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7866.176
Sipboard cables with copper tendons with a rubber isolation, in a shell from butter-proof rubber, not diffusing burning, in a general screen from the copper tin-plated wires
CONSTRUCTION
1. CURRENT IS CONDUCTING WIRE copper, round, multiwire; corresponds a class 3 by a section ot 1.0 to 4.0 mm², to the class 2 by a section ot 6 to 120 mm² .
2. DIVIDING LAYER imposition of synthetic tapes is assumed for a current-conducting tendons (under an isolation) of cables.
3. ISOLATION from isolating rubber.
4. TWISTING the isolated tendons of cables are twisted up in a cable concentric povivami in different directions, twisting of the isolated tendons is assumed concentric by coils in one side. Isolated tendons of two-cables of tendons by a section to 4 mm² it is inclusive assumed to dispose parallel. In each by coils cables with the section of tendon to 2.5 mm² there are an account tendon and tendon of direction.
Twisting of the isolated tendons to the cable application as filling of rubber cord is admitted.
5. DIVIDING LAYER on an isolation one the cables of tendons and outward coil of the isolated tendons of cables is imposed puttee from one synthetic tape. Longitudinal imposition of synthetic tape is assumed. Making of cables is assumed without imposition of tape.
6. SHELL from butter-proof rubber, not diffusing burning.
7. SCREEN over a shell as wickerwork a closeness no less than 80%, executed from copper wires a nominal diameter no more than 0.3 mm, tin-plated a tin-leaden solder with maintenance of tin no less than 40%.
APPLICATION DOMAIN
Sipboard cables type of are used in power and lighting networks, in the chains of management, signaling and between connections of devices on variable voltage 690 V by frequency 400 Hz. or permanent voltage 1200 V; for an immobile gasket into apartments and to the opened deck, on condition of protecting from direct influence of sun radiation, including at influence of radial hydrostatical pressure to 1.96 Mpa (20 kgs/sm²).
CODES GCE:
    35 8663 02 cables type of
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Cables are intended for exploitation at the temperature of environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ot +45 to 40
Gasket and editing of cables without the preliminary heating must be made at a temperature not below . . . 15
    Cables are proof to influence of relative humidity to 100% at a temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +35
    Cables are proof to loadings of vibrations and single loadings of shocks
    Cables are proof to influence of salt water
    Cables do not diffuse burning at a single gasket
    Cables are proof to periodic influence of lubricating butters and diesel fuel
Radius of bend at editing of cables of immobile gasket, no less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 outward diameters of cable
Radius of bend at editing of cables in difficultly accessible places, no less . . . . . . . . 3 outward diameters of cable
at the number of bends no more than two in one place
    Cables maintain a test variable voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2500 V
Electric resistance an isolation at a temperature +20, no less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 mkm
Protractedly possible temperature on current conducting tendon, no more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +65
Build length of cables, no less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 m
Guarantee term of exploitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 years from the day of putting of cables into operation
Term of service, no less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 years

Number and nominal section of tendon, mm² Outward diameter of cable, mm Mass of a 1 km. of cable, kg
 
1 x 4 11,4 257
1 x 6 11,9 290
1 x 10 13,3 371
1 x 16 14,3 457
1 x 25 16,0 600
1 x 35 18,2 780
1 x 50 19,9 961
1 x 70 21,7 1215
1 x 95 24,0 1550
1 x 120 25,6 1835
 
2 x 4 15,9 455
2 x 6 18,0 587
2 x 10 20,7 799
2 x 16 22,8 1020
2 x 25 26,2 1395
2 x 35 28,5 1715
2 x 50 33,0 2192
 
3 x 4 17,6 515
3 x 6 18,8 673
3 x 10 21,7 930
3 x 16 23,9 1207
3 x 25 27,6 1680
3 x 35 30,1 2094
3 x 50 34,8 2788
 
1 x 1,0 10,0 187
2 x 1,0 13,2 292
3 x 1,0 13,7 319
4 x 1,0 14,5 357
5 x 1,0 15,4 399
7 x 1,0 17,4 517
10 x 1,0 20,6 664
Number and nominal section of tendon, mm² Outward diameter of cable, mm Mass of a 1 km. of cable, kg
 
1 x 1,5 10,3 202
2 x 1,5 13,8 324
3 x 1,5 14,3 355
4 x 1,5 15,2 399
5 x 1,5 17,3 504
7 x 1,5 18,3 585
10 x 1,5 21,8 760
12 x 1,5 22,3 828
14 x 1,5 23,2 907
16 x 1,5 24,3 991
19 x 1,5 25,3 1100
24 x 1,5 28,8 1322
27 x 1,5 29,3 1425
30 x 1,5 30,2 1532
33 x 1,5 31,3 1645
37 x 1,5 33,3 1608
 
1 x 2,5 10,8 226
2 x 2,5 14,8 383
3 x 2,5 15,4 427
4 x 2,5 17,5 533
5 x 2,5 18,6 603
7 x 2,5 19,8 718
10 x 2,5 23,8 947
12 x 2,5 24,4 1041
14 x 2,5 25,5 1151
16 x 2,5 26,7 1264
19 x 2,5 27,9 1419
24 x 2,5 31,9 1728
27 x 2,5 33,5 1963
30 x 2,5 34,5 2115
33 x 2,5 35,7 2273
37 x 2,5 36,9 2471
 

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