CCE APL G 50/4 pair
StandardsNational : ABNT NBR 9888
Construction: Soft annealed bare copper conductor, 0.50 or 0.65mm nominal diameter, insulated with colored solid polyethylene. The insulated conductors are twisted in pairs and assembled to form a substantially cylindrical core. A moisture resistant filling compound is applied to the cable core. The cable core is bound with binder threads and/or a binder polyester tape and shielded by a flat polyethylene-clad aluminium tape (LAP - Laminated Aluminium Polyethylene), longitudinally applied. A black polyethylene jacket is extruded over the shield. Under the jacket, two ripcords are applied to ease the jacket removal.
Application: These cables are intended for analogical or digital signal transmissions.
Installation: Direct burial or in buried duct.
|Conductor material||Bare annealed copper stranded|
|Material used for longitudinal water tightness||Jelly|
|Maximum outer diameter||9.5mm|
|Number of pairs||4|
|Max. DC resistance of the conductor at 20°C||94Ohm/km|
|Mutual capacitance, range||46.0 .. 56.0nF/km|
|Maximum individual DC resistance unbalance||5%|
|Maximum unbalance capacitance pair-to-pair||181pF/km|
|Maximum unbalance capacitance pair-to-ground||2625pF/km|
|Minimum insulation resistance||10000MOhm.km|
|Test voltage AC at 50hz conductor /conductor||4000V|
|Test voltage AC at 50hz conductor/screen||10000V|
|ELFEXT, minimum individual at 150 kHz||58.0dB/km|
|ELFEXT, minimum individual at 1024 kHz||35.0dB/km|
Docs and info
NEXANS YYYY CCE-APL-G DD/X OP-ZZZZZ LLLL
YYYY = Year of manufacturing;
DD = Conductor nominal diameter;
X = Pair count;
ZZZZZ = Purchase order;
LLLL = Metric length (m)
The marking is made on the jacket, at each meter, along the cable axis.
Other markings can be done, upon request.