VOP Cables

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Cores x cross-sec in mm²

Approximately

Outer Diameter

Ø mm

Copper Weight kg/km

Cable Weight

kg/km

2x2x0.5

16.8

460

20

5x2x0.5

20.9

760

25

10x2x0.5

27.9

1300

32

20x2x0.5

34.3

1870

40

30x2x0.5

40.5

2620

50S

50x2x0.5

51.5

4180

50

2x2x0.75

17.6

500

20

5x2x0.75

22

920

25

10x2x0.75

29.5

1610

32

20x2x0.75

37.8

2420

40

30x2x0.75

43.9

3120

50S

50x2x0.75

55

4910

63S

2x2x1.5

20.4

730

20

5x2x1.5

25.4

1180

25

10x2x1.5

33.5

1820

40

20x2x1.5

42.6

3030

50S

30x2x1.5

50.8

3650

50

50x2x1.5

62.6

5640

63

For cross sections that are not mentioned, please contact our sales department.

PT1 (or PT2), TY2, ICAT, SCR, SWA

Cable structure

Technical data

CoresPlain annealed copper conductors

Core insulationPE (PT1,TY2) PVC (PT2,TY)

Core codingColored cores (See pg. 196 BOARD 1 for PE and pg. 197 BOARD 2 for PVC)Cores are laid up in pairs

Pair shielding Aluminium foil and drain wire 0.5 mm²

Inner sheath PE (PT1, TY2) or PVC (PT2, TY2)

Armoring Galvanized steel wires

Outer sheath PVC, black or blue color

Temperature rangeFrom -20ºC up to +65ºC

Bending radius6 x Ø cableShould not be installed at temperatures below 0ºC

Application

This type is used as instrumentation, control and communication cable in both outdoor and indoor fixed installations. It is resistant to tensile stress and suitable for direct burial underground. Their usage is recommended when antiro-dent protection is required.

| instrumentation cable PiMF galvanized steel| wire armored BS 5308

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