220.127.116.11.1 Semantic definition
Electrical cable with a specific purpose to lead electric current within a circuit or any other electric construction. Includes all types of electric cables, mainly several electrical segments wrapped together, e.g. cable, tube, busbar. Note that the number of conductors within a cable is determined by an aggregation mechanism that aggregates the conductors within the cable. A single-core cable is defined in IEV 461-06-02 as being 'a cable having only one core'; a multiconductor cable is defined in IEV 461-06-03 as b eing 'a cable having more than one conductor, some of which may be uninsulated'; a mulicore cable is defined in IEV 461-06-04 as being 'a cable having more than one core'.
18.104.22.168.2 Applicable entities
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The designation of the standard applicable for the definition of the object used.
The number of cores.
The overall diameter of a object.
The range of allowed temperature that a device is certified to handle. The upper bound of this value is the maximum.
The diameter of the screen around an object (if present).
Indicates whether the object has a protective earth connection (=TRUE) or not (= FALSE).
One core has protective earth marked insulation, Yellow/Green.
The maximum temperature at which a cable or bus is certified to operate.
The maximum short circuit temperature at which a cable or bus is certified to operate.
Special construction capabilities like self-supporting, flat devidable cable or bus flat non devidable cable or bus supporting elements inside (steal, textile, concentric conductor). Note that materials used should be agreed between exchange participants before use.
Total weight of object
Weight of cable kg/km.
Self Extinguishing cable/core according to IEC 60332.1.
Self Extinguishing cable/core according to IEC 60332.3.
Produces small amount of smoke and irritating Deaerator/Gas.
Element (such as cable, bus, core) maintain given properties/functions over a given (tested) time and conditions. According to IEC standard.
The resistance under AC.
Maximum value of electric current which can be carried continuously by a conductor, a device or an apparatus, under specified conditions without its steady-state temperature exceeding a specified value. Based on IEC60826-11-13. NOTE: The temperature specified value is maximum Design Ambient Temperature.
The resistance under direct current and 20 degrees centigrade.
Mass per length, i.e. mass of a beam with a unit length of extrusion. For example measured in kg/m.
The maximum allowed current that a device is certified to handle.
The maximum bending radius that the cable could withstand.
The number of wires used in the element.
The insulation voltage.
It indicates the wire-to-ground (metal sheath) insulation voltage or the insulation voltage between the wires.
The range of allowed voltage that a device is certified to handle. The upper bound of this value is the maximum.