XLPE Insulated Power Cables

Universal Cable (M) Berhad was incorporated in 1967 as a private company
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billion, Universal Cable shares the group’s extensive network for synergistic
integration in varied areas of cable technology.

Universal Cable, together with its subsidiary companies, cover a broad
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telecommunication and instrument cables, rubber insulated cables and electrical
grade aluminium rods. Continued capital investment has enabled Universal Cable
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materials to produce better and more costeffective products for its customers.

With a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction, Universal Cable and its
subsidiaries are constantly expanding their product range to enhance its position
as a major supplier of power and telecommunication cables to local industries
and increase its prominence abroad.

This catalogue serves as a guide to UCMB’s manufacturing processess and
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CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION 1
WHAT IS XLPE? 8
CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF XLPE 9
MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF XLPE CABLES 10
STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF XLPE CABLES 11
PROCESS OF XLPE CABLES 12
TESTING PROCEDURES FOR XLPE CABLES 13-14
CABLE STRUCTURAL DESCRIPTION
AND CONSTRUCTION DATA
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have strong resistance to deformation even at high <04) C H H D temperature. The dielectric loss factor is about one decimal power lower than that of paper insulated cables and about two decimal powers lower than that of PVC-insulated cables. C C C C H H H Cross linked polyethylene is produced from polyethylene H H H C C C C under high pressure with organic peroxides as additives. H H The application of heat and pressure is used to effect the cross linking. %RMQTSVXERXEHZERXEKISJ<04)EWMRWYPEXMSRJSVQIHMYQ and high voltage cables is their low dielectric loss.=0)2) polyethylene”. This causes the individual molecular chains to link with one another which in turn causes the material to change from a thermoplastic to an elastic material. WHAT IS XLPE? <04)MWEREFFVIZMEXIHHIWMKREXMSRSJ±GVSWWPMROIH 430=)8.Since the dielectric constant is also more favourable the mutual GETEGMXERGISJ<04)GEFPIWMWEPWSPS[IVXLYWVIHYGMRKXLI charging currents and earth-leakage currents in networks without the rigid star-point earthing. Polyethylene has a linear molecular % B H H H H H WXVYGXYVIEWWLS[RMR%1SPIGYPIWSJTSP]IXL]PIRIRSX C C C C C chemically bonded as shown in B are easily deformed H H H H H EXLMKLXIQTIVEXYVI[LMPI<04)QSPIGYPIWFSRHIH in a three dimensional network as shown in C and D.  .

Ease of Installation <04)GEFPI[MXLWXERHWWQEPPIVVEHMYWFIRHMRKERHMWPMKLXIVMR[IMKLXEPPS[MRKJSVIEW]ERHVIPMEFPIMRWXEPPEXMSR*YVXLIVQSVIXLI WTPMGMRKERHXIVQMREXMRKQIXLSHWJSV<04)GEFPIEVIWMQTPIVMRGSQTEVMWSR[MXLSXLIVOMRHWSJGEFPIW Free from Height Limitation and Maintenance <04)GEFPIWGERFIMRWXEPPIHER][LIVI[MXLSYXWTIGMEPGSRWMHIVEXMSRSJXLIVSYXITVS½PI.CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVANTAGES OF XLPE Excellent Electrical and Physical Properties <04)GEFPIGSRWXMXYXIWXLIFIWXGEFPIJSVXVERWQMWWMSRERHHMWXVMFYXMSRPMRIWFIGEYWISJMXWI\GIPPIRXIPIGXVMGEPERHTL]WMGEP properties. Capability of Carrying Large Currents 8LII\GIPPIRXVIWMWXERGIXSXLIVQEPHIJSVQEXMSRERHXLII\GIPPIRXEKMRKTVSTIVX]SJ<04)GEFPITIVQMXMXXSGEVV]PEVKIGYVVIRX under normal (90 oC). emergency (130 oC) or short circuit (250 oC) conditions.

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MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF XLPE CABLES -RXLIQERYJEGXYVISJQIHMYQERHLMKLZSPXEKI<04)GEFPISYVTPERXYWIWXLIPEXIWXXIGLRSPSK]EZEMPEFPIMRXLI½IPHF]YWMRKER integrated high performance extrusion line which consists of a triple-layer crosshead and a water-free Completely Dry Curing and 'SSPMRK.

the triple crosshead allows simultaneous extrusion of the cable insulation and two semiconducting screens with a high degree of smoothness and no voids or introduction of extrernal contaminants. a triple extruder GVSWWLIEHEZYPGERM^MRKXYFIERIGGIRXVMGMX]QSRMXSVMRKYRMXERHLEYPSJJGEXIVTMPPEVWERH½REPP]XEOIRYT Using a group of three extruders. 10 . Precise and stable temperatures EXXLIGVSWWLIEHEVIEGLMIZIHF]YWMRKQYPXMTPI^SRIXIQTIVEXYVIGSRXVSPW -RXLI[EXIVJVII'(''KEWZYPGERM^MRKTVSGIWWXLIXVMTPII\XVYHIHGEFPIGSVIMWGYVIHMRERMRIVXTVIWWYVMWIHKEWXYFIERHLIEXIH XSXLIVIUYMVIHXIQTIVEXYVIJSVQEXIVMEPGVSWWPMROMRK&]ZEV]MRKXLIGYVMRKXIQTIVEXYVIERHXMQIHMJJIVIRXGYVITIVGIRXEKIWGER FIEGLMIZIHEWTIVGYWXSQIVVIUYMVIQIRXW The various functions of our integrated extrusion line such as line speed and curing tube temperatures synchronisation are QSRMXSVIHERHGSRXVSPPIHZMEXLITVSGIWWEYXSQEXMSRGSQTYXIVWXSIRWYVITVSHYGXMSRSJUYEPMX]VEQTW'EPGYPEXIHVEQT parameters can be preset on the control unit and closed circuit TV system is used to ease the running of the lines.'('' KEWZYPGERM^MRKTVSGIWW8LMWX]TISJI\XVYWMSRPMRIQMRMQMWIWXLIVMWOSJMRXVSHYGMRKI\XIVREPGSRXEQMRERXWERH TVSHYGIWLMKLUYEPMX]<04)GEFPI The conductor is paid off continuously through a metering capstan (which is the line speed master point).

bonded screen is used exclusively for high voltage cables. circular conductors and only single core construction is adopted for the latter. %PE]IVSJGSTTIV[MVIWETTPMIHSZIVXLII\XVYHIHMRWYPEXMSRWGVIIREWEQIXEPPMGWGVIIRTVSZMHIWERIEVXLIHIRZIPSTI8LIGVSWW sectional area of this metallic screen is determined in order to satisfy the phase to earth fault level in the network. in general. 11 . This HMQMRMWLIWXLIGSRGIRXVEXMSRSJ¾Y\PMRIWEVSYRHXLI individual wires and hence the electrical stress around the conductor. Conductors may be of compacted stranded aluminium or stranded copper ERHWTIGMEPGEVIMWXEOIRXSIRWYVIEWQSSXLTVS½PIJVII from sharp juts that could damage the insulation due to high local electric stresses.STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF XLPE CABLES 8LIHIWMKRSJ<04)GEFPIWGSRJSVQXSMRXIVREXMSREP WXERHEVHWERHEVIWMQMPEVXSXLSWIMR-)'ERH-)'  <04)MRWYPEXIHGEFPIWJSVQIHMYQERHLMKLZSPXEKIW have. %PP<04)MRWYPEXIHGEFPIWSJ1IHMYQ:SPXEKIEVIWYTTPMIH with extruded cross-linked semi conducting screens to TVSXIGXXLIQEMRWSPMH<04)MRWYPEXMSR8LIGSRHYGXSV WGVIIR½PPWXLIMRXIVWXMGIWFIX[IIRXLI[MVIWERHTVSZMHIW a smooth circular envelope around the conductor. While the insulation screen can be either strippable or bonded for MV cables depending on the customer’s option.

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TESTING PROCEDURES FOR XLPE CABLES %XSYVTPERXXLIXIWXMRKTVSGIWWSJ<04)GEFPIWERHMXWEGGIWWSVMIWMWWYFNIGXIHXSXLIQSWXWXVMRKIRXWXERHEVHWXSIRWYVIXLEXSYV TVSHYGXWQIIXXLIUYEPMX]VIUYMVIHJSVSTXMQYQTVSFPIQJVIITIVJSVQERGI -RXLMWVIWTIGXSYVTPERXYWIWEHZERGIHWXEXISJXLIEVXXIWXMRKIUYMTQIRXMREWXVMGXWIVMIWSJXIWXTVSGIWWIWXSEGLMIZIXLII\EGXMRK UYEPMX]WXERHEVHW Among the main test equipment 1. Partial Discharge Test System  -QTYPWI8IWX7]WXIQ           'ETEGMXERGI 4S[IV*EGXSV1IEWYVMRK&VMHKI  %'.MKL:SPXEKI8IWX7]WXIQ           %'0SRK8MQI8IWX7]WXIQ  13 .

Type Tests These tests are used to calibrate and validate cable design type and they include bending tests. Tests listed here include high voltage tests. Conductor VIWMWXERGIXIWXWSRXLIGSQTPIXIHGMVGYMXZIVM½GEXMSRXIWXW of cross bonded systems and surge divertor tests are EQSRKXLIVYRRMRKPMWXWSJWYGLGVMXMGEPXIWXVIUYMVIQIRXW  . corona level tests and dielectric thermal resistance tests. After Installation Tests These tests are to determine and ensure that cables installed are in optimum operating conditions. conductor resistance test. impulse voltage tests. head distortion tests. TESTING PROCEDURES FOR XLPE CABLES The Differenet tests employed are listed as such : Routine Test 8LIWIEVIXIWXWXSQSRMXSVSZIVEPPGEFPIUYEPMX]ERH function. insulation resistance tests and voltage tests on protective sheath coverings. Special Tests These tests are conducted to ensure major design changes to cables conform to proper performance thresholds. thermal stability tests.

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9 0. 1.5 2.1 1657  150 c.7 0. 2.5  2503 150 s.m.0 2.3  7326 3271  c.7 50.25  21. 0.6  25.m. 2.0 2.1 60.9    -  r.m. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation aluminium wire sheath mm 2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16 c.6 2. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation steel wire sheath mm2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 1.2) kV.0  1133 35 c.2 36. 1.c.  2.9  13.m.7 0.6 / 1 (1.9 31.m.c.7 1.3  1322 50 s. 1.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 1000 773 25 c.TWO CORES CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 0.c.c.0 2.m.c.25  19.0 2.9 1.7 0.9 11799 5255 XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 1.m. 0. 1.c.0 2.6 1.5  - 2. 0.m.6  25.2 2.2 2.2 9376  1000 r.6 357 255 25 c.1 2. 0.c. 1.9  16.9    - 6 r.6  26.c.0 1.  1.0 2.7 1.1 1.3 39.2    630 c.0 29.9   597 375 50 c.2   500 c. 1. 1.  2.0 1. 0.  2.1 1319  120 c.25     70 c.25   1032  95 c.m.1 33.0 2. 0.c.2  323 35 c.6 1. 0.9 0. 1.2) kV. 1.5 2.c.c.1 1910 1302 70 s.5 2.7 0. 0.c.7 0.c.6 1.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE 0.9  3655 1722  c.5   300 s. 2.5 52.6 11356 6295 2SXIVQGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHGGGSQTEGXIHGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHWQWLETIHWXVERHIH 20 .6  26.7  2926  s.25  22.6 / 1 (1.9 1960   c.c.c. 1.2 1.9  13.7 2.7 1.1  676 16 c.6  29. 0.c.c.  1. 0.5     s.5  1609 95 s.m.m. 1.5 2.5   10 r.1 39. 0.5 r.7 60.0 2. 2.6  27.9   300 c.m. 1.5 3.6  2190 120 s.9 1.1 2375 1205  c.6 2.c.  2.m.m.6 2.m.5 r.1 1.5   9205 5276  s.9  15.

7 1.7 1.m.9 379 - 2.m.m.6  26.m.5 r.5 3.2  512 10 r.c.0 2.m. 1.m.6   2152  35 c.6 / 1 (1.5 2.5 2563 1650 70 s.7 1.  2.m.6 /1 (1.c.25     16 c.0 65.0 2.25  19.5 r.5 2.2) kV.0 2.9 937  16 c. 1.  2.m.3  5201  s.0 32.  2.9 1191  25 c. 1.  2.5 r.7 0.m.m.6 53.2   2791 120 s.2 2692 1752 50 s.5 2.9 1.5 2.m.3    120 s.0 1.5 3.1 2.m.0 2.1  691 10 r.5 3.6   2201  50 s.7 0.m. 0.m.0 1.m.7  -  r.2 2.7 0.25  21.0 2.c. 1. 0.9 29. 1.0 13722  300 s.9  17.6 1.1 2. 1.m.0 602 - 6 r.5  7621  150 s.7 0. 0.m.9 1. 0.m.3  5557 3232 150 s.0  3637 2137 95 s. 0.5 r.5 3. 1. 0.9    -  r. 0.9    - 2.2) kV.6 2.6 2.2 69. 2.6     s.5  21662 11539 2SXIVQGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHGGGSQTEGXIHGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHWQWLETIHWXVERHIH   21 .m.m.7 0.7 2. 1. 0. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation steel wire sheath mm 2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 1.7 2. 1. 0. 1. 0.1 2.m.7 15936  XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .m.6 2.9 1.7 0.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 0.9  17. 0.7 3233 2015 70 s.6   1566 1133 25 c.9  13.9 1.2    95 s.7 0. 0.2 1791 1273 35 c. 2. 1.15 3.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .5    5995 300 s. 0.2 2.m.9 31.2  6972  s. 0.m.c.m.c.7 1. 0.9  16.9 16610   s.0 3. 1.m.m.25  19. 0.7 1.FOUR CORES CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 0.2 70.5   10910 6156  s. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation steel wire sheath mm 2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 1.6 1.0 63.1 2.5  7100   s.0 525 - 6 r.9  15.0 2.c.m.

9  15.6 / 1 (1.7 1.m.0 2. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation steel wire sheath mm 2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 1.0 2.7 1.7   50 s. 35 c.  c. 1.5 3.c.  1.m.15 3.0 65.6 1. 1.7 3016  70 s.25   953 777 10 r.6 3. 50 c. 0. 1.c.7 0.3   3290 120 s.c.9 0. 1.0  1692 35 c.9 1.6 1.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE . 1.1 2.FOUR CORES WITH REDUCED NEUTRAL CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 0.1   70 c.3    95 c. 0.c.7 1.c.m. 120 c.c.0 32.7 0.2 2.c.5 3.0 1.c.25    - 6 r.0 0.9 0.9 15193   s.1 0.9 29.9 1.9    50 c.9 1.2) kV. 150 c. 0.0 2. 70 c.m.5 r.1 39.7 1. 2.7 1.5  7125  150 s.m. %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJ Phase 2IYXVEP Phase 2IYXVEP cable 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI 2SQMREP 2SQMREP diameter of thickness of overall cross.m. 70 c. 0.m.2) kV.c.0   2SXIVQGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHGGGSQTEGXIHGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHWQWLETIHWXVERHIH    22 .2   2790 95 s.2 70.c.6  - 2. 0.9 1260 960 16 c.5 r.c.6  26.c.7 1. 0.25  22.5   10055 5770  s. 1. Conductor 2SQMREP8LMGORIWWSJ steel wire sheath diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ sectional Shape sectional Shape insulation area area mm2 mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 25 c.c.   2.0 2.1 2.m.1 2. 0.9  16. 1.m.1 1.0 2.0   25 c.6   2007 1295 35 c.m.6 1.m. 0.5 2. 1.0 12571 6905 300 s.c.FIVE CORES CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 0.5 2. 25 c.m. 16 c. 0. Conductor cross.6 53. 0.c.1 2.9 2.1 2.7 556 -  r.0 2. 16 c.c.7 1.m.m. 1.6 2.2 1.5  52.c.6  30.9    s. 95 c.5    XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .6 / 1 (1.c.c.

PE INNER SHEATH.2) kV DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHERHWLETIHWXVERHIHEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIHJSYVGSVIWEWWIQFPIHXSKIXLIV[MXLRSR L]KVSWGSTMG½PPIVI\XVYHIH[MXL4)MRRIVWLIEXLGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRIHERHJSPPS[IHF]ERI\XVYHIH4)SYXIVWLIEXL'EFPIWEVI VEXIHEX.XLPE INSULATED.6 / 1 (1. SCREENED AND PE SHEATHED UNDERGROUND CABLE 0.

 O:ERHGSRJSVQXS-)' CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGSQTEGXIHSVWLETIHWXVERHIHEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVGSRJSVQXS-)'GPEWW Insulation <04).

Inner Sheath 1IHMYQHIRWMX]TSP]IX]PIRI.GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC 'SPSYVWJSVGSVIMRHIRXM½GEXMSR *SYV'SVIVIH]IPPS[FPYIERHFPEGO Assembly *SYVMRWYPEXIHGSRHYGXSVWEVIPEMHYTXSKIXLIVMJRIGIWWEV]½PPIH[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGQEXIVMEPGSQTEXMFPI[MXLXLIMRWYPEXMSRERH inner sheath materials.

1(4) Metallic Screen Copper tape screen (SCT) Sheath 1IHMYQHIRWMX]TSP]IXL]PIRI.

1(4) APPLICATIONS These cables are designated for general use including underground burial. 23 . where they are not likely to suffer mechanical damage.

0 3575  s.3   150 s.0 0. 0. Metallic %TTVS\MQEXI 2SQMREP 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP weight of cable 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of XLMGORIWWSJ4) %TTVS\MQEXI XLMGORIWWSJ4) sectional area overall diameter Shape insulation inner sheath thickness of outer sheath %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm OKQQ 16 c.m.m.m. 1. 1.2 1960 120 s.0  0.2 2.0 1. 1.2 2.7 1.7 1.3   2SXIGGGSQTEGXIHGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHWQWLETIHWXVERHIH  .1 1.2) kV.  1.6 0.5  2923  s.0 0.2 3.m.9 1.m.6 0.0 0. 0.2  59. 1.2 0.XLPE INSULATED SCREENED PE SHEATHED CABLE .2 39.FOUR CORES AL/XLPE/MDPE/SCT/MDPE CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 0. 0.2 1.6 / 1 (1. 1.2  0.9 1.6 53.2    25 c.6  0.2 2.c.9 30.2    35 c.2 3.0  1532 95 s.2 2.2    50 s.2 1139 70 s.2 0.m.m. 2.c.5  300 s.1 1.0  5516  s.c.2 2. 1.0 0.   0.m.m.

9 / 3.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE 1.3 (3.6) kV DESCRIPTION 7MRKPIGSVIERHQYPXMGSVIGEFPIW[MXLGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIHEVQSYVIHERH4:'WLIEXLIH'EFPIWEVI VEXIHEX.

 O:ERHGSRJSVQXS-)' CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVGSRJSVQXS-)'GPEWW Insulation <04).

and blue Assembly 8LVIIMRWYPEXIHGSRHYGXSVWEVIPEMHYTXSKIXLIVMJRIGIWWEV]½PPIH[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGQEXIVMEPGSQTEXMFPI[MXLXLIMRWYPEXMSRERH GSZIVIH[MXLPE]IVSJ4:'FIHHMRK[LMGLQE]FIERMRXIKVEPTEVXSJXLI½PPMRK Armour 7MRKPI'SVI%PYQMRMYQ[MVIWLEPPFIETTPMIHSZIVXLI4:'FIHHMRK 1YPXM'SVIW+EPZERM^IHWXIIP[MVIWLEPPFIETTPMIHSZIVXLI4:'FIHHMRK Sheath 4:'X]TI78XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO APPLICATIONS These cables are most suitable for underground burial where there is a risk of mechanical damage 238)'EFPIWGSQTP]MRK[MXL&7ERHGYWXSQIV´WWTIGM½GEXMSREVIEZEMPEFPIYTSRVIUYIWX 25 . yellow.red.GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC 'SPSYVWJSVGSVIMRHIRXM½GEXMSR 7MRKPIGSVI2EXYVEP Three core .

0 1.0 1.9 30.5 3.0  50.9 33.c 2.0 1.6 2.6    1371 25 c.3  7311 3251  r.6 6731  150 c.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .9 31.0 2.0 2.c 2.6 1.7 2116 1629 35 c.0 1.0 2.c 2. 2. 2.5   70 c.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE 1. 2.c.5 3.c.25     35 c.0  3691 1750  c.25  19.2  339 25 c.0 1.6 2.c 2. 2.0 16756 9161 2SXIVQGMVGYPEVWXVERHIHGGGSQTEGXIHGMVGYPEVWXVERHIH 26 .2   2659 630 c.m 2.m.5 367  16 c.0 2.5 52.2 75.0 1.6) kV.  2.c.c 2. 2.2   2972 95 c. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of steel thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation wire sheath mm2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 10 r.2   150 c.9  15. 2.5 2.c.c. 2.0 1.c.0 2.1   2226 500 c.3 (3.0 0.3  5273  120 c.1    70 c.9 3037  300 c.6  1079  c.9 11799 5252 XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 1.7 57.2   16 c.6 1.c 2.9  16.9 / 3.m.5 2.0 2.6  27.25  22. 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW %TTVS\MQEXI Conductor thickness of diameter of thickness of sectional area overall diameter Copper %PYQMRMYQ Shape insulation aluminium wire sheath mm 2 mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 10 r.0 1.c. 2.6      c.c.0 2.0 2. 2.0 1.0 2.9 / 3.0 1.5     c. 2.2 2.6) kV.6 1.5 2.2  676 95 c.5 2.25  20.0 2.0 2.c 2.c 2.c 2.0 1.9 9192 5625  c.c.3 (3.6  26.c.0 1. 2.c. 2.0 2. 2.0 1.0 2.3 720  50 c.7 60.2 9390  1000 r.0 2.c 2.6   300 c.  2.0 2.2   50 c.c.m.c.c 2.6     120 c.0 0.0  13711 7773  c.6  26.5  63.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE 1. 2.c.0 2.c 2. 2.

6 KV UP TO AND INCLUDING 33KV TO IEC 60502 DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIH[MXLGSTTIV[MVISVGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRERH4:' outer sheath. CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor Screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).SINGLE CORE -XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE FOR VOLTAGES 6.

GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper wire screen (SCW) or Copper tape screen (SCT) Outer sheath 4:'X]TI78XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO APPLICATIONS *SVMRWXEPPEXMSRSRXVE]WHYGXWSVHMVIGXFYVMEP 238)'EFPIW'SQTP]MRK.MXL&7%RH'YWXSQIV´W7TIGM½GEXMSR%VI%ZEMPEFPI9TSR6IUYIWX 27 .

0 16 1.1 3.0  3113 1567 300 20.5 3.3 3.0 0.5 16   25  3. Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  3.0 25 2.6 (7.9 3.9 29 2297 1132   3. 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI sectional area of diameter of thickness of sectional area of thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR metallic screen sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  3.5 3.7    95 11.0 35 2.7 3.0 0.1  25 1610  150  3.2 50 2.5 50   XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 0.0 16 1.0 16 1.1 2.2 35   7231   33.9 31     3.2 3.0  3550 1611  23.6 (7.2 39  2232 500 26.1 2.2 0.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 3.1 1.0 36 3735 1796  23.0 25 1.7 22   95 11.0 16 1.1 2.7 3.0 3.1 1.5   3553  .3  6953   33.1 36   500 26.0 16   1729 973 150  3.2   2353 630  3.1 1.2 0.0 0.1 2.0 0.1  27    16.8 / 6.3  5765  630  3.6 3.6 21   50  3.5 19 560  25  3.0 16 1.0 25 2.1 1.0 3.7 26   120 12.3 3.0 0.2) kV.1 1.0 0.2 35 2.6 19 663  50  3.1 2.1 3.0 31 2922 1376 300 20.5 20 672 513 35 7.8 / 6.0 0.1 1.0 0.2 0.6 3.2) kV.6 22 933 635 70 9.5  539  35 7.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 1.7 3.7  1335 737 120 12.0 25  29 2095 1167  16.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED ) 3.6 20  506 70 9.0 16 1.7 3.9 3.1 2.

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED )
6.35 / 11 (12) kV.
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of sectional area of thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR metallic screen sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ

mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
16   16 1.5 19  
25   16 1.6 21 707 
35 7.0  16 1.6 22  600

50   16 1.7 23 972 673
70 9.7  16 1.7 25  773
95 11.5  16  27 1501 903

120 12.9  16   1763 1007
150   25 1.9 30  1217
 16.1  25 1.9 32 2530 1366

   25 2.0  3153 
300 20.6  25 2.1 37 3796 
 23.3  35 2.2   

500 26.2  35 2.3  5790 
630   35   7259 3203
 33.7  50 2.5 51 9159 3971

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED )
6.35 / 11 (12) kV.
Metallic
Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ
copper tape
mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
16   0.1 1.5 17  
25   0.1 1.6 19  
35 7.0  0.1 1.6 20 691 

50   0.1 1.6 21  536
70 9.7  0.1 1.7 23  
95 11.5  0.1  25  

120 12.9  0.1  26  
150   0.1 1.9   1019
 16.1  0.1 1.9 29 2337 1172

   0.1 2.0 32 2965 
300 20.6  0.1 2.1  3612 1673
 23.3  0.1 2.2 37  

500 26.2  0.1 2.3  5525 2399
630   0.1   7003 
 33.7  0.1 2.5   

29

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED )
8.7 / 15 (17.5) kV.
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of sectional area of thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR metallic screen sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ

mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
25   16 1.7 23 790 632
35 7.0  16 1.7  909 
50   16 1.7 26 1053 

70 9.7  16  27 1303 
95 11.5  16  29 1593 995
120 12.9  16 1.9 31  1119

150   25 1.9 32  1320
 16.1  25 2.0  2655 
   25 2.1 37  

300 20.6  25 2.1 39 3921 
 23.3  35 2.3   
500 26.2  35   5957 

630   35 2.5 50  
 33.7  50 2.6  9357 

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED )
8.7 / 15 (17.5) kV.
Metallic
Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ
copper tape
mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
25   0.1 1.6 21 653 
35 7.0  0.1 1.7 22  563
50   0.1 1.7 23 931 632

70 9.7  0.1  25  753
95 11.5  0.1  27  
120 12.9  0.1 1.9 29 1763 1007

150   0.1 1.9 30 2056 1127
 16.1  0.1 2.0 32  1301
   0.1 2.1   

300 20.6  0.1 2.1 37  
 23.3  0.1 2.2   
500 26.2  0.1 2.3  5676 

630   0.1    3112
 33.7  0.1 2.6 51  

30

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED )
12.7 / 22 (24) kV.
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of sectional area of thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR metallic screen sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ

mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
35 7.0 5.5 16  27  777
50  5.5 16    
70 9.7 5.5 16 1.9 30  972

95 11.5 5.5 16 1.9 31 1699 1101
120 12.9 5.5 16 2.0 33  1231
150  5.5 25 2.0   

 16.1 5.5 25 2.1 36  1613
  5.5 25 2.1 39  
300 20.6 5.5 25 2.2   2122

 23.3 5.5 35 2.3   
500 26.2 5.5 35   6096 2969
630  5.5 35 2.5 52  
 33.7 5.5 50 2.7 56  

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE
- SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED )
12.7 / 22 (24) kV.
Metallic
Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI
2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI
sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter
conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ
copper tape
mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q
35 7.0 5.5 0.1    656
50  5.5 0.1  26 1027 729
70 9.7 5.5 0.1  27 1275 

95 11.5 5.5 0.1 1.9 29  990
120 12.9 5.5 0.1 2.0 31  1122
150  5.5 0.1 2.0 32 2176 

 16.1 5.5 0.1 2.1  2593 
  5.5 0.1 2.1 36 3222 1677
300 20.6 5.5 0.1 2.2 39  

 23.3 5.5 0.1 2.3   2302
500 26.2 5.5 0.1    2713
630  5.5 0.1 2.5   3291
 33.7 5.5 0.1 2.6 53  3957

31

5  5190 2710 500 26.5  0.7  0.2  3091 1926    25 2.1 2.3  35 2.2  35 2.1  2273 1517 150   25 2.9  0.7 55  3763  33.0 33  1107 70 9.1 2.1  0.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 19 / 33 (36) kV.1 36 2176  150   0.0 33  1127 95 11.1 35  1290 120 12.3    300 20.7  50  61   XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 2.1 2.3  0.1 2.6 50   630   0.2  2502   16.0 31 1297 999 70 9. 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI sectional area of diameter of thickness of sectional area of thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR metallic screen sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 50   16 2.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED ) 19 / 33 (36) kV.1 2. Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 50   0.5  16 2.0 35 1662 1231 95 11.7  16 2.1 2.5   2962 500 26.2  0.1  59 9651  32 .1  25 2.6  25      23.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1    2330  23.7  0.6  0.3   2039 300 20.1 2.2   1752  16.1 37  1391 120 12.7 57  3999  33.1 2.2 39 2917 1752    0.6 52 6520 3393 630   35 2.9  16 2.1 2.

SINGLE CORE . CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor Screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE FOR VOLTAGES 6.6 kV UP TO AND INCLUDING 33kV TO IEC 60502 DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIH[MXLGSTTIV[MVISVGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRERH4:' outer sheath.

MXL&7%RH'YWXSQIV´W7TIGM½GEXMSR%VI%ZEMPEFPI9TSR6IUYIWX     33 .GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper tape screen (SCT) Bedding )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJ4:'78GSQTSYRH Armour %PYQMRMYQ[MVIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHLIPMGEPP]SZIVXLI4:'FIHHMRK Outer sheath 4:'X]TI78XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO APPLICATIONS *SVMRWXEPPEXMSRSRXVE]WHYGXWSVHMVIGXFYVMEP 238)'EFPIW'SQTP]MRK.

1 2.1 2.5 2.3  0.6   919 760 35 7.7  0.5  6560  630  3.6  26   50   0.1 2.0 0.0 2.1 1.0 0.6  0.2 39   300 20.3     23.6 52    33.1 2.1 2.6  27 1261 963 70 9.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 3.0   5255 2775 500 26. Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness diameter of overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of area of SJ<04) aluminium diameter of conductor thickness of PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation wire cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  3.0 0.0 2.6 1.1 1.9 29  1109 95 11.0 0.7  0.1 2.0 0. Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness diameter of overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of area of SJ<04) aluminium diameter of conductor thickness of PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation wire cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16   0.6    722 25   0.1 1.0 2.1 36     3.9  0.1 2.0 0.1 1.6 1.7 3.1 1.0 0.9 3.5    3003 500 26.2) kV.0  0.2 0.1 2.0 31  1276 120 12.0 0.5 2.2 3.1 2.1 2.5 3.1 1.7 57 10030  XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 1.1 1.6  25   50  3.1 2.1 3.0 33   150   0.0 2.0 32 2115 1359 150  3.6 2.8 / 6.1 2.6 1.0 2.35 / 11 (12) kV.5 2.5 2.1 2.9 30  1213 120 12.6 53    33.2  0.0 2.2 0.6 2.1 2.6  25 961  35 7.1   1599  16.2 0.6 3.1  0.1 1.1 35  1652  16.2  3630  300 20.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 6.0 2.0 0.5  6590  630   0.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 2.0 3.1 2.5 2.6  27  920 70 9.2   2363  23.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.0 2.1 37 3001     0.3 3.1 2.1 2.6  23   25  3.6 (7.1 1.5   10132   .5  0.0 0.9    95 11.7 3.1 1.

5 0.1 2.1 2.5 0.7 56    33.3 5.7 5.1 2.1 2.0 2.6 51  3723 630   0.9 31 1352 1131 50  5.5  5709 3229 500 26.5   3006  23.0 33 1615 1317 70 9.5) kV.9 5.7  0.5  60 10362  XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 2. Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness diameter of overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of area of SJ<04) aluminium diameter of conductor thickness of PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation wire cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 25   0.5 0.0 2.1 2.1 5.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 8.2 39 2900 1972  16.1 2.1 2.1 2.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 2.5 0.6 1.9 62 10623  35 .0    2512 300 20.5 0.0  0.5 0.5 2.0 32  1257 95 11.1 1.0 2.75 / 15 (17.9 29   50   0.5 0.1 2.2 39      0.1 2.5  0.5      33.6  0.0      23.6 2.1 1.1 2.1 2.6 50 5912  500 26.1 2.5 0.1 36 2251 1653 120 12.9  0.9 30  1103 70 9.5 0.1 2.5 2.7 / 22 (24) kV.6 5.3  0.1 2.7  0.0 2.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 12.2 5.0 2.7    630  5.5 5.6 1.6  27  921 35 7.5 2.2  0.1 2.1  2111 1513 120 12.1 2.3   2330 300 20.5 0.3  3352    5.1 36  1656 150   0.2 37 2752   16.5 2.0 2.1 1.7 5.0 2.5 2.1 35 1910  95 11.1 2.1 2.5 2.0 2.1 2. Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness diameter of overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of area of SJ<04) aluminium diameter of conductor thickness of PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation wire cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 35 7.5 2.1 1.2  2573  150  5.6 1.5 0.5 0.1 1.0 2.0 5.1  0.5 0.0 2.1 2.

3  0.6 50  3169 300 20.1 2.6  0.2  0.1  0.1  11300 6112 36 .2  1993 1695 70 9.0   2996  150   0.1 2.1 2.1 2.7  0.1 2.0 2.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/AWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 19/33 (36) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness diameter of overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of area of SJ<04) aluminium diameter of conductor thickness of PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation wire cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 50   0.5 2.0 2.3  2659 2061 120 12.2  2293  95 11.9  0.1 2.5  56   500 26.5 2.5    2570  16.6 53  3523  23.1 2.5  0.5 3.1 2.5 2.0 2.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 2.5 2.5  3979     0.0  9362 5306  33.9 59 7662  630   0.5 3.1 2.1 2.1 2.7  0.

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE INNER AND OUTER SHEATH CABLE FOR VOLTAGES 6.7 / 22 (24) kV DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIH[MXLGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRIHI\XVYHIH[MXL4)MRRIVWLIEXLERH JSPPS[IHF]ERI\XVYHIH4)SYXIVWLIEXL'SQTPMIW[MXL8IREKE2EXMSREP&IVLEH.35 / 11 (12) kV AND 12.SINGLE CORE .

82& WTIGM½GEXMSR CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor Screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).

GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper tape screen (SCT) Inner sheath 1(4)X]TIW787XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO Outer sheath 1(4)X]TIW787XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGOGSRXEMRMRKERIJJIGXMZIXIVQMXIVITIPPIRX APPLICATIONS These cables are generally suitable for direct burial or for installation on trays or ducts. 37 .

0 36  150  5.7 5.9 35     0.5 1.2 2.2 2.5 2.2  2025 300 20.2 2.5  32 1151 150   0.9  0.6 5.1     5.5 55   33.2 2.2 2.2 2. Metallic %TTVS\MQEXI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI weight of cable sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI XLMGORIWWSJ4) XLMGORIWWSJ4) overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of inner sheath outer sheath of cable %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16   0.7 59   .5 0.5  29  35 7.2 2.5 0.2   500 26.9 35 1272 120 12.2 2.5 0.2 2.1 5.2  2297  23.2 2.5 0.5 1.5  30 1029 120 12.5 5.5 0.0  1722 300 20.2  0.5 0.2 2.5  31  70 9.2 2.2 2.9 33   16.2 2.5 1.7  0.2 2.5 0.2 2.2 2. Metallic %TTVS\MQEXI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI weight of cable sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI XLMGORIWWSJ4) XLMGORIWWSJ4) overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of inner sheath outer sheath of cable %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  5.2 2.5 1.3  2755 630   0.2 2.0  0.2 2.6  0.5  30 900 50  5.5 0.5  29  95 11.5 2.7 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 5.2 5.35 / 11 (12) KV.5 0.5 2.2 2.7 / 22 (24) kV.5 55 3995 XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE INNER AND OUTER SHEATH CABLE .XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE INNER AND OUTER SHEATH CABLE .5 2.5  0.2 2.1  1991  23.5 2.7  0.5  51 3099 630  5.3 5.9 5.2 2.5 2.5 2.9 33 1123 95 11.3  0.2 2.1  0.2 2.2 2.5 2.2 2.2 2.0  1551  16.2 2.SINGLE CORE AL/XLPE/SCT/MDPE/MDPE CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 12.5 2.5  26 695 50   0.5 2.5  51 3332  33.5    25  5.5 0.5    25   0.5 0.5 0.2 2.5  27 772 70 9.5 0.3  2670 500 26.5 0.5 0.SINGLE CORE AL/XLPE/SCT/MDPE/MDPE CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 6.5  25 629 35 7.

THREE CORES .6 kV UP TO AND INCLUDING 33 kV TO IEC 60502 DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIHGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRIHXLVIIGSVIWEWWIQFPIH XSKIXLIV[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGTSP]TVST]PIRI½PPIVWERHI\XVYHIH[MXL4:'SYXIVWLIEXL CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor Screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE FOR VOLTAGES 6.

238)'EFPIWGSQTP]MRK[MXL&7ERHGYWXSQIV´WWTIGM½GEXMSREVIEZEMPEFPIYTSRVIUYIWX 39 .GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper tape screen (SCT) 'SPSYVJSVGSVIMRHIRXM½GEXMSR 6IH]IPPS[ERHFPYIXETIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHFIX[IIRRSRQIXEPPMGERHQIXEPPMGTEVXSJMRWYPEXMSRWGVIIR Assembly 8LVIIWGVIIRIHGSVIWEVIPEMHYTXSKIXLIVMJRIGIWWEV]½PPIH[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGQEXIVMEPGSQTEXMFPI[MXLMRWYPEXMSRERHGSZIVIH with a layer of PVC sheath Outer sheath 4:'X]TIW78-)'GSPSYVFPEGO APPLICATIONS These cables are generally suitable for direct burial or for installation on trays or ducts. armoured cables should be used. Where there is a risk of mechanical damage.

1 2.2) kV Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  3.0 61 7666     0.1    2097 95 11.9 59  3922   3.0 0.0 3.1 3.1 3.0 0.6 50   120 12.7 52 5263 2950 150  3.1 3.1 3.5  3557 2237 95 11.1 2.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 6.6  0.0 0.1  76   XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .7  0.2 37  1397 35 7.1 2.3 3.0 0.1  57  3513  16.5 3.3    70 9.1 2.1 2.1   2769  70 9.1  55 6211 3371  16.6 (7.0 0.5  0.2 70 11556 5623  23.0 0.2  2162  50  3.0 0.3   1609 50   0.9  0.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 35   25   0.1 3.1 66 9670  300 20.0 0.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .8 / 6.35 / 11 (12) kV.0 0.1 2.1 2.7 3.6 3.1 33 1393  25  3.1 35 1769  35 7.1 2.1 2.0 0.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 3.1 3.0 0.1 65 9506  300 20.0 0.5   7010  .1 2. Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16   0.0  0.1 3.3  0.7    150   0.3 71 11765   23.9 3.1  0.6   2555 120 12.

1  76  6376  23.3  0.6 50 2963  50  5.5  2633  50   0.5  0.1   2213 1727 35 7.7 / 22 (24) kV Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 35 7.6 5.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 8.5 0.1 66      0.5 0.6  0.1 2.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1      .3 5.1 5.5 0.6   6939  23.2 67 7293   16.7 52  2570 70 9.1  0.5 0. Metallic Screening %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 25   0.1 3.0  0.1 2.1 3.3 71  5067   5.1 3.1  56  3003 95 11.1 2.5 0.1 2.1 2.5 0.5 0.5 0.1  76 10706 5976 300 20.9 59  3533 150   0.7 5.1 3.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 12.9  0.1 3.5) kV.1 2.5 0.7 / 15 (17.7  15223 7635 XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .0 60 5360 3530 120 12.0 5.5 0.7  0.0 62    16.3 71 10212  300 20.1 3.1  6292  150  5.1  55  3107 120 12.6  3137  70 9.5 5.1 3.1 3.1 3.7 52 3953 2633 95 11.9 5.

1 3.1 3.2    95 11.5     16.1 3.9  0.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 19 / 33 (36) kV Metallic %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of PVC overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of sheath of cable Copper %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 50   0.1  75  5165 150   0.1  0.3 72   120 12.1   12131  300 20.1  99    .7  9970     0.1 3.3  0.1  93    23.1 3.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .5  0.1    70 9.7  0.6  0.

6 kV UP TO AND INCLUDING 33 kV TO IEC 60502 DESCRIPTION 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIHGSTTIVXETIWGVIIRIHXLVIIGSVIWEWWIQFPIH XSKIXLIV[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGTSP]TVST]PIRI½PPIVWGSZIVIH[MXLI\XVYHIH4:'FIHHMRKEVQSYVIHERH4:'SYXIVWLIEXL CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE FOR VOLTAGES 6.THREE CORES .

Where there is a risk of mechanical damage.GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper tape screen (SCT) 'SPSYVJSVGSVIMRHIRXM½GEXMSR 6IH=IPPS[ERHFPYIXETIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHFIX[IIRRSRQIXEPPMGERHQIXEPPMGTEVXSJMRWYPEXMSRWGVIIR Assembly 8LVIIWGVIIRIHGSVIWEVIPEMHYTXSKIXLIVMJRIGIWWEV]½PPIH[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGQEXIVMEPGSQTEXMFPI[MXLMRWYPEXMSRERHGSZIVIH with a layer of PVC sheath. 238)'EFPIWGSQTP]MRK[MXL&7ERHGYWXSQIV´WWTIGM½GEXMSREVIEZEMPEFPIYTSRVIUYIWX+EPZERM^IHWXIIPXETIWETTPMIH LIPMGEPP]SZIVXLI4:'FIHHMRKMWEZEMPEFPIYTSRVIUYIWX  . Bedding )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJ4:'78GSQTSYRH Armour +EPZERM^IHWXIIP[MVIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHLIPMGEPP]SZIVXLI4:'FIHHMRK Outer sheath 4:'X]TIW78XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO APPLICATIONS These cables are generally suitable for direct burial or for installation on trays or ducts. armoured cables should be used.

7  0.15 3.1 2.0 0.1 66  6965  16.1 2.1 2.0   3161  25   0.1 2.15   20029  XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .5 2.6    50   0.9  0.7 51 5319  70 9.5 3.5 2.5 2.0 63   150   0.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 3.1 3.0 0.5 3.1 2.5 3.9 3.5 2.1  0.1 2.7 3.5  55 6336 5016 95 11.1 3.0 2.0 3.5 3.1 2.0 0.3  0.1 3.1 2.5  0.7    95 11.0 0.1 2.5 3.0 0.5     35 7.5 2.9     .6 50   70 9.15 3.5 2.15 3.1 3.5 77   300 20.5 3.9 59 7500 5670 120 12.5   3760 50  3.15 3.6 3.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 3.1 2.1 2.1 2.2) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI diameter of thickness of area of SJ<04) diameter of conductor thickness of steel wire PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16  3.1 2.1 2.6  16760   23.1 2.8 / 6.0 0.0 0.6   11157  23.1 65 9533 6692  16.3   2675 25  3.2 69     3.9  7272  120 12.35 / 11 (12) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI diameter of thickness of area of SJ<04) diameter of conductor thickness of steel wire PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16   0.9  0.0 0.1 2.0 61   150  3.5 3.0 0.3 70  7771    0.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 6.1 3.5 2.15  76   300 20.1 2.6 (7.3 3.0 0.5   3621 35 6.1 3.0 0.5 2.6  0.0 0.1 2.

7  0.5 3.5 0.5 0.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .3 5.5 3.6  0.1 2.5 3.15  73    16.1 3.7  5269  50   0.1 65 7697  95 11.0 61 7069  95 11.1 2.5 3.1 2.1 5.3  0.1 3.1 3.1 2.1 3.5 0.15 3.1 2.15  99    .1  0.1 3.6    300 20.5 3.2    150   0.5 3.0 5.5 0.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 8.15 3.6 51   35 7.5 0.7 5.1 3.5 2.5 77 12195   16.9 5.5 2.2 69  7117 120 12.1 3.5 77  9500    0.5 0.5  0.5 0.1 2.5) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI diameter of thickness of area of SJ<04) diameter of conductor thickness of steel wire PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 25   0.15 3.1 2.1 2.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 12.15  93  13050  23.15    12113  23.1 3.5 0.1 2.15  95   XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .7/ 22 (24) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI diameter of thickness of area of SJ<04) diameter of conductor thickness of steel wire PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 35 7.5 2.9  5905 5230 50  5.15    11707 300 20.1 65   120 12.5 5.7 / 15 (17.0 61 6606 5693 70 9.6      5.1 3.6 5.5 0.0  0.9 57 5976 5063 70 9.15 3.1 3.15   11021  150  5.5 2.1 3.1 2.9  0.5 0.

15 3.1 3.3 72   50   0.9  0.1 3.1 3.1 3.15  100   300 20.15 3.6 79   95 11.15  111    .3  0.15  75 9250  70 9.15   16116 12552    0.1 3.7    120 12.15 3.6  0.15 3.1 3.1 3.THREE CORES CU/XLPE/SCT/PVC/SWA/PVC CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 19/13 (36) kV Metallic 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP cross-sectional thickness overall diameter of %TTVS\MQEXI diameter of thickness of area of SJ<04) diameter of conductor thickness of steel wire PVC sheath Copper %PYQMRMYQ conduuctor insulation cable copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 35 7.9 90  11619  16.15     150   0.XLPE INSULATED ARMOURED PVC SHEATHED CABLE .1 3.1  0.1 3.1 3.7  0.15  105  15533  23.5  0.0  0.

with copper tape screened.THREE CORES .35 / 11 (12 ) kV DESCRIPTION Circular compacted stranded aluminium conductor. three cores assembled together with RSRL]KVSWGSTMGTSP]TVST]PIRI½PPIVWI\XVYHIH[MXL4)MRRIVWLIEXLERHJSPPS[IHF]ERI\XVYHIH4)SYXIVWLIEXL'SQTPMIW[MXL 8IREKE2EWMSREP&IVLEH. xlpe insulated.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE INNER AND OUTER SHEATH CABLE FOR VOLTAGE 6.

82& WTIGM½GEXMSR CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor screen )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Insulation <04).

Inner sheath 1(4)X]TIW787XS-)'GSPSYVFPEGO Outer sheath 1(4)X]TIW787XS-)'GSPSYVFEGOGSRXEMRMRKERHIJJIGXMZIXIVQMXIVITIPPIRX APPLICATIONS These cables are generally suitable for direct burial or for instrallation on trays or ducts.  .GVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRI VEXIHEXoC Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHPE]IVSJWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGSQTSYRH Metallic Part Copper tape screen (SCT) 'SPSYVJSVGSVIMRHIRXM½GEXMSR 6IH]IPPS[ERHFPYIXETIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHFIX[IIRRSRQIXEPPMGERHQIXEPPMGTEVXSJMRWYPEXMSRWGVIIR Assembly 8LVIIWGVIIRIHGSVIWEVIPEMHYTXSKIXLIVMJRIGIWWEV]½PPIH[MXLRSRL]KVSWGSTMGQEXIVMEPGSQTEXMFPI[MXLMRWYPEXMSRERHMRRIV sheath.

2 2.THREE CORES AL/XLPE/SCT/MDPE/MDPE CABLE ( WITH COPPER TAPE SCREENED ) 6.5 3.2  1771 35 7.2 2.7  0.2 2.2 2.7 56 3163 120 12.2 2.5 3.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE INNER AND OUTER SHEATH CABLE .5 2.2   25   0.5 2.0 67     0.1  0.5 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.3  2001 50   0.5 3.35 / 11 (12) kV Metallic %TTVS\MQEXI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP Screening 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI weight of cable sectional area of diameter of thickness of %TTVS\MQEXI XLMGORIWWSJ4) XLMGORIWWSJ4) overall diameter conductor conductor <04)MRWYPEXMSR thickness of inner Sheath outer Sheath of cable %PYQMRMYQ copper tape mm2 mm mm mm mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 16   0.5  0.5 2.5    70 9.9  0.5 2.2 2.3  0.2 2.1 72 5512 300 20.6  0.9 63   16.5 52 2673 95 11.5 2.2 2.5 3.0  0.3 77   23.6    .5  60  150   0.

XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE SHEATHED CABLE FOR VOLTAGE 76 / 132 (145) KV DESCRIPTIONS 'MVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV<04)MRWYPEXIH[MXLGSTTIV[MVIWGVIIRERH4)SYXIVWLIEXL 'SQTPMIW[MXL8IREKE2EWMSREP&IVLEH.SINGLE CORE .

82& 7TIGM½GEXMSR CONSTRUCTION Conductor 4PEMRGMVGYPEVGSQTEGXIHWXVERHIHGSTTIVSVEPYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSVXS-)'GPEWW Conductor screen )\XVYHIHWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRIGSQTSYRH Insulation )\XVYHIHWYTIVGPIER<04).

The Conductor screen.GVSWWPMROIHTSP]XL]PIRI Insulation screen Non-metallic part )\XVYHIHWIQMGSRHYGXMZIGVSWWPMROIHTSP]IXL]PIRIGSQTSYRH-XMW½VQP]FSRHIHXSXLIMRWYPEXMSRF]ZMVXYISJXLIWMQYPXERISYWGVSWW linking of insulation. insulation and insulation screen are extruded by simultaneous triple extrusion process. Metallic Part 'SRGIRXVMGVSYRHYRGSEXIHGSTTIV[MVIWWLEPPFIETTPMIHLIPMGEPP]ERHWLEPPFIGETEFPISJGEVV]MRKERIEVXLJEYPXGYVVIRXSJO%JSVWIGSRHW Radial moisture barrier 0EQMREXIH%PYQMRMYQ8ETIWLEPPFIETTPMIHPSRKMXYHMREPP] Outer sheath )\XVYHIHFPEGO4)GSRXEMRMRKERHIJJIGXMZIXIVQMXIVITIPPIRX APPLICATIONS *SVMRWXEPPEXMSRSRXVE]WHYGXWSVHMVIGXFYVMEP  .

0 20 330  102  12050 1IXEPPMG7VGIIR[MXLIEVXLJEYPXSJO%EX7 50 .6 20 330   10330   23.7 20      1000 39.6 20    11160 9270  23.3 20    12150 9750 500 26.3 20 330   11320  500 26.7 20 330  97 15990 10970 1000 39.SINGLE CORE CU/XLPE/SCW/PE CABLE ( WITH COPPER WIRE SCREENED ) 76/132 (145) kV 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of cross-sectional sectional area of diameter of thickness overall diameter <04) area of Copper %PYQMRMYQ conductor conductor SJ4)WLIEXL of cable insulation metallic screen mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 300 20.XLPE INSULATED UNARMOURED PE SHEATHED CABLE .2 20 330  90   630  20 330  93  10150  33.0 20   103 19120  1IXEPPMG7VGIIR[MXLIEVXLJEYPXSJO%EX7 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI[IMKLXSJGEFPI 2SQMREPGVSWW 2SQMREP 2SQMREP %TTVS\MQEXI thickness of cross.2 20   90 13310  630  20       33.sectional sectional area of diameter of thickness overall diameter <04) area of Copper %PYQMRMYQ conductor conductor SJ4)WLIEXL of cable insulation metallic screen mm2 mm mm mm2 mm mm /K/Q /K/Q 300 20.

APPENDIX : TECHNICAL DATA CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY The Current Carrying Capacity given in the following tables are based on the assumption shown below: 1) Maximum Conductor temperature : ----------------------------------------------------------------.90ºC   1E\MQYQ%QFMIRX8IQTIVEXYVI  -R%MV.

:SPXEKIYTXS.

............6kV up to and including 33 kV) ------------.....................5M    *SV.............. O: ------------------.....15ºC  +VSYRH8LIVQEP6IWMWXMZMX]  .... ž'Q.   0E]MRK(ITXL  *SV:SPXEKIYTXS/:--------------------------------------0........30ºC (Voltage 6...........25ºC    -R+VSYRH --------------------------------------------------....MKLIV:SPXEKIEFSZI/:----------------------------1   *SVSXLIVGSRHMXMSRWXLIVEXMRKJEGXSVWMRGPYHIHWLSYPHFIETTPMIH Table 1 RATING FACTORS FOR CABLE IN FREE AIR *36:308%+)9483.........................

05 1.09  1. The vertical clearance between circuits is not less than four times the diameter of an individual cable.95 0.00 0.91   0.00 0.03 1. -JXLIRYQFIVSJGMVGYMXWI\GIIHWXLVIIXLI]EVIMRWXEPPEIHMRELSVM^SRXEPTPERI Table 2 RATING FACTORS FOR CABLE IN GROUND %QFMIRX%MV8IQTIVEXYVI 10 oC 15 oC 20 oC 25 oC 30 oC 35 oC oC oC 6EXMRK*EGXSV 1.96 0.93    0.77 51 .97 0.91   *36:308%+)O:9483%2(-2'09(-2+O: %QFMIRX%MV8IQTIVEXYVI 20 oC 25 oC 30 oC 35 oC oC oC 50 oC 6EXMRK*EGXSV 1.00 0. O: %QFMIRX%MV8IQTIVEXYVI 20 Co 25 oC 30 oC 35 oC oC oC 50 oC 6EXMRK*EGXSV 1.75 %PPXLIVEXMRKWJSVGEFPIWVYRMREMVEVIFEWIHYTSRXLIEWWYQTXMSRXLEXXLI]EVIWLMIPHIHJVSQHMVIGXWYRPMKLXERH[MXLSYXVIWXVMGXMSRSJZIRXMPEXMSR )JJIGXSJKVSYTMRKGEFPIW2SVIHYGXMSRMRVEXMRKMWRIGIWWEV][LIVIXLIVIMWJVIIGMVGYPEXMSRSJEMVEVSYRHXLIGMVGYMXWTVSZMHIHXLEX 8LILSVM^SRXEPGPIEVERGIFIX[IIRGMVGYMXWMWRSXPIWWXLERX[MGIXLISZIVEPPHMEQIXIVSJERMRHMZMHYEPGEFPI 2.

77   5 0.52 0.55  0.66 0.53 0.73 0. IN TREFOIL AND LAID FLAT TOUCHING.73    to        5 0.76   to  0.60 0.79    0.79     0.52 0.71 0.62 0.66 0.52 0.56 0.75 0.66 0.72 0.72 9    0.50 0.76 6  0.60 0.76  7  0.69 0.62 0.71 0.57 0.52 0.79   0.70     6 0.63 0.76   5 0.56 0.79 10    0.70  10  0.66 0.76   7 0.55  0.77  9  0.60    52 .59 0.65  0.75 0.63 0.70 0.72 0.70 0.93  3 0.66 0.3m Q 0.76    0.56 0.55 0.59 0.59 0.61  2 0.90  0.63 0.63     5 0.3m Q 0.62 0.73 0.60 0.77    0.91  3 0.56 0.65 0.15 m* 0.55 0.77 to 6 0.60 0.63 0.55  0.52   0.92 3 0.50    0.90 0.72 0.72 0.79 9  0.70    0.63 0.76 Table 4 GROUP RATING FACTORS FOR MULTICORE CABLE IN HORIZONTAL FORMATION 2YQFIVSJ'EFPIW Spacing of circuits (between centres cable groups) Cable voltage (kV) in Group Touching 0.77  7 0.73 0.57 0.52 0.73 0.75   5 0.79 6 0.50     10   0.67 0.65 0.70 10    0.72 0.51 0.60     0.77 2    0.66 0.76   7 0.57 0.63 0.Table 3 GROUP RATING FACTORS FOR CIRCUITS OF THREE SINGLE CORE CABLE.90  3 0.73 2     0.50 0.63 0.75 0.60 0.72 0.70 0.71 0.72 0.65 0.60  0.77 2      0.72    6 0.53 0.76 9  0.61  0.67 0.6m 2   0.66 0.67 0.70 0.69     0.55 0. HORIZONTAL FORMATION Spacing of circuit (between centres cable groups) Cable voltage 2YQFIVSJ Touching (kV) circuits 0.90 0.70 0.55  0.75     0.90 3 0.57 0.63 0.76   5 0.57 0.70 0.76    0.62  0.69 0.15m 0.6m Trefoil 0EMH¾EX 2 0.93 3 0.73   XS 6 0.91 0.53 0.

Table 5 RATING FACTORS FOR SOIL THERMAL RESISTIVITY 'SRHYGSXSV7M^I.

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07 0.07 0.71 0.09 1.10 1.0 2.79 0.07 0.70 *VSQXS 1.06  0.5 3.79  *VSQXS  1.0 1.65 Multi core cables Up to 16 1.91  0./Q.07 0.90 0.17 1.11 1.16 1.5 2.93  0.90  0.66 *VSQXS  1.67 *VSQXS 1.73 0.11 1.76 0.92    Table 6 RATING FACTORS FOR DEPTH OF LAYING ( to centre of cable or trefoil group of cable ) .  0.95  0.16 1.0 Single core cables Up to 150 1.72 0.9 1.13  0.12 1.

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92 0.5 1.90   0.97 1.95 1.90 2.97 0.91   0.00 1.00  0.96  1.50 0.00 1.93 0.00 1.00 1.92  0.95  0.00 1.6 0.50 0.99  0.25  0.91  3.97 1.92    0.00 1.0 or above    0.90  53 .91  0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.Q up to 50 mm 2 70mm to 300mm 2 2 above 300mm 2 up to 300mm2 above 300mm2 0.95  1.92 2.75 0.92 0.90 0.96 0.

6 / 1 (1.2) kV UNARMOURED XLPE CABLE 'YVVIRX6EXMRK Conductor Voltage Drop -R%MV -R+VSYRH 7M^I (mm2) 1C 2C ' 1C 2C ' 1C 2C ' .Table 7a CURRENT RATINGS FOR 0.

% .

% .

.69 0. 733 .29 0. .5 33 36 32  52  16 19 16     59 67 56 10 12 10 6 56 63  73  71  7.19 0.21      712  719 0. 0. -   .19 .9 2. .35 0.21 0.1 2.5 2. 0. .16 .2 1.00  70    279 326  0. - * Single core cable with aluminium wire armour  .39      511   0.62 0. -   .31 300     579  0.60 0.97 95 253 257 227 259 303 255   0.15 50 207 225 192  265 223  1. . 0.5 25 135  127 161 190  1.65  70 206 211  217 253 213  1.Q:%Q Copper Conductor 1.26  607     556   0. 900 .  . - 1000  .62 1.155 .7 3. 1090 . .72 120 296 300 263 295  291 0.170 .0 12 10 10 60 67  75  73  7.9 2.39  0. .95 50 159   177 205 173  1.  .26  663  570  665 563  0.165 .7 35 129 135 120  177  1. .52  120      375 0. . .  . - %PYQMRMYQ'SRHYGXSV 6    60 69  1.30  510    566   0. .29 0.25 0.15 0.33 0.195 0. 0. 0.60 95  352  335 391 329  0. .9 1. .5 25 26 23 35 39 33 27 31 27 2.65 35 169   193 229 191  1.21 .165 500  .29 0.35 1.66  150    331  326  0. - 630  .9  16  91 77 97 113     25 103  97 125  123 2. - 630 1069 .9  10 77  75  113 95    16 102 115 100 125  122 2.  .  .55   395 397  375  371   0. 0.  . .37 150   399    0.21 500 770 . - 1000 1211 . 1002 .35 0. .21 300 703  621 629  630 0. .

6 / 1 (1.Table 7b CURRENT RATINGS FOR 0.2) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE 'YVVIRX6EXMRK Conductor Voltage Drop -R%MV -R+VSYRH 7M^I (mm2) 1C 2C ' 1C 2C ' 1C 2C ' .

% .

% .

.  .5 37 39 33  52  16 19 16   52  61 67 56 10 12 10 6 60 66 56 75  70  7. - 1000  .66  150 337  305 331  311  0. . -  1119 .39      507   0.16 . 701 .19 .72 120 292 303  296   0.95 50 162 166  177 196 165  1.31 300     572  0.21 500  . - 630 1027 .55   391  350   353   0.35 0.5 2.65 35 170  162 195 219   1.19 0. - * Single core cable with aluminium wire armour 55 . 777 . .62 1. 0. 765 . .170 .21 300 720 732  623  592 0. .9 2. -   . . 0.2 1.21 0.155 . .37 150       0.60 95      319  0.25 0.29 0. - 1000  .69 0. .Q:%Q Copper Conductor 1.195 0. - 630  .60 0.33 0. 0. .26  625 636   632 529   0. .97 95 252   260     0.1 2.00  70  291 251  317 266 0.7 3.  .9 1. 629 .65  70 207 211    203  1.21      691 799 667 0.7 35 132  120 151 165 139 1.9  16      91    25  112  127  116 2. 0.29 0.  .5 25  152 131 163  152 1. .5  29 25 36  33 27 31 27 2.21 .35 1.  . 0.30  529 539      0.165 .39  0. - %PYQMRMYQ'SRHYGXSV 6  52  61 69 57 1.26  625  562 563 655   0. 0.15 0. .0 12 10 10 63 67 57 77  73  7.9  10  90  100 113     16 106 115 99 127  119 2.35 0.52  120   353   363 0.165 500  . . .15 50 222  197 231 259 217  1.9 2. .  .62 0. .  .29 0.

9 / 3.3 (3.6) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE -R%MV -R+VSYRH Conductor Single Core a Single Core a 7M^I 3 Core 3 Core Trefoil *PEX Trefoil *PEX (mm²) .Table 8 CURRENT RATINGS FOR 1.

% .

% .

% .

% .

% .

  -  1131  .  735 - %PYQMRMYQ'SRHYGXSV 50 173 217 155 170 176  70 216 270   215  95   237  256 233 120  377 276   265 150 350  313 315 320 297    360 355 359 336   561     300  631     a Single core cables with aluminium wire armour 56 .  703 - 1000 1227 1121 . 720  - 630  1007 .% Copper Conductor 50 230   222 230 207 70  357 257 271 279  95 353  315  331 305 120   365 366 369  150  553       622      630 715 560  512 502 300 717 793   560 563     651 595 633 500  929 .

Table 9 CURRENT RATINGS FOR ARMOURED XLPE CABLE .

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 Conductor -R%MV -R+VSYRH -R%MV -R+VSYRH 7M^I Single Core a Single Core a Single Core a Single Corea 3 Core 3 Core 3 Core 3 Core Trefoil Trefoil Trefoil Trefoil (mm2) .

% .

% .

% .

% .

% .

% .

% .

% Copper Conductor 50 235 220 220 210  225 220 210 70  270 270 255 300 275 270 255 95 360 330 320 300 360 330 320 295 120  375 360    360 335 150        375      550      570 530  650 570 530  300  650 600   650 600 530     600   690 590 500 990 . 690 -  1060 . 610 - 630 910 . 790 .  -  1270 . 610 . 770 . 1130 .  . 750 .  . 920 .  . 760 - 630 1110 . 770 - a Copper wire screened 57 . 1060 . 930 - %PYQMRMYQ'SRHYGXSV 50  170 170 160 190 175 170 160 70 225 210 210 195 235 215 210 195 95  250 250 230  260 250 230 120 320 295  265 330 300  260 150 365 330 320 300 375 335 320 290    360 335  390 360 330  500    510    300  510    520    670 590    600 550  500 790 . 920 .  .

2) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* Multicore cable Conductor %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.Table 10 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 0.6 / 1 (1.

.^ %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI 7M^I Copper %PYQMRMYQ Trefoil *PEX Copper %PYQMRMYQ .

.^ (mm2) .

3LQOQ .

3LQOQ .

3LQOQ .

3LQOQ .

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11 0.0515 .160 0.137 0.053   0.3 (3.927  0.103 0.211 0.265 0.073   0.252  .206 2.325 0.073   0.097   .95 0.93 5.150  0.0363 0.106    0.196    25 0.211 0.096   0.6) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* 3 core cable Conductor %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.130 0.092 0.5  .11 0.096  0.072   0.33 3.073 150 0.0316 .175  1.5  .072 300  0.91  0.91  10 2. 0.075 95    0.236  .073 120 0. 0.103 2.129 0. - Table 11 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 1.091 6 3.265 0.0316    0.  0.197 0.130 0.090   0.161   0.122  0.077 50   0.103 0.076 70   0.271  .93 5.079 35  1. 0.096  0. -  0.3LQOQ 1. 0.162 0.33 3.169 0.090   0.065    .160 0. - 630  0.927  0.0515    0.  0.162 0.069 500 0.116 0.156   0.197 0.222 3.95  16   0.325 0.0363 .9 / 3.103 0. - 1000 0.

^ %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI 7M^I Copper %PYQMRMYQ Trefoil *PEX Copper %PYQMRMYQ ..

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103 0.116 0.160 0.325  0.197 0.11 0.130 0.211 0.090   0. - * %PYQMRMYQ[MVIEVQSYVIH  Twice cable diameter spacing between centres  .065   .076   0.265 0.150  0.079 150 0.162  0.211    0. .126   1.197 0.103 0. - 630  0.172    70   0.11 0.095 35  1.070 500 0.133  0.160 0.160    120 0.907  0.110 0.092 50   0.265 0.130 0.3LQOQ 16    0.0515    . .165    95    0.162  300  0.091   0.159 0.073   0.156 0.100 0.325 0.077   0.907  0.197    25 0.

35 / 11 (12) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* 3 core cable Conductor %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.Table 12 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 3.6 (7.2) kV AND 6.8 / 6.

^ %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI 7M^I Capacitance Capacitance Copper %PYQMRMYQ Trefoil *PEX Copper %PYQMRMYQ ..

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265 0.159 0.36 70   0.65 300 0. . - .61  0. .325 0.50 150 0.65  0. .56  0.162  0.102 0.0639    .102  0.105 0.62  0.0791 0.67  0.0510    0. .115     0.60   0.092  0.55   0.105 0.196 0. O: 50   0.130  0.099 0.102 0.092 0.159 0.100  95   0.156 0.162  0.153 0.095  120 0.211  0.211 0.70 500 0.167    0.196 0.121     0.109 0.265 0.0632 0.096 0.090 0.162 0.325 0.69 .159 0.51 0.151 0. - 630  0.130  0.

163 0. .160   0. O: 50   0.66 . - 630  0.161 0. .130 0.156   0.096 0. .153 0.092    0.171 0.325 0.166 0.102  0.325 0.32 95    0.51 300 0. - * Copper wire screened  Twice cable diameter spacing between centres 59 .0639    .0639 0.130  0.265     0. .106 0.26   0.090  0.0797 0.111  70   0.120 0.52 0.0632 0.265 0.150  0.39 0.211 0.0510  0.097 0.33   0.36 120 0.62 500 0.30   0.106 0.0791 0.109 0.196 0.100 0.102 0.159 0.177 0.196 0.099 0.39 150 0.103 0.56  0.161  0.36 0.127  0.159 0.093 0.211 0.

5) kV AND 12.Table 13 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 8.7 / 22 (24) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* 3 core cable Conductor %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.7 / 15 (17.

.^ %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI 7M^I Capacitance Capacitance Copper %PYQMRMYQ Trefoil *PEX Copper %PYQMRMYQ .

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325  0.097 0.176 0.132 0.100    0.097 0.151 0.27   0.153  0.0636 0. - 630  0.106 0.29 120 0.325 0.0636 0.161 0.160   0. .107    0. - .090  0.100 0.159  0.31 150 0.125     0.31 0.51 .37  0.196 0.093  300 0.102 0.190 0.23 70   0.0979 0.57 .265 0.130 0.0507  0.111  0. .171 0.21    0.211 0.50 500 0.0790 0.0630 0.159 0. O: 50   0.196 0.211 0.090   0.119 0.103 0.093 0.102  0.112 0.130 0. .156   0.161 0.29 0. .26 95   0.102 0.

325  0.137 0. - 630   0.20 70   0. .0923   . .152  .165 0.079 0. .31   0.265 0.090  500 0.211 0.159      0.37  0.32  0.0995 0.192     0. O: 50   0.063 0.130  0.130 0.26 150 0.107 0.063 0.159 0.21    0.127 0.155 0.130  0. .0959 0.106 0. - * Copper wire screened  Twice cable diameter spacing between centres 60 .173 0.103  0.170 0.101 0.27 0.102 0.23   0.123  0.22 95   0.35 0.325 0.29 0.102 0.211 0.161 0.097  300 0.196 0.25 0.111 0.111  120 0.161 0.161 0.39 0.079 0.196 0.051  0.115 0.

Table 14 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 19 / 33 (36) kV ARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* 3 core cable Conductor %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.

.^ %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI 7M^I Capacitance Capacitance Copper %PYQMRMYQ Trefoil *PEX Copper %PYQMRMYQ .

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129 0.0509 0.129 0.32 .0630 0.155 0.122  0.095 0.16   0.30 500 0.110 0.113 0.Y*OQ 70     0.127 0. .0500 0.19 0.17 120 0.129 0.127  0. .265  0.102 0.117 0. .13  0. .127 0.35 .20  0.0797   0.29 0.101 0.151  . - 630  0.211 0.102  0.162 0.0629 0.265 0.161 0.26  0.159 0.211 0. .136     0. -   0.117  150 0.122 0. .160 0.166 0.15 95   0.109 0.27   0.21  0.196 0.106 0.161 0.25 300  0.325 0. - * Copper wire screened  Twice cable diameter spacing between centres Table 15 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 76 / 132(145) kV SINGLE CORE UNARMOURED XLPE CABLE Single core cables* 'SRHYGXSV7M^I %'VIWMWXERGIEXž' 6IEGXERGI.196  0.0976 0.22 0.20 0.100 0.169   0.

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050 0.Y*OQ 300  0.102  61 .106  1000   0.175  0.110 0.062 0.062 0.151 500  0.122   0.162 630  0.033 0.101  0.079  0.129 0.

%2O:9483O: Unarmoured cable .Single core 15D 12D .Single core 20D 15D .Three core ( 12D 2SXI(MWSZIVEPPGEFPIHMEQIXIV Table 17 SIDE WALL PRESSURE 4IVQMWWMFPIQE\MQYQWMHI[EPPTVIWWYVIXSXLIGEFPIEXFIRHMRKTSMRXHYVMRKMRWXEPPEXMSRMWOKJQ Side wall Puling tension (kgf) T pressure = = to cable Bending radius (m) 6 6 Side wall pressure 6 Table 18 COPPER SCREEN FOR SINGLE CORE UNARMOURED CABLES FOR VOLTAGE 6.120 16 150 .Circular conductor 6D 6D .Single core 20D 20D .300 25  35 ERHEFSZI 50 62 .Single core 20D 15D .Three core 15D 12D %VQSYVIHGEFPI .Table 16 BENDING RADIUS 1-2-191&)2(-2+6%(-97 *36:308%+)O:9483%2(-2'09(-2+O: During installation *M\IHMRWXEPPEXMSR Unarmoured cable .6kV UP TO 33kV *SVWMRKPIGSVIYREVQSYVIHGEFPIWMXMWGSQQSRTVEGXMGIXSTVSZMHIGSTTIVWGVIIRSJQMRMQYQGVSWWWIGXMSREPEVIEEWMRHMGEXIHFIPS[YRPIWW WTIGM½GF]IEVXLJEYPXVIUYMVIQIRXWSJXLIW]WXIQ Conductor cross section Copper screen area mm² mm² 50 .Shaped conductor ( ( *36:308%+)O:9483%2(-2'09(-2+O: Unarmoured cable .Shaped conductor ( ( %VQSYVIHGEFPI .Three core 12D 10D *36:308%+)136)8.Circular conductor 6D 6D .Three core ( 15D %VQSYVIHGEFPI .

Table 19 PERMISSIBLE MAXIMUM PULLING FORCE ( P ) Means of pulling Type of cable *SVQYPE *EGXSV W!2QQ2 With pulling eye attached to the (Copper conductor) %PPX]TIWSJGEFPIW P = Ʊ% conductors W!2QQ2 .

%PYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV W!2QQ2 (Copper conductor) Un-armoured cables* P = Ʊ% With pulling W!2QQ2 Stocking .

%PYQMRMYQGSRHYGXSV %VQSYVIHGEFPIW P = k . whereas the pulling force 3 laid-up single core cables is 3 times that of a single core and for 3 non-laid-up single core cables is 2 times that of a single core 2SXETTPMGEFPIJSVLMKLZSPXEKIGEFPIW 4!4IVQMWWEFPIQE\MQYQTYPPMRKJSVGIMR2 %!8SXEPGVSWWWIGXMSREPEVIEMRQQòSJEPPGSRHYGXSVW. d2 O!2QQ2 0IEHWLIEXLGEFPIW P = k . the same maximum pulling force applies.d 2 O!2QQ2 * When pulling 3 single core cables simultaneously with a common pulling stocking.

FYXRSXWGVIIRSVGSRGIRXVMGGSRHYGXSV d = Outside diameter of cable in mm Ʊ!4IVQMWWMFPIXIRWMPIWXVIWWSJGSRHYGXSVMR2QQò O!)QTMVMGEPP]HIVMZIHJEGXSVMR2QQò Table 20 PERMISSIBLE RADIAL LOAD Permissible radial loads for pulling through pipes 2SR%VQSYVIH'EFPIW 2Q 'EFPIW[MXL7MRKPI%VQSYV 2Q 1E\MQYQTIVQMWWMFPIPSEHWSRVSPPIVW½XXIHSRFIRHW 2SR%VQSYVIH'EFPIW 2Q 'EFPIW[MXL7MRKPI%VQSYV 2Q .LIRYWMRKVSPPIVGLEMR.

VSPPIVWQ 2SR%VQSYVIH'EFPIW 2Q 'EFPIW[MXL7MRKPI%VQSYV 2Q .LIRSRP]VSPPIVWQEVI½XXIH 2SR%VQSYVIH'EFPIW 2Q 'EFPIW[MXL7MRKPI%VQSYV 2Q 63 .

Table 21 METRIC CONDUCTOR SIZES AND RESISTANCES ( at 20°C ) Minimum number of wires in the conductor Maximum d.resistance Conductor Circular compacted Metal Circular conductor Shaped Conductor 7M^I.c.

QQ2 ) stranded Plain Copper Coated %PYQMRMYQ .

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56 -  7 7 6 . .   - 1 7 .0601 0. .0 36. .320 120 37 37  15  15 0.  3.253 150 37 37  15  15  0.    16 7 7 6 6 .100  61 61 53 53 53 53    500 61 61 53 53 53 53 0.16 1.727  1. 0. .20 35 7 7 6 6 6 6  0. .0291 * includes metal-coated and metal clad )\GITX[LIVIWXEXIHXLIHEXEMWMREGGSVHERGI[MXL-)'ERH&7  .SLQOQ 0.15 1. . 6 .5 7 .100   61 61  30  30  0. .126 0.75 7 . . .    6 7 7 6 .0762 0. . .5 7 . .125 300 61 61  30  30 0.5 7 . .0221  0.0605 630 91 91 53 53 53 53     91 91 53 53 . 6 .206  37 37 30 30 30 30 0.0607 0. 0.193 0. .153  0. 36.0991 0. .0369 0. . .0177 0. . .0366 0. .11  10 7 7 6 .2 - 2.529  50 19 19 6 6 6 6  0. 12.195 0.91 25 7 7 6 6 6 6 0. 1. .270  95 19 19 15 15 15 15 0.391  70 19 19 12 12 12 12  0.0367 1000 91 91 53 53 . .1 12.  7. . .0176 0. .   - 1.7 - 0.

Table 22 TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS FOR CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE 8IQTIVEXYVISJGSRHYGXSV.

200 75  1.962  31   32   33 0.965 1.029 0.909 1.120 55   60  1.960 11 1.037  12 1.260 90   8LIQERYJEGXYVIVVIWIVZIWXLIVMKLXXSQSHMJ]SVZEV]XLIGSRWXVYGXMSRSVWTIGM½GEXMSRSJER]SJXLITVSHYGXWEXXLIMVHMWGVIXMSRERH[MXLSYX prior notice.972  1.976 15 1.973   0.952 9  0.996  22 0.992 19  0. 65 .060  0.100 50  1.951 1.025 0.056 35  1.926   0.160 65   70  1.032 29 0.977  27 0.012   1.055   1.059  7 1.020  16 1.052   1.„' *EGXSVXSGSRZIVXXS„' 6IGMTVSGEPXSGSRZIVXJVSQ„' 5   6 1.992  23  1.016  17 1.956 10  0.012    0.220      1.969 1. unintentional or otherwise.033  13 1.036 30 0.996 20 1.000 21 0.it is believed to be reliable FYXEWIEGLETTPMGEXMSRMWYRMUYIXLIQERYJEGXYVIVGEREGGITXRSVIWTSRWMFMPMX]EWXSXLIWYMXEFMPMX]SJER]TVSHYGXWJSVETEVXMGYPEVYWISVJSVER] errors or omissions.050 0. The information contained herein is in line with the appropriate standards and sound electrical practice .020 26 0.000 1.016 25  1.

SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT FOR XLPE CABLES (COPPER CONDUCTOR) Curves are based on : 'EFPIW[EWEXQE\MQYQSTIVEXMRKXIQTIVEXYVISJ„'EXXLIWXEVXSJWLSVXGMVGYMX *MREPGSRHYGXSVXIQTIVEXYVISJ„' Conductor Short circuit WM^I current (1s) (mm²) .

21 2.O% 1.5 0.59 1E\MQYQ4IVQMWWMFPI7LSVX'MVGYMX'YVVIRX.01 50 7.36  0.15 70 10.29 25  35 5.57 6  10  16 2.02 95 13.5 0.

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SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT FOR XLPE CABLES (ALUMINIUM CONDUCTOR) Curves are based on : 'EFPIW[EWEXQE\MQYQSTIVEXMRKXIQTIVEXYVISJ„'EXXLIWXEVXSJWLSVXGMVGYMX *MREPGSRHYGXSVXIQTIVEXYVISJ„' Conductor Short circuit WM^I current (1s) (mm²) .

57 10  16 1.51 25 2.5    6 0.31 50  70 6.36 35 3.O% 1.5  2.61 95  1E\MQYQ4IVQMWWMFPI7LSVX'MVGYMX'YVVIRX.

O% 120  150    'SRHYGXSV7M^IW.

79 500  630 59.QQò   300   37. please divide the given value by 3t Duration of Short Circuit ( second ) for Copper Conductor 67 .52   1000  2SXI *SVER]SXLIV duration ‘t’ seconds.

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