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BS6724 SWA/LSZH Cable IEC 60502 600/1000V
Applications:
Conductor identification:
Conductor stranding:
Conductors:
Insulation:
Bedding:
Armour/Protection:
Sheath/Jacket:
Colour:
Voltage:
Operating temperature:
Minimum bending radius:
Standards:
Notes:
Power cable suitable for power networks, where fire emission of smoke and toxic
fumes creates a serious potential threat. Suitable for direct burial. Armoured LSZH
mains cable to British Standard BS6724 & IEC60502 suitable for power networks.
Two Core – Brown, Blue
Three Core – Brown, Black & Grey (Optional: Brown, Blue & Green/Yellow)
Four Core – Brown, Black, Grey & Blue (Optional: Brown, Black, Grey &
Green/Yellow)
Five Core – Numbered Cores (Optional: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue + Green/Yellow)
Six Core and Above – Numbered Cores (optional numbered + Green and Yellow)
Class 2 stranded copper:
2 circular or circular compacted conductors
2* shaped or circular conductors or circular compacted conductors.
2S shaped conductors
(Dimensions and weights based on circular)
Plain annealed stranded copper
XLPE (Cross linked polyethylene)
LSZH (Low smoke zero halogen)
SWA (Single wire armour)
LSZH (Low smoke zero halogen)
Black
600/1000v
Maximum 90°C. Minimum bending 0°C
1.5 sq.mm – 16 sq.mm –6 x overall diameter (circular cond.)
25 sq.mm and above – 8 x overall diameter (shaped cond.)
BS6724: Electric cables. Thermosetting insulated, armoured cables for voltages of
600/1000V and 1900/3300V, having low emission of smoke and corrosive gases
when affected by fire
BSEN50267-1Common test methods for cables under fire conditions. Tests on gases
evolved during combustion of materials from cables. Apparatus
BSEN50267-2-1:Common test methods for cables under fire conditions. Tests on
gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables. Procedures.
Determination of the amount of halogen acid gas
BSEN50266-1Common test methods for cables under fire conditions. Test for
vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables
IEC60502: Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated
voltages from 1kV to 30kV
BSEN/IEC60332-1-2: Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions
Part 1: test for vertical flame propagation for a single insulated wire or cable Section
2: procedure for 1kW pre-mixed flame
BSEN61034-2:2005 Measurement of smoke density of cables burned under defined
conditions. Test procedure and requirements
Flame Propagation Test to BS EN 60332-1-2:2004 for single cable and BS EN 603323-24:2009 (Cat C) for multiple cables
If you are considering installing in high UV exposure and/or high/low ambient
temperatures i.e. desert/arctic conditions then special sheathing may be required
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Size
Sq.mm
Class of
conductor
RT of insulation
Diameter over
laid up cores mm
RT of bedding
mm
Diameter over
bedding mm
Diameter of
armour wire mm
Diameter over
armour mm
Approx overall
diameter mm
Weight kg/km
BATT CABLES
part no
BW Gland size/
type
Gland part no
BATT CABLES part
no – Green and
Yellow Core
TWO CORE: REF 6942 XWL
1.5
2.5
4
6
2
2
2
2
0.6
0.7
0.7
0.7