Single Core Power Cable

The single core power cable has an inner conductor enclosed by an outer jacket. The conductor could be copper, tinned copper, copper clad steel, copper clad aluminum or copper clad copper. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a common choice for the jacket.

It is a kind of electrical wire made in accordance with GB/T5023.3-2008 standard. It is applicable for electrical appliances, instruments, telecommunications equipment, and lighting systems whose rated AC voltage doesn’t exceed 450/750 V or DC voltage is no more than 1000 V.

The rated voltage U0/U of single wire cable is 450/750 V or 300/500 V. If it is used in a DC system, the nominal voltage of the system should not be greater than 1.5 times the rated voltage of the power cable.

Note: The system working voltage is allowed to be 10 % higher than the nominal voltage for a long period of time. If the rated voltage of the product is at least equal to the nominal voltage of the system, then the cable can work at a voltage which is 10 % higher than the rated voltage.

Important Reminders
1. Our one-core cable requires installation by a professional electrician. The electrical installation procedures should be strictly followed.
2. Select a single core power cable with right rated current and voltage, so it can work normally under rated working conditions.
3. Overloaded operation shall be avoided as it can damage the product.

Related Names
Power lead | Low Voltage Electrical Equipment Cable | Single Conductor Power Cable Supplier | Power Supply Transmission Material