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450/750V SP control & instrumentation cable – P7390-SP

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P7390-SP SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CONTROL & INSTUMENTATION CABLE

450/750V SP control & instrumentation cable – P7390-SP

Voltage

450/750V

Insulation

TPE - Thermoplastic Elastomer

Sizes

1c 1.5mm2 - 24c 2.5mm2

Jacket

TPE - Thermoplastic Elastomer

Temp Dry/Wet

-40°- 90°C

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SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION CABLE
Flexible Round 450/750V Multi-Conductor TPE/TPE, H07RN-F

Manufactured and tested in accordance with EN 50525-2-21 & IEC 60245

Flexible Submersible Pump Cable designed for use in mobile service, suitable for installations where the cable must withstand medium mechanical stress, for machines in industrial and agricultural workshops, for motors and transportable machines on construction sites, for wind mills and for agricultural exploitations. Suitable for submerged installations (AD8) The use up to 1000V is accepted in fixed protected assemblies.

Flexible Submersible Pump Cable designed for use in mobile service, suitable for installations where the cable must withstand medium mechanical stress, for machines in industrial and agricultural workshops, for motors and transportable machines on construction sites, for wind mills and for agricultural exploitations. Suitable for submerged installations (AD8) The use up to 1000V is accepted in fixed protected assemblies.

Nominal Voltage: 450/750V

Temperatures:

  • Maximum operating: 90 ºC.
  • Minimum operating: -40 °C (static, with protection)
  • Minimum installation

Maximum short-circuit temperature: 250 °C. (maximum 5 s.)

Minimum bending radius static:

  • 3 x cable Ø (Ø cable <12 mm)
  • 4 x cable Ø (Ø cable ³12 mm)

No flame propagation: 60332-1/IEC 60332-1

Conductors: Electrolytic annealed copper, class 5 in accordance with EN 50363-1

Insulation: Thermosetting rubber insulation, type EI7 according to EN 50363-1. The standard identification, according to HD 308 and HD 186, is the following:
– 1 x natural
– 2 x brown + blue
– 3 G brown + blue + green/yellow
– 4 G brown + black +grey+green/yellow
– 5 G brown +black+grey+ blue+ green/yellow
– 6 or more black numbered + green/yellow.

Assembly:
Cores are twisted together

Jacket:
Thermosetting outer jacket Black type EM2 in
accordance with EN 50363-2-1

Color of Jacket:
Black type EM2 in accordance with EN
50363-2-1

Diagram Representation:

Nominal current-carrying capacities

The table 1 shows the current-carrying capacities and voltage drop detailed for every cable. Current-carrying capacities, in amperes, are calculated according to HD 516 for mobile service and according to IEC 60364-5-52 for fixed installations, and for the following conditions:

  • Mobile service: open air, one cable with adequate ventilation and ambient temperature of 30 °C.
  • Fixed installation: open air, one cable with adequate ventilation and ambient temperature of 30°C, supported by cleats and hangers or on perforated tray (reference method F for single-core and E for multicore cables).
  •  For cables having 2 or 3 cores, it is supposed a single–phase circuit. For the rest of the cables it is supposed a three-phase circuit.
  • For cables having 6 or more conductors, it is supposed that not all conductors are fully charged.
    For conditions other than this apply the adequate correction factors (see point 6.3). Voltage drop is calculated for 60 °C conductor temperature and for cos = 1.
nº x
Section
(mm2)
Fixed
Inst. (A)
Mobil Inst.
(A)
Voltaje drop
(V/A∙km)
1 x 1.5 21 16 26.7
1 x 2.5 29 20 16.6
1 x 6 53 38 6.63
1 x 10 74 53 3.84
1 x 16 101 71 2.43
1 x 25 135 94 1.57
1 x 35 169 117 1.11
1 x 50 207 148 0.776
1 x 4 40 30 9.95
1 x 70 268 185 0.546
1 x 95 328 222 0.414
1 x 120 383 260 0.323
1 x 150 444 300 0.259
1 x 185 510 341 0.213
1 x 240 607 407 0.161
1 x 300 703 468 0.129
1 x 400 823 553 0.0976
1 x 500 946 634 0.0772
2 x 1 21 10 45.2
2 x 1.5 26 16 30.9
2 x 2.5 36 25 18.5
2 x 4 49 34 11.5
2 x 6 63 43 7.66
2 x 10 86 60 4.43
2 x 16 115 79 2.81
2 x 25 149 105 1.81
3 G 1 21 10 45.2
nº x
Section
(mm2)
Fixed
Inst. (A)
Mobil Inst.
(A)
Voltaje drop
(V/A∙km)
3 G x 2.5 36 25 18.5
3 G 4 49 35 11.5
3 G 6 63 44 7.66
3 G 10 86 62 4.43
3 G 16 115 82 2.81
3 G 25 149 109 1.81
3 G 35 185 135 1.29
3 G 50 225 169 0.896
3 G 70 289 211 0.631
3 G 95 352 250 0.478
3 G 120 410 292 0.373
4 G 1 17 10 39.2
4 G 1.5 23 16 26.7
4 G x 2.5 32 20 16.0
4 G 4 42 30 9.95
4 G 6 54 37 6.63
4 G 10 75 52 3.84
4 G 16 100 69 2.43
4 G 25 127 92 1.57
4 G 35 158 114 1.11
4 G 50 192 143 0.776
4 G 70 246 178 0.546
4 G 95 298 210 0.414
4 G 120 346 246 0.323
4 G 150 399 282 0.259
5 G 1 17 10 39.2
5 G 1.5 23 16 26.7
nº x
Section
(mm2)
Fixed
Inst. (A)
Mobil Inst.
(A)
Voltaje drop
(V/A∙km)
5 G 4 42 30 9.95
5 G 6 54 38 6.63
5 G 10 75 54 3.84
5 G 16 100 71 2.43
5 G 25 127 94 1.57
5 G 35 158 114 1.11
5 G 50 192 143 0.776
5 G 70 246 178 0.546
5 G 95 298 210 0.414
5 G 120 346 246 0.323
7 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
7 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
7 G 4 49 34 11.5
8 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
8 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
8 G 4 49 34 11.5
10 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
10 G 4 49 34 11.5
12 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
12 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
12 G 4 49 34 11.5
16 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
16 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
18 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
18 G 2.5 36 25 18.5
24 G 1.5 26 16 30.9
24 G 2.5 36 25 18.5

Short-circuit Current-carrying Capacities

The maximum short-circuit current that a cable can withstand depend on the time of reaction of the protection elements installed in the line. The maximum current capacity in a short-circuit accident, for a specific type of cable, is the result of multiplying the cross section of the cable for the values shown in table 2. These values are taken from IEC 949.

Time (s) 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3
A/mm2 452 320 261 202 143 117 101 90 83

Correction Factors

The current carrying capacities must be multiplied with the adequate correction factor, when the installation conditions differs from point 4.1. Correction factors for air temperature other than 30°C

Air T. (ºC) 30 35 40 45 50 55
Mobile service 1 0.91 0.82 0.71 0.58 0.41
Fixed installation 1 0.96 0.91 0.87 0.82 0.76

Table shows diameter and weight detailed for every cable:

nº x Section (mm2) Diameter (mm) Weight (kg/km)
1 x 1.5 5.9 48
1 x 2.5 6.5 62
1 x 4 7.5 88
1 x 6 8.3 116
1 x 10 10.1 182
1 x 16 11.4 250
1 x 25 13.4 361
1 x 35 14.7 469
1 x 50 17.5 671
1 x 70 19.6 892
1 x 95 22.0 1.140
1 x 120 24.2 1.420
1 x 150 26.6 1.760
1 x 185 28.8 2.090
1 x 240 32.2 2.710
1 x 300 34.9 3.310
1 x 400 39.3 4.270
1 x 500 43.1 5.390
2 x 1 8.3 92
2 x 1.5 8.7 109
2 x 2.5 10.6 162
nº x Section (mm2) Diameter (mm) Weight (kg/km)
2 x 4 12.0 220
2 x 6 13.7 295
2 x 10 18.1 522
2 x 16 21.6 738
2 x 25 25.7 1.052
3 G 1 8.9 111
3 G1 .5 9.7 137
3 G x 2.5 11.4 198
3 G 4 13.1 276
3 G 6 14.8 370
3 G 10 20.1 668
3 G 16 22.6 906
3 G 25 27.4 1.360
3 G 35 29.7 1.700
3 G 50 35.4 2.410
3 G 70 39.6 3.180
3 G 95 45.2 4.070
3 G 120 48.7 5.002
4 G 1 9.7 134
4 G 1.5 10.7 169
4 G x 2.5 12.6 244
nº x Section (mm2) Diameter (mm) Weight (kg/km)
4 G 4 14.4 343
4 G 6 16.7 474
4 G 10 21.6 822
4 G 16 24.6 1.120
4 G 25 30.7 1.730
4 G 35 33.2 2.180
4 G 50 39.2 3.060
4 G 70 43.4 4.040
4 G 95 50.5 5.300
4 G 120 52.6 6.331
4 G 150 60.1 7.928
5 G 1 10.5 162
5 G 1.5 11.6 206
5 G 2.5 14.0 299
5 G 4 16.3 431
5 G 6 18.4 585
5 G 10 24.2 1.010
5 G 16 27.1 1.380
5 G 25 33.3 2.052
5 G 35 36.6 2.677
5 G 50 42.7 3.696
nº x Section (mm2) Diameter (mm) Weight (kg/km)
5 G 70 48.3 4.917
5 G 95 55.3 6.448
5 G 120 59.7 7.883
7 G 1.5 14.8 307
7 G 2.5 17.0 434
7 G 4 20.1 618
8 G 1.5 16.3 379
8 G 2.5 18.4 525
8 G 4 22.2 767
10 G 2.5 19.6 565
10 G 4 25.0 864
12 G 1.5 17.5 456
12 G 2.5 20.4 654
12 G 4 25.7 966
16 G 1.5 19.6 605
16 G 2.5 23.1 880
18 G 1.5 20.7 646
18 G 2.5 24.3 939
24 G 1.5 23.7 830
24 G 2.5 27.7 1.207