CTP APL SN 50/20 pair
StandardsNational : ABNT NBR 10488
Construction: Soft annealed tinned copper conductor, 0.50mm nominal diameter, insulated with colored thermoplastic material. The insulated conductors are twisted in pairs and assembled in layers and/or groups to form a substantially cylindrical 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. Service pairs may be available, according to the Brazilian Standard ABNT/NBR 10488, upon customer request.
Application: These cables are intended for distribution entry, terminal box and build entry.
Installation: Aerial, lashed to a messenger.
|Conductor material||Tinned annealed copper|
|Maximum outer diameter||15.0mm|
|Number of pairs||20|
|Mutual capacitance, range||46.0 .. 56.0nF/km|
|Maximum average unbalance capacitance pair-to-pair||45.3pF/km|
|Max. DC resistance of the conductor at 20°C||97.8Ohm/km|
|Resistance unbalance DC max % of loop resistance||3%|
|Maximum unbalance capacitance pair-to-pair||181pF/km|
|Maximum individual DC resistance unbalance||7%|
|Maximum average unbalance capacitance pair-to-ground||574pF/km|
|Maximum unbalance capacitance pair-to-ground||2625pF/km|
|Minimum insulation resistance||15000MOhm.km|
|Test voltage AC at 50hz conductor /conductor||3000V|
|Test voltage AC at 50hz conductor/screen||10000V|
|Attenuation, max. at 150 kHz||9.3dB/km|
|Attenuation, max. average at 1024 kHz||23.5dB/km|
|NEXT, minimum individual at 150 kHz||53.0dB|
|NEXT, minimum individual at 1024 kHz||40.0dB|
|ELFEXT, minimum average at 150 kHz||68.0dB/km|
|ELFEXT, minimum individual at 150 kHz||58.0dB/km|
|ELFEXT, minimum average at 1024 kHz||52.0dB/km|
|ELFEXT, minimum individual at 1024 kHz||35.0dB/km|
Docs and info
NEXANS YYYY CTP-APL-SN DD/XXX OP-ZZZZZ LLLL
YYYY = Year of manufacturing;
DD = Conductor nominal diameter;
XXX = 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.