white.3 2.3 2.7 9.30oC to + 70oC 10 x cable diameter 15 x cable diameter test class B according to VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 Construction data H05V-U/-K 300/500V Nominal cross section mm2 HO5V-U 0.according to VDE 0295 class 1 or 5 (IEC 60228) PVC.HD 21.300/500V VDE 0281-3 and BDS HD 21.3 2.H05V-U/-K CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Cu conductors ● PVC insulation Uo/U .5 oC to + 70oC . violet.3 S3 Applications H05V-U/-K PVC-insulated wiring cable according to VDE 0281 part 3.6 6.75 1.00 2.1 9.5 4.8 7.4 Approx. green. compound Type YI1 according to VDE 0207 part 4 black. in tubes.0 12. outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.4 16. pink. 50 Hz:: Temperature: mobile: fixed: Bending radius up to 10mm diameter >10mm diameter Flame test: according to VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 70oC in operation 300/500 V 2000 V . on and under plaster although only for bell circuits and signal systems.5 9.1 2.

in and under plaster as well as in closed installation ducts.9 6. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Core temperature. orange Two-color combinations are not permitted except for green/yellow.7 23 36 54 91 21 33 48 67 112 Approx. red. These PVCinsulated single-core cables are used for the internal wiring of equipment switching systems and distributors as well as for the protected installation in and to lighting fixtures with a rated voltage up to 1000 V alternating current or a direct voltage up to 750 V.3 9. ducts or tanks. on. pink.5 2.5 4.5 5. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: Color copper wires.0 14. yellow. outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.450/750 V VDE 0281-3 and BDS HD 21.9 3.S3 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation H07V-U/-R/-K CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Applications H07V-U/-R/-K PVC-insulated single-core cable according to VDE 0281 part 3. white. 50 Hz: Temperature range mobile: fixed: Bending radius up to 10 mm diameter >10 mm diameter Flame test: according to VDE 0295 and IEC 60228 70oC in operation 450/750 V 2500 V .5 4.according to VDE 0295 class 1.5oC to + 70oC . Note (for H07V): These single-core cables may not be used for direct installation on flatbed bodies. brown. 2 or 5 (IEC 60228) PVC. in and underneath plaster as well as on flatbed bodies or similar. violet. switching and distribution systems.2 12.8 13.0 6.8 4.0 4.3. compound Type YI1 according to VDE 0207 part 4 black. green.0 6. earthed.1 3. blue. in conduit.These cables are suitable for installation in dry rooms.5 2.5 4. gray.0 10 16 25 35 50 3. Approved for use as potential-compensating cable directly on. max: Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.4 23 37 56 93 148 234 324 444 23 35 51 72 118 176 278 350 500 2.HD 21.3 7.3 S3 and IEC 227-3.Uo/U . cable weight kg/km ELKABEL 265 .1 10.0 10 HO7V-R 1.3 4.30oC to + 70oC 10 x cable diameter 15 x cable diameter test class B according to VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 Construction data H07V-U/-R/-K 450/750V Nominal cross section mm2 HO7V-U 1.

8 4.5 18.0 31.4 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation Uo/U .3.5 2.5 22.1 3.1 28.8 Approx.S3 Construction data H07V-U/-R/-K 450/750V Copper weight kg/Ím 650 876 1100 1380 1750 2252 2825 3540 14 24 38 57 96 149 232 328 474 669 881 1130 1404 1713 2263 Approx.4 6. cable weight kg/km 700 930 1150 1450 1870 2400 3100 3800 22 34 50 73 116 180 310 385 588 790 1000 1400 1600 2000 2500 266 ELKABEL .7 11.1 13.U /-R /-K CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Nominal cross section mm2 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 HO7V-K 1.7 19.0 24. outer diameter mm 13.4 27.0 25.4 15.8 16.7 22.0 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 3.1 17.8 7.0 19.450/750 V VDE 0281-3 and BDS HD 21.4 5.5 4.9 9.H 0 7 V .0 6.

stone or non-inflammable building materials is allowed.5 x 14 27 44 71 69 99 140 Outer dimensions approx. gypsum plaster. Installation in cavities of concrete. mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.20 C to + 70oC fixed installation 6 x cable diameter according to DIN VDE 0472 test class B according VDE 0472 part 804 and IEC 60 332-I o copper wires according to VDE 0295 class1 (IEC 60228) Insulation PVC . . blue. brown .For mounting. gray black. nails with insulating washers. brown. brown brown.0 4x1. only materials and procedure shall be used which preclude a deformation or damage of the insulation. immediately next to or under wire mesh or similar materials. gray Construction data NYIFY 230/400V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 NYIFY . gray blue. black. black.6 x 27. Bunching flat webbed building wires to insertion points for electrical equipments is not considered as bunching. brown .5 3x4. cable weight kg/km ELKABEL 267 .5 x 23. black .5 4 x 18 4. blue .0 NYIFY .5 4 x 32 4.6 x 35 40 66 106 54 88 68 110 109 155 217 148 210 188 265 4 x 11 4.5 5x1. brown yellow/green . .6 x 12. max: Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.Uo/U .201 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Core temperature.compound type YM 1 according to VDE 0207 part 5 white. 50 Hz Temperature range Minimum bending radius Testing Flame test according to VDE 0295 Class1 and IEC 228 Class1 max 70oC in operation 230/400 V 2000 V .compound type YI 1 according to VDE 0207 part 4 Cores flat in adjacent configuration with a common covering of PVC compound Sheath Color PVC .230/400 V VDE 0250 part 201 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath NYIFY CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Applications For installation in dry environments only.5 5x2.The cables cannot be installed on flammable building materials.0 4 x 25 4. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to VDE 0250 . Installations notes: .6 x 19. black.5 2x4. e. blue .8 5. adhesives.5 2x2. gray yellow/green . The cables must be covered by plaster along their entire length.2 5. gray Without yellow/green blue.O 2x1.J 3x1. g. black.black .The cables may not be bundled together. gray Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core With yellow/green yellow/green . both in and beneath plaster.5 4x2. brown.Flat house wire cables may only be installed beneath gypsum board if these are subsequently fixed using gypsum plaster .5 3x2.

3 3.50 2x0. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20Ó— Core temperature max Rated voltage for for three-phase and alternating current systems for direct current systems Test voltage AC.8 14. gray black . 50 Hz: Temperature range mobile: fixed: Testing Flame test: according to VDE 0295 cl. H03VVH2-F CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Uo/U . brown. brown yellow/green .2 6.75 3.50 2x0. Cable construction Conductor copper wires according to VDE 0295 Class 5 and IEC 60228 Class 5 PVC.1 6. compound Type TI2 . 5 and IEC 60228 cl. brown .8 40 50 47 59 56 72 Approx.H03VV-F. 5 70∞C in operation Uo/U 300/300 V Uo/U 300/500 V 2000 V 2000 V -5Ó— to +70Ó— -40Ó— to +70Ó— according to VDE 0472 test class B .75 HO3VVH2-F 2x0. brown brown. as far as this is allowed in the instructions of the electrical appliances.7 8.HD 21.75 3x0.8 13. blue .8 8.5 and 0. The cables are suitable for connection of light small duty appliances.VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 332-1 Insulation: Sheath Color: Different colors available upon request. black.5 17.8 14.2 21. radio sets etc. e. i. in agriculture and in open spaces.8 5. gray yellow/green . black . gray Without yellow/green blue. compound type TM2 according to VDE 0207 part 5 black or white as standard color. house vacuum cleaners.black .5x5. desk-instructions of the lamps. black . The cables with cross-section 0. blue . black.2 29 41 5. according to VDE 0207 part 4 PVC. gray blue.S3 Applications H03VV-F PVC-insulated sheathed cable according to VDE 0281 part 5. brown .75 4x0.5. Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core With yellow/green yellow/green .6 6. blue .3 5.300/300 V VDE 0281-5 and BDS HD 21.5 S3 and IEC 227-5.6 27.3x5.50 4x0. fairy-lamps. cable weight kg/km 268 ELKABEL . outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.75 mm2 are not suitable for use in industrial electrical equipment. gray Construction data H03VV-F/H03VVH2-F 300/300V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 HO3VV-F 2x0.50 3x0. brown .

0 9. gray black .8 71.5 S3 and IEC 227-5.5 9.5 8.0 11. in agriculture and industry.5 10.0 8.black . kitchens and offices.4 4x1. centrifuges as far as this is allowed in the instructions of the electrical appliances.2 42.4 2x1. compound Type TI2 . but they are allowed for use in tailoring workshops. refrigerators. washing machines.0 192.7 4x2.75 7.1x6.3 5x1. gray Without yellow/green blue. compound type TM2 according to VDE 0207 part 5 black or white as standard color Technical data Conductor resistance according to VDE 0295 cl. brown yellow/green .6 HO5VVH2-F 2x0.0 14.300/500 V VDE 0281-5 and BDS HD 21.VDE 0472part 804 Flame test: and IEC 332-1 Insulation: Sheath Color: Different colors available upon request.0 13.5 28.5 11.6 2x4.0 5x0. blue .8 19. The cables are not suitable for use in open spaces.4 3x1. according to VDE 0207 part 4 PVC.6 3x2. and nominal outer diamecross section ter mm2 mm HO5VV-F 2x0. brown.75 8.5 47. blue .5 9. The cables are suitable for connection of medium duty appliances in houses. S3 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath H05VV-F.2 119. Cable construction Conductor copper wires according to VDE 0295 Class 5 and IEC 60228 Class 5 PVC.5 12.0 7.0 3x0.9 29.0 7.4 48. The cables can be installed in furniture. brown . Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core With yellow/green yellow/green .75 6.6 36.Uo/U . cable weight kg/km 65 78 102 155 214 77 92 126 192 270 94 113 160 231 Construction data H05VV-F/H05VVH2-F 300/500V Number of wires Approx.0 4x0. gray yellow/green . 50 Hz:H05VV-F 2000 V Temperature range mobile -5∞C to +70∞C fixed installation -40∞C to +70∞C Testing according to VDE 0472 test class B .2 Approx.6 5x4.1 38. brown brown. black .6 76.0 5x1.75 4. brown . black . for connection of industrial electrical appliances. 5 and at 20Ó— IEC 60228 cl. black. gray Construction data H05VV-F/H05VVH2-F 300/500V Number of wires Approx.2 4x1. cable weight kg/km 325 118 140 203 295 418 49 ELKABEL 269 . H05VVH2-F CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Applications H05VV-F PVC-insulated sheathed cable according to VDE 0281 part 5.5 Copper weight kg/Ím 153. It is allowed they to be used for connection of electrical heating appliances providing the conductors are not in contact with the heated parts and they shall not be subject of other thermal effects.4 3x4.5 10.0 14.2 29.4 115.2 Approx.5. brown .HD 21.75 6.0 95. for house appliances in wet premises i.5 7. black. 5 Core temperature max 70∞C in operation Rated voltage for Uo/U Uo/U 300/500 V for three-phase and alternating current: 330/550 V for direct current systems: 495/825 V Test voltage AC.8 3x1.8 21.3 Copper weight kg/Ím 14.e. finished building elements and in decorative edgings.0 2x1. gray blue.0 12. blue .8 5x2. and nominal outer diamecross section ter mm2 mm 4x4.9 57.7 71.9 2x2.

30Ó— to +50Ó— 12 ı diameter cable VDE 0472 12xD cable Test class B according VDE 0472 part 804 Test class A according VDE 0472 part 805 Silane crosslinked rubber compound on base EPR rubber Core identification according to VDE 0293 Sheath Color Silane ceosslinked rubber compound Type EM-3 on base EPR rubber black Resistance to ozone Color coding Number of core 2 3 4 5 Without yellow/green blue. acc. to VDE 0295 (IEC 60228) Technical data Max. brown.black. soldering irons and vacuum cleaners.5-4 mm2-2000V . brown. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to VDE 0282 part 4 Cu wires .black. grey blue.75-1 mm2-1500V 1.black. grey blue. grey yellow/green. grey.. to Flame test Resistance to oil +60∞— 2000 V 0. 50 Hz Ambient temperature during exploitation Bending radius.300/500 V BDS HD 22.H05RR-F CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Cu conductors ● EPR insulation ● EPR sheath Uo/U . min. for low medium mechanical loads. approx. cookers. brown yellow/green. blue.flexible.black. brown. class 5. blue. Testing acc. brown. brown brown.black With yellow/green yellow/green.4 S4 and VDE 0282-4 Applications These cables are used for connecting electrical equipment such as kitchen appliance. operating temperature of the conductor Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC. black.grey 270 ELKABEL .

0 3x1.3 8.6 8.5 2x2.8 9.5 3x0.0 5x0.5 5.1 9.2 18.0 5x1.1 9.0 9.0 4x0.0 6.5 5x2.8 11.5 10.5 16.5 4x2.0 9.6 9.0 10.3 12.2 6.75 3x1.0 4x6.9 10.2 7.4 12. kg/km CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES ELKABEL 271 .5 3x4.75 2x1.4 14.0 4x1.5 8.8 11.9 7.5 3x2.75 5x1.0 3x6.1 8.Construction data H05RR-F 300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 H05RR-F 2x0.8 16.4 8.8 7.3 11.3 12.0 9.7 6.6 11.6 13.0 2x1.7 15.75 4x1.1 7.8 6.6 8.5 4x4.3 15 20 29 48 22 30 43 72 117 176 30 40 58 97 156 234 37 50 72 121 47 56 85 125 60 75 110 160 230 330 80 100 140 210 280 420 100 120 160 240 Approx.7 12.7 14. outer diameter min (mm) max (mm) Copper weight kg/Ím Cable weight approx.

in power stations.5 20G0.5 16G0.5 21G0. plant construction and for production lines. with unrestricted movement.300/500 V VDE 0281-5 and BDS HD 21.5 7G0.VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 Core Identification: -2 conductors: black numbered. -3 or more conductors: black numbered + green/yellow Sheath PVC compound type TM5 according to VDE 0207 part 5 . It can be used with medium mechanical stress for fixed laying and flexible application. RAL 7001 Color: Flame test: Different colors available upon request.4 8.1 18.8 11. min Rated voltage for Test voltage AC.7 17.5 25G0.7 13. compound Type TI2 .1 12.13. kg/km 45 58 76 90 110 121 143 180 206 241 269 297 332 346 410 488 554 647 808 272 ELKABEL . Cable construction Conductor Insulation: bare copper flexible Class 5according to IEC 228 PVC.5 10G0. 50 Hz : Temperature range mobile: fixed: Testing according to HD 383.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2ı0.5 18G0.5 4G0.4 14.5 5G0. Construction data H05VV5-F Uo/U .8 7.2 14.0 Copper weight kg/Ím 9 13 18 22 27 31 35 44 53 62 71 80 88 93 110 133 150 177 221 Cable weight approx.3 10.40oC to + 70oC according to VDE 0472 test class B .5 14G0.2 19. S1 Application Unscreened HAR and UL/CSA approved numbered control cable for use as connection cable for control devices of machine tools. in dry.oil resistant gray .7 22.5 oC to + 70oC .5 34G0.km Uo/U 300/500 V 2000V . conveyor belts and installations.5 6G0. without tensile stress or forced movement control.4 15.7 6. IEC 228 70∞C in operation 150 ∞C in the event of a short circuit 20 MΩ. damp and wet rooms. according to VDE 0207 part 4 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Core temperature max Insulation resistance.5 8G0.5 30G0.H05VV5-F OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Uo/U . assembly lines. mm2 5.5 12G0.5 Outer diameter approx.3 8.3 9. The identification of cores by successive numbers avoids mistakes when installing .1 6.5 40G0.5 50G0.5 3G0.2 12.

7 9.5 21ı2.1 6.75 8G0.75 10G0.7 11.5 12G1.5 6G2.5 18ı2.5 3G2.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath.75 4G0.6 10.75 42G0.5 8G1.5 6G1.0 19.75 41G0.7 28.6 21.2 13.5 16.0 13.5 14ı2.5 6.3 23.7 9.75 2ı1 3G1 4G1 5G1 6G1 7G1 8G1 10G1 12G1 14G1 16G1 18G1 20G1 21G1 25G1 34G1 41ı1 50ı1 61ı1 2ı1.5 4G1.1 7.5 16G1.5 21G1.75 7G0.5 7G1.9 22.5 7G2.1 24.7 7.4 21.5 48G2.0 26.2 8.75 6G0.0 15.5 10G1.9 23.7 8.75 20G0.0 15.75 16G0.5 15.5 12ı2.75 3G0.8 12.3 8.9 18.75 50G0.75 21G0.1 10.9 21.0 12.5 8G2.3 16.7 15.5 13.3 20.8 15.6 16.5 2ı0.3 9.75 34G0.4 6.1 11.7 22.2 8.5 3G1.5 25.5 5G2.1 17.2 18.6 10.5 19.9 34.5 25G1.5 16ı2.5 2ı2.75 12G0.9 9. mm 24.8 12.75 5G0.9 14.0 13.7 7. kg/km 971 59 77 96 120 140 161 183 238 272 310 356 393 440 458 542 731 886 904 1066 1299 66 87 110 137 166 185 216 272 313 365 418 453 516 538 636 857 1036 1247 1517 90 105 129 155 182 194 224 293 332 382 432 478 526 554 667 1214 126 150 185 222 261 281 324 429 491 566 640 709 781 826 973 1807 ELKABEL 273 .5 4G2.75 25G0.8 11.8 17.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 61G0.5 14G1.5 25ı2.5 48ı2.5 20ı2.9 14.9 12. oil resistant OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Construction data H05VV5-F Uo/U .75 61G0.2 19.6 9.5 10G2.6 15.5 18G1.75 14G0.7 9.5 12.5 20G1.5 Outer diameter approx.2 13.9 22.75 18G0.3 Copper weight kg/Ím 269 14 22 29 36 43 50 58 72 87 101 115 130 144 151 180 245 296 303 360 440 19 29 38 48 58 67 77 96 115 135 154 173 192 202 241 327 394 481 587 25 37 49 62 74 86 99 123 148 173 197 222 247 259 308 592 41 62 82 103 123 144 165 206 247 288 329 370 411 432 514 1001 Cable weight approx.3 8.6 18.4 25.5 19.2 14.6 29.5 5G1.5 17.

0 8. tool machineries. compound Type TI2 .1 10.5 12G0. mm 8.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2x0. Construction data H05VVC4V5-K Uo/U .5 4G0.km Uo/U 300/500 V Core Identification: -2 conductors: black numbered.5 3G0. 150∞C in the event of a short circuit 20 MΩ.5 6G0.4 12. These are designed as control and connecting cables to machines.7 11.4 9. kg/km 92 109 126 156 176 192 211 230 280 274 ELKABEL . moist and wet rooms but not suitable for open air. These cables have been tested according to DIN VDE 0207 and 0473 and found to be totally oil resistant These cables are not effected to the chemical influences. IEC 228 70∞C in operation. 50 Hz: core/core core/screen Temperature range mobile: fixed: Radiation resistance Testing Flame test: -5∞C to +70∞C -40∞C to +70∞C up to 80 Mrad VDE 0281-13: test class B . compound type TM5 according to VDE 0207 part 5.5 Outer diameter approx.5 8G0.5 7G0. according to VDE 0281 part 1 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Core temperature max Insulation resistance. RAL 7001 2000V.5 5G0. -3 or more conductors: black numbered + green/yellow Type of lay-up Inner sheath Screen Sheath cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch TM2 to DIN VDE 0281 parti1 Tinned copper braided screening. bottling plants and car washing stations.5 Copper weight kg/Ím 30 36 42 48 58 64 72 80 105 Cable weight approx.VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 according to HD 383. covering approx. Cables for moist and wet rooms. Note: These cables may be allowed to move once installed provided that the cables are not mechanically stressed during movement. The interconnection of parts of machines used for manufacturing purposes including machine tools where some degree of protection against electromagnetic interference is required. S1 Application These cables are used for flexible use for medium mechanical stresses with free movement without tensile stress or forced movements in dry.13. 85% PVC. gray .H05VVC4V5-K OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Uo/U .5 13. 5min 2000V. min Rated voltage for Test voltage AC.5 12.300/500 V VDE 0281-13. oil resistant. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: bare copper flexible Class 5according to IEC 228 PVC. 5min Color: Different colors available upon request. BDS HD 21.1 10.5 9G0. specially used for machines in breweries. conveyor belts and production lines.

oil resistant OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Construction data H05VVC4V5-K Uo/U .0 26.75 14G0.5 50G0.8 28.6 12.4 8.5 8G2.6 22.9 18.5 8G1.9 9.75 9G0.3 8.5 2x2.5 14G1.1 10.6 15.4 11.75 7G0.5 32G1.75 12G0.75 2x1.5 14G2.4 16.5 41G1.5 18G0.5 65G0.9 11.5 27G2.5 12G2.5 25G0.5 9G1.0 26.5 12G1.8 20.8 23.5 15.5 5G1.5 24.0 29.5 4G1.6 18.75 3G0.3 27.8 Copper weight kg/Ím 114 137 210 236 298 317 349 470 530 563 41 48 55 66 75 85 98 112 135 151 190 69 75 90 108 130 157 173 185 240 283 355 366 448 516 702 754 778 790 805 81 104 134 175 225 289 375 415 522 897 971 Cable weight approx.75 4G0.5 6G1.7 27.5 5G2.75 8G0.5 34G1.5 37G1.5 36G0.8 10.75 18G0.7 12.7 20.3 14.4 24.3 20.5 41 G 0.5 3G1.0 20.4 12.5 25G1.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath.8 13.5 61 G 0.6 26.2 10.4 13.5 2x0.7 13.75 5G0.8 11.6 16.8 18.5 25G2.1 12.8 18.75 6G0.5 7G2.2 15. kg/km 302 384 556 599 634 620 770 970 1072 1198 102 115 150 173 195 235 268 285 327 362 488 146 176 207 235 279 314 345 380 500 560 707 723 950 1014 1133 1204 1261 1300 1453 190 243 280 342 439 489 760 890 1052 1375 1507 ELKABEL 275 .9 15.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 14G0.7 29.5 7G1.5 3G2.1 11.5 27G0.5 18G2.5 19G1.6 20.5 36G1.5 34G0. mm 14.0 25.5 Outer diameter approx.5 27G1.5 4G2.2 24.8 14.3 29.5 18G1.8 9.

5 4G0. 5min Color: Different colors available upon request. These cables have been tested according to DIN VDE 0207 and 0473 and found to be totally oil resistant These cables are not effected to the chemical influences. bottling plants and car washing stations.5 12.1 10. mm 8. tool machineries. min Rated voltage for Test voltage AC. according to VDE 0281 part 1 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Core temperature max Insulation resistance. conveyor belts and production lines.4 9.5 14. 85% PVC.5 9G0.300/500 V VDE 0281-13 Application These cables are used for flexible use for medium mechanical stresses with free movement without tensile stress or forced movements in dry. -3 or more conductors: black numbered + green/yellow Type of lay-up Inner sheath Screen Sheath cores laid up in layers of optimum pitch TM2 to DIN VDE 0281 parti1 Tinned copper braided screening. 50 Hz: core/core core/screen Temperature range mobile: fixed: Radiation resistance Testing Flame test: -5∞C to +70∞C -40∞C to +70∞C up to 80 Mrad according to VDE 0472 test class B .4 12.5 12G0.2 Copper weight kg/Ím 30 36 42 48 58 64 72 80 105 114 Cable weight approx. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: bare copper flexible Class 5according to IEC 228 PVC. oil resistant grey . Note: These cables may be allowed to move once installed provided that the cables are not mechanically stressed during movement.5 Outer diameter approx. Cables for moist and wet rooms. RAL 7001 or transparent 2000V.5 3G0. moist and wet rooms but not suitable for open air.5 13.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2x0. covering approx. specially used for machines in breweries. 150∞C in the event of a short circuit 20 MΩ. 5min 2000V.5 7G0. IEC 228 70∞C in operation. compound type TM5 according to VDE 0207 part 5.7 11.5 8G0. compound Type TI2 .OPVC-JZ-CY OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Uo/U .VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 according to HD 383. These are designed as control and connecting cables to machines.km Uo/U 300/500 V Core Identification: -2 conductors: black numbered. The interconnection of parts of machines used for manufacturing purposes including machine tools where some degree of protection against electromagnetic interference is required.5 6G0.5 14G0.1 10. Construction data OPVC-JZ-CY Uo/U .0 8. kg/km 92 109 126 156 176 192 211 230 280 302 276 ELKABEL .5 5G0.

0 29.7 13.5 4G2.5 65G0.5 25G2.4 11.75 14G0.8 18.4 13.5 3G1.8 13.5 36G1.0 20.9 18.8 11.6 20.5 27G2.5 61 G 0.0 26.6 12.5 25G1.0 26.1 10. oil resistant OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Construction data OPVC-JZ-CY Uo/U .5 4G1.5 24.5 7G1.4 12.1 12.5 7G2.5 5G2.3 8.8 20.5 32G1.75 9G0. kg/km 384 556 599 634 620 770 970 1072 1198 102 115 150 173 195 235 268 285 327 362 488 146 176 207 235 279 314 345 380 500 560 707 723 950 1014 1133 1204 1261 1300 1453 190 243 280 342 439 489 760 890 1052 1375 1507 ELKABEL 277 .5 9G1.5 14G2.5 18G2.0 25.8 Copper weight kg/Ím 137 210 236 298 317 349 470 530 563 41 48 55 66 75 85 98 112 135 151 190 69 75 90 108 130 157 173 185 240 283 355 366 448 516 702 754 778 790 805 81 104 134 175 225 289 375 415 522 897 971 Cable weight approx.3 14.8 10.3 20.5 19G1.75 8G0.75 7G0.8 23.5 6G1.1 11.5 2x0.5 2x2.4 16.4 8.3 29.9 11.75 6G0.7 20.5 25G0.5 8G1.7 12.75 18G0.9 9.75 5G0.6 22.5 50G0.75 2x1.5 Outer diameter approx.75 3G0.5 34G0.75 12G0.5 27G0.5 12G2.5 34G1. mm 15.5 27G1.2 10.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 18G0.5 41G1.5 14G1.7 29.5 36G0.8 28.2 24.4 24.5 5G1.8 9.5 15.5 12G1.3 27.6 18.8 18.6 15.6 16.9 15.7 27.75 4G0.8 14.5 18G1.5 8G2.5 37G1.5 3G2.6 26.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath.5 41 G 0.

5 16G0.7 13. conveyor belts and installations.1 12. 50 Hz: Thickness of Insulation up 0.JZ OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Uo/U .5 5G0.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2ı0.3 8.5 3G0.2 19.5 12G0. with unrestricted movement.300/500 V VDE 0281-13 Application Unscreened HAR and UL/CSA approved numbered control cable for use as connection cable for control devices of machine tools. kg/km 45 58 76 90 110 121 143 180 206 241 269 297 332 346 410 488 554 647 808 278 ELKABEL .5 7G0.5 18G0.4 14.5 10G0.JZ Uo/U .OPVC .5 Outer diameter approx. oil resistant grey .7 17.4 15.5 50G0.5 25G0.5 6G0.5 20G0. without tensile stress or forced movement control. mm 5.3 9.VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 Core Identification: -2 conductors: black numbered.5 21G0. compound type TM5 according to VDE 0207 part 5.8 7.km Uo/U 300/500 V 1500V 2000V -5∞C to +70∞C -40∞C to +70∞C up to 80 Mrad according to VDE 0472 test class B .5 8G0. RAL 7001 Color: Different colors available upon request.5 4G0. Construction data OPVC . according to VDE 0207 part 4 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Core temperature max Insulation resistance. 150∞C in the event of a short circuit 20 MΩ. assembly lines.1 18. The identification of cores by successive numbers avoids mistakes when installing .5 34G0. damp and wet rooms.5 30G0.1 6.7 6. compound Type TI2 .3 10. It can be used with medium mechanical stress for fixed laying and flexible application. in power stations. plant construction and for production lines. IEC 228 70∞C in operation. in dry.2 14.7 22.4 8.8 11.2 12. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: bare copper flexible Class 5 according to IEC 228 PVC.5 40G0.6mm Temperature range mobile: fixed: Radiation resistance Testing Flame test: according to HD 383. -3 or more conductors: black numbered + green/yellow Sheath PVC.6mm Thickness of Insulation over 0.0 Copper weight kg/Ím 9 13 18 22 27 31 35 44 53 62 71 80 88 93 110 133 150 177 221 Cable weight approx. min Rated voltage for Test voltage AC.5 14G0.

2 13.5 25G1.2 8.7 22. mm 24.5 48ı2.75 6G0.5 2ı2.5 25ı2.9 23.5 16.5 19.5 12.1 6.4 25.0 12.5 3G1.75 61G0.75 20G0.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath.5 48G2.2 19.6 16.5 8G2.75 5G0.8 11. oil resistant OIL RESISTANT PVC SHEATED CONDUCTORS Construction data OPVC .75 18G0.3 16.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 61G0.75 4G0.5 12ı2.5 3G2.5 7G1.3 Copper weight kg/Ím 269 14 22 29 36 43 50 58 72 87 101 115 130 144 151 180 245 296 303 360 440 19 29 38 48 58 67 77 96 115 135 154 173 192 202 241 327 394 481 587 25 37 49 62 74 86 99 123 148 173 197 222 247 259 308 592 41 62 82 103 123 144 165 206 247 288 329 370 411 432 514 1001 Cable weight approx.75 2ı1 3G1 4G1 5G1 6G1 7G1 8G1 10G1 12G1 14G1 16G1 18G1 20G1 21G1 25G1 34G1 41ı1 50ı1 61ı1 2ı1.7 7.9 18.1 11.75 41G0.6 10.5 18G1.9 12.75 50G0.1 7.5 20ı2.5 20G1.6 10.7 9.5 14ı2.3 9.3 8.9 34.5 13.5 7G2.75 7G0.5 5G1.0 19.8 17.9 21.2 14. kg/km 971 59 77 96 120 140 161 183 238 272 310 356 393 440 458 542 731 886 904 1066 1299 66 87 110 137 166 185 216 272 313 365 418 453 516 538 636 857 1036 1247 1517 90 105 129 155 182 194 224 293 332 382 432 478 526 554 667 1214 126 150 185 222 261 281 324 429 491 566 640 709 781 826 973 1807 ELKABEL 279 .5 14G1.6 29.4 21.5 15.5 2ı0.7 8.3 23.6 21.1 24.9 14.7 7.6 18.0 15.7 11.75 34G0.5 12G1.2 8.8 15.5 4G1.5 21ı2.2 13.5 6G1.5 16ı2.3 20.5 21G1.1 10.9 9.5 18ı2.9 22.0 15.75 21G0.1 17.5 25.5 Outer diameter approx.7 15.5 4G2.5 17.5 16G1.75 10G0.7 9.9 22.75 42G0.75 14G0.5 6G2.75 16G0.75 3G0.7 28.2 18.5 8G1.0 26.JZ Uo/U .75 8G0.6 15.5 19.8 12.3 8.0 13.9 14.7 9.5 10G2.5 10G1.75 25G0.8 12.4 6.75 12G0.6 9.5 5G2.0 13.5 6.

7 8.4 10.0 6.5 14.0 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 Outer diameter approx. green. termosetting insulation black. 50 Hz: Temperature range mobile: fixed: Bending radius up to 10mm diameter >10 mm diameter Flame propagation: Smoke emission according to BS 6360 90∞C in operation.1 5.5 2.5 27. zero halogen.5 4.7 5.4 Copper weight kg/Ím 2145 2694 3448 4428 5782 13 22 35 52 95 147 224 331 446 636 842 1075 1354 1639 2148 Cable weight approx. mm 22. brown.3 9.H07Z-U/R/K CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS WITH LOW EMISSION OF SMOKE AND CORROSIVE GASES WHEN AFFECTED BY FARE Cu conductors ● insulation LSOH Uo/U .0 3.5 2.8 3.1 22. smoke emission and toxic fumes create a potential threat.4 19.4 12.6 4.5 4.1 38.1 3. blue. red.8 19. Cable construction Conductor Insulation: Color copper wires.6 16.5 2.5 32.3 28.0 3.6 21.0 6.according to BS 6360 .6 9.0 6.9 17. according to BS 7211 450/750 V 2500 V -5∞C to +70∞C -40∞C to +70∞C 10 x cable diameter 15 x cable diameter test according to BS 4066-1 test according BS 7622-2 Construction data H07Z-U/R/K 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 HO7Z-U 1.300/500 V BS 7211 Application Suitable for use in conduit and for fixed.7 25. white.6 7.5 3.5 4.9 12.0 17.0 3. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Core temperature max Insulation resistance Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.3 5.2 or 5 Type EI 5 . yellow.8 4.8 14. In particular for installation where fire. mm 2.7 6.9 Copper weight kg/Ím 14 22 36 54 90 13 22 35 52 87 139 221 306 416 601 835 1056 1302 1629 Cable weight approx. low smoke. gray. protected installation.1 4. kg/km 20 29 45 64 107 21 33 48 68 112 165 259 349 474 666 922 1148 1418 1773 Construction data H07Z-U/R/K 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 240 300 400 500 600 HO7Z-K 1. violet. kg/km 2323 2909 3709 4742 6135 20 31 45 67 118 173 265 377 509 706 921 1160 1451 1739 2287 280 ELKABEL . orange Two-color combinations are not permitted except for green/yellow.5 11. pink.0 10 HO7Z-R 1.6 4.class 1.0 10 16 25 35 50 70 985 120 150 185 Outer diameter approx.0 6.

BARE STRANDED CONDUCTORS ELKABEL BARE STRANDED CONDUCTORS .

727 0.268 0.0991 0.70 7x2.1 12.443 0.125 0.83 1.641 0.124 0.08 1.03 37x2. Construction data Cu/Al conductors class 2 Nominal cross-section mm2 0.100 0.61 3.50 37x2.61 3.387 0.75 1.206 0.25 61x2.0 10.0778 0.0366 7.50 0.0605 282 ELKABEL .1 7.0 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x0.53 7x0.00 1.20 0.153 0.524 0.78 19x2.320 0.85 7x1.0470 0.193 0.85 61x3.0754 0.31 7x0.37 7x0.253 0. BS 6360 MULTIWIRE CONDUCTORS Application Multi.50 19x1.41 4.0 16.41 4.14 7x2.50 61x2.0 24. DIN VDE 0295.14 19x2.868 0.25 37x2.0601 0.35 7x1. max Copper conductors (Ω/km) Aluminium conductors (Ω/km) 36.164 0.44 7x0.67 7x0.15 0.0 6.50 61x2.wire copper and aluminium conductors for cables and conductors.03 7x1.91 1.Multiwire copper and aluminium conductors class 2 IEC 60228.50 2.50 4.08 1.20 Electrical resistance at 20Ó—.5 18.

50 7x8x0.15 7x0.25 7x0.0 50.64 4.79 4.50 2.67 12x16x0.26 2.20 8x0.52 89.60 7x12x0.35 0.824 0.0392 162.207 0.85 61x14x0.00 1.0 16.0660 0.30 14x0.85 30x11x0. max Copper conductors (Ω/km) Tinned copper conductors (Ω/km) 158.67 12x12x0.50 30x0.90 20.85 Electrical resistance at 20Ó—.161 0.00 1.65 80.67 19x14x0.89 3.35 138.14 0.0 70.375 0.0798 0.158 0.75 1.0509 0.85 37x14x0.80 12.04 1.809 0.20 19.30 12x0.19 58.67 19x14x0.99 3.12 0.60 7x14x0.15 8x0.85 61x11x0.126 0.24 0.95 57.103 0.70 25.52 91.21 0.0499 0.70 7.550 0.25 0.85 37x11x0.BDS 904-84 Multiwire copper conductors class 4 MULTIWIRE CONDUCTORS Application Flexible copper wires for cables and conductors.32 2.50 0.60 25.20 0.50 7x7x0.0 25.67 19x18x0.0814 0.20 7x0.561 0.50 4.0 35.128 0.00 6.0 95.0400 ELKABEL 283 .104 0.0 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x0.30 11x0.203 0.40 13.01 39. Construction data Cu conductors class 4 Nominal cross-section mm2 0.286 0.382 0.30 77.281 0.40 20x0.00 7.0647 0.00 10.93 142.40 20x0.65 40.

0 16.206 0.50 37x25x0.30 7x12x0.554 0.277 0.95 1.129 0.0484 0.108 0.272 0.50 61x29x0.21 5.40 19x21x0.0817 0.0 35.20 30x0.30 84x0.00 1.0495 0.Multiwire copper conductors class 5 IEC 60228.00 6.24 0.0384 40.0 25. BS 6360 MULTIWIRE CONDUCTORS Application Flexible copper wires for cables and conductors.3 7.386 0.91 1.50 36x21x0.40 19x19x0.7 20.20 24x0.30 1.0 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 16x0.50 0.106 0.50 61x25x0.0654 0.393 0.132 0.0801 0.1 26.95 3.210 0.0641 0.0 70.40) 7x18x0.40 12x23x0.39 1.50 19x25x0.795 0. DIN VDE 0295.21 0.20 32x0.5 13.0 19.780 0.161 0.38 (80x0.50 37x33x0.50 61x33x0.0 50.7 8.25 56x0.0 13. max Copper conductors (Ω/km) Tinned copper conductors (Ω/km) 39.50 2.40 7x28x0.50 4.09 3.0391 284 ELKABEL .60 Electrical resistance at 20Ó—.98 4.164 0. Construction data Cu conductors class 5 Nominal cross-section mm2 0.0 95.565 0.75 1.0 10.0 26.25 50x0.50 19x32x0.

7 20.50 4.98 4.21 0.95 3. BS 6360 Multiwire copper conductors class 6 MULTIWIRE CONDUCTORS Application Flexible copper wires for cables and conductors.5 13.24 0.7 8.20 27x40x0.15 56x0.164 0.0 19.15 7x26x0.0 13.0 70.20 19x26x0.00 6.30 1.30 Electrical resistance at 20Ó—. Construction data Cu conductors class 6 Nominal cross-section mm2 0.00 10.393 0.210 0.0 16. DIN VDE 0295.00 1.30 37x56x0.0 50.129 40.132 ELKABEL 285 .15 7x32x0.30 27x36x0.15) 7x20x0.21 5.272 0.0 26.IEC 60228.0 35.277 0.75 1.1 26.206 0.39 1.15 7x12x0.30 37x34x0.09 3.554 0.386 0.161 0.795 0.780 0.20 19x36x0.91 1.3 7.50 2.15 (84x0.20 7x44x0.565 0.50 0.0 95.0 120 150 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 28x0.30 37x44x0.0 25.20 19x40x0.15 42x0.95 1. max Copper conductors (Ω/km) Tinned copper conductors (Ω/km) 39.

10 7x2.527 0.80 19x2.10 19x2.50 61x2.81 97.90 58.38 Net weight of copper Electrical resistance aprox.50 61x2.98 72.155 0.50 19x2.02 6.195 0.35 9.042 0.70 7x2.38 37.80 37x2.89 61x3.38 26. Construction data Cu conductors Nominal cross-section mm2 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.42 200.806 1.25 37x2.50 19x1.25 61x/2. at 20ÓC.23 Breaking load min kN 4.139 0.04 160.Bare copper conductors DIN 48201 part 1 BARE COPPER CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead electric power transmission systems.124 0.39 46.100 0.061 0.746 0.72 13.77 19. max kg/km 90 143 218 310 437 596 845 1060 1337 1649 2209 2725 3640 4545 (Ω/km) 1.075 0.23 120.35 7x1.376 0.276 0.036 286 ELKABEL .

3 142.540 42.194 5.5215 0.1436 0.25 19x3.09582 0.267 6.090 34.940 55.1763 0.80 7x3.40 12.09981 ELKABEL 287 .35 7x1.490 Net weight of copper Electrical resistance aprox.082 1.3622 0.2738 0.9 298.788 1.752 5.75 7x2.2 840.940 53.140 36.60 3x/2.860 18.700 25. max kg/km 89.8 621.442 12.90 19x3.1932 0.46 7x2.520 17.1233 0.7391 0.BS 7884 Bare copper conductors BARE COPPER CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead electric power transmission systems.2 308.2 1055 1131 1377 1334 1695 1647 (Ω/km) 1.20 37x2.82 126. at 20ÓC.55 19x2.1540 0.65 7x1.880 68.80 19x2.50 7x3.273 1.118 0.4 217.7 911.5386 0.5405 0.830 45.55 37x2.3 296.1 593.10 3x/3.2586 0.5 435.00 19x1.30 19x2.10 19x2.2 148. Construction data conductors Nominal cross-section mm2 10 14 16 16 25 32 32 35 50 50 70 70 95 100 120 125 150 150 185 185 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.50 7x4.860 66.073 12.946 9.70 7x2.3727 0.128 0.50 Breaking load min kN 3.930 24.0 443.

40 21.652 1.099 0.00 28x2.882 8.20+1x3.24 30. Electrical oresist.778 7.80+1x3.48 120.073 0.12 7x2.96 18.292 46.80 24x3.55 7x4.19 0.595 23.50+1x4.251 57.83 29.20 0. approx.121 110.40 9.663 14.24+19x2.52 27.50 7x3.351 28.15 61x3.80+1x2.10 6.195 0.031 1.70 7x2.1+7x2.87+7x2.77 0.02 0.20 6x3.119 0.50 28x3.00 Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.00 54x3.66+7x3.838 4.50 19x4.59+7x2.80 6x2.895 76.50 9.29+7x2.20 Al St 24x2.04 93.00 10.22 5.80 6x4.195 0. min kN Type "AC" 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 150 185 240 300 400 500 5.20+1x2.58 0.185 18.196 70.249 5. approx.00 15.37+19x2.24 77. Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 600 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.60 11.36 7. kN Ω/km kg/km Construction data Nominal Stranding and cross-section wire diameter mm2 N ı mm Al St 6x1.24 27.098 149.40 54x2.00 24x3.BDS 1133 .80 28x3.16 16.59+7x2.80 6x3.778 17.073 Type "ACO" 46.05 31.83 1.62+7x2.47 0.60 54x3.414 0.95 16.89 Bare aluminium conductors and aluminum conductors.944 10.69 37x4.02 0.307 0. steel reinforced BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.480 36.80+1x1. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead power transmission.058 0.927 60.160 89.15 19x3.074 0.56 23.17 56.246 0.073 88.55 24.834 0.40 13.060 42 62 101 132 187 263 319 407 500 657 814 1092 408 500 670 805 1083 1332 20 30 48 53 88 124 172 209 269 338 441 568 139 172 248 291 388 469 62 92 149 63 275 387 511 616 769 995 1255 1660 547 672 918 1096 1471 1801 Electrical resistance at 20oC. kg/km kg/km kg/km 288 ELKABEL .301 46.20 6x2.12 19x2.59 0.50 28x2. max Ω/km Weight Al Weight St Weight of conductor.783 23.00 7x3.48 150.50 15.038 0.121 0.95 2.60 8.20 28x4.29+7x2.50 20.36 14.98 0.048 44 68 94 136 190 256 322 407 503 657 820 1091 1380 1668 Breaking load. max tor.40 25.579 0.159 0.804 1.00 22.158 0.160 0.38 0.55 Conductor diameter mm Type "A" 5.98 21.8+7x1.65 12.75 17.04+7x3.260 13.097 0.40 6.80 19x3.60 18.00 37x3.Weight of conducmin ance at 20 C.20 28x2.422 32.20 37x3.

0 10.68 18.0578 kg/km 43 66 94 135 133 181 256 322 406 500 670 827 1104 1379 ELKABEL 289 .10 19x2. approx.181 0.70 7x2.80 19x2.3 7.437 0.23 Conductor diameter mm Al conductors 5.94 8.50 9.802 1.0 15.Weight of conducmin ance at 20 C.67 Ω/km 1.196 0.833 0.3 22.25 61x/2.635 0.25 37x2.78 7.5 20. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead electric power transmission systems.54 39.5 26.80 37x2.246 0.5 12.78 25.86 74.579 0.50 61x2.10 7x2.17 5.0 9. kN 2.0722 0.50 19x2.1194 0.0965 0.84 4. Electrical oresist.00 19x1.8 17.70 60.1 Breaking load.45 11. max tor.89 61x3.5 14.30 30.51 47.VDE 48201 Part 5 Bare aluminium stranded conductors BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.0 29.1587 0.309 0.1 6.50 61x/2.32 15.50 7x3. Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 16 25 35 50 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.

0506 42 66 95 122 133 142 193 261 267 293 336 338 354 412 475 508 578 586 638 672 723 841 843 938 1056 1067 1201 1240 1356 1366 1411 1520 1552 1578 20 31 45 249 63 234 90 121 442 594 156 559 234 190 315 234 267 388 234 310 268 388 310 234 388 268 442 310 498 268 355 559 388 310 62 97 140 373 196 378 284 383 714 899 494 904 590 604 794 744 848 979 874 985 998 1233 1155 1174 1448 1336 1647 1553 1860 1636 1770 2085 1943 1889 290 ELKABEL .0851 0.5 25/4 35/6 44/32 50/8 50/30 70/12 95/15 95/55 105/75 120/20 120/70 125/30 150/25 170/40 185/30 210/35 210/50 230/30 240/40 265/35 300/50 305/40 340/30 380/50 385/35 435/55 450/40 490/65 495/35 510/45 550/70 560/50 570/40 5.0757 0.33 26x3.86+7x3.0 17.1094 0.90 12x3.00 24x3.94 98.0 21.20 12x2.0566 0.20+7x2.0 27.0 21.49 54x3.00+7x2.60+7x3.1682 0.27 120. approx.00 48x3.18 44.70+7x2.49 26x3.8793 1.0 20.00+7x2.68+7x2.46 82.91 104.0 16.00+7x2.86 54.8 28.0666 0.25 26x2.3 17.68+7x2.17 80. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead electric power transmission systems.25 73.68 48x3.6 29.09 99.7 30.1571 0.60 48x3.68 54x3.81 9.8353 0.80 6x2.0514 0.2 5.1380 0.25 6x2.15+7x1.70+7x2.60+7x3.33+7x2.2 9.6 16.0748 0.4130 0.09 86.0949 0.0526 0.5 24.10+19x2.45+7x2.28 74.31 136.5 18.20+7x3.31 35.2736 0.25+1x2.4 32.00+7x3.1363 0.0644 0. Construction data Nominal Stranding and cross-section wire diameter mm2 N ı mm Al St 6x1.8 8.98 1.33 26x1.20 106.33 26x3.37 77.3058 0.7 13.94 105.19 152.2992 0.5644 0.87 54x3.49 48x3.30 92.10 30x2.69 44.33 54x3.5946 0.86+7x3.3 21.85+7x1.0 26.1249 0.7 32.0590 0.1939 0.74+7x2.33 167.16 57.2364 0.85 120.7 11.42 146. steel reinforced DIN 48 204 BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.50+7x2.9 30.28 26.7 28.70 45.67 12x3.1 11.5 15.28 137.9 19.02 12.6573 0.31 134.2 32.49 30x3.6 11.1 25.8 22. kg/km kg/km kg/km Al/St reinforced conductors 16/2.0584 0.40 6x3.01 66.00 54x2.70+1x2.1188 0.20+7x3.Bare aluminium conductors.80+1x1.33 26x2.44 26x2.45+7x2.68 24x3.40 45x3.70 14x2.2374 0.70 26x3.68 Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.20+7x2.74+7x2.00+7x3.56 120.44+7x1.40+7x3.0949 0.46 17.4 24.33+7x2.2028 0.20 48x3.00 45x4.2259 0.60 30x2.02+7x2. max Ω/km Weight Al Weight St Weight of conductor.1 18. min kN Electrical resistance at 20oC.20+1x3.94 92.4 6.20 14x3.

8 549. Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 10 16 25 40 63 100 125 160 200 250 315 400 450 500 560 630 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.2302 0.80 10.5 72.00 14.00 20.7896 1.00 30.1151 0.09 6.00 23.27 19x3.0 80.95 5.00 29.Weight of conducmin ance at 20 C.6 439.0721 0.90 17.0 51.1 867.13 7x2.1453 0.7 89.0577 0.40 4.00 27.50 8.9 1102 1239.8 343.1439 0.40 18.12 3.9 1738.04 6.29 37x3. approx.40 26.2877 0.59 19x2.15 37x4.0458 kg/km 27.3 Al conductors 4.0 64.60 32.94 37x4.39 61x3.97 26.25 16.39 19x2.4545 0.4 43.0641 0.7158 0. max tor.35 7x1.8 1377.20 10.6 1542.30 32.7 687.8633 1.IEC 1089 Bare aluminium conductors BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS. Electrical oresist.8 68.50 21.05 1.1798 0.3 274.50 40.63 Conductor diameter mm Breaking load. kN Ω/km 2.0515 0.89 19x3.39 12.4 109.70 7x3. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead power transmission.66 19x4.09 37x3.0916 0.71 37x3.80 ELKABEL 291 .4 172.6 100.71 7x2.

32 14.73 233.81 42.3 321.40 26.4132 0.00+7x2.9 Type AL1 conductors 5.35 266.10 7x2.AL1 93.50 6.5 31. max Ω/km Weight Al Weight St Weight of conductor.23 Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.95 12.7 11.0 8.50 61x2.80 24-AL1/4-St1A 6x2.5944 0.15+7x1.AL1 299.10+19x2.9 671. approx.2742 41.8317 0.10 19x2.8342 0.25 5.27 34. kg/km kg/km kg/km Type AL1/St1A conductors Al St 15-AL1/3-St1A 6x1.94 10.8769 1.1 1382.1787 0.47 Construction data Nominal Stranding and cross-section wire diameter mm2 N ı mm Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.1 380.4367 0.25 61x2.6 16.3 132.26 141.66 248.2 9.Weight of conducmin ance at 20 C.Bare aluminium and aluminium steel reinforced stranded conductors BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.82 1.1 62.89 61x3.9 256.85 105.40 6.7 500.76 260.93 77.1 828.24 16.2 19.0 68.20+1x3.5939 0.85+7x1.0723 0.01 44.4 138. Electrical oresist.66 22.70 7x2.14 441. Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 16-AL1 24.67 97-AL1/56-St1A 12x3.78 20.98 26.5776 0.85 65.00 8.20 51-AL1/30-St1A 12x2.48 17.82 369.AL1 400.20+7x3.5 1107.5 16.2 132.22 292.2992 0.8 61.33+7x2.02 29.2012 0. approx.AL1 182.12 593.0 19.16 121.01 9.7986 1.AL1 117.41 9.34 886 292 ELKABEL .5 52.1 282.85 31.25+1x2.AL1 34.1193 0.9 180.7 96.7 13. kN Ω/km 1.AL1 48. max tor. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead electric power transmission systems.4 66.80 19x2.80 8.25 34-AL1/6-St1A 6x2.5644 0.37 44.49 707.3 43.1 82.1 11.AL1 500.50 7x3.3060 0.9 135.25 37x2.AL1 66.70 44-AL1/32-St1A 14x2.80+1x1.0579 kg/km 43.0966 0.87 89.1960 0.5 405.3 93.AL1 243.40 48-AL1/8-St1A 6x3.14 192.5 11. min kN Electrical resistance at 20oC.2456 0.44 94-AL1/15-St1A 26x2.50 19x2.5 5.4 194.99 375.75 8.3081 0.33 70-AL1/11-St1A 26x1.AL1 147.70+1x2.0 17.1588 0.6574 0.39 94.50 61x2.AL1 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm 7x1.10 3.00 19x1.89 15.8 26.02 6.AL1 49.85 12.80 37x2.60 11.20 106-AL1/76-St1A 14x3.32 120.36 7.30 4.

12 81.83 558.49 30x3.84 973.30 102. kg/km kg/km kg/km Type AL1/St1A conductors 122-AL1/20-St1A 122-AL1/71-St1A 128-AL1/30-St1A 149-AL1/24-St1A 172-AL1/40-St1A 184-AL1/30-St1A 209-AL1/34-St1A 212-AL1/49-St1A 231-AL1/30-St1A 243-AL1/39-St1A 264-AL1/34-St1A 304-AL1/49-St1A 305-AL1/39-St1A 339-AL1/30-St1A 382-AL1/49-St1A 386-AL1/34-St1A 434-AL1/56-St1A 449-AL1/39-St1A 490-AL1/64-St1A 494-AL1/34-St1A 511-AL1/45-St1A 550-AL1/71-St1A 562-AL1/49-St1A 571-AL1/39-St1A 15.6 1171.10 30x2.1095 0.70 26x3.2 1440.49 48x3.56 133.60+7x3.7 155.33 26x2.13 85.1363 0.4 490.8 28.45+7x2.0 21.78 993.9 19.68+7x2.86+7x3.9 1632.05 870.40+7x3.0590 0.0526 0.00 24x3.00+7x3.20 48x3.33+7x2.9 1551.4 1054.68 48x3.57 788.87 189.60 48x3.04 105.BDS EN 50182 BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.0852 0.68+7x2.38 726.6 474.67 74.96 600.49 54x3.0 20.7 30.71 121.19 841. max Ω/km Weight Al Weight St Weight of conductor.1 18.4 32.74+7x2.7 1353.02+7x2.0949 0.03 233.20+7x2.1 25.87 54x3.0584 0.44+7x1. min kN Electrical resistance at 20oC.7 309.87 309.1571 0.87 267.33 54x3.7 32.86+7x3.50 97.6 1641.20+7x2.83 895. approx.46 72.1188 0.00 45x4.32 146.09 387.70+7x2.33 26x3.6 1765.59 119.31 166.05 150.5 1887.7 309.09 96.0666 0.72 839.70+7x2.32 336.3 1549.6 29.81 117.20+7x3.00 54x2.2 32.1 ELKABEL 293 .16 741.13 506.87 387.94 353.89 1150.31 979.4 24.1 1851.3 1239.1683 0.40 0.3 21.41 53.0 26.27 73.3 2076.50+7x2.24 586.9 30.0949 0.5 18.7 267.92 56.7 233.36 92.68 54x3.2260 0.8 22.2364 0.45+7x2.40 45x3.3 17.20 937.2 1939.92 1365.90 12x3.68 24x3.80 91.68 Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.0506 335.4 267.0 27.12 309.1 1066.51 1199.0566 0.00+7x3.1940 0.7 28.3 233.8 1577.44 1333.28 136.09 387.47 1517.09 441.0758 0.40 233.0644 0.4 24.33 26x3.0 16.49 26x3.09 354.97 314.2 44.1250 0.81 1226.35 636.75 585.51 558.89 65.0 21.0 843.29 387.00 48x3.5 1410.09 410.91 576.0749 0.60 30x2.1381 0.00+7x2.74+7x2.60+7x3.0515 0.98 267.44 670. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Construction data Nominal Stranding and cross-section wire diameter mm2 N ı mm Al St 26x2.2376 0.40 497.96 133.00+7x2.

1363 18x3. STEEL REINFORCED .1563 30x3.35 0.22 21.95 61. max tor.53 79.08916 37x3.Breaking load.90 0.5426 12x2. approx.90 0.61 18.2702 19x3.72+7x1.08 9.227 7x3.10 0.13 69.78 26.59 7. kN Ω/km kg/km 64 145 174 290 434 587 731 888 1145 ALUMINIUM STRANDED CONDUCTORS .45 0.59 18. approx.59+1x2.00 0.10 40. max tor.40 0.3936 6x4.75 35.62 131.5419 7x3.1083 19x4.30 8.00 92.18 28. N ı mm mm kN Ω/km kg/km 106 128 172 214 538 394 726 506 842 587 974 671 1621 ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.79 19.25 48.Weight of conducdiameter ter min ance at 20 C.06944 Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 25 30 40 50 70 100 150 150 175 175 200 200 400 Stranding and wire Conductor diame.BS 215 part 1 7x2.18+7x3.57 14.35+1x3.36+1x2.70 0.36 7. Electrical oresist.70 0.79+7x2.20 0.61+1x3.35 10.00 15.05 41.77 11.00+1x3.10 9.00+7x3.80 0.6766 6x3.1349 19x4.86 19.093 6x2.17 16.30 46.06 6.28 0.10 0. Electrical oresist.86+1x3.05 18.25 25.1367 54x3.46 63.1828 18x3.35+1x3.59+7x2.99 1.20 9.15 32. Construction data Nominal crosssection mm2 22 50 60 100 150 200 250 300 400 Stranding and wire diameter N ı mm Conductor diameter mm Breaking load.79+7x2. steel reinforced BARE ALUMINIUMCONDUCTORS AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTORS.BS 215 part 2 6x2.20 0.40 10.55 0.4505 7x4.70 0.00 21.18 3.78 18.39 13.00 9.40 0.215 part 1 Bare aluminium conductors andand BS BS 215 part 2 aluminum conductors.0674 294 ELKABEL .61 1. STEEL-REINFORCED FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For overhead power transmission.90 32.25 0.79 13.75 0.Weight of conducmin ance at 20 C.1825 19x3.1815 30x2.20 0.9077 6x3.2733 30x2.1576 18x3.25 16.35 16.65 23.

CABLES AND WIRES ACCORDING TO BDS ELKABEL CABLES AND WIRES ACCORDING TO BDS .

blue.core Multiple core Color coding Single core . shafts or pits. Cable costruction Construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Color re rm sm According to BDS 16291-85.6/1 kV AC .0. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. Other constructions according to table. circular stranded conductor. min.6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms. Conductors type circular solid conductor. conductor temperature Max. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— Max. Double core -light blue and brown or yellow-green and black.SVT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .12 kV 10 D cable -5 ÓC Ó -30 — to +50 Ó— BDS IEC 332-1 5. tunnels. Grey or black. solid or twisted copper wires.4 kV 50 Hz DC . at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. in canals. PVC compound. not more than 5 sec. brown. PVC compound.yellow/green or other colors upon request.core According to BDS 904-84 +70 Ó— +160 Ó—. sector stranded conductor. class 1 or 2 according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228). Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test 3. 0. blue brown brown black black grey grey or yelor low/green yellow/green blue brown brown black grey blue brown black with number mark on black grey cores black or or with number mark on yellow/green black and yellow/green blue brown cores core in the outer cover black grey 296 ELKABEL . *cable is produced without or with joint filling.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz.core 4.black.

3 10.5 2 ı 4.5 19 ı 1.2 22.3 20.2 11.0 21.3 24.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 1.1 30.4 11.7 18.1 13.9 39.5 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/re rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re Construction data SVT 0.0 5 ı 1.5 8 ı 2.5 5 ı 2.5 16 ı 2.9 11.0 14.8 37.7 12.5 16.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.0 37.0 8.2 13.8 36.5 30 ı 1.8 14.3 27.3 41.8 27.8 33.0 3 ı 1.8 20.8 25.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.4 16.2 30.0 12.0 48.0 5 ı 6.5 8 ı 1.5 30 ı 2.0 13.4 14.0 10.5 9.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SVT 0.5 16 ı 1.1 35. mm 7.7 15.0 3 ı 6.0 10 ı 4.4 48.9 13.4 27.5 3 ı 4.2 49.2 28.5 24 ı 2.1 16.9 21.8 21.4 36.0 2 ı 1.5 17. kg/km 216 317 408 593 951 1285 1778 2307 3101 4250 5210 6385 7960 10310 160 195 260 380 500 735 1150 1700 2360 3130 4230 5640 230 265 315 365 415 470 550 690 840 1090 315 365 445 525 590 670 780 995 1210 1485 470 668 630 965 ELKABEL 297 .8 15.5 24.5 23.0 4 ı 1.8 31.5 1 ı 2.2 45.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 4 ı 2.0 4 ı 6.5 7 ı 2.6 24.0 + 2.2 11.5 4 ı 4.6 10.5 37 ı 2.5 + 1.9 28.5 7 ı 4.0 Cu weight kg/km 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 45 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 2330 3260 4430 96 110 140 165 195 220 260 330 410 506 160 182 228 275 320 365 435 546 685 845 255 365 384 640 Cable weight approx.7 19.3 43.9 13.3 49.5 3 ı 6.0 7 ı 10 re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 1.6 12.5 1 ı 4.5 24 ı 1.4 10.1 17. kg/km 69 82 102 125 178 253 253 350 462 598 810 1100 1385 1610 2020 2565 3200 4035 5180 100 120 150 210 260 370 558 810 1057 1408 119 122 154 260 349 480 682 1078 1298 1895 2400 3225 4010 4830 6035 7818 203 293 380 545 870 1245 1590 2175 2785 3680 4730 5620 7090 9150 140 165 Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.3 55.4 16.5 3 ı 2.0 33.0 2 ı 6.3 27.5 12 ı 2.5 3 ı 4.0 18.8 11.5 10 ı 1.4 15.8 40.9 22.2 27.2 7.0 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 3 ı 150 + 70 3 ı 185 + 95 3 ı 240 + 120 4 ı 1.9 24.2 16.6 8.0 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 5 ı 95 7 ı 1.1 14.1 25.0 32.5 14 ı 2.4 19.2 23.4 13. mm 11.2 15.4 16.8 20.5 56.5 12 ı 1.2 17.5 14 ı 1.1 18.8 19.4 11.3 10.2 25.9 32.8 10.9 42.5 10 ı 2.1 44.0 1 ı 6.0 Cu weight kg/km 14 23 37 55 93 148 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 20 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 928 28 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 1130 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 6070 7840 37 55 Cable weight approx.5 37 ı 1.8 12.0 3 ı 10 + 6.0 9.1 19.5 5 ı 4.3 28.3 33.4 17.9 9.5 2 ı 2.0 16.0 7 ı 6.1 18.0 14.5 19 ı 2.6 14.8 19.0 + 4.0 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 5 ı 1.

blue brown blue brown mark on grey black with number brown black black grey black cores black grey or yelor or or low/green yellow/green black with number mark on blue brown brown black yellow/green cores and yellow/green blue brown grey core in the outer cover black grey 298 ELKABEL .6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz. not more than 5 sec. (IEC 60228).0. conductor temperature Max. PVC compound UV steadily. Conductors type circular solid conductor. 0.core 4. *cable is produced without or with joint filling.6/1 kV AC .SVT-s LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation . Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test 3.black and blue. circular stranded conductor.4 kV 50 Hz DC . Double core . Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— Max.yellow/green or other colors upon request. class 1 or 2 according to BDS 904-84. black. min.core Ó According to BDS 904-84 +70 Ó— +160 Ó—. Other constructions according to table. PVC compound. Cable costruction Construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Color re rm sm According to BDS 16291-85.black. brown. sector stranded conductor. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. blue. solid or twisted copper wires.core 5. with conditions of work to atmosphere influence and sunlight radiation at rated voltage Uo/U to 0.12 kV 10 D cable -5 Ó— -30 — to +50 Ó— BDS IEC 332-1 Multiple core Color coding Single core .

0 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 5 ı 95 7 ı 1.0 4 ı 6.5 23.0 18.4 14.6 24.8 21.5 3 ı 2.4 27.8 14.5 19 ı 2.2 25. kg/km 7090 9150 140 165 216 317 408 593 951 1285 1778 2307 3101 4250 5210 6385 7960 10310 160 195 260 380 500 735 1150 1700 2360 3130 4230 5640 230 265 315 365 415 470 550 690 840 1090 315 365 445 525 590 670 780 995 1210 1485 470 668 630 965 Note: Cable may be produced without joint filling.3 33.8 10.3 10.2 27.2 11.5 3 ı 6.UV steadily LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SVT-s 0.1 19.1 18.0 7 ı 10 sm/rm sm/rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0 14.5 2 ı 2.3 20.4 11.0 37.9 9.0 8.0 10.0 32.0 3 ı 10 + 6.0 16.0 5 ı 6. mm 49.1 13.9 32.4 16.5 1 ı 4.5 8 ı 2.5 + 1. ELKABEL 299 .1 30.9 24.9 13.4 16.4 11.4 16.8 11.5 24 ı 1.0 12.5 14 ı 1.2 22.0 33.5 2 ı 4.2 49.4 36.0 1 ı 6.8 33.6 12.5 16.8 20.0 3 ı 6.5 14 ı 2.0 21.9 21.3 10.3 27.2 16.8 36.7 18.5 24.5 4 ı 4.9 13.8 19. mm 7.3 Cu weight kg/km 14 23 37 55 93 148 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 20 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 928 28 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 1130 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 Cable weight approx.1 14.5 30 ı 2.0 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 3 ı 150 + 70 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/re rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.8 20.0 10 ı 4.0 11.8 25.2 17.5 56.6 14.3 28.8 37.7 12.1 44.9 11. kg/km 69 82 102 125 178 253 253 350 462 598 810 1100 1385 1610 2020 2565 3200 4035 5180 100 120 150 210 260 370 558 810 1057 1408 119 122 154 260 349 480 682 1078 1298 1895 2400 3225 4010 4830 6035 7818 203 293 380 545 870 1245 1590 2175 2785 3680 4730 5620 Construction data SVT-s 0.0 7 ı 6.5 8 ı 1.3 41.5 7 ı 4.4 10.0 Cu weight kg/km 6070 7840 37 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 45 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 2330 3260 4430 96 110 140 165 195 220 260 330 410 506 160 182 228 275 320 365 435 546 685 845 255 365 384 640 Cable weight approx.1 35.0 + 2.1 25.3 27.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 1.0 5 ı 1.4 17.5 12 ı 2.5 3 ı 4.0 48.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.5 4 ı 2.2 23.5 1 ı 2.5 7 ı 2.0 2 ı 1.0 9.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath .3 43.5 10 ı 2.5 5 ı 2.1 18.4 19.0 3 ı 1.5 16 ı 1.0 2 ı 6.5 5 ı 4.5 10 ı 1.5 19 ı 1.9 42.2 28.6 8.8 31.0 13.2 13.3 55.4 48.1 17.5 37 ı 1.5 12 ı 1.0 + 4.5 30 ı 1.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 1.9 22.0 14.0 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 5 ı 1.5 16 ı 2.5 17.2 30.7 19.9 28.2 15.4 15.7 15.9 39.2 7.8 19.6 10.2 45.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 3 ı 185 + 95 3 ı 240 + 120 4 ı 1.5 37 ı 2.5 3 ı 4.5 24 ı 2.1 16.8 40.3 24.8 27.0 4 ı 1.4 13.2 11.5 9.8 12.8 15.

core Multiple core blue brown blue brown mark on grey black with number brown black black grey black cores black grey or yelor or or low/green yellow/green black with number mark on blue brown brown black yellow/green and yellow/green blue brown cores grey core in the outer cover black grey 300 ELKABEL . min. 3. Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test Ó According to BDS 904-84 +70 Ó— +160 Ó—.yellow/green or other colors upon request. solid conductor. Conductors type circular. blue. solid or twisted aluminum wires class 1 or 2. tunnels. PVC compound.black.0. not more than 5 sec.6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms. conductor temperature Max.SAVT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . Other construction according to table. *cable may be with or without joint filling.6/1 kV AC . in canals. brown. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— Max. shafts or pits. at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. 0. Double core . circular.blue and brown or yellow-green and black. Cable costruction Construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Color re rm sm According to BDS 16291-85. sector.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz. stranded conductor. gray. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. PVC compound.12 kV 10 D cable -5 Ó— -30 — to +50 Ó— BDS IEC332-1 Color coding Single core .4 kV 50 Hz DC . according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228). stranded conductor.core 5.core 4.

0 re/re 14.0 2 ı 6.8 340 3 ı 50 + 25 rm/rm 30.5 re 11.4 63 3 ı 10 + 6.0 re 15.5 3 ı 4.3 27.8 85 5 ı 10 re 19.0 re/re 16.0 3 ı 6.2 16.0 910 3 ı 120 + 70 sm/rm 40.4 480 5 ı 50 rm 36.0 1650 4 ı 185 sm 51.1 8.2 225 5 ı 25 re 27.2 11.0 2720 5 ı 2. kg/km 78 91 115 150 187 225 265 360 465 550 680 830 1065 1305 1595 2070 120 160 185 245 340 470 130 185 225 290 380 610 740 950 1090 1490 1710 2060 2610 3320 Construction data SAVT 0.1 2100 4 ı 240 sm 58.2 140 5 ı 16 re 23.3 43.6 25.4 Al weight kg/km 12 17 28 45 68 95 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 14 23 34 56 90 137 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 Cable weight approx.3 14.8 20.8 14.4 1340 4 ı 150 sm 46.4 13.3 28.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 4.8 18.7 18.0 re 16.6 9.8 270 4 ı 35 rm 28.0 14.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 2.9 650 5 ı 70 sm 42.4 112 4 ı 16 re 19.9 24.2 13.0 + 2.0 12.3 33.1 46 4 ı 6.8 33.0 255 3 ı 35 + 16 rm/re 26.1 1180 3 ı 150 + 70 sm/rm 44.2 165 3 ı 25 + 16 re/re 23.0 520 4 ı 70 sm 33.0 re 14.9 28 4 ı 4.7 101 3 ı 16 + 10 re/re 19.4 42 3 ı 6.8 670 3 ı 95 + 50 sm/rm 37.0 1 ı 6.0 965 Note: Cable may be produced without joint filling ELKABEL 301 .0 15.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 3 ı 2. kg/km 205 240 320 475 630 825 1025 1250 1680 2010 2415 2975 3805 152 216 260 340 460 670 905 1180 1390 1860 2210 2710 3320 4110 180 270 320 430 580 855 1210 1470 1955 3 ı 4.0 760 4 ı 95 sm 38.8 49.3 1405 3 ı 185 + 95 sm/rm 49.5 re/re 13.4 19.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SAVT 0.8 35 5 ı 4.4 10.0 390 4 ı 50 rm 32.0 re 15.5 58 5 ı 6.8 180 4 ı 25 re 23. mm 8.4 2310 4 ı 2.2 30.3 11.0 +4.2 21.8 37.8 480 3 ı 70 + 35 sm/rm 31.9 10.5 2 ı 4.4 68 4 ı 10 re 17.8 28.9 39.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.9 345 5 ı 35 rm 32.5 re 12. mm Al weight kg/km Cable weight approx.9 21.1 1060 4 ı 120 sm 41.3 12.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.8 16.3 1780 3 ı240 + 120 sm/rm 55.1 35.

3.yellow/green or other colors upon request.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz. solid conductor. PVC compound.black. Other constructions according to table. tunnels. Double core .core 4. Conductors type circular. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— Max.SVTT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . PVC compound.6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms. stranded conductor.0. Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test According to BDS 904-84 +70 Ó— +160 Ó—. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. sector. 0. brown. circular. BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228). at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. stranded conductor. Gray or black.12 kV 10 D cable -5 Ó— -30 Ó— to +50 Ó— BDS IEC332-1 5. conductor temperature Max.4 kV 50 Hz DC . not more than 5 sec. Cable costruction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Outer sheath Color re rm sm According to BDS 16291-85. shafts or pits.blue and brown or yellow-green and black. in canals. class 1 or 2. PVC compound. solid or twisted copper wires. min. blue.core Multiple core Color coding Single core .core blue brown mark on blue brown black grey black with number brown black black cores grey or black grey or yellow/green or or yellow/green brown black yellow/green black with number mark on blue brown and yellow/green core grey blue brown coresin the outer cover black grey 302 ELKABEL .6/1 kV AC .

0 384 735 7 ı 10 re 21.2 363 645 4 ı 16 re 22.0 195 480 16 ı 1.4 182 430 5 ı 6.2 38.6 39.5 re 18.5 3 ı 4.8 455 798 5 ı 16 re 24.2 16.6 260 620 24 ı 1.5 re 13. kg/km 108 124 143 170 221 308 308 412 524 659 880 1161 1430 1752 2156 2735 3412 4324 5432 132 158 182 250 305 418 587 875 1235 1510 145 170 214 295 374 520 765 1125 1465 1960 2450 3310 4065 4950 6160 7950 230 330 390 590 895 1303 1661 2228 2859 3875 4829 Construction data SVTT 0.4 16.0 re 21.0 4460 5340 4 ı 150 sm 47.0 re 17.5 19.1 30.5 3 ı 2.6 275 560 5 ı 10 re 19.5 37.6 10.0 15.5 re 14.0 2 ı 6.6 15.9 1165 1830 5 ı 35 rm 33. mm 9.9 10.5 Cu weight kg/km 14 23 37 55 93 148 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 20 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 928 28 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 1130 1630 2280 3120 4010 Cable weight approx.1 546 1050 30 ı 2.3 745 1230 5 ı 25 rm 28.0 re 12.4 14.5 + 1.9 6070 7250 3 ı 240 + 120 sm/rm 55. mm Cu weight kg/km Cable weight approx.5 re 22.2 13.5 2 ı 2.3 1303 1860 4 ı 50 rm 32.0 + 2.0 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/re rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm Shape Outer diameter of cable approx. kg/km 3 ı 150 + 70 sm/rm 44.7 275 590 14 ı 2.5 1 ı 2.1 30.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.0 re 19.5 925 1450 4 ı 35 rm 28.4 4430 5940 7 ı 1.8 96 290 8 ı 1.2 12.2 24.2 29.9 26.6 29.7 220 560 19 ı 1.5 9.5 re 18.5 re 19.3 2330 3280 5 ı 70 sm 42.6 24.0 582 980 4 ı 25 rm 25.5 re 20.0 3 ı 1.8 506 1190 7 ı 2.6 18.5 3 ı 4.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SVTT 0.5 re 17.5 685 1290 37 ı 2.0 re 16.6 845 1520 7 ı 4.5 14.5 re 28.5 re 18.8 114 300 5 ı 4.2 25.4 20.0 1 ı 6.4 228 520 12 ı 2.0 12.4 2601 3205 4 ı 95 sm 39.9 27.5 re 12.4 255 540 10 ı 4.6 5575 6545 4 ı 185 sm 53.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 1.0 re 17.1 19.0 23.0 re 11.0 8928 10625 5 ı 1.2 27.0 34.5 re 12.9 45.2 218 450 4 ı 10 re 18.2 23.5 re 15.5 re 21.0 3 ı 6.5 re 23.2 14.2 1640 2420 5 ı 50 rm 37.4 51.5 re 18.5 re 26.8 110 318 10 ı 1.5 re 12.8 11.0 55 198 4 ı 2.3 32.9 3260 4390 5 ı 95 sm 49.5 re 14.8 365 780 7 ı 6.0 3 ı 10 + 6.9 10.4 37 164 4 ı 1.8 160 348 8 ı 2.2 41.6 1857 2476 4 ı 70 sm 34.5 re 16.6 320 660 16 ı 2.5 re 13.2 45 198 5 ı 1.0 re 15.8 33.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 1.2 165 420 14 ı 1.0 + 4.9 20.7 11. ELKABEL 303 .8 11.0 14.5 re 25.5 140 378 12 ı 1.1 22.3 15.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.6 3540 4360 4 ı 120 sm 43.3 40.6 13.5 3 ı 6.5 1 ı 4.4 640 1070 Note: During the extrusion it is permitted simultaneous laying of the inner and outer sheath.8 365 740 19 ı 2.3 10.8 69 235 5 ı 2.5 13.7 330 760 30 ı 1.5 re 25.0 35.1 146 351 4 ı 6.7 7840 9330 4 ı 1.0 re 16.5 re 19.5 2 ı 4.9 410 900 37 ı 1.0 16.9 92 250 4 ı 4.3 10.4 22.0 2 ı 1.7 435 845 24 ı 2.7 17.9 182 405 10 ı 2.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.9 4850 5750 3 ı 185 + 95 sm/rm 50.0 6880 8175 4 ı 240 sm 60.

0. shafts or pits.4 kV 50 Hz DC . class 1 or 2 according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228).core Multiple core Color coding Single core . Gray or black. circular. in canals. PVC compound. Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test According to BDS 904-84 +70 Ó— +160 Ó—.yellow/green or other colors upon request. min. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. tunnels. blue.0. solid conductor. not more than 5 sec.6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms. Conductors type circular.12 kV 10 D cable -5 Ó— -30 Ó— to +50 Ó— BDS IEC332-1 5. Double core . PVC compound. sector. Cable costruction Construction Conductor Insulation Inner sheath Outer sheath Color re rm sm According to BDS 16291-85. stranded conductor. Other constructions according to table. Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 Ó— Max.6/1 kV AC .core blue brown black grey or yellow/green brown black grey brown black grey or yellow/green blue brown blue brown black with number mark on black grey cores black or or with number mark on yellow/green black and yellow/green blue brown cores core in the outer cover black grey 304 ELKABEL .SAVTT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . stranded conductor. brown.core 4. PVC compound.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz. 3. conductor temperature Max.blue and brown or yellow-green and black.black. at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. solid or twisted Al wires.

4 58 270 5 ı 6.9 26.2 68 260 4 ı 10 re 18.2 29.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SAVTT 0.0 35.5 101 364 3 ı 16 + 10 re/re 19.7 63 284 3 ı 10 + 6.5 37.6 13.8 35 180 5 ı 4.8 11.5 re 12.3 390 905 4 ı 50 rm 32.4 14.2 14. kg/km 3 ı 6.4 12.5 270 670 4 ı 35 rm 28.9 965 1955 5 ı 95 sm 49.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 4.0 3 ı 6.6 520 1180 4 ı 70 sm 34.1 46 216 4 ı 6.0 + 2.6 18.5 re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.9 255 676 3 ı 35 + 16 rm/re 27.3 32.5 29.1 340 900 3 ı 50 + 25 rm/rm 30.8 140 430 5 ı 16 re 24.5 13.0 re 16.1 30.0 2720 4110 5 ı 2.4 22.0 re/re 15.2 670 1360 3 ı 95 + 50 sm/rm 38.7 18.6 165 495 3 ı 25 + 16 re/re 24. mm Al weight kg/km Cable weight approx.2 480 1210 5 ı 50 rm 37.7 22.3 15.2 112 340 4 ı 16 re 22.4 51.9 28 152 4 ı 4.0 180 460 4 ı 25 re 25.5 2 ı 4.0 15.9 17.5 1180 2210 3 ı 150 + 70 sm/rm 44.6/1 kV Number of wires and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Shape Outer diameter of cable approx.0 2100 3320 4 ı 240 sm 60.3 15.0 34.0 16.9 345 855 5 ı 35 rm 33.6 1060 1860 4 ı 120 sm 43.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 3 ı 2.6 Al weight kg/km 12 17 28 45 68 95 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 14 23 34 56 90 137 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 42 Cable weight approx.6 39.9 1780 3245 3 ı240 + 120 sm/rm 55.4 760 1390 4 ı 95 sm 39. mm 10.4 16.0 re 15.3 10.3 650 1470 5 ı 70 sm 42.5 3 ı 4.9 11.3 225 580 5 ı 25 re 28.0 + 4.0 1 ı 6.0 14.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 2.5 re 13.0 re 16.6 85 320 5 ı 10 re 19.2 910 1840 3 ı 120 + 70 sm/rm 41. ELKABEL 305 .9 1405 2735 3 ı 185 + 95 sm/rm 50.0 23.3 40.7 2310 4276 4 ı 2.0 re/re 17.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 4.4 1345 2545 Note: During the extrusion it is permitted simultaneous laying of the inner and outer sheath.9 45.0 25.0 1340 2210 4 ı 150 sm 47.4 20.7 21. kg/km 120 134 160 210 247 295 355 465 575 663 785 951 1193 1450 1834 2265 155 212 248 307 389 545 165 233 277 345 444 626 817 1075 1156 1557 1823 2285 2730 3405 241 Construction data SAVTT 0.6 1650 2710 4 ı 185 sm 53.0 re 17.0 14.0 2 ı 6.8 480 1095 3 ı 70 + 35 sm/rm 33.

blue and brown or yellow-green and black Other constructions according to table 5 .These cables are used for indoor installations. solid conductor circular.core Multiple core blue blue brown brown brown black black with number black black grey mark on cores grey grey black or or or or black number yellow/gre yellow/gre yellow/gre mark on with cores and yelen en en low/green core in the blue brown blue outer cover brown black brown grey black grey 3 . Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test 0. min.SVBT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transfer and distribution of electrical power for switching installation and in static installations. at rated voltage Uo/U to 0. not more than 5 ture sec. canals and shafts.12 kV 15 D cable. blue. Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius.0. BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) PVC compound PVC compound Steel tapes PVC compound Gray or black circular.yellow/green or other colors upon request Double core .core 306 ELKABEL . brown. in the open air. conductor temperature According to BDS 904-84 +70 ∞C Insulation Inner sheath Armour Outer sheath Color Conductors type re rm sm Max.black. short circuit tempera. tunnels.4 kV 50 Hz DC .+160 ∞C. stranded conductor sector. stranded conductor Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 ∞C Max.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz.core 4 . class 1 or 2. -5 ∞C -30 ∞C to +50 ∞C BDS IEC332-1 Color coding Single core . in ditches. Cable design Construction Conductor According to BDS 16291-85 solid or twisted copper wires.6/1 kV AC .

3 Copper weight kg/km 93 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 928 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 1130 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 6070 Cable weight approx.6 42.7 14.5 5 ı 2.5 20.3 23. mm 12.4 13.4 34.2 26.7 17.4 16.4 40.3 19.5 3 ı 4 + 2.0 45.4 18.5 21.2 18.5 17.1 16.9 20.3 25.7 16.0 27.2 62.5 14 ı 2.7 43.1 21.2 21.3 32.6 53.5 2ı4 2ı6 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.2 15.6 12.3 25.5 3ı6+4 3 ı 10 + 6 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 3 ı 150 + 70 3 ı 185 + 95 re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re+re re+re re+re re+re re+re rm+re rm+re rm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm Shape Outer cable diameter approx.5 43.5 14 ı 1.3 19.7 19.1 53.6 19.1 19.7 16.5 30 ı 2.3 18.3 24.8 19.0 27.5 19 ı 2.5 10 ı 2.5 8 ı 1.2 43.0 15.4 36.5 37 ı 2.6 13.4 12.0 30.4 21.7 25.5 25.4 50.5 + 1. kg/km 302 381 515 624 771 1025 1305 1575 1890 2307 2935 261 346 415 538 711 1038 1315 1706 252 297 410 490 660 880 1326 1685 2210 2754 3670 4452 5368 6635 8501 295 450 545 736 996 1514 1890 2499 3212 4180 5260 6220 7786 Constructive data SVBT 0.5 30 ı 1.5 16 ı 1.2 16.7 27.5 3 ı 2. kg/km 9910 286 350 480 580 800 1080 1642 2175 2762 3478 4791 5800 7975 8117 10080 331 413 567 708 970 1324 2048 2758 3840 5128 421 465 571 610 675 740 814 1042 1180 1370 508 570 719 778 838 941 1050 1354 1551 1820 ELKABEL 307 .6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 3 ı 240 + 120 4 ı 1.5 15.5 37 ı 1.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour St tapes ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Constructive data SVBT 0.4 38.4 17.5 3ı4 3ı6 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.8 Copper weight kg/km 7840 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 2330 3260 96 110 140 165 195 220 260 330 410 506 160 182 228 275 320 365 435 546 685 845 Cable weight approx.7 39.5 12 ı 1.6 19.4 24.0 35.5 4 ı 2.1 33.5 24 ı 2.5 4ı4 4ı6 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 5 ı 1.6 23.7 33.5 5ı4 5ı6 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 7 ı 1.7 30.7 48.8 22.4 30.5 10 ı 1.5 13.5 7 ı 2.0 17.3 17.5 24 ı 1.2 36.5 31.0 55.9 21. mm 59.5 27.5 8 ı 2.2 14.1 27.5 12 ı 2.6 23.3 16.3 20.6 15.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 2 ı 2.5 sm+rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Shape Outer cable diameter approx.3 29.4 22.5 19 ı 1.4 13.9 29.1 47.5 16 ı 2.7 15.2 14.4 30.0 28.2 17.

Temperature of laying Temperature range Flame test According to BDS 904-84 +70 ∞C +160 ∞C. stranded conductor sector. short circuit temperature Rated voltage Test voltage Bending radius. Cable design Construction Conductor According to BDS 16291-85 solid or twisted aluminum wires class 1 or 2. not more than 5 sec.6/1 kV with frequency 50 Hz.4 kV 50 Hz DC . canals and shafts.blue and brown or yellow-green and black Other constructions according to table 5 . brown.core Multiple core blue blue brown brown brown black with number black black black mark on cores grey grey grey or black or or black number or yellow/gre yellow/gre yellow/green mark on with cores and yelen en low/green core in the blue blue brown outer cover brown brown black black grey grey 3 . tunnels. 0. in ditches. blue. solid conductor circular. These cables are used for indoor installations.0.12 kV 15 D cable -5 ∞C -30 ∞C to +50 ∞C BDS IEC332-1 Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color Conductors type re rm sm Color coding Single core .core 4 .6/1 kV AC .SAVBT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . conductor temperature Max.6/1 kV BDS 16291-85 Application Used for transferring and distribution of electrical power for switching installations and outdoor installation or for interior installation in rooms at rated voltage Uo/U to 0.black. according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) PVC compound PVC compound steel tapes PVC compound Gray or black circular.core 308 ELKABEL .yellow/green or other colors upon request Double core . stranded conductor Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 ∞C Max. min. in the open air.

0 17.4 36.1 33.4 16.5 3ı4 3ı6 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 4 + 2.5 43.0 30. tapes ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Constructive data SAVBT 0.7 13.5 17. mm 12.9 21.3 19.5 3ı6+4 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re+re re+re Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.2 17.7 30.6 23.7 48.5 31.5 13.1 kg/km 28 45 68 95 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 14 23 34 56 90 137 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 42 63 Cable weight approx.4 40.3 23.2 21.6 53.8 22.2 15.0 27.1 27.4 34.3 29.5 5ı4 5ı6 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 re+re re+re re+re rm+re rm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm re re re re re rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm Shape Outer cable diameter Al weight approx.6 12.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 2 ı 2.6 15.2 15.2 43.4 17.3 59.4 24.1 21.3 25.7 kg/km 101 165 255 340 480 670 910 1180 1405 1780 2310 28 46 68 112 180 270 390 520 760 1060 1340 1650 2100 2720 35 58 85 140 225 345 480 650 Cable weight approx.5 14.5 2ı4 2ı6 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 3 ı 2.0 35. kg/km 240 280 332 407 476 595 710 824 963 1152 1426 232 298 341 412 510 687 253 335 380 473 585 699 1014 1290 1469 1889 2205 2607 3160 3948 360 413 Constructive data SAVBT 0.7 17.0 55.3 25.1 16.2 62.6 19.3 20.7 39.7 33.4 18.0 45. mm 19.7 14.2 26.0 27.4 30.4 38.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 3 ı 10 + 6 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 3 ı 150 + 70 3 ı 185 + 95 3 ı240 + 120 4 ı 2. kg/km 514 638 874 929 1349 1697 2183 2562 3006 3683 4565 286 381 434 549 683 935 1223 1540 1855 2415 2811 3391 4082 5149 334 445 520 652 829 1245 1600 2160 ELKABEL 309 .6 42.6 19.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour St.6 14.7 19.2 36.4 16.1 47.5 4ı4 4ı6 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 5 ı 2.6 16.1 53.4 50.3 32.

min. single core according to BDS 904-84 class1 PVC compound according to BDS 5792-84 according to BDS 11303-83 PVC compound according to BDS 4712-84 thermoplastic material Steel tapes PVC compound according to BDS 5792-84 gray Technical data Conductor resistance at 20 ∞C Operating temperature Nominal voltage Test voltage AC. automatics and block systems in the railway transport. Fixed Tests according to BDS 11303-83 max 70 ∞C to 1 ÍV 4 ÍV .core 4.core blue brown black grey black or yellow/green blue brown black grey Multiple core brown black grey or yellow/green blue brown black with number mark on cores or black with number mark on cores and yellow/green core in the outer cover 310 ELKABEL . Cable design Construction Conductor Insulation Insulation color Filling Led sheath Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color According to BDS 11303-83 copper.SVOBT LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES U to 1kV BDS 11303-83 Application These cables are used in signaling systems.core blue brown black grey or yellow/green brown black grey 5. 50 Hz Temperature of exploitation Bending radius.25 ∞C to + 50 ∞C 15 x D cable BDS 11303-83 Color coding 3.

5 Outer cable diameter approx. mm 18.5 16ı1.0 32.5 30ı1.6 21.5 17.5 3x2.6 25.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Pb sheath ● Armour St.5 37ı1.7 35.5 30.4 24.0 10ı1.6 19.5 4x1.0 25.5 10ı4.8 28.5 24ı1.8 21.5 4ı4.5 4x2. kg/km 840 960 850 1050 1220 960 1052 1068 1290 1140 1700 1360 2150 1450 1550 1900 1650 1765 2300 2185 2870 2435 3200 2850 ELKABEL 311 .5 8ı4.4 23.5 19ı1.5 20.8 19.7 Copper weight kg/km 42 70 55 92 146 70 85 98 160 110 280 140 365 165 195 320 220 260 435 330 546 410 685 506 Cable weight approx.0 12ı1.3 29.5 30ı2.5 7ı1.5 8ı1.5 19ı2. tapes ● PVC sheath LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Constructive data SVOBT up to 1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N x mm2 3x1.5 14ı1.9 29.5 14ı2.5 24ı2.3 33.0 27.0 25.0 18.5 6ı1.7 19.0 19.5 7ı2.0 22.0 5ı1.

mm Construction data SAPEmT-et 0.0 2. in cable ducts.6/1 kV and frequency of 50Hz. over shelves and grilles outdoor under shelter.6/1 kV U(=) 3 kV BDS 2581-86 AL conductors ● PE insulation ● —u screen ● PVC sheath Application The single-core cables with polyethylene (PE) insulation Cu screen are used mainly for electrical systems with nominal voltage 3 ÍV and are applicable for electrical public and metropolitan transportation.2 kV Between core and screen 3. They can be used for transfer. underground.0 2.5 2.SAPEmT-et LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .5kV 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— ¿l cores .8 34. kg/km Cable weight approx.1 2.6 3. distribution and electrical power supply with nominal voltage Uo/U 0. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Metal screen Sheath Color According to BDS 2581-86 ¿l solid round multi cores BDS 2581-86( IEC 60228 ) class 2 PE compound copper tapes PVC compound type P-1 gray Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature χı.number of cores and Force of strain in laying N S. min.3 38.5 min Bending radius.30*n*S core n.3 830 1060 1410 1358 1691 2158 312 ELKABEL . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.6/1kV U(=) 3kV 1x300ÍÛ 1x400ÍÛ 1x500ÍÛ Thickness of insulation mm Nominal cross section of Thickness of Cable diameter screen sheath approx. mm2 mm mm SAPEmT-Ât Mass of Al approx. tunnels and conduits.100h/per year Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage -alternating -constant Highest system voltage Uo/U no more than Test voltage AC .6/1 kV 3 ÍV 0.2 30.5 2. kg/km 2.cross section of cores in Max.5 2.4 2.6/1 ÍV 1.6/1 kV U(=) 3 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Uo/U 0. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BDS— 904 (IEC 60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— 250∞— /5 s max/ 0. min.0.

5 2.5 29.5 3.0 22. mm2 mm mm 2.6/1 kV Number of conductors and nominal cross section N ı mm2 Uo/U 0.9 37.5kV 15x D cable no less than -5∞— Insulation Metal screen Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— ¿l cores .3 25.5 2. mm Construction data SAHEm-et 0.0 3.2 39. Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BDS— 904 (IEC 60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— 250∞— /5 s max/ 0.0 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 2.9 34. kg/km Nominal cross Thickness of Cable diamsection of eter sheath screen approx. over shelves and grilles outdoor under shelter.6/1 kV 3 ÍV 0.5 2.6/1 kV U(=) 3 kV BDS 2581-86 LOW VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Application The single-core cables with cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) insulation Cu screen are used mainly for electrical systems with nominal voltage 3 ÍV and are applicable for electrical public and metropolitan transportation.0 3.5 2.5 3.8 27.100h/per year Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage -alternating -constant Highest system voltage Uo/U no more than Test voltage AC .5 2. tunnels and conduits.number of cores and S.0.6/1 ÍV 1. They can be used for transfer. distribution and electrical power supply with nominal voltage Uo/U 0. kg/km Cable weight approx. underground.SAHEmT-et Uo/U .0 260 325 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 735 1255 943 1084 1287 1628 1920 2323 ELKABEL 313 . The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N n.6/1kV U(=) 3kV 1ı95ÍÛ 1ı120ÍÛ 1ı150ÍÛ 1ı185ÍÛ 1x240ÍÛ 1x300ÍÛ 1x400ÍÛ 1x500ÍÛ Thickness of insulation mm U(=) 3 kV SAHEm-et Mass of Al approx. min. in cable ducts.0 3.5 2.5 2.6/1 kV and frequency of 50Hz.cross section of cores in Max.2 kV Between core and screen 3. min.5 2.9 24.5 min Bending radius.0 3. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 2581-86 ¿l solid round stranded BDS 2581-86 (IEC 60228) class 2 ’LPE compound copper tapes PVC compound type P-5 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature χı.

5 2. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 12/20. 18/30.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm Construction data SHEkT. kg/km SAHEkT Mass of Cu approx.Thickness Thickness cross-secdiameter ductors and nomof of approx.5 2.5 2.6/6. 50kV 29kV.6/6.6/6. indoor installations. conduits and shafts. according to BDS 904 ( IEC60228 ) class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.3. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . 45kV./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 3. 12/20. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to BDS 2581-86 —u and Al stranded compacted. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.12/20.5 min DC (=) .1mm.6/10.20/35kV 11kV. Layer of plastic tape PVC compound type P-5 red Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U. kg/km Mass of Al approx.20/35kV 3.6/6.5 2.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 21.50*n*S core max. in cable ducts.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.5 2. 6/10. 36kV.5 2.6/6.5 2. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con.5 2. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— Separating layer Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— Al cores 30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2. SAHEkT 3.5 24.6/6kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16* 1x185rm/16* 1x240rm/16* 2. 6/10. electric power stations and industrial systems.MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES SHEkT SAHEkT Uo/U .2kV. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 12/20. 6/10. small and medium industrial plants.5 2. 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 160kV max. 12/20. tion of inal cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEkT Mass of Cu approx. 6/10. kg/km Uo/U 3. 18/30.0 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 805 940 1170 1445 1695 1995 2365 2970 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 580 640 735 840 940 1060 1200 1430 314 ELKABEL .5 26 27. n.18/30. 15kV.5 2.5 33.5 29 30. kg/km Mass of cable approx. 42kV 3. 18/30.12kV. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. 24kV.5 22.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx. 20/35 kV BDS 2581-86 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3. 12/20. 48kV. 144kV. 96kV. 6/10. 30kV. 18/30. 18/30.6/6.20/35kV 7.

5 2.0 8.6/6.5 37 40 43 27 28 30 32 33.8 8. 6/10.5 8.6 2.8 8.0 3.Thickness Thickness of cross-sec.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 8.8 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 5.8 8.5 5.4 3.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.5 5.0 8.6 2.0 8.5 54 35.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 5.5 32.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.5 2.4 3.5 5. tion sheath tion of inal cross section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEkT Mass of Cu approx.6 2.5 2.2 3. kg/km SAHEkT MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 36.0 23 24 26 27 29 30 32 34 30.5 44.5 48.5 2.4 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath Construction data SHEkT.8 8.4 3.5 5.5 2.5 2.diameter ductors and nom. kg/km 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 6/10kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16* 1x185rm/16* 1x240rm/16* 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 12/20kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16* 1x185rm/16* 1x240rm/16* 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 18/30kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 20/35kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16* 1x185rm/16* 1x240rm/16* 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 2.5 2.5 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 2080 2455 3055 3670 4635 5750 930 1075 1310 1590 1855 2150 2530 3120 2240 2620 3210 3800 4730 5740 1115 1260 1510 1805 1995 2385 2775 3370 2465 2860 3465 4070 5025 6125 1505 1765 2078 2358 1515 1845 2355 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 1515 1775 2100 2400 2720 3140 3775 2800 3225 3870 4500 5500 6660 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 1145 1285 1515 1770 2205 2610 700 770 875 990 1100 1210 1360 1580 1300 1450 1670 1890 2300 2650 870 940 1070 1190 1230 1440 1600 1840 1530 1690 1920 2150 2580 2970 1205 1330 1475 1600 1740 1905 2150 1820 1990 2245 2520 2995 3415 1215 1340 1500 1640 1785 1970 2240 1865 2055 2335 2595 3070 3520 ELKABEL 315 .5 31 33.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 2. 12/20.5 42.5 37 39 41 41.0 8.5 5.5 2.4 3.7 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 29.5 5.0 8.8 2.8 8.4 3.5 40 42 45 48 35 36 37 39 40 42 44 40.5 2.0 8.5 2.4 3.8 8.4 3.of insulaapprox.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.0 8.5 35.0 39.5 2.5 2. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con.5 37.5 35 37 39.0 8.5 43.5 34.5 2.4 3.0 8.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 46 42 44 46.5 2.8 8.5 2.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 47 50.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 52 55.5 5.5 5. 18/30.4 5. SAHEkT 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 43.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.

12/20.5 2. 24kV. 30kV.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm Construction data SHEk(vn)P. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.5 2.12/20. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.5 2.5 2. small and medium industrial plants.6 2.5 31.2kV.6/6. 12/20.5 30 32 34 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 795 930 1155 1430 1690 1980 2360 2950 2060 2440 3040 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 570 625 720 825 935 1040 1190 1415 1120 1270 1500 316 ELKABEL .5 min 11kV. 6/10. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 33.5 2.5 2. 50kV DC (=) .6/6.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 22 23 25 26. SAHEk(vn)P 3.Thickness Thickness cross-secdiameter ductors and nom.5 2.5 2. 160kV Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo max.water absorbing powder and a layer of plastic tape PE type MDPE Black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 Water resisting element Sheath Color Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max.20/35kV Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage 3.5 2.5 2. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Water resisting element Metal screen According to BDS 2581-86 and additional N 4 —u and Al stranded compacted. 6/10. 18/30.5 2. 18/30. 20/35 kV BDS 2581-86 and additional 4 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.5 28 29. 144kV. according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0.6/6. kg/km Mass of cable approx.6/6kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 2.6/6.water absorbing insulating tape -II option . kg/km Uo/U 3.12kV.5 2. 5 pC Bending radius. 6/10.5 2. electric power stations and industrial systems./ Short circuit temperature 250∞— /5 s max/ 3. 12 /20. conduits and shafts. 6/10. indoor installations. 45kV. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con.5 2. n.1mm. tion of inal cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEk(vn)P Mass of Cu approx. no more than 7. kg/km Mass of cable approx.18/30.5 2.15 min 29kV.20/35kV AC (≈) .5 2. 96kV. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.6/6. 6/10. 12/20. 36kV. in cable ducts. 18/30.5 2.MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES SHEk(vn)P SAHEk(vn)P Uo/U-3. min 15x D cable Temperature of laying no less than -5∞— Temperature of exploitation -30 to 50∞— Al cores 30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .5 2.6/6.6/10.5 2. 18/30.of of approx. 42kV Test voltage Uo/U 3. 15kV. kg/km SAHEk(vn)P Mass of Cu approx. 48kV.20/35kV Uo/U. -I option .5 2. 12/20.50*n*S core max. 18/30.

5 2.5 2.5 2.5 36.4 3.4 3. 6/10.5 2.8 8.5 2. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 6/10kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 12/20kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150ÍÛ/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 18/30kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 20/35kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.0 8.0 8.4 3.5 5.5 5.0 8.0 8.5 5.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 5.8 8.5 2.5 2.of insulation sheath approx.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 2.4 3. tion of inal cross section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEk(vn)P Mass of Cu approx.5 40 36 38 40.4 3.5 5. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 5.4 3.0 8. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con.5 37.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 55 36.8 8.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 42.5 8.2 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2. 18/30.5 45 47.0 8.5 42 45 28 29 31 33 34 36 37.5 2. SAHEk(vn)P 3.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 39.5 2.4 3.6/6. 12/20.5 5.8 2.8 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 30 32 34 37 41 45 24 25 27 29 31 32 34 36 32 34 36 38.5 2.5 46 49 35.Thickness Thickness diameter of cross-secductors and nom.5 2.5 50 53.5 41 43 45 48 51.5 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 2060 2440 3040 3650 4610 5990 905 1045 1275 1560 1820 2115 2490 3080 2200 2570 3160 3750 4680 5720 1080 1225 1470 1760 1950 2340 2730 3400 2420 2810 3400 4010 4950 6050 1460 1720 2030 2305 2705 3105 3725 4360 5345 6480 1480 1750 2065 2355 2690 3080 3720 2770 3175 3815 4450 3830 4800 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 1120 1270 1500 1745 2180 2560 670 745 845 950 1060 1180 1325 1540 1260 1405 1625 1850 2250 2600 855 925 1040 1165 1195 1400 1560 1875 1500 1640 1875 2110 2535 2920 1160 1285 1425 1550 1770 1935 2185 2455 2915 3340 1185 1320 1460 1600 1750 1915 2175 1830 2000 2270 2250 3010 3430 ELKABEL .5 5.0 3.5 2.5 2.5 38 40 42 43 44 47 43.0 8.5 2.4 3.8 8.4 5.8 3.5 2.8 8.8 8.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 5.8 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 8. kg/km SAHEk(vn)P Mass of Cu approx.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data SHEk(vn)P.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 56.5 5.5 2.0 8. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.5 2.8 8.6 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.

water absorbing powder Al foil with copolymer moisture ingress layer PE type MDPE Black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to BDS904 20∞C (IEC60228) class 2 Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 22 23 25 26.5 min 15kV. indoor installations.12/20 kV Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage 6/10.5 2.30*n*S core Cu cores .5 31.5 2.50*n*S core N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm IEC 60502-2 annex D Construction data SHEk(v)P./ Short circuit temperature 250∞— /5 s max. kg/km Uo/U 3.5 2. SAHEk(v)P 3.SHEk(v)P SAHEk(v)P MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductiv. 20/35 kV Nominal Cable Number of con.Thickness Thickness cross-secdiameter ductors and nom.5 2. kg/km SAHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 2. 96kV kV Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo max. 24kV kV Test voltage Uo/U 6/10.1mm.5 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 795 930 1155 1430 1690 1980 2360 2950 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 570 625 720 825 935 1040 1190 1415 318 ELKABEL .5 28 29.6/6kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 2. 12/20 kV Uo/U. 6/10. 12/20 kV AC (≈) . inal cross section tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 2. electric power stations and industrial systems.6/6.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.20∞— -30 to 50∞— Al cores . no more than 12kV.15 min 48kV.5 2.water penetration in the region of metallic screen no less than .6/10. min 15x D cable Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Force of strain in laying N max where: Tests .5 2.5 33. 30kV kV DC (=) . conduits and shafts. kg/km Mass of cable approx. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. in cable ducts. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. .layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Radial protection from Sheath Color According to BDS 2581-86 and additional N 4 —u and Al stranded compacted. 18/30.. 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations./ 6/10. 12/20 kV BDS 2581-86 and additional 4 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10.of insulaof tion of approx. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 5 pC Bending radius. 12/20. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2. small and medium industrial plants.

5 2.5 2.4 3.8 8.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 5.5 2.8 3.5 39.8 8.5 2.8 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 40 36 38 40.5 2.5 42 45 28 29 31 33 34 36 37.8 8.5 2. SAHEk(v)P 3.5 2.5 5.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 5.8 8.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 2.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 2. kg/km SAHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 45 47.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 5.5 5.8 8. kg/km Mass of Al approx.6 2.8 8.5 5.Thickness Thickness cross-secdiameter ductors and nom.0 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.5 50 53.8 8. 20/35 kV Cable Nominal Number of con. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.5 2.2 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 37.0 8.5 5.6/6.5 2. tion of inal cross section insulation sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx.5 2. 12/20.5 5.0 8.0 8.5 2.5 5.5 8.5 55 36.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 36.4 3.4 3.8 8.5 5.4 3.6 2.8 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 30 32 34 37 41 45 24 25 27 29 31 32 34 36 32 34 36 38.5 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 2060 2440 3040 3650 4610 5990 905 1045 1275 1560 1820 2115 2490 3080 2200 2570 3160 3750 4680 5720 1080 1225 1470 1760 1950 2340 2730 3400 2420 2810 3400 4010 4950 6050 1460 1720 2030 2305 2705 3105 3725 4360 5345 6480 1480 1750 2065 2355 2690 3080 3720 2770 3175 3815 4450 3830 4800 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 1120 1270 1500 1745 2180 2560 670 745 845 950 1060 1180 1325 1540 1260 1405 1625 1850 2250 2600 855 925 1040 1165 1195 1400 1560 1875 1500 1640 1875 2110 2535 2920 1160 1285 1425 1550 1770 1935 2185 2455 2915 3340 1185 1320 1460 1600 1750 1915 2175 1830 2000 2270 2250 3010 3430 ELKABEL 319 .5 2.5 38 40 42 43 44 47 43.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 5.0 8.4 5.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data SHEk(v)P.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 42. 6/10.5 2.5 56.5 41 43 45 48 51. 18/30.4 3.5 2. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 6/10kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 12/20kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 18/30kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 20/35kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 2.4 3.of of approx.5 2.5 2.8 8.5 2.0 8.4 3.4 3.5 2.8 8.5 46 49 35.

5 2. 30kV kV DC (=) .5 2.5 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 795 930 1155 1430 1690 1980 2360 2950 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 570 625 720 825 935 1040 1190 1415 320 ELKABEL . 20/35 kV Nominal Cable Number of con. no more than 12kV. 12/20.5 2.6/6kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 2.5 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 22 23 25 26.5 2.6/6. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. inal cross section tion sheath screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SvHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx. according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 with water powder absorbing semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 6/10.of insulaof tion of approx. They are suitable for use in distribution installations.30*n*S core Cu cores . min 15x D cable Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Force of strain in laying N max where: Tests . kg/km Uo/U 3. in cable ducts. kg/km SAvHEk(v)P Mass of Cu approx. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 2.20∞— -30 to 50∞— Al cores .5 2. SAvHEk(v)P 3. ./ Short circuit temperature 250∞— /5 s max. 12/20 kV BDS 2581-86 and additional 4 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and longitudinal water-blocking elements are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 18/30.5 31.6/10.5 28 29.5 33.5 2.5 2. 12/20 kV AC (≈) .Thickness Thickness cross-secdiameter ductors and nom. indoor installations.5 2.50*n*S core N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm IEC 60502-2 annex D Construction data SvHEk(v)P.water absorbing powder Al foil with copolymer layer PE type MDPE Black Technical data Conductor resistance at According to BDS904 20∞C (IEC60228) class 2 Operating temperature 90∞— continuous operation Overload temperature 130∞— /100h per year max. 24kV kV Test voltage Uo/U 6/10.5 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.5 2. 5 pC Bending radius.5 2. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter./ Nominal voltage Uo/U: 6/10. electric power stations and industrial systems. 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.5 2. 12/20 kV Uo/U. small and medium industrial plants.layer Water resisting element Metal screen Water resisting element Radial protection from moisture ingress Sheath Color According to BDS 2581-86 and additional N 4 —u and Al stranded compacted.5 2. conduits and shafts. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 min 15kV. 96kV kV Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo max. Cable construction Construction Conductor Water resisting element Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductiv.5 2.water penetration in the region of metallic screen no less than .12/20 kV Highest system voltage 6/10.15 min 48kV.SvHEk(v)P SAvHEk(v)P MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U .1mm.

8 8.5 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 490 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 600 790 1030 1255 1505 1840 2365 1595 1930 2450 2980 3835 4805 2060 2440 3040 3650 4610 5990 905 1045 1275 1560 1820 2115 2490 3080 2200 2570 3160 3750 4680 5720 1080 1225 1470 1760 1950 2340 2730 3400 2420 2810 3400 4010 4950 6050 1460 1720 2030 2305 2705 3105 3725 4360 5345 6480 1480 1750 2065 2355 2690 3080 3720 2770 3175 3815 4450 3830 4800 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 95 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 130 190 260 330 405 510 665 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 265 363 363 1120 1270 1500 1745 2180 2560 670 745 845 950 1060 1180 1325 1540 1260 1405 1625 1850 2250 2600 855 925 1040 1165 1195 1400 1560 1875 1500 1640 1875 2110 2535 2920 1160 1285 1425 1550 1770 1935 2185 2455 2915 3340 1185 1320 1460 1600 1750 1915 2175 1830 2000 2270 2250 3010 3430 ELKABEL 321 .4 5.5 2.8 8.0 8.2 3.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.0 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.8 8.5 2. kg/km 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 6/10kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 12/20kV 1x35rm/16 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 18/30kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 Uo/U 20/35kV 1x50rm/16 1x70rm/16 1x95rm/16 1x120rm/16 1x150rm/16 1x185rm/16 1x240rm/16 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 1x240rm/25 1x300rm/25 1x400rm/35 1x500rm/35 2.5 36.5 39.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 42 45 28 29 31 33 34 36 37.0 8.5 5.5 2.5 2.6 2.0 8. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.4 3.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath Construction data SvHEk(v)P.4 3.8 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 37.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 40 36 38 40.5 2.5 5.8 8.5 56.5 41 43 45 48 51.4 3.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 5.5 2.0 8.5 2. 12/20. screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm 3.5 2.5 2.8 8.Thickness Thickness cross-secCable ductors and nom.5 2.6 2.5 2.6/6.5 2.4 3.4 3.8 3.8 8.8 8.8 8.5 5.0 8.5 8.5 45 47.5 2.5 5.5 50 53.5 5.5 2.5 2.0 8.8 8.5 2.0 8.0 8.5 2.5 5. kg/km MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 2.8 8. 18/30.5 5.5 38 40 42 43 44 47 43.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 2.4 3. 6/10.5 2.5 2.4 3.of insulaof diameter tion of inal cross section tion sheath approx.5 5.4 3.5 2.8 8.5 2.5 2.5 42.5 55 36.5 2.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.8 8.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 46 49 35. kg/km Mass of cable approx. 20/35 kV SvHEk(v)P SAvHEk(v)P Mass of Al approx.5 2.8 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16* 16* 16* 25 25 25 25 35 35 30 32 34 37 41 45 24 25 27 29 31 32 34 36 32 34 36 38. SAvHEk(v)P Nominal Number of con.

12/20 kV 15kV. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.layer Water resisting element Metal screen and Radial protection from moisture ingress Sheath Color Tests ./ 6/10. indoor installations. electric power stations and industrial systems. conduits and shafts. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Force of strain in laying N max According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. no more than Test voltage Uo/U AC (≈) . according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound XLPE compound semi-conductive XLPE compound Layer of semi-conductive water absorbing tapes Al foil with copolymer layer section Al foil . They are suitable for use in distribution installations.5 min DC (=) . 12/20 kV BDS 2581-86 and additional 4 Application The single-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 6/10. 24kV kV 6/10. 12/20 kV 12kV. in cable ducts.12/20 kV 6/10./ 250∞— /5 s max.6/10.15 min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius.50*n*S core N is number of cores and S is cross section of cores in mm Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductiv. 96kV kV max. 12/20 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations.water penetration in the region of metallic screen IEC 60502-2 annex D 322 ELKABEL .SHEa(v)P SAHEa(v)P MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . small and medium industrial plants.30*n*S core Cu cores .16mm2 PE type MDPE Black where: Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature Short circuit temperature Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage Uo/U.20∞— -30 to 50∞— Al cores .25mm2 equivalency Cu . 30kV kV 48kV. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 2581-86 and additional N 4 —u and Al stranded compacted. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than .

5 5.4 2. SAHEa(v)P 6/10 and 12/20 kV Cable Nominal Number of con. kg/km Mass of cable approx. kg/km SHEa(v)P Mass of Al approx. tion sheath tion of inal cross section screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SAHEa(v)P Mass of Al approx.diameter ductors and nom.5 25(Cu16) 25(Cu16) 25(Cu16) 25(Cu16) 32 33.5 5.Thickness Thickness of cross-sec. kg/km Uo/U 6/10kV 1x185rm/25 Uo/U 12/20kV 1x95rm/25 1x120rrm/25 1x150rm/25 1x185rm/25 5.5 2.5 5. kg/km Mass of Cu approx.5 35 37 334 404 479 586 989 1064 1224 1384 854 1079 1329 1664 74 74 74 76 1584 1774 2164 2554 3.5 25(Cu16) 33 584 1150 1664 74 2315 ELKABEL 323 .Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PE sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Construction data SHEa(v)P.5 2.of insulaapprox.5 2.5 2. kg/km Mass of cable approx.

5 min 11kV.3.S H E m e T Uo/U . 144kV. 96kV.1mm or Cu tapes laid with overlap over each phase Three insulated and screenesd phases are twisted with fillings and tape support PVC compound PVC compound type P-5 according to IBDS 2581 red Nominal voltage Uo/U: Highest system voltage 3.20/35kV Uo/U./ 250∞— /5 s max/ 3.6/6.6/6. no more than 7.12/20. 12/20. 18/30. min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Tests max.6/6.6/6. 12/20.6/10.12kV. indoor installations.18/30. 160kV min Level of partial discharge at 2*Uo Bending radius. They are suitable for use in distribution installations. 36kV.30*n*S core Force of strain in laying N Cu cores .THREE CORE Application The three-core cables with insulation of cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.number of cores and where: -S-cross-section of conductors in mm 324 ELKABEL . small and medium industrial plants. 20/35 kV BDS 2581-86 SAHEmeT MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES . n. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels. 12/20. 6/10.2kV. 18/30. electric power stations and industrial systems. 50kV DC (=) . 6/10. 45kV. 15kV.15 29kV. 5 pC 15x D cable no less than -5∞— Cable assembly Inner sheatth Sheath Color -30 to 50∞— according to BDS 2581 Al cores . according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 semi-conductive XLPE compound Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature Overload temperature According to BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 90∞— continuous operation 130∞— /100h per year max. over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter. 6/10. 6/10. in cable ducts.20/35kV AC (≈) .6/6. 12/20. 24kV. Cable construction Construction Conductor Inner semiconductive layer Insulation Outer semiconductive layer Metal screen According to BDS 2581-86 —u and Al stranded compacted. 30kV.50*n*S core max. 18/30.18/30.20/35kV XLPE compound Short circuit temperature semi-conductive XLPE compound Cu wires concentrically laid and one contact of Cu tape with thickness of 0. 42kV Test voltage Uo/U 3. 20/35 kV and frequency 50 Hz in urban and district electrical networks and for electrical supply of transformer's substations. 48kV. conduits and shafts.

4 3.5 2.5 2.5 62.7 3.0 8.3 3.4 3.5 2.9 3.5 5.9 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 16 16 16 16 25 16 16 16 16 25 42 44 48 52 55 58.6/6kV 3x35rm/16 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/16 3x185rm/16 3x240rm/16 3x150rm/25 3x185rm/25 3x240rm/25 Uo/U 6/10kV 3x35rm/16 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/16 3x185rm/16 3x240rm/16 3x150rm/25 3x185rm/25 3x240rm/25 Uo/U 12/20kV 3x35rm/16 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/16 3x185rm/16 3x240rm/16 3x150rm/25 3x185rm/25 3x240rm/25 Uo/U 18/30kV 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/25 Uo/U 20/35kV 3x50rm/16 3x70rm/16 3x95rm/16 3x120rm/16 3x150rm/25 2. 20/35 kV Nominal Number of con.5 3.5 45 47. screen N ı mm2 mm mm mm2 mm SHEmeT Mass of Cu approx.5 3.2 2.5 2.8 2.5 8.5 2.4 3.4 3. 6/10.5 5.8 2.4 3.4 2.5 5.5 65.5 2.5 5.5 68 59 63 68. 12/20.0 8.5 2.4 3.2 3.5 5.8 3.5 52.0 59 62 65 72 62.4 3.5 5. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3.Thickness Thickness cross-secCable ductors and nom. 18/30.5 5.4 3.6/6.0 3.5 5.Cu / Al conductors ● XLPE insulation ● Cu screen ● PVC sheath MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES .5 5.2 2.5 3.3 3.9 3.8 8. kg/km Mass of cable approx.5 73 55.4 3.0 3.5 2.5 62 66 68 72 76 82 73 77 83 70 74 78 82 86 74 78 82 86 89 1155 1565 2125 2825 3525 4360 5335 6895 4450 5425 6985 1155 1565 2125 2825 3525 4360 5335 6895 4450 5425 6985 1155 1565 2125 2825 3525 4360 5335 6895 4450 5425 6985 1565 2125 2825 3525 4450 1565 2125 2825 3525 4450 2605 3075 3900 4910 5785 6860 8180 10235 6940 8265 10330 2905 3405 4275 5305 6195 7295 8655 10730 7380 8740 10815 3790 4345 5245 6330 7275 8475 9875 12065 8565 9965 12155 5625 6610 7790 8815 10185 6075 7080 8280 9345 10720 295 405 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2055 1255 1560 2055 295 405 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2055 1255 1560 2055 295 405 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2055 1255 1560 2055 405 585 810 1020 1255 405 585 810 1020 1255 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 176 265 265 265 176 176 176 176 265 176 176 176 176 265 1930 2165 2590 3085 3485 4025 4635 5570 4105 4720 5665 2230 2495 2965 3480 3895 5105 6060 5105 5195 6150 7135 3115 3430 3930 4500 4975 5635 6330 7400 5725 6420 7490 4710 5295 5960 6520 7345 5165 5765 6455 7050 7885 ELKABEL 325 .4 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.0 3.5 2.4 3.5 2. kg/km Mass of Al approx.7 3. SAHEmeT 3.7 3.1 3.9 3.0 3.5 2.0 8.4 5.9 3.7 3.0 8.0 8.of insulaof diameter tion of inal cross section tion sheath approx.2 3.8 8.4 3.THREE CORE Construction data SHEmeT.5 2.8 2.0 3.8 8.8 2. kg/km SAHEmeT Mass of Cu approx.5 2.5 56.1 3.7 2.5 5.5 57.5 2.5 2. kg/km Uo/U 3.8 8.8 3.6 2.

0 43.50*n*S core n-number of cores and S-cross section of cores in mm Insulation Cable assembly Inner sheath Armour-screen Sheath Color Construction data SVBT.4 3. 7.15 min 29kV Bending radius.4 3. kg/km Mass of cable approx.4 3. equivalent to copper mm2 mm SVBT Mass of Cu approx.2kV no more than Test voltage AC (≈) .4 3.4 3. SAVBT Number of conductors and Thickness of nominal cross insulation section N ı mm2 mm Armour Cable diameter section approx.6/6 kV BDS 16291-85 Application The three-core cables with insulation of polyvinylchloride (PVC) are designed for distribution of electrical power and for electrical supply of consumers with nominal voltage Uo/U 3.2 42.1 60.6/6kV 3x25rm/6 3x35rm/6 3x50sm/6 3x70sm/6 3x95sm/6 3x120sm/6 3x150sm/6 3x185sm/6 3x240sm/6 3.4 3. kg/km 3.6/6 kV and frequency 50 Hz.30*n*Score Cu cores .6 55.SVBT SAVBT MIDDLE VOLTAGE POWER CABLES Uo/U . min Temperature of laying Temperature of exploitation Force of strain in laying N max.5 min 11kV DC (=) . in cable ducts. The cables are for fixed assembly in lines with unlimited difference levels.6/6 kV SAVBT Mass of Al approx.6 45.3.4 3.7 40. for indoor installations. conduits and shafts.0 700 680 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 2685 3155 3600 4170 5080 5980 6920 8175 10110 210 290 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 2150 2535 2700 2945 3380 3818 4250 4830 5660 326 ELKABEL . over shelves and grills directly underground in ditch and outdoor shelter.4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 37.4 3.6/6kV Highest system voltage. where: 15x D cable no less than -5∞— -30 to 50∞— Al cores . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 16291-85 —u and Al stranded compacted. kg/km Mass of cable approx.6 48. according to BDS 904 (IEC60228) class 2 PVC compound Three insulated phases are twisted with fillings and tape support Polymer material Two steel tapes PVC compound type P-1 gray Technical data Conductor resistance at According to 20∞C BDS904 (IEC60228) class 2 Operating temperature 70∞— continuous operation Short circuit temperature 160∞— /5 s max/ Nominal voltage Uo/U: 3. kg/km Uo/U 3. electric power stations and industrial systems. They are suitable for distribution installations.6 51.

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black. brown yellow/green. min Vn. brown.sheath of PVC flame retardant Color coding Number of cond. black. brown. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. black. class 1 or class2. blue. which require non-proliferation of flames.SVVn/A POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. grey 328 ELKABEL . grey blue. according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) PVC compound. degree of flame retardancy category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. grey Neutral conductor . according to BDS 5792-84 Filling.001 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV.blue Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green. flame retardant PVC flame retardant. blue brown . blue.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature Insulation 4kV 12kV -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category ¿ 10 ı D cable Inner sheath Sheath Color Type codes SVpower cable PVC insulation power cable PVC insulation sheath of PVC flame retardant Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec.001-96 Copper solid or twisted.0. 1 2 3 4 Color of conductors without yellow/green random color brown. mm2 from 1. frequency 50Hz and surroundings. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . Flame retardancy Bending radius.6/1 kV FN KI 02.

7 30.1 45.0 40.0 3 ı 6.7 26.2 36.1 12.5 4 ı 2. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SVVn/¿ 0.5 3 ı 2.6 27.3 22.9 14.5 15. and conductor diameter nominal approx.2 36.5 1 ı 2.4 14.8 15.0 18.9 30.6 9.1 12.5 1 ı 4.6 17.3 26.2 53.4 25.0 52.2 35.2 48.2 Mass of Cu kg/km 14 23 37 55 93 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 28 46 73 110 182 303 303 470 652 928 1288 1748 42 69 110 165 275 450 450 700 980 1390 1400 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 850 1130 1131 1141 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 6070 7840 9928 55 92 146 Mass of cable approx kg/km 74 89 135 164 214 285 425 535 692 920 1225 1485 1793 2200 2830 3485 4390 5478 210 248 340 410 525 714 720 1085 1310 1720 2330 3130 230 290 384 473 642 873 920 1352 1738 2335 2350 2625 3585 4345 5300 6590 8500 316 435 550 738 1008 1569 1570 1975 1976 1986 2595 3155 4195 5180 6420 7771 9990 12466 270 329 455 Construction data SVVn/¿ 0. cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 1.9 15. and conductor diameter nominal approx.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.3 48.0 8.1 18.8 21.1 33.9 12.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.0 40.1 20.7 15.5 3 ı 4.7 34.4 19.0 32.5 3 ı 4.8 24.4 Mass of Cu kg/km 218 363 582 588 925 1303 1857 2592 3540 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 11060 Mass of cable approx kg/km 569 782 1162 1198 1690 2190 2978 3937 5317 2980 3940 3490 4660 5680 7035 8895 11255 13722 ELKABEL 329 .6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.8 58.5 10.7 27.5 21.8 38.0 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/rm rm/re rm/rm sm/re rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re mm 8.3 20.0 42. cross section N ı mm2 4 ı 6.7 28.0 16.0 46.1 20.8 64.8 17.1 38.6 14.0 31.0 25.2 31.3 12.7 29.5 3 ı 6.0 11.0 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 1.7 12.5 19.5 4 ı 4.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.0 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 4 ı 300 re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm mm 17.2 43.0 51.8 17.5 2 ı 4.1 34.1 43.1 21.3 28.9 13.5+1.0+2.4 19.7 64.0 30.3 58.0 1 ı 6.8 39.0 27.2 23.1 12.0 2 ı 6.8 16.0+4.5 25.0 3 ı 16+10 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 95+50 3 ı 120+70 3 ı 150+70 3 ı 185+95 3 ı 240+120 3 ı 300+150 4 ı 1.8 23.2 30.1 37.9 24.4 32.5 2 ı 2.0 3 ı 10+6.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 2 ı 70 2 ı 95 3 ı 1.

001-96 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV.001-96 Copper solid or twisted.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Insulation Test voltage alternating Inner sheath Sheath or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature 4kV 12kV -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category ¿ 10 ı D cable Color Type codes SVVnpower cable PVC insulation sheath of PVC flame retardant Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec. black yellow/green.grey yellow/green and the other black with number marking 6 and over 6 black with number marking 330 ELKABEL . brown. brown. black. black.0. class 1 or 2. Color of conductors without yellow/green Color of conductors with yellow/green 5 blue. Flame retardancy Bending radius. mm2 from 1. which require non-proliferation of flames. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . flame retardant PVC flame retardant. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) PVC insulation according to BDS 5792-84 filling. min Color coding Number of cond. blue.6/1 kV FN KI 02. grey.SVVn/A POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. frequency 50Hz and surroundings. degree of flame retardant category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor.

5 10 ı 2.5 21 ı 2.8 24.1 24.9 21.5 7 ı 2.5 5 ı 2.2 30. mm 13.5 19 ı 2.5 6 ı 2.0 6 ı 6.2 24.0 12 ı 1.5 24 ı 2.8 17.8 27.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.5 25 ı 2.6 19.6 19.6/1 kV Number of cond.5 12 ı 2.5 14 ı 4.1 17.9 18.5 24.0 5 ı 6.5 7 ı 4.1 23.9 22.2 Mass of Cu kg/km 69 114 182 275 455 745 745 1165 1640 2330 3260 4430 84 138 222 330 558 96 160 255 110 182 296 140 228 365 165 275 444 195 320 518 220 365 260 435 280 460 294 483 330 546 350 575 378 621 410 685 506 845 Mass of cable approx kg/km 305 380 540 680 939 1318 1328 2090 2740 3670 4875 6550 356 446 642 805 1122 345 435 671 399 502 845 462 588 991 510 660 1086 567 740 1207 631 827 706 938 775 1025 799 1060 862 1155 905 1188 1110 1347 1118 1375 1205 1655 ELKABEL 331 .5 5 ı 4.6 26.2 20.2 30.2 21.4 21.0 16 ı 1.8 21.2 25.0 8 ı 1.2 15.5 16.9 14. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SVVn/¿ 0.2 33.6 38.5 6 ı 4.8 19.1 21.5 20 ı 2.7 24.5 12 ı 4.5 16 ı 2.5 30 ı 1.4 19.0 14 ı 1.4 50.5 14 ı 2.5 27 ı 1.5 25 ı 1.5 18.6 19.8 25.5 16.8 23.5 26.6 19.2 43.8 25.0 10 ı 1.5 8 ı 4.5 37 ı 1.5 14.5 24 ı 1.5 37 ı 2.5 30 ı 2.5 27.5 21 ı 1.0 6 ı 10 7 ı 1.0 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 5 ı 95 6 ı 1.5 8 ı 2.2 24.5 27 ı 2.5 20 ı 1.5 19 ı 1.4 24.5 10 ı 4.1 21.2 22. and nominal cross section N ı mm2 5 ı 1.8 16.5 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Form of conductor Cable diameter approx.6 26.6 20.

001-96 Copper solid or twisted. class 1 or class2. degree of flame retardancy category C black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating Insulation Sheath Color 4kV 12kV or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category C 10 ı D cable Type codes SVVnpower cable PVC insulation sheath of PVC flame retardant Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec. brown. according to BDS 5792-84 PVC flame retardant. blue. black.blue Color of conductors without yellow/green random color light blue. brown yellow/green. frequency 50Hz and surroundings. min Color coding Number of cond.SVVn/C POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. 1 2 3 4 Neutral conductor . black.001-2006 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV.6/1 kV FN KI 02. Flame retardancy Bending radius. brown brown. grey Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green. grey 332 ELKABEL . which require non-proliferation of flames. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. brown. black.0. according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) PVC compound. mm2 from 1. grey blue.

0 12.0 16. cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 1.9 28.8 19.0 4 ı 1.0 3 ı 1.4 16.1 30.8 36.5 2ı4 2ı6 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.2 11.8 33.4 10.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.5 1ı4 1ı6 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 1.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.3 10.5 56.6 8.9 24.8 14.3 10.2 16.2 25.5 3 ı 6.4 11.2 49.0 10.8 25.9 39.0 2 ı 1.3 33.6 12.1 35.9 13.2 28.6 14.5 3 ı 2.0 14.2 7. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SVVn/C 0.4 14.5 1 ı 2.2 13.5 4 ı 2.5 4ı4 4ı6 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 rm sm sm sm sm sm sm re+re re+re re+re re+re re+re rm+re rm+re rm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm sm+rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm mm 28.3 43.1 13.6 10.0 32.5 + 1.9 21.9 22.2 30.0 3 ı 10 + 6 3 ı 16 + 10 3 ı 25 + 16 3 ı 35 + 16 3 ı 50 + 25 3 ı 70 + 35 3 ı 95 + 50 3 ı 120 + 70 3 ı 150 + 70 3 ı 185 + 95 3 ı 240 + 120 4 ı 1.7 19.9 13.0 8.3 Mass of Cu kg/km 14 23 37 55 93 148 148 229 325 458 648 885 1120 1378 1703 2208 2765 3680 4600 20 28 46 75 110 182 303 470 652 928 28 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 Mass of cable approx kg/km 69 82 102 125 178 253 253 350 462 598 810 1100 1385 1610 2020 2565 3200 4035 5180 100 120 150 210 260 370 558 810 1057 1408 119 122 154 260 349 480 682 1078 1298 Construction data SVVn/C 0.5 9.4 27.8 11.4 19. cross section N ı mm2 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 2.5 3 ı 4.0 9.8 10.9 9.8 31.3 55.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.5 23.5 24.3 27.0 + 2.2 45.8 27. and conductor diameter nominal approx.2 15.8 40.2 17.3 41.0 18.1 44. and conductor diameter nominal approx.5 2 ı 2.5 3ı4 3ı6 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 re re re re re re Ím rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm mm 7.7 18.8 37.0 + 4.4 Mass of Cu kg/km 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 82 132 202 330 540 850 1130 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 6070 7840 37 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 Mass of cable approx kg/km 1895 2400 3225 4010 4830 6035 7818 203 293 380 545 870 1245 1590 2175 2785 3680 4730 5620 7090 9150 140 165 216 317 408 593 951 1285 1778 2307 3101 4250 5210 6385 7960 10310 ELKABEL 333 .3 49.4 16.0 11.0 37.4 48.8 21.0 33.9 11.

001-96 Aluminum solid or twisted cores. black.0. brown. which require non-proliferation of flames Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. brown. grey.001-96 Application These cables are designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. brown yellow/green. brown. 1 2 3 4 5 Color of conductors without yellow/green random color brown. mm2 from 1. according to BDS 5792-84 Flame retardant filling PVC flame retardant. blue yellow/green. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . black Neutral conductor . brown. black. blue.6/1 kV FN KI 02. black. black. blue. grey blue. grey 334 ELKABEL . black. degree of flame retardant category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. frequency 50Hz and surroundings.SAVVn/¿ POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color 4kV 12kV -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category A 10 ı D cable Type codes SAVVnpower cable aluminum conductors PVC insulation sheath of PVC flame retardant Flame retardancy Bending radius. blue brown .blue Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green. Color coding Number of cond. grey blue. according to BDS 904-84 PVC insulation. min Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec. class 1 or class 2. blue.

2 43. and conductor diameter nominal approx.1 37.3 14.2 36.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.2 31.1 10.5 34.2 21.1 25.3 22.6 42.7 64.1 33.2 28.2 35.3 49.7 25.1 45.3 19.9 30.0 38.1 43. cross section N ı mm2 1 ı 2.6 17.8 45.7 21.5 3ı4 3ı6 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 4+2.0 53.5 1ı4 1ı6 1 ı 10 1 ı 16 1 ı 25 1 ı 35 1 ı 50 1 ı 50 1 ı 70 1 ı 95 1 ı 120 1 ı 150 1 ı 185 1 ı 240 1 ı 300 1 ı 400 1 ı 500 2 ı 2.4 19.6 34.4 24.9 14.5 8.7 58.0 28.2 48.1 9.4 24.4 29.8 Mass of Al kg/km 101 165 255 340 480 485 485 665 660 907 340 453 670 910 1180 1405 1780 2310 2895 28 46 68 112 180 270 390 520 520 760 1040 390 520 760 1060 1340 1650 2100 2720 3320 35 58 85 140 225 345 480 650 965 1345 Mass of cable approx kg/km 510 645 878 1040 1374 1475 1495 1899 1889 2495 977 1225 1637 2086 2476 2999 3647 4598 5577 269 375 445 540 693 944 1163 1537 1660 2134 2851 1050 1321 1763 2276 2678 3105 4268 5120 6157 309 429 513 630 795 1120 1520 1983 2604 3497 ELKABEL 335 .0 40.2 13.1 33.4 18.0 32.8 22.3 25.3 15.5 3 ı 6+4 re re re re re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re mm 7.2 17.3 28.1 12.2 36.2 48.6 12.8 24.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.5 24.4 21. and conductor diameter nominal approx.1 17.8 29.0 36.0 31.0 40. cross section N ı mm2 3 ı 10+6 3 ı 16+10 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 95+50 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 95+50 3ı120+70 3ı150+70 3ı185+95 3ı240+120 3ı300+150 4 ı 2.7 39.0 40.8 28.8 38.9 26.4 16.1 19.9 13.4 23.9 Mass of Al kg/km 8 12 17 28 45 68 95 127 127 190 260 325 405 510 665 830 1060 1410 14 23 34 56 90 137 190 190 254 380 520 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 385 570 780 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 42 63 Mass of cable approx kg/km 72 93 107 128 158 210 252 315 330 522 648 755 882 925 1325 1402 1748 2235 218 292 346 407 510 695 832 883 1160 1517 1995 240 326 385 465 582 790 966 1240 1310 1761 2295 1035 1351 1805 2059 2530 3107 3905 348 425 Construction data SAVVn/¿ 0.2 32.4 22.0 18.1 30.8 18.7 30.5 5ı4 5ı6 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 5 ı 95 re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/Ím rm/Ím rm/rm rm /rm sm/re sm/re sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm mm 19.3 20.0 41.5 4ı4 4ı6 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 4 ı 300 5 ı 2. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SAVVn/¿ 0.4 19.8 37.8 31.6 17.5 15.9 16.2 14.6 28.8 51.7 64.0 52.4 9.2 43.3 58.4 27.7 24.5 2ı4 2ı6 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 2 ı 70 2 ı 95 3 ı 2.2 16.0 31.5 32.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.0 38.

brown yellow/green. grey 336 ELKABEL . brown. Armored cable for fixed installation and construction of electrical networks and installations. black. 6/1 kV. grey blue. black. 6/1 kV. frequency of 50Hz and flame retardant surroundings. 1 2 3 4 Color of conductors without yellow/green random color brown.6/1 kV FN KI 02.blue Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green. mm2 from 1. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. blue brown . degree of flame retardancy category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. intended for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color 4kV 12kV or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec.0. class 1 or class 2. black. brown. blue. Flame retardancy Bending radius. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . according to BDS 904-84(IEC 60228) PVC insulation. intended for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0. grey Neutral conductor .001-96 Copper solid or twisted cores. according to BDS 5792-84 flame retardant filling steel tapes PVC flame retardant. min -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category A 10 ı D cable Type codes SVBVnpower cable PVC insulation armor sheath of PVC flame retardant Color coding Number of cond. blue. frequency of 50Hz and flame retardant surroundings.001-96 Application Armored cable for fixed installation and construction of electrical networks and installations.SVBVn/A POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.

FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SVBVn/A 0.7 Mass of Cu kg/km 28 46 73 110 182 303 470 652 928 42 69 110 165 275 450 700 980 1390 1950 2650 3350 4185 5160 6720 8295 82 132 202 330 540 850 850 1131 1630 1630 2280 3120 4010 4850 6070 7840 9928 55 92 146 218 363 582 925 1303 1857 1857 2601 3540 4460 5575 6880 8928 11060 Mass of cable approx kg/km 315 360 478 561 680 862 1299 1570 2016 350 420 529 631 820 1022 1555 2023 2648 2940 3984 4786 5841 7125 9098 11198 461 618 699 922 1223 1805 1812 2266 2978 2978 3542 4538 5596 6933 8356 10620 13422 390 466 621 734 975 1275 1938 2522 3335 3338 3845 5132 6250 7740 9510 11928 14655 ELKABEL 337 .8 36.0+2.5 21.0 44.0 38.5 29.5 3 ı 4.5 61.6 50.5 15.6/1 kV Number of cond.5 4 ı 4.5 4 ı 2. tapes ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.5+1.3 58.5 2 ı 2.2 54.5 3 ı 2.0 40.0 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 4 ı 300 re re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/re rm/rm rm/rm rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm Form of conductor Cable diameter approx.7 29.6 27.0 20.1 23.7 16.0 26.0+4.8 20.1 27.9 66.0 16.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 300 3 ı 2.4 31.5 3 ı 6. mm 12.4 60.4 45.7 14.0 3 ı 6.0 3 ı 16+10 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 95+50 3 ı 120+70 3 ı 150+70 3 ı 185+95 3 ı 240+120 3 ı 300+150 4 ı 1.2 17.7 33.0 38.6 25.8 13.3 19.4 45.7 18.7 14.8 33.2 27.1 34.9 53.5 2 ı 4.2 17. and nominal cross section N ı mm2 2 ı 1.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour-st.2 21.5 16.0 4 ı 6.2 18.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 1.2 42.2 38.8 30.2 34.0 66.2 32.0 22.2 42.5 3 ı 4.2 47.0 3 ı 10+6.2 54.6 50.7 18.0 2 ı 6.0 13.5 23.8 19.0 31.

frequency of 50Hz and flame retardant surroundings. mm2 from 1. intended for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0. brown. Armored cable for fixed installation and construction of electrical networks and installations. min -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category A 10 ı D cable Type codes SVBVnpower cable PVC insulation armor sheath of PVC flame retardant Color coding Number of cond. FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U .001-96 Copper solid or twisted cores. 6/1 kV. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. degree of flame retardancy category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. blue.SVBVn/A POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. grey. brown.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating Insulation Inner sheath Armour Sheath Color 4kV 12kV or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec. black. class 1 or class 2. black Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green.0. frequency of 50Hz and flame retardant surroundings. intended for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0.grey yellow/green and the other core black with number marking 6 and over 6 black with number marking 338 ELKABEL .001-96 Application Armored cable for fixed installation and construction of electrical networks and installations. according to BDS 5792-84 flame retardant filling steel tapes PVC flame retardant. Flame retardancy Bending radius. according to BDS 904-84(IEC 60228) PVC insulation. 6/1 kV.6/1 kV FN KI 02. black. 5 Color of conductors without yellow/green blue.

1 21.5 21 ı 1.5 14 ı 2.1 19. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SVBVn/A 0.5 12 ı 2.1 25.0 7 ı 6.0 24.0 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 6 ı 1.6 29.5 7 ı 4.6 31.6 22.5 16 ı 2.0 20.0 12 ı 1.5 16 ı 1.6 26. tapes ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.0 20.5 8 ı 4.5 24 ı 2.9 16.4 22.5 20.0 10 ı 6.0 10 ı 1.5 15.3 16.9 23.2 22.5 30 ı 1.5 25.8 29.9 19.4 20.5 20 ı 2.7 23.0 5 ı 6.5 6 ı 2.5 14 ı 1.0 8 ı 6.5 7 ı 2.1 26.9 22.3 Mass of Cu kg/km 69 114 182 275 455 745 1165 1640 2330 3260 84 138 222 330 96 160 255 384 110 182 296 440 140 228 365 550 165 275 195 320 220 365 260 435 280 460 294 483 330 546 378 621 410 685 506 845 Mass of cable approx kg/km 430 520 710 856 1025 1320 2340 3125 4180 5200 507 608 835 1013 502 630 865 1055 578 715 1020 1250 665 814 1225 1520 741 890 805 960 880 1080 930 1215 1055 1310 1065 1320 1135 1485 1295 1672 1460 1720 1566 1986 ELKABEL 339 .4 32.5 24.5 27 ı 1.4 19.0 6 ı 6.5 re re re re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Form of conductor Cable diameter approx.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour-st. and nominal cross section N ı mm2 5 ı 1.0 8 ı 1.9 23.9 22.5 5 ı 2.5 37 ı 2.1 23.1 45.5 19 ı 2.5 27 ı 2.5 20 ı 1.0 7 ı 1.5 24 ı 1.1 26.2 27.5 10 ı 2.9 22.1 21.4 27.5 21 ı 2.4 16.7 34.1 25.5 30 ı 2.1 26.6/1 kV Number of cond.8 18.5 10 ı 4.5 5 ı 4.8 40.5 37 ı 1.1 28.5 8 ı 2. mm 15.1 24.8 18.5 6 ı 4.5 19 ı 1.

6/1 kV FN KI 02.001-96 Application Armored cables for fixed assembly installation of electrical power networks and installations. grey blue. brown. brown yellow/green. black. designed for transfer and distribution of electrical power with nominal voltage U 0 / U 0 6/1 kV. min Color coding Number of cond.grey yellow/green and the other core black with number marking 340 ELKABEL . according to BDS 904-84 PVC insulation. blue brown . FLAME RETARDANT Uo/U . black black with number marking Color of conductors with yellow/green yellow/green.SAVBVn/A POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE. black.5 to 16 from 25 to 500 According to BDS 904-84 Conductor resistance Test voltage alternating Insulation Inner sheath Sheath Color 4kV 12kV or direct Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Operating temperature -5oC -30oC to +50oC +70oC +160oC BDS IEC 332-3/82 Category A 10 ı D cable Type codes SAVBVnpower cable aluminum conductors PVC insulation Steel tape armor sheath of PVC flame retardant Short circuit temperature for no more than 5 sec. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 02. class 1 or class 2. black. frequency 50Hz and surroundings. which require non-proliferation of flames. blue. Flame retardancy Bending radius. brown. blue.001-96 Aluminum solid or twisted cores. blue. brown. grey blue. mm2 from 1. black. brown.0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 and above Color of conductors without yellow/green random color brown. grey. black. degree of flame retardant category A black class 1 class 2 Technical data Cross section of conductor. according to BDS 5792-84 flame retardant filling PVC flame retardant. grey yellow/green.

6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.7 15.0 40.5 4 ı 4.2 47.1 27.4 30.0 23.7 34.2 25. and conductor diameter nominal approx.4 45.0 4 ı 10 4 ı 16 4 ı 25 4 ı 35 4 ı 50 4 ı 70 4 ı 95 4 ı 120 4 ı 150 4 ı 185 4 ı 240 4 ı 300 5 ı 1.6 50.0+2.1 22.0 38.1 45.4 18.0 23. tapes ● PVC sheath POWER CABLES LOW VOLTAGE.1 23.9 53.5 19.5 10 ı 1.0 38.7 16.1 26.5 5 ı 2.3 17.7 31.0+4.5 3 ı 4.5 5 ı 4.0 25.0 2 ı 10 2 ı 16 2 ı 25 2 ı 35 2 ı 50 3 ı 2.5 12 ı 1.0 2 ı 6.5 2 ı 4. and conductor diameter nominal approx.8 27.3 58.3 16.0 24.5 16 ı 1.4 45.2 22.1 Mass of Al approx. cross section N ı mm2 3ı185+95 3ı240+120 3ı300+150 4 ı 2.5 14 ı 1.Al conductors ● PVC insulation ● Armour-st.2 54.0 3 ı 10 3 ı 16 3 ı 25 3 ı 35 3 ı 50 3 ı 50 3 ı 70 3 ı 95 3 ı 120 3 ı 150 3 ı 185 3 ı 240 3 ı 300 3ı4. kg/km 4425 5460 6554 431 539 613 749 921 1305 2874 5070 2310 2884 3358 4031 4822 5980 7098 415 461 607 696 852 1056 1519 1837 2571 3265 456 528 625 651 706 748 807 870 873 1021 ELKABEL 341 .0 44. cross section N ı mm2 2 ı 2.0 4 ı 6.0 24.6 21.1 31.5 8 ı 1.2 18.7 12.9 66.5 20 ı 1.6 50.8 19.0 5 ı 10 5 ı 16 5 ı 25 5 ı 35 5 ı 50 5 ı 70 7 ı 1.0 5 ı 6.8 29.0 33. kg/km 14 23 34 56 90 137 190 254 21 36 51 85 135 210 290 385 385 585 810 1020 1255 1560 2035 2490 42 63 101 165 255 340 340 480 480 507 670 910 1180 1405 Mass of cable approx.8 29.1 21.2 42.0 3 ı 10+6.1 30.9 20.9 16.1 34.5 19 ı 1.5 17.2 21.4 21.2 33.1 32.2 27.5 sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm re re re re re re re re sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm rm re re re re re re re re re re mm 54. FLAME RETARDANT Construction data SAVBVn/A 0.5 60.6 33. kg/km 1780 2310 2895 28 46 68 112 180 270 390 520 760 1060 1340 1650 2100 2720 3320 25 35 58 85 140 225 345 480 650 950 35 40 51 61 71 81 95 101 105 120 Mass of cable approx.0 26. kg/km 433 440 499 593 719 995 1174 1468 430 481 540 651 794 1104 1324 1652 1325 1665 2548 2653 3194 3780 4662 5530 496 579 694 887 1185 1205 1396 1791 1572 1604 2194 2684 3164 3721 Construction data SAVBVn/A 0.7 38.0 3 ı 6.5 3ı6.6 19.2 Mass of Al approx.2 42.9 36.3 19.6 21.0 3 ı 16+10 3 ı 25+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 35+16 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 50+25 3 ı 50+35 3 ı 70+35 3 ı 95+50 3ı120+70 3ı150+70 re re re re re rm rm rm re re re re re rm rm rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re re/re rm/rm rm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm sm/rm mm 16.7 16.9 66.9 40.6/1 kV Number of Form of Cable cond.5 21 ı 1.5 24 ı 1.6 29.9 18.4 16.5 23.4 19.5 60.3 20.

7 Ω/km 0.6% Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuit at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry .2mm Paper string insulation. 2 min. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are stranded into layers Several layers of paper tapes Lead containing antimony of 0.wire b.MKG .with yellow supporting spiral M trunk cable K paper band insulation G no protective sheath Type codes 62dB/425 57dB/425m 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 225V -20oC äî +50oC -30oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Number of quads 3 4 7 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 3 4 1 6 Construction data MKG.2mm 31.wire b.2 à. diameter 1. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Bare copper conductor. They are intended for fixed installation in collectors. Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuit at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz. min. Paper band insulation ● quads.min..8 25.8 19.x4x1.2 Number of quads 3 4 7 Outer diameter approx mm 18. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius..5nF/km Color coding Side circuit . canals or pipes.km 26. Mutual capacitance at 800Hznom.2 HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS CABLES FOR TRUNK CABLE NETWORKS BDS 5052-90. stranded in layers ● lead sheath Application These cables are used for building trunk cables networks with the possibility for sealing the transmitted signals up to 552 kHz.wire à.max.wire white red green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . x4x1..13/425m 12 000 MΩ. approx. 1.. The use of these cables for high power installations and for direct laying in ground is not permitted.1 Copper weight kg/km 134 179 313 Cable weight approx kg/km 1049 1146 1678 342 ELKABEL . Insulation resistance .1 Side circuit .4 to 0.

Mutual capacitance at 800Hznom.2 Number of quads Outer diameter approx. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Pad Armour Protective covering Bare copper conductor diameter 1.wire b.2mm 31.x4x1. with the possibility for using multi-channel systems with a frequency range of up to 552 kHz. approx. over which there is a paper tape 4 cores are twisted into quad Quads are twisted concentrically into layers Several layers of paper tapes of lead. min..7 28.13/425m 12 000 MΩ.max.wire green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . Insulation resistance . 1. x4x1.4 to 0.km 26.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M K B s trunk cable paper band insulation steel tape armour protective sheath of bitumen and yarn Construction data MKBs.6% Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes of bitumen.1 à.5 33. 2 min.BDS 5052-90 Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● armour of steel tapes ● protective layer of yarn MKBs ..8 Copper weight kg/km 134 179 313 Cable weight approx.wire red white Side circuit .5nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Cable core construction Number of quads 3 4 7 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 3 4 1 6 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 300V 0oC äî +45oC -30oC äî +50oC 20 õ D cable Color coding Side circuit . containing antimony of 0. The use of these cables for power installations high voltage is not permitted.wire b. They are suitable for laying in ditches.2mm Paper string insulation. s kg/km 1613 1741 2341 ELKABEL 343 .min. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. synthetic yarn and chalk Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry . mm 3 4 7 27.2 à... Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits at 552kHz no less than: 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuit at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz.7 Ω/km 0. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.2 HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS CABLES FOR TRUNK CABLE NETWORKS Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.

.x4x1.6% Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2.0 Copper weight kg/km 134 179 313 Cable weight approx.wire b. x4x1. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted concentrically into layers Several layers of paper tapes of lead. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 1.wire à. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. containing antimony of 0.1 Side circuit .wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . 2 min. 1.13/425m 12 000 MΩ. min.7 28.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry . Insulation resistance . kg/km 1624 1858 2364 344 ELKABEL .2 Number of quads 3 4 7 Outer diameter approx mm 27.2 à.2mm Paper string insulation..max.3 34..km 26.wire b.min. They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds. Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuit at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz. approx.4 to 0.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K paper band insulation B steel tape armour P polyethylene protective sheath 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Number of quads 3 4 7 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 3 4 1 6 Construction data MKBP. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.2mm 31.7 Ω/km 0.2 HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS CABLES FOR TRUNK CABLE NETWORKS BDS 5052-90. with the possibility for using multi-channel systems with a frequency range of up to 552 kHz.. Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.MKBP .5nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Color coding Side circuit . The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.

with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K paper band insulation Em copper tape screen P PE sheath B steel tape armour P Protective PE sheath 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 0.BDS 5052-90 and TU "ELKABEL" MKEmPBP . over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted concentrically into layers Several layers of paper tapes of lead.7 Ω/km 0.max. Inductive voltage 50 to 400 V and frequency 50Hz. containing antimony of 0..2 Number of quads Outer diameter approx. in areas with high electro magnetic influence (fields).wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting .6% Two layers of copper tapes Polyethylene Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.wire à..min.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry . kg/km 3006 ELKABEL 345 ..2mm Paper string insulation. with the possibility for using multi-channel systems with a frequency range of up to 252 kHz. no more than Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. Insulation resistance .wire b.2 HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS CABLES FOR TRUNK CABLE NETWORKS WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● screen ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges. 1.4 to 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hznom. approx. They are suitable for laying in ditches. mm 4 36 Copper weight kg/km 765 Cable weight approx.13/425m 12 000 MΩ.2 à.wire b. Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits at 252kHz no less than: 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuit at 252kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz.1 Side circuit . Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Screen Inner sheath Pad Armour Protective covering Bare copper conductor diameter 1. wire-wire wire-sheath Reduction factor. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.3 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Number of quads 4 Number of quads in the layers 4 Construction data MKEmPBP. x4x1.5nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Color coding Side circuit .x4x1. min.km 26. 2 min..2mm 31.

2mm Paper string insulation. and HF quads may be compressed in frequency range up to 252 kHz. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 1. 2 min.5nF/km 35 nF/km Color coding Side circuit .min. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. cable ducts and pipes. with the possibility for transferring of HF and LF.MKKG 4x4x1.6% Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry of HF quads max. These cables are suitable for fixed installations in collectors. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.wire b.2 + 15ı4ı1. min. approx. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.2mm 31.wire b.km 26.2 BDS 5052-90 Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath COMBINED COMMUNICATION CABLES WITH HF AND LF QUADS FOR TRUNK NETWORKS Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting .13/425m 12 000 MΩ.2 Cross section Outer diameter approx. containing antimony of 0. HF quads LF quads Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits of HF quads at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuits of HF at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz.1 Side circuit .2+15x4x1.2+15õ4õ1.2 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 4 HF quads 15 LF quads Construction data MKKG 4x4x1.2+15õ4õ1.2 à. 1.4 to 0. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Twisted in the middle are 4HF quads and around them are twisted concen trically 15 LF quads Several layers of paper tapes of lead.8 Copper weight kg/km 789 Cable weight approx. Insulation resistance . mm 4õ4õ1.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K combined K paper band insulation G no protective sheath 62dB/425 57dB/425m 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Cross section 4x4x1.wire à.7 Ω/km 0. kg/km 2613 346 ELKABEL .2 30.

1.km 26. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain no less than 45Ó.2mm Paper string insulation. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.7 Ω/km 0.wire b. with the possibility for transferring of HF and LF.5nF/km 35 nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Color coding Side circuit .wire à.3 807 3369 ELKABEL 347 .2+15õ4õ1. synthetic yarn and chalk Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry of HF quads max.2 à.BDS 5052-90 MKKBs 4x4x1. 2 min.1 Side circuit . Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 1. They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds.2+15õ4õ1.min. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.2 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 4 HF quads 15 LF quads Construction data MKKBs 4x4x1.13/425m 12 000 MΩ.6% Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes of bitumen. Insulation resistance .2 39. containing antimony of 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . mm Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.wire b.2 Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective sheath of yarn COMBINED COMMUNICATION CABLES WITH HF AND LF QUADS FOR TRUNK NETWORKS Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges. kg/km 4õ4õ1.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K combined K paper band insulation B steel tape armour s protective sheath of bitumen and synthetic yarn 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 300V 0oC äî +45oC -30oC äî +50oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Cross section 4x4x1. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Twisted in the middle are 4HF quads and around them are twisted concen trically 15 LF quads Several layers of paper tapes of lead.2mm 31. where HF quads may be compressed in a frequency range of up to 252 kHz.4 to 0. min.2+15x4x1.2 + 15ı4ı1. approx. HF quads LF quads Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits of HF quads at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuits of HF at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz.2 Cross section Outer diameter approx.

wire à. 1.wire b. min. mm Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted. approx.6% Pad Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Armour Two steel tapes Protective sheath PE low density with 2.1 Side circuit .2 BDS 5052-90 COMBINED COMMUNICATION CABLES WITH HF AND LF QUADS FOR TRUNK NETWORKS Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.2mm 31.wire b.2mm Paper string insulation.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry of HF quads max. with the possibility for transferring of HF and LF.MKKBP 4x4x1. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.2 Cross section Outer diameter approx.wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . kg/km 4õ4õ1. over which there is a paper tape Quad 4 wires are twisted into a quad Cable core Twisted in the middle are 4HF quads and around them are twisted concentrically 15 LF quads Wrapping Several layers of paper tapes Sheath of lead.2 + 15ı4ı1.2 39.4 to 0. 2 min. HF quads LF quads Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits of HF quads at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuits of HF at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Test voltage 50Hz. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius. where HF quads may be compressed in a frequency range of up to 252 kHz.7 Ω/km 0.5nF/km 35 nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Color coding Side circuit . They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K combined K paper band insulation B steel tape armour P PE protective sheath 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 1000V 2000V 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Cross section 4x4x1.2 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 4 HF quads 15 LF quads Construction dataMKKBP 4x4x1. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Bare copper conductor diameter 1.2+15õ4õ1.13/425m 12 000 MΩ. containing antimony of 0. Insulation resistance .2+15õ4õ1.2 à.2+15x4x1.km 26.min.9 807 3654 348 ELKABEL . where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.

HF quads LF quads Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits íà HF quads at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuits of HF at 552kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Reduction factor.km 26. 1.2+15õ4õ1.4 to 0.6% Two layers of copper tapes PE Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2. Mutual capacitance at 800Hznom.2+15õ4õ1.3 1000V 2000V 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Cable core construction Cross section 4x4x1. mm Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx.wire b.7 Ω/km 0.13/425m 12 000 MΩ. no more than Test voltage 50Hz. Insulation resistance . approx.2 + 15ı4ı1.2 à.BDS 5052-90 and TU"ELKABEL".with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable K combined K paper band insulation Em copper tape screen P PE sheath B steel tape armor P protective PE sheath 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 0.wire à. where HF quads may be compressed in a frequency range of up to 552 kHz. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Twisted in the middle are 4HF quads and around them are twist ed concentrically 15 LF quads Several layers of paper tapes of lead.wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . MKKEmPBP 4x4x1. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.2+15x4x1. They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds.2mm 31.1 Side circuit . with the possibility for transferring of HF and LF.5nF/km 35 nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m Color coding Side circuit . containing antimony of 0.2 Cross section Outer diameter approx.2mm Paper string insulation. min. Inductive voltage 50 to 400 V and frequency 50Hz. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.5 1571 5059 ELKABEL 349 .2 Number of quads in the layers 1 2 4 HF quads 15 LF quads Construction data MKKEmPBP 4x4x1.min. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Screen Inner sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 1. kg/km 4õ4õ1.wire b.2 47. in areas with high electro-magnetic influence.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry of HF quads max. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.2 Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● screen ● steel tape armor ●protective PE sheath COMBINED COMMUNICATION CABLES WITH HF AND LF QUADS AND LOW REDUCTION FACTOR Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges. 2 min.

Cable core construction Cross section 4x4x1. COMBINED COMMUNICATION CABLES WITH HF AND LF QUADS AND LOW REDUCTION FACTOR FOR RAILWAY TRANSPORT Application These cables are used for construction of trunk cable communication network.wire red white green blue In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting .wire b.2 51. approx. wire-wire wire-sheath sheath .km 26.2+15x4x1.4 to 0.2 + 15ı4ı1. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.wire à. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted. in areas with high electro-magnetic influence (fields). mm Copper weight kg/km Cable weight approx. Inductive voltage 50 to 400 V and frequency 50Hz.screen Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.1 Side circuit .2+15õ4õ1.wire b.2 Cross section Outer diameter approx.7 Ω/km 0. min.MKKEmPBPj 4x4x1.4 1644 5776 350 ELKABEL . Insulation resistance . They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds. which are close to electrical railway lines.6% Two layers of copper tapes PE Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2.2 à. no more than Test voltage 50Hz. K combined .5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Resistance of side circuits at 20oC-max Ohmic asymmetry of HF quads max.13/425m 12 000 MΩ. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Screen Inner sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 1. and HF quads may be compressed in frequency range up to 252 kHz. 2 min. Mutual capacitance at 800Hznom. B steel tape armour P PE protective sheath. with the possibility for transferring HF and LF signals. containing antimony of 0.2 Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath BDS 5052-90 and TU "ELKABEL".K paper band insulation Em copper tape screen.2 Number of quads in the layers 1 4 HF quads 2 15 LF quads Construction data MKKEmPBPj 4x4x1.1 1000V 2000V 8600 300V -5oC äî +50oC -40oC äî +70oC 20 õ D cable Color coding Side circuit .2+15õ4õ1.2mm 31. HF quads LF quads Attenuation of near end between all side-circuits of HF quads at 252kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations Protection of far end between all side-circuits of HF at 252kHz no less than 90% of all combinations 100% of all combinations 1.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes M trunk cable. kg/km 4õ4õ1.min.2mm Paper string insulation. j for railway transport Reduction factor.5nF/km 35 nF/km 62dB/425 57dB/425m 70dB/425m 66dB/425m 0. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Twisted in the middle are 4HF quads and around them are twisted concen trically 15 LF quads Several layers of paper tapes of lead. P PE sheath.

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x4x0. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.max. 0.3 15.9 1.wire blue T Z G In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . approx. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.9 mm and 1.max. 700 1000V 2000V 225V Color coding Side circuit .wire white b... K9-12.min.2 à.. Application These cables are used for construction of inter city cable communication networks and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges. containing antimony of 0.wire green b. 2 min.2 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES BDS 5052-90. These cables are suitable for fixed installations in collectors. The use of these cables for high voltage installations and for direct laying underground is not permitted.km 34 35nF/km 280 700 210 700 pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m Test voltage 50Hz.2mm 28.6% Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance .wire red -20∞ C ‰Ó +50∞ C -30∞ C ‰Ó +70∞ C 20 ı D cable Side circuit .max.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes telephone cable twisted into star quad no protective sheath 352 ELKABEL .4 to 0. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .9 TZG . min. where there is transfer of low frequency signals. K2-3. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom..TZG . over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted concentrically into layers Several layers of paper tapes of lead. E1-2 .max. x4x1.85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ. cable ducts and pipes.2mm Paper string insulation.1 à.

0 43...2 14.6 46. kg/km 695 787 1165 1739 1896 2361 2961 3172 3473 4105 5058 5835 6469 7948 8288 10311 11160 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 ELKABEL 353 .4 33.3 Copper weight kg/km 75 100 175 300 50 474 599 674 749 924 1118 1321 1550 1905 2032 2591 2896 Cable weight approx.7 50.8 28.9 12.4 44.3 55.8 19.4 25.5 66.1 43.9 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.x4x1.2 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.8 37.4 26. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 13.0 23.1 Copper weight kg/km 133 177 310 531 620 841 1063 1196 1329 1639 1983 2343 2749 3379 3605 4596 5137 Cable weight approx.0 30.Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Cable core construction Number of quads Number of quads in the layers 1 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 2 3 4 5 6 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 8 10 6 9 10 8 10 12 14 15 16 12 14 16 12 15 16 14 16 18 20 22 18 21 22 20 22 24 27 28 26 28 32 34 Construction data TZG.4 31.5 39.1 24.9 52.0 53. kg/km 547 596 829 1207 1311 1616 1961 2182 2330 2666 3387 3772 4389 5163 5373 6719 7299 Construction data TZG.0 18.8 36.3 32.7 62.2 18.3 27..3 42.x4x0.8 22.5 33.0 15. mm 10..

9 TZBs . E1-2 .2mm Paper string insulation. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó. 2 min..max. containing antimony of 0. Test voltage 50Hz. K9-12. They are suitable for laying in ditches.1 à. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.max. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ.. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted concentrically into layers Several layers of paper tapes of lead. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.6% Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes of bitumen..COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES TZBs .2 à.x4x0.2mm 15. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.wire blue T Z B s In each layer there is a quad with red supporting from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking spiral showing the direction of counting . where there is transfer of low frequency signals.max..wire red 0∞C ‰Ó +45∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C 20 ı D cable Side circuit . Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .max.x4x1.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes telephone cable twisted into star quad steel tape armour protective sheath of bitumen and synthetic yarn 354 ELKABEL . approx. K2-3.9 28.4 to 0.km 34 35nF/km 280 700 210 700 700 pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 1000V 2000V 225V Color coding Side circuit .9 mm and 1.2 BDS 5052-90 Application These cables are used for construction of inter city cable communication networks and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges. min. synthetic yarn and chalk Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance min.wire white b. 0.wire green b.3 1..

0 65.8 50.2 27.6 51.4 52.Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective sheath of yarn COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Cable core construction Number of quads Number of quads in the layers 1 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 2 3 4 5 6 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 8 10 6 9 10 8 10 12 14 15 16 12 14 16 12 15 16 14 16 18 20 22 18 21 22 20 22 24 27 28 26 28 32 34 Construction data TZBs.9 41.1 75.0 58.1 35.0 36.1 39.3 72.7 Copper weight kg/km 136 181 317 544 634 861 1087 1223 1359 1676 1993 2356 2763 3398 3624 4621 5165 Cable weight approx..4 62.4 45.4 45.7 38.0 55.x4x1.7 28.0 Copper weight kg/km 76 102 178 306 357 484 612 688 765 943 1121 1325 1555 1911 2039 2600 2905 Cable weight approx.1 20.5 63.. mm 21.1 34.7 31.9 42.x4x0.2 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.2 23.5 36. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 19. kg/km 812 909 1188 1760 1888 2232 2617 2828 3002 3405 4020 4528 5074 5908 6286 7695 9121 Construction data TZBs. kg/km 1019 1132 1698 2345 2528 3019 3650 3883 4195 4876 5783 6294 7298 9378 10161 12346 13746 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 ELKABEL 355 .9 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.0 47.4 22.9 31..4 26.8 33.1 42.8 53..

. where there is transfer of low frequency signals. They are suitable for laying in ditches in all types of grounds. K9-12. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Temperature range laying and installingÔË exploitation and storage 0.1 à.2mm 15. x4x0.COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES TZBP . where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.9 28.3 1. min. K2-3.85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ. 2 min.9 TZBP . x4x1. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 -max.wire white b. approx.5% carbon black Technical data 'Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance min. containing antimony of 0.6% Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2.4 to 0.wire green b.2 BDS 5052-90 Application These cables are used for construction of inter city cable communication networks and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.2mm Paper string insulation. E1-2 .max..2 à.9 mm and 1.max. In each layer there is a quad with red supporting spiral from which the counting starts and a quad Quad marking showing the direction of counting . The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted..km 34 35nF/km 280 700 210 700 700 pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 1000V 2000V 225V 0∞C ‰Ó +45∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C 20 ı D cable Color coding Side circuit . Test voltage 50Hz.max.wire red Side circuit .. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.wire blue T Z B P Bending radius. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.with yellow supporting spiral Type codes telephone cable twisted into star quad steel tape armour protective PE sheath 356 ELKABEL . over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted into layers Paper tapes of lead.

2 36.7 53.2 Copper weight kg/km 136 181 317 544 634 861 1087 1223 1359 1676 1993 2356 2763 3398 3624 4621 5165 Cable weight approx.4 78.7 19..0 40.7 22.2 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.5 51. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 18.5 36.8 27.9 Copper weight kg/km 76 102 178 306 357 484 612 688 765 943 1121 1325 1555 1911 2039 2600 2905 Cable weight approx. kg/km 998 1107 1683 2327 2508 2970 3631 3883 4182 4851 6219 6253 7083 9173 10137 12321 13755 ELKABEL 357 .5 41.9 22.0 33.9 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.7 64.4 74.3 56. kg/km 798 891 1179 1737 1869 2204 2598 2790 2966 3393 3879 4479 5019 5891 6215 7438 9081 Construction data TZBP.9 45.x4x1.0 26.Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES Cable core construction Number of quads Number of quads in the layers 1 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 2 3 4 5 6 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 8 10 6 9 10 8 10 12 14 15 16 12 14 16 12 15 16 14 16 18 20 22 18 21 22 20 22 24 27 28 26 28 32 34 Construction data TZBP.6 31.9 63..1 54..9 39.6 28.x4x0.7 32..9 48.1 46.3 35.8 43.8 67.7 53. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 44 52 61 75 80 102 114 20.5 42.0 34.4 59.

max K9-12.9 mm and 1.4 to 0.. Side circuit .6% Two layers of copper tapes PE Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2. The use of these cables for high voltage power installations is not permitted.3 35nF/km pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 1000V 5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -40∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 20 ı D cable Color coding Side circuit . 2 min.3 1.2mm 15. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.2 BDS 5052-90 and TU "ELKABEL" Application These cables are used for construction of inter city cable communication networks and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges..wire green b. where there is transfer of low frequency signals.wire red Bending radius.km 34 280 700 210 700 700 2000V 225V 0. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Screen Inner sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0. Inductive voltage 50 to 350 V and frequency 50Hz.COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR TZEmPBP . in areas with higher electro magnetic fields.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance min. approx.9 28.9 TZEmPBP . containing antimony of 0..1 à. min.wire blue T Z ≈Ï P B P Type codes telephone cable twisted into star quad copper tape screen protective PE sheath steel tape armour protective PE sheath Quad marking In each layer there is a quad with red supporting spiral from which the counting starts and a quad showing the direction of counting . wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Reduction factor. They are suitable for laying in ditches.2mm Paper string insulation. x4x0.2 à..85Ω/km 12 000 MΩ. no more than Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage 0.max E1-2 .max Test voltage 50Hz. x4x1. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 .wire white b.with yellow supporting spiral 358 ELKABEL . where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó.max K2-3. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted into layers Paper tapes of lead.

8 Outer diameter approx.8 2x0.1 34.x4x1.3 2x0.5 39.2 43.4 43.3 N ı mm 2x0. kg/km 1824 3027 3928 4503 5040 Construction data TZEmPBP.5 Copper weight kg/km 327 386 708 1041 1157 1439 1755 1918 2082 2467 Cable weight approx.8 Outer diameter approx.3 2x0.. mm 28.8 2x0. kg/km 1550 1692 2722 3604 3844 4446 5297 5598 5976 6815 ELKABEL 359 .3 2x0.3 27.0 49.3 N ı mm 2x0..2 Number and Number and thickNumber of quads thickness of copness of steel tapes per tapes N ı mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 2x0.2 2x0.8 2x0.3 2x0.0 Copper weight kg/km 392 778 1150 1360 1592 Cable weight approx.3 2x0.3 2x0.9 40.3 2x0.9 Number and Number and thickNumber of quads thickness of copness of steel tapes per tapes 7 14 24 30 37 N ı mm 2x0.3 2x0.3 2x0.8 2x0.3 48.8 2x0.8 2x0. mm 26.2 2x0.9 54.8 2x0.5 50..5 2x0.5 33.2 2x0.x4x0.Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● screen ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR Cable core construction Number of quads in the layers Number of quads 1 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 12 14 15 16 12 18 Construction data TZEmPBP.8 2x0..8 2x0.8 2x0.4 47.1 40.3 2x0.5 2x0.5 2x0.

9 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR FOR ENERGETICS BDS 5052-90 and TU "ELKABEL" Application These cables are used for construction of inter city cable communication networks and connection lines between automatic telephone exchanges.6% Two layers of copper tapes PE Bitumen and impregnated cable paper Two steel tapes PE low density with 2. Test voltage 50Hz.max. Inductive voltage 30 to 500 V and frequency 50Hz.max.. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 . 2 min. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.3 up to 14ı4ı0.4 to 0. wire-wire wire-sheath Operating voltage peak value Reduction factor. Type codes telephone cable twisted into star quad copper tape screen protective PE sheath steel tape armour protective PE sheath for energetics Side circuit ..9 mm .9 5∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -40∞C ‰Ó +70∞C 20 ı D cable Color coding Side circuit . containing antimony of 0.max. The cables are higher electric strength with low reduction factor for energetics.wire white b.TZEmPBPe . They are suitable for laying in ditches.1 over 19ı4ı0. K2-3.max. K9-12.km 34 nF/km 280 700 210 700 pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m pF/425m 700 4000V 225V 0.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance min.wire green Quad marking In each layer there is a quad with red supporting spiral from which the counting starts and a quad showing the direction of counting . Paper string insulation. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Cable core Wrapping Sheath Screen Inner sheath Pad Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.with yellow supporting spiral 360 ELKABEL .2 à.9 mm 28.3 Ω/km 12 000 MΩ.wire blue T Z ≈Ï P B P  Bending radius.1 à. in areas with higher electro magnetic fields. where there is transfer of low frequency signals. where there is less force of strain and inclined terrain less than 45Ó. E1-2 . min. approx. over which there is a paper tape 4 wires are twisted into a quad Quads are twisted into layers Paper tapes of lead.9 0. x4x0. no more than: 0.wire red Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage b.

3 30.4 43.x4x0.7 Cable weight approx..Paper band insulation ● quads stranded in layers ● lead sheath ● screen ● steel tape armour ● protective PE sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LONG DISTANCES WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR FOR ENERGETICS Cable core construction Number of quads in the layers Number of quads 1 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 37 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 6 9 10 6 8 9 10 6 12 14 15 16 12 18 Construction data TZEmPBPe.2 26.9 Number of quads Outer diameter approx.5 45. kg/km 1537 1663 2474 3205 3385 3825 4498 4698 4911 ELKABEL 361 .0 39.5 44.8 37.. mm 3 4 7 12 14 19 24 27 30 25.8 35.

0. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Unit marking Bare copper conductor diameter 0. approx. in cable ducts and conduit.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max.6 0. 2 min.7mm 65 49Ω/km 10GΩ. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. diameter Color coding Number of quad Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation polyethylene sheath 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue T P P 362 ELKABEL .5mm 150 95Ω/km 0..7 BDS 9096-83 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and PABX's for telephone purposes and for transmission of signals. These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in accordance with the appropriate safety precautions. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted..6 TPP . TPP . as well as for interior installations.5mm under the aluminum foil PE low density with 2. x2x0. wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value 0.7mm Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C laying and installing -50∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage 10 x cable Bending radius. thickness no less than 0. TPP .04mm. 0.4 mm . They are suitable for underground installations.5.4..with yellow supporting spiral.5mm. x2x0.6 and 0.4 0.. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz. x2x0. x2x0.km 48nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath 150V Cables with cores 0.6mm...5mm 220V Cables with cores 0.4 and 0... The units are stranded into a cable Several layers of plastic tapes aluminum tape.TPP . 0.7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit In each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral form at which the counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting . min. one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter of 0. Insulation resistance .min.

5 43.6 51. kg/km 51 73 117 157 249 324 452 642 811 1002 1177 1524 1902 2252 2621 2993 3703 4413 71 97 151 215 332 449 613 880 1141 1389 1640 2161 2718 3197 3720 4247 5258 6271 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 x2x0.1 22.1 22.0 56.4 45.6 61.5 30.7 22.7 69.3 Copper weight kg/km 36 57 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1371 1650 2197 2761 3300 3851 4401 5491 48 77 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 1865 2245 2990 3757 4491 5240 Cable weight approx.1 18.5 27.8 10.7 66.9 33.2 76.1 Copper weight kg/km 17 27 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 613 738 983 1235 1476 1722 1968 2454 2941 26 40 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 952 1146 1526 1918 2292 2674 3056 3813 4570 Cable weight approx.0 47.5 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 7.6 11.9 76.1 11.4 20. Number of pairs x2x0.Polyethylene insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 6 7 3 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data TPP.7 12.0 29.1 54.0 69.9 19.4 15.3 17.5 24.3 52.1 40.7 37.3 52.8 8.7 38.0 65..7 13.7 9.4 31.7 32.7 36.9 35.1 42.5 13.9 50.4 Outer diameter approx.6 49.3 10.4 8.2 15. mm 9.6 64.1 51.7 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 x2x0.7 26.6 Number of pairs Construction data TPP. Outer diameter approx.4 20.0 71..6 31.4 44.8 16.7 25.5 10..7 60..5 26.9 40. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0. kg/km 86 120 212 291 469 619 852 1252 1601 1980 2342 3094 3913 4607 5357 6111 7565 107 152 277 390 614 816 1150 1665 2165 2676 3222 4239 5286 6274 7297 ELKABEL 363 .9 40.2 64.4 47.9 16.

TPPP . These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in accordance with the appropriate safety precautions.4 mm .04mm.5% carbon black PE low density with 2.6mm.7mm Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C laying and installing -50∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage 10 x cable Bending radius. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.5mm 150 95Ω/km 0..with yellow supporting spiral.7mm 65 49Ω/km 10GΩ.7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit In each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral form at which the Counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting . wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value 0. 0.5mm under the aluminum foil PE low density with 2. 0. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Unit marking Bare copper conductor diameter 0..5mm. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.5.6 and 0.6 TPPP . They are suitable for installations in cable ducts. one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter of 0. min.ı2ı0. The units are stranded into a cable Several layers of plastic tapes aluminum tape.ı2ı0.TPPP .4. TPPP .6 0.5mm 220V Cables with cores 0...min. 0.. approx.km 48nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Protective sheath 150V Cables with cores 0. 2 min. Insulation resistance . x2x0. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.. thickness no less than 0.4 and 0.4 0..5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max.7 BDS 9096-83 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and PABX's for telephone purposes and for transmission of signals.. diameter Color coding Number of quad 1 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue T P P P Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation polyethylene sheath polyethylene protective sheath 2 3 4 5 364 ELKABEL . x2x0.

6 73.6 14.2 35.2 48.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath ● PE protective sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 6 7 3 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data TPPP Number of pairs x2x0.4 34.5 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 10.7 40.3 45.9 28.9 15.5 81.2 11.3 76.7 55.0 45. mm 11.0 15.5 29.3 20.8 43.3 41.1 59.0 36.0 61.0 34.9 73.8 52. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0.7 62.8 68.6 32.7 17.6 18.1 66.9 13.2 13.0 33.0 50.1 Copper weight kg/km 36 57 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1371 1650 2197 2761 3300 3851 4401 48 77 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 1865 2245 2990 3757 4491 5240 Cable weight approx.7 47.3 13.1 18.6 Number of pairs Construction data TPPP Outer diameter approx. kg/km 120 157 247 335 512 669 920 1363 1730 2135 2511 3300 4081 4888 5647 6446 145 194 326 438 663 867 1250 1811 2325 2873 3429 4450 5599 6663 7699 ELKABEL 365 .4 55.4 Outer diameter approx.2 23.3 68.8 22.2 12.7 38.6 58.3 18.3 48.3 70.8 21.9 43.1 26.5 21.1 28.5 Copper weight kg/km 17 27 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 613 738 983 1235 1476 1722 1968 2454 2941 26 40 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 952 1146 1526 1918 2292 2674 3056 3813 4570 Cable weight approx.6 12.7 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 x2x0.5 15.0 53.1 24.1 25.3 37.3 64.6 55.1 28. kg/km 79 108 155 200 288 370 499 718 884 1100 1268 1652 2035 2405 2767 3127 3932 4671 105 133 190 250 373 498 669 951 1225 1506 1774 2292 2866 3377 3884 4416 5553 6587 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 x2x0.8 24.5 11.1 51.

2 min. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.6 TPPV .. min. They are suitable for laying in collectors.6 and 0.ı2ı0.7mm Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage Bending radius.TPPV . with higher mechanical load.04mm..5. 0. TPPV .5mm 95Ω/km 150 0. 0.6mm. x2x0.color gray Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max. approx.6 0.. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value cables with cores 0. one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter of 0..4 mm .5mm under the aluminum foil PE low density with 2.4.5mm cables with cores 0..4 and 0.7mm 49Ω/km 65 48nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V 150V 220V +4∞C ‰Ó +60∞C -30∞C ‰Ó +60∞C 10 x cable diameter Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Protective sheath Color coding Number of quad T P P V Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation polyethylene sheath protective sheath of polyvinylchloride 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 366 ELKABEL . 0.. x2x0.ı2ı0.7 BDS 9096-83 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and PABX's for telephone purposes and for transmission of signals.5mm.7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit In each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral form at which the counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting . thickness no less than 0.. 0.5% carbon black PVC plastic .with yellow supporting spiral. The units are stranded into a cable Several layers of plastic tapes aluminum tape.4 0.. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted. Cable construction Conductor nsulation Quad Units Unit marking Bare copper conductor diameter 0. TPPV .

9 15.6 Construction data TPPV.7 38.9 28.7 47.7 40.2 12.1 24.3 68.8 52.7 55.3 45.6 58..8 68.1 51..4 Outer diameter approx.8 24.0 34.2 13.3 76.8 21.9 43. kg/km 99 132 182 232 325 413 547 779 948 1176 1349 1757 2156 2546 2918 3295 4145 4919 128 158 219 282 414 546 723 1015 1298 1597 1877 2412 3013 3545 4066 4622 5820 6890 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 x2x0.2 48.6 48 14.0 36.Polyethylene insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath ● polyvinylchloride protective sheath COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 6 7 3 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data TPPV.0 50.7 17.5 Copper weight kg/km 17 27 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 613 738 983 1235 1476 1722 1968 2454 2941 26 40 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 952 1146 1526 1918 2292 2674 3056 3813 4570 Cable weight approx.0 45.3 70.0 33.0 53.3 64.0 61. kg/km 144 185 280 373 561 724 983 1450 1830 2257 2650 3472 4281 5128 5916 6749 223 367 484 718 930 1331 1917 2453 3029 3614 4676 5878 6986 8058 ELKABEL 367 .5 29.4 55.76 12.6 55.1 26.1 Copper weight kg/km 36 57 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1371 1650 2197 2761 3300 3851 4401 171 77 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 1865 2245 2990 3757 4491 5240 Cable weight approx.8 22. mm 11.. Number of pairs x2x0.9 73.9 13.5 21.1 28.1 59.3 41.2 35.2 23.1 28.6 73. Number of pairs Outer diameter approx.8 13.5 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 10.6 18.1 18.3 18.1 25.5 81.1 11.7 62.0 15.6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 x2x0.5 15.4 34..3 48.3 37.8 43.5 11.6 32.3 20.1 66. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0.

5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter 0. Cables are suitable for laying in all types grounds.min. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.5. 2 min. x2x0.4.6 and 0..7mm Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max 65 49Ω/km 10GΩ.7 BDS 9096-83 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and PABX's for telephone purposes and for transmission of signals. TPPBP ..04mm. TPPBP .5mm 150V 220V cables with cores 0.ı2ı0.4 0. 48nF/km Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: 980pF/500m K1 100% of all values 420pF/500m 95% of all values 800pF/500m K9-K12 100% of all values 200pF/m 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz. wire-wire 500V wire-screen 2000V Operating voltage peak value cables with cores 0.4 mm.km Insulation resistance .7mm Temperature range laying and installing -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage -50∞C ‰Ó +60∞C 10 x cable Bending radius. thickness no less than 0.5mm.. min. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.6 0. 0.ı2ı0.TPPBP . Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Unit marking Bare copper conductor diameter 0..3mm PE low density with 2. approx. The units are stranded into a cable Several layers of plastic tapes aluminum tape. x2x0..5mm under the aluminum foil PE low density with 2.6mm and 0.5% carbon black Two steel tapes ....7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit In each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral form at which the counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting .with yellow supporting spiral.4 and 0. one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter of 0. 0.6 TPPBP .thickness 0. diameter Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Armour Protective sheath Color coding Number of quad T P P B P Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation polyethylene sheath steel tape armour PE protective sheath 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 368 ELKABEL .5mm Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max 150 95Ω/km Conductor diameter 0.

1 35.7 38..4 76.5 19.6 55.7 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 x2x0.3 12.2 27.2 13.2 68.7 42.7 47.4 31. mm 13..Polyethylene insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath ● armour ● PE protective sheath Cable core construction Number of pairs 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 Number of quads 3-quads 1 2 3 5 1 3 5ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS 6 7 3 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data TPPBP.2 50.1 14.0 71.4 41.0 62. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0.6 17.1 34.6 Construction data TPPBP.2 57.6 13.2 30.2 40.1 17. Number of pairs x2x0.4 23.5 31.8 53.5 Copper weight kg/km 17 27 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 613 738 983 1235 1476 1722 1968 2454 2941 26 40 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 952 1146 1526 1918 2292 2674 3056 3813 4570 Cable weight approx.9 20..4 49.4 59.6 37.2 51.4 46.8 23.4 58.5 36.7 16.5 67.7 46.4 Outer diameter approx.6 65.5 Copper weight kg/km 36 57 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1371 1650 2197 2761 3300 3851 4401 48 77 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 1865 2245 2990 3757 4491 Cable weight approx.9 76.4 63.9 43.5 71.8 24.. Number of pairs Outer diameter approx.6 14.1 15. kg/km 176 229 289 359 493 604 766 1061 1257 1533 1718 2482 2620 3044 3441 3828 4735 5568 221 263 345 423 594 764 967 1324 1652 1991 2290 2877 3517 4079 4633 5202 6472 7588 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 x2x0.4 19.9 26.5 46.9 28.0 14.3 27.8 73.5 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 11.2 79.9 21.9 56.4 30.7 15.7 39.8 24.4 52. kg/km 241 277 422 545 784 985 1288 1840 2238 2722 3146 4009 4820 5745 6569 7366 277 352 545 697 981 1223 1700 2343 2926 3549 4159 5138 6554 7695 ELKABEL 369 .7 54.1 20.

Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Wrapping Screen Bare copper conductor diameter 0.5.4 and 0.. 4 . These cables are suitable for laying in ditches. approx.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20oC-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20oC-max Insulation resistance .cables with D above sheath > 37mm 0.6 and 0. .5mm 150 95Ω/km 0.7mm PE low density 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit The units are stranded into a cable Several layers of plastic tapes aluminum tape. TPPBPe. 2 min.6mm and 0. one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter of 0. x 2 x 0 .5% carbon black Several layers of aluminum tapes thickness 0. 0. wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value 0. x2x0.cables with D above sheath over 0.T P P B P e . . The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.5 . .km 48nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V Sheath Additional screen Armour Protective sheath Color coding Number of quad 1 2 3 4 5 Unit marking Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 150V Cables with cores 0.4 mm.5mm PE low density with 2. . thickness no less than 0.. min. at: Inductive voltage from 40 to 350 V/km.7mm 220V Reduction factor. T P P B P e . x2x0.04mm.4 Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C laying and installing -50∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage Bending radius. 0. 15 x cable diameter In each layer there is a unit with red supporting spiral from which the counting starts and a unit showing the direction of counting .with yellow supporting spiral T P P B P Â Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation polyethylene sheath steel tape armor PE protective sheath areas with higher electromagnetic influences 370 ELKABEL . and frequency 50Hz no more than: .6 0.5mm Cables with cores 0.4 0.5mm under the aluminum foil PE low density with 2.. x 2 x 0 .2mm Two galvanized steel tapes thickness 0. in areas with high electromagnetic influences.7 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals.7mm 65 49Ω/km 10GΩ. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom. in all types of grounds.cable with D above sheath up to 16mm . 6 BDS 9096-83 TPPBPe. .6 16mm to 37mm 0.min..5mm.

5 25.1 22.5 45.5 32.9 41.3 23.6 23.6 15.7 39.0 25.5 35.1 Copper weight kg/km 51 74 127 174 250 374 494 738 78 115 196 269 387 580 766 1146 111 164 281 387 557 834 1102 1650 150 222 381 526 757 1134 1500 2245 x2x0.3 36.3 32.0 62..3 25.3 17.1 30.7 12.8 40.3 44.5 13.3 26.1 22.5 19.4 Diameter over sheath mm 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 10.4 28..9 23.9 31.7 13.4 20.2 54.9 27.3 30.7 34.9 19.Polyethylene insulation ● unit stranding ● laminated sheath ● screen ● armour ● PE protective sheath Cable core construction Number of pairs 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 Number of quads 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 150 5ı4 1-st layer 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS WITH LOW REDUCTION FACTOR 6 7 3 4 1 5 Construction data TPPBPÂ.4 34.3 30.5 17.2 31.7 20.3 18.9 Outer diameter approx. Number of pairs x2x0.3 23.5 11.3 42.7 36.1 45.7 24.1 35.3 53.0 39.3 26. kg/km 17.4 50.7 ELKABEL 371 .7 16.1 22.3 20.2 43.5 x2x0.3 15.7 27.8 28.8 20.7 34.6 30.3 15.6 x2x0.

4 and 0. The filling of petrol jelly does not permit moisture penetration into the cable core. 0. They are suitable for laying in cable pipes and conduits. approx.7 FN KI 05 001-96 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals.. These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in accordance with the appropriate safety precautions. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted. 10 ı cable diameter Color coding Number of quad T P J P Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation petroleum jelly filling polyethylene sheath 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 372 ELKABEL . ı2ı0.min.5mm.15mm..5mm 150 95Ω/km 0. TPJP. x2x0.km 55nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V 150V cables with cores 0.TPJP.7mm 220V Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C laying and installing -40∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage Bending radius.. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95%of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.6 0. wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value 0. according to VDE 0207 part 2.7mm 65 49Ω/km 5GΩ.4. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Filling Wrapping Screen Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0. TPJP.6 and 0. 2 min. x2x0. coated with copolymer on both sides PE low density with 2.4 0.5mm cables with cores 0.. min...6 TPJP. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.6mm and 0.. 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit The units are stranded into a cable Petroleum jelly Minimum one layer of paper tape aluminum tape. 0. ı2ı0.4 mm.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance . thickness 0.5..7mm PE insulation type 2YI2.

5 62.3 57.2 18. COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer Number of units 25ı4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 50x4 1-st layer 2-nd layer 6 7 3 4 1 5 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 Construction data TPJP.0 67.0 21.0 76.7 25.3 73.5 12.4 Outer diameter approx.9 26.8 48.2 16.4 50.6 78.9 56.7 30.5 17.6 35.7 12.6 Number of pairs Construction data TPJP.9 16.8 21. Number of pairs x2x0.8 36.4 42. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 x2x0.0 67.9 58.5 45.0 Copper weight kg/km 15 24 49 73 126 174 252 380 504 724 965 1212 1449 1692 1934 2413 2893 23 37 75 113 196 271 392 592 784 1131 1508 1894 2260 2644 3022 3773 Cable weight approx.4 36.8 9. kg/km 122 165 292 402 638 851 1187 1656 2170 3225 4267 5283 6287 7298 8311 149 210 362 522 816 1087 1527 2193 2874 4311 5654 7012 8388 10211 ELKABEL 373 .6 9.1 69..0 25.1 81.0 30..1 42. kg/km 77 99 159 222 336 449 604 867 1124 1570 2054 2514 2997 3480 3931 4923 5856 98 129 223 306 480 632 864 1264 1630 2320 3047 3772 4554 5210 5937 7373 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 x2x0.5 41.5 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 8.9 64.9 15.3 74.2 10.7 27.0 48.2 30..7 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 700 x2x0.4 19.3 43.9 54.5 30.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● jelly filling ● laminated sheath.2 18.8 63.0 22. Outer diameter approx.7 79.9 Copper weight kg/km 32 54 108 163 282 390 564 818 1085 1628 2170 2727 3261 3806 4351 44 72 148 222 384 532 768 1114 1476 2215 2953 3710 4437 5240 Cable weight approx. mm 10.5 11.0 56.3 11.5 42.6 36.9 22.4 13.5 52.4 12.5 65.

km 55nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V 150V cables with cores 0. approx.5mm cables with cores 0. min.6 and 0.5mm. x2x0. They are suitable for laying in conduits in all types of grounds.TPJPBP .5% carbon black 2 steel tapes. according to VDE 0207 part 2. coated with copolymer on both sides PE low density with 2. 2 min.5mm 150 95Ω/km 0. x2x0. x2x0... 4 wires are twisted into a quad 5 quads are twisted to a basic unit The units are stranded into a cable Petroleum jelly Minimum one layer of paper tape aluminum tape. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Filling Wrapping Screen Sheath Armour Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.5.4.7 FN KI 05 001-96 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals. TPJPBP . thickness 0.3mm PE low density with 2.. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted..6mm and 0. TPJPBP .min.. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-nom.7mm 220V Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C laying and installing -40∞C ‰Ó +60∞C exploitation and storage Bending radius. 0. thickness of 0. The filling of petrol jelly does not permit moisture penetration into the cable core.. x2x0..7mm 65 49Ω/km 5GΩ.6 TPJPBP . wire-wire wire-screen Operating voltage peak value 0.5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Insulation resistance .15mm.4 and 0. 0.4 0.4 mm.6 0.. Capacity unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz.7mm PE insulation type 2YI2. 10 ı cable diameter Color coding Number of quad T P J P B P Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation petroleum jelly filling polyethylene sheath steel tape armour PE protective sheath 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 374 ELKABEL .

6 17.0 35.6 15.8 41.9 17.0 36.3 15.3 30.3 32.7 22.. 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer 25ı4 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS 6 7 1 3 4 Construction data TPJPBP.2 26.6 x2x0. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 12. kg/km 231 263 366 442 615 748 980 1332 1713 250 312 443 568 842 1015 1311 1856 2375 303 350 574 716 1056 1361 1762 350 451 685 931 1583 1699 2302 x2x0.1 19.5 26.5 35..5 x2x0.8 13.4 26. Number of pairs s Outer diameter approx.1 14.7 31.4 27.4 20.0 42.5 17.7 ELKABEL 375 .1 20.7 35.6 30.6 13.8 24.4 16.5 Copper weight kg/km 15 24 49 73 126 174 252 380 504 23 37 75 113 196 271 392 592 784 32 54 108 163 282 390 564 44 72 148 222 384 532 768 Cable weight approx.6 22.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● petrol filling ● laminated sheath ● armour ● protective PE sheath Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 Number of units 5ı4 1-st layer 3-quads.6 22.2 14.

T P J P P . 0.based jelly minimum of 1 layer of paper tape.5% carbon black PE low density with 2. Insulation resistance min. 0.ı2ı0.7mm 65 49Ω/km 5GΩ.5.4 and 0. x2x0.. 4 .6 0. each 4 wires are twisted to a quad 5 quads laid up to a basic unit the units are stranded into a compact cable petroleum . Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max..7mm Polyethylene insulation type 2YI2 according to VDE 0207 part 2.7 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS Application These cables are used as connecting cables in local networks and in PABX's for telephone purposes and for the transmission of signals.km 55nF/km 980pF/500m 420pF/500m 800pF/500m 200pF/m 500V 2000V 150V cables with cores 0. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz: K1 100% of all values 95% of all values K9-K12 100% of all values 90% of all values Test voltage 50Hz. . TPJPP . T P J P P . 6 FN KI 05 001-96 TPJPP . . diameter Color coding Number of quad T P J P P Type codes telephone cable polyethylene insulation petroleum jelly filling polyethylene sheath polyethylene protective sheath 1 2 3 4 5 Side-circuit -1 a-wire white yellow gray brown black b-wire red red red red red Side-circuit -2 a-wire green green green green green b-wire blue blue blue blue blue 376 ELKABEL . ı 2 ı 0 .4 mm .6 and 0. x 2 x 0 .. of aluminum tape .5mm 150 95Ω/km 0.screen Operating voltage peak value 0. 0.4 0. . wire-wire wire .5mm cables with cores 0. thickness 0. The use of these cables for power installations is not permitted.6mm..5% carbon black Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C-max. coated with copolymer on both sides PE low density with 2.15mm. 2 min. . These cables may only be used in locations with fire and explosion hazards in conjunction with the appropriate safety precautions Cable construction Conductor Insulation Quad Units Cable core Filing Wrapping Screen Sheath Protective sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.5mm. in cable ducts and conduit.7mm 220V Temperature range -10∞C ‰Ó +60∞C mobile -40∞C ‰Ó +60∞C fixed 10 x cable Minimum bending radius approx. They are suitable for underground installation. The filling of petro jelly does not permit moisture penetration into the cable core.

7 13.2 22.5 15.6 24.8 24.0 19.3 15.0 33.4 External diameter approx.0 20.7 ELKABEL 377 . 1 2 3 5 1 3 2-nd layer 25ı4 COMMUNICATION CABLES FOR LOCAL NETWORKS 6 7 1 3 4 Cable construction TPJPP.0 20.8 25. kg/km 120 143 220 280 408 528 699 1223 1264 141 178 282 375 567 727 972 1405 1810 170 220 364 482 737 964 1326 201 271 440 616 931 1227 1703 x2x0.3 20.5 33.7 29. Number of pairs x2x0.8 39.6 39. mm 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 11..7 19.1 14..6 x2x0.7 24.6 12.7 18.5 28.5 x2x0.5 29.3 Copper weight kg/km 15 24 49 73 126 174 252 380 504 23 37 75 113 196 271 392 592 784 32 54 108 163 282 390 564 44 72 148 222 384 532 768 Cable weight approx.0 13.4 14.2 15.3 33.2 16.4 12.8 33.PE insulation ● unit stranding ● filling ● laminated sheath ● protective PE Cable core construction Number of pairs 6 10 20 30 50 70 100 150 200 Number of quads 3 5 10 15 25 35 50 75 100 Number of units 5ı4 1-st layer 3-÷åòâ.8 28.

75mm2 class 4 Solid PE insulation.km Mutual capacitance -max...MΩ. according to BDS 10086-82 Two parallel laid cores with differ ent color are covered with sheath of PVC.. V Temperature range During exploitation and storage Type codes PPVRwire PE insulation PVC sheath for radio communication N ı mm Construction data Outer diameter mm ı mm 2x0.30 52 200 55 250 1000 -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C Color coding Two cores with different color Test voltage 50Hz.max. 1 min. 0. according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor construction Circuit resistance at 20∞C . V 11ı0.5 ı 6. pF/m Nominal voltage.PPVR RADIO TRANSMISSION WIRE PE insulation ● PVC sheath ON 75713-83 Application These wires are intended for maintenance and construction of radio relay system networks. colored black type P-1. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Copper stranded cores. Ω/km Insulation resistance min.9 Copper weight kg/km 15 Cable weight kg/km 34 378 ELKABEL .75mm2 3.

. color black type P-1.PPVAR PE insulation ● PVC sheath ON 75713-83 RADIO TRANSMISSION WIRE Application These wires are intended for maintenance and construction of radio relay system networks. according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor construction Circuit resistance at 20∞C . 2 min. V Test voltage 50Hz.max. V 7ı0.25 170 100 80 100 500 -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C Color coding Two cores with different color PPV¿RType codes wire PE insulation PVC sheath subscriber loop for radio communication Temperature range During exploitation and storage Construction data N ı mm Outer diameter mm ı mm 2x0.35mm2 4. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Copper stranded cores.km Mutual capacitance -max.35mm2 class 4 Solid PE insulation...MΩ. pF/m Nominal voltage. according to BDS 10086-82 Two parallel laid cores with different color are covered with sheath of PVC. Ω/km nsulation resistance min.3 Copper weight kg/km 7 Cable weight kg/km 26 ELKABEL 379 . 0.

diameter 0. 0.90 11.9 3.60 7.6 .8 1.50 5.PMVSUR x0...2 1.0 1.50 1.quads tinned copper conductor.50 11 18 6.8 36.km Nominal voltage.4 0.4 2x0. mm ı mm PMVSUR 2x0..60 4.65 2.6 1.10 7..5 2x0.4 .5 1x0.PMVSUR x0.8mm PVC insulation class 1. 0.6.5 3x0. 1 min.8 1.30 5. 3 ı.. as well as processing information systems. These cables are not to be used for high power installation systems.6 3x0.pairs . 0.6 300 660 2500 Color coding PMVSUR 2 ı.8 PMVS 0. V 0. MΩ . wire ‡-white wire ‡-white wire ‡-white wire b-brown wire b-brown wire b-brown wire Ò-green wire Ò-green wire d-yellow PMVS 1 ı.8 3x0.20 1. kg/km 3.6 1x0.9 2. Maximum allowed heat temperature of the conductors is +70∞C. V Test alternating voltage.4 1x0.80 2.20 3.00 7. mm Conductor resistance at 20∞C .00 PM V S U R Type codes wire installation PVC insulation for communication systems stranded for coupling 380 ELKABEL .30 3. Cable construction Conductor Insulation PMVS PMVSUR .60 7.. white brown green yellow gray blue red N x mm Construction data Outer diameter approx.6 4x0.70 11 18.90 13. 0.4 4x0.8 INSTALLATION WIRES FOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS BDS 11292-87 Tinned copper conductor ● PVC insulation ● single or stranded Application Installation cables are with copper tinned conductors and PVC insulation.. according to BDS 5792-84 1 wire 2 wires are twisted into a pair 3 wires are twisted into a triple 4 wires twisted into a quad Technical data Conductor diameter.4 144 300 380 1500 0.Ω/km Insulation resistance min. PMVSUR x0.6 3.4 2.2 2.4.PMVSUR x0. 0.triples .4 Copper weight kg/km 2. 4 ı.7 2.80 5.5.5mm.5 .5 4x0.70 9.8 PMVS 1x0..0 2.max.6 2x0.60 4.80 3.8 4x0.80 5.4 mm .82 2.60 Wire weight approx.50 1.70 11 15 24.6 mm and 0.. Cables are intended for indoor electrical installation of communication equipment and installation systems of electrical constructive groups and equipment.4 3x0.8 0.9 1.70 6.5 92 300 380 1500 0..6 64 300 660 2500 0.

max. V Tested voltage. max. idle time in water with temperature of 20 5 should withstand alternating current with frequency of 50Hz for a period of 3 min..km Rated operating voltage with frequency 50Hz.4 Copper weight kg/km 3.. min.5 PE insulation ● PVC sheath BDS 5627-80 TELEPHONE WIRE Application The telephone cable PTPV is used for connecting telephones and loudspeakers to terminal equipments of city and local telephone and radio relay system lines. applied between each wire and water. kg/km 22 2x0. mm ı mm 4.PTPV 2x0.5mm Solid PE insulation according to BDS 10086-82 Over 2 parallel laid cores with dif ferent colors. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0.6 Cable weight approx. ı mm Outer diameter approx..5 ELKABEL 381 . there is unified sheath of polyvinylchloride. for indoor and outdoor laying. V: Cable insulation after 30min. and between both wires Temperature range During exploitation and storage 0. gray type P-1 according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C . Ω/km Insulation resistance after 3 hour idle time in water with temperature 20+/. black. MΩ. and between both cores.5 measured between each core and water. colorwhite.5mm 95 200 100 Color coding Two different colored cores Type codes PT P V wire telephone PE insulation PVC sheath 500 -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C Construction data No.

7 3.8 6.single-wire.2 3. white/blue 3 white/black/greena 4 white/yellow/black/green 5 white/yellow/black/green/gray Minimum bending radius approx. : Operating voltage peak value Temperature range mobile fixed 0.8 7.white .gray .9 1.4 8.5/0.9 1 2 3 4 5 0.9 2.4 / 0.8 1.0 2.black 2 white/brown.3 4.5 1.3 4.multi-wire.8 x 0. The operating voltages of the cables are 500 V.tinned copper conductor Y . blue .km 1200V 500V -30∞C ‰Ó +50∞C -5∞C ‰Ó +60∞C 10 x cable diameter Color coding Number Wire color of wires 1 brown . part4 the wires are stranded into pairs. and 0.5 92.6 Type codes V . mm Cond.4 5.4/0.4 Copper weight kg/km 1.2 95.2 11. Test voltage 50Hz. yellow.1 2.6 3.insulating cover of PVC 382 ELKABEL .0 8. kg/km 1.0 9.5mm PVC insulation typeYI3 according to VDE 0207. triples.2 7.5 / 0.5mm PVC insulating cover. Construction data Number of wires External diameter approx mm ı mm YV x 0. Ω/km .4 and 0.8 1.2 4. white/green.2 2.8 1 2 3 4 5 YV x 0.4.9 According to VDE 0812 PVC insulation ● wires stranded Application The jumper wire is used for wiring telephone and signal distributors. resistance at 20∞C max Ω/km .JUMPER WIRE YV YV x 0.7 1. quads and quintuples Technical data Conductor diameter. Tinned copper conductor with a diameter of 0.0 200MΩ . 1 min.5 5. Cable construiction Conductor Insulation Cable core solid tinned copper conductor diameter : 0.4 144 148 0. green.red.7 Cable weight approx.6 1.2 0.9 2. Insulation resistance min.

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5mm 95Ω 500MΩ. Test voltage 50Hz.5 According to FN KI 05 002-96 and BDS 11509-79 INSTALLATION CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Application These cables are used for installation of equipment of telephone stations.The units are counted succes.Colors sively commencing at the outside and counting bwires inwards in the same manner throught all layers 1 2 3 4 5 51 52 53 54 55 6 7 8 9 10 56 57 58 59 60 11 12 13 14 15 61 62 63 64 65 16 17 18 19 20 66 67 68 69 70 21 22 23 24 25 71 72 73 74 75 26 27 28 29 30 76 77 78 79 80 31 32 33 34 35 81 82 83 84 85 36 37 38 39 40 86 87 88 89 90 41 42 43 44 45 46 blue 47 yellow 48 green 49 brown 50 black blue yellow green brown black 1000V Temperature range laying and installing exploitation and storage -5∞C ‰Ó+50∞C -20∞C ‰Ó+70∞C 91 96 92 97 93 98 94 99 95 100 Bending radius.max.5.TSV/¿/V ı2ı0.5mm PVC insulation class 1.pairs . Insulation resistance . They are suitable for fixed indoor installation and for external walls of buildings. 0. Mutual capacitance at 800Hz-max.4.max.km 120nF/km 50pF/100m Color coding Number of units.4 150 0.5 mm PVC class 2 according to BDS 5792-84 Color gray Technical data Conductor diameter Conductor resistance at 20∞C .5 ı cable diameter Identification of the a-wire for the first unit (counting unit) is red in each layer . When the units are triples. The use of these cables for power installations and underground installation is not permitted. The screen of metal foil protects the cable from external electrical interferences.4 TSV/¿/V ı2ı0. Capacitance unbalances at 800Hz K1. TSV/¿/V ı3ı0. 1 min. and white for all other units . min. approx.4 mm and 0.triples Cable core Wrapping Screen Sheath Bare copper conductor diameter 0. 7.min. Cable construction Conductor Insulation Units . TSV/¿/V x3ı0. according to BDS 5792-84 2 wires are twisted to a pair 3 wires are twisted to a triple the units are stranded into layers of plastic tape of aluminum tape one side coated with copolymer and 1 tinned copper wire with diameter 0.the colour for a c-wire is turquoise TSV(A) Type codes telephone cable installation cable insulation or sheath of PVC static screen of aluminium tapes 384 ELKABEL .

60 13 15.3 15.6 9.1 10.3 4.50 38 41.9 9.50 12.2 6.6 6.1 14.3 9.50 56.90 32 36.9 Copper weight kg/km 3.80 42.3 12.4 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 15 16 18 20 22 24 25 30 40 50 52 60 80 100 x2x0.PVC insulation ● pairs (triples) stranded in layers ● sheath of PVC INSTALLATION CABLES FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Cable core construction Number of pairs (triples) Number of pairs (triples) in layers Number of pairs (triples) Cable core construction Number of pairs (triples) in layers 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 2 3 5 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 1 1 4 4 1 4 2 2 6 7 8 8 8 10 6 7 10 10 6 10 8 3 13 13 13 14 15 16 11 13 15 16 12 16 14 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 15 16 18 7 8 9 9 10 11 6 11 20 21 22 24 25 30 35 40 50 52 60 80 100 17 19 21 22 18 22 20 23 28 25 31 Construction data TSV/A/V Number of pairs Outer diameter mm x2x0.30 74 78 83 97 103 114 118.30 92 98 104.6 16.6 14.6 11.1 10.5 9.1 11.20 112 146 185 192 217.50 23.5 9.4 5.2 6.9 Copper weight kg/km 75 82 89 92.6 7.2 10.5 13.8 12.10 47.8 8.0 12.80 128 137 141 162 217 258 266.20 30.9 8.30 60.8 18.50 60 70 77.5 10.50 45.60 45.0 15.20 67 Cable weight kg/km 15.4 8.8 6.8 13.8 6.3 11 12.60 50 57 61.9 4.1 9.5 9.30 128 131.7 11.20 299 380 479 24.35 20 25 28 30 37 39.50 290 368 18 21 35 38 52 55 62 69 73 76 83 86 121 27 34 55 62 82 88 97 110 117 122 130 135 190 Cable weight kg/km 156 165.2 7.4 5 6 10 11 15 16 18 20 21 22 24 25 35 x3x0.0 20.5 19.30 11 19.30 53 58 60.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 15 16 18 4.7 7.3 8.7 10.1 11.1 15.3 8.9 14.30 10.1 4.30 48.5 11.1 7.7 10.4 5.7 9.5 8.5 9.20 180 185 212 286 341 353 401 533 640 56 64 87 92 118 124 133 146 152 158 166 175 148 69 89 115 128 155 165 178 195 216 224 225 235 335 ELKABEL 385 .8 10.5 8.10 72 96 119 124 143 190 237 4.7 7.6 7.8 6.5 7.50 37 43.2 8.3 10.4 12.5 5.5 5.9 7.9 8.2 9.0 16.50 143 20 22 24 25 30 40 50 52 60 80 100 x3x0.3 11.3 10.5 5 6 10 11 15 16 18 20 21 22 24 25 35 Construction data TSV/A/V Number of pairs Outer diameter mm 10.9 11.

machines.4 66 106. apparatus and other.5 mm2 to 4 mm2 Test voltage AC.8 6.4 18.75 3ı1.6 41. Rated 2voltage 2 to 1 mm 0.PVU-¿1 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Cu conductors ● PVC insulation Uo/U . class 1 (IEC 60228) PVC compound.3 4.35 2ı0. 50 Hz: 2 0.8 5.5 4. brown Without yellow/green Blue.0 5.2 13.black .35 mm 1. outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.5 3ı4.5 3ı2.0 3ı1.50 2ı0.2 4.0 4.0 PVU-¿1 450/750V 3ı0. For fixed Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 4305-90 copper wires according to BDS 904-84.5 22 28 39 49 75 115 157 4.50 3ı0.4 11 13. max.300/500 V.6 5.35 mm to 1 mm2 1.6 9. cable weight kg/km 386 ELKABEL .8 20. gray Construction data PVU-¿1 300/500V 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 PVU-¿1 300/500V 2ı0.2 6.450/750 V BDS 4305-90 Applications Installation in lighting installations. brown brown . type I-2 according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor.6 44 71 16 19 24 31 45 70 100 Approx. power and distribution systems.5 8. blue .35 3ı0.0 4.75 2ı1.1 27.2 7.4 27.8 7. Uo/U .5 2ı4.5 mm2 to 4 mm2 Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius Fixed installation Testing Flame test according to BDS 904-84 class1 70oC Uo/U 300/500 V Uo/U 450/750 V 2000 V 2500 V .5 2ı2.0 2ı1.0 7.25 C to + 50oC o Insulation Insulated cores are twisted 6 x cable diameter BDS 4305-90 BDS IEC 332-1 Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core With yellow/green yellow/green .

outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.1 6. machines.75 2ı1.5 18 25 29 44 68 100 23 28 39 49 75 115 157 Approx. type I-2 according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor. gray Construction data PVU-¿2 300/500V 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 PVU-¿2 300/500V 2ı0.25 C to + 50oC o Insulation Insulated cores are twisted 4 x cable diameter BDS 4305-90 BDS IEC 332-1 Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core With yellow/green yellow/green .2 5.50 3ı0.300/500 V.50 2ı0.0 3ı1.6 6.35 mm to 1 mm2 1. brown Without yellow/green black .6 41. Rated 2voltage 2 0.5 4. black.5 4.0 PVU-A2 450/750V 3ı0. apparatus and other.3 8.5 mm2 to 4 mm2 Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius fixed installation Testing Flame test according to BDS 904-84 class 5 70oC Uo/U 300/500 V Uo/U 450/750 V 2000 V 2500 V . brown Brown.7 7. cable weight kg/km ELKABEL 387 .2 7.Uo/U .9 5.9 9. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 4305-90 copper wires according to BDS 904-84.35 2ı0. blue .5 mm2 to 4 mm2 Test voltage AC.1 7 9.35 mm to 1 mm 1.75 3ı1.5 2ı2.4 4. class 5 (IEC 60228) PVC compound.2 15 19.5 3ı4. max.5 2ı4. Uo/U .4 66 107 15.450/750 V BDS 4305-90 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation PVU-¿2 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Applications For fixed installation in lighting installations. power and distribution systems.2 28 48 76 10 14 20.5 27.1 4.0 4.0 2ı1.8 5. 50 Hz: 2 0.5 3ı2.35 3ı0.

black. brown .5 mm to 1 mm22 2 1. gray yellow/green*.0. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 4305-90 copper wires according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) class 1 . black.5 2ı4. blue .4 22.300/500 V.7 20.50 2ı0.5 19 35 48 55 Approx. brown . apparatus and other.6 9. cable weight kg/km 388 ELKABEL .5 2ı2. gray Construction data PVV-¿3 300/500V 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 PVV-¿3 300/500V 2ı0. white Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor. type P-1 according to BDS 5792-84 black. brown . max.450/750 V BDS 4305-90 Applications For fixed installation in lighting installations. blue . gray Without yellow/green blue.7 16. gray blue*.75 2ı1.5 mm2 to 10mm2 class 2 . type I-2 according to BDS 5792-84 PVC compound. gray black . Uo/U . brown yellow/green . outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.9 11. brown . black.0 2ı10 2ı16 2ı25 2ı35 7.1 9 13.black . 50 Hz: 2 0. gray yellow/green . brown brown. blue . brown.5 mm 1. black . gray blue.25oC to + 50oC 6 x cable diameter BDS 4305-90 BDS IEC 332-1 Insulation Sheath Color Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 4 core with reduction core 5 core * reduction core With yellow/green yellow/green .3 13.0 2ı6.4 8. machines.5 mm to 35 mm Temperature range Bending radius up to fixed installation Testing Flame test according to BDS 904-84 class 1 or 2 70oC Uo/U 300/500 V Uo/U 450/750 V 2000 V 2500 V . Rated2 voltage 2 to 1 mm 0. power and distribution systems. black.16 mm2 to 35 mm2 PVC compound. gray.black .PVV-¿3 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Uo/U . brown.5 5.5 mm2 to 35 mm2 Test voltage AC.7 28 44 71 110 176 280 440 610 78 112 190 222 320 436 661 856 5.0 PVV-¿3 450/750V 2ı1.8 6.

0 3ı6.5 4ı2.Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Construction data PVV-¿3 300/500V 450/750V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 PVV-¿3 300/500V 3ı0.6 6.5 18 27 37 62 78 90 8.5 10.5 3ı2.4 11.9 14 21 28 50 60 72 Approx.0 22 34 74 92 9 10.75 3ı1.0 4ı6.9 13.0 PVV-¿3 450/750V 3ı1.2 6. outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.7 41 66 107 165 264 425 660 927 108 152 210 298 442 642 957 1275 6.2 23 26.50 3ı0.4 14.75 7.0 3ı10 3ı16 3ı25 3ı35 PVV-¿3 300/500V 4ı0.2 24. cable weight kg/km ELKABEL 389 .5 3ı4.6 8.3 9.2 7.2 22.75 4ı1.9 12.0 PVV-¿3 450/750V 4ı1.3 20 24 27.0 4ı10 4ı16 4ı25 4ı35 3ı25+16 3ı35+25 PVV-¿3 300/500V 5ı0.50 4ı0.5 55 89 142 218 358 580 880 1236 809 1130 132 190 250 351 580 890 1235 1683 1150 1550 6.8 7.9 18.5 4ı4.50 5ı0.5 16.

blue .9 ı 10.5 Outer dimensions approx.5 2x2. mm 3.0 3x1.0 3. black .6 6.4 ı 22.2 5.2 ı 13. brown.6 ı 27. brown yellow/green .6 ı 19. gray blue.9 6. brown .0 5x1.5 2x4.PVV-MB1 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Uo/U . type I-2 according to BDS 5792-84 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor.0 2x1.2 ı 15.9 ı 17. type P-1 according to BDS 5792-84 white.2 3.4 ı 9. class 1 (IEC 60228) PVC compound.9 ı 24. brown . black.220/380 V BDS 4305-90 Applications For fixed installation in power and distribution installations for home buildings and production buildings.5 4x2.black .5 3x2.6 x 35. gray.0 3ı1.0 2ı6.0 3ı6. black .6 ı 12.0 Copper weight kg/Ím 18 27 44 71 110 27 41 66 110 165 36 54 88 45 68 110 Approx.8 4. underneath wall plastering. brown .6 3.5 5x2. gray black . gray Construction data PVV-MB1 220/380V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2ı1.8 5. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation According to BDS 4305-90 copper wires according to BDS 904-84.9 x 31.4 3.4 ı 16. blue .5 5ı1. gray Without yellow/green blue.7 4. black. gray yellow/green .8 3.6 4.4 ı 29.3 ı 21. 50 Hz Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius Fixed installation Testing Flame test according to BDS 904-84 class 1 max 70oC 220/380 V 2000 V .25 C to + 50oC 6 x narrow side of conductor BDS 4305-90 BDS IEC 332-1 o Insulated cores are parallel in between in a unified sheath Sheath Color PVS compound.5 3x4.5 4. black Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core With yellow/green yellow/green .6 3.2 ı 24. brown brown.4 3. Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC. cable weight kg/km 45 69 99 140 180 70 109 155 217 280 95 148 210 120 188 265 390 ELKABEL . max.0 4x1.0 4ı1. blue .

0 Copper weight kg/Ím 61 90 142 210 280 48 67 99 149 225 360 Approx. and acid.8 2x2. 50 Hz Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius fixed installation Testing o according to BDS 904-84 class 1 or 2 max 70oC 660 V 2500 V .5 11.5 12.0 10. but which cannot damage the thermoplastic protective sheath.5 10.0 14. brown . on and underneath plaster. black . and nominal outer diamecross section ter mm2 mm 2ı1.5+1.0 3ı6+4.0 10.0 20.9 3x4. gray yellow/green*.0 15. black blue. brown blue. gray Without yellow/green black .6 Copper weight kg/Ím 28 37 55 82 120 185 37 53 78 125 171 273 Approx.U . These cables can also be used if present are steam. brown . blue. black . brown yellow/green. black . and nominal outer diamecross section ter mm2 mm 3ı1. black blue. brown. blue blue. gray yellow/green.0 16.8 4ı4. cable weight kg/km 445 560 690 890 1260 449 500 620 810 960 1300 ELKABEL 391 . black Construction data PVOT-2 660V Number of wires Approx.7 4ı1.8 2ı10 17. The cables can be used in all types of fire hazardous and explosion hazardous premises.4 3ı6.3 2x1.0.0 11.5 12.4 3ı4+2.30 C to + 50oC 6 x cable diameter BDS 6767-81 Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 4 core with reduction core 5 core * reduction core With yellow/green yellow/green . Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BDS 6767-81 copper wires according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) class 1 . brown. black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor.5 11. type I-2 according to BDS 5792-84 Filling rubber or PVC compound Lead sheath according to BDS 4712 Underneath the lead sheath are laid one or several bare copper conductors with total nominal cross section no less than 1 mm2 Sheath PVC compound.2 3x2.8 2ı6.0 15.660V BDS 6767-81 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Pb sheath ● PVC sheath PVOT-2 CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Applications For fixed laying installation over.10 mm2 Insulation PVC compound.6 3x1.7 3ı10 19. type P-1 according to BDS 5792-84 Color gray.5 13. gases.9 4x2. brown .5 15. black . black .0 13.0 2x4. brown . which can be very destructive to the lead sheath.5 mm2 to 6 mm2 class 1 and 2 . black . cable weight kg/km 343 406 450 570 660 1020 370 410 520 631 800 1100 Construction data PVOT-2 660V Number of wires Approx.3 3ı1.0 4ı10 22.5 13. black .0 4x1.6 3ı10+6. as well outdoor where there is no danger of mechanical impact during installation and exploitation.0 17. Rated voltage Test voltage AC.6 3ı2.0 14.0 11.5+1. max. black . in dry and wet rooms.6 4ı6. with the exception of cables class BI. blue.

4 23 37 56 93 152 228 320 36 52 80 115 145 230 340 400 4.9 8. type TI 1 according to BS 7655 .7 5.5mm2 class 2 .2 13.8 23 28 36 50 Approx. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to BS 6004 copper wires according to BS 6360 (IEC 60228) class 1 .1.3 6.3.5 4.5 mm2 to 35 mm2 PVC compound. cable weight kg/km ELKABEL .4.1 mm2 to 2.0 6.0 1.0 6.0 10 16 25 35 4.300/500V BS 6004 Applications For fixed installation in lighting installations. Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.25oC to + 50oC 6 x cable diameter BS 6004 IEC 60 332-1 Insulation Insulation color Sheath Color Construction data Cu/PVC/PVC 300/500V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 class 1 1.5 5.0 4.2 gray or black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20oC Operating temperature of the conductor.8 10.6 7. type 6 according to BS 7655 . outer diameter mm Copper weight kg/Ím Approx.Cu/PVC/PVC CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath Uo/U .5 2. max. 50 Hz: Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius Fixed installation Testing acc.0 9. power and distribution systems.5 class 2 1.7 14.5 2. to Flame test according to BS 6360 class 1 or 2 70oC 300/500 V 2000 V .1 red or black PVC compound.6 11.

max. Rated voltage Uo/U Test voltage AC.6 mm2 and 10mm2 class 2 .4 12.8 6. kg/km 73 120 191 300 400 530 745 ELKABEL 393 .6/1 kV FN KI 06 003-06 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation PVO CONDUCTORS FOR OVERHEAD LINES Application For connecting home and other electrical installations to open-air electrical distribution network. type I according to BDS 5792-84 black Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Operating temperature of the conductor.6/1 kV Nominal cross section mm2 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 Outer diameter approx.5 9.6/1 kV 4 kV .3 10. 50 Hz Temperature of exploitation Minimum bending radius Fixed installation Testing Flame test according to BDS 904-84 70∞C 0.16 to 70 mm2 PVC compound.9 Copper weight kg/Ím 55 91 152 225 315 420 620 Cable weight approx.30∞C to + 50∞C 6 x cable diameter FN KI 06 003-06 BDS IEC 332-1 Insulation Insulation color Construction data PVO 0.1 13. Cable construction Construction Conductor According to FN KI 06 003-06 copper wires according to BDS 904-84 (IEC 60228) class 1 .Uo/U .0. mm 4.0 7.

0 142.0 129.5 65. 50 Hz Ambient temperature during exploitation For ShKPSS For ShKSSN and ShKPSSM-T Testing Testing: Insulation resistance Testing: Resistance to oil +60∞C up to 380 V 2000 V .0 39. black.5 18.0 115.5 12x1. weight section mm2 220 V (mm) 380 V (mm) kg/Ím 5x1.black.75 3x1. black.5 7x1.0 Cable weight approx. brown.5 15. brown.5 20.5 14.0 62.5 6x1.0 15.5 11x1.0 60.0 40.0 13.0 12. blue. gray yellow/green.30∞— to +50∞— BDS 1986-82 BDS 6200-83 Core identification according to BDS 11321-90 Color coding Number of cores 3 4 5 Without yellow/green brown . brown yellow/green.0 5x1.5 11.75 9x0.0 Cable weight approx.ShKPSS CONDUCTORS FOR ELECTRIC TELPHERS Cu conductors ● EPR insulation ● St core ● EPR sheath Uo up to 380 V BDS 11321-90 Application ShKPSS are used for command chains of electric telphers with nominal voltage up to 380V.75 6x0.75 5x0.0 12. 220 V 380 V kg/km kg/km 190 210 240 270 300 330 380 420 394 ELKABEL . Cables for 380V can be used also for 500V. gray Construction data ShKPSS Number of Outer diameter Copper conductors and nominal cross approx.5 12.0 14.0 8x1.0 90.0 9x1. weight section mm2 220 V (mm) 380 V (mm) kg/Ím 3x0. flexible.0 17.5 13.0 55.0 35.5 8x1.0 51.5 4x1.0 27. gray black.5 14.0 13. blue.0 17.0 4x1.0 11. brown.5 9x1.75 8x0. gray With yellow/green yellow/green. class 5 according to BDS 904-84 Silane crosslinked EPR rubber compound supporting steel cord.0 35.0 70.5 19.0 55.0 80.0 7x1. brown. max. insulated with rubber compound Silane crosslinked EPR rubber compound black Technical data Operating temperature of the conductor.0 3x1. gray blue.75 4x0. Cable construction Construction Conductor Insulation Cable core Sheath Color According to BDS 11321-90 Cu wires .0 77.0 12.5 13.0 103.0 6x1.75 7x0.0 155.5 15. black.0 14. Rated voltage Test voltage AC.5 10x1.0 14.40∞— to +50∞— . 220 V 380 V kg/km kg/km 100 105 115 130 150 170 190 105 120 130 150 170 190 220 140 170 Construction data ShKPSS Number of Outer diameter Copper conductors and nominal cross approx.5 13.0 45.0 48.0 27. black.5 20. blue.

Uo/U -. compound type TM4 according to HD 21. brown yellow/green . washing machines.6 10.5 5ı2. 300/500 V . finished building elements and in decorative edgings.5 3ı2. blue . gray Without yellow/green blue.5 4ı2. blue . kg/km 95 114 138 173 170 207 250 286 365 377 459 650 789 ELKABEL 395 . The cables can be installed in furniture.1 15.6 11.resistant XYMM K35 CONDUCTORS WITH COLD-RESISTANT PVC Application The cables are suitable for connection of medium duty appliances in houses. 5 70∞C in operation 150∞C in the event of a short circuit 300/500 V 2000 V -25∞C to +70∞C -40∞C to +70∞C test class B . It is allowed they to be used for connection of electrical heating appliances providing the conductors are not in contact with the heated parts and they shall not be subject of other thermal effects.6 12. cold . gray black . brown. refrigerators.300/500 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 2ı1.4 8.5 3ı1.8 13. centrifuges as far as this is allowed in the instructions of the electrical appliances.e.VDE 0472part 804 and IEC 60 332-1 Different colors available upon request.4 Copper weight kg/Ím 25 37 49 62 62 82 103 134 168 200 250 362 453 Cable weight approx. brown . Color coding Number of core 2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core With yellow/green yellow/green ..5 19.1 14.3 21. brown brown. black . Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞C Core temperature max Rated voltage for Uo/U Test voltage AC. for house appliances in wet premises i. mm 8. gray Construction data XYMM K35 Uo/U .5 5ı1. black . Cable construction Conductor Insulation: Sheath Color: copper wires according to IEC 60228 Class 5 PVC.9 16.9 9. gray yellow/green . . brown .1 black or white as standard color. black. black . 50 Hz Temperature range mobile: fixed: Flame test according to and IEC 60228 cl.1 PVC. kitchens and offices.5 4ı4 5ı4 4ı6 5ı6 4ı10 5ı10 Outer diameter approx. OVE / ONORM E 8241-55 Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● PVC sheath.black . blue . compound Type TI4 . gray blue.5 4ı1. brown . according to HD 21.9 10.

0 Copper weight kg/Ím 113 178 277 441 608 855 Cable weight approx.600/1000 V Cu conductors ● PVC insulation ● Split concentric neutral ● sheath of PVC Application Cables can be used for household and street lightning.eart Temperature range. wire .0 22.wire wire . class 1 Eart conductor Outer sheath Sheath colour split concentric cables. fixed Minimum bending radius approx. class 2 Technical data Conductor resistance at 20∞— Insulation resistan min. 3500V 3500V -5∞C to +50∞C . mm 10 11.5 13. mobile Temperature range. suitable for fixed installations in direct burial. Cable construction Conductor Conductor size Insulation material Phase conductor solid copper conductor to BS 6360 accorting to BS 6360 PVC type TI1 complying to BS 7655 phase conductor. MΩ.1 Black or violet Identification of cable wires Single phase conductor Neutral conductor Eart conductor brawn blue plain annealed copper wires Construction data SPC Uo/U . 1 min.0 15.30∞C to +70∞C 15 x cable diameter According to BS 6360 100 600/1000 V Neutral conductor split concentric cables. class 1 PVC compound type TM1 complying to BS 7655-4.600/1000 V Number of wires and nominal cross section mm2 1ı4/4+4 1ı6/6+6 1ı10/10+10 1ı16/16+16 1ı25/25+16 1ı35/35+25 Outer diameter approx.km Voltage rating Test voltage 50Hz.SPC SPLIT CONCENTRIC CABLE Uo/U . kg/km 201 277 391 576 790 1097 396 ELKABEL .0 18.

TECHNICAL DATA ELKABEL TECHNICAL DATA .

398 TECHNICAL DATA ELKABEL .

4010 2.6010 7.5000 2.2000 3.6010 5.3000 8.2000 4.6000 2.7010 5.0000 3.6000 3.8000 14430 12609 11675 10580 9828 9036 7910 6741 6449 5571 5011 4473 3999 3698 3259 2997 2611 2246 2044 1849 1688 1417 1277 1209 1072 946 825 0 0 0 15178 14176 13111 11319 9778 9170 8010 7262 6541 5908 5301 4720 4192 3686 3356 2936 2673 2329 2098 1908 1826 1639 1364 1203 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15489 13641 12596 11281 10301 9063 7963 7149 6219 5753 5163 4558 4038 3751 3472 3001 2703 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14634 13050 11644 10294 9112 8234 7482 6475 5815 5485 4920 4321 3752 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14805 13460 11844 10654 10068 9010 8025 7082 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14848 13345 11652 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15377 13720 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ELKABEL 399 .0610 2.6000 7.9510 2.8000 8.0000 4.Wooden drums as per BDS maximal length in meters KD DMIN DMAX ** ** D d H D9 H9 ** ** ** ** ** 107 A3a 650 340 400 676 530 109 A4 800 450 400 838 530 111 A5 1000 500 500 1048 630 112 A6 1200 600 500 1248 630 115 A7 1400 750 700 1464 880 117 A8 1700 900 750 1764 940 118 A9 1800 1100 900 1864 1120 120 A10 2000 1200 1000 2064 1230 124 A11 2200 1300 1000 2280 1300 125 A12 2450 1500 1300 2550 1600 126 A13 2600 1500 1500 2720 1820 130 A14 300 1800 1800 3150 2200 TECHNICAL DATA kg 250 400 700 1000 1600 2200 2800 3500 4000 5000 7000 10000 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 1.9010 6.6010 3.3000 5.0000 7.4000 2.2010 3.8010 8.2010 6.0010 4.4000 7.2010 2.8010 4.3010 2.8010 3.8000 3.4010 3.8000 4.0600 2.3010 2.7000 5.3000 2.4000 4.0000 5.0010 7.9000 6.6010 2.0010 3.0010 5.2000 6.4010 4.5010 2.3010 5.2010 4.6000 5.2000 2.4000 3.4010 7.

5000 40.0100 44.0100 23.6000 12.5100 49.5100 25.5100 46.0100 50.6100 12.5100 37.5000 28.0000 47.0100 26.5000 20.0000 11.0000 50.0100 41.5100 28.5000 25.8010 9.6100 15.8100 10.0000 29.5100 40.0000 107 A3a 800 687 599 516 494 419 399 331 324 262 270 212 206 164 158 121 116 111 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 109 A4 1075 1013 896 785 680 649 553 466 455 375 385 309 299 215 236 188 180 137 130 123 116 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 A5 2323 2137 1922 1714 1551 1363 1217 1079 948 825 749 711 623 519 506 412 401 334 306 247 236 197 187 176 142 133 124 125 127 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 A6 3444 3205 2767 2496 2154 1914 1729 1554 1386 1228 1136 987 879 828 728 608 523 507 405 389 319 324 259 245 248 191 179 181 182 134 135 124 125 126 0 0 115 A7 6271 5758 5026 4565 3967 3555 3219 2901 2423 2192 2030 1810 1745 1496 1303 1126 960 942 788 673 627 524 506 488 396 379 383 301 286 289 273 276 206 208 194 196 117 A8 10412 9349 8352 7397 6775 5911 5188 4752 4099 3705 3510 3203 2834 2374 2114 1872 1592 1567 1352 1151 1005 978 841 814 688 662 636 524 529 505 405 408 386 390 302 304 118 A9 12139 10760 9472 8638 7565 6911 6277 5364 4802 4345 4047 3612 3196 2868 2495 2151 1881 1805 1508 1318 1249 1074 1010 852 826 800 658 634 610 486 490 468 446 449 343 345 120 A10 0 0 13823 12156 11292 9904 8593 7863 6791 6135 5808 5267 4745 3963 3506 3082 2683 2591 2217 1925 1652 1619 1365 1333 1143 1112 1038 907 878 848 695 668 672 645 511 514 124 A11 0 0 0 0 14008 12412 10895 9613 8795 7634 7279 6298 5708 5145 4604 4100 3622 3247 2812 2474 2155 1916 1816 1594 1554 1346 1257 1268 1079 1042 870 836 842 808 656 661 125 A12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15261 14036 12156 11258 10164 9241 7899 7190 6417 5682 5079 4502 3954 3517 3027 2984 2597 2234 2191 2084 1815 1772 1521 1480 1440 1212 1175 1137 974 126 A13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14281 13033 11270 10286 8858 7871 7163 5948 5314 4708 4575 4093 3633 3505 3074 2670 2624 2576 2202 2155 1872 1827 1782 1522 1480 130 A14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14203 12210 11110 9318 8463 7639 6848 6093 5820 5221 4649 4496 4051 3903 3401 3344 2952 2821 2764 2408 2354 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 400 ELKABEL .5100 43.5000 52.0100 13.8000 10.5000 31.Wooden drums as per BDS maximal length in meters TECHNICAL DATA KD DMIN ** 8.0000 41.3000 13.4100 11.6100 22.0100 32.4100 18.4000 17.0100 11.4000 18.4100 17.3100 13.0000 13.6000 22.5100 20.5000 46.5000 16.0000 35.4000 19.3010 9.0000 44.5000 49.8100 14.0100 29.4100 19.5100 16.3000 9.5100 34.0000 26.0100 35.5100 DMAX ** 9.5000 37.0000 32.0100 47.8000 14.5100 31.6000 15.0000 38.5000 43.4000 11.0000 23.0100 38.5000 34.

0100 77.5100 88.0000 86.0100 71.0000 95.5100 82.0100 92.0000 107 A3a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 109 A4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 A5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 A6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115 A7 150 139 140 141 130 131 131 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 117 A8 306 286 288 213 214 216 217 200 201 153 140 141 142 142 143 129 130 131 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 118 A9 327 328 309 311 240 225 226 227 211 212 213 198 141 142 142 131 131 132 132 121 121 121 122 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120 A10 490 493 469 378 358 359 361 340 342 245 246 247 231 232 232 233 216 217 155 155 143 143 144 144 145 132 132 133 133 133 134 134 121 122 122 122 124 A11 630 634 499 502 475 477 480 363 364 342 343 345 322 323 248 249 231 232 232 233 215 215 216 217 218 141 141 142 142 142 143 143 129 130 130 130 125 A12 940 906 911 876 698 702 672 675 644 647 495 497 499 473 475 477 451 452 348 327 328 329 331 310 311 312 313 207 208 208 209 210 273 274 275 276 126 A13 1490 1251 1212 1172 1179 966 971 936 900 905 868 722 691 694 697 665 669 509 511 513 486 488 490 492 465 356 357 336 337 338 339 340 319 320 321 322 130 A14 2300 1973 1922 1933 1882 1584 1538 1546 1498 1232 1238 1196 1202 1159 966 929 933 896 899 862 865 869 666 669 671 639 641 644 612 614 616 618 585 587 589 556 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 ELKABEL 401 .0100 83.5000 100.0000 71.5100 76.5000 106.5000 76.0100 59.Wooden drums as per BDS maximal length in meters TECHNICAL DATA KD DMIN ** 52.5100 103.0100 95.0000 92.0100 89.0100 98.5000 88.0000 101.5100 94.0100 53.0100 86.5000 82.5000 85.0100 104.5100 DMAX ** 53.0000 62.5000 70.5100 97.0100 80.0000 59.5100 91.5000 79.0100 65.0000 56.0000 77.5000 64.0100 62.5000 73.5100 64.5000 61.0000 89.0000 68.5000 97.0000 83.5000 91.5000 55.5100 70.5100 73.5100 79.5000 103.5100 58.5100 100.0100 74.0100 68.5000 67.5100 50.0100 101.5100 61.0000 65.0100 56.5100 67.0000 74.0000 104.5000 94.0000 98.5100 85.0000 80.5000 58.

. solid conductor Rating Voltage 0.5 RE 0..IEC 60502-2 Single core XLPE-insulated cable with PE-sheath according to standard. A2XS2Y 1x35 RM/16 6/10 kV . m stranded conductor s..6/1 kV . sector conductor /V compact conductor .. covered with copper-screen 16 mm2 and rating vpltage (Uo/U) 6/10 kV. 402 ELKABEL .6/1 kV. circular. solid. PVC-insulated.6/6 kV 6.0/10 kV 12/20 kV 18/30 kV Examples: NYY-J 4x1.. 4 cores with nominal cross-section 1. sheath PVC.. circular conductor.DESIGNATION CODE FOR POWER CABLES according to DIN VDE 0271/0276 TECHNICAL DATA Construction reference Identification of Designation N DIN VDE standard (N) similar to DIN VDE standard IEC 502 Conductor Material A aluminium conductor copper conductor Insulating Materials Y PVC 2X cross-linked PE (XLPE) Concentric conductor (screen) C concentric conductor of copper CE concentric conductor of copper over each individual core S screen of copper wires SE screen of copper wires over each individual core H conductive layers (F) longitudinally water-proof screen (FL) longitudinally and radial water-proof screen Armouring B steel tape armouring R armour of galvanized round steel wires Sheath Y 2Y H Material PVC PE halogen-free thermoplastic polymer x Protective Conductor I with protective conductor O without protective conductor Number of Cores Conductor Cross Section in mm2 Conductor Type r.5 mm2. circular conductor . circular.6/1 kV 3. stranded aluminium conductor with nominal cross-section 35 mm2..e.. rating voltage 0. with green-yellow marked core.VDE 0276-603 Cable according to standard.

− For outdoor installation in air. − Laying depth 0. TECHNICAL DATA Indications for Calculation ● For Laying in Earth − Deviating operating conditions with both conversion factors are to be considered.moist area .0 K. ● A sufficient large distance is to be retained between the cables and the heating elements. etc. DIN VDE 0276 part 1000. − For favourable ground conditions or with thermal resisted bedding materials. ● Radiation of heats and solar influence must be taken into consideration. Hints for the deviated operating conditions.0 are to be taken in tables DIN VDE 0276 part 603 and part 1000.85 and 1.5 K.0 K. Intermediate values can be interpolate (1. ● Distance between the cable and the wall. For dry areas the chosen value is 2.dry area . The following recommended values are the current carrying capacity of cables for laying in earth and in air at normal operating conditions. − EVU-load (load grade) is the maximum load factor of 0.5. − The current carrying capacities of multi-core cables can be calculated by using the current load value for 3-core cables according to table 13 with help of the conversion factors. the values and upon that the resulted current carrying loads are to be determined. the ambient temperature is based on 30 oC.6.0 K.0 used for permanent load). Usual depth of laying is 0.m/W.m/W. see DIN VDE 0298 table 4 and DIN VDE 0276 part 603 and part 1000.2 m. lower value under well consolidation can be achieved. where a good air circulation is needed. DIN VDE 0276 part 1000. because badly insulated heating elements often raise additionally the temperature of the cable.. ● For Laying in Air − The values stated in the tables for outdoor laying in the air are defined for permanent operation.m/W =2xD ELKABEL 403 . 0. − The arrangement of the cables is corresponded the presentation in table 3.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 1000.0 K. 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.m/W = 1.m/W = 3. In this case the conversion factors according to table 12 for deviating air temperature should be used. floor or ceiling ● Distance between the cables being laid one above the other = 2 cm =2xD ● Distance between the cable systems being laid one above the other = 20 cm ● Distance between the cables being laid side by side ● Specific Ground .7 to 1. The current carrying capacity of a cable should be limited in such a degree that all locations in a cable system which causes the generated heats under given proportions to lead safely in the environment.7 m.very dry area Thermal Resistivity = 0. under consideration of the applied usual bedding materials of sands.7. − As normal value of the specific ground thermal resistivity in moist areas is selected with 1. The load capacity decreases with increasing of the laying depth.7 K. the air temperature will be increased. as these depend on both of specific heat resistance and the grade of load.m/W = 2. The conversion factors for the load grades 0. 0. − Conversion factors for other laying conditions and the heaping of cables are shown in tables 10 and 11. − By using the cable channels of cable board underlays. For individual case.very moist area .

3 times the outside diameter. Natural convection shall not be obstructed. The cable or insulated wire shall be installed so that the dissipation of heat is not impeded. The plastic or metal insulation tube is mounted so that it is very close to the inner wall without actually being in conduct with the wall.INSTALLATION METHODS AND OPERATING CONDITIONS . having a temperature lag of 0. The cables or insulated wires shall be mounted so that the space from the wall surface is less than 0. thermal insulation and an inner 2 board of wood or materials similar to wood. F and G ● Single core or multicore cables. 404 ELKABEL . The current carrying capacity can be increased when installed directly on or in the masonry construction as well as underneath the plaster. Installation method C ● Single core or multicore cables. For both installation methods.K/W. whereby allowance shall be made for heating by other sources and for irradiation by sunshine.Power Cables and Insulated Wires for Fixed Installation TECHNICAL DATA Installation method type A1 ● Single core cables in insulation tube in a thermally insulated wall. the insulation tube must be secured so that the space between conduit and the wall surface is less than 0. Installation method B1 ● Single core cables in insulation tube on a wooden wall. installed in the open air. The plastic or metal insulation tube can be installed directly on the masonry construction or plastered surface. whereby the current carrying capacity of the cables or wires can then be higher. Installation methods E.1 m . or single core or multicore plastic-sheathed cables.3 times the diameter of the insulation tube.3 times the outer diameter of the cable or insulated wire. Installation method A2 ● Multicore cables or multicore plastic sheathed cables in the insulation tube in a thermally insulated wall. or single core or multicore plastic-sheathed cables on a wooden wall. This problem is still being investigated by CENELEC. Installation method B2 ● Multicore cables or multicore plastic sheath cables in insulation tube on a wooden wall. The space from the cable or insulated wire by each bordering surface shall be 0. whereby the walls for the methods of installation employed comprise an outer weatherproof board. A space equal to the one of the outside diameter is sufficient for single core cables and plastic-sheathed wires in order to meet the current carrying requirements for an installation in the open air.

with a space of a cable ∅ 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system.9 laid in conduit = 0. with a space of 7 cm 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system. the mathematical distance to the cable axis .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 currentsystem 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system. i. unhindered heat radiation will be ensured at: Distance of cable from wall. the distance of the bundle axis to the earth surface of 70 cm is chosen. Hereby the same temperature and the same thermal earth resistances are to be presumed. ELKABEL 405 .e.For cables laying side by side: Space at least two times of the cable ∅ . in bundle form1) Bedding in sand or earth shove and if necessary covering with bricks.for laying in conduits .alternating ambient temperatures . With increased laying depth the load ratings will be mathematically reduced.Air temperature 30 oC Adequate big or ventilated rooms.covering hood with air cavity = 0.m/W . due to that the power loss of the cable not be noticeable increased Connecting and earthing of metal sheaths or screens on both sides Indications Conversion factors see the following tables as of collective laying conditions see the following tables 7 cm d d ● Conversion factors for laying in earth: .Soil-thermal resistivity of moist area: 1.see tables and indications according to DIN VDE 0298 1) In "bunched" or triangle touching arrangement.Ground temperature at installation depth: 20 oC . .Laid in open air.Laying Conditions for Power Cables As laying depth. Normal operation conditions and indications for deviating operation conditions.Consideration of thermal loss in cable.5 K. floor or ceiling ≥ 2 cm . cement plates or with flat to light curved thin covering of plastic Ambient Conditions .as of collecting laying conditions .85 ● Conversion factors for laying in air: .Protection against direct heat radiation of sunlight. TECHNICAL DATA Normal Operation Conditions Laid in Earth 1 Multicore cable 1 Single core cable in direct currentsystem 3 Single core cables in 3-phase system.Soil-thermal resistivity of dry area: 2. side by side. side by side. etc.For cables laying one above the other: Vertical space of the cable at least two times of the cable ∅ cable length at least 30 cm .for triangular bunched laying. in bundle form 1) . the incresed air temperature of sufficient big and ventilated rooms .0 K.

only for versions. grouping. B1 and B2 Cables for fixed installation within buildings TECHNICAL DATA Operating temperature at conductor 70 oC.5 21 28 36 50 68 89 110 134 171 207 239 - 16.5 25 32 43 57 75 92 110 139 167 192 219 248 291 334 13. see DIN VDE 0298 part 4. -R.0 20 27 34 46 47.5 18. N05VV-R NHXMH NYY. NYCY 1) Multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes. NYCY1) 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. -R.5 24 32 41 57 76 101 125 151 192 232 269 - 3 B2 2 3 15. multicore cables and insulated wires . NYBUY N05VV-U.17 62 80 99 118 149 179 206 - 4) Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.5 4 6 10 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 A1 2 3 A2 B1 2 3 2 Current ratings in Ampere (A) 15. 2) For further installation methods . -K NYM. 3) See DIN VDE 0298 part 4. -K H07V3-U. -R. mm2 1. Ambient temperature 30 oC Type designation H07V-U.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4. N05VV-R NHXMH NYY. 4) Not permitted for the installation on a wooden wall and not for application of the conversion factors. A2.0 17.0 24 31 42 56 73 89 108 136 164 188 216 245 286 328 15. 1) The current ratings are valid for cables with concentric conductor.Current ratings for installation A1.5 18. in a thermally insulated walls Single core cables in insulating tubes on a wall Installation in thermally insulated walls Installation in insulating tubes Installation method 2) Number of loaded cores Cross-section.5 23 29 39 52 68 83 99 125 150 172 196 223 261 298 17. -R.5 23 30 38 52 69 90 111 133 168 201 232 - 15. 406 ELKABEL . NYBUY N05VV-U.5 26 34 46 61 80 99 119 151 182 210 240 273 320 367 3) 13. installation under the ceiling. in a thermally insulated walls H07V-U.5 19.5 2. -K NYM. -K H07V3-U.

NYIFY.02 41 57 59.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.Current ratings for installation conditions C. NHXMH. NYY.3d ≥d ≥d ≥d ≥d direct installation Installation method Number of loaded Cross-section. The current ratings are valid for cables with concentric conductor.3x diameter d to wall Single core cables or single core sheathed cables with a space of minimum 1x diameter d to wall.5 4 4 6 10 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 2) installation in open air E 2 F 3 2 Current ratings in Ampere (A) 18.5 2. only for multicore versions. 1) 2) ELKABEL 407 . NYBUY. NYIF. installation under the ceiling. N05W-R.43 76 96 119 144 184 223 259 299 341 403 464 - 3) 3) 22 30 40 51 70 94 119 148 180 232 282 328 379 434 514 593 - Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature. F and G Cables for fixed installation within buildings Operating temperature at conductor 70oC. NYCY 1) NYY TECHNICAL DATA Installation: * directly * in open air Singlecore or multicore cables or single or multicore sheathed cables on a wall Multicore cables or multicore sheathed cables with a space of minimum 0. with contact with gap d or ≥d or ≥d ≥0. N05W-U.5 24 32 33. Ambient temperature 30o C Type designation NYM. 3) See DIN VDE 0298 part 4. mm2 1. multicore cables and insulated wires . E. grouping.5 27 36 46 63 85 112 138 168 213 258 299 344 392 461 530 - 3 17.5 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 G 3 114 143 174 225 275 321 372 427 507 587 689 789 905 110 137 167 216 264 308 356 409 485 561 656 749 855 146 181 219 281 341 396 456 521 615 709 852 982 1138 130 162 197 254 311 362 419 480 569 659 795 920 1070 C 2 19.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4. For further installation method .

NHXCHX Multicore cables or multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes on a wall Installation: * in thermally insulated walls * in insulating tubes Single core cables. A2. -K H07Z-U.5 26 35 44 60 80 105 128 154 194 233 268 - Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 19. in a thermally insulated walls H07V2-U. in insulating tubes in a thermally insulated walls Single core cables in insulating tubes on a wall Installation in thermally insulated walls Installation in insulating tubes Installation method 1) Number of loaded cores Cross-section. 1) For further installation conditions .5 25 33 42 57 76 99 121 145 183 220 253 290 329 386 442 16. N2XH. N2X2Y N2XH. grouping. NHXHX N2X2Y.Current ratings for installation conditions Cables for fixed installation within buildings A1. N2XY. -K N12XY. multucore cables and insulated wires . -R. NHXCHX Multicore sheathed cables in insulating tubes. N2XCH FE180 NHXHX FE180 NHXCHX NHXH FE180 NHXCH FE180 NHXHX.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 19.0 26 35 45 61 81 106 131 158 200 241 278 318 362 424 486 17. -R. installation under the ceiling. N2XCH FE180 NHXCHX FE180 NHXH FE180 NHXCH FE180 NHXHX. B1 and B2 TECHNICAL DATA Operating temperature at Conductor 90 oC. N2XY. mm2 2 3 A1 2 3 A2 2 3 B1 2 B2 3 Current ratings in Ampere (A) 1. 408 ELKABEL . . -K H07Z-U.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.0 23 31 40 54 73 95 117 141 179 216 249 285 324 380 435 18. Ambient temperature 30 oC Type designation H07V2-U. -K N12XY.5 2.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.

Ambient temperature 30 oC Type designation N12XY. N2X2Y N2XH.Current ratings for installation conditions C.5 2.3x diameter d to wall Single core cables or single core sheathed cables with a space of minimum 1x diameter d to wall with contact with gap d or ≥d or ≥d ≥0. ELKABEL 409 .5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 2) C 2 3 E 2 3 F 2 G 3 Current ratings in Ampere (A) 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 23 32 42 54 75 110 127 158 192 246 298 346 399 456 538 621 161 200 242 310 377 437 504 575 679 783 940 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.3d ≥d ≥d ≥d ≥d direct installation installation in open air Installation method Number of l Loaded cores Cross-section.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4. mm2 1.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4. N2XCH 1). NHXHX FE180 NHXH FE180. installation under the ceiling. N2XY. NHXCHX 1) NHXHX N12XY. NHXCHX FE180 NHXHX. E. N2X2Y N2XH NHXH FE180 1) Installation: * directly * in open air Single core or multicore cables or single or multicore sheathed cables on a wall Multicore cables or multicore sheathed cables with a space of minimum 0. 2) For further installation methods . 1) The current ratings are valid for cables with concentric conductor. NHXCH FE180 1) NHXHX FE180. only for multicore versions. multicore cables and insulated wires . N2XY. F and G Cables for fixed installation within buildings TECHNICAL DATA Operating temperature at conductor 90 oC.

70 0. Number of loaded cores n 5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61 Note: Valid for cross-section 1.5 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 82 100 119 152 186 216 246 285 338 400 472 539 110 135 166 210 259 302 345 401 479 555 653 772 91 112 137 173 212 247 280 321 374 426 488 556 83 101 121 155 189 220 249 287 339 401 468 524 Rated current for direct 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.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 22 29 39 49 67 89 119 146 177 221 270 310 350 399 462 519 583 657 19. to the values given in above tables.55 0. laying in ground (20 oC) Nominal cross-section mm2 1. Laying in ground f 0. NAYCY 0.45 0.Current ratings for NYY.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 1) Copper conductor NYY 1) NYCY Aluminium conductor NAYY 1) NAYCY 21 28 37 47 64 84 114 139 169 213 264 307 352 406 483 557 646 747 19.25 Laying in air f 0.5 2.65 0.40 0.40 0.60 0.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 1) Copper conductor NYY 1) NYCY Aluminium conductor NAYY 1) NAYCY 30 39 50 62 83 107 138 164 195 238 286 325 365 413 479 541 614 693 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 31 40 51 63 84 108 139 166 196 238 281 315 347 385 432 473 521 574 27 36 47 59 79 102 133 160 190 234 280 319 357 402 463 518 579 624 106 127 151 185 222 253 284 322 375 425 487 558 102 123 144 179 215 245 275 313 364 419 484 553 160 193 230 283 340 389 436 496 578 656 756 873 108 129 153 187 223 252 280 314 358 397 441 489 103 123 145 180 216 246 276 313 362 415 474 528 Rated current for direct current systems with a far-distanced return conductor Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A).5 to 10 mm2.6/1 kV TECHNICAL DATA Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A).30 0.50 0.50 0.35 0.30 410 ELKABEL .5 2. NYCY.75 0.45 0.35 0. laying in air (30 oC) Nominal cross-section mm2 1. NAYY.

N2XCH. NA2XCY. N2XH. N2XCY. NA2XCH Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A). laying in ground (20 oC) Aluminium conductor NA2XY. NA2XY. N2X2Y N2XCY. NA2X2Y NA2XCY.5 2.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 48 63 82 102 136 176 229 275 326 400 480 548 616 698 815 927 1064 1227 31 40 52 64 86 112 145 174 206 254 305 348 392 444 517 585 671 758 33 42 54 67 89 115 148 177 209 256 307 349 393 445 517 583 663 749 31 40 52 65 87 113 146 176 208 256 307 349 391 442 509 569 637 691 33 43 55 68 91 117 150 179 211 257 304 341 377 418 469 514 565 623 177 212 252 310 372 425 476 541 631 716 825 952 112 135 158 196 234 268 300 342 398 457 529 609 114 136 162 199 238 272 305 347 404 457 525 601 113 136 159 197 236 269 302 342 397 454 520 584 116 138 164 201 240 272 303 340 387 430 479 531 1) Rated current for direct current systems witn a far-distanced retum conductor. N2XC2Y.Current ratings for N2XY. NA2XC2Y 1) TECHNICAL DATA Nominal crosssection mm2 1) Copper conductor N2XY. ELKABEL 411 . NA2X2Y. NA2XH. NA2XC2Y. N2X2Y. N2XC2Y 1.

PVC Conductor temperature: 70 oC Short-circuit temperature: 160 oC Short-circuit time: 1 s with Cu-conductors 0.46 0.84 2. N2XCH 1) Aluminium conductor NA2XY.93 13.90 2.20 51.5 2.15 1.6/1kV Short-circuit current carrying capacity up to 0. 0.57 5.01 13.32 7. N2XH N2XCY.Current carrying capacity in Ampere (A) laying on air (30 oC) TECHNICAL DATA Nominal Crosssection mm2 Copper conductor N2XY.29 3.90 57.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 412 ELKABEL .40 14.45 26.86 1.16 21.58 8. NA2XH NA2XCY NA2XC2Y.01 7.27 27.12 11.20 71.20 37.70 6.15 10.29 4.XLPE Conductor temperature: 90 oC Short-circuit temperature: 250 oC Short-circuit time: 1 s with Cu-conductors 0.60 47. N2XC2Y.00 Insulation . Electrical characteristics of PVC and XLPE insulated Low Voltage Power Cables.50 with Al-conductors 1.20 34.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 33 43 57 72 99 131 177 217 265 336 415 485 557 646 774 901 1060 1252 24 32 42 53 74 98 133 162 197 250 308 359 412 475 564 649 761 866 26 34 44 56 77 102 138 170 207 263 325 380 437 507 604 697 811 940 25 33 43 54 75 100 136 165 201 255 314 364 416 480 565 643 737 807 27 36 47 59 81 109 146 179 218 275 336 388 438 501 580 654 733 825 136 166 205 260 321 376 431 501 600 696 821 971 102 126 149 191 234 273 311 360 427 507 600 695 106 130 161 204 252 295 339 395 472 547 643 754 104 128 152 194 239 278 316 365 430 506 575 682 112 137 169 214 263 308 349 401 469 535 615 700 1) Rated current for direct systems with a far-distanced return conductor.66 3.88 4.56 28. NA2X2Y.32 42.25 21.28 14.06 18.90 41.46 34.69 1.5 2.29 0.39 22.50 with Al-conductors 2.80 5.03 5.59 17.60 30.24 20.93 11.36 0.05 10.80 17.22 9.35 3.17 0.43 2.00 mm2 1.57 0.40 27.21 0.6/1kV Cross-section Insulation .75 8. NA2XCH 1. N2X2Y.10 17.

90 0.Conversion factors for grouping of single core cables or cables on troughs and trays TECHNICAL DATA Number of three-phase systems with single core cables Installation method Perforated cable troughs with contact Used as multiplier for ratings value for Number of troughs or trays 1 2 3 Conversion factors Three-cores cable in horizontal-surface arrangement 1 2 3 0.89 0.97 0.91 0.00 0.86 Cable trays d ≥ 2d 1 2 3 1.90 0.95 0.78 ≥ 300 mm ≥ 20 mm with contact Three-cores cablet vertical-surface arrangemen 1 2 0.96 0.87 0.93 0.00 0.97 0.90 ≥ 300 mm ≥ 20 mm Note: The conversion factors are used only for cables of one layer grouping arrangement.98 0.96 0.86 0. ELKABEL 413 .95 0.92 0.98 0.96 0.00 0.00 0. To parallel current circuits each group of three conductors of the parallel circuit is regarded as single circuit.96 0. in such cases the conversion factors can be reduced. 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.96 1.00 0.89 0.00 1.91 0.Current ratings .00 0.84 - ≥ 225 mm Cable trays with contact Three-cores cable in horizontale surface arrangement ≥ 300 mm 1 2 3 11.95 0.94 1.85 0.87 0.97 0.98 0.89 0.86 ≥ 20 mm ≥ 2d d ≥ 225 mm Three-core cables in vertical-surface triangle arrangement 1 2 1. are not followed.96 0.97 0.81 0.93 0.93 0.86 ` ≥ 20 mm Perforated cable troughs ≥ 300 mm d ≥ 2d 1 2 3 1.

Current ratings - conversion factors
for grouping of multicore cables or cables on troughs and trays

TECHNICAL DATA

Number of multicore cables Installation method

1 2 Number of troughs or trays

3

4 6 Conversion factors

9

≥300 mm

Non-perforated cable troughs

with contact

1 2 3 6
≥20 mm

0,97 0,97 0,97 0,97

0,84 0,83 0,82 0,81

0,78 0,76 0,75 0,73

0,75 0,72 0,71 0,69

0,71 0,68 0,66 0,63

0,68 0,63 0,61 0,58

Perforated cable troughs

with contact
≥300 mm

1 2 3 6
≥20 mm

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

0,88 0,87 0,86 0,84

0,82 0,80 0,79 0,77

0,79 0,77 0,76 0,73

0,76 0,73 0,71 0,68

0,73 0,68 0,66 0,64

with space
≥300 mm

1 2 3

1,00 1,00 1,00

1,00 0,99 0,98

0,98 0,96 0,95

0,95 0,92 0,91

0,91 0,87 0,85

-

≥20 mm

with contact

1 2

1,00 1,00

0,88 0,88

0,82 0,81

0,78 0,76

0,73 0,71

0,72 0,70

≥225 mm

with space
d d

1 2

1,00 1,00

0,91 0,91

0,89 0,88

0,88 0,87

0,87 0,85

-

≥225 mm

Cable trays

with contact

≥300 mm

1 2 3 6

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

0,87 0,86 0,85 0,83

0,82 0,81 0,79 0,76

0,80 0,78 0,76 0,73

0,79 0,76 0,73 0,69

0,78 0,73 0,70 0,66

≥20 mm

with space ≥300 mm

1 2 3

1,00 1,00 1,00

1,00 0,99 0,98

1,00 0,98 0,97

1,00 0,97 0,96

1,00 0,9 0,93

-

≥20 mm

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.

414

ELKABEL

N2XSY NA2XSY
Conductor material Arrangement U0/U crosssection mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 6/10 kV 157 187 220 268 320 363 405 456 526 591 662 744 179 212 249 302 359 405 442 493 563 626 675 748 Copper conductor

Medium Voltage Power Cables 6/10 kV, 12/20 kV, 18/30 kV N2XS2Y NA2XS2Y N2XS(F)2Y NA2XS(F)2Y

Power ratings for XLPE-insulated

TECHNICAL DATA

Current carrying capacity in Amperes (A) in ground (20 oC)
Aluminium conductor

12/20 kV 189 222 271 323 367 409 461 532 599 671 754 213 250 303 360 407 445 498 568 633 685 760

18/30 kV 225 274 327 371 414 466 539 606 680 765 251 304 362 409 449 502 574 640 695 773

6/10 kV 12/20 kV Current ratings in Ampere (A) 145 171 208 248 283 315 357 413 466 529 602 165 194 236 281 318 350 394 452 506 558 627 172 210 251 285 319 361 417 471 535 609 195 237 282 319 352 396 455 510 564 634

18/30 kV 174 213 254 289 322 364 422 476 541 616 195 238 283 321 354 399 458 514 570 642

This factors are also valid for longitudinally water-tight cable

Current carrying capacity* in Amperes (A) in air (30 oC)
Conductor material Arrangement U0/U cross-section mm2 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500
*

Copper conductor

Aluminium conductor

6/10 kV

12/20 kV

18/30 kV

6/10 kV

12/20 kV

18/30 kV

Current ratings in Ampere (A) 163 197 236 294 358 413 468 535 631 722 827 949 194 235 282 350 426 491 549 625 731 831 920 1043 200 239 297 361 416 470 538 634 724 829 953 235 282 351 426 491 549 625 731 830 923 1045 241 299 363 418 472 539 635 725 831 953 282 350 425 488 548 624 728 828 922 1045 153 183 228 278 321 364 418 494 568 660 767 182 219 273 333 384 432 496 583 666 755 868 185 231 280 323 366 420 496 569 660 766 219 273 332 384 432 494 581 663 753 866 187 232 282 325 367 421 496 568 650 764 219 273 331 382 429 492 578 659 750 861

This factors are also valid for longitudinally water-tight cable

ELKABEL

415

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

TECHNICAL DATA

Conductor resistance 20 oC
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 oC 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:
Rδ= R20 . 234.5 + δ for Cu-conductor 254.5 Rδ = R20 . 228 + δ 248 for Alu-conductor

Conductor temperature at oC =δ Conductor resistance at δ C in Ohm/km = Rδ Conductor resistance at 20 oC in Ohm/km = R20

416

ELKABEL

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

TECHNICAL DATA

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 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 0hm/km 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 18/30 kV

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 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 0hm/km 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 18/30 kV

0.826 0.572 0.414 0.328 0.270 0.216 0.166 0.135 0.108 0.087

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 6/10 kV 12/20 kV 0hm/km 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 0.152 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 18/30 kV

0.158 0.150 0.143 0.137 0.132 0.128 0.124 0.120 0.116 0.111 0.108

0.169 0.161 0.154 0.148 0.143 0.139 0.134 0.130 0.124 0.120

ELKABEL

417

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

TECHNICAL DATA

Mutual capacitance
Nominal voltage Cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 6/10 kV µF/km 0,22 0,25 0,28 0,31 0,23 0,37 0,40 0,44 0,48 0,55 0,60 12/20 kV µF/km 0,16 0,18 0,20 0,22 0,23 0,25 0,27 0,30 0,32 0,36 0,40 18/30 kV µF/km 0,14 0,15 0,17 0,23 0,19 0,20 0,22 0,24 0,27 0,29

Inductance
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

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

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

418

ELKABEL

Electrical characteristics of XLPE-insulated
Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 - 30 kV
Short-circuit current carrying capacity up to 30 kV Conductor temperature: 90 oC Short-circuit temperature: 250 oC Cable with Cu-conductors
crosssection mm2 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 short-circuit time in s (seconds)

TECHNICAL DATA

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 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 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 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6

short-circuit time in s (seconds) 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0

permissible short-circuit in kA 25 7,4 35 10,4 50 14,9 70 20,8 95 28,2 120 35,7 150 44,6 185 55,0 240 71,3 300 89,2 400 118,9 500 148,6 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 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

TECHNICAL DATA

Short-circuit to ground
Nominal voltage cross-section mm2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 6/10 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 12/20 kV A/km 1,7 1,9 2,1 2,4 2,6 2,7 3,0 3,3 3,5 4,0 4,3 18/30 kV A/km 2,3 2,5 2,7 2,9 3,1 3,3 3,7 4,0 4,4 4,8

Short-cirguit current carrying capacity of copper screens Short-circuit temperature: 350 oC
Short-circuit time in seconds 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 bei 16 mm 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
2

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

420

ELKABEL

Conversion factor for Medium Voltage Power Cables, 6 - 30 kV

TECHNICAL DATA

Load rating for cables laid in ground Load factor 0,7 and 1,0
Fundamental conditions* Ground temperature 20 oC 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

Nominal voltage
0,6/1 bis bis 0,6/1 bis bis 3,6/6 6/10 3.6/6 6/10 kV kV kV kV

2
0,86 0,87 0,85 0,83 0,85 0,85

Number of cables or systems 4 6 8 10
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 0,57 0,54 0,56 0,49 0,56 0,56

Multicore cables Three core cables Single core cables Single core cables Multicore cables Single core cables

VPE

0,6/1 bis 18/30 kV 0,6/1 bis 18/30 kV

Load factor 1,0
Type of insulation
PVC

Cable design

Nominal voltage
0,6/1bis bis 0,6/1 bis bis 0,6/1 bis 0,6/1 bis 3,6/6 6/10 3.6/6 6/10 kV kV kV kV

1
0,81 0,82 0,79 0,78 0,83 0,81

2
0,66 0,67 0,65 0,62 0,67 0,66

Number of cables or systems 4 6 8 10
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 0,40 0,37 0,40 0,33 0,41 0,41

Mehradrige Kabel Dreiadride Kabel Einadrige Kabel Einadrige Kabel Mehradrige Kabel Einadrige Kabel

VPE

18/30 kV 18/30 kV

Build-up of systems:
● for single core cables 7 cm ● for multicore cables 7 cm

* Conversion factors for multicore cables (≥ 5 cores), Conductor cross-section from 1,5 to 10 mm2
Numbers of loaded cores Conversion factors for the values of 1,5 to 10 mm2 to the belonging table Earth Air
0,7 0,6 0,5 0,45 0,4 0,35 0,3 0,25 0,75 0,65 0,55 0,5 0,45 0,4 0,35 0,3

5 7 10 14 19 24 40 61

* 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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76 0.92 0.91 0.88 0.90 0.00 0.68 0.00 1.61 0. the air temperature is increased due to energy losses of cable.87 0.68 on nonperforated cable troughs (restricted air circulation) 1 2 3 6 d d 0.73 0.90 0.95 0.78 0.81 0.90 0.90 0.00 1.00 1.95 0.90 a ≥ 20 mm 0.00 a ≥ 20 mm 0.00 1.75 0.68 0.78 0.97 a 0.89 0.73 0.76 0.97 0.97 1.66 0.68 0.84 1.76 0.73 0.91 0.00 1.90 0.73 0.78 0.68 0.00 1.76 0.86 0.93 0.Rating conversion factors for installation of Voltage Cables.99 0.89 0.00 a a ≥ 20 mm 0.00 0.88 0.79 0.84 0.30 kV Medium TECHNICAL DATA Rating conversion factors for laying in air*) Multicore cable and single core dirrect current cable Arrangement of cables in laying condition Number cables troughs or trays Without inter-contact Space = cable ∅ d Distance from wall ≥ 2 cm Number of cables Installation method on the ground d d With inter-contact contact with wall Number of cables 6 Installation method 1 2 3 4 6 9 1 2 3 4 1 a ≥ 20 mm 0.73 0.73 0.79 0.82 0.72 0.00 1.71 0.97 a ≥ 20 mm 0.80 0.66 ≥2 cm 1) In narrow rooms or for bigger grouping.97 0. 6 .88 0.64 a ≥ 20 mm on cable trays or on cable ladders (unrestricted air circulation) ≥300 mm 1 2 3 6 d d 1.87 0.94 0.97 0.96 0.83 0.97 0.93 0.77 0.96 1.75 0.00 0.00 1.63 0.93 0.88 0.95 0.86 0.92 0.76 0.75 0.00 1.97 0.98 0.83 0.72 0.94 1.69 0.81 0.66 ≥300 mm a ≥ 20 mm a on platform or on wall or on perforated cable tray d d 1 2 1.94 0.71 0.96 0.91 0.66 0.97 a 0.80 0.85 0.98 0.82 0. for which a reduction not necessary1 Number of cable arranged one over another is optoinal Number of cable arraanged side-by-syde is optoinal ≥2 cm ≥2d d d 2d .76 0.00 0.97 a 0.69 0.77 0.00 1.85 0.76 0.94 0.96 0.00 a 1.78 0.94 0.87 0.96 0.99 0.82 0.85 0.91 1.93 0.85 1.97 0. 422 ELKABEL ≥20 cm Arrangements.68 0.79 0.83 0.80 0.87 0.85 0.00 1.00 0.88 0.00 1.58 ≥300 mm ≥300 mm a ≥ 20 mm a 2d 2d ≥300 mm d d ≥300 mm on perforated cable troughs 1 2 3 6 1.87 0. so the additional conversion factors for deviating air-temperatures are to be taken in the given table.97 0.00 a 1.97 0.70 0.73 0.95 0.84 0.73 0.78 0.70 ≥225 mm laid on platform or on the wall ≥225 mm 0.63 0.97 0.86 0.91 0.79 0.00 0.98 0.84 0.71 0.71 0.00 0.73 0.88 0.96 0.78 0.73 0.00 1.72 0.00 1.98 0.

93 a ≥ 20 mm 2d 2d a 0.96 0.80 ≥300 mm 1.93 0.96 0.95 0. 6 -30 kV TECHNICAL DATA Rating conversion factors for laying in air*) Single core cables in 3-phase systems Arrangement of cables in laying condition Number of cables troughs or trays on top of each other For laying on plain surface Space = cable ∅ d Distance from wall ≥ 2 cm Number of systems 1 2 3 Installation method d d For installation in grouping Space = 2x cable ∅ d Distance from wall ≥ 2 cm Number of systems 1 2 Installation method 2d 2d 3 on the ground on nonperforated cable troughs (restricted air circulation) on perforated cable troughs - a ≥ 20 mm a 0. for which a reduction not necessary 1) For the installation on plain surface with greather distance.79 0.85 0.82 0.87 0.89 0.90 1.95 0.84 0.15 1.87 0.87 0.17 1.97 0.82 PVC-cable 1.97 0.88 0.83 0.95 0.94 0. Because of that no particulars can be made for reduction-free arrangements. so the additional conversion factors for deviating air-temperatures are to be taken in the given table.93 1.00 0.94 1 2 3 6 ≥300 mm d d 0.97 0.85 0.96 0.96 0.82 0.90 0.90 0.00 0. 2d on platform or on the wall 1 d d 0.87 a ≥ 20 mm a a ≥ 20 mm 2 ≥ 225 mm Arrangements. the muntual heating.08 1.88 0.83 a ≥ 20 mm 2d 2d a ≥300 mm on cable trays or on cable ladders (unrestricted air circulation) d d ≥300 mm 1 2 3 6 1.82 a 0.89 0.91 0.91 0.88 0.90 0.94 0.06 1.94 0.97 0.93 0.86 1.0 0.89 1.92 0.93 0.94 0.91 0.89 0.85 0.91 0.86 ≥ 225 mm * Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature TemperatureoC 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 XLPE-cable 1.81 0.96 0.00 0.93 0.98 0.96 0.12 1.92 0. the air temperature is increased due to energy losses of cable.97 0.94 0.00 0. is lower for this occur the additional sheath or screen-losses.94 0.96 0.88 a ≥ 20 mm 2d 2d a 0.82 a ≥ 20 mm ≥300 mm a ≥ 20 mm a ≥300 mm 1 2 3 6 d d 1.0 0.92 0.87 0.00 0.Rating conversion factors for installation of Medium Voltage Cables.22 1.90 0.94 0.98 0.96 0. ELKABEL 423 .94 0.90 0.90 0.04 1.96 0.00 0.94 0.93 0.12 1.89 0.91 0.84 0.79 0.00 0.80 0.85 0.98 0.00 0.92 0.71 *1) In narrow rooms or for bigger grouping.89 0.95 a 1.

75 Insulation Material B G N2 R S V V2 V3 V4 Z (EPR) Ethylene-Propylene Rubber (EVA) Ethylene-Vinylacetat Copolymer (CR) Chloroprene Rubber for welding cables (NR a. for welding cables Finely stranded. 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 Structural Elements C Q4 T T6 Screen (PA) Additional polymide core jacket Additional textile braiding over laid-up cores Additional textile braiding over individual cores Sheath/Jacket Material B J N N2 N4 Q R T T2 V V2 V3 V4 V5 (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. for cables for fixed installation Multiple-wire. SR) Natural a. for cables for fixed installation (Very) finely stranded. 2./o. round. DIN 47104 Number of cores Earth Core G X With earth core Without earth core Conductor Nominal Cross Section in mm2 424 ELKABEL .5 mm2. non-separable cable (multi-core and multiple sheathed cable) Two-layer insulating jacket Spiral cables Examples: H07V-U 2.5 mm2 single-core. round. nominal voltage 750 V H07RN-F 3G. for flexible cables Finely stranded.5 (according to DIN VDE 0282) Harmonized rubber-sheathed cable for medium tensile loads. 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 Special Structural Features D3 D5 FM H H2 H6 H7 H8 Stress-relieving element (support wire) Centre core (no supporting elements) Telecommunications cores integrated in power cables Flat./o. three-core 1. class 1 Tinsel wire./o. SR) Natural a. class 2 Single-wire. 1. green-yellow earth core. finely stranded.Designation Code for Harmonized Cables According to DIN VDE 0281/DIN VDE 0292 TECHNICAL DATA Construction reference Identifications of Designation A Authorized national standards H Harmonized standards Nominal 01 03 05 07 Voltage U 100 V 300/300 V 300/500 V 450/750 V H 05 V V5 - F 25 G 0. separable cable (twin cable) Flat. non-separable cable (two-core sheathed cable) Flat. nominal voltage 750 V Conductor Type D E F H K R U Y Finely stranded. for welding cables (Very) finely stranded./o.5 black (according to DIN VDE 0281) Harmonized PVC-insulated single-core sheathed cable.

.5 S3 HD 21.5+0.5 1 to 2.5 S3 PVC-Sheathed Cables 05 VV-F round 0281 part 5 flat PVC-Flat Cable 05VV-H6 PVC-Flat Cable 07VV-H6 0281 part 5 0281 part 403 0281 part 404 H 05VV-F H 05VVH2-F H 05VVH6-F H 07VVH6-F NYMHY rund NYMHY rund NYMHY flach NYFLY NYFLY 0.3 S3 HD 21..5 to 240 0.0 300/500 According Comparative to HD 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 PVC-Sheathed Cables 03VV-F round flat HD 21.5+0.5 to 40 1. New Old tion Uo/U (v) VDE 0250 (mm2) 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 3 0281 part 5 0281 part 5 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 03VV-F H 03VVH2-F NYFA.75 450/750 300/300 300/300 300/300 HD21. Short Short Nominal Nominal to VDE Designation Designation Cross-Sec.75 to 1 1.5 S3 300/500 300/500 450/750 - 227 IEC 53 227 IEC 53 - ELKABEL 425 .75 0. NYAF NYA NYA NYAF NLYZ NYZ NYLHY rund NYLHY flach 0.5 to 10 1.5 0.5 S3 HD 21.5 to 25 300/500 HD 21.75 0.Comparison of Harmonized Cables With IEC.5 to 1.3 S3 227 IEC 05 227 IEC 06 227 IEC 01 227 IEC 01 227 IEC 02 227 IEC 41 227 IEC 42 227 IEC 52 227 IEC 52 1.75 0.5+0.75+2. DIN VDE and HD TECHNICAL DATA PVC-Insulated Cables According to DIN VDE 0281 in Comparison with IEC and HD Designation Accord. NYA NYFAF.1 0.Voltage Part.

loadable with 0. mm 0.1 mm2.up to 1000 V and heat resistant cables Permissible operating temperature at conductor 40o C to 180 oC as per type o o Ambient temperature 30 C to 150 C. H05S-K H05RN-F. H07V2-K H05S-U. A05RR-F H05RN-F. -R. H07RN-F H03RT-F. H03WH2-F H05W-F. H05WH2-F N2GMH2G H07RN-F. grouping. A05RN-F H07RN-F.75 1 1. -K H07V3-U. as per type Current ratings for cables and insulated wires Type designation H05V-U. A05W-F. -K H05V2-U. A03W-F. -R. multicore cables and insulated wires . A03RT-F H05RR-F. A07RN-F H05W5-F.H03VH-H H03W-F.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 2 1 2 3 Current ratings in Ampere (A) 2 or 3 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 - Conversion factors for deviating ambient temperature. installation under the ceiling. 1) Nominal cross-sectional area 0.see DIN VDE 0298 part 4.5 2.2 A. H05WC4V5-K TECHNICAL DATA Installation: *in open air *upon or on surface in open air upon or on surface ≥d ≥d Number of loaded cores Cross-section. A07RN-F H03VH-Y 1). -K H07V-U. independent of the ambient temperature. 426 ELKABEL .5 0. H05V2-K H07V2-U.

to form out Up to 10 mm 4xD 1xD > 10 to 25 mm 4xD 2xD > 25 mm 4xD 3xD ● For Flexible Cables .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.5xD D = outer ∅ of cables or thickness of flat table ELKABEL 427 . TECHNICAL DATA Permissible Minimum Bending Radius for Power Cables according to DIN 0298 .5xD >20 mm 4xD 5xD 5xD 6xD 5xD 5xD 7.for permanent laying .Part 3 . For noncomplience of the values a short longevity is to be expected.for free movement .for forced guiding operation (such as trailing) .operation for return sheave up to 8 mm 3xD 3xD 3xD 5xD 3xD 4xD 7.5xD >12 to 20 mm 4xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 5xD 7.6/1 kV ● Cables for Fixed Installations Outer ∅ of Cables or Thickness of Flat Cable in mm (D) Method of Laying .to the inlet .5xD > 8 mm to 12 mm 3xD 4xD 4xD 5xD 4xD 4xD 7.for fixed installation .operation in power drag chain .Operation for trolly cable .Nominal Votage 0.

..x5x five-core Conductor Diameter in mm Type of Stranding Components St I P PiMF St III star quad without phantom circuit twisted pair pair in metal foil star quad in local (Subscriber) cable Stranding Layout Lg layer stranded concentric Bd unit stranding Armouring Wire b armouring B armouring of steel band for inductive protection 1B 0.. thickness 0.x2x pair (double core) . thickness 0.x3x triple .x1x single core .5 2 layers steel tape. jumper wires/hook-up wires Insulation P dry paper Y PVC (Polyvinylchloride) 2Y PE (Polyethylene) 02Y foamed PE (cellular) 02YS foam-skin insulation Screening C screen of braided tinned copper wires F filling of cable core with petrol-jelly (St) screen of plastic coated metallic foil (L) aluminium tape Sheath L M (L)2Y Mz Material smooth aluminium sheath lead sheath copolymer coated aluminium lead alloy sheath moisture barrier sheath Protective Coating Y PVC sheath 2Y PE sheath Number of Stranding Elements ...5 mm 428 ELKABEL .x4x quad ..3 mm 2B 0.3 1 layer steel tape..DESIGNATION CODE FOR TELEPHONE CABLES. JUMPER WIRES AND STRANDED HOOK-UP WIRES according to DIN VDE 0271/0276 TECHNICAL DATA Construction reference Basic cable Type with additional Information A outdoor cable I installation cable YV/Li .

1 White quad No. 4 Brown quad No.STRUCTURE OF TELECOMMUNICATION CABLES A-2Y(L)2Y. Quad formation and colour scheme No. Sub-unit formation Each sub-unit consists of 5 quads (10 pair sub-unit) 3. 2 Yellow quad No. 3 Gray quad No. 5 Black quad 2. Unit formation 1. A-2YF(L)2Y. A-02YSF(L)2Y TECHNICAL DATA 1. 100 pairs units consist of 10 sub-units Colour of sub-unit binding tapes Gray Yellow Yellow Brown Red White Black Yellow Red 5x4 (10x2) Blue Green White Blue White Blue Green Red Yellow White Blue 25x4 (50x2) 50x4 (100x2) ELKABEL 429 . 50 pairs units consist of 5 sub-units 2.

A-2YF(L)2Y. A-02YSF(L)2Y TECHNICAL DATA 4. Core formation Colour of unit binding tapes 3 Colour code Red Yellow Blue White Green 150x2 1 2 1 4 3 200 x 2 2 No.STRUCTURE OF TELECOMMUNICATION CABLES A-2Y(L)2Y. of units 1 2 3 4 5 1 5 Number of pairs 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 1000 1200 1 2 5 1 4 300x2 2 3 Core arrangement Number of units 1st layer 2nd layer Units Units Units Units Units Units Units Units Units Units Units 50 pairs 50 pairs 50 pairs 50 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 100 pairs 3 4 5 1 4 5 1 1 1 3 4 4 250x2 3 5 1 5 6 7 7 8 1 2 5 4 500x2 4 3 400x2 2 3 1 5 4 1 2 3 3 1 1 1 5 4 2 3 4 3 5 800x2 2 3 4 1 600x2 700x2 1 1 4 3 1 5 2 3 4 3 4 3 2 5 1 4 5 2 2 3 3 4 430 ELKABEL .

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