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Understanding Variable Speed Drive Cables

Power and control cables transmit and distribute electrical energy in various applications. In cases where Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is required, Variable Speed Drive (VSD) cables become an attractive choice. What are VSD Cables? VSD cables are 3-core cables specially designed to limit the effects of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). They are screened, heavy-duty cables for machinery that requires

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H07RN-F Neoprene Cables: For Heavy Duty Use

Power cables are ubiquitous for different industrial applications. In cases where ordinary power cables cannot operate under certain harsher conditions, H07RN-F neoprene cables become an attractive choice. What does H07RN-F mean? H – conformity to harmonized standards (set by CENELEC that standardizes electrotechnical specifications)07 – voltage rating is 450/750VR – EPR insulationN – PCP jacketF – Flexible

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PVC vs. XLPE: Comparison of Two Most Popular Cable Insulations

Electric cable conductors must be isolated from other conductors and the environment to prevent short circuits. To do so, we extrude a layer of insulation around the conductor. Here, we examine Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Crosslinked Polyethylene (XLPE), the two most common insulation materials used in the cable industry. Why PVC Insulation? PVC is the

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What is the Difference Between FRT and FR Cable?

LSZH Flame Retardant (FRT) and LSZH Fire Resistant (FR) cable are two distinct types of cable properties, although these terms are often misused. Flame and Fire can be used interchangeably, but confusion occurs between Retardant and Resistant. Knowing what these cable properties mean can help ensure you get the suitable cable for your application. LSZH

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