TECK90(AL) 5 kV Multi core with bare ground conductor; Unshielded
General application as power cable in low voltage.
StandardsInternational : FT4 IEEE1202 ; IEC 60332-1-2; UIC 895
National : CSA C22.2 N° 03-01; CSA C22.2 N° 131; CSA C22.2 N° 2556; CSA C22.2 N° 38; SAE J-1127; UL 2556; UL 44
General application in low voltage distribution networks in operating stations where high mechanical strength is required. The interlocked aluminum armor gives greater flexibility compared to the traditional steel armour and the type of conformation of the same make has a high resistance to loads that could be placed on it. Class I, Div.2 and Class II, Div.2 hazardous locations per NEC.
1. Conductor: Compact aluminum 8000 series, class B.
2. Inner semi-conductor: Extruded.
3. Insulation: Cross linked polyethylene XLPE.
4. Bare grounding conductor: Compact soft copper, class B.
5. Inner covering: Anti-flame compound polyvinyl chloride PVC.
6. Armor: Interlocked aluminium tape.
7. Outer sheath: Anti-flame compound polyvinyl chloride PVC.
Resistance to abrasion and oils. Resistance to weather and sunlight. Its armour provides additional mechanical protection and provides greater flexibility compared with other types of armour. Low content of acid gases according to CSA 22.2 AG14. Resistance to liquid fuels and oil according to UIC 895 OR. Resistance to sulfuric acid according to SAE J1127. Resistant to gasoline GR I according to UL 44. Does not spread the fire according to IEEE 1202 / FT-4. Resistance to attack by rodents.
INDECO S.A. Month -Year - (Nb. cores x Gauge phase cond. + Gauge ground. cond.) 5 kV TECK90(AL) XLPE Aluminium FT4 AG14 -25C - Sequential length.
Non returnable wooden reels.
Insulation: Black, red and blue.
Outer sheath: Black.
CSA C22.2 Nº 131-14: Type TECK 90 cable.
CSA C22.2 Nº 38-14: Thermoset-insulated wires and cables.
CSA C22.2 Nº 03-01: Test methods for electrical wires and cables.
CSA C22.2 Nº 2556-15: Wire and cable test methods.
IEC 60332-1-2: Test for vertical flame propagation for a single insulated wire or cable - Procedure for 1 kW pre-mixed flame.
UL 2556: Wire and Cable Test Methods. Section 9.3: FT1 (Vertical-Specimen) Flame Test.
FT4/IEEE 1202: Vertical Tray Flame Test.
SAE J1127: Standard for Vehicle Cables. Battery cable Clause 6.7 (Compatibility of fluids) - Resistance to Sulfuric Acid.
UL 44: Thermoset-Insulated Wires and Cables. Section 5.17: Gasoline and oil resistance.
UIC 895 OR: Technical specifications for the supply of insulated electric cables for railway vehicles - Oil resistance.
UL 2556: Wire and Cable Test Methods. Section 184.108.40.206:Carbon-Arc and Xenon-Arc Tests- Sunlight resistance.
|Conductor material||Aluminum 8000 series|
|Inner sheath||Flame retardant PVC|
|Armour type||Interlocked aluminum tape|
|Outer sheath||Flame retardant PVC|
|Time of application Dielectric strength core to screen DC||1min.|
|Mechanical resistance to impacts||Excellent|
|Slightly halogenous||CSA 22.2 AG14 HCl < 14 %|
|U.V resistance||UL 2556 - Sunlight Resistance|
|Flame retardant||IEC 60332-1-2; FT1|
|Fire retardant||FT4 (CSA C22.2 No. 2556/9.6)|
|Oil resistance||UIC 895 OR|
|Fuel resistance||GR I - UL44|
|Rodent protection||Corrugated aluminium tape|
|Bending factor when installed||7(xD)|
|Maximum operating temperature||90°C|
|Overload maximum core temperature||130°C|
|Short-circuit max. conductor temperature||250°C|
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