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Medium Voltage Power Cables
Medium Voltage Power Cables up to 30 kV with XLPE-insulation The XLPE-insulation possesses very good electrical, mechanical and thermal characteristics in medium voltage networks. This type of insulation is excellent chemical resistant and also resistant to cold. Due to various advantages, the XLPE-insulated type has vastly displaced the traditional classical paper insulated types in many sectors. The XLPE-insulated medium voltage cables are designed with longitudinally water-proof. In comparison to PVC and paper-insulated cables, the advantages of XLPE-insulated medium voltage power cables are possessing a low dielectric factor. The good properties of XLPE-insulated cables remain constant at a long temperature range. These cables can be laid in earth, in air or in tubes. Further information for laying, bending radius ambient temperatures, permissible tensile strength with pulling head test voltages should be taken in the following pages. To the nearness of our customers (stock in Hemmingen/Stuttgart, Neuenhagen/Berlin, Pleißa/ ¨ rnberg) we are also direct Chemnitz and Windsbach/Nu deliverer to the customers construction site for short term scheduled.

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. . . . . . . . . . VDE VDE VDE VDE approved. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . Earth Conductors PVC PVC PVC PVC cables cables cables cables 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NYY-O. . . . . . . . . aluminium conductor. . . . . . .6/1 kV. . . . N 8 Earth conductors. . . . . . . . . . . . . (N)YYo Power Cables up to 30 kV. . . . . .Contents and Index Description N Power Cables Type Page Code-designation for power cables with PVC or XLPE insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 9 Data transmission cable with BAM-certificate. . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ESY . . . . . . . . . 3 cores copper conductor. . . . . . . . . N 22 Petrol station cables ¨ /A-Y(STE)Yo ¨ /A-LiY(STE)Yo ¨ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NYKY-J 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 15 N 16 N 17 N 18 N2XS(F)2Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NA2XSY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . N 19 NA2XS(F)2Y . . . . . . . approved. . . . . . . . . N 10 Power and data transmission cables with BAM-certificate. . . . . . . . PE jacket. . . . . . . . . . PVC jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PE jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NYY-J. . . . . . . . Underground Cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 21 N â . . . . . . . . . . . . PVC jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . copper conductor. . . . . . . . N 5 NYCY . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6/1 kV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 6 – N 7 NYCWY. . . N 1 Power Cables. longitudinally water-tight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. PE jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated Power and control cable with lead sheath. . . . . . . . . . . . N2XS2Y. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aluminium-conductor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PE jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 20 N2XSEY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PVC jacket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N 11 – N 12 XLPE-insulated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VDE-approved.6/1 kV . . aluminium conductor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . copper conductor. . . . . . . . . . XLPE-insulated. . . ESUY. . . . . . . . . . . NA2XS2Y . . . . .6/1 kV. . . . . .6/1 kV. . . 0. . . . . . . . approved. . . . . N 2 – N 4 NAYY-J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-Y(ST)Yo ¨ -J . . . . . . copper conductor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . approved. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N2XSY. longitudinally water-tight. . . . . . .

helically wounded Concentric conductor of copper wires and copper tape over each individual core.6/1 kV are additionally designated with –J Cables with green-yellow (green-natural) core are marked with protective conductor Cable without green-yellow (green-natural) core are marked without protective conductor –O â N1 . helically wounded Longitudinally water-proof screen Armour of steel tape CW CE Screen S SE (F) Armour B F G Sheath Outer jacket K Y 2Y Armour of galvanized flat steel wires Counter helix of galvanized steel tape Lead sheath PVC jacket PE jacket N Cable for U0/U 0. helically wounded Screen of copper wires and copper tape. helically wounded Screen of copper wires and copper tape over each individual core.Code-designation for power cables with PVC or XLPE insulation Design Identification of design N Explanations Core According to VDE standard (no abbreviation for copper conductor) Aluminium conductors Insulation of thermoplastic Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Insulation cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE) A Y 2X Concentric conductor. helically wounded Concentric conductor of copper wires in waveconal formation and copper tape. screen C Concentric conductors of copper wires and copper tape.

6/1 kV.0 26. 2 solid or stranded type. to DIN VDE 0295 cl. mm2 1x4 1x6 1 x 10 1 x 16 1 x 25 1 x 35 1 x 50 1 x 70 1 x 95 1 x 120 1 x 150 1 x 185 1 x 240 1 x 300 1 x 400 1 x 500 1 x 630 2 x 1.– Schnittla ¨ nge O-type Part no.5 37. BS 6360 cl.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max.6 kV = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC.0 15.5 18.*) 9.0 28. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. 0276 part 603 or HD 186 – PVC outer jacket black.0 16. weight kg / km 38 58 96 154 240 336 480 672 912 1152 1440 1776 2304 2880 3840 4800 6048 29 48 77 115 192 307 480 43 72 115 173 288 461 720 1008 1440 2016 2736 3456 4320 5328 6912 Weight ca.5 22.5 11. 1 or cl. where mechanical damages are not to be expected.– Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.0 51.0 34.5 2x4 2x6 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 3 x 1.0 13. VDE approved Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 603. IEC 60228 and HD 383 – PVC core insulation. single-phase systems Both conductors insulated. N2 â .5 10. rm = stranded. re = solid.5 2 x 2.0 115 135 179 245 360 470 620 810 1110 1360 1670 2050 2630 3200 4150 5200 6650 175 215 295 370 495 670 960 195 250 340 430 590 820 1320 1450 1850 2450 3300 4100 4900 6500 8300 32001 32002 32003 32004 32005 32006 32007 32008 32009 32010 32011 32012 32013 32014 32015 32556 32557 32016 32017 32018 32019 32020 32021 32022 32023 32024 32025 32026 32027 32028 32029 32030 32031 32032 32033 32034 32293 32294 32295 32089 32090 32091 32092 32093 32094 32095 32096 32097 32098 32099 32100 32101 32102 32103 32558 32559 32104 32105 32106 32107 32108 32109 32110 32111 32112 32113 32114 32115 32116 32117 32118 32119 32120 32121 32122 32296 32297 32298 Also available in NYFGBY. in cable ducts. Highest permissible voltage – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems. in underground. sectional core.0 17.0 12.5 3x4 3x6 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 re re re re rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm rm re** re** re** re** re** re** rm** re re re re re re rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm Outer 1 ca. round core.5 23.5 12.0 16.0 38.0 43. 15 x cable 1 for multi core approx. 12 x cable 1 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Plain copper conductor.0 30. three-phase systems With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 1.5 25.1. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603.0 14. single-phase systems One conductor earthed.5 30. power stations.0 25. DMV5 to HD 603.0 46. in water. HD 603 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0. round core.0 24. sm = stranded.0 12.0 15.4 kV 0. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. DIV4 to HD 603. 300 350 500 600 750 1000 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil – 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil Continuation " PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively. sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Power ratings table see page T 20 f Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply are installed in open air. 1 or cl. ** Adapted to DIN VDE.2 kV 3.5 19.0 20.0 40.– Standardla ¨ nge Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.NYY-J and NYY-O Power Cable 0. for industry and distribution boards as well as in subscriber networks.0 11.1 – Cores stranded concentrically – Colour coded to DIN VDE 0293. 2. NYBY versions etc.0 11.5 14.0 34. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for single core approx.5 3 x 2.0 15.8 kV 1.7 kV 1. kg / km J-type Part no.0 19. cores x cross-sec. indoors. No. mm Cop.0 9.

IEC 60228. Also available in NYFGBY. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603.8 kV 1.0 46.5 15.6/1 kV. HD 383 – PVC core insulation.– Schnittla ¨ nge O-type Part no. BS 6360 cl. 12 x cable 1 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Plain copper conductor.0 41. re = solid.0 58. No.0 20.4 kV 0. mm Cop. indoors.5 21. Highest permissible voltage – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems.0 64. VDE approved Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 603.0 51.0 29.0 13.0 27.1 sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Power ratings table see page T 20 f Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply are installed in open air. where mechanical damages are not to be expected. round core. 1 or.0 39.6 kV = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. sm = stranded. bn * O-type bk.5 28.5 47.1 – Cores stranded concentrically – Colour coded to DIN VDE 0293.5 18. bu (1/2). NYBY versions etc.0 16. â N3 .0 34.0 13. in underground. bk.– Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. bk – PVC outer jacket black.5 26. rm = stranded. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. round core.– Standardla ¨ nge Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.0 32. to DIN VDE 0295 cl.*) 24. cl 2.5 5x4 5x6 5 x 10 5 x 16 5 x 25 5 x 35 5 x 50 re re re re re re rm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm sm re re re re re re rm rm rm Outer 1 ca. mm2 3+1/2 conductors* 3 x 25/16 rm/re 3 x 35/16 sm/re 3 x 50/25 sm/rm 3 x 70/35 sm/sm 3 x 95/50 sm 3 x 120/70 sm 3 x 150/70 sm 3 x 185/95 sm 3 x 240/120 sm 3 x 300/150 sm 4 x 1.5 26. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. DMV5 to HD 603.0 42.5 5 x 2. HD 603 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.5 52. in water. stranded in layer.0 38. sectional core. 2 solid or stranded type. for industry and distribution boards as well as in subscriber networks. bu. in cable ducts.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max.2 kV 3.5 30. weight kg / km Weight ca.0 34.5 16. single-phase systems One conductor earthed.0 12. PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively. three-phase systems With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 1.NYY-J and NYY-O Power Cable 0. power stations. DIV4 to HD 603.0 874 1162 1680 2352 3216 4128 4992 6240 8064 10080 58 96 154 230 384 614 960 1344 1920 2688 3648 4608 5760 7104 9216 72 120 192 288 480 768 1200 1680 2400 1530 1750 2350 2850 3850 4780 5800 7600 9800 11500 230 300 410 520 730 1045 1640 1760 2350 3100 4250 5300 6400 8500 11000 270 360 490 600 890 1255 1960 2400 3500 32035 32036 32037 32038 32039 32040 32041 32042 32043 32256 32044 32045 32046 32047 32048 32049 32050 32051 32052 32053 32054 32055 32056 32057 32058 32059 32060 32061 32062 32063 32064 32065 32300 32257 32123 32124 32125 32126 32127 32128 32129 32130 32131 – 32132 32133 32134 32135 32136 32137 32138 32139 32140 32141 32142 32143 32144 32145 32146 32147 32148 32149 32150 32151 32152 – – – 300 350 500 600 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 Continuation " N * Note In respect to 3+1/2 conductors Whereby only one cnductor is allowed to contain a smaller cross-section (as per DIN VDE 0276 part 603 table 5) and permitted to place as insulated core (gree-yellow and blue as 1/2-conductor). single-phase systems Both conductors insulated. bn. kg / km J-type Part no. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for multi core approx.5 4 x 2. 0276 part 603 or HD 186 1 – Core colour for 3+ /2 conductor * J-type gnye (1/2). cores x cross-sec.7 kV 1.0 58.0 40.5 18.5 4x4 4x6 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 5 x 1.0 14. 1 or cl.0 22.

cores x cross-sec. where mechanical damages are not to be expected. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 627.0 19.5 12 x 1.6 kV = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC.NYY-J and NYY-O Power Cable 0.5 re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re re Outer 1 ca.1 – Cores stranded concentrically – Colour coded to DIN VDE 0293.5 40 x 2.5 310 380 420 470 520 570 650 750 860 1070 1680 450 520 600 680 750 850 980 1100 1280 1700 2150 640 850 1200 32066 32067 32068 32069 32070 32071 32072 32073 32074 32075 32176 32076 32077 32078 32079 32080 32081 32082 32083 32084 32085 32169 32086 32087 32088 32153 32154 32155 32156 32157 32158 32159 32160 32161 32162 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 32174 32175 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 12 10 8 7 x 4 re 7 x 6 re 7 x 10 re *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. in underground.5 16 x 1. DIV4 to HD 603. 1 or cl. BS 6360 cl.5 24 x 1. mm Cop. indoors.5 18. mm2 7 x 1.5 20.– Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.4 kV 0.0 22.5 16 x 2.5 27.5 12 x 2. sm = stranded.0 18.5 19 x 1.0 21.0 28.5 30 x 1. VDE approved Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 627.5 19 x 2. 2. NYBY versions etc.5 14 x 1. power stations.5 24 x 2. in water. IEC 60228 cl.5 10 x 1. three-phase systems With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 1. single-phase systems One conductor earthed.0 23.0 22. PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively. rm = stranded.5 21.6/1 kV. 1 or cl. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. for industry and distribution boards as well as in subscriber networks. HD 627 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.0 29.5 30 x 2.5 7 x 2.5 14 x 2.0 16.5 35.5 10 x 2.– Schnittla ¨ nge O-type Part no. Highest permissible voltage – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems. 2 solid or stranded type.5 40 x 1. Also available in NYFGBY.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max. in cable ducts.*) 15. N4 â .7 kV 1.0 31. kg / km J-type Part no.0 23.0 26. round core.1 sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Power ratings table see page T 20 f Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply are installed in open air. sectional core. No.5 19. 0276 part 603 or HD 186 – PVC outer jacket black. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15. Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. 1 or cl. to DIN VDE 0295 cl.5 52 x 2.5 20.0 20. re = solid. 2 – PVC core insulation. single-phase systems Both conductors insulated.0 23. weight kg / km 101 144 173 202 230 274 302 346 432 576 878 168 240 288 336 384 456 504 576 720 960 1248 269 403 672 Weight ca.5 21 x 2.5 21 x 1.5 61 x 1.0 34.2 kV 3.0 24.0 25. round core. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for multi core approx.– Standardla ¨ nge Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.8 kV 1. DMV5 to HD 603. 12 x cable 1 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Plain copper conductor.

IEC 60228 and HD 383 – PVC core insulation.) – Nominal voltage U0/U 0. for industry and distribution boards as well as in subscriber networks. three-phase systems With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 1. single-phase systems Both conductors insulated. kg / km Preis DM / 100 m Alu 0. No. 2 (round and sector shaped). 1 or cl. HD 603 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Permissible short circuit temperature +1608 C (short circuit duration 5 sec. Part No. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Alu-conductor = 30 N/mm2 – Current carrying capacity as per DIN VDE 0276 part 603. in normal operation table 14 and 15. DIV4 to HD 603.5 30.*) 32301 32302 32303 32304 32305 32306 32307 32308 32309 32310 23.0 28. PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively.1 sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Power ratings table see page T 29 Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply are installed in open air. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.0 51. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603. mm Alu weight kg / km Weight ca. Highest permissible voltage – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems. single-phase systems One conductor earthed. mm2 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 re re re se se se se se se se Outer 1 ca. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. VDE approved Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 603. N re = round solid core se = sectional core â N5 . DMV5 to HD 603.2 kV 3. 12 x cable 1 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Solid aluminium conductor. in water.NAYY-J Power Cable 0.8 kV 1.0 26. blue. indoors. as per VDE 0295 cl.6/1 kV. power stations.6 kV = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. where mechanical damages are not be expected.7 kV 1.0 39.4 kV 0.0 56. 1 or cl. BS 6360 cl. cores x cross-sec.5 44. under short circuit conditions table 17 – Minimum bending radius for multi core approx. in underground.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max. 2.1 – Conductor colours: black.0 46.0 186 290 406 580 812 1102 1392 1740 2146 2784 750 950 1120 1151 1549 2030 2400 3030 3650 4800 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. brown and green-yellow – Inner covering – PVC outer jacket black. in cable ducts.0 35.

5 3x4 3x6 3 x 10 3 x 16 4 x 1.5 16. single-phase systems 1. Overall. The concentric conductor (C) is allowed to use as neutral-.5 re/4 re/6 re/10 re/16 re/1. 1. 15 x cable 1 for multi core approx. single-phase systems 0.0 19.1.5 2x4 2x6 2 x 10 2 x 16 3 x 1.5 re/2.*) 32200 32201 32202 32203 32204 32205 32206 32207 32208 32209 32210 32211 32212 32213 32214 32215 32216 32217 32218 32219 32220 32221 32222 32223 32224 32225 32255 11.0 23.0 23.6/1 kV. mm Cop.2 With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 3. BS 6360 cl. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. 1.0 12. mm2 1 x 10 1 x 16 2 x 1.0 16.0 23.NYCY Power Cable 0.8 – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems. 12 x cable 1 Highest permissible voltage 1. where increased electrical and also mechanical protection are required.0 14. in water.5 re/4 re/6 re/10 re/4 re/6 Outer 1 ca. power stations. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for single core approx. DMV5 to HD 603.5 4x4 4x6 4 x 10 4 x 16 5 x 1.5 5 x 2. Part No.0 13.5 5x4 5x6 5 x 10 7 x 41) 7 x 61) re/10 re/16 re/1.0 280 440 205 270 360 435 590 820 225 290 400 510 850 1080 260 350 470 590 900 1250 330 400 560 710 1000 670 790 8 6 16 14 12 10 8 6 16 14 12 10 8 6 16 14 12 10 8 6 16 14 12 10 8 12 10 Continuation " Available with outer sheath in alternative colours on request. IEC 60228 and HD 383 – PVC core insulation.6 Cable structure – Plain copper solid conductor as per VDE 0295 cl. outer layer with copper tape – PVC outer sheath. Simultaneously. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603.5 14. in underground. HD 603 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.0 19. Medium voltage cable of copper and aluminium conductor see pages N 15 – N 21.5 17.0 13. VDE approved with concentric copper conductor Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 603.5 15.5 re/2.0 24.5 20.5 17. N6 â . protective or earthed conductor.5 re/2. = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. cores x cross-sec. weight kg / km 216 336 52 80 123 182 312 489 66 104 161 240 408 643 81 128 200 297 504 796 95 152 238 355 600 315 470 Weight ca. kV PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively.5 re/2. No.7 One conductor earthed.5 21.5 2 x 2. three-phase systems 1.5 4 x 2.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max.5 re/4 re/6 re/10 re/16 re/1. indoors and in cable ducts.0 21. * Construction according to DIN VDE 0276 part 627 see page N 7. house connecting boxes and street lighting as well as control cable for the transmission of control impulses and test datas.5 20.5 3 x 2. sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) kV Power ratings table see page T 20 f kV Caloric load values see page T 67 kV kV – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Application Power cables for energy supply are used for industry and distribution boards.0 15.1 – Colour coded to VDE 0293 and HD 186 – Cores stranded concentrically – Filling compound – Concentric conductor in inner layer of round copper wires. DIV4 to HD 603.4 Both conductors insulated. Those cables are installed in open air.0 21.5 re/4 re/6 re/10 re/16 re/1.0 18.5 15. this also is permitted to apply as a screen for example earth-connected protection against contact.5 17.5 13. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.

6 kV = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. in underground.5 61 x 2.7 kV 1.5 10 x 1.6/1 kV.5 30 x 2.5 19 x 1. N Medium voltage cable of copper and aluminium conductor see pages N 15 – N 21. â N7 .5 21 x 1.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max.5 14 x 1. single-phase systems One conductor earthed.5 24 x 1. DMV5 to HD 603.5 22. HD 627 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.5 24 x 2. weight kg / km 124 133 138 147 176 205 234 276 320 369 413 499 696 869 998 200 224 286 334 382 403 451 523 571 696 840 1080 1368 1584 Weight ca.5 7 x 2.5 21 x 2.0 20.5 18. outer layer with copper tape – PVC outer sheath.0 20.0 30.5 re/2. in water.0 17.5 re/1.0 320 350 380 400 440 500 540 600 690 810 860 1230 1590 1820 2000 450 510 600 660 760 800 910 950 1100 1300 1610 2100 2500 2850 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 Available with outer sheath in alternative colours on request. three-phase systems With concentric conductor and a cross-section of 240 mm2 and above 1.0 28.5 16 x 1.5 8 x 2.0 22.5 14 x 2. Simultaneously. this also is permitted to apply as a screen for example earth-connected protection against contact.5 re/2.0 17.5 40 x 1.0 23.0 19.5 52 x 2.5 8 x 1. 1 or IEC 60228 – PVC core insulation.4 kV 0.0 32.0 26. indoors and in cable ducts.0 24.5 16 x 2.0 40. mm2 7 x 1.2 kV PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively. 15 x cable 1 for multi core approx. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for single core approx.NYCY Power Cable 0. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.0 33.5 12 x 1.*) 32226 32227 32228 32229 32230 32231 32232 32233 32234 32235 32236 32237 32238 32239 32240 32241 32242 32243 32244 32245 32246 32247 32248 32249 32250 32251 32252 32253 32254 15.5 21.5 12 x 2. 12 x cable 1 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Plain copper solid conductor as per VDE 0295 cl.5 re/4 re/4 re/6 re/6 re/6 re/10 re/10 re/10 re/2.5 14 x 2. No.5 10 x 2. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.5 61 x 1. cores x cross-sec.1 sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Power ratings table see page T 20 f Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply are used for industry and distribution boards. DIV4 to HD 603. Those cables are installed in open air.5 re/2. The concentric conductor (C) is allowed to use as neutral-.5 52 x 1. mm Cop. power stations. VDE approved with concentric copper conductor Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 627.0 17. Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603.5 40 x 2.5 re/2.5 26.0 20.0 38.5 19 x 2.0 22. Part No.0 16.1 – Colour coded to DIN VDE 0293 and HD 186 – Cores stranded concentrically – Filling compound – Concentric conductor in inner layer of round copper wires.5 7 x 1.5 8 x 1.5 re/4 re/4 re/4 re/6 re/6 re/6 re/10 re/10 re/10 re/10 re/10 re/10 Outer 1 ca. 1. 3.0 35.0 23.8 kV 1. protective or earthed conductor.5 23. BS 6360 cl.5 re/1. Highest permissible voltage – Direct current systems – Alternating current systems.5 re/2.5 re/2. where increased electrical and also mechanical protection are required.5 30 x 1. single-phase systems Both conductors insulated.0 30.0 27. Overall. house connecting boxes and street lighting as well as control cable for the transmission of control impulses and test datas.

power stations as well as control cables for the transmission of control impulses and test datas.5 22. Available with outer sheath in alternative colours on request.0 19. cl. VDE approved with concentric copper conductor Technical data – Power and control cable to DIN VDE 0276 part 603. indoors and in cable ducts. conductor types 10 – 16 mm2 round.5 23. sheath colour black – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Caloric load values see page T 67 Application Power cables for energy supply. Medium voltage cable of copper and aluminium conductor see pages N 15 – N 21. mm2 2 x 10 2 x 16 2 x 25 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 25 3 x 35 3 x 50 3 x 70 3 x 95 3 x 120 3 x 150 3 x 185 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 re/10 re/16 rm/25** re/10 re/16 rm/16** sm/16 sm/25 sm/35 sm/50 sm/70 sm/70 sm/95 sm/120 rm/25** sm/35 sm/50 sm/70 sm/95 sm/120 sm/150 sm/185 re/10 re/16 rm/16** sm/16 sm/25 sm/35 sm/50 sm/70 sm/70 sm/95 sm/120 Outer 1 ca. IEC 60228.5 34. Power ratings table see page T 29 f Cable structure – Plain copper conductors.5 28. 35 – 240 mm2. Part No. as per VDE 0295 cl. permissible tensile stress with cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius for single core approx. 15 x cable 1 for multi core approx. 12 x cable 1 Attention should be paid to DIN VDE 0298 part 1 and 0276 part 603.5 29.0 46.0 27.0 41.0 29.0 37.0 62. Highest permissible voltage see NYCY – page N 7.0 27. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.0 51. where increased electrical and also mechanical protection are required.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.5 42.*) 32260 32261 32262 32263 32264 32265 32266 32267 32268 32269 32270 32271 32272 32273 32274 32275 32276 32277 32278 32279 32280 32281 32282 32283 32284 32285 32286 32287 32288 32289 32290 32291 32292 19.5 47.0 51.0 57. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. 10 – 25 mm2. DIV4 to HD 603. cores x cross-sec. The corrugated concentric conductor (CW) is allowed to use as neutral-.0 45. No.0 26. DMV5 to HD 603. especially in subscriber networks.0 43. Due to the typical construction of corrugated concentric conductors (Ceander). stranded (sm) – PVC core insulation. N8 â . sector shaped conductor. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. 2. * Round cables are more compact thus smaller core 1 .0 33. Simultaneously. 1 and HD 383. protective or earth conductor.0 56.1 – Colour coded to DIN VDE 0293 and HD 186 – Cores stranded concentrically – Filling compound – Concentric conductor (Ceander). *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. BS 6360 cl. 1 od.0 50.0 21.NYCWY Power Cable 0. Those cables are installed in open air.0 24.1. preferably used for underground laying. are possible to obtain many more cable joints.6/1 kV. outer layer with copper tape – PVC outer sheath. in underground. this also is permitted to apply as a screen for example earthed-connected protection against contact. inner layer of corrugated copper wires.0 33. weight kg / km 312 489 763 408 643 902 1190 1723 2410 3296 4236 5100 6383 8242 1003 1402 2000 2796 3791 4786 5970 7363 504 796 1142 1526 2203 3082 4208 5388 6540 8159 10546 Weight ca. solid or stranded versions. HD 603 S1 and IEC 60502 – Insulation and jacket-compound of thermoplastic PVC – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0. mm Cop.0 38.0 20.5 650 850 1210 730 1000 1550 1750 2250 2950 4100 5050 6000 7550 9950 1600 1850 2450 3350 4550 5550 6900 8500 890 1250 1800 2050 2700 3750 5000 6350 7650 9350 11600 8 6 4 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil PVC cables will be changed to lead free PVC successively. in water.0 29. stranded conductor (rm). without cutting any conductor. In that way the operating reliability is guaranteed. Overall.0 38. solid cores (re) alt.0 26.

solid conductor A-Y(STE)YO Part no.3 11. 0. 12 x cable 1 – Radiation resistance up to 80 x 106 cJ/kg (up to 80 Mrad) ¨ (Overall screening). tinned copper 0. mm 8.12 – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) N = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. DIN VDE 0472 part 803 test method B – Fuel-resistance of sheath: DIN ISO 6722 part 1.7 9.1 8.9 Cop.75 12 x 0.*) 18 18 18 18 ¨ (Each core individually screened).75 2 x 1* Outer 1 ca.and fuel resistance of sheath: according to BAM-Specification – Oil-resistance of sheath: DIN ISO 6722 part 1.and fuel resistant – Sheath colour black for 2 x 1 sheath colour blue* Cable structure A-Y(STE)Yo ¨ – Copper conductor.11.*) 18 18 18 18 *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. kg / km 101 142 165 216 AWGno.and fuel resistant. 7 strands – Core insulation of special PVC according to DIN VDE 0207 – Black cores with continuous white numbering – Each single core screened with aluminium polyester foil.75 Outer 1 ca. Tests – Compound characteristic according to DIN VDE 0207 – Oil. mm2 4 x 0.6 12.75 7 x 0. oil. solid conductor A-Y(ST)YO Part no. Special screens over individual cores guarantee good overall screening and ensure an interference-free transmission of control pulses. kg / km 102 141 159 213 83 AWGno. cores x cross-sec. 32597 32633 32599 32634 No. These cables are also installed directly in the ground and are resistant to UV radiation. for data transmission from the pumps to the cash desk and in the installation of video surveillance systems.75 12 x 0.and fuel-resistant data transmission cables – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +708 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage 200 V – Test voltage 0. ¨ (Each core individually screened) A-LiY(STE)YO Weight ca. sheath colour black Cable structure A-LiY(STE)Yo ¨ – Tinned copper conductor. metal layer at outside – Screened cores in layers with optimal lay-lenght screenings of each core make contact mutually 2 – Drain wire. mm 8.8 9. weight kg / km 38 60 68 99 28 Application These data transmission cables. cores x cross-sec.75 8 x 0. are used for internal and external wiring applications at petrol pumps.and fuel-resistant. 4. sheath colour black Technical data – Oil.75 mm2 – Special PVC-outer sheath. 100 MOhm x km – Minimum bending radius approx.75 mm Overall core-filler – – Special PVC-outer sheath.4 Cop. 32635 32636 32637 32638 No.3 Cop.75 mm2 = 1000 V 1 mm2 = 1500 V Insulation resistance – min. oil.9 10. metal layer at outside – Screened cores in layers with optimal lay-lenght screenings of each core make contact mutually 2 – Drain wire. according to DIN VDE 0207 – Black cores with continuous white numbering – Each single core screened with aluminium polyester foil.75 7 x 0. ¨ r Materialpru ¨ fung * BAM = Bundesanstalt fu â N9 . oil. mm2 4 x 0.5 12. tinned – Core insulation of special PVC.A-Y(ST)Yo ¨ A-Y(STE)Yo ¨ A-LiY(STE)Yo ¨ Data transmission cables for petrol stations and refineries with BAM*-Test report Cable structure A-Y(ST)Yo ¨ – Copper conductor.75 8 x 0. mm2 4 x 0. tinned – Core insulation of special PVC.*) 18 18 18 18 17 Part no.75 12 x 0. solid.0 12. weight kg / km 38 60 68 99 Weight ca.75 8 x 0. cores x cross-sec. oil. solid. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15. 32438 32598 32439 32631 32632 No. aluminium/polyester foil. drain wire tinned copper.75 mm 7 strands – Overall core-filler – Special PVC-outer sheath.0 10. 4. tinned copper 0.75 Outer 1 ca.and fuel resistant. kg / km 105 150 169 223 AWGno. according to DIN VDE 0207 – Black cores with continuous white numbering – Cores stranded in layers with optimal lay-length – Foil taping. weight kg / km 38 60 68 99 Weight ca.9 10.75 7 x 0. mm 9.

1) ¨ r Materialpru ¨ fung.2 13. Part No.2 14.6/1 kV. VDE 0298 part 1 shall be observed. 12 x cable 1 Cable structure – Plain copper conductor. in water and in concrete provided mechanical damage can be ruled out. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15. 1 and IEC 60228 cl.5 3G1. * BAM = Bundesanstalt fu Version with blue outer jacket available upon request. solid according to DIN VDE 0295 cl.5 5G1.2 Cop.5 4G1. compound YI3 according to DIN VDE 0207 part 4 – Concentric lay-up of cores – Core identification according to DIN VDE 0293 1) – PVC outer jacket black according to DIN VDE 0207 part 5 – Oil and fuel-resistant according to DIN ISO 6722 – PVC self-extinguishing and flame retardant according to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1/EN 50265-2-1/IEC 60332-1 (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B) Application Power and data transmission cables are used for outdoor and underground applications.2 16.2 15.Petrol station cable (N)YYo ¨ -J 0. These cables are installed for applications such as petrol stations and oil refineries where resistance to oils and fuels is required. with BAM*-Test report Technical data – Power and data transmission cable based on DIN VDE 0271 with VDE registration number and BAM1)-test report on manufacturing – Temperature range flexing – 58 C to +508 C fixed installation –308 C to +708 C – Limiting temperature at the conductor +708 C – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.5 7G1.5 Outer 1 ca. of cores x cross-section mm2 2 x 1.6/1 kV – Test voltage 4 kV – Max. 32592 32593 32594 32595 32596 No. 1. 1 – Core insulation of PVC.5 *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. N 10 â . permissible tensile stress by cable grip for Cu-conductor = 50 N/mm2 – Minimum bending radius approx. weight kg / km 29 43 58 72 101 Weight ca.*) 16 16 16 16 16 Design: 7 x 1. BS 6360 cl. kg / km 180 225 260 280 370 AWGno. = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. mm 12.

system.8 29.5 re 3 x 2. = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC. e.8 40. sheath colour black Advantage Good coupling resistance due to enclosed lead sheath is suitable for special EMC-requirements (Electromagnetic Compatibility).NYKY-J 0. energy fuels.) – Nominal voltage U0/U 0.6/1 kV nominal voltage U * for three-phase system 1. cores x cross-sec. VDE approved Technical data – Power and control cable.*) 32640 32641 32642 32643 32644 32645 32646 32647 32648 32649 32650 32651 32652 32653 32654 32655 32656 13.2 17. Resistant to – Turpentine substitute – Fuels – Oils – Toluene – – – – Xylol Trichlor Petroleum Hydrocarbon Note * The lead sheath is not permitted to use as neutral-conductor (N). * If drain-wire exists. jointless and enclosed – PVC outer jacket black. c. PVC insulation and lead inner-sheath to DIN VDE 0265 – Temperature range –58 C to +708 C – Temperature at conductor +708 C – Short circuit temperature +1608 C (short circuit duration 5 sec.0 kV – Min. if exists. â N 11 . mm2 3 x 1.5 598 690 840 990 2550 3080 3850 5360 6950 8235 9620 11940 15380 650 760 960 1100 16 14 12 10 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil 16 14 12 10 Continuation " N 3 x 50/25 sm 3 x 70/35 sm 3 x 95/50 sm 3 x 120/70 sm 3 x 150/70 sm 3 x 185/95 sm 3 x 240/120 sm 4 x 1.5 17.7 35. permissible bending radius approx. in hazardous areas to DIN VDE 0165.) 6. indoor areas and cable conduits.5 re 4 x 4 re 4 x 6 re *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values.2 48. in water. oils.0 kV * for one-phase system 1. Power ratings table see page T 30 Application These cables of PVC insulation and lead inner-sheath are installed everywhere. where the danger of chemical reaction of solvents. only for use as earthing of lead sheath in a grounding system e. No.5 re 4 x 2. permits also as extrusion or taping or a combination of both – Lead inner-sheath. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. g. DMV5 to DIN VDE 0276 part 603. U0/U for cables: 1ffiffi – For three-phase system U0 ¼ U p 3 – For one-phase 1 d.3 27.8 14. Part No. Suitable for installation under ground.5 14.3 43. mm Cop.5 18.6/1 kV with lead sheath. U0 ¼ U 2 (both outer conductor insulated) – For one-phase and d. g. BS 6360.5 15. neutral or earth conductor. c. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.2 kV (outer conductor insulated) * for one phase system 0. 12 x cable 1 Cable structure – Bare copper conductor to DIN VDE 0295. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. system U0 ¼ U (one outer conductor earthed) * operating voltage the voltage between the conductors of a current-circuit (or between conductor and earth) in a given time during undisturbed operation under specified condition – Test voltage (5 min. weight kg / km 43 72 115 173 874 1162 1680 2352 3216 4128 4992 6240 8064 58 96 154 230 Lead weight kg / km 427 487 555 610 1290 1340 1670 2020 2440 2770 3530 4230 5230 464 530 605 665 Weight ca.2 32.8 16.8 53. in refining plants and in chemical industries are to be caused.5 re 3 x 4 re 3 x 6 re 3 x 25/16 3 x 35/16 rm sm Outer 1 ca. This drain-wire is not allowed to install as protective.6 kV (one outer conductor earthed) * nominal voltage U0 = between conductor and lead sheath U = voltage between the outer conductors. IEC 60228 and HD 383 – Core insulation of PVC. gasolines or of that kind in filling stations particularly in petrol pump areas for carburetor propellants.4 59. compound type DIV4 to VDE 0276 part 603 – Core identification to DIN VDE 0293 * up to 5 cores coloured * 7 cores black with numbering – Green-yellow earth core – Cores stranded concentrically – Overall jacket of soft plastics material.

5 re 30 x 2.5 re+1.5 42.5 re+1. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.5 re 14 x 1.5 7 x 1.0 32. N 12 â .5 26.2 24. mm2 4 x 10 re 4 x 16 re 4 x 25 rm 4 x 35 rm 4 x 50 sm 4 x 70 sm 4 x 95 sm 5 x 1.2 21.5 re 14 x 2.3 17.2 22.2 1400 1910 2750 3630 4580 5340 7120 710 910 1090 1270 1700 2231 810 918 988 1100 1440 1610 1830 2300 1070 1330 1440 1530 1680 2160 2530 3310 610 650 780 970 8 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 16 14 12 10 8 6 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values.5 15.0 22. mm with lead sheath. VDE approved = The product is conformed with the EC Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC.8 26.5 re 19 x 2. Cop.5 30.5 re 12 x 2. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.5 re 12 x 1.0 31.3 28.4 14. No.5 re 7 x 2.3 15.NYKY-J 0.3 21.5 re 30 x 1.5 re 24 x 2.5 4 x 1.3 37.2 19.3 24.5 5 x 1.*) 32657 32658 32659 32660 32661 32662 32663 32664 32665 32666 32667 32668 32669 32670 32671 32672 32673 32674 32675 32676 32677 32678 32679 32680 32681 32682 32683 32684 32685 32686 32687 32688 32689 21.4 23.2 31.5 Outer 1 ca. weight kg / km 384 614 960 1344 1920 2688 3648 72 120 192 288 480 768 101 144 173 202 274 346 432 576 168 240 288 336 456 576 720 960 57 72 86 115 Lead weight kg / km 750 975 1290 1340 1680 2020 2440 505 580 665 730 930 1070 545 680 710 735 900 1170 1240 1390 625 865 940 980 1170 1370 1550 1770 427 464 505 545 Weight ca.4 17.5 re+1.4 18.5 re 5 x 4 re 5 x 6 re 5 x 10 re 5 x 16 re 7 x 1.5 re 10 x 2.5 re+1.5 re 24 x 1.3 36.0 27.4 20.5 re 3 x 1.5 re 19 x 1.5 re 40 x 1.5 re 10 x 1.5 33.3 21.3 23. cores x cross-sec.3 16.2 28.4 17. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.5 re 40 x 2.5 re 5 x 2.6/1 kV Part No.

minimum wall-thickness 0. – Semi-conducting compound. Semi-conducting type – Over the outer semi-conducting layer.4 mm 12/20 kV = 5.1. round. the advantages of XLPE-insulated medium voltage power cables are possessing a low dielectric factor. the XLPE-insulated medium voltage cables are designed with longitudinally water-proof screen including an additional swell tape and a PE outer sheath. 12/20 kV. wallthickness 0. a better dielectric constant value has an effect on the low mutual capacitance. Outer jacket – PE compound DMP2 according to HD 620. mechanical and thermal characteristics in medium voltage networks.5 ? 10–3 0.5 mm should not be exceeded.1 mm. 200% min. g. assuring the transion from thermoplastic to elastic condition.5 N/mm2 Continuation " â N 13 . red – Wall-thickness = 2.3 to 0. The good properties of XLPE-insulated cables remain constant at a long temperature range. Screen – Screening of copper wires must have a minimum diameter of 0.92 g/cm3 min. – Insulation nominal wall-thickness for 6/10 kV = 3. – Copper cross-section according to DIN VDE 0273 and 0276 to the corresponded table 2. Due to the heating and pressure the molecule chains are joined each other. The XLPE-insulation possesses very good electrical. In comparison to PVC and paper-insulated cables. multiwire stranded and compact. for 1 x 500 mm2/30 kV = 2. black or – PVC compound DMV6 according to HD 620. the shortcircuit to ground and the charging current of XLPEinsulated cables.5 K ? m/W 2.6 mm.4 min.5 mm 18/30 kV = 8.3 mm. a semi-conducting tape must be used. Characteristics of XLPE * permissible operating temperature – For permanent (normal) operation + 908 C In short circuit – +2508 C In overload operation and – damage by sea up to +1308 C * * * * * * * XLPE-insulated Conductor – Copper or aluminium. 0. taping).1 and 2YM3 to DIN VDE 0276 part 3. Moreover.6 mm N Specific heat resistance Dielectric constant Specific resistance (208 C) Loss factor (tan d) (208 C) Density Breaking strength Tensile strength 3. Inner semi-conducting layer – Semi-conducting compound.0 mm Outer semi-conducting layer – Outer semi-conducting layer is extruded together with the inner semi-conducting layer and the insulation in one working process and are spliced with each other. Due to various advantages. cross-linked. 12. Separator – Over the screen as well as under outer jacket. This type of insulation is excellent chemical resistant and also resistant to cold. a separating layer must be used (e. according to VDE 0295 and HD 383. 18/30 kV Since about 1970 the cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE)-insulated power cables has been used in Germany.1 and YM5 to DIN VDE 0207 part 5. compound type 2XI1 according to DIN VDE 0207 part 22 and HD 620. In order to prevent the penetration of moisture and also to extend the duration of life. 1016 Ohm ? cm max.Medium Voltage Power Cables 6/10 kV. Concentricity of conductor – The difference between the maximum and minimum value of 0. The manufacture of this sheath is based on high density polyethylene (HDPE). the XLPE-insulated type has vastly displaced the traditional classical paper-insulated types in many sectors.5 mm and over that a copper tape applied helically with a minimum thickness of 0. in which an additive organic peroxide is mixed. such as it is 100 times smaller than of PVC-insulated cables. cross-linked.5 mm. Insulation – Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE).

c. of cores x conductor cross-section x d d = permissible pulling tension N/mm2 2 – For Cu-conductor: 50 N/mm 2 – For Alu-conductor: 30 N/mm Current carrying capacity according to VDE 0276 part 620.5 times that of the diameter of the cable. in kV 48 Voltage test a.85 is recommended. 18/30 kV XLPE-insulated Laying of Cable In order to avoid any damage. in kV 15 Voltage test d. It must be ensured that the cables should not be pulled over the hard or sharp edges. The cable ends must be water-tight-sealed. c. the temperature should not be below the following values: * for XLPE-insulation + PVC jacket = – 58 C * for XLPE-insulation + PE jacket = –208 C Max. A laying depth of 60 to 80 cm is recommended.Medium Voltage Power Cables 6/10 kV. The inner diameter of the conduit should be at least 1. After cutting the length both ends must be sealed immediately.0 Voltage test a. 12/20 kV. a reduction of the current carrying capacity with a factor of 0. –5C or HD 620 S1 Laying in earth (ground) Laying depth * Earth temperature in the laying depth * Specific heat resistance * Load factor * Laying in conduits Cables for conduit systems laying in earth. the dielectric can be tested with alternating or direct current. c. For laying in conduits.8 m 208 C 1. in kV N 14 U0/U = 6/10 kV . Bending radius During the laying of XLPE cables.7 (EVU-Load) 308 C 1.0 K ? m/W 0. specially the influence of thermal insulation of air space between the cable and the inner wall of conduit should be considered. (voltage test = 1000 h) 18 Voltage test to cable system During the operation or after laying the medium voltage power cables. U0/U = 6/10 kV 24 34 up to 48 â Kind of voltage test 0. c.7 – 0. the XLPE-insulated medium voltage cables should carefully laid and installed. The test duration continues 30 minutes. Test voltages Kind of voltage test Voltage test in kV U0/U = 18/30 kV 45 144 54 76 up to 108 U0/U = 18/30 kV 36 U0/U = 12/20 kV 30 96 36 24 U0/U = 12/20 kV 67 up to 96 Voltage test a. Single conductor cables are normally arranged in a trefoil touching or tringular shape. the bending radius should not be below of the following values: * Cable without metal sheath = 15 x cable 1 * Cable with Alu-laminated sheath = 30 x cable 1 Temperature range During the installation. c. permissible tensile strength By pulling the conductors with a pulling head (not for armoured cables) P = No. in kV Laying in air Air temperature * Load factor (permanent load) * Voltage test d.

5 2. cores x cross-sec. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm PVCjacket thickness mm 2.5 2.5 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 5. 12 kV 12/20 kV = max.4 3.4 3.4 3.0 8.5 5.5 5.5 Outer 1 min.N2XSY 6/10 kV.0 8.0 8.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PVC outer jacket.5 5.0 8.4 3. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec.5 2.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV.0 8. this can also be laid easily in difficult line guideways.5 2. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3.0 8. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries.5 2.5 5. switch-boards and power stations. PVC-jacket XLPE-insulated Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to DIN VDE 0276 part 620.5 2.4 3.5 2. 12/20 kV.4 3. in indoors and in cable ducts.*) N2XSY 6/10 kV 32400 1 x 35 32401 1 x 50 32402 1 x 70 32403 1 x 95 32404 1 x 120 32405 1 x 150 32406 1 x 150 32407 1 x 185 32408 1 x 185 32409 1 x 240 32410 1 x 240 32411 1 x 300 32412 1 x 400 32413 1 x 500 N2XSY 12/20 kV 32414 1 x 35 32415 1 x 50 32416 1 x 70 32417 1 x 95 32418 1 x 120 32419 1 x 150 32420 1 x 150 32421 1 x 185 32422 1 x 185 32423 1 x 240 32424 1 x 240 32425 1 x 300 32426 1 x 400 32427 1 x 500 N2XSY 18/30 kV 32428 1 x 50 32429 1 x 70 32430 1 x 95 32431 1 x 120 32432 1 x 150 32433 1 x 185 32434 1 x 240 32435 1 x 300 32436 1 x 400 32437 1 x 500 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16* rm/25 rm/16* rm/25 rm/16* rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16* rm/25 rm/16* rm/25 rm/16* rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 3. mm 28 29 31 32 34 35 35 37 37 39 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 39 41 41 44 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 Cop. Application Suitable for installation mostly for power supply stations. To avoid the influence of the outer interferences.4 5. Due to the good laying characteristic.5 2. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620. No.5 2. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max. 18/30 kV Cu-conductor.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 2. jacket colour red Installation notes To guarantee an optimum on operating reliability the extruded semi-conductive layer is spliced with the insulation for long duration. compound DMV6 to HD 620.5 5. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Part No.5 2.0 8. For this reason we recommend a peeling tool for installation. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0.5 5.5 2. 15 x cable 1 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Cable structure – Circular bare Cu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE).5 2.5 2. screened.4 3. weight kg / km Weight ca.5 2.4 3.1.5 2.4 3.5 5. outdoors.5 2.0 518 662 860 1094 1334 1723 1725 1958 2059 2486 2587 3163 4234 5194 518 662 854 1094 1334 1622 1723 1958 2059 2486 2587 3163 4234 5194 662 854 1094 1334 1723 2059 2587 3163 4234 5194 905 1080 1310 1580 1860 2040 2210 2450 2580 3000 3130 3780 4670 5750 1110 1250 1510 1780 2070 2310 2420 2650 2810 3260 3360 4020 4930 6050 1480 1730 2060 2330 2720 3100 3730 4000 5330 6480 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil N 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 300 350 500 600 750 1000 * For cables laying in earth a screen-cross section of 16 mm2 is permitted.5 2. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1.5 5. single core. mm 23 24 26 27 29 30 30 32 32 34 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 34 36 36 39 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 max.5 2.4 3.0 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max.5 5. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max.5 2.5 2. Further types and dimensions on request. HD 620 S1 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –58 C – Operating temperature max.4 3.5 2. â N 15 .5 2.4 3. 12/20 kV.

0 8.5 2.4 3. Further types and dimensions on request.5 2. in indoors and in cable ducts. screened.4 3.4 3.5 2.4 3.5 2. HD 620 S1 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –58 C – Operating temperature max.5 2. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max.5 2. cores x cross-sec.5 2. mm 24 26 27 29 30 30 32 32 34 34 36 40 43 28 30 31 33 34 34 36 36 39 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 39 41 41 43 43 46 49 52 max.0 PVCjacket thickness mm 2.5 2.5 2.0 8. jacket colour red Installation notes see page N15 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Application Suitable for installation mostly for power supply stations. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max.5 2. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec.0 8.5 2.5 5.5 2. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Alu 0.5 2.5 2.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV.5 5.5 2. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries.0 8.5 2. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm 3.NA2XSY 6/10 kV.5 5.0 8. 15 x cable 1 Cable structure – Circular bare alu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE).0 8.5 2.5 2.5 5. 18/30 kV XLPE-insulated Alu-conductor.4 3. weight kg / km Alu weight kg / km Weight ca. N 16 â .5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.4 5.5 2.0 8. compound DMV6 to HD 620. outdoors.4 3.5 2. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max. switch-boards and power stations.4 3.5 2. kg / km NA2XSY 6/10 kV 32440 1 x 50 rm/16 32441 1 x 70 rm/16 32442 1 x 95 rm/16 32443 1 x 120 rm/16 32444 1 x 150 rm/16* 32445 1 x 150 rm/25 32446 1 x 185 rm/16* 32447 1 x 185 rm/25 32448 1 x 240 rm/16* 32449 1 x 240 rm/25 32450 1 x 300 rm/25 32451 1 x 400 rm/35 32452 1 x 500 rm/35 NA2XSY 12/20 kV 32453 1 x 50 rm/16 32454 1 x 70 rm/16 32455 1 x 95 rm/16 32456 1 x 120 rm/16 32457 1 x 150 rm/16* 32458 1 x 150 rm/25 32459 1 x 185 rm/16* 32460 1 x 185 rm/25 32461 1 x 240 rm/16* 32462 1 x 240 rm/25 32463 1 x 300 rm/25 32464 1 x 400 rm/35 32465 1 x 500 rm/35 NA2XSY 18/30 kV 32466 1 x 50 rm/16 32467 1 x 70 rm/16 32468 1 x 95 rm/16 32469 1 x 120 rm/16 32470 1 x 150 rm/16* 32471 1 x 150 rm/25 32472 1 x 185 rm/16* 32473 1 x 185 rm/25 32474 1 x 240 rm/16* 32475 1 x 240 rm/25 32476 1 x 300 rm/25 32477 1 x 400 rm/35 32478 1 x 500 rm/35 182 182 182 182 182 283 182 283 182 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 182 283 182 283 182 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 182 283 182 283 182 283 283 394 394 145 203 276 348 435 435 537 537 696 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 435 537 537 696 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 435 537 537 696 696 870 1160 1450 780 875 990 1110 1240 1310 1405 1460 1615 1660 1910 2315 2750 950 1110 1220 1310 1460 1520 1660 1720 1860 1910 2220 2620 3030 1260 1360 1510 1610 1760 1810 1960 2020 2210 2260 2560 2960 3460 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 * For cables laying in earth a screen-cross section of 16 mm2 is permitted.0 8.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PVC outer jacket. mm 29 31 32 34 35 35 37 37 39 39 41 45 48 33 35 36 38 39 39 41 41 44 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 44 46 46 48 48 51 54 57 Cop.5 5.5 8. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1.5 2.4 3.5 2.1. this can also be laid easily in difficult line guideways. 12 kV 12/20 kV = max.*) Part No.5 5. 12/20 kV. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620.5 2. Due to the good laying characteristic.0 8.5 2.4 3.4 3.5 2.5 2. 12/20 kV.5 2.5 5.4 3. PVC-jacket Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to DIN VDE 0276 part 620.5 5. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.6 Outer 1 min.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 2. To avoid the influence of the outer interferences. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0.5 2.5 2.0 8.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 5. single core.5 2.5 2.0 8. No.

5 2. 18/30 kV XLPE-insulated Cu-conductor.4 3. cores x cross-sec.0 8. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1.5 2.4 3. PE-jacket Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to IEC 60502.5 5. mm 23 24 26 27 29 30 30 32 32 34 34 36 40 43 27 28 30 31 33 34 34 36 36 39 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 max.4 3.5 5.0 8.5 2. This PE-jacket is not flame-resistant (does not conform the test method B.5 2.5 Outer 1 min.5 5. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec. The PE-outer jacket is resistant to high mechanical stress for laying the cables. No. 12/20 kV.5 5. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm PEjacket thickness mm 2.4 3.0 8.5 2. mm 28 29 31 32 34 35 35 37 37 39 39 41 45 48 32 33 35 36 38 39 39 41 41 44 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 Cop.*) Part No.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV.0 8.5 2. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max.5 5.0 8.5 2.5 2. kg / km N2XS2Y 6/10 kV 32480 1 x 35 rm/16 32481 1 x 50 rm/16 32482 1 x 70 rm/16 32483 1 x 95 rm/16 32484 1 x 120 rm/16 32485 1 x 150 rm/16* 32486 1 x 150 rm/25 32487 1 x 185 rm/16* 32488 1 x 185 rm/25 32489 1 x 240 rm/16* 32490 1 x 240 rm/25 32491 1 x 300 rm/25 32492 1 x 400 rm/35 32493 1 x 500 rm/35 N2XS2Y 12/20 kV 32494 1 x 35 rm/16 32495 1 x 50 rm/16 32496 1 x 70 rm/16 32497 1 x 95 rm/16 32498 1 x 120 rm/16 32499 1 x 150 rm/16* 32500 1 x 150 rm/25 32501 1 x 185 rm/16* 32502 1 x 185 rm/25 32503 1 x 240 rm/16* 32504 1 x 240 rm/25 32505 1 x 300 rm/25 32506 1 x 400 rm/35 32507 1 x 500 rm/35 N2XS2Y 18/30 kV 32508 1 x 50 rm/16 32509 1 x 70 rm/16 32510 1 x 95 rm/16 32511 1 x 120 rm/16 32512 1 x 150 rm/25 32513 1 x 185 rm/25 32514 1 x 240 rm/25 32515 1 x 300 rm/25 32516 1 x 400 rm/35 32517 1 x 500 rm/35 3. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries.5 2. screened. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620. weight kg / km Weight ca.5 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.N2XS2Y 6/10 kV.5 2.5 2. HD 620 S1 – Temperature range during installation up to –208 C – Operating temperature max.5 2.5 5. jacket colour black Installation notes To guarantee an optimum on operating reliability the extruded semi-conductive layer is spliced with the insulation for long duration.0 518 662 854 1094 1334 1622 1723 1958 2059 2486 2587 3163 4234 5194 518 662 854 1094 1334 1622 1723 1958 2059 2486 2587 3163 4234 5194 662 854 1094 1334 1723 2059 2587 3163 4234 5194 910 990 1205 1520 1760 2020 2130 2360 2470 2960 3020 3630 4560 5580 960 1160 1410 1670 1960 2220 2310 2620 2670 3160 3270 3880 4820 5860 1410 1660 1970 2220 2650 2980 3570 4220 5170 6260 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil N 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 300 350 500 600 750 1000 * For cables laying in earth a screen-cross section of 16 mm2 is permitted. â N 17 .5 2.5 2.1.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0.5 2. single core.5 2. 12/20 kV.5 2.5 2. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max. Application Suitable for indoor installation and in cable ducts.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2.4 3. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max.4 3.5 2. switch-boards and power stations.4 3. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. outdoors. as per VDE 0472 part 804). 12 kV 12/20 kV = max.0 8. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.5 2.5 2. compound DMP2 to HD 620.5 2.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PE-outer jacket black.0 8. Further types and dimensions on request.4 3.5 2. DIN VDE 0276 part 620.4 5.4 3.4 3.5 5.5 2. 15 x cable 1 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Cable structure – Circular bare cu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE). To avoid the influence of the outer interferences.5 2.0 8.0 8.5 2.5 5.4 3.5 5.5 2. For this reason we recommend a peeling tool for installation.4 3.5 5.

5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 2. jacket colour black Installation notes To guarantee an optimum on operating reliability the extruded semi-conductive layer is spliced with the insulation for long duration. cores x cross-sec. The PE-outer jacket is resistant to high mechanical stress for laying the cables. Application Suitable for indoor installation and in cable ducts. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max.5 2.5 2.5 2.4 5.5 5. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max.5 2.5 2. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max.4 3. mm 29 31 32 34 35 35 37 37 39 39 41 45 48 33 35 36 38 39 39 41 41 44 44 46 49 52 38 40 41 43 44 46 48 51 54 57 Cop.5 2. switch-boards and power stations.5 2. mm 24 26 27 29 30 30 32 32 34 34 36 40 43 28 30 31 33 34 34 36 36 39 39 41 44 47 33 35 36 38 39 41 43 46 49 52 max.4 3. 12 kV 12/20 kV = max. compound DMP2 to HD 620.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 2. 15 x cable 1 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Cable structure – Circular bare alu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE). outdoors. Further types and dimensions on request. To avoid the influence of the outer interferences. This PE-jacket is not flame-resistant (does not conform the test method B. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries.5 5.5 5. N 18 â .NA2XS2Y 6/10 kV.5 2.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2. 18/30 kV Alu-conductor.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PE-outer jacket black.5 2.0 8.0 8.5 2. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0. *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. as per VDE 0472 part 804).5 Outer 1 min. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno.4 3.0 8.4 3.5 2.5 5.4 3. HD 620 S1 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –208 C – Operating temperature max.4 3. No.4 3. For this reason we recommend a peeling tool for installation.5 2. 12/20 kV.5 5.0 PEjacket thickness mm 2.5 5.5 2.4 3.5 5. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Alu 0.5 2. 12/20 kV.0 8.4 3.5 2.5 2.1.0 8. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1.5 5. kg / km NA2XS2Y 6/10 kV 32520 1 x 50 rm/16 32521 1 x 70 rm/16 32522 1 x 95 rm/16 32523 1 x 120 rm/16 32524 1 x 150 rm/16* 32525 1 x 150 rm/25 32526 1 x 185 rm/16* 32527 1 x 185 rm/25 32528 1 x 240 rm/16* 32529 1 x 240 rm/25 32530 1 x 300 rm/25 32531 1 x 400 rm/35 32532 1 x 500 rm/35 NA2XS2Y 12/20 kV 32533 1 x 50 rm/16 32534 1 x 70 rm/16 32535 1 x 95 rm/16 32536 1 x 120 rm/16 32537 1 x 150 rm/16* 32538 1 x 150 rm/25 32539 1 x 185 rm/16* 32540 1 x 185 rm/25 32541 1 x 240 rm/16* 32542 1 x 240 rm/25 32543 1 x 300 rm/25 32544 1 x 400 rm/35 32545 1 x 500 rm/35 NA2XS2Y 18/30 kV 32546 1 x 50 rm/16 32547 1 x 70 rm/16 32548 1 x 95 rm/16 32549 1 x 120 rm/16 32550 1 x 150 rm/25 32551 1 x 185 rm/25 32552 1 x 240 rm/25 32553 1 x 300 rm/25 32554 1 x 400 rm/35 32555 1 x 500 rm/35 182 182 182 182 182 283 182 283 182 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 182 283 182 283 182 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 283 283 283 283 394 394 145 203 276 348 435 435 537 537 696 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 435 537 537 696 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 537 696 870 1160 1450 710 790 920 990 1110 1220 1260 1370 1480 1530 1820 2220 2570 890 970 1120 1210 1370 1420 1530 1570 1720 1830 2070 2460 2890 1120 1270 1380 1530 1720 1860 2110 2370 2820 3280 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 300 300 350 350 500 500 600 750 1000 300 350 500 600 750 1000 * For cables laying in earth a screen-cross section of 16 mm2 is permitted.5 2.0 8.5 2.5 2.5 5.0 8.5 2.5 2.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV. single core. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620.5 8. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.5 2.4 3. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm 3.5 2. screened.5 2. PE-jacket XLPE-insulated Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to DIN VDE 0276 part 620.4 3.*) Part No.0 8. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec. weight kg / km Alu weight kg / km Weight ca.

4 3. For this reason we recommend a peeling tool for installation.0 8.0 8.5 5.5 8.5 2.XLPE-insulated Cu-conductor.4 3. screened. weight kg / km Weight ca.5 2.4 3.0 8. 12/20 kV.4 3.5 2.5 2. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. mm2 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 35 35 PEjacket thickness mm 2. single core. as per VDE 0472 part 804). 12/20 kV.0 8.0 8. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Cu 0. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm 3.5 2. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0.5 2. Further types and dimensions on request. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max.5 2.5 2. longitudinally water-tight.4 5. jacket colour black Installation notes To guarantee an optimum on operating reliability the extruded semi-conductive layer is spliced with the insulation for long duration.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.5 5.5 5.4 3.4 3.5 2.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV.5 2.5 5.5 2.0 Screen crosssec. 12 kV 12/20 kV = max.4 3. To avoid the influence of the outer interferences. *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values.5 Outer 1 ca.0 8.5 2.5 2. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1.5 5.5 2. â N 19 .5 5. No. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.5 2.0 8.5 5.*) N2XS(F)2Y 6/10 kV 32560 1 x 35 32561 1 x 50 32562 1 x 70 32563 1 x 95 32564 1 x 120 32565 1 x 150 32566 1 x 185 32567 1 x 240 32568 1 x 300 32569 1 x 400 32570 1 x 500 N2XS(F)2Y 12/20 kV 32571 1 x 35 32572 1 x 50 32573 1 x 70 32574 1 x 95 32575 1 x 120 32576 1 x 150 32577 1 x 185 32578 1 x 240 32579 1 x 300 32580 1 x 400 32581 1 x 500 N2XS(F)2Y 18/30 kV 32582 1 x 50 32583 1 x 70 32584 1 x 95 32585 1 x 120 32586 1 x 150 32587 1 x 185 32588 1 x 240 32589 1 x 300 32590 1 x 400 32591 1 x 500 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 26 28 30 31 32 34 36 38 40 44 47 31 33 34 36 37 39 41 43 45 48 52 37 38 40 42 43 45 47 50 53 56 518 662 854 1094 1334 1723 2059 2587 3163 4234 5194 518 662 854 1094 1334 1723 2059 2587 3163 4234 5194 662 854 1094 1334 1723 2059 2587 3163 4234 5194 1050 1150 1460 1700 2030 2350 2700 3300 3900 4850 6000 1210 1400 1550 1800 2150 2400 2850 3250 3850 4900 6100 1700 1950 2300 2600 3000 3350 4100 4800 5750 6700 300 350 500 600 750 1000 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil N 300 350 500 600 750 1000 300 350 500 600 750 1000 Note For longitudinally and crosswise water-tight cable type N2XS(FL)2Y with PE-copolymere coated aluminium.5 2.4 3. switch-boards and power stations. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec.5 2. compound DMP2 to HD 620. Application Suitable for indoor installation and in cable ducts. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries. The PE-outer jacket is resistant to high mechanical stress for laying the cables. outdoors. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max.5 2.5 2.5 5. HD 620 S1 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –208 C – Operating temperature max.5 2. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Part No. 18/30 kV Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to DIN VDE 0276 part 620.5 2.1. PE-jacket N2XS(F)2Y 6/10 kV.4 3. 15 x cable 1 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Cable structure – Circular bare Cu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE).4 3.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Tape of longitudinally water-tight material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PE-outer jacket black.5 2.5 5.0 8.5 2. mm Cop.5 2.5 2.5 2. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max. This PE-jacket is not flame-resistant (does not conform the test method B. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620. cores x cross-sec.5 2.

5 2.5 2.5 2. This PE-jacket is not flame-resistant (does not conform the test method B. kg / km Hohlpreis DM / 100 m Alu 0.4 3.XLPE-insulated Alu-conductor.4 3.0 8. outdoors.*) NA2XS(F)2Y 6/10 kV 32600 1 x 35 32601 1 x 50 32602 1 x 70 32603 1 x 95 32604 1 x 120 32605 1 x 150 32606 1 x 185 32607 1 x 240 32608 1 x 300 32609 1 x 400 32610 1 x 500 NA2XS(F)2Y 12/20 kV 32611 1 x 50 32612 1 x 70 32613 1 x 95 32614 1 x 120 32615 1 x 150 32616 1 x 185 32617 1 x 240 32618 1 x 300 32619 1 x 400 32620 1 x 500 NA2XS(F)2Y 18/30 kV 32621 1 x 50 32622 1 x 70 32623 1 x 95 32624 1 x 120 32625 1 x 150 32626 1 x 185 32627 1 x 240 32628 1 x 300 32629 1 x 400 32630 1 x 500 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/35 rm/35 26 28 30 31 32 34 36 38 40 44 47 33 34 36 37 39 41 43 45 48 52 37 38 40 42 43 45 47 50 53 56 182 182 182 182 182 283 283 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 283 283 283 283 394 394 182 182 182 182 283 283 283 283 394 394 102 145 203 276 348 435 537 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 537 696 870 1160 1450 145 203 276 348 435 537 696 870 1160 1450 780 850 980 1080 1150 1280 1420 1630 1950 2350 2780 920 1030 1140 1250 1320 1570 1780 2100 2480 2900 1250 1500 1700 1800 2050 2150 2400 2700 3200 3550 300 350 500 600 750 1000 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil 300 350 500 600 750 1000 300 350 500 600 750 1000 *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. 15 x cable 1 Power ratings table see page T 35 f Cable structure – Circular bare alu-conductor of stranded wires to HD 383 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE).5 2.5 5.5 2.0 8. Application Suitable for indoor installation and in cable ducts. cores x cross-sec.4 3.5 2.5 2.5 2. The PE-outer jacket is resistant to high mechanical stress for laying the cables.5 2. compound DMP2 to HD 620. – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Part No.5 2.5 2. Note For longitudinally and crosswise water-tight cable type N2XS(FL)2Y with PE-copolymere coated aluminium.4 3. 12 kV 12/20 kV = max.5 2. PE-jacket NA2XS(F)2Y 6/10 kV.0 8.4 5.4 3. See DIN VDE 0298 part 1. switch-boards and power stations. – Standardla ¨ nge AWGno. To avoid the influence of the outer interferences.5 2.1. N 20 â .5 2. Further types and dimensions on request. 18/30 kV – Operating voltages for 6/10 kV = max. mm2 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 25 25 25 25 35 35 PEjacket thickness mm 2.0 8. underground and in water as well as for installation on cable trays for industries.5 2. 24 kV 18/30 kV = max. mm Cop. 36 kV – Test voltages for 6/10 kV = 15 kV 12/20 kV = 30 kV 18/30 kV = 45 kV – Minimum bending radius max.5 2.4 3.5 5.4 3. weight kg / km Alu weight kg / km Weigth ca.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV.5 5.5 Outer 1 ca.5 5. longitudinally water-tight.0 8. 12/20 kV. HD 620 S1 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –208 C – Operating temperature max.5 8.0 Screen crosssec. PE-compound DIX8 to HD 620.5 5. No. jacket colour black Installation notes To guarantee an optimum on operating reliability the extruded semi-conductive layer is spliced with the insulation for long duration.0 8.5 2.5 5.5 2.0 8. 908 C – Short circuit temperature 2508 C (short circuit duration up to 5 sec.5 2.5 2. screened.5 2. For this reason we recommend a peeling tool for installation.0 8.5 2.1 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Tape of longitudinally water-tight material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – Inner covering or tape lapping – PE-outer jacket black. as per VDE 0472 part 804).5 2.4 3. an adherent semi-conductive layer is extruded between the conductor and the VPE insulation and also a concentric copper conductor which guarantees the field-limitation and the resistance to the partial discharges # 2 pC by a measuring volt of 2 U0.5 2. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.5 2.5 2.5 5.4 3. n x mm2 Insulation thickness mm 3.5 2.5 2.0 8.5 5.4 3.5 2. 18/30 kV Technical data – XLPE-insulated power cables to DIN VDE 0276 part 620. single core.5 5.5 2. 12/20 kV.

293 0.4 3.3 Screen cross-sec.0601 Operating capacity mF / km 0.4 3.345 0.197 0.153 0.4 3. Limited use when buried in the earth if the PVC outer jacket could be damaged by high mechanical stress.5 2.311 0.456 0.323 0.00 0.4 PVCjacket thickness mm 2.4 3. Ground temperature 208 C. 2 and IEC 60228 cl.524 0.268 0. Suitable for installation in indoors and in cable ducts.4 3.160 0. EVU load grade 1. and thus the both semi-conducting layers are spliced very tightly.7. Air temperature 308 C.406 0.96 0.8 2.378 0. jacket colour red Application Because of its very low dielectric loss factor that remains constant over the entire operating range. For laying in air. PE-compound 2XI1 to DIN VDE 0207 part 22 – Outer extrusion of semi-conducting coating spliced with the insulation – Tape of conductive material – Screen of copper wires and one or two copper tape(s) applied helically – 3 cores stranded in layer – Extruded sheath over three cores – PVC outer jacket red. Installation note The inner semi-conducting layer.N2XSEY 3 x . High operational reliability is assured by the combination of both conducting layers in combination with the insulation. No.669 0. c.225 0. 2 – Inner semi-conducting coating – Core insulation of cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE). 48 kV – Power rating to DIN VDE 0298 part 2 – Minimum bending radius 15 x cable 1 – Tests according to DIN VDE 0273 und IEC 60502 – The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers Cable structure – Circular bare Cu-conductor of stranded wires to DIN VDE 0295 cl. weight kg / km 1046 1210 1670 2250 2995 3715 4635 5645 7274 9160 Weight ca.283 0. Conversion factors for laying in air Air temperature 8 C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Conversion factor 1. 12 kV – Test voltages 15 kV – Test voltages d.727 0.928 0.495 Effective resistance 908 C Ohm / km 0.494 0.247 0. mm2 16 16 16 16 16 16 25 25 25 25 Outer 1 ca.193 0.0991 0.315 0. kg / km AWGno.5 2.82 *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values. 908 C – Short circuit temperature core 2508 C screen 3508 C (duration) (short circuit duration up to 5 sec. cores x cross-sec.4 3.1 3.91 0. Part No.08 1. mm2 laying in earth1) 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 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 149 179 211 258 309 351 394 445 517 583 Power ratings laying in air2) 144 175 209 260 315 362 411 469 552 630 Conductor resistance 208 C Ohm / km 0.0991 0.0. We therefore recommend the use of a stripping tool for installation work.3 3.04 1.4 3.5 2.302 0.359 0.0754 0.343 0.124 0.374 0.338 0.203 0.129 0. mm2 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 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/16 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 rm/25 Insulation thickness mm 3.282 0.4 3.274 * * Conversion factors for laying in earth especially for laying in bundle form and other requirements are noted in DIN VDE 0298 part 2 and 0276 part 1000.87 0. .6 2.0803 Inductance per core mH / km 0. â N 21 . compound YM5 to DIN VDE 0207 part 5.4 3. mm Cop. EVU load grade 0. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15.) – Nominal voltages U0/U 6/10 kV – Operating voltages max.0 3. 6/10 kV.399 0. PVC-jacket Technical data – Three core XLPE-insulated power cables to VDE 0273 and IEC 60502 – Temperature range during installation up to –58 C – Operating temperature max.387 0.7 m. a high-grade insulation material on the basis of highmolecular pure polyethylene of crosslinked structure proves very suitable for medium-voltage cables.249 0. outdoors as well as for laying on racks for industrial and switching systems and power plants.*) 34339 34340 34341 34342 34343 34344 34345 34346 34347 34348 43 48 50 54 58 61 65 68 74 79 2850 3300 3750 4650 5700 6700 7900 9200 11450 14450 300 350 500 600 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 kcmil kcmil kcmil kcmil N Power ratings and electrical characteristics Cross-sec.9 3. .12 1. laying depth 0. XLPE-insulated Cu-conductor. core insulation and outer semi-conducting layer are co-extruded in one process. 1) 2) For ground thermal resistivity of 1 K ? m/W.

in railway systems. DIN 46440 – Conductor resistance at 208 C according DIN VDE 0283 part 100 – Temperature range –58 C to +708 C – Nominal voltage as per VDE 0105 part 1/5.ESUY (H00V-D) and ESY Earth conductors ESUY ESY Technical data ESUY (H00V-D) – Earthing cable of braid wires over core strands in adapted to DIN VDE 0283 part 3. These cables specially perform a protective function in repair live working of high voltage power supply company as “EVU“.2 19.20 4802 x 0.5 12.10 6383 x 0.5 22. DIN 46438.10 15300 x 0. kg / km 185 270 390 575 810 1080 1320 1680 AWGno. weight kg / km 155 240 336 480 672 912 1152 1440 Weigth ca.20 3822 x 0. The actual cross-section is in mm2 – see page T 15. weight kg / km 194 280 415 585 820 1090 1360 1650 2150 2750 Weigth ca.2 16. Because of that these are designated as safety cables.0 Cop. high flexibility to a wide temperature range and the behavior in high temperature. DIN 46440 – for further technical datas from conductor resistance – see above ESUY (H00V-D) Type ESUY (H00V-D).8 19.0 17.1 10. These earthing cables offer special characteristics with low weights. failing current equipment.5 14.10 23580 x 0.5 14.10 12100 x 0. N 22 â .5 24. 28940 28941 28942 28943 28944 28945 28946 28947 Conductor sizes mm2 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 Stranding x diameter 525 x 0.10 8918 x 0.6 31.10 30600 x 0. Note For further requirements see European Norm EN 61230 and DIN VDE 0683 part 100: “Live working – Portable equipment for earthing and earthing“ ESY – Bare copper. transparent (glass clear). mm 8.20 1120 x 0.20 2254 x 0.20 Outer 1 ca. 28930 28931 28932 28933 28934 28935 28936 28937 28938 28939 Conductor sizes mm2 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 Stranding x diameter 4200 x 0. alternating current systems and in networks of transmission and distribution.10 Outer 1 ca.07 3192 x 0. transparent (glass clear). compound type TM2 according DIN VDE 0281 part 1 Application ESUY (H00V-D) ESY These high flexible earth conductors are used for earthing of portable equipment and short-circuiting.*) 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil 350 kcmil 500 kcmil Type ESY. extra fine wire conductors. as these are: only used for earthing performances. high flexible Part No.*) 6 4 2 1 2/0 3/0 4/0 300 kcmil *) Note AWG sizes are approximate equivalent values.20 1617 x 0.20 798 x 0. and EN 61138.4 Cop.75 – Test voltage 2000 V – Spark test (during winding) 16 mm2 to 35 mm2 – 5000 V 50 mm2 to 70 mm2 – 6000 V 95 mm2 to 240 mm2 – 8000 V Insulation resistance – min. compound type TM2 according DIN VDE 0281 part 1 ESY – Earthing cable in adapted to DIN VDE 0283 part 3 and EN 61138.10 19152 x 0.8 21.0 12. 12 x cable 1 Cable structure ESUY (H00V-D) – Bare copper. The protective sheath over conductor assures the essential function for protection against the mechanical and chemical stresses.20 3087 x 0. 20 MOhm x km – Minimal bending radius approx. kg / km 230 335 475 670 905 1220 1505 1940 2390 3090 AWGno.5 10. flexible Part No.0 27. high flexible – Braiding of bare copper wires over the stranded copper conductor – PVC-jacket.8 25. Features For these cable types no nominal voltages are mentioned. mm 9. DIN 46438. fine wire conductors – Copper conductors of stranded wires – PVC-jacket.10 4480 x 0.

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