What is Overhead Cable?

An overhead cable is a cable for the transmission of information, laid on utility poles. Overhead telephone and cable TV lines are common in North America. Elsewhere, overhead cables are laid mainly f [Read More…]

Aerial Bundle Cable

1, the implementation of standards:

GB12527-1990 rated voltage is below and 1KV overhead, refer to IEC502,IEC227.

Rated voltage 10KV, 35KV, aerial cable GB14049-1993, refer to using IEC502 (1983) [Read More…]

AC power cable

High voltage is defined as any voltage over 1000 volts. Cables for 3000 and 6000 volts exist, but the majority of cables are used from 10 kV and upward. Those of 10 to 33 kV are usually called medium [Read More…]

Difference between THHN wire and TFFN wire

THHN wire and TFFN wire belong to a category of electrical wire also known as building wire. TFFN and THHN wire are built in accordance with the National Electrical Code for general purpose wiring for [Read More…]

Electric power Related definition

The electric power P is equal to the energy consumption E divided by the consumption time t:

P is the electric power in watt (W).

E is the energy consumption in joule (J).

t is the time in secon [Read More…]

XLPE Has High Heat-resistant Water-resistant

XHHW is an alphabetism or initialism which stands for “XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) High Heat-resistant Water-resistant.” XHHW is a designation for a specific insulation material, temperature rati [Read More…]

Wire and Cable Market

Wires and cables form an integral part of the modern day industries. South Africa, a developing nation holds a significant potential for the wire and cable industry. Wire and cable form the backbone o [Read More…]