WIRES & CABLES

PVC INSULATED
HEAVY DUTY CABLES
1100 V.

Wiring the World

WIRES & CABLES

9001:2008

Polyc ab Wires PVt. Ltd.
(an ISO 9001:2008, 14001:2004, 18001:2007 Company)

14001:2004

Regd. & Head office :

OHSAS
18001:2007

Tel.
Fax

: 91-22-2432 7070 - 4, 6735 1400
: 91-22-2432 7075

E-mail : enquiry@polycab.com
Website : www.polycab.com

Jan 2012

Polycab House, 771, Pandit Satwalekar Marg,
Mahim (W), Mumbai 400 016.

Details make the Difference

IS 1554 (Part I)

P r o d u c t

R a n g e

L.V. PVC & XLPE POWER CABLES WITH
COPPER AND ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR
■ L.V. PVC & XLPE CONTROL CABLES WITH COPPER CONDUCTOR
■ M.V. POWER CABLES UPTO 33 kV
■ EHV CABLES FROM 66kV TO 220kV
■ M.V. / L.V. AERIAL BUNCHED CABLES (ABC)
■ zero halogen cables
■ FIRE SURVIVAL cables (fs)
■ INSTRUMENTATION CABLES SCREENED / UNSCREENED
■ industrial braided cables
■ THERMO COUPLE / COMPENSATING CABLES
■ lead sheathed cables
■ rubber cables
■ RAILWAY SIGNALLING CABLES
■ TELEPHONE CABLES – DRY & JELLY FILLED
■ BUILDING WIRES – fr / frls / frzh / frlf / frfs
■ Single core industrial Flexibles – pvc / fr / frls /
frzh / hrfr / hr / hr-frls / frlf / frfs
■ multi core industrial flexible cables
■ SUBMERSIBLE flat and round CABLES
■ SUBMERSIBLE Wrapped winding wires
■ COAXIAL CABLES
■ LAN CAT-5E / cat 6 CABLES
■ welding cables
■ solar AC / dc cables
■ steel braided cables
■ speciality cables – suited for marine / oil & gas /
extreme fire conditions / highly corrosive
environment / traffic / aircraft / space station /
automobiles

Production Facilities at Daman Factory
POLYCAB REGIONAL OFFICES
CHENNAI : Old No. 5/2, New No.9/2 Gopalkrishna Road, T-Nagar, CHENNAI - 600 017.
Tel: 044 42022775 / 32969257 • Fax: 044 42022774 • Email : chennai@polycab.com
BARODA : 9, Khushbu Corner, 56, Vishwas Colony, Alkapuri, BARODA - 390 007.
Tel: 0265 3252825 • Fax: 0265 3083366 • Email : gujarat@polycab.com
PUNE : 36, Sangam Project, Off. Indian Air Lines, Near RTO (PUNE), Ambedkar Road,
PUNE - 411 001. • Tel: 020 26058277 / 30209678 • Email : pune@polycab.com
BENGALURU : #104/6, 5th Cross, 5th Block, SSI Area, Rajajinagar, BENGALURU - 560 010.
Tel: 080 23102172 • Fax: 080 23102071 • Email : karnataka@polycab.com

SECUNDERABAD : 401, A, 4th floor, Suryakiran Complex, S. D. Road,
SECUNDERABAD - 500 003.
Tel: 040 66326228 / 30962600 • Fax: 040 66326229 / 3072355
Email : andhra@polycab.com
DELHI : O-13, 3rd Floor, Lajpat Nagar II, NEW DELHI - 110 024.
Tel: 011 29841721-24 • Fax: 011 29841697 • Email : north@polycab.com
KOLKATA : 1-3, A, South End Park, KOLKATA - 700 029.
Tel: 033 32929602-3 • Fax: 033 24197706 • Email : pwplkolkatta@polycab.com

Contents

Details make the difference

2

Introduction

3-5

Tables

6-21

Rating Factors

22-24

Selection of Cables & FRLS

25

Short Circuit Rating

26

Handling

27-28

1

Fire Survival & Fire Resistant Cables. Transmission & Distribution. From a modest beginning with Wires and Cables. • Technical Support for Applications/ Projects CUSTOMER FOCUSED POLYCAB derives its strength from its customers. Ltd. an ISO 9001:2008. Polycab group has crossed Rs. Medium Voltage Cables. • Reliable & just in time delivery.The last 3 decades have seen the core business develop along different product lines: . POLYCAB has highly experienced qualified and dedicated professionals with strong adherence to the quality management system. Polycab LT PVC Cables are preferred choice in Power Plants. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION In an on going process to improve Customer Satisfaction Polycab offers a variety of services: • Commercially competitive prices. DETAILS MAKE THE D I F F E R E N C E More than 3 decades of experience have enabled POLYCAB to develop a specific know how for each individual productline. • Reliable & consistent quality. Instrumentation Cables and Aerial Bunched Cables. Polycab Wires Pvt. over three decades ago Polycab set up State of Art manufacturing facilities at Daman in 1996. Attention to details allows the company to apply optimum technical solutions and material selections to each and every different project or application. Extra High Voltage Cables. HT Cables upto 45KV EHV Cables upto 132Kv Fire Survival Cables.Low Voltage Cables. In the manufacture of cables. takes every precaution to ensure the information given in this publication is correct. Distribution Systems. EPC contractors. Petroleum & Oil Refineries. Heavy Industries. OHSAS 18001:2007 company is the largest Wire & Cable manufacturer in India with a proven track record of over three decades. 2 . Several thousands kilometers of LT PVC Cables in the voltage range of 1. Polycab’s Daman factory was created to address these key market determinants. Other available Catalogues: Flexible Cables LT XLPE Power & Control. The Titans of Indian Industry & Consultants / Specifiers. 4000 crore turnover in the year 2011–12. ISO 14001:2004. Nuclear Power. The manufacturing set up is sourced out from the world renowned Machinery and Technology suppliers with constant upgradation and expansions. guaranteeing reliability and ready availability. Chemical.Details make the difference THE COMPANY POLYCAB. a competitive edge lies not so much in product innovation as in providing consistent quality. E & O. Over the years sincere service and dedication to its Customers has earned the Company distinguished Customers which includes demanding leaders in Sectors like Utilities. all information is subject to change without notice. • Product development for a changing market. Polycab has offices all over the country and also has a wide network of authorized distributors and dealers to cater to all the customer segments in India and abroad. The fastest growing company in the Indian Cable Industry with consistent growth. The growth of the latter is a prerequisite to the growth of the company and hence customers’ satisfaction is its prime objective.E. Cement. Various Utilities. Atomic Energy. • A targeted stocking policy. POLYCAB has earned the trust and reputation in India and abroad by winning the customers’ confidence. Consultants & Specifiers etc. Power Generation. Oem’s.1KV have been manufactured and are in operation in India and abroad. Telecommunication Cables. Steel & Metal. 3600 crore turnover in the year 2010-11 and is set to achieve Rs.

Blue and Black. 5831 which is suitable for 70 deg. Black. Yellow. Five Core : Red. LAYING UP The cores are laid up with suitable lay. These cables can be used on DC systems for rated voltage up to and including 1500 volts to earth. Three & Half : Red. Black.e. the cores move to your right hand.S. weight and overall diameter. Where crimping of lugs are required.S. This construction provides more flexibility.S.S. The cables are suitable for use on AC single phase or three phase (earthed or unearthed) systems for rated voltage up to and including 1100 volts.PVC insulated LT Heavy Duty cables are as per IS-1554 (Part I) 1988 and are suitable for fixed installations. 4 Core – 90 degree and 3. These segments are identified as 2 Core – 180 degree. CONDUCTOR CONSTRUCTION The most economical construction for conductor is solid conductor i.e. a) EXTRUDED INNERSHEATH: Here the innersheath is provided by extrusion of Thermoplastic over the laid up cores. Blue and Yellow (Counting and direction core) And remaining Grey in each layer.mm in copper.e in control cables and in power cables upto 10 sq. Aluminium oxide film which is always present on Aluminium conductor surface acts as barrier and it protects the Aluminium conductor from corrosion in fumes laden atmosphere.C continuous operation.5 Core – 100/60 degree. The following colour code is used for identification : Single Core : Red. formations. Yellow or Blue. INSULATION The PVC covering over conductor is called insulation and is provided by extrusion process only. & Grey Six Cores : Two adjacent cores. shaped conductors are employed in bigger sized cables. In this case stranded construction is adopted.mm in Aluminium and upto 6 sq. solid conductor becomes more stiff and hence difficult to handle. I. Two Cores : Red and Black Three Cores : Red. This type of the innersheath also acts as a water barrier between cores 3 . 1554 permits two types of PVC insulation as follows : 1) Insulation with TYPE A PVC compound as per I. Yellow. To economise in insulating material. OR By printing numbers on each core. Yellow and Blue. It is provided to give circular shape to the cable and it provides bedding for the armouring. etc. I. As copper has got higher affinity for sulphur. In these conditions tinned copper should be used. The strands are arranged in spiral layers in 1+6+12+18+……. This type of the innersheath is generally provided in cables having round cores i.mm size. PVC. Four Core : Red. As the area of conductor increase. conductor is made of one single wire. The insulated conductor is called core. CONDUCTOR The most acceptable metals for conductors are copper and aluminium due to their higher conductivity and ductility. if you look along the cable. 1554 permits solid conductor construction upto 10 sq. INNERSHEATH Innersheath is provided over the laid up cores.. It permits the use of shaped conductors for sizes from 16 sq.C continuous operation.mm onwards. Blue. Yellow. 3 Core – 120 degree. Here the stranded conductor is shaped in to a segment of a circle so that when all the cores are laid. they form a complete circle.S. Polyethylene. it corrodes in the atmosphere where sulphur fumes are present. Here the conductor is made of number of strands. the conductor has to be of stranded construction only. 2) Insulation with TYPE C PVC compound as per I. The final layer always has a right hand lay i. Blue and Reduced neutral Black.e. 1554 permits following two methods of applying the innersheath of any thermoplastic material i. 5831 which is suitable for 85 deg. I.

To achieve this. 1554 specifies nominal and minimum thicknesses of outer sheath for unarmoured cables and only minimum thickess of outer sheath for armoured cables. Fertilizer and Cement Plants many PVC cables are bunched in the cable shaft or on cable trays. In mines. ARMOURING In case of armoured cables. In case of single core armoured cables for use in AC circuits. the resistance of the armour in no case should exceed the resistance of the main core by more than 33% for safety reasons. Chemical. the manufacturers always provide steel strip armouring unless wire armouring is specially specified.e. As strip construction is economical. In the modern Power. It provides mechanical protection to inside cores and it carries earth return current in case of a short circuit of a core with armour.S. 1554 (Part I) 1988. used along with galvanized steel wires. where calculated diameter under armour is upto 13 mm. These magnetic lines which are oscillating in case of AC current will give rise to eddy current in magnetic armouring and hence armouring will become hot. the fire becomes self sustaining. It is generally employed in cables having sector shaped cored i. OUTERSHEATH As per I. Above this the armouring is either with round wire or strip of size 4 mm x 0. the material for armouring has to be non magnetic. Generally hard drawn aluminium wires / strip are used for armouring in this case. PVC has got fire retardant properties due to its halogen content. sometimes tinned hard drawn copper wires are required to be 4 The PVC covering over the armouring in case of armoured cables and over the innersheath in case of unarmoured cables is called outersheath. b) TAPPED INNERSHEATH: Here the innersheath is provided by wrapping a thermoplastic tape over the laid up cores.mm and above. which is suitable for 85°C continuous operation. generally galvanized steel wire / strip armouring is provided over the innersheath in multicore cables and Aluminium Round Wire or Aluminium Strip over the insulation in single core cables. 1) Outer sheath with type ST1 PVC compound as per IS-5831. I. as strip construction provides higher resistance to earth fault current and sometimes this current may not be sufficient to operate the circuit breaker in case of earth fault.80 mm. It permits the following types of outer sheath PVC compounds. 2) Outer sheath with Type ST2 PVC compound as per IS-5831. In case of a puncture in the outersheath the water can not reach to the cores and hence we recommend that cables for outdoor underground uses should have extruded innersheath. round wire armouring is must.S. Sometimes two layers of Round Steel Wire or Steel Strip are applied in opposite direction with barrier tape in between are provided to give extra protection. The fire in the cable gets extinguished immediately on removal of the fire source. round wire armouring is provided in cable. In long run of cables and in case of mines. and this may lead to the failure of the cable. multicore cables of 16 sq. as in this case the return current is not passing through the same cable and hence it will not cancel the magnetic lines produced by the current. In case of fire in these cables. This method saves a process and hence manufacturers always provide this type of innersheath unless the purchase specifications ask for extruded innersheath.PVC insulated LT Heavy Duty cables are as per IS-1554 (Part I) 1988 and are suitable for fixed installations. which is suitable for 70°C continuous operation. and outersheath. Moreover due to the burning of PVC a dense corrosive .

The best way to check the length of the supplied cable is by resistance method. steel strip armoured and PVC sheathed cable.e. This PVC compound.mm.mm AYFY: Aluminium conductor. Fire Retardant Low Smoke PVC was developed. Steel strip armoured and PVC sheathed cable having 3 cores of 50 sq. particularly that of the sector shaped conductor.R. (For more information please refer our catalogue on FRLS cables). Then find out the weight of the conductor in gms per meter length. round wire armoured and PVC sheathed cable.50 sq. apart from meeting the requirements of Type ST2 as per IS-5831. wire armoured and PVC sheathed cable having 4 cores of 4.mm AYWY: Aluminium conductor. has got better fire retardant properties and it emits lower smoke and acid fumes when it catches fire. laid up.mm conductor size. Take weight of a small conductor piece and measure its weight in grams. CABLE CODE The following codes are used for designating the cables as per IS-1554. Due to this there is an extensive damage to the property. wire armoured and PVC sheathed cable having 3 cores of 2. 3 ½ core x 50 sq.I.9 in case of copper.I. PVC insulated. HCL content of the smoke. Take the resistance of the full drum and divide the reading by the resistance of 1 mtr. If required. PVC insulated. innersheathed. They should never be used as criteria to check the lengths of the cables supplied.50 sq. we can provide Fire Retardant Low Smoke (FRLS) PVC Inner sheath and / or outer sheath. Divide it by 2. G. PVC insulated. insulation increase the rating given The weights of the cables mentioned in the following tables are approximate and given for guidance only. laid up. G. The following tables give construction details of Polycab cables as per IS: 1554 ({Part I) 1988. due to poor visibility and toxic nature of the smoke.7 in case of Aluminium and by 8. AYFY means Aluminium conductor. innersheathed. innersheathed. smoke is emitted which makes fire fighting very difficult. PVC insulated. To decide the size of the conductor. laid up.0 sq.mm conductor size.mm and 1 core of 25 sq.PVC insulated LT Heavy Duty cables are as per IS-1554 (Part I) 1988 and are suitable for fixed installations. not only damages other costly equipment lying nearby.mm YWY : Plain Copper conductor. length. but also penetrates the RCC and corrodes the steel reinforcement. 4 core x 4. It will give the area of the conductor in sq. we recommend the following method.mm conductor size. 3 Core x 2. To overcome these deficiencies FRLS i. For current rating of Polycab cables with H. EXAMPLES in the following tables by 15%. 5 . PVC insulated. CONSTITUENT CODE LETTER COPPER CONDUCTOR — ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR A PVC INSULATION Y STEEL ROUND WIRE ARMOUR W STEEL STRIP ARMOUR F STEEL DOUBLE ROUND WIRE ARMOUR WW STEEL DOUBLE STRIP ARMOUR FF PVC OUTER SHEATH Y YWY means Copper conductor.0 sq.

80 1.0 21.610 44 39 *10 1.0 610 0.0 430 0.0 1.4 2.0 1.0 22.061 410 345 630 3.5 4 x 0.80 1.0 1. mm mm mm mm Kgs.9 4 x 0.2 2.3 1.0 1.6 51.080 50 51 16 1.0 710 0.3 1.3 1.1 KV SINGLE CORE.320 120 1.100 400 2.0 2.164 265 240 240 2.8 9.0 1. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.029 * If required.0 530 0.4 1.641 70 1.4 2.443 145 140 95 1.061 630 3.80 1.0 2920 0.9 4 x 0.080 16 1.206 185 2.8 7.8 8.0 28.9 1.80 1.5 235 0.100 *2.0 30.24 14.4 1.641 120 120 70 1.80 1.9 4 x 0.88 48.Thickness of Thickness Overall Weight of Conductor tional Area Insulation of Outer Diameter Cable Resistance Sheath at 20°C Sq.0 25.8 17.6 2.037 1000 3.4 43.80 1.0 230 1.40 24.0 1100 0.0 4300 0.206 230 220 185 2.0 3255 0.3 1.0 90 4.mm mm mm mm mm mm kg/mm Ohm/Km Amps Amps *4 1.0 1500 0.2 1.047 800 3.610 *10 1.40 29. 15 21 27 35 47 64 84 105 130 155 190 220 250 290 335 380 435 480 550 640 720 . these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Current Ratings In Duct In Air 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables Amps 33 42 56 71 93 110 130 155 180 200 220 240 270 295 335 355 395 420 445 Amps 30 37 51 65 84 100 115 135 155 170 190 210 225 245 275 295 320 350 380 Amps 32 41 56 72 99 120 150 185 215 240 270 305 350 395 455 490 560 650 735 Amps 27 35 47 64 84 105 130 155 190 220 250 290 335 380 435 480 550 640 720 TABLE 2 “POLYCAB” 1. Approx. Max.24 13.5 735 0.0 1250 0.0 175 4. PVC INSULATED ALUMINIUM WIRE / STRIP ARMOURED & PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS:1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Armour Nominal Approx.24 11. PVC INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS:1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.0 1910 0.24 16.100 335 295 400 3.0 3510 0.6 2.0 1665 0.0 105 3.80 1.0 75 7.200 35 1. 17 24 31 39 51 66 86 100 120 140 175 195 220 240 270 295 325 345 390 440 490 Amps.078 500 3.1 4 x 0. 18 25 32 41 56 72 99 120 150 185 215 240 270 305 350 395 455 490 560 650 735 Amps.2 1.868 50 1.40 26.0 55 18.0 385 0.0 1020 0.868 97 100 50 1. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-1 “POLYCAB” 1.164 240 2.04 53.8 13.9 4 x 0.047 435 390 800 3.8 19.5 195 1. 21 28 36 44 54 75 97 120 145 170 205 230 265 300 335 370 410 435 485 525 570 Amps.320 170 175 120 1.40 22.078 370 325 500 3.029 570 490 * If required.8 1.2 38.80 2.8 7.24 15.56 36.56 32.910 25 1.80 1.7 1.0 350 0.0 2350 0.253 205 195 150 2.5 3960 0.8 15.0 2. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also 6 Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Duct In Air 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables Amps.0 140 1. 19 25 33 42 56 71 93 110 130 155 180 200 220 240 270 295 335 355 395 420 445 Amps.4 1. Dc Cross Thickness Aluminium Aluminium Thickness Overall Weight of Conductor Direct In Ground Sectional of of Outer Diameter Cable Resistance Wire Dia Strip 2 Cables 3 Cables Area Insulation at 20°C Thickness Sheath Sq.4 1.0 1.72 44.8 2.0 305 0.125 300 270 300 2.0 4 x 0.9 4 x 0.8 10.100 *4.40 20.5 65 12.1 KV SINGLE CORE.037 525 440 1000 3.5 0.4 2.0 515 0.8 11. Approx.4 4 x 0.4 1.7 1.80 1. 17 24 30 37 51 65 84 100 115 135 155 170 190 210 225 245 275 295 320 350 380 Amps.56 40. Max.5 0.200 97 86 35 1.4 2.6 1.910 75 66 25 1.410 *6.410 36 31 *6 1.125 300 2.0 300 1.80 1.7 4 x 0.253 150 1.40 21.4 47. Dc Cross Sec.5 1.0 2685 0.Weight.4 1.0 205 3.0 610 0.0 885 0.4 1.4 1.0 1335 0.443 95 1.5 1.4 1.2 34.8 12.24 18.24 12./Km Ohm/Km *1.3 4 x 0.4 1.0 2130 0.0 840 0. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.0 155 7.

0 2.4 1.0 460 0.2 38.9 4 x 0.4 2.40 22.0 1770 0.24 11.3 1.24 18. mm mm mm mm mm mm Kgs/Km Ohm/Km Amps.8 9.0 170 1.80 1. 22 30 39 49 65 85 110 130 155 190 220 250 280 305 345 375 400 425 470 Amps. 20 27 35 44 60 82 110 130 165 205 245 280 320 370 425 475 550 590 660 7 .4 1.40 24.7 1.610 46 39 *6 1. 42 54 72 92 120 140 165 200 230 255 280 305 340 370 405 430 465 Amps.0 1.8 2.Weight.80 1.5 0.2 1.0 130 3.56 40.5 1.0 100 4.80 1.124 340 280 185 2.4 1. 21 29 38 48 64 83 110 125 150 175 200 220 245 260 285 310 335 355 375 Amps.0 1. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Duct In Air 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables Amps.4 2. 24 32 43 54 72 92 125 155 190 235 275 310 345 390 445 500 570 610 680 Amps.40 21.56 36.0 1.0 5230 0.268 220 190 95 1.4 1.047 500 400 500 3.4 1.1 KV SINGLE CORE. Amps.24 13.2 1.8 13.80 1.0 575 0.24 14.080 57 49 *10 1.0 4150 0.0 28.0 270 1.100 *2.4 1.0 25.0 1. Dc Cross Sec.6 2.193 120 1.0 1460 0.037 540 425 630 3. Dc Cross Thickness Aluminium Aluminium Thickness Overall Weight of Conductor Direct In Ground Sectional of of Outer Diameter Cable Resistance Wire Dia Strip Area Insulation Sheath at 20°C 2 Cables 3 Cables Thickness Sq.5 1665 0.8 15.5 82 7.387 70 1. 25 35 46 57 75 94 125 150 180 220 265 300 340 380 420 465 500 540 590 Amps.4 4 x 0.2 34.610 *6.4 1.0 2170 0.80 1.060 465 375 400 3.0 6820 0.1 4 x 0.060 400 2. 43 54 72 92 125 155 190 235 275 310 345 390 445 500 570 610 680 Amps.0 30. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-3 “POLYCAB” 1.524 150 130 50 1.Thickness of Thickness Overall Weight of Conductor tional Area Insulation of Outer Diameter Cable Resistance Sheath at 20°C Sq.24 16.40 29. PVC INSULATED ALUMINIUM WIRE / STRIP ARMOURED & PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS:1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Armour Nominal Approx.0 22.8 10.268 95 1.370 630 3.80 1.8 1. Max.9 1.4 1.0 2040 0. Max.150 25 1.9 4 x 0. 35 44 60 82 110 130 165 205 245 280 320 370 425 475 550 590 660 TABLE-4 “POLYCAB” 1.524 50 1.0 215 3.6 2.80 1.8 19.80 1.153 300 250 150 2.24 15.8 12.72 44.0 1105 0.028 590 470 * If required.40 26.6 1.0 1.8 11.0 4400 0.5 350 0. 23 31 42 54 72 92 120 140 165 200 230 255 280 305 340 370 405 430 465 Amps.4 1.0 3200 0.3 1.8 7.387 180 155 70 1.099 240 2. *4 1.0 740 0.727 125 110 35 1.3 1.2 2.280 * If required.0 21.0 620 0.8 7.0 3360 0.0 1200 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.7 1.3 1.80 1.0 330 1.0 2.0 240 1.0 970 0.5 1.0 6600 0.099 380 305 240 2.830 75 65 16 1. Approx.4 1.8 8. COPPER CONDUCTOR.0 5450 0.0 2740 0.047 500 3. mm mm mm mm Kgs.0 4 x 0.0 180 4.410 *4.24 12.0 65 12.40 20./Km Ohm/Km *1.5 0.5 4 x 0.193 265 220 120 1.9 4 x 0.5 455 0.3 4 x 0. PVC INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS:1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.8 17.0 2590 0.075 300 2.124 185 2.0 1.56 32.0 820 0.150 94 85 25 1.727 35 1.153 150 1.4 43.1 KV SINGLE CORE.0 1355 0. Approx. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Current Ratings In Duct In Air 2 Cables 3 Cables 2 Cables 3 Cables Amps.830 16 1.075 420 345 300 2. 38 48 64 83 110 125 150 175 200 220 245 260 285 310 335 355 375 Amps.080 *10 1.7 4 x 0.

7 0. Weight of Cable Kgs.2 0.7 0.8 11.0 50.9 0.100 0.5 500 3. PVC INSULATED.125 0.68 * If required.9 0.410 4.0 0.56 120 1.3 1.5 2.72 185 2.5 15.40 50 1.0 18.2 33.8 2.4 1.320 0. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-5 “POLYCAB” 1.8 17.1 KV TWIN CORE.8 0.3 1.8 1.88 240 2.2 51.3 0.6 42.4 0.0 1.100 7.610 3.2 0.0 0.0 * If required.5 0. mm mm mm mm mm mm *1.0 18.410 4.8 0./Km 320 380 450 500 600 500 650 750 950 1150 1460 1670 2010 2450 2950 3560 4500 5600 Ohm/Km 18.40 35 1.8 1.0 0.0 *4.3 2. mm mm mm mm mm *1. Flat Thickness of Inner of Outer Steel Wire Steel Strip Sheath Nominal Dia. Overall Diameter Approx.3 1.4 37.6 0.910 1.3 1.4 0.8 1.320 0.0 31.4 34.3 2.8 1. INNER SHEATHED.8 1.3 1.910 1./Km 115 150 185 220 275 285 405 490 650 800 1065 1250 1550 1880 2400 2920 3815 4750 Max.5 45.4 0.080 1.8 2.0 16 1.443 0.0 56.5 0.100 0.7 3.0 0.0 62.6 0.0 1.5 28.24 *10 1.4 0.1 KV TWIN CORE.5 *6. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air mm 12.0 16.3 0. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also 8 Approx.6 0.2 0. Cross Thickness of Thickness of Thickness of Overall Sectional Insulation Inner Sheath Outer Sheath Diameter Area Sq.0 0.253 0.061 Amps.5 0.4 1.0 150 1.0 0.3 2.100 12.5 *10 1.2 0.164 0. 18 25 32 40 55 70 90 110 135 160 190 210 240 275 320 355 385 410 Amps.100 7.3 1.206 0.0 185 2.4 0.0 19.5 24.5 35 1.5 Kgs.36 500 3.0 0.4 0.078 0.078 0.0 20.443 0.24 *6. 16 21 27 35 47 59 78 99 125 150 185 210 240 275 325 365 420 450 TABLE-6 POLYCAB 1.8 1.0 21.40 70 1.2 28. 16 21 27 35 47 59 78 99 125 150 185 210 240 275 325 365 420 450 .0 240 2.100 12.8 14.4 2.6 0.5 120 1. PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS: 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE.0 24.200 0.24 *2.6 0. Round Galv.164 0.7 3.4 1.4 57.3 1.2 0.4 0.061 Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Amps. INNER SHEATHED.8 0.0 0.0 95 1.3 1. Nominal Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.4 2. UNARMOURED.4 0.0 0.5 0. 18 25 32 40 55 70 90 110 135 160 190 210 240 275 320 355 385 410 Amps.8 2.0 20. Weight of Cable Max.56 95 1.0 70 1.5 400 2.080 1.04 300 2.5 0.868 0.3 0.2 0.0 1.0 33.5 300 2. 16 21 27 34 45 58 76 92 115 140 170 190 210 240 275 305 345 370 Amps.8 1.3 1.6 2.5 25 1.20 400 2.4 0.8 1.5 50 1.0 0.6 0.Weight.200 0. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also Approx.4 2.253 0.5 0.0 40.868 0.0 0.56 150 1.641 0. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.610 3.0 *2.3 1.8 13.125 0. Nominal Sheath Thickness Sq.8 0.8 2.8 12. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Ohm/Km 18.6 0.24 *4.4 1.0 0.5 13.641 0.8 16.3 1.4 1.0 1. PVC INSULATED. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Armour Minimum Thickness Galv.3 2.3 0.3 0.0 37.8 45.40 25 1.5 2.206 0. 16 21 27 34 45 58 76 92 115 140 170 190 210 240 275 305 345 370 Amps. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.0 27.24 16 1.8 1.

3 2.40 35 1.8 1.150 0. Weight Of Cable Max.5 0.8 0.3 1.8 0.8 1. 20 27 35 44 58 75 97 120 145 180 215 235 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.047 Amps.4 1.5 50 1.3 2.150 0.4 0.2 28.7 3.193 0.3 2.40 25 1.0 1.524 0. Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Nominal Thickness of Outer Sheath Approx.0 0. 23 32 41 50 70 90 115 140 165 205 240 275 310 350 405 450 490 Amps.0 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.2 0.060 0.0 16 1. Overall Diameter Approx. 20 27 35 45 60 78 105 125 155 195 230 265 305 350 410 465 530 TABLE-8 POLYCAB 1.5 2.0 37.2 0.5 * If required.387 0.268 0. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Nominal Thickness of Thickness Insulation of Inner Sheath Armour Minimum Thickness Galv.8 1.5 0./Km 135 185 235 295 400 485 715 925 1270 1670 2250 2750 3410 4170 5370 6640 8770 Ohm/Km 12.0 27.0 0. Round Galv.5 25 1.075 0.0 0.0 18.0 20.6 2.3 0.124 0.3 1.24 16 1.8 1. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-7 “POLYCAB” KV TWIN CORE.5 15.124 0.8 14.2 0.2 33.0 0.0 18.3 0.099 0. Thickness Sq.8 0. 20 27 35 44 58 75 97 120 145 180 215 235 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.20 400 2.8 16.2 0.5 13.6 0. INNER SHEATHED UNARMOURED.075 0.36 * If required.7 0. Weight of Cable Max.8 2. PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS: 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE.88 240 2.3 1.5 24.8 13.727 0.3 1. Overall Diameter Sq.080 1.5 45.24 *2.4 34.2 0.3 1.0 150 1. mm mm mm mm mm mm *1.0 16.0 95 1.3 1.0 70 1.0 0.4 0.5 *10 1.04 300 2.5 0.4 0.9 0.1 KV TWIN CORE.0 31. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Direct In Ground Current Ratings In Ducts In Air mm 12.3 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.8 0.0 240 2. Flat of Outer Steel Wire Steel Strip Sheath Nominal Nominal Dia.4 1.830 1.4 0.3 1.080 1.0 40.0 *2.56 95 1.4 0.4 0.6 0.0 55. PVC INSULATED.3 1.8 45.8 1.0 56.3 1.3 1.0 185 2. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Direct In Ground Current Ratings In Ducts In Air Kgs.410 4. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Approx.830 1.610 3.047 Amps.9 Kgs.3 1.5 120 1.153 0.4 1.610 3.4 2.3 0.0 0.40 70 1.6 42.72 185 2.4 0. PVC INSULATED.4 0.524 0.2 51.099 0.6 0.0 1.24 *6.0 1.100 7.268 0. 23 32 41 50 70 90 115 140 165 205 240 275 310 350 405 450 490 Amps.0 21.5 35 1.2 0.727 0.5 0.5 *6.Weight.0 33.5 0.8 12.8 2. 20 27 35 45 60 78 105 125 155 195 230 265 305 350 410 465 530 9 . INNER SHEATHED.5 0.4 2.387 0.4 1.8 2.56 120 1.5 300 2.0 20.3 2.0 0.8 1.0 0.0 24.8 11.24 *4.56 150 1.5 28.193 0.3 0.9 0. mm mm mm mm mm *1.6 0.5 400 2.4 1. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also Approx.153 0.0 19.0 *4.4 0.0 0.4 37.6 0.8 1.8 1.8 1.40 50 1./Km 350 415 500 580 730 740 960 1200 1580 2020 2650 3160 3870 4750 5930 7300 9450 Ohm/Km 12.4 2.0 1.410 4.5 2.6 0.100 7.6 0.060 0.8 17.24 *10 1.

Thickness Sq.84 * If required.3 1.0 1.4 0.3 1.0 0.8 16.8 0.7 3. 13 18 23 30 40 51 70 86 105 130 155 180 205 240 280 315 375 410 TABLE-10 “POLYCAB” 1.40 25 1. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Ohm/Km 18.9 0.8 1.320 0.6 0.5 0.3 0.5 *4.3 0.3 0.206 0.5 16 1.3 1. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also Approx.0 22.206 0.6 0. mm mm mm mm mm mm *1.3 1. Flat Steel Wire Steel Strip Nominal Nominal Dia.3 2.080 1.5 14.0 185 2.20 300 2.100 12.6 2.6 45.443 0.868 0.6 0.641 0.4 0.253 0. INNER SHEATHED.4 1.078 0.4 0. PVC INSULATED.0 95 1.4 2.0 34. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-9 “POLYCAB” 1.24 *4.0 27.4 63.100 12. 14 18 23 30 39 50 63 77 95 115 140 155 175 200 235 260 290 310 Amps.1 KV THREE CORE.868 0.4 0.8 1.2 0.7 3.6 0. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air mm 12. Overall Diameter Approx.72 150 1. Weight Of Cable Kgs.8 2.0 0.3 1.0 31.0 240 2.125 0.8 50.080 1.56 120 1.5 0.100 7.40 35 1.0 300 2.3 2.6 0.88 185 2.4 0.3 0.5 2.2 0.6 0.40 50 1.8 2.8 2.5 500 3./Km 130 170 210 255 325 360 520 640 850 1110 1425 1690 2120 2600 3290 4050 5290 6570 Max.5 0.5 0.24 *2.125 0. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also 10 Approx.0 1.2 0. Round Galv.8 13.0 Kgs. 14 18 23 30 39 50 63 77 95 115 140 155 175 200 235 260 290 310 Amps.3 1.0 27.8 2./Km 375 425 500 575 700 650 800 950 1200 1500 1900 2240 2700 3200 3990 4850 6100 7600 Ohm/Km 18.0 46.2 0.88 240 2.078 0.4 16 1.2 0.100 7.0 52. 16 21 28 35 46 60 76 92 110 135 165 185 210 235 275 305 335 350 Amps.4 0.0 1.5 400 2.2 33.0 72.3 1.1 KV THREE CORE.910 1.5 0.2 31. Cross Thickness of Thickness of Thickness of Overall Sectional Insulation Inner Sheath Outer Sheath Diameter Area Sq.4 0.2 0.7 0.100 0.24 *6.5 25 1.410 4.0 0.0 23.0 38.0 150 1. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Armour Minimum Thickness of Outer Sheath Galv.0 56.6 0.8 1. Weight of Cable Max. INNER SHEATHED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.0 42.0 120 1.0 0.0 0.4 1.164 0.9 0.0 *10 1.0 19.5 17.3 2.0 15.5 0.0 22.8 1.164 0.4 1.0 * If required.443 0.5 64.610 3.0 0.320 0.641 0. 13 18 23 30 40 51 70 86 105 130 155 180 205 240 280 315 375 410 .0 20.0 0.5 2.0 55.24 *10 1. 16 21 28 35 46 60 76 92 110 135 165 185 210 235 275 305 335 350 Amps.8 1.3 1.7 0.0 25.0 50 1. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.4 0.0 70 1.4 0.8 1.3 1.Weight.200 0.8 0.061 Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Amps.8 0.6 3.0 35 1. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.8 17.4 1.6 0.56 70 1.3 1.253 0.56 95 1.061 Amps.52 500 3.0 0.100 0.8 1.0 0. mm mm mm mm mm *1.8 12.4 2.200 0.410 4.0 0.3 1.8 0.8 1.610 3.8 11.8 71.0 0.8 15.0 1.36 400 2.5 *2.0 0.8 1.4 2.4 1.910 1. PVC INSULATED.2 36.5 *6.4 41.

5 0.0 70 1.4 1.2 1.0 55. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Kgs.099 0.5 *2.4 2.5 *4.5 14. 17 24 30 39 52 66 90 110 135 165 200 230 265 305 355 400 455 11 .4 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.0 1.0 0.8 0.2 2.72 1.24 1.6 0. 21 27 36 45 60 77 99 120 145 175 210 240 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.524 0.727 0.5 16 1.3 2.047 Amps.150 0. INNER SHEATHED.0 20.4 0.Weight.0 0.5 0.0 19.8 13.4 1.0 0.8 11.387 0.0 1.3 1.4 1.4 0.8 2. PVC INSULATED.153 0.52 mm 12.2 1.4 1.0 23. 17 24 30 38 50 64 81 99 125 150 175 195 225 255 295 335 360 Amps.0 25.830 1.2 33.5 17.0 95 1.9 1.2 0.8 0. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air mm 1.6 0.0 185 2.5 * If required.0 35 1.0 50 1.727 0.0 120 1.2 2.0 Kgs.8 0. Weight of Cable Max.2 0.8 0.6 1.6 45.8 0.40 1.24 1.060 0.5 400 2. Flat Steel Wire Steel Strip Nominal Nominal Dia.060 0.24 1.40 1.0 34.0 31.0 38.5 *4.075 0.3 1.080 1.8 17.153 0. Round Galv.5 2. Weight of Cable Max.6 0. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also TABLE-12 “POLYCAB” 1.5 0.3 0.0 46. 21 27 36 45 60 77 99 120 145 175 210 240 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.3 1.268 0.3 2./Km 160 220 290 370 510 660 990 1290 1780 2410 3190 3920 4910 6040 7750 9620 12715 Ohm/Km 12.0 1.3 1.0 1.5 25 1.8 12.2 36.3 0.6 0. INNER SHEATHED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Nominal Thickness of Outer Sheath Approx.3 0.8 0.3 0.193 0.150 0.0 52.8 0.0 *10 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 mm 0.193 0.5 *6.36 2.4 2.830 1.4 1.410 4.1 KV THREE CORE.268 0.88 2.8 0.88 1.8 0.0 56.100 7.6 mm 0.8 15.5 64.0 *10 1.0 2.0 1.4 41.7 Armour Galv.5 0.4 2.0 *6.8 Current Ratings * If required.1 KV THREE CORE.124 0. 17 24 30 39 52 66 90 110 135 165 200 230 265 305 355 400 455 mm 0.524 0.6 1.6 0.0 150 1. mm mm mm mm mm *1. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-11 “POLYCAB” 1.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 16. Overall Diameter Sq.5 2.24 1.0 22.0 300 2.4 63.3 1.080 1.8 0.56 1.3 1. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Sq. Overall Diameter Approx.4 0.610 3.6 3.3 0.0 240 2. Thickness mm 1.100 7.0 1.4 - Minimum Thickness Of Outer Sheath Approx.4 0.3 2.124 0.4 2.2 0. 17 24 30 38 50 64 81 99 125 150 175 195 225 255 295 335 360 Amps.0 0.8 0.610 3.56 1. mm *1.410 4.5 *2.7 3.387 0.8 0.56 1.0 42.40 1. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Approx.0 0.8 50.0 27.3 0. PVC INSULATED.40 1./Km 405 475 580 700 890 950 1270 1600 2150 2800 3670 4470 5500 6650 8450 10450 13525 Ohm/Km 12.099 0.4 0.0 27.0 15.0 22. COPPER CONDUCTOR.3 0.3 0.4 1.075 0.2 31.3 0.047 Amps.6 2.

4 0.443 0. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR. Amps.5 2.4 0.061 0.5 1725 0.4 0.2 1.320 0.206 305 260 315 400 185 2.2 36.5 900 1. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.2 1.100 0.8 0. Overall Diameter Approx.4 1.200 1.443 210 175 205 185 95 2.2 1.36 61.04 50.68 68.200 110 95 105 70 35 1.6 0.2 0. mm Sq.4 0.0 2945 0.164 335 290 375 500 240 3.0 4580 0.253 0.7 3.443 185 155 180 150 70 1.88 44.3 2.6 3.7 0.253 0.2 29.6 0. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm Kgs.84 75.078 0. Amps.206 0.2 0.253 275 235 280 300 150 2.5 1640 0.6 0.56 30.910 92 77 86 50 25 1.0 0.0 2.4 1.2 0.8 1.0 2020 0.4 1.8 1.56 36. INNER SHEATHED.6 0.40 26. Flat ThickOverall ness of ness of Diameter Steel Inner Outer Strip Sheath Nominal Sheath Thickness Approx. mm Sq.0 3650 0.125 0.5 2.8 1. PVC INSULATED.4 2.6 1.4 0.4 0.0 1.0 8600 0.100 0.0 2.2 1.164 0.40 23.5 2.4 42.0 4650 0. Weight of Cable Main Neutral Main Neutral Sq.164 0.910 76 63 70 25.641 1.6 1.5 0.320 235 200 240 240 120 2.4 0.641 165 140 155 120 70 1.320 0.8 1.0 0.641 165 140 155 120 70 1./Km Ohm/Km Ohm/Km Amps.125 350 310 410 TABLE-14 “POLYCAB” 1.0 Max.5 2380 0.0 1. Thick. Amps.3 2.2 0.Weight.2 0.4 1.0 35 16 1.8 1.910 76 63 70 35 16 1.1 KV 3 1/2 CORE.0 6000 0.4 1.2 1.868 135 115 130 95 50 1.6 0.5 0.8 1.125 350 310 410 .3 0.20 55. INNER SHEATHED.3 2.0 54.0 1350 0.443 0. mm Sq.200 1.4 39.0 1030 0.0 5500 0.7 3.6 47.0 955 0.8 74.3 0.164 335 290 375 500 240 3.6 2.0 7400 0. Amps.0 715 0.8 0.0 7000 0.0 0.6 2.320 235 200 240 240 120 2.0 0.8 1.0 0.5 2130 0.0 1290 0.125 0.56 32. Dc Conductor Current Ratings Resistance At 20° C Direct In In Ducts In Air Main Neutral Ground Main Neutral Main Neutral Sq.2 58.4 1.8 1.8 2.8 2.5 615 1./Km Ohm/Km Ohm/Km Amps. 22.8 2.078 0.2 1.7 0.4 2. Weight of Cable Max.868 1. mm mm mm mm 25 16 1.868 1. 25 16 1.206 305 260 315 400 185 2.206 0. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Main Neutral Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Kgs.8 2.5 2580 0.641 1. PVC INSULATED.910 92 77 86 50 25 1. UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area 12 Nominal Thickness of Insulation Minimum Thickness of Inner Sheath Nominal Thickness of Outer Sheath Approx.8 1.6 1.2 0.6 0.868 135 115 130 95 50 1.443 185 155 180 150 70 1.0 3050 0.6 1. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Ssectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Minimum Armour Minimum Approx.061 0.3 0.443 210 175 205 185 95 2.5 0.4 0.0 0.0 3800 0.4 65.200 100 95 105 70 35 1.Galv.72 40.2 33.8 2.6 3.1 KV 3 1/2 CORE. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-13 “POLYCAB” 1.253 275 235 280 300 150 2. mm Sq.

68 68.2 70 35 1.8 0.524 175 150 165 95 50 1.060 0.3 0./Km Ohm/Km Ohm/Km Amps. Amps.0 2435 0.0 0.56 36.8 1.0 9000 0.2 0.56 32.7 3.0 2810 0.2 36.40 23.5 1465 0.2 1.0 1465 0.5 2.6 47.0 7675 0.124 385 335 400 400 185 2.4 2.3 50 25 1.099 425 360 455 13 .3 0. UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Minimum Thickness of Inner Sheath Nominal Thickness of Outer Sheath Approx.193 0. Amps.268 240 195 230 150 70 1.0 11150 0. INNER SHEATHED.4 0.8 2.5 0.6 Max.124 0. INNER SHEATHED.6 0.6 1.0 1.0 14570 0.4 0.3 2.5 2.6 0.0 9780 0.5 1180 0.099 425 360 455 TABLE-16 “POLYCAB” 1.2 0.8 1.2 29.4 42.153 0.727 145 125 135 70 35 1.8 1.8 2.5 5240 0.4 0.0 0.193 0.56 30.6 3.0 0.40 26. COPPER CONDUCTOR.6 1. mm Sq.4 0.0 0.727 1.153 345 295 355 300 150 2.2 1.8 2.7 0.268 270 225 265 185 95 2.060 0.0 6970 0. Overall Diameter Approx.6 2.72 40.153 345 295 355 300 150 2.5 0.1 KV 3 1/2 CORE.2 1.8 1.0 1.0 1780 0. Weight of Cable Max.727 145 125 135 1. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Main Neutral Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Kgs.387 0.6 3.047 0. Dc Conductor Resistance At 20°C Main Neutral Current Ratings Direct In In Ducts Ground In Air Main Neutral Main Neutral Sq.8 1.047 0.4 1.5 3715 0.150 99 81 90 2. 25 16 1.4 1.524 1.4 1.8 1.4 65.2 1.0 4680 0.0 2040 0.4 0.524 175 150 165 1.8 1.8 2.Weight.0 35 16 1.075 0.268 0.268 240 195 230 150 70 1.5 0.6 0. mm Sq.268 270 225 265 185 95 2. PVC INSULATED.5 2.387 210 175 200 120 70 1.6 2.727 1.150 120 99 110 50 25 1.150 99 81 90 35 16 1. Weight of Cable Main Neutral Main Neutral Sq. mm Sq.124 0.2 58.193 300 255 305 240 120 2. mm Sq. Amps.6 0.4 1.2 33.2 1.153 0.268 0. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Ssectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Minimum Armour Minimum Approx.6 0. PVC INSULATED.8 0.0 15570 0.5 3245 0.124 385 335 400 400 185 2.0 25.0 54.099 0.0 12000 0.Galv.524 1. mm mm mm mm 25 16 1.4 0.4 1.2 1.075 0.5 4210 0.4 39.3 2. 22.387 0.6 0. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-15 “POLYCAB” 1.20 55.193 300 255 305 240 120 2. Thick. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm Kgs.4 0.3 0.1 KV 3 1/2 CORE. Flat ThickOverall ness of ness of Diameter Steel Inner Outer Strip Sheath Nominal Sheath Thickness Approx.0 0.36 61.2 0.4 95 50 1. Amps.88 44./Km Ohm/Km Ohm/Km Amps.04 50. COPPER CONDUCTOR.099 0.150 120 99 110 0.4 2.4 0.0 0.6 1.8 1.0 6270 0.5 5600 0.387 210 175 200 120 70 1.8 1.

Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Direct In Ground Current Ratings In Ducts In Air mm 15.8 17. INNER SHEATHED.8 0.4 0.0 46.0 0.910 1.164 0.4 1.04 240 2.4 64.0 * If required.0 0.8 0.2 0.00 * If required.610 3.061 Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Amps.88 150 1. PVC INSULATED.0 16.3 1.8 14.100 7.8 1.0 0.5 18. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-17 “POLYCAB” 1.3 1.0 80.0 58.253 0.0 0.4 2.3 0.52 400 2. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also 14 Approx.6 0.0 31.4 38.3 0.2 33.4 1.7 3.200 0.200 0./Km 150 180 220 260 340 460 600 800 1100 1400 1850 2250 2750 3400 4300 5300 6900 8600 Max.4 0.410 4.3 1.8 1. mm mm mm mm mm mm *1.6 0.0 35 1.8 19.8 2.0 1.3 2.4 0.5 20.0 23.9 0.2 0.0 58.100 7.8 1.206 0.0 51.7 0. Overall Diameter Approx.4 0. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also Approx.0 35.5 2. 14 18 23 30 39 50 63 77 95 115 140 155 175 200 235 260 290 310 Amps.125 0.125 0.8 1.320 0.6 0.443 0.4 0.100 12.0 0.8 15.0 300 2.8 1.0 400 2.6 50.0 Kgs.080 1.24 *10 1.0 *10 1.443 0.2 0.0 66.0 24.0 24.56 95 1.1 KV FOUR CORE.8 0.0 19.3 1.0 1.40 35 1.6 46.8 2.3 1.253 0.4 0.4 0.6 0. 13 18 23 30 40 51 70 86 105 130 155 180 205 240 280 315 375 410 .2 0./Km 400 480 550 650 660 750 950 1165 1540 1800 2400 2800 3350 4000 5050 6200 7850 9600 Ohm/Km 18.72 120 1.320 0. Round Galv.8 3.8 2.0 185 2. UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.3 1.6 0.5 *6.24 *2.100 0.4 2.6 72.0 27.2 0.0 *4.4 1.410 4.2 0.4 0. PVC INSULATED.641 0.5 25 1.5 *2.8 12. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.8 2.5 0. Cross Thickness of Thickness of Thickness of Overall Sectional Insulation Inner Sheath Outer Sheath Diameter Area Sq.5 70 1. Weight of Cable Max. 14 18 23 30 39 50 63 77 95 115 140 155 175 200 235 260 290 310 Amps. Thickness Sq.84 500 3.0 0.0 80.24 *4.2 32.5 95 1. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Ohm/Km 18.40 50 1.0 0.0 0.061 Amps. INNER SHEATHED. Weight Of Cable Kgs.078 0.1 KV FOUR CORE.0 500 3. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.8 1.Weight.0 26.0 16 1.0 21.8 1.5 240 2.080 1.3 2.5 0.868 0.0 1.910 1.5 50 1.7 3.4 41.7 0.36 300 2.100 0.4 1.88 185 2.3 0.40 16 1.0 42.8 1.4 0.078 0.8 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.56 70 1.6 2.641 0.24 *6.0 0.9 0.100 12.164 0.5 2.3 1.6 3.3 2.4 2.40 25 1.5 0. mm mm mm mm mm *1.3 0.868 0. 13 18 23 30 40 51 70 86 105 130 155 180 205 240 280 315 375 410 TABLE-18 “POLYCAB” 1.206 0.0 38.0 1.3 1.8 1.3 1. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Armour Minimum Thickness Galv.5 0.6 0. Flat of Outer Steel Wire Steel Strip Sheath Nominal Nominal Dia.7 4.0 0.0 72.6 0.5 150 1.5 120 1. 16 21 28 35 46 60 76 92 110 135 165 185 210 235 275 305 335 350 Amps.5 0.5 0.610 3. 16 21 28 35 46 60 76 92 110 135 165 185 210 235 275 305 335 350 Amps.6 0.

0 58.4 2.410 4.2 33.5 0.4 1.8 2./Km 440 550 650 800 910 1150 1570 2035 2780 3540 4760 5770 7065 8580 11000 13625 17750 Ohm/Km 12. UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Nominal Nominal Nominal Approx.060 0.4 0.0 *10 1.0 0.52 400 2.830 1.8 19. Thickness Sq. COPPER CONDUCTOR.0 0.04 240 2.3 0. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20°C Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air mm 15. PVC INSULATED.88 150 1.Weight.193 0.3 2. 17 24 30 38 50 64 81 99 125 150 175 195 225 255 295 335 360 Amps.047 Amps.5 0.88 185 2.4 0.0 0.5 120 1.8 0.0 1.0 1.7 3.40 35 1. mm mm mm mm mm mm *1.2 0.2 0. Round Galv.0 51.6 50.0 0.24 *10 1.5 240 2.4 41.5 0./Km 190 245 320 410 590 860 1220 1670 2340 3140 4210 5220 6470 7980 10250 12730 16800 Max. INNER SHEATHED.9 0.6 72.3 1.40 16 1.4 0. ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Nominal Cross Sectional Area Nominal Thickness of Insulation Nominal Thickness of Inner Sheath Armour Minimum Thickness of Outer Sheath Galv.4 0.5 70 1.4 1.6 46.2 0.410 4.8 1.3 2.8 15.24 *4.8 0.0 24.1 KV FOUR CORE.124 0.4 0. Weight of Cable Max.830 1. Overall Diameter Approx.56 95 1.193 0. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-19 “POLYCAB” 1.4 38.0 0. 21 27 36 45 60 77 99 120 145 175 210 240 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.7 0. 17 24 30 39 52 66 90 110 135 165 200 230 265 305 355 400 455 15 .3 1.075 0.7 0.0 1.2 32.3 0.0 31.0 23.150 0.0 * If required.0 400 2. PVC INSULATED.3 1.3 1.8 14.047 Current Ratings Direct In Ground In Ducts In Air Amps.0 Kgs.0 1.56 70 1.3 0.3 2.0 21.8 2.153 0.8 17.0 24.0 300 2.3 1.060 0. Weight of Cable Kgs.387 0.7 3. Flat Steel Wire Steel Strip Nominal Nominal Dia.8 1.080 1. 17 24 30 39 52 66 90 110 135 165 200 230 265 305 355 400 455 TABLE-20 “POLYCAB” 1.4 0.8 1.5 2.5 20.8 2.6 0.727 0.0 16 1.9 0.0 *4.0 0.6 0.40 50 1.8 1.8 1.5 0. 17 24 30 38 50 64 81 99 125 150 175 195 225 255 295 335 360 Amps.24 *6.610 3.3 1.8 0.268 0.0 80.72 120 1. these sizes can be offered with stranded conductors also Approx.0 42.8 1. 21 27 36 45 60 77 99 120 145 175 210 240 270 300 345 385 425 Amps.6 2.5 0.84 * If required.40 25 1.6 0.0 0.099 0.4 0.3 1.8 1.4 1.2 0.5 18.150 0.8 1. these sizes can be offered with standard conductors also Approx.24 *2.5 0. mm mm mm mm mm *1.099 0.0 27.100 7.2 0.387 0.0 19.0 16.5 25 1.153 0.3 1.36 300 2.0 185 2.6 3.4 2.8 12.524 0.0 35.3 1.268 0.0 0.6 0.8 0.610 3. COPPER CONDUCTOR.4 2.5 150 1.0 35 1.8 1.4 1. INNER SHEATHED.0 46.1 KV FOUR CORE.0 58.4 0.0 38.0 66.6 0.075 0.6 0.0 0.4 64.8 2.727 0.124 0. Cross Thickness of Thickness of Thickness of Overall Sectional Insulation Inner Sheath Outer Sheath Diameter Area Sq.0 0.4 0.0 26.524 0.6 0.3 0.5 *2.5 50 1.080 1. Dc Conductor Resistance at 20° C Ohm/Km 12.100 7.5 *6.6 0.5 95 1.5 2.2 0.

8 0.8 2.Weight.3 - 0.50 340 675 7.2 1.56 38.9 0.3 - 0.4 - 1.80 1.41 27 24 24 6 0.3 - 0.8 0.8 0.3 1.3 1.41 12 10 10 37 0. of Insula.24 15.56 31.00 2450 3100 7.3 - 0. Galv. Weight of Cable Unarmoured Max.MM PVC INSULATED.4 - 1.8 1.1 9 8 8 30 0.80 1.40 18.24 12.00 160 400 12.3 1.40 23.50 160 425 7.50 300 600 7. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-21 “POLYCAB” 1. ANNEALED HIGH CONDUCTIVITY SOLID COPPER CONDUCTOR.1 KV.9 0.8 0.50 26.00 500 780 7.ness Round Flat Steel -tion of Inner Steel Wire Strip Nom.40 27.40 20.24 15. ARMOURED / UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CONTROL CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Number Nominal Min.8 2.1 11 10 10 16 0.8 0.50 1250 1700 7.00 450 760 12.41 18 15 15 12 0.1 KV.50 225 500 12.41 16 13 13 16 0.50 250 530 7.8 2. ANNEALED HIGH CONDUCTIVITY SOLID COPPER CONDUCTOR.8 0.80 1.9 0./Km Kgs.56 33.80 1.50 19.3 1.80 1.1 9 7 7 37 0.24 11.9 0.9 0.3 - 0. Weight of Cable Unarmoured Max.3 1.4 - 1.24 11.4 - 1.00 16.50 375 700 7.9 0.8 2.8 2.00 17.3 1.3 - 0.8 1.4 - 1.8 0. Amps. Amps. ARMOURED / UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CONTROL CABLES CONFORMING TO IS : 1554 (PART I) AMENDED UPTO DATE Number Nominal Min.40 22.41 27 24 24 5 0.8 2. Sheath Nom.00 28.8 2. Dc Current Ratings Conductor Direct In In Resistance ArIn Ducts Air moured at 20°C Ground Kgs.50 130 350 12.1 21 17 17 5 0.0 1.24 10.8 1.50 21.50 400 650 12.41 15 13 13 19 0.24 14.00 1050 1400 12.50 19.50 16.3 - 0.3 1.00 1550 2000 7.00 250 550 12. Dc Current Ratings Conductor Direct In In Resistance ArIn Ducts Air moured At 20°C Ground Kgs.00 25.24 13.9 0.3 1.0 1.9 0.1 14 13 13 10 0. Dia Thick mm mm mm mm Nominal Minimum Approx.9 0.00 750 1050 7.Armoured moured moured moured mm mm mm mm Approx.56 28. Dia Thick mm 16 mm mm mm Nominal Minimum Approx. of Insula.8 0.41 14 12 12 24 0.00 25.8 2.00 850 1150 7.41 13 11 11 30 0. Sheath Sheath Overall Diameter Thickness Thickness UnarArUnar.3 - 0.8 2. 2 0.50 860 1200 12. Amps. 1.0 1.4 - 1.50 18.8 1.00 1.5 SQ.50 15.9 0.80 1.24 11.00 1050 1400 7.9 0.50 15.4 - 0.50 16.8 2.4 - 0.8 0.24 11.00 24.3 - 0.00 35.1 10 9 9 24 0.80 1.3 1.8 1.41 20 17 17 10 0.9 0.1 7 6 6 TABLE-22 “POLYCAB” 1. Amps.1 21 17 17 6 0.8 0.1 15 13 13 7 0.1 23 20 20 3 0.4 - 1. INNER SHEATHED.00 33.0 1.1 13 11 11 12 0.40 26. Overall Sheath Sheath Diameter Thickness Thickness UnarArUnar.40 23.40 19.00 1.8 1.3 1. INNER SHEATHED.8 0.1 21 17 17 4 0.8 0.20 1. Sheath Nom.00 600 850 12.50 265 565 12.8 1.00 1.24 13.41 17 14 14 14 0.50 30.4 - 1.24 17.4 - 1.3 1.50 18.4 - 0.4 - 1.3 - 0.00 725 1050 12.00 14.0 1./Km Kgs.3 - 0.8 1.8 0.00 1.40 16.8 0.50 225 475 7.5 SQ.4 - 1.00 22.80 1.8 1.8 2.4 - 1.50 13.8 1.MM PVC INSULATED.3 - 0.Armoured moured moured moured mm mm mm mm Approx.50 41.00 500 800 12.24 11.00 14.00 23.1 11 9 9 19 0.3 - 0.3 1.00 600 850 7.1 8 7 7 61 0.41 32 27 27 3 0./Km Ohm/Km Amps.8 2.1 12 10 10 14 0.00 190 450 12.00 20.3 - 0. Armour of Cores Thickness ThickGalv.00 21.00 29.0 1.40 20.00 350 750 12.41 11 10 10 61 0.41 9 8 8 .00 22.3 1.41 20 18 18 7 0. 2.41 27 24 24 4 0.40 24. 2 0.9 0.9 0. Armour of Cores Thickness ThickGalv.80 1.ness Round Flat Steel -tion of Inner Steel Wire Strip Nom.00 650 950 7.50 15./Km Ohm/Km Amps.8 1.00 1650 2100 12.40 21.8 2.40 19. Galv.80 1.2 1.9 0.8 0.4 - 1.

Area Twin Core 3.022 95.50 0.20 0.85 0.mm Conductor Construction Max.00 0. Amp.50 0.24 0.16 0.mm Amp.080 240 61/2.060 16.100 120 37/2. resistance in Ohm/Km at 20°C Single Core & Multi Core Size in sq.610 185 37/2.83 0.0 35 30 120 265 235 6.0 7/3.76 3. 4 Core sq. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-23 CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE OF PLAIN COPPER CONDUCTORS USED FOR HEAVY DUTY CABLES AS PER IS : 8130-1984 Size in sq. resistance in Ohm/Km at 20°C Single Core & Multi Core 1.24 4. cond.0* 1/2.830 300 61/2.cond.24 0.524 630 91/3.Weight.0 7/2.0 19/2.35 1.mm Conductor Construction Max.mm Amp.03 0. Amp.0 105 90 300 465 400 35.0 7/1.70 1. 1.028 50.50 0.047 25.0 78 66 240 410 355 25.193 1000 127/3.727 500 61/3.099 6.38 12.5 27 24 95 230 200 4.075 10.0 60 52 185 350 305 16.0 7/1. sq.0 155 135 - - - 17 .5* 1/1.5 20 17 70 195 165 2.0 19/2.0 7/2.037 35.410 150 37/2.5* 1/1. 3 1/2.0 125 110 400 530 455 50.150 400 61/2.0* 1/2.0 45 39 150 305 265 10.14 0.14 0.153 2.124 4. 3 1/2.387 - - - 70.50 0.268 800 127/2.00 0. 4 Core Area Twin Core 3.78 7.018 TABLE-24 CURRENT RATING OF ‘“POLYCAB” COPPER ARMOURED / UNARMOURED CABLES 650 / 1100 V GRADE IN AIR.

22 25 1.1980 0.30 0.66 50 0.25 300 0.0 6.22 120 0.0970 1.76 1.700 25.81 0.0400 0.552 9. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-25 ESTIMATED A.17 0.196 38.1280 0.500 1.980 2.12 1.4400 0.303 18.0833 1.5 2.393 0.540 3.1140 0.9000 5.500 8.3050 0.050 0.90 2.0761 0.0863 1.1120 0. CAPACITANCE.5000 8.0862 0.1220 0.28 1.47 0.41 185 0.7000 14.0 400.7000 2.0 10.83 1.3000 0. ARMOURED MULTI CORE CABLES.2650 0.700 2.81 2.543 0.0771 0.2170 0. IMPEDANCE.83 1000 0.0825 0.0727 µF/Km 0.178 47.0 25.38 0.0745 0.7780 1.156 76.41 .212 0.22 1. Nominal area of Conductor A.1040 1.209 kA 0.45 0.5430 0.28 1.314 0.900 5.538 0.2490 0.688 7.169 0.440 1.940 5.5330 0.222 30.66 3.0732 0.0827 0.40 ohm/Km 21.1120 0.1130 0.300 1.0 300.81 400 0.95 1.0400 0.13 0.41 0.25 22.3050 0.32 95 0.121 V/Km/A 37.31 1.1100 0.96 0.03 TABLE-26 ESTIMATED A.4500 2.0 35.Weight.0416 0.35 0.32 0.459 11.3180 0. ARMOURED SINGLE CORE CABLES.0876 1.1980 0.19 0.4400 1.0854 0.449 0.259 0.3850 0.700 14.0740 0.0606 0.90 35 1.1250 0.0926 1.0767 0.1050 0.810 1.07 240 0.0500 1.80 70 0.12 11.0961 0.C RESISTANCE.350 3.90 800 0.0988 0.02 630 0. 18 Nominal area of Conductor A.0495 0.510 1.12 150 0.40 0.22 9.600 6.46 0.1500 0.16 1.5330 0. IMPEDANCE.3850 0.0938 0.142 0.61 0.775 0.0797 1.1750 0.48 0.0 16.0 185.980 1.C Resistance at 70°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 70°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² Ohm/Km Ohm/Km µF/Km Ohm/Km V/Km/A kA 16 2.0895 1.1030 0.0 240.400 9.259 22.95 0.1220 0. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.0954 0.0916 1.81 30.7700 0.5400 3.0845 1.32 7.0 Ohm/Km 21.0744 0. CAPACITANCE.07 18.3970 0.377 14.7700 0.367 0.1520 0.410 3.0 70.60 0. REACTANCE.84 0.1520 0.0835 1.52 0.45 0.30 0.0 150.0816 1.26 1.44 0.3000 3.C Resistance at 70°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 70°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 1. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.1200 0.0 120.80 5.80 0.293 0.820 2.98 1.41 14. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORTCIRCUIT RATING FOR PVC INSULATED.0 50.0 95.35 1.3000 1.680 0.200 15.2480 0.41 500 0.5 4. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR PVC INSULATED. REACTANCE.0961 Ohm/Km 0.165 60.0744 0.0899 0.932 0.247 0.C RESISTANCE.340 0.11 0.

81 0.40 3.17 0.1310 0.0 70. ARMOURED MULTI CORE CABLES.630 1.27 0.0745 0.0 120.0833 1.329 0.0964 0.0988 0.0 95. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR HR PVC INSULATED.0916 1.0771 0.59 TABLE-28 ESTIMATED A.010 0.C Resistance at 85°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 85°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 16 Ohm/Km 2.2760 0.2080 0.720 6.0926 1.713 0.159 0.41 0.80 6.47 0.C RESISTANCE. IMPEDANCE.0632 0.410 3.0 16.520 1.404 0.52 8.559 0.0 10.267 20.30 0.35 1.2610 0.0431 0.69 16.0816 1.813 0.0740 0.350 5.4100 Ohm/Km 0.5100 0.4160 0.228 27.1250 µF/Km 0.261 0.180 kA 1.80 0.23 10.0744 0.10 0.52 120 0.5 2.101 Ohm/Km 0.890 2. REACTANCE.0 240.0825 0.29 12.58 27.1050 0.84 0.479 10.8090 0.304 0.0100 0.0727 µF/Km 0.256 0.010 0.28 1.221 0.52 0.44 500 0.470 0.43 70 0.148 0.0 35.46 20.0862 0.96 0.128 0.392 12.60 0.69 240 0.0732 0. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR HR PVC INSULATED.1100 0.0515 0.0796 0.40 0.16 1.809 0. Nominal area of Conductor A.1200 0.200 10.12 1.200 34.400 16.0835 1.730 4.28 1.1150 0.985 4.630 1.0827 0.315 16.1590 0.0938 0.95 1.208 0.43 4.80 95 0.1140 0.0 150.271 0.Weight.0767 0.577 8.0 Ohm/Km 22.890 2.1000 1.4100 V/Km/A 4.569 0.0797 1.215 kA 0. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-27 ESTIMATED A.81 Ohm/Km 2. IMPEDANCE.100 6.0845 1.1120 0.157 68.383 0.0876 1.44 19 .1010 0.23 150 0.0 400.31 1.350 5.820 3.26 1.45 0.0 50. Nominal area of Conductor A.48 0.38 0.1050 0.58 400 0.167 54.40 Ohm/Km 22.1040 1.41 0.300 9.800 15.95 0.13 0.61 0.98 1.300 9.0 6.910 2.21 800 0.181 43.0970 1.1540 0.1820 0.5590 0.83 1.29 185 0.0 300. CAPACITANCE.565 0.978 0.17 0.30 630 0.1120 0.124 V/Km/A 39.800 15.69 1.41 0. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.35 0. ARMOURED SINGLE CORE CABLES.410 1.2260 0.0854 0.40 50 0.C Resistance at 85°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 85°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 1.72 2. ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR.0906 0.900 1.44 0. REACTANCE.72 35 1.0895 1.32 0. CAPACITANCE.88 1000 0.45 0.820 3.01 1.0863 1.412 0.1280 0.510 1.600 26.320 0.46 300 0.8170 1.0 185.3200 0.5200 2.0744 0.C RESISTANCE.01 25 1.5 4.4040 0.410 1.180 2.176 0.5690 0.3330 0.0 25.

3800 0.0797 µF/Km 0.35 1.0968 0.585 0.2060 0.160 0.423 0.13 1.4640 0. REACTANCE.00 TABLE-30 ESTIMATED A.435 0. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR PVC INSULATED.0 10.60 34.147 kA 1.010 0. CAPACITANCE.1100 0.5 2.03 5.0854 0.471 0.1140 0.00 115.3210 0.0771 0.2510 0.1200 0.0767 0.900 5.690 2.246 0.51 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.630 0.182 0.0751 0.28 1.48 1.6300 0.44 0.5200 3.0827 0.05 10.1120 0.164 kA 0.0 95.0744 0.0 16.0970 0. IMPEDANCE.5000 8.870 0.26 1.40 1.500 8.9000 5.80 0.290 0.67 0.28 1.0862 0.0925 0.0926 0.800 2.520 1.0740 0.96 0.C Resistance at 70°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 70°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 1.0750 0.119 0.190 1.1040 0.15 1.0835 0.0850 V/Km/A 2.105 0.390 1.95 0.0 120.206 0.520 3.17 0.84 2.1140 0.199 0.0297 Ohm/Km 0. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-29 ESTIMATED A.168 0.6380 0.44 1.17 1.304 0.1840 0.0876 0.400 9.1060 0.0339 0.100 0.30 1.84 0.1040 0.84 2.0732 0.0930 0.0 300.05 10.390 3.3370 0.40 0.28 27.80 17.0 25.12 1.93 13.C Resistance at 70°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 70°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 16 25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240 300 400 500 630 800 1000 Ohm/Km 1.1210 0.0825 0.572 0.095 V/Km/A 25.0895 0.510 1.830 0.8780 0.0816 0.0845 0.60 34. COPPER CONDUCTOR.0 240.0928 0.0604 Ohm/Km 0.1500 0.28 27.2320 0.Weight.88 4.5 4.180 0.198 0.29 0.61 1.0 185.25 21.46 0.37 0.75 8.1200 0. ARMOURED SINGLE CORE CABLES.560 6.1840 0.2320 0. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR PVC INSULATED.8700 0. CAPACITANCE.47 1. ARMOURED MULTI CORE CABLES.1760 0.31 1.3210 0.88 4.4770 0. REACTANCE.69 1.45 1.00 57.4630 0. IMPEDANCE.0745 0.50 46.0883 0.0604 0.8700 0.3800 0.C RESISTANCE.75 8.93 13.50 46.0 50.81 0.0 Ohm/Km 14.40 Ohm/Km 14.1900 1.35 1.0 150.0 70.380 0.0833 0.6270 0.0727 µF/Km 0.168 0.221 0.153 0.98 1.344 0.1500 0.25 21.C RESISTANCE.83 0.16 1.142 0.1280 0.260 0.50 72.1500 0.0744 0.6900 2.357 0.0401 0.3800 0.0916 0. 20 Nominal area of Conductor A.32 1.0490 0.331 0.244 0.815 0.0 35.0863 0.1001 0.80 17.00 .0 6.95 1.390 1. Nominal area of Conductor A.1250 0.0907 0.100 15.1140 0.03 5.0 400.81 Ohm/Km 1.45 92.

3370 0.51 500 0.42 0.45 0.C Resistance at 85°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 85°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 16 Ohm/Km 1.9170 0.0630 0.0416 0.453 9.1310 0. ARMOURED SINGLE CORE CABLES.300 16.700 3.0863 1.0744 0.7900 3.0888 0.1260 0.6580 0.226 24.63 50 0.32 0.0833 1.57 19.1470 0.4930 0. REACTANCE.38 800 0. Nominal area of Conductor A.26 1.5 4.0853 0.C RESISTANCE. REACTANCE.9130 0.0854 0.91 31.0509 0.0895 1.254 0.16 1.1930 0.0 2400.1120 0.C Resistance at 85°C Reactance at 50 Hz Capacitance Impedance at 85°C Voltage Drop Short circuit ratings of conductor for 1 second thickness of Outersheath mm² 1.0 16.2000 9.0862 0.0 120.0962 V/Km/A 26.16 0.0845 1.0835 1.9130 0.66 25 0.0744 0.8700 2.0797 1.26 0.28 1.80 0.2140 0.35 1.611 7.9210 1. CAPACITANCE.04 1.167 kA 0.0 Ohm/Km 15.12 1.371 12.47 0.13 400 0.0 35.301 0.0816 1.89 630 0.0 150.86 12.0785 0.13 0.51 21 . VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR HR PVC INSULATED.510 kA 1.1930 0.0732 0.0 10.0 70.62 1.2000 9.1070 0.6630 0.1740 0.20 24.154 83.0306 0.0 185. COPPER CONDUCTOR.0771 0.84 0.0 50.0 95.0351 0.1100 0.1140 0.0978 0.44 0.1550 0.148 103. 300.854 0.2430 0.28 1.61 0.3530 0.590 2.1570 0.3000 1.1820 0.1260 0.63 5.45 15.4400 Ohm/Km 0.6580 0.590 1.1060 0.Weight.17 0.4500 0.0972 0.1570 0.3000 1.2550 0. IMPEDANCE.212 0.95 0.2430 0.57 185 0. COPPER CONDUCTOR.6680 1.183 41.86 120 0.510 1.1250 µF/Km 0.161 65.0 400.0 6.30 0.4990 0.81 Ohm/Km 1.3000 5.13 41.0767 0.37 0.1170 0.31 1.0630 Ohm/Km 0.96 0.40 0.4400 0.1200 0.0970 1.5 2.19 7.7900 3.169 51.3370 0.51 0.202 31.0827 0.315 15.8700 2.20 240 0.4860 0.1050 0. VOLTAGE DROP AND SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR HR PVC INSULATED. Dimension data & Current carrying capacity of cables TABLE-31 ESTIMATED A.40 0.48 0.100 10.67 0.0740 0.35 0.0931 0.0 25.45 150 0.C RESISTANCE.160 3.0916 1.0876 1.186 0.0907 0.864 5.359 0.81 0.02 1000 0.78 TABLE-32 ESTIMATED A.59 35 0.66 2.1140 0. Nominal area of Conductor A.59 3.40 Ohm/Km 15.1220 0.0787 0.599 0.268 19.91 300 0.442 0.98 1.4860 0.2070 0.2620 0.3000 5.0971 0.0727 µF/Km 0.0926 1.26 95 0.0825 0. ARMOURED MULTI CORE CABLES.3460 0.26 9.19 70 0.1001 0.000 6.95 0.0745 0.1040 1.44 0. IMPEDANCE.4500 V/Km/A 2.83 0. CAPACITANCE.980 2.150 0.

97 0.91 0.15 1.81 0.91 0.5 1.76 120.94 0.81 6.81 4.25 1.0 1.17 1.00 0.06 1.98 0. Rating factors for variation in ambient air temperature Ambient Temp (°C) 25 30 35 40 45 50 Rating Factors 1.81 10.18 1.00 0.00 0.77 50.93 0.96 0.18 1.75 300.06 1.75 .90 0.00 1.10 1.84 0.90 0.00 0.84 0.86 0.16 1.0 1.90 0.92 0.0 1.75 400.0 1.18 1.76 95.86 0.00 0.12 1.86 0.0 1.06 1.00 0.75 185.00 0.98 0.00 0.91 0.5 1.79 C.00 0.84 0.09 1.00 0.77 70.89 0.09 1.00 0.90 0.15 1.05 1.00 90 0.0 1.96 120 0.00 0.80 16.14 1.0 1.15 1.89 0.10 1.0 1.10 1.96 0.87 0.76 150.12 1.08 1. Rating factors for variation in ground temperature (for Cables in Ducts) 2 ) F O R D E PTH OF LAYING (CABLES LAID DIRECT IN THE GROUND).08 1.17 1.81 0.95 150 0.00 0.79 Ground Temp (°C) 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Rating Factors 1.87 0.85 0.05 1.91 Cm Upto 25 mm 75 2 3) FOR VARIATION IN THERMAL RESISTIVITY OF SOIL (TWO AND THREE AND MULTICORE CABLES LAID DIRECT IN THE GROUND).10 1.0 1.10 1.99 0.00 0.08 1.00 0.92 0.0 1.0 1.84 0.0 1.91 0.82 0.09 1.90 0.95 0.89 0.08 1.80 B.92 180 or more 0.92 0. 22 Two cables touching for values of Thermal Resistivity of soil in °C cm / W Nominal area of conductor mm2 100 120 150 200 250 300 1.05 1.81 2.89 0.94 0.06 1.78 35. Rating factors for variation in ground temperature Ground Temp (°C) 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Rating Factors 1.83 0.09 1.05 1.10 1.00 0.0 1.00 0.19 1.17 1.94 0.83 0.17 1.09 1. Depth of laying Size Above 25 mm2 Upto 300 mm2 Above 300 mm2 1.82 0.09 1.15 1.00 1.86 0.97 0.0 1.00 0.12 1.81 0.00 0.92 0.97 105 0.Rating Factors 1 ) F O R A I R AND GROUND TEMPERATURE A.75 240.81 0.08 1.79 25.92 0.00 0.0 1.

98 0.56 0.78 0.83 0.83 3 0.85 0.85 0.79 0. racks / trays in tiers No.90 0.81 0.65 0.93 3 1 0. of Trefoils in Horizontal Formation 1 2 3 1 1 0.68 0.88 3 0.72 0.90 0.76 0. Trefoils are separated by two cable diameter horizontally and the trays are in tiers having 30 cm distance.95 0.61 0.61 0.Group Rating Factors F O R S I N G L E CORE CABLES A) Cables laid direct in the ground in horizontal formation.79 0.83 0.76 5 0.86 0.87 0.93 0. racks / trays in tiers No.77 0.80 C) Cables laid on racks / Trays in covered trench with having restricted air circulation.88 2 0. of Trefoils in Horizontal Formation 1 2 3 1 0.71 0.90 23 .91 3 0.90 0.82 5 0.86 4 0. No. of Trefoils in Group Distance between Trefoils Touching 45 cm 60 cm 2 0.68 0. No.73 B) Cables laid in ducts in horizontal formation.96 2 1 0.88 0. No. No.79 D) as above C.81 4 0. but cables laid in open air.95 0.94 0. of Trefoils in Group Distance between Trefoils Touching 15 cm 30 cm 45 cm 2 0.71 0.92 6 1 0.74 0.81 6 0.81 0.

94 0.69 0.71 0.93 0.68 6 1 0. The clearance between the wall and the cable is 25 mm.81 0.83 0.90 0.69 0.62 0.81 0.88 6 1 0.90 0.88 0.90 0.80 3 0.89 3 1 0.96 0.61 0.74 0.77 0.95 0.71 0.72 0.90 0.82 0.93 0.84 0. The clearance between the wall and the cable is 25 mm.68 0.87 0.94 3 0.80 0.76 0. The clearance of the cable from the wall is 25 mm.76 0.90 3 0.89 4 0.87 0. No.80 0.54 0.92 0.78 0. of cables in Group 24 Distance of Cables Touching 30 cm 45 cm 60 cm 2 0. The cables spaced by one cable diameter and trays are in tiers spaced by 30 cm. of cables in Group Distance of Cables Touching 15 cm 30 cm 45 cm 2 0. the cables spaced by one cable diameter and trays are in tiers spaced by 30 cm.98 0.65 0. of cables trays in tier 1 2 3 6 9 1 0.81 0.86 0.73 2 1 0. No. of cables trays in tier 1 2 3 6 9 1 1 0.83 4 0.87 5 0.92 0. of Cables per Tray 1 2 3 6 9 1 1 0.76 0.90 0.84 0.75 0.88 0.83 0.86 B) Cables laid inside concrete trench with removable covers on cable trays having restricted circulation.Group Rating Factors F O R M U LT I CORE CABLES A) Cables laid on cable trays exposed to air.79 0.74 0.84 .87 0.69 0.80 0. of cables trays in tier No.74 0.69 3 1 0. No.85 6 0.88 0.78 6 0.82 0. No.79 0. the cable touching and trays are in tiers spaced by 30 cm.85 0.81 0.77 0.70 0.82 0.72 0.84 2 0.85 0.89 0. of Cables per Tray No.58 0.79 0.75 E) Cables laid in single way ducts / pipes in horizontal formation.84 0.66 D) Cables laid direct in ground in horizontal formation.78 0.92 2 1 0.95 0.79 0.76 C) Cables laid on cable trays exposed to air. No.93 0.79 5 0. of Cables per Tray No.76 6 0.75 0.

6) Mode of installation considering install-lation environment such as ambient & ground temperature chemical & physical properties of soil. hospitals. b) Flammability characteristics of cable as per IEC-332 ( Pt. 5) Route length and voltage drop. 3) Fire Retardant characteristics. schools. cinema theatres. with equally serious consequences for human safety. ships. All sizes of POLYCAB PVC cables are designed to standard operating conditions in India and abroad. Flame Retardant Low Smoke Cables The behaviour of Electric Cables in presence of fire has been a matter of great concern to all Electrical Engineers involved in Generation. Class F3. besides the obvious danger represented by fire propagation. 7) Flame retardant properties. it does produce highly toxic and corrosive fumes in the event of fire. The cables are manufactured conforming to Indian & International cables specifications for PVC Insulated cables. Although PVC by itself is flame retarding. suffocation intoxication and panic due to reduced visibility. 25 . d) Determination of the amount of halogen acid gas evolved during combustion of outersheath materials as per per IEC 754 ( Pt. in closed and crowded places such as power stations. e) Determination of smoke generation of outersheath material under fire as per ASTM-D 2843 f) The measurement of smoke density as per IEC 61034. 4) Possible overloading duration & magnitude. distribution and generation purposes. 1) Maximum operating voltage. I ). Our laboratory is well equipped with latest test equipments to carry out following test requirements. also fume toxicity and opacity are particularly important as they may cause. 2) Fault Level. Transmission and Utilisation of electric power. road tunnels. hotels. subways. As a matter of fact. I ) & IEC-332 ( Pt. a) The oxygen index and temperature index of sheath as per ASTM-D 2863. Customer specific requirements can also be met. museums and public premises in general. FRLS PVC compound should ensure the following : 1) Minimum smoke emission. railways with long sections in tunnels. Normally all XLPE / PVC Cables have an outer sheath of PVC. following factors are important for selection of suitable cable construction required to transport electrical energy from one end to the other. III ) c) Flammability characteristics of cables as per Swedish Standard SS 424 14 75. 2) Very low toxic and corrosive fumes emission.Selection of Cables Power Cables are generally selected considering the application. 3) Load to be carried. However. The standards adopted are considering the geographical/ climatical conditions and general applications of power for utilities.

In case the protective circuit has a different fuse rating. m.77 times the current at which protection is designed to operate. SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR CABLES With a high increase in KVA capacity of the power distribution system. mm cable should be used. A : Area of conductor in sq. Short circuit rating of a cable can be calculated as under Where lsh = 75.mm. For example.67 = 268 amps. if the protective fuse rating is 400 amps. amps.7 53. A : Area of conductor in sq.02 =0. for carrying 200 amps current in the air 70 sq.04 =0. it is essential that protective switchgear of a proper rating is used in circuit. Duration of short circuit in seconds Short circuits constant per unit area 1 cycle 2 cycle 5 cycle =0. provided that the protective fuse rating is 230 x 1. : Duration of short circuit in seconds. conductor area with a short circuit duration of 0.8 34.67 to arrive at a suitable size of cable. m. s. In case this is different.) This cable can therefore be overloaded to the extent of 230 x 1. single core cable is suitable (current rating is 230 amps.5 = 345 amp.0 Example : Short circuit rating of 150 sq. mm Constants are tabulated below for different duration of short circuit. Normally rated at 70° C. 95 sq. it is essential that protective fuses in the system are designed to minimise the duration as far as possible. normal rating 400 x . our insulating materials permit a short circuit temperature of 160° C.5 = 345.8 x A √  t lsh t : Short circuit current in r. select a cable by multiplying the tripping current by 0. It is essential that the protection is designed to operate at a 30% overload. mm .0 43.5 times the amount given in the current rating tables for four hours provided the protective system uses a class P fuse designed to operate at a 50% overload.mm. However. select a cable to carry 0. With the high interrupting capacity expected of a cable under short circuit. cable are expected to carry short circuit currents of high magnitude. Cables laid in air or in ducts can safely be overloaded to 1. PVC insulated cables Where lsh = 113 x A √ t 26 lsh t : Short circuit current in r. However. : Duration of short circuit in seconds. s.‘Polycab’ Overload & Short Circuit Ratings Normal current rating of POLYCAB cable as given in the tables takes into account temporary overloading which often occurs in use. Similarly current rating for cables in the ground can safely used for an overload factor of 1.3 for four hours. amps.5 seconds = 150 x 107 = 16050 amps.6 37.02 seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds seconds 169 107 75.01 seconds seconds seconds 536 378 239 10 25 50 cycle cycle cycle 2 3 4 5 =0.02 =0. to safeguard against excessive thermal damage..02 =0. SHORT CIRCUIT RATING FOR COPPER CONDUCTOR CAB L E S The following formula gives the Short Circuit Rating of Copper conductor.

stained or damaged 7. A cable covering is removed. hoist or forklift truck Never drop reels. Cables damaged during handling & storage can cause service failures when the subject cable is put to use. 1. A reel is lying flat on its side 2. creating an enormous load on the bottom reel. lower reels carefully using a hydraulic gate. Cable reels should be stored on hard surfaces resting on the flanges edge (flanges vertical). Other freight is stacked on a reel 4. Once this breakdown of the drum occurs. A concentration of stress on the reel flange may cause it to break and subsequently damage the cable. Also Consideration should be given to. CABLE HANDLING & STORAGE Inspect every cable reel for damage before accepting the shipment. CABLE INSPECTION B. movement of the drum barrel takes place. A reel has been dropped (hidden damage likely) Do’s Thus the following is a list of Do’s and Don’ts that should be followed while handling and storing the cables before it is put to use. causing breakdown of the drum flanges and in exceptional cases. roll in opposite direction of the cable wraps to keep cable from loosening on the reel. arrange so that first in is first out. Care must be taken by the fork lift operator not to make sudden turns or stops. Use a spreader bar approximately 6 inches longer than the overall reel width placed between the sling ends just above the reel flanges. A reel flange is damaged 6. approach the reel from the flange side. Multiple reels stacked on top of each other (“Pancake” storage) is not recommended for cable drums. Don’ts When off loading reels from a truck.Handling. If a fork lift is used. Also. A cable end seal is removed or damaged. install a mandrel through the reel arbor holes and attach a sling. The weight of the stack can total thousands of kgs. Nails have been driven into reel flanges to secure shipping blocks 5. Several reels are stacked 3. if possible. When using a hoist. Storage and Laying of Polycab Cables A. If reels must be rolled. Align reels flange to flange and. This may lead to the bending of the reel flanges and mashing the cable 27 .Be particularly alert for cable damage if: Damage to cables can occur due to the incorrect handling to which the drums and cables may be subjected. Traffic patterns during off-loading & damage during the time in storage Do not allow the lift forks to contact the cable. damage to the reel and/ or cable will likely occur when the reel is flipped for transit. Position the forks such that the reel is lifted by both reel flanges. the cable is immediately exposed to damage.

1. you must identify any existing cable damage and prevent any further damaged from occurring. Polycab recommend the laying and installation of cables as per IS: 1255/84. This is done through proper cable inspection. and twisting. Under no circumstances the cable winding shall be lifted off a coil or drum lying flat at the flanges. 5. RECOMMENDED SAFE PULLING FORCE WHEN PULLED WITH PULLING EYE : a) For Aluminium Conductor : 30 N/mm2 b) For Copper Conductor : 50 N/mm2 DO NOT ATTEMPT “COILING” OF CABLE ON THE GROUND ON THE GROUND CABLE CAN BE FLAKED IN A FIGURE OF EIGHT FORMATION Note: R Minimum Permissible bending radius of cable. Next.Handling. 28 . Care shall be taken during laying to avoid sharp bending. RECOMMENDED MINIMUM BENDING RADIUS FOR HEAVY DUTY CABLES. Single Core : 20 x D Multicore : 15 x D Where D= Diameter of cable in mm F. E. 2. following shall be checked prior to installation. The cable selected is proper for designed application. Also consult your local electricity authority. This would cause serious twist and damages. Review all applicable state and national codes to verify that the cable chosen is appropriate for the job. Shaft supported both ends with suitablejacks / stands. Cable shall be un wound from the drum by lifting the drum on the center 4. Suitable protection shall be provided to the cables against mechanical damages. 1. pipes etc. INSTALLATION & LAYING Mechanical stresses during installation are generally more severe than those encountered while in service. Storage and Laying of Polycab Cables C. D. 6. 3. PRE.INSTALLATION To ensure safety during cable installation. The cable has not been damaged in transit or storage. Thus care should be taken as regards to the following while installation and laying of cables. RECOMMENDED SA F E PULLING FORCE WI T H STOCKINGS: a) For Unarmoured Cable : P = 5 D2 b) For Armoured Cable : P = 9 D2 Where P = Pulling Force Where D = Diameter of cable in mm G. it includes covers. handling and storage. 2.

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