SINGLE-CORE NON-SHEATHED PVC FLEXIBLE CABLE
Fixed protected installation inside appliances and in, or on, lighting fittings; suitable for installation in surface mounted or embedded conduits, only for signaling or control circuits. Not suitable for direct or indirect burial, laying outdoors or in wet environments, unprotected laying, or laying under plaster.
|Standard||Standard Acc. to EN 50525-1, EN 50525-2-31, IEC 60332-1-2|
|Conductor||Stranded Plain Annealed Copper Conductor Class 5 Acc to. IEC 60228, BS EN 60228
(Class 2 Is available based on M.O.Q)
|Insulation||PVC of type TI1.
Blue, Black, Brown, grey, Green/ Yellow, Red, White.
(Other colour please contact us)
|Voltage||H05V-K Cable: 300 / 500 V
H07V-K Cable: 450 / 750 V
|Temperature Range||Fixed Laying: -30°C to +80°C
Flexible Installation: -5°C to +7°C
|Min. Bending Radius||4 times the overall diameter|
|Max. Tensile Stress||1.5Kg /mm²|
|Features||Flame Retardant (Acc. to CPR EN IEC 60332-1-2)
Marked with HAR Quality
H05V-K cables are cables with 300/500V which only available in core size 0.5mm² to 1.0mm², whereas H07V-K cables have a bigger conductor cross-sectional size with 450/750V. H05V-K and H07V-K cables are cables designed for internal wiring which can be used for a wide range of uses, typically within fixed, protected and fixed static applications and systems. They are commonly used for fixed installations or appliances include electrical or lighting equipment, switchboards and distributors as they can handle higher temperatures with their flame-retardant cases and insulation. They are also suitable for surface wiring or to be laid in pipes, in conduits, in cable trunkings and on cable trays.
There are many advantages and benefits of using PVC single-core, non-sheathed flexible cable. Its PVC insulation has a strong structural identity, which allows the H07V-K and H05V-K cable to retain its original dimensions and shapes even after years of use.
However, there are certain conditions where H05V-K and H07V-K cables should not be used. Wet environments are not suitable for these cables. They should not be buried or be laid outdoors. Laying them unprotected or under plaster can stress the cable. Single-core, non-sheathed PVC flexible cables should always have a protected installation, even when used for signal or telecommunication systems.