Mv-105, Power Cable, 8 Kv, 3/C, Cu/Epr/Cts/CPE (ICEA S-93-639/NEMA WC71/UL 1072)

Mv-105, Power Cable, 8 Kv, 3/C, Cu/Epr/Cts/CPE (ICEA S-93-639/NEMA WC71/UL 1072)

Mv-105, Power Cable, 8 Kv, 3/C, Cu/Epr/Cts/CPE (ICEA S-93-639/NEMA WC71/UL 1072)

MV-105

Construction, Underground, Industrial, Power Station

Low and Medium Voltage Cable

DC Cable

Rubber

CPE

Round Wire

Bare Copper Wire

ISO, CCC

Mv-105

Boan

8 Kv

3

6 AWG-500 Mcm

B

Tinned Copper Tape

DingAn

Heated Steel-Wooden Drum/Steel Drum

SGS

Jiangsu Yixing, China

8544601200

Product Description

MV-105, Power Cable, 8 KV, 3/C, Cu/EPR/Cts/CPE (ICEA S-93-639/NEMA WC71/UL 1072)

Features
UL Listed as MV-105. True Triple extrusion system and closed handling raw materials system, to eliminate any contact with ambient, until extrusion process ends.

Application
Primary power and distribution circuits in industrial and commercial installations, power circuits in generating plants where line to ground fault current are within shield capabilities. May be used in wet or dry
locations, installed in raceways, duct, and open air, aerially or directly buried as permitted by NEC.

Standards
UL 1072: Medium Voltage Power Cables.
ICEA S-93-639/NEMA WC74: 5 kV – 46 kV Shielded Power Cables.
ICEA S-97-682: Standard for Utility Shielded Power Cables Rated 5 kV – 46 kV.
AEIC CS8: Specification for Extruded Dielectric, Shielded Power Cables Rated 5 kV- 46 kV.

Specifications
Maximum operating voltage: 5 kV to 25 kV 100% and 133% IL
Maximum conductor operation temperatures: Wet and dry locations, Normal: 105°C, Emergency: 140°C, Short Circuit: 250°C

Engineering Information
1. Conductor: Soft annealed uncoated copper compacted Class B per ASTM B496 or hard drawn Aluminum-1350 compacted Class B per ASTM B400.
2. Conductor Shield: Semi conducting cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE).
3. Insulation: Thermoset ethylene propylene rubber (EPR). On request, Amorphous EPR.
4. Insulation Shield: Semi conducting cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE).
5. Metallic Shield: Soft annealed tinned copper tape, 5 mil thick, 25% minimum overlap.
6. Grounding (Optional): One or three tinned copper or covered conductors cabled with phase conductors.
7. Assembly: Conductors cabled with non-hygroscopic fillers, as required and binder tape.
8. Jacket: Black sunlight resistance and flame retardant chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) compound.

100% Insulation Levels (115 mil) 133% Insulation Levels (140 mil)
Size Number of Strands Conductor Nominal Jacket Thickness Approximate Outside Diameter Approximate Net Weight Jacket Thickness Approximate Outside Diameter Approximate Net Weight
Copper Aluminum Copper Aluminum
AWG of kcmil in mil in lb/kft mil in lb/kft
6 7 0.17 80 1.39 1108 174 80 1.50 1235 1061
4 7 0.21 80 1.48 1343 277 80 1.59 1477 1200
2 7 0.27 80 1.6 1690 441 80 1.71 1833 1393
1 19 0.30 80 1.67 1955 555 110 1.85 2229 1674
1/0 19 0.34 110 1.82 2364 701 110 1.93 2526 1824
2/0 19 0.38 110 1.9 2717 884 110 2.02 2886 2002
3/0 19 0.42 110 2 3185 1115 110 2.12 3361 2246
4/0 19 0.48 110 2.12 3724 1404 110 2.23 3909 2505
250 37 0.52 110 2.24 4258 1661 110 2.35 4452 2791
300 37 0.57 110 2.35 4851 1991 110 2.46 5054 3063
350 37 0.62 110 2.44 5445 2326 110 2.56 5655 3330
400 37 0.66 110 2.54 6070 2656 110 2.70 6384 3728
500 37 0.74 140 2.82 7510 3320 140 2.94 7752 4432

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