These cables are used for transmission of analoge and digital signals in instrument and control systems at chemistry and petrochemistry industry plants, power plants, natural gas and petroluem plants, etc… . Instrumentation cables are not allowed for direct connection to a low impedance sources, e.g. public mains electricity supply. These cables are not recommended for direct burial. They are for indoor and oudoor installation, in dry and wet locations; on racks, trays, in conduits.

ConductorPlain Annealed Copper Wire
InsulationPe Compound, Bs 6234 Type03
Core identificationBlack / Blue ; With Numbered Tape Under Separator Tape Of The Pair Screen
PairTwo Conductors Twisted To A Pair
PIMF ConstructionPolyester Tape Above The Pair, Al-Pes Tape Over Tinned Copper Drain Wire, 0,50 mm²
StrandingPIMF Laid Up In Layers Of Optimum Pitch
SeperatorPes Tape
ScreenAl-Pes Tape Over Tinned Copper Drain Wire 0,50 mm²
ArmorGalvanized Steel Wire Armor
Outer SheathPvc Comp., Flame Retardant; Tm1, Bs 7655
General FeaturesUV, Chemical and Oil Resistant
Working Temperature-40ºC + 70ºC
Bending Radius ( min.)6 x D
Working Voltage300 / 500 V
Insulation ResistanceMin. 5000 MΩxkm
Conductor Resistance0,50mm² : 36,8 Ω/km 1,0mm² : 18,4 Ω/km 0,50mm² : 39,7 Ω/km 1,5mm² : 12,3 Ω/km
Test VoltageUrms core-core : 1000 V Urms core-screen : 1000 V
Insulation Thickness0,50mm² : 0,50mm 1,0mm² : 0,60mm 0,50mm² : 0,60mm 1,50mm² : 0,60mm
Conductor Class, BS 63600,50mm² : Class 1 or Class 5 1,0mm² : Class 1 or Class 5 0,50mm² : Class 5 1,5mm² : Class 2 or Class 5
Mutual Capacitance0,50 mm² : max. 115 pF/m 1,0 mm² : max. 115 pF/m 1,5 mm² : max. 120 pF/m
Capacitance Unbalance (1 kHz) : max. 250 pF/250 m