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1Sales & Order Processing Phone 131 773 Fax 1800 060 773

SECTION 1 General Flexible Elastomer Cables Page SINGLE CORE 3.3kV FLEX 5DF2 30 OZOFLEX 5DH2 34 OZOFLEX (PLUS) 5DH1 42 OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+) 5DH5 48 HYDROFIRM (T) 5DH1 52 HYDROFIRM (T) SCREENED 5DH1 60 PROTOMONT HD 5DL1 64 PROTOMONT SCREENED 5DL2 70

SECTION 2 High Temperature Cables SINOTHERM 5DR3/5 74 EVA 125 FLEX 5DR7 80

SECTION 3 PVC Data and Control Cables PROTOFLEX Ö500 uncscreened 5DE7 86 PROTOFLEX Ö500 screened 5DE7 96 PROTOFLEX-EMV-FC 5DE6 100 EMC CABLE GLANDS 104 BLUEGLOBE CABLE GLANDS 108

SECTION 4 Crane, Reeling and Hoist Cables CORDAFLEX (SMK) 5DH3 112 RONDOFLEX 5DG6 126 PLANOFLEX 5DG5 148 OPTOFLEX 5DG8 154 SPREADERFLEX 5DE5 162 PENDANTFLEX 5DE5 166

SECTION 5 Mining Cables and High Voltage Reeling Cables PROTOMONT XHD 5DL4 170 MINING MSR 5DM4 176 PROTOLON 5DK8 180

SECTION 6 Technical Tables and Formulae 188

INDEX: FLEXIBLE CABLES

For power and control with or without fibre optic's, Siemens cables have been developed to provide optimum performance, maximum safety and extended life

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Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage

Single core highly fl exible cable for switchboard cabling; submains, machine and equipment cabling. Suitable for high and sub-zero temperatures with a high short circuit strength.

Heavy duty EPR/CSP fl exible for power and control supply. Suitable as fl exible leads in mining, industry and agriculture.

Especially suitable for submersion in sewage and effl uent, waste water, polluted liquids containing oils, fats, solvents and chemicals etc. For pumps and aerators.

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34

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0.6/1kVto1.9/3.3kV

0.6/1kV

0.6/1kV

1. PCP elastomer Sheath2. Protolon R-EP-110 insulation3. Tinned copper conductor,

highly fl exible

1. CSP elastomer sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. EPR insulation4. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. Special CSP elastomer sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. EPR insulation4. Copper conductors, fl exible

3.3kV 1100 Flex5DF2

OZOFLEX5DH2

OZOFLEX (PLUS)5DH10

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

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60

0.6/1kV

0.6/1kV

0.6/1kV

Screened cable suitable for VSD's submersion in sewage and effl uent, waste water, polluted liquids containing oils, fats, solvents and chemicals etc. For pumps and aerators requiring control cores.

Circular and fl at fl exible cable especially developed for continuous submersion in fresh, salt and bore water as a power supply to pumps and underwater electrical equipment.

Screened fl exible cable especially developed for continuous submersion in fresh, salt and bore water as a power supply with control cores to pumps and underwater electrical equipment.

1. CSP elastomer outer sheath2. Copper braid screen3. Elastomer inner sheath4. EPR insulation5. Copper conductor, fl exible

1. Special EPR sheath2. Watertight bond between

insulation and sheath3. EPR insulation4. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. EPR outer elastomer sheath2. Copper braid screen3. Elastomer inner sheath4. EPR insulation5. Copper conductor, fl exible

OZOFLEX (PLUS)SCREENED5DH5

HYDROFIRM (T)5DH1

HYDROFIRM (T)SCREENED5DH1

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

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Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage

Extra heavy duty fl exible cable for mining, construction, industry and harsh environments. Designs suitable for submersion in aggressive liquids. Single core cables suitable for mobile festoon systems.

Heavy duty overall screened EPR/PCP fl exible in 4 and 5 core constructions. Submersible pumps, mining where earth screen protection in required.

High temperature silicone cables up to 180°C. Suitable for motor rewinds, heating appliances, steelwork, fl oodlights etc. Available with glass braid and in fl exible multicore constructions.

High temperature EVA fl exible cables for 125°C application. Increased mechanical strength with low smoke, and a non toxic gas emission and halogen free sheath in the event of fi re. For switchboard wiring and coils.

0.6/1kV

0.6/1kV

380/660V0.6/1kV

0.6/1kV

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70

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80

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. PROTOLON EPR insulation4. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Copper braid screen3. Elastomer inner sheath4. EPR insulation5. Copper conductor, fl exible

1. Silicone rubber insulation2. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. EVA elastomer insulation2. Copper conductors, fl exible

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

PROTOMONT HD5DL1

PROTOMONT SCREENED5DL2

SINOTHERM5DR35DR45DR5

EVA 125 FLEX5DR7

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Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage Construction Designation Rated Application & Design Page Voltage

Light duty fl exible PVC control cable for machine tools, process automation and control devices.

Flexible overall screened PVC control cable for EMI and RFI interference suppression in industrial electronics, switchboards, PLC connections, etc.

Flexible tinned copper braid screened XLPE power cable for variable speed drive to motor connections.

EMC metric glands are IP68, brass, galv nichel plated. Designed for EMC environments, ensuring positive contact with the cable.

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300/500V

0.6/1 kV

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. PVC sheath2. Copper conductors, fl exible

PROTOFLEX Ö5005DE7

PROTOFLEX Ö500 SCREENED5DE7

PROTOFLEXEMV-FCUV stabilized5DE6

EMC CableGlands

1. UV-stabilised PVC orangeouter sheath.

2. Tinned copper braid screen.3. Cross linked poly ethylene (XLPE)

insulation.

1. Highest protection IP68 & 15 bar.2. One gland body for several cable

O.D’s.3. Highest strain relief.

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Crane, reeling and festoons cable designed to withstand tensile and torsional stresses. Suitable for all types of mobile equipment eg., stackers, reclaimers, hoists, cranes, ship loaders, trippers etc. Screened data cores for PLC and communications are standard. Integrated fi bre optics available.

1120.6/1kV

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Anti torsion textile braid3. Elastomer inner sheath4. Protolon EPR insulation5. Copper conductors, highly fl exible

CORDAFLEX(SMK)5DH3

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Protolon insulation3. Tinned fi nely stranded conductors4. Braid screen available

RONDOFLEX 5DG6

0.6/1kV Flexible power and control cable, for use on festoon systems and for connecting moving parts of machine tools, material handling equipment, etc, associated with high mechanical stresses and frequent bending operation. Suitable for simple reeling.

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1. Highest protection IP68 up to 15 bar.

2. One gland for several cable O.D's.

3. Highest strain relief.

blueglobe®

Cable Glands Blueglobe cable glands are available in brass, plastic and stainless steel. Widest sealing range in one gland body. Highest strain relief and IP68 up tp 15 bar.

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Shielded EMC festoon power cable used for applications where there is a danger of interference to data transmission systems from power cables. This cable is suitable for festoon systems.

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136

0.6/1kV

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Protolon insulation3. Tinned fi nely stranded conductors4. Overall braid screen shield

RONDOFLEX(C)-FC 5DG6

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. Protolon EPR insulation3. Tinned copper conductors,

extremely fl exible4. Individual copper braid screens

RONDOFLEX(CHAIN) 5DG5

0.6/1kV Specially designed for outdoor applications with long travel distances at high speeds. Including drag cabin systems on container stacking cranes. Key benefi ts are reliability, abrasion resistance and long life time.

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Flat form elastomer cable for gantry and festoon installations in mining, marine and sub zero environments. Screened cores, pairs and integrated fi bre opticsavailable for data transmission.

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154

158

380/660V0.6/1kV

1. PCP elastomer sheath2. PROTOLON EPR insulation3. Copper conductors, extremely

fl exible4. Individual copper braid screens

PLANOFLEX5DG5

OPTOFLEX (M)5DG8

Optical signal and data transmission cable for fi xed installations for material handling and mining equipment and in open pits on conveyors.

OPTOFLEX (F.O)5DG8

Flexible fi bre optic cable suitable for cable handling systems, cable tenders on cranes and material handling systems. Key benefi ts are high data rates, large bandwith and absolute immunity to EMI.

1. Orange PCP outer sheath.2. Kevlar braided coverage of

core assembly.3. 50/125; 62.5/125 micron graded

index and E9 mono mode fi bres.

1. Black PCP outer sheath.2 Kevlar braided coverage of core

assembly.3. 50/125; 62.5/125 micron graded

index and E9 mono mode fi bres.

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

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166

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. Polyurethane sheath2. Lead beaded core elements3. Kevlar rope strength support4. PROTODUR PVC insulation5. Copper conductors, highly fl exible

SPREADERFLEX5DE5

PENDANTFLEX5DE5

1. PVC sheath2. PROTODUR PVC insulation3. Copper conductors, fl exible4. Central support element

Dedicated fl exible cable for free fall coiling in spreader crane applications. Kevlar reinforced with lead bead weights to improve performance in high speed, high wind environments.

Lift control and pendant cable with central support element. Extremely fl exible and lightweight for elevators, hoists, cranes and for increased suspension distances.

300/500V

300/500V

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176

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. PCP heavy duty sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. Individual copper core screens4. PROTOLON EPR insulation5. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. CPE sheath2. Overall copper braid screen3. Elastomer inner sheath4. Polyethylene insulation5. Copper conductors, fl exible,

screened pairs

PROTOMONTXHD5DL/5DM

MINING MSR5DM4

0.6/1kV

250/250V

Extra heavy duty mining cable with screened power cores and separate control cores. Abrasion and tear resistant, suitable for all above ground mining installations and industry eg., drills, pumps, conveyors and 400 Hz installations.

Twisted pair screened elastomer cable for mining installations. Heavy duty and fl exible, resistant to UV with excellent transmission characteristics for PLC’s, instrumentation and control signals.

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182

APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

1. Protofi rm PCP sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. Protolon EPR insulation4. Semiconductive core screens5. Copper conductors, fl exible

1. Protofi rm PCP HD2. Anti torsion textile braid3. Elastomer inner sheath4. Protolon EPR insulation5. Semiconductive core screens6. Copper conductors, highly fl exible

PROTOLON (N)5DK8

PROTOLON (SM)5DK8

High voltage fl exible reeling cable specifi cally designed to withstand torsional and tensile forces of medium duty reeling. Suitable for all mobile equipment in mining, marine and materials handling facilities.

High voltage, heavy duty reeling cable specifi cally designed for extreme dynamic applications eg., high mount reelers, high speed cranes, multiple defl ectionguidance systems.

0.6/1kVto 33/33kV

0.6/1kVto 33/33kV

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APPLICATION SELECTION GUIDE

PROTOLON (SB)5DK8

PROTOLON(Single Core)5DK8

1. Protofi rm PCP heavy duty sheath2. Anti torsion textile braid3. Elastomer inner sheath4. Protolon EPR insulation5. Semiconductive core screens6. Copper conductors, highly fl exible

1. Protofi rm PCP sheath2. Elastomer inner sheath3. Protolon EPR insulation4. Semiconductive core screens5. Copper conductors, fl exible

0.6/1kVto 33/33kV

3.6/66kVto 33/33kV

3.6/6.6kVto 22/22kV

High voltage reeling cable with integrated fi bre optics for transmission of voice, video and data signals thereby eliminating the need for a separate control reeler.

Designed as a power supply or connection cable for large material handling machines in open cut mines where they are subject to extremely high mechanical stresses due to abrasion and trailing. Also available with screened power cores.

Designed for voltages up to 22kV for power supply interconnections, transformer drop cable, mobile sustations, over head service line connections and H.V switchboards.

1. Protofi rm PCP HD outer sheath2. Anti torsion textile braid3. Elastomer inner sheath4. Protolon EPR insulation5. Semiconductive core screens6. Highly fl exible copper conductors7. Mono mode & multi mode fi bres

PROTOLON(SM-R) FOFIBRE OPTICS

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SHEATH MATERIALSLikewise sheath materials are either thermoplastic or elastomeric compounds such as Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene (CSP), Polychloroprene (PCP), Chlorinated Polyethylene (CPE), Silicone (SR), Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR), or Polyurethane (PU). CSP is often known by the DuPont trade name Hypalon and PCP as Neoprene.

Each particular sheath material is selected or specially compounded for its specifi c characteristics. eg EPR (HYDROFIRM) compounded with additives to achieve total water resistance. PCP (CORDFLEX) for a high mechanical strength and abrasion resistance. Although the base polymer name is used eg. CSP, up to 14 additives may be compounded to achieve the desired characteristics based on years of research, fi eld service and customer’s requirements.

INSULATION AND SHEATH THICKNESSESAll Siemens elastomer (synthetic rubber) cables meet or exceed the values laid down in AS 3116 and AS 3191 (fl exible cords).

Voltage ratings based on the insulation electrical, thermal and mechanical characteristics for each cable are given.

SINOTHERM silicone insulated 0.6/1kV cables are in accordance with and approved to AS 3178.

FLEXIBLE CABLE DESIGNAND ELECTRICAL CRITERIAThe design and proper selection of a cable should take into account environmental conditions, electrical, thermal and mechanical stresses that can be expected as these all have a bearing on its operating life. All Siemens fl exible cables are designed to suit their application perfectly, thereby ensuring a long trouble free service life even under the harshest conditions.

CONDUCTORSSiemens fl exible cables utilise high conductivity copper in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1125 either fi nely or extra fi nelystranded, depending on its intended application, and these are bunched or rope laid to provide a fl exible conductor assembly with increased mechanical strength. All values for strandings are given as approximate due to fi nal conductance values of the copper used in production. The Australian Standard AS1125 now nominates for fl exible cables a maximum DC resistance value for a given conductor cross section. In this way the cross- sectional area of the conductor is stated not as the geometrical, but as the electrically effective cross-sectional area determined by the resistance measurement. Thereby, all cables willhave equivalent electrical characteristics irrespective of the manufacturer or the origin of the base copper used. Conductor resistance values are given on page 174, table 6.10 and comply with AS 1125.

INSULATION Insulation materials covered within this catalogue are of basically two types. Thermoplastic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and cross linked compounded elastomers such as Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR), Ethyl Vinyl Acetate (EVA) and Silicone rubber. The Silicone and EVA compounds permit higher operating temperatures, and accordingly higher current capacities, whilst EPR exhibits excellent dielectric properties, low temperature fl exibility and resistance to ozone, ionization and weather. To attain resistance against elevated water temperatures Cross Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) is used in single core and fl at form HYDROFIRM and Protofl ex EMV-FC.

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GRAPH RANGE/TEMPERATURE

VOLTAGE RATINGSVoltage values are usually expressed in the form Uo/U and Um. Uo is the rms power frequency voltage between phase and earth. U is the rms power frequency voltage between phases. Um is the maximum continuous rms power frequency voltage between any two phases and excludes fault conditions or sudden disconnection of large loads.

Fig. 1

AMBIENT AND CONDUCTOROPERATING TEMPERATUREAmbient temperature is that surrounding the cable. All values stated in this catalogue are based on an ambient of +30.5°C which is generally considered the norm for Australian conditions when averaged annually. Surface temperature is the maximum permissible temperature onto which the cable can be laid upon without damage to the sheath. Conductor temperature is the temperature the conductor will maintain when loaded fully in accordance with its rated current carrying capacity. The maximum permissible conductor temperature is also the temperature rating of the insulation which it can withstand indefi nitely without effect on its properties. The difference between the ambient temperature and the maximum conductor temperature is the window of thermal heat rise generated when current is passed. Basically the heat generated by current fl ow must be equalised by convection and thermal radiation so that an equilibrium is maintained at the maximum insulation temperature. For this reason the derating factors are applicable when higher or lower ambients are present.

HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURESSiemens elastomer cables utilise insulation and sheathing compounds which provide excellent performance in extremes in ambient temperatures. In sub zero environments the catalogue lists the absolute minimum that the cable can withstand and additionally the minimum for fully fl exible operation in its intended application.

Elastomer insulated conductors operate continuously at 90.5°C with an emergency overload up to 130°C and short circuit temperature withstand of up to 250.5°C. Experience has shown that fl exible reeling cables with tinned conductors should be limited to a short circuit temperature of 200.5°C. Exposure to higher temperatures than the cables are rated will lead to degredation over a period of time of the compounds based on the rate of exposure and intensity. Fig. 1 shows the service life characteristic for EPR insulation. The temperature index criteria was 113.5°C, ie., the compound will remain serviceable for 20,000hrs at 113.5°C in accordance with IEC 216. This table is purely indicative as many variables can effect the result.

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AS 2802 Cables for Above Ground (open cut) MiningAS 1979 Flexible Cables for LiftsAS 1660 Test Methods for CablesAS 1429 XLPE High Voltage Cables 3.3 - 33kVGenerally all Australian Standards are aligned with the relevant IEC Standards to enable them to conform internationally.IEC 227 Flexible PVC Cables and CordsIEC 245 Flexible Elastomer Cables and CordsVDE 0250 Cables, Wires and Flexible Cords for Power InstallationsVDE 0282 Elastomer Cables and Flexible Cords for Power Installations

CABLE REPAIRIn the event of damage to either the insulation or sheath or where two cables must be spliced together, the use of commercially available repair materials are suitable for use with Siemens fl exible cable compounds. Various methods and types are available from cast kits which offer a simple, effective, however non-fl exible joint to electrical repair and self-fusing tapes which when applied build up the insulation and sheath to their specifi ed dimensions and provide a fl exible, weatherproof repair equal to the original cable. It is most important that the repair tapes and kit compounds match those of the cables and this should be confi rmed with the supplier prior to use. R-EP-90 (EPR) tape must be used on all Siemens elastomer insulated cables and HD-85-PCP and HD-90-CSP tapes should be used on their appropriate sheath types. Other repair materials from Calico and polyester tapes, semi conductive screen tape, silicone, vinyl/mastic and glass cloth tapes to tinned copper wire braid screen tapes are available from various manufacturers and include all instructions on preparation and installation.

QUALITY ASSURANCEWe, at Siemens, have a deep commitment to quality assurance at all levels of our organisation. In fact, this catalogue represents one step in the quality effort by presenting complete product and applications information in such a way that leads to optimum product selection to satisfy the customer’s needs.Our internal quality assurance programme includes quality audits, the maintenance of a quality assurance manual and many other procedures designed to optimise quality.

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are dependant on the method of installation, the insulation material affecting the maximum conductor temperature, internal thermal resistance and external ambient conditions. Unless otherwise indicated the ratings stated within are for cables touching a surface and unenclosed, based on a 50Hz system either single phase or balanced three phase. For all intents and purposes current ratings for DC are equivalent to AC values.

VOLTAGE DROP Volt drop is dependant on the impedance of the conductor, the load current, power factor and route length. In accordance with AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998 the milli-volts per ampere meter (mV/A.m) are listed on Page 81/ 81, Table 41/42 together with the formula to satisfy the voltage drop limitations. AS 3000 generally limits the allowable voltage drop to 5% of the system Voltage, however some mining installations may nominate a lower value. It is important where practicable in the case of single core cables they are run in trefoil arrangement to minimise impedance.

SHORT CIRCUITSymetrical short circuit calculations are given on page 160, table 6.2 and are based on the maximum operating temperature of the insulation and the maximum fi nal safe short circuit temperature of the insulated conductor.

AUSTRALIAN STANDARDSThe following Australian Standards relate to cables, their design and application.

AS 1125 Conductors in Flexible Cables and CordsAS 3116 Elastomer Insulated Cables 0.6/1kVAS 3191 Electric Flexible Cords 250V, 440V and 0.6/1kVAS 3178 Silicone Rubber Insulated Wires and CablesAS 3147 Thermoplastic (PVC) Insulated Cables 0.6/1kVAS 3008 Cable Selection 0.6/1kVAS 1802 Cables for Underground Mining (Reeling)

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SINGLE CORE 3.3KV 1100 FLEX

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 110°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.

For fi xed installation 6 x cable diameter When freely fl exing 8 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

Current ratings are based on AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998. Table 8 Current-Carrying Capacities of Three Single-Core 0.6/1kV Sheathed and Unsheathed non-armoured cables R-E-110

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: 0.6/1kV to 3.3kV AC- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 2.1/3.6kV DC operation Uo/U = 2.7/5.4kV- AC test voltage = 6kV

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONThe core insulation is white.

SINGLE CORE 3.3KV 1100 FLEXHighly Flexible, Single Core Rubber Cables

APPLICATION• Internal Switchboard Cabling• Sub-mains• Electrical Traction Vehicles• Battery Bank Connections• Machine & Equipment Cabling• Steelworks, cranes & hoists• Stacker & Reclaimer cabling• DC wiring• 415/ 1000V installations• Submersible to 100 metres

DESIGNSingle core 3.3kV fl ex cables consist of extra fi nely stranded tinned copper conductors laid up to provide an extremely fl exible design. The Protolon R-EP-110 elastomer insulation is rated at 3.3kV with an oil resistant, fl ame retardant PCP sheath completing the construction.

The cable is in accordance with AS1125, AS3116 and VDE0250 part 602. for NSGAFoeu.

Permissable thermal short-circuit currents for 1 s duration (conductor temperature at start of short-circuit: 110°C):[mm2] 4 6 10 16 2 35 50 70 95 120 150 185 240

[kA] 0.488 0.732 1.22 1.95 3.05 4.27 6.10 8.54 11.6 14.6 18.3 22.6 29.3

Permissible short-circuit currents for other durations are given onPage 190.

The thermal as well as the dynamic short-circuit strength must be taken into account. The cables must in particular be fi rmly fi xed to protect them from the effects of peak short-circuit currents.

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SINGLE CORE 3.3KV 1100 FLEX

Current ratings are based on AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998. Table 8 Current-Carrying Capacities of Three Single-Core 0.6/1kV Sheathed and Unsheathed non-armoured cables R-E-110

SINGLE CORE 3.3KV 1100 FLEXSelection and Ordering Data

No. of cores Part No. Approx No. Diameter Cable Cable Current Carrying Capacity when installedx conductor of Strands of Bare Overall Weightsize x Max. Conductor Diameter Unenclosed Unenclosed Unenclosed Enclosed Strand Spaced Spaced from Touching surface Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A A A

1 x 1.5 5DF2 043 28 x 0.26 1.5 5.0 6.5 50 31 27 25 22

1 x 2.5 5DF2 053 45 x 0.26 1.9 5.5 7.0 65 43 38 36 32

1 x 4 5DF2 063 51 x 0.31 2.5 6.0 7.5 85 57 50 47 41

1 x 6 5DF2 073 75 x 0.31 3.2 6.5 8.0 105 73 63 59 51

1 x 10 5DF2 103 77 x 0.41 4.1 8.0 9.5 160 99 86 81 71

1 x 16 5DF2 123 123 x .041 6.5 9.5 11.5 235 130 115 105 93

1 x 25 5DF2 133 190 x 0.41 6.8 11.5 13.5 360 175 155 145 125

1 x 35 5DF2 143 268 x 0.41 8.1 13.0 15.0 460 220 190 175 150

1 x 50 5DF2 153 384 x 0.41 9.6 14.5 16.5 620 265 230 215 180

1 x 70 5DF2 163 545 x 0.41 11.2 16.0 18.0 820 340 290 270 235

1 x 95 5DF2 173 724 x 0.41 13.2 18.5 20.5 1070 420 365 340 285

1 x 120 5DF2 183 926 x 0.41 14.9 20.5 22.5 1320 490 420 395 335

1 x 150 5DF2 203 1154 x 0.41 16.6 22.5 24.5 1620 570 485 455 380

1 x 185 5DF2 213 1407 x 0.41 18.0 24.0 26.0 1950 660 560 530 450

1 x 240 5DF2 223 1866 x 0.41 21.2 27.5 30.5 2540 790 670 630 550

1 x 300 5DF2 233 1551 x 0.51 23.6 29.3 36.9 3460 910 780 730 630

1 x 400 5DF2 243 1995 x 0.51 27.2 32.5 39.5 4332 1070 910 850 720

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OZOFLEX cables, covered by the Prescribed Items Act mandatory approval for fl exible leads, are accordingly overed by Approval Certifi cate No. 11551.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.

- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter

- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

When installed on spring operated reelers the following de-rating factors are to be applied:

1 layer on real 0.80 2 layers 0.61 3 layers 0.49

OZOFLEX Heavy Duty EPR/CSP Rubber Flexible Cables

APPLICATION• Heavy Duty construction site leads for drills, pumps, saws, kangos• Cranes, hoists & festoon systems• Steelworks and rolling mills• Stage & Theatre power & lighting• Hand held drills, grinders & welders• Agricultural equipment• Portable motors, generators & power supplies• Submersible to 100 metres plus

DESIGNOZOFLEX is designed as a heavy duty fl exible for dry, damp and wet environments, areas of stress caused by vibration or impact and is resistant to abrasion, exposure to radiated heat and chemical contamination. Because of the black, fl ame retardant CSP sheath OZOFLEX is suitable for areas subject to fi re hazard and hazardous locations.

OZOFLEX cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation provides improved current capacities.

Cables above 16mm2 and all control cables have an elastomer inner sheath. The CSP elastomer sheath (Hypalon) is oil resistant and fl ame retardant in accordance with VDE 0472.

The construction is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS 1125, AS 3191, AS 3116 and DIN/VDE 0282 IEC332-1 and CENELEC standards for O7RN.

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CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONSingle Core black3 Core blue, brown, green/yellow4 Core brown, black, green/yellow, grey5 Core blue, brown, black, green/yellow, greyMulti core black insulation sequentially numbered including a green/yellow earth core.

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

OZOFLEX

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV- AC test voltage = 2.5kV

*The cable is designated 450/750V with EI1 insulation compound in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the voltage rating of 0.6/1kV, R-EP-90.

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Overall Weight Touching Strand Diameter Conductor Diameter Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX with 1 x 10 5DH2 110-5 80 x 0.41 4.1 9.8 12.5 230 65black insulation 1 x 16 5DH2 112-5 126 x 0.41 5.7 11.0 14.5 320 86and sheath 1 x 25 5DH2 113-5 196 x 0.41 6.8 12.5 15.0 450 115 1 x 35 5DH2 114-5 276 x 0.41 8.1 14.0 16.5 605 145 1 x 50 5DH2 115-5 396 x 0.41 9.7 16.5 19.5 825 175 1 x 70 5DH2 116-5 546 x 0.41 11.2 18.5 21.0 1090 225 1 x 95 5DH2 117-5 725 x 0.41 13.2 21.0 24.0 1405 280 1 x 120 5DH2 118-5 927 x 0.41 14.9 23.5 26.5 1745 325 1 x 150 5DH2 120-5 1157 x 0.41 16.6 26.0 28.5 2130 375 1 x 185 5DH2 121-5 1409 x 0.41 18.0 28.0 30.0 2300 435 1 x 240 5DH2 122-5 1869 x 0.41 21.2 31.5 35.0 3100 520 1 x 300 5DH2 123-5 2338 x 0.41 23.6 33.5 38.0 3810 610without a 2 x 1.5 5DH2 204-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 9.0 11.5 135 20green/yellow 2 x 2.5 5DH2 205-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 10.5 13.5 195 28earth 2 x 4 5DH2 206-5 56 x 0.31 2.5 12.0 15.0 270 37

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Cable Unenclosed No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Overall Weight Touching Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Overall Weight Touching Strand Diameter Conductor Diameter Strand Diameter Conductor Diameter

Min Max Min Max Min Max mm mm22 mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX withOZOFLEX with 1 x 101 x 10 5DH2 110-55DH2 110-5 80 x 0.41 4.1 9.8 12.5 230 65 80 x 0.41 4.1 9.8 12.5 230 65black insulationblack insulation 1 x 161 x 16 5DH2 112-55DH2 112-5 126 x 0.41 5.7 11.0 14.5 320 86 126 x 0.41 5.7 11.0 14.5 320 86and sheathand sheath 1 x 251 x 25 5DH2 113-55DH2 113-5 196 x 0.41 6.8 12.5 15.0 450 115 196 x 0.41 6.8 12.5 15.0 450 115

1 x 351 x 35 5DH2 114-55DH2 114-5 276 x 0.41 8.1 14.0 16.5 605 145 276 x 0.41 8.1 14.0 16.5 605 1451 x 501 x 50 5DH2 115-55DH2 115-5 396 x 0.41 9.7 16.5 19.5 825 175 396 x 0.41 9.7 16.5 19.5 825 1751 x 701 x 70 5DH2 116-55DH2 116-5 546 x 0.41 11.2 18.5 21.0 1090 225 546 x 0.41 11.2 18.5 21.0 1090 2251 x 951 x 95 5DH2 117-55DH2 117-5 725 x 0.41 13.2 21.0 24.0 1405 280 725 x 0.41 13.2 21.0 24.0 1405 2801 x 1201 x 120 5DH2 118-55DH2 118-5 927 x 0.41 14.9 23.5 26.5 1745 325 927 x 0.41 14.9 23.5 26.5 1745 3251 x 150 5DH2 120-51 x 150 5DH2 120-5 1157 x 0.41 16.6 26.0 28.5 2130 375 1157 x 0.41 16.6 26.0 28.5 2130 3751 x 185 5DH2 121-51 x 185 5DH2 121-5 1409 x 0.41 18.0 28.0 30.0 2300 435 1409 x 0.41 18.0 28.0 30.0 2300 4351 x 2401 x 240 5DH2 122-55DH2 122-5 1869 x 0.41 21.2 31.5 35.0 3100 520 1869 x 0.41 21.2 31.5 35.0 3100 5201 x 3001 x 300 5DH2 123-55DH2 123-5 2338 x 0.41 23.6 33.5 38.0 3810 610 2338 x 0.41 23.6 33.5 38.0 3810 610

without awithout a 2 x 1.52 x 1.5 5DH2 204-55DH2 204-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 9.0 11.5 135 20 30 x 0.26 1.5 9.0 11.5 135 20green/yellowgreen/yellow 2 x 2.5 5DH2 205-52 x 2.5 5DH2 205-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 10.5 13.5 195 28 50 x 0.26 1.9 10.5 13.5 195 28earthearth 2 x 4 5DH2 206-52 x 4 5DH2 206-5 56 x 0.31 2.5 12.0 15.0 270 37 56 x 0.31 2.5 12.0 15.0 270 37

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No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Overall Weight Touching Strand Diameter Conductor Diameter Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX 3G1 5DH2 303-5 32 x 0.21 1.2 8.6 10.5 130 14including a 3G1.5 5DH2 304-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 9.6 11.0 165 19green/yellow 3G2.5 5DH2 305-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 11.5 13.0 235 26earth core 3G4 5DH2 306-5 56 x 0.31 2.5 13.0 15.0 320 35 3G6 5DH2 307-5 84 x 0.31 3.2 14.5 16.5 495 45 3G10 5DH2 310-5 80 x 0.41 4.1 20.0 22.5 880 62 3G16 5DH2 312-5 126 x 0.41 5.7 22.5 26.5 1090 83 4G1 5DH2 403-5 32 x 0.21 1.2 9.8 10.2 140 14 4G1.5 5DH2 404-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 10.5 12.5 192 19 4G2.5 5DH2 405-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 12.5 14.0 290 26 4G4 5DH2 406-5 56 x 0.31 2.5 14.5 16.5 395 35 4G6 5DH2 407-5 84 x 0.31 3.2 16.5 18.0 530 45 4G10 5DH2 410-5 80 x 0.41 4.1 21.5 25.0 930 62 4G16 5DH2 412-5 126 x 0.41 5.7 24.5 28.9 1300 83 4G25 5DH2 413-5 196 x 0.41 6.9 29.5 35.0 1880 110 4G35 5DH2 414-5 296 x 0.41 8.1 33.0 37.5 2450 135 4G50 5DH2 415-5 396 x 0.41 9.7 33.0 43.5 3380 170 4G70 5DH2 416-5 551 x 0.41 11.3 43.0 48.5 4450 215 4G95 5DH2 417-5 733 x 0.41 13.2 49.0 55.0 5830 265 4G120 5DH2 418-5 938 x 0.41 15.0 53.0 60.0 7140 305 5G1 5DH2 503-5 32 x .0.21 1.2 10.5 12.5 180 14 5G1.5 5DH2 504-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 11.5 13.5 240 19 5G2.5 5DH2 505-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 13.5 15.8 345 26 5G4 5DH2 506-5 56 x 0.31 2.5 16.0 18.8 485 35 5G6 5DH2 907 84 x 0.31 3.2 18.0 22.0 760 45 5G10 5DH2 510-5 80 x 0.41 4.1 24.0 27.0 1300 62 5G16 5DH2 939 126 x 0.41 5.7 27.0 32.5 1680 83 5G25 5DH2 513-5 196 x 0.41 6.9 32.5 37.0 2470 110 5G35 5DH2 514-4 296 x 0.41 8.1 37.5 41.5 3306 135

Selection and Ordering DataOZOFLEX

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No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Diameter Weight Touching Strand Diameter Conductor

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km AOZOFLEX 5G2.5 5DH2 505-6 50 x 0.26 1.9 13.5 15.8 345 26Aust. Core 5G4 5DH2 506-6 56 x 0.31 2.5 16.0 18.8 485 35Colours 5G6 5DH2 907-6 84 x 0.31 3.2 18.0 22.0 760 45R,W,B,B,G/Y 5G10 5DH2 510-6 80 x 0.41 4.1 24.0 27.0 1300 62 5G16 5DH2 512-6 126 x 0.41 5.7 27.0 32.5 1680 83 5G25 5DH2 513-6 196 x 0.41 6.9 32.5 37.0 2470 110 5G35 5DH2 514-6 296 x 0.41 8.1 37.5 41.5 3306 135OZOFLEX 7G1.5 5DH2 580-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 14.0 17.5 355 19including a 10G1.5 5DH2 938-4 30 x 0.26 1.5 18.5 20.5 610 19green/yellow 12G1.5 5DH2 583-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 19.2 20.2 520 19earth core 7G2.5 5DH2 590-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 16.5 20.0 505 19 8G2.5 5DH2 591-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.0 21.5 570 26 12G2.5 5DH2 593-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.5 26.5 755 26 18G2.5 5DH2 595-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 25.0 31.5 1100 26 24G2.5 5DH2 596-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 28.5 35.0 1380 26

Selection and Ordering Data OZOFLEX

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Overall Cable No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter Cable Overall Cable UnenclosedUnenclosed Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strands x Max of Bare Diameter Weight Touching Strand Diameter Conductor Strand Diameter Conductor Strand Diameter Conductor Strand Diameter Conductor Strand Diameter Conductor

Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max mm mm22 mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km AOZOFLEXOZOFLEX 5G2.55G2.5 5DH2 505-65DH2 505-6 50 x 0.26 1.9 13.5 15.8 345 26 50 x 0.26 1.9 13.5 15.8 345 26Aust. CoreAust. Core 5G45G4 5DH2 506-65DH2 506-6 56 x 0.31 2.5 16.0 18.8 485 35 56 x 0.31 2.5 16.0 18.8 485 35ColoursColours 5G65G6 5DH2 907-65DH2 907-6 84 x 0.31 3.2 18.0 22.0 760 45 84 x 0.31 3.2 18.0 22.0 760 45R,W,B,B,G/YR,W,B,B,G/Y 5G105G10 5DH2 510-65DH2 510-6 80 x 0.41 4.1 24.0 27.0 1300 62 80 x 0.41 4.1 24.0 27.0 1300 62

5G165G16 5DH2 512-65DH2 512-6 126 x 0.41 5.7 27.0 32.5 1680 83 126 x 0.41 5.7 27.0 32.5 1680 835G25 5DH2 513-65G25 5DH2 513-6 196 x 0.41 6.9 32.5 37.0 2470 110 196 x 0.41 6.9 32.5 37.0 2470 110

5G35 5G35 5DH2 514-65DH2 514-6 296 x 0.41 8.1 37.5 41.5 3306 135 296 x 0.41 8.1 37.5 41.5 3306 135OZOFLEXOZOFLEX 7G1.57G1.5 5DH2 580-55DH2 580-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 14.0 17.5 355 19 30 x 0.26 1.5 14.0 17.5 355 19including aincluding a 10G1.510G1.5 5DH2 938-45DH2 938-4 30 x 0.26 1.5 18.5 20.5 610 19 30 x 0.26 1.5 18.5 20.5 610 19green/yellowgreen/yellow 12G1.512G1.5 5DH2 583-55DH2 583-5 30 x 0.26 1.5 19.2 20.2 520 19 30 x 0.26 1.5 19.2 20.2 520 19earth core 7G2.5 5DH2 590-5earth core 7G2.5 5DH2 590-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 16.5 20.0 505 19 50 x 0.26 1.9 16.5 20.0 505 19

8G2.58G2.5 5DH2 591-55DH2 591-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.0 21.5 570 26 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.0 21.5 570 2612G2.512G2.5 5DH2 593-55DH2 593-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.5 26.5 755 26 50 x 0.26 1.9 18.5 26.5 755 2618G2.518G2.5 5DH2 595-55DH2 595-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 25.0 31.5 1100 26 50 x 0.26 1.9 25.0 31.5 1100 2624G2.524G2.5 5DH2 596-55DH2 596-5 50 x 0.26 1.9 28.5 35.0 1380 26 50 x 0.26 1.9 28.5 35.0 1380 26

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OZOFLEX (PLUS)

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.

- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter

- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV- AC test voltage = 2.5kV* The cable is designated 450/750V with EI1 insulation compound in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the voltage rating of 0.6/1kV, R-EP-90.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONSingle Core black3 Core blue, brown, green/yellow4 Core brown, black, green/yellow, grey5 Core blue, brown, black, green/yellow, greyMulti core black insulation sequentially numbered including a green/yellow earth core.

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

OZOFLEX (PLUS)Flexible Cables for Submersion in Polluted Liquids

APPLICATION• Sewage Treatment Plants• Waste water pumps - effl uent aerators• Abattoirs (high temp chemical cleaning)• Dairy industry• Mining - de-watering• Chemical plants & steelworks• Hygenic cleaning in breweries, food processing plants etc.• Water depth approx. 10m in waste water, up to 500m in all other

types

DESIGNOZOFLEX (PLUS) cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation provides improved current capacities. Cables above 16mm2 and all control cables include an additional elastomer inner sheath and all cables up to 6mm2 have tinned conductors. The specially compounded heavy duty CSP Elastomer sheath (Hypalon) is oil resistant and fl ame retardant and resists the effects of water absorption.

The construction is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS 1125, AS 3191, AS 3116 and DIN/VDE 282 and CENELEC STANDARDS for 07RN, IEC 60332-1.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

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Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX (PLUS) 1 x 10 5DH1 005 80 x 0.41 5.0 9.8 12.5 230 65Black insulation 1 x 16 5DH1 006 126 x 0.41 6.3 11.0 14.5 320 86and sheath 1 x 25 5DH1 007 196 x 0.41 8.0 12.5 16.5 450 115 1 x 35 5DH1 008 276 x 0.41 9.7 14.0 18.5 605 145 1 x 50 5DH1 010 396 x 0.41 11.0 16.5 21.0 825 175 1 x 70 5DH1 011 360 x 0.51 13.0 18.5 23.5 1090 225 1 x 95 5DH1 012 475 x 0.51 15.2 21.0 26.0 1405 280OZOFLEX (PLUS) 3G1 5DH1 014 29 x 0.21 1.5 8.6 9.6 122 14including a 3G1.5 5DH1 015 27 x 0.26 1.8 9.6 10.6 154 19green/yellow earth 3G2.5 5DH1 016 45 x 0.26 2.6 11.5 12.8 229 26 3G4 5DH1 017 50 x 0.31 3.2 13.2 14.8 319 35 3G6 5DH1 018 75 x 0.31 3.9 14.5 16.9 420 45 3G10 5DH1 020 78 x 0.31 5.1 20.4 22.4 780 62

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Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable UnenclosedUnenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor

Min Max Min Max mm mm22 mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX (PLUS)OZOFLEX (PLUS) 1 x 10 5DH1 0051 x 10 5DH1 005 80 x 0.41 5.0 9.8 12.5 230 65 80 x 0.41 5.0 9.8 12.5 230 65Black insulationBlack insulation 1 x 16 5DH1 0061 x 16 5DH1 006 126 x 0.41 6.3 11.0 14.5 320 86 126 x 0.41 6.3 11.0 14.5 320 86and sheathand sheath 1 x 25 5DH1 0071 x 25 5DH1 007 196 x 0.41 8.0 12.5 16.5 450 115 196 x 0.41 8.0 12.5 16.5 450 115

1 x 35 5DH1 0081 x 35 5DH1 008 276 x 0.41 9.7 14.0 18.5 605 145 276 x 0.41 9.7 14.0 18.5 605 1451 x 50 5DH1 0101 x 50 5DH1 010 396 x 0.41 11.0 16.5 21.0 825 175 396 x 0.41 11.0 16.5 21.0 825 1751 x 70 5DH1 0111 x 70 5DH1 011 360 x 0.51 13.0 18.5 23.5 1090 225 360 x 0.51 13.0 18.5 23.5 1090 2251 x 95 5DH1 0121 x 95 5DH1 012 475 x 0.51 15.2 21.0 26.0 1405 280 475 x 0.51 15.2 21.0 26.0 1405 280

OZOFLEX (PLUS)OZOFLEX (PLUS) 3G1 5DH1 0143G1 5DH1 014 29 x 0.21 1.5 8.6 9.6 122 14 29 x 0.21 1.5 8.6 9.6 122 14including aincluding a 3G1.5 5DH1 0153G1.5 5DH1 015 27 x 0.26 1.8 9.6 10.6 154 19 27 x 0.26 1.8 9.6 10.6 154 19green/yellow earthgreen/yellow earth 3G2.5 5DH1 0163G2.5 5DH1 016 45 x 0.26 2.6 11.5 12.8 229 26 45 x 0.26 2.6 11.5 12.8 229 26

3G4 5DH1 0173G4 5DH1 017 50 x 0.31 3.2 13.2 14.8 319 35 50 x 0.31 3.2 13.2 14.8 319 353G6 5DH1 0183G6 5DH1 018 75 x 0.31 3.9 14.5 16.9 420 45 75 x 0.31 3.9 14.5 16.9 420 453G10 5DH1 0203G10 5DH1 020 78 x 0.31 5.1 20.4 22.4 780 62 78 x 0.31 5.1 20.4 22.4 780 62

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Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A OZOFLEX (PLUS) 7G1.5 5DH1 241 30 x 0.26 1.5 14.0 17.5 355 19including a 4G1.5 5DH1 021 27 x 0.26 1.8 10.5 12.0 192 19green/yellow earth 4G2.5 5DH1 022 45 x 0.26 2.6 12.5 14.0 279 26 4G4 5DH1 023 50 x 0.31 3.2 14.5 16.1 388 35 4G6 5DH1 901-5 75 x 0.31 3.9 16.5 18.6 530 45 4G10 5DH1 025 78 x 0.41 5.1 22.2 24.2 940 62 4G16 5DH1 026 124 x 0.41 6.3 26.1 29.1 1310 83 4G25 5DH1 027 192 x 0.41 7.8 29.8 33.8 1890 110 4G35 5DH1 028 271 x 0.41 9.2 34.6 37.6 2460 135 4G50 5DH1 030 388 x 0.41 11.0 40.3 43.3 3390 170 4G70 5DH1 031 551 x 0.41 11.3 43.0 48.5 4450 215 4G95 5DH1 032 733 x 0.41 13.2 49.0 55.0 5830 265 4G120 5DH1 033 938 x 0.41 15.0 53.0 60.0 7140 305

OZOFLEX (PLUS) 4G1.5 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 069 28 x 0.26 1.5 14.0 16.0 310 19with pilots 4G2.5 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 070 45 x 0.26 1.9 16.0 18.5 420 26 4G4 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 071 51 x 0.31 2.5 19.0 21.5 570 35 4G6 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 072 75 x 0.31 3.2 21.0 23.5 720 45 4G10 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 073 77 x 0.26 4.1 26.5 30.0 1170 62 4G16 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 275 123 x 0.41 5.6 26.5 30.0 1310 83 4G25 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 075 190 x 0.41 6.8 31.5 35.0 1910 110 4G35 + 2 x 1.5 5DH1 076 268 x 0.41 8.1 35.0 38.5 2460 135

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The construction is in accordance with the Australian StandardsAS 1125, AS 3191, AS 3116 and DIN/VDE 0282 and CENELEC standards for 07RN, IEC 60 332-1.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV- AC test voltage = 2.5kV*The cable is designated 450/750V with EI1 insulation compound in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the voltage rating of 0.6/1kV, R-EP-90.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONSingle Core black3 Core blue, brown, green/yellow4 Core brown, black, green/yellow, greyMulti core black insulation sequentially numbered including a green/yellow earth core.

OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+)OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+)Submersible Overall Screened Cable (EMC Compliant)

APPLICATIONSpecifi cally designed for pumps in water waste-water under medium mechanical stress.

• Sewage Treatment Plants

• Waste water pumps, effl uent aerators• For pumps requiring control cores• Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)• Abattoirs (high temp chemical cleaning)• Dairy industry• Mining - de-watering• Chemical plants & steelworks• Hygenic cleaning in breweries, food processing plants etc.• Water depth approx. 10m in waste water, up to 500m in all

other types

DESIGNOZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation provides improved current capacities. All cables up to 6mm2 have tinned conductors. Between the elastomer inner and outer sheaths there is an overall tinned copper screen. The specially compounded heavy duty CSP Elastomer sheath (Hypalon) is oil resistant and fl ame retardant and resists the effects of water absorption.

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Number of Part No. Power conductor Overall diameter of Net weight UnenclosedCores and Approx. number cable TouchingConductor Size of strands x max. strand diameter Min Max 1000 m approx. mm2 mm mm mm kg A 4 G 1.5 5DH5 312 28 x 0.26 13.0 15.0 280 194 G 2.5 5DH5 313 45 x 0.26 15.5 18.0 415 264 G 4 5DH5 314 51 x 0.31 17.5 20.0 545 354 G 6 5DH5 315 75 x 0.31 19.5 22.0 700 454 G 10 5DH5 316 77 x 0.41 23.5 26.0 1010 624 G 16 5DH5 317 123 x 0.41 27.5 31.0 1460 834 G 25 5DH5 318 190 x 0.41 32.5 36.0 2100 1104 G 35 5DH5 320 268 x 0.41 36.0 39.5 2730 1354 G 50 5DH5 321 384 x 0.41 42.0 45.5 3680 1704 G 70 5DH5 322 545 x 0.41 46.5 50.0 4800 2154 G 95 5DH5 323 724 x 0.41 53.5 58.0 6280 2654 G 120 5DH5 324 926 x 0.41 57.5 62.0 7520 305

Ozofl ex (plus) screened with pilots

OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+)

Number of Part No. Power conductor Overall diameter of Net weight UnenclosedCores and Approx. number cable TouchingConductor Size of strands strand diameter mm2 mm mm kg A 4 G 2.5 + 4 x 1.5 5DH5 146 45 x 0.26 21.70 630 264 G 4 + 4 x 1.5 5DH5 147 51 x 0.31 24.00 905 354 G 6 + 4 x 1.5 5DH5 148 75 x 0.31 26.00 930 454 G 10 + 4 x 1.5 5DH5 149 77 x 0.41 26.70 1133 624 G 16 + 4 x 1.5 5DH5 150 123 x 0.41 28.40 1363 834 G 25 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 152 190 x 0.41 34.00 2022 1104 G 35 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 151 268 x 0.41 36.40 2550 1354 G 50 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 154 384 x 0.41 42.50 3600 1704 G 70 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 153 545 x 0.41 48.20 4800 2154 G 95 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 155 724 x 0.41 56.20 6110 2654 G 120 + 4 x 2.5 5DH5 156 926 x 0.41 61.00 6900 305

OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+)

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DESIGN HYDROFIRM (T) cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation enables improved current capacities and a specially compounded EPR sheath inhibits water absorption. A hand stripable bond between insulation and sheath stops any moisture migration along the insulated conductors should the sheath be damaged. HYDROFIRM (T) is suitable for water temperatures up to 60°C and is designed and approved for use in drinking water eg., mineral spring and spa pumps. For particularly aggressive liquids refer to OZOFLEX (PLUS) and PROTOMONT HD. The sheath colour is blue for identifi cation. The cable is in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0282 pt 810.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following factors. For HYDROFIRM (T) the water temperature should be considered as the ambient depending on the % of cable submerged.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

HYDROFIRM (T)HYDROFIRM (T)Flexible Cables for use Underwater and forSubmersible Pumps

APPLICATION• Submersible pumps in boreholes, mining, irrigation dams,

reticulation systems• Ponds and fountains• For fresh, salt & lightly polluted water (60°C)• Underwater and marine installations• Sub zero installations (-40°C)• De-watering & drainage systems• For pumps with thermistors• Water Authorities• Flexible marina power supplies• Round version suitable for depths up to 2000mts

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CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONSingle core - black3 Core - blue, brown and green/yellow4 Core - grey5 Core - greyMulti Core - b lack insu lat ion, sequent ia l l y numbered, including a green/yellow earth core

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Unenclosed Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Diameter Weight Max. Strand Conductor Spaced Touching Diameter

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A HYDROFIRM (T) 1 x 1.5 5DH1 302 28 x 0.26 1.5 5.5 7.0 50 26 20with black core 1 x 2.5* 5DH1 602 46 x 0.26 2.2 6.3 7.4 62 36 28insulation 1 x 4* 5DH1 603 52 x 0.31 3.1 7.3 8.4 86 48 37 1 x 6 5DH1 305 80 x .031 3.8 7.8 8.8 120 61 47 1 x 10 5DH1 306 77 x .041 4.1 9.5 11.0 180 84 65 1 x 16 5DH1 307 123 x 0.41 5.7 11.5 13.5 265 110 86 1 x 25 5DH1 308 190 x 0.41 6.8 13.5 15.5 380 150 115 1 x 35 5DH1 310 268 x 0.41 8.1 15.0 17.5 500 185 145 1 x 50 5DH1 311 384 x 0.41 9.6 17.5 20.0 690 230 175 1 x 70 5DH1 312 545 x 0.41 11.2 20.0 22.5 920 290 225 1 x 95 5DH1 313 724 x 0.41 13.2 22.5 25.0 1180 360 280 1 x 120* 5DH1 314 926 x 0.41 14.9 24.0 26.5 1470 420 325

HYDROFIRM (T)

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV- AC test voltage = 2.5kV*The cable is designated 450/750V in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the voltage rating 0.6/1kV

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No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Unenclosed Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Diameter Weight Max. Strand Conductor Spaced Touching Diameter

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A HYDROFIRM (T) 3G1.5 5DH1 352 28 x 0.26 1.7 9.6 10.6 140 20 19including a 3G2.5 5DH1 353 46 x 0.26 2.2 11.2 12.8 200 28 26green/yellow 3G4 5DH1 354 52 x 0.31 3.1 13.1 14.7 285 38 35earth core 3G6 5DH1 644 80 x 0.31 3.8 14.5 16.0 370 48 45 3G10 5DH1 645 80 x 0.41 5.0 19.4 21.4 655 66 62 4G1.5 5DH1 362 28 x 0.26 1.5 10.0 12.0 175 20 19 4G2.5 5DH1 363 45 x 0.26 1.9 12.0 14.0 250 28 26 4G4 5DH1 364 51 x 0.31 2.5 14.0 16.0 355 38 35 4G6 5DH1 365 75 x 0.31 3.2 15.5 18.0 475 48 45 4G10 5DH1 366 77 x 0.41 4.1 21.0 23.5 825 66 62 4G16 5DH1 367 123 x 0.41 5.6 25.5 29.0 1250 88 83 4G25 5DH1 368 190 x 0.41 6.8 31.0 34.0 1800 120 110 4G35 5DH1 370 268 x 0.41 8.1 35.0 39.0 2360 145 135 4G50 5DH1 371 384 x 0.41 9.6 41.0 45.0 3250 180 170 4G70 5DH1 372 545 x 0.41 11.2 46.5 50.0 4300 230 215 5G1.5* 5DH1 731 28 x 0.26 1.7 11.5 13.1 215 20 19 5G2.5* 5DH1 732 46 x 0.26 2.2 13.6 15.2 310 28 26

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HYDROFIRM (T)

HYDROFIRM (T) FLAT

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Unenclosed Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Dimensions Weight Max. Strand Conductor Spaced Touching Diameter

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A HYDROFIRM (T) 3 x 1.5 5DH1 332 28 x 0.26 1.5 9.5 11.0 137 20 19without 3 x 2.5 5DH1 333 45 x 0.26 1.9 11.0 13.0 197 28 26green/yellow 3 x 4 5DH1 334 51 x 0.31 2.5 13.0 15.0 280 38 35earth core 3 x 6 5DH1 335 75 x 0.31 3.2 14.5 16.0 370 48 45 3 x 10 5DH1 336 77 x 0.41 4.1 19.0 21.5 665 66 62 3 x 16 5DH1 337 123 x 0.41 5.6 23.5 26.0 1000 88 83

HYDROFIRM (T)

Selection and Ordering Data No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Unenclosed Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Width Weight Max. Strand Conductor Dimensions Spaced Touching Diameter

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A HYDROFIRM (T) FLAT 4 G 1.5 5DH1 522 28 x 0.26 1.5 16.0 18.5 175 20 19including a 4 G 2.5 5DH1 523 45 x 0.26 1.9 19.0 21.5 255 28 26green/yellow 4 G 4 5DH1 524 51 x 0.31 2.5 22.5 25.5 360 38 35earth core 4 G 6 5DH1 525 75 x 0.31 3.2 25.5 29.0 485 48 45 4 G 10 5DH1 526 77 x 0.41 4.1 33.0 36.5 955 66 62 4 G 16 5DH1 527 123 x 0.41 5.6 41.0 44.5 1220 88 83 4 G 25 5DH1 528 190 x 0.41 6.8 49.0 53.5 1800 120 110 4 G 35 5DH1 530 268 x 0.41 8.1 56.5 60.5 2400 145 135 4 G 50 5DH1 531 384 x 0.41 9.6 66.5 69.5 3270 180 170

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OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following factors. For HYDROFIRM (T) the water temperature should be considered as the ambient depending on the % of cable submerged.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15 N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kV- AC test voltage = 3kV

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATION4 Core - brown, black, grey and green/yellowPilot Core - black

HYDROFIRM (T) SCREENEDHYDROFIRM (T) SCREENEDFlexible Cables for use Underwater and forSubmersible Pumps

APPLICATION• Submersible pumps in boreholes, mining, irrigation dams,

reticulation systems• Ponds and fountains• For fresh, salt & lightly polluted water (60°C)• Underwater and marine installations• Sub zero installations (-40°C)• De-watering & drainage systems• Pumps with thermistors• Flexible marina power supplies• Suitable for depths up to 500 mts

DESIGN HYDROFIRM (T) screened cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation enables improved current capacities and a specially compounded EPR sheath inhibits water absorption.

A hand stripable bond between insulation and inner sheath stops any moisture migration along the insulated conductors should the sheath be damaged. Between the inner and outer EPR sheaths there is an overall copper screen. HYDROFIRM (T) is suitable for water temperatures up to 60°C and is designed and approved for use in drinking water eg., mineral spring and spa pumps. For particularly aggressive liquids refer to OZOFLEX (PLUS) and PROTOMONT HD. The sheath colour is blue for identifi cation. The cable is in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0282 pt 810.

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Part No. Number of Power conductor Diameter Overall diameter of Net weight Unenclosed Unenclosed Cores and Approx. of Bare cable Spaced Touching Conductor Size number Conductor of strands x max. strand 1000 m diameter approx Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg A A5DH1 401 4G1.5 28 x 0.26 1.5 13.0 15.0 260 20 19 5DH1 751 4G2.5 45 x 0.26 1.9 15.5 18.0 396 28 265DH1 752 4G4 51 x 0.31 2.5 17.5 20.0 525 38 355DH5 634 4G6 75 x 0.31 3.2 19.5 22.0 665 48 455DH1 754 4G10 77 x 0.41 4.1 23.5 26.0 970 66 625DH1 755 4G16 123 x 0.41 5.6 27.5 31.0 1400 88 835DH1 407 4G25 190 x 0.41 6.8 32.5 36.0 2030 120 1105DH1 408 4G35 268 x 0.41 8.1 36.0 39.5 2610 145 1355DH1 409 4G50 384 x 0.41 9.6 42.0 45.5 3610 180 170 5DH1 410 4G70 545 x 0.41 11.2 46.5 50.0 4710 230 2155DH1 411 4G95 724 x 0.41 13.2 53.5 58.0 6340 285 2655DH1 412 4G120 926 x 0.41 14.9 57.5 62.0 7470 330 305

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PROTOMONT HD

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on a continuous operating ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures, these values must be converted using the following table °C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15 N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

PROTOMONT HDHeavy Duty Flexible for Aggressive Environments

APPPLICATION• Extra Heavy Duty fl exible• Stackers & reclaimer cabling• Draglines, shovels & hoists• Conveyors• Open cut mine trailing cable• Heavy industry & construction sites• Submersion in polluted liquids• Single core for festoon cranes

DESIGNPROTOMONT HD heavy duty elastomer fl exible cables are designed for aggressive environments in open cut mining and quarries, industry and construction sites as well as agricultural use where heavy mechanical stresses occur.

PROTOMONT HD cables consist of fi nely stranded tinned copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design.

R-EP-90 elastomer insulation enables improved current capacities and a specially compounded XHD-PCP-90 outer sheath resists hard and abrasive surfaces. The cable is in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0250 pt 812 for NSSHoeu. Flame retardant to VDE and MSHA.

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PROTOMONT HD

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONSingle core: - black3 Core - blue, brown and green/yellow4 Core - blue, brown, black and green/yellow5 Core - blue, brown, black, green/yellow and blackMulticore: - black insulation sequentially numbered including a green/yellow earth core

No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Overall Weight Spaced Touching Max. Strand Conductor Diameter

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A APROTOMONT 1 x 16 5DL1 112 122 x 0.41 6.3 10.5 12.5 255 110 86with black core 1 x 25 5DL1 113 188 x 0.41 7.8 13.0 15.0 283 150 115insulation 1 x 35 5DL1 114 265 x 0.41 9.2 14.5 16.5 493 185 145 1 x 50 5DL1 115 379 x 0.41 11.0 16.0 18.5 670 230 175 1 x 70 5DL1 116 539 x 0.41 13.0 18.0 20.5 900 290 225 1 x 95 5DL1 117 716 x 0.41 15.1 21.0 23.5 1140 360 280 1 x 120 5DL1 118 915 x 0.41 17.0 22.5 25.5 1430 420 325 1 x 150 5DL1 120 1138 x 0.41 19.0 24.5 27.5 1740 485 375 1 x 185 5DL1 121 1390 x 0.41 21.0 27.5 31.0 2150 570 435 1 x 240 5DL1 122 1844 x 0.41 24.0 31.0 34.5 2760 680 520 1 x 300 5DL1 123 2301 x 0.41 27.0 34.5 38.0 3480 790 610PROTOMONT 3 x 1.5* 5DL1 304 28 x 0.26 1.8 11.5 13.5 210 20 19including green/ 3 x 2.5* 5DL1 305 45 x 0.26 2.6 12.5 15.0 273 28 26yellow earth 3 x 4* 5DL1 306 50 x 0.31 3.2 15.5 18.0 408 38 35core 3 x 6* 5DL1 307 75 x 0.31 3.9 17.0 19.5 510 48 45

PROTOMONT HD

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kV- AC test voltage = 3kV

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No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Current Capacity Conductor Size of Strands x of Bare Diameter Weight Carrying direct Max. Strand Conductor free in air installed Diameter Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A APROTOMONT 4 x 1.5* 5DL1 404 28 x 0.26 1.8 12.0 14.0 239 20 19including green/ 4 x 2.5* 5DL1 405 45 x 0.26 2.6 14.5 17.0 364 28 26yellow earth 4 x 4* 5DL1 406 50 x 0.31 3.2 16.5 19.0 477 38 35core 4 x 6* 5DL1 407 75 x 0.31 3.9 18.0 20.5 600 48 45 4 x 10* 5DL1 410 77 x 0.41 5.1 22.0 25.0 920 66 62 4 x 16* 5DL1 412 122 x 0.41 6.3 26.5 30.0 1370 88 83 4 x 25* 5DL1 413 190 x 0.41 7.8 31.5 35.5 2010 120 110 4 x 35* 5DL1 414 267 x 0.41 9.2 34.5 38.5 2530 145 135 4 x 50* 5DL1 415 383 x 0.41 11.0 40.5 45.0 3520 180 170 3 x 70/35* 5DL1 716 544 x 0.41 13.1 44.5 49.0 4280 230 215 3 x 95/50* 5DL1 717 722 x 0.41 15.1 51.5 57.0 5710 285 265 3 x 120/95* 5DL1 718 925 x 0.41 17.0 57.5 63.5 7010 330 305 5 x 1.5 5DL1 504 28 x 0.26 1.8 13.0 15.0 266 20 19 5 x 2.5 5DL1 505 45 x 0.26 2.6 16.0 18.0 403 28 26 5 x 4 5DL1 506 50 x 0.31 3.2 18.0 20.5 540 38 35 5 x 6 5DL1 507 75 x 0.31 3.9 20.0 23.0 720 48 45 5 x 10 5DL1 510 77 x 0.41 5.1 24.0 27.0 1050 66 62 5 x 16 5DL1 512 122 x 0.41 6.3 29.0 32.5 1580 88 83 5 x 25 5DL1 513 190 x 0.41 7.8 34.5 38.5 2320 120 110 6 x 1.5* 5DL1 945 28 x 0.26 1.8 14.0 15.0 315 20 19 7 x 1.5* 5DL1 933 28 x 0.26 1.8 16.0 18.5 416 20 19 8 x 1.5* 5DL1 931 28 x 0.26 1.8 17.3 19.1 462 20 19 10 x 1.5* 5DL1 878 28 x 0.26 1.8 18.5 21.0 540 20 19 11 x 1.5* 5DL1 903 28 x 0.26 1.8 19.3 20.7 580 20 19 7 x 2.5 5DL1 911 45 x 0.26 2.6 18.0 21.0 530 28 26 10 x 2.5* 5DL1 748 45 x 0.26 2.6 21.6 23.6 760 28 26 12 x 2.5 5DL1 755 45 x 0.26 2.6 22.5 25.0 800 28 26 12 x 2.5* 5DL1 923 45 x 0.26 2.6 22.5 25.0 830 28 26 18 x 2.5 5DL1 937 45 x 0.26 2.6 26.0 30.0 1140 28 26

PROTOMONT HD

*This construction can be used for submersion in aggressive liquids

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PROTOMONT HD

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CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/kV

- Maximum operating voltages in:

3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV

DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV

- AC test voltage = 2.5kV* The cable is designated 450/750V in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the voltage rating of 0.6/1kV.

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameterNote: For force guided and reeling applications please refer to Siemens CORDAFLEX (K) information.

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATION4 Core blue, brown, black, green/yellow5 Core red, white, blue, black, green/yellow

PROTOMONT SCREENED

Heavy Duty/Extra Heavy Duty Flexible Cables

APPLICATION• Flexible pump cable

• Heavy duty construction site leads• Oil rigs• Generator supply cables

DESIGNPROTOMONT heavy duty elastomer fl exible cables are designed for aggressive environments in open cut mining and quarries, industry and construction sites as well as agricultural use where heavy mechanical stresses occur.

PROTOMONT cables consist of fi nely stranded tinned copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. Between the elastomer inner and outer sheaths there is an overall tinned copper screen.

R-EP-90 elastomer insulation enables improved current carrying capacities and a specially compounded XHD-PCP-90 outer sheath resists hard and abrasive surfaces. The cable is in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0250 pt 812 for NSSHoeu. Flame retardant to VDE and MSHA.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -25°C

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5 CORE OVERALL PROTOMONT SCREENED Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor Max. mm2 mm mm mm kg/km A PROTOMONT 5 x 1.5/1.5 5DL2 808 30 x 0.26 1.8 15.4 375 19Screened 5 x 2.5/2.5 5DL2 810 50 x 0.26 2.6 18.4 540 26 5 x 4/4 5DL2 811 56 x 0.31 3.2 20.5 680 35 5 x 6/6 5DL2 812 84 x 0.31 3.9 23.1 910 45 5 x 10/10 5DL2 813 80 x 0.41 5.1 27.2 1320 62 5 x 16/16 5DL2 814 126 x 0.41 6.3 32.4 1955 83 5 X 25/25 5DL2 815 196 x 0.41 8.0 39.1 2675 110

PROTOMONT SCREENED

Selection and Ordering Data 5 CORE OVERALL PROTOMONT SCREENED (F)

Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare Diameter Weight Touching Conductor Size Strand Diameter Conductor Max. mm2 mm mm mm kg/km A PROTOMONT 5 x 2.5/2.5 5DL2 710 50 x 0.26 2.6 15.8 540 26Screened 5 x 4/4 5DL2 711 56 x 0.31 3.2 18.8 680 35 5 x 6/6 5DL2 712 84 x 0.31 3.9 20.4 910 45 5 x 10/10 5DL2 713 84 x 0.41 5.1 24.6 1320 62 5 x 16/16 5DL2 714 126 x 0.41 6.3 30.0 1955 83

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SINOTHERM

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii must be observed to ensure operating reliability.

These are applicable for both sub-zero and elevated temperatures.

- Fixed Installation 4 x cable diameter

- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continous operation at an ambient temperature of 150°C per the following table when installed unenclosed and touching. Conductor Size 0.75 1.0 1.5 2.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95

Amps 15 19 24 32 42 54 73 98 129 158 198 245 292

At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table. Ambient temp. up to °C 150 155 160 165 170 175 180

Current capacity as a % of values above 100 91 82 71 58 41 23

Current ratings are based on continous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C per the following table when installed unenclosed and touching. Conductor Size 0.75 1.0 1.5 2.5 4 6 10 16 25 35 50 70 95

Amps 18 21 27 38 51 65 92 123 163 202 294 364 433

At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table. °C 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75

Factor 1.0 0.98 0.95 0.93 0.90 0.88 0.85 0.83

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: - Single Core Uo/U = 0.6/1kV

- Multi Core & Glass Braided Uo/U = 300/500V

SINOTHERM High Temperature 180°C Silicone Flexible Cables

APPLICATION• Switchboard & cubical wiring• Transformer and Capacitor cabling• High output fl oodlights• Chemical & ceramic industry• Injection moulding & extruders• Steelworks/ hot strip rolling mills• Foundries & cooking plants• Heating appliances• Motor rewinders

DESIGNSINOTHERM cables consist of fi ne stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design.

Silicone insulation offers high resistance to increased ambient temperatures, however with a low mechanical resistance to cutsand tearing.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum and maximum permissible -55°C ambient temperature +180°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 180°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 350°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -40°C

RESISTANCE TO CHEMICALSOccasional slight exposure to oil and grease is permitted but the cables must not lie continually in oil or grease. They must be protected against fuels and solvents by suitable insulation. In accordance with AS 3178 the single core 0.6/1kV SINOTHERM carries the SECV Approval No.89516V.

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SINGLE CORE INSULATED SINOTHERM0.6/1kV

No. of Part No. Approx. Diameter Cable CableCores No. of of Bare Overall Weightx Strands x Conductor DiameterConductor Max. Strand Size Diameter Min Maxmm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km

1 x 1.5 5DR3 514 30 x 0.26 1.8 2.9 3.9 20

1 x 2.5 5DR3 515 50 x 0.26 2.6 3.5 4.6 30

1 x 4 5DR3 516 56 x 0.31 3.2 4.2 5.2 50

1 x 6 5DR3 517 84 x 0.31 3.9 4.8 6.7 65

1 x 10 5DR3 518 80 x 0.41 5.1 6.2 8.0 115

1 x 16 5DR3 520 126 x 0.41 6.3 7.2 9.3 180

1 x 25 5DR3 521 196 x 0.41 7.8 8.7 11.4 275

1 x 35 5DR3 522 276 x 0.41 9.2 10.0 13.4 365

1 x 50 5DR3 523 396 x 0.41 11.0 11.8 15.4 520

1 x 70 5DR3 524 360 x 0.51 13.1 13.5 17.9 710

1 x 95 5DR3 525 475 x 0.51 15.1 15.4 20.0 930

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATION2 Core - blue, brown3 Core - blue, brown, green/yellow4 Core - blue, brown, black, green/yellow5 Core - blue, brown, black, green/yellow, black

A single core 660V is available in a range of colours for control wiring in black, red, pink, green/yellow, blue, orange, brown, white and grey.

Coloured Sinotherm Conductors tinned to AS 1125.

SINOTHERM

Selection and Ordering Data

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No. of Part No. Approx. Diameter Cable CableCores No. of of Bare Overall Weightx Strands x Conductor DiameterConductor Max. Strand Size Diameter Min Maxmm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km

2 x 0.75 5DR5 228-4 24 x 0.21 1.2 6.0 7.2 52

2 x 1 5DR5 238-4 32 x 0.21 1.4 6.4 7.8 59

2 x 1.5 5DR5 248-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 7.6 9.0 81

2 x 2.5 5DR5 258-4 50 x 0.26 2.2 9.0 10.5 125

2 x 4 5DR5 268-4 56 x 0.31 3.1 10.0 12.0 180

3 x 0.75 5DR5 328-4 24 x 0.21 1.2 6.6 7.8 62

3 x 1 5DR5 338-4 32 x 0.21 1.4 6.8 8.2 77

3 x 1.5 5DR5 348-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 8.0 9.6 98

3 x 2.5 5DR5 358-4 50 x 0.26 2.2 9.6 11.5 150

3 x 4* 5DR5 368-4 56 x 0.31 3.1 11.0 13.0 225

4 x 0.75 5DR5 428-4 24 x 0.21 1.2 7.2 8.4 80

4 x 1* 5DR5 438-4 32 x 0.21 1.4 7.6 8.8 94

4 x 1.5 5DR5 448-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 9.0 10.5 125

4 x 2.5 5DR5 458-4 50 x 0.26 2.2 10.5 12.5 185

4 x 4 5DR5 468-4 56 x 0.31 3.1 12.0 14.0 290

5 x 1.5 5DR5 548-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 9.8 11.5 155

7 x 1.5 5DR5 793-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 10.2 12.9 195

12 x 1.5* 5DR5 794-4 30 x 0.26 1.7 13.5 15.5 315

MULTICORE SINOTHERMFLEXIBLE CABLES (500V)

No. of Part No. Approx. Diameter Cable CableCores No. of of Bare Overall Weightx Strands x Conductor DiameterConductor Max. Strand Size Diameter Min Maxmm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km

1 x 0.75 5DR4 021-5 24 x 0.21 1.2 2.6 3.6 17

1 x 1 5DR4 031-5 32 x 0.21 1.4 2.7 3.8 20

1 x 1.5 5DR4 041-5 30 x 0.26 1.7 3.2 4.3 27

1 x 2.5 5DR4 051-5 50 x 0.26 2.2 3.8 5.0 39

1 x 4 5DR4 061-5 56 x 0.31 3.1 4.3 5.6 54

1 x 6 5DR4 071-5 84 x 0.31 3.8 4.8 6.2 75

1 x 10 5DR4 101-5 80 x 0.41 5.0 6.0 8.2 130

1 x 16 5DR4 121-5 126 x 0.41 6.3 8.1 9.6 200

1 x 25 5DR4 131-4 196 x 0.41 8.0 9.7 12.0 305

1 x 35 5DR4 141-4 276 x 0.41 9.2 11.6 13.0 420

1 x 50 5DR4 151-4 396 x 0.41 11.0 13.5 16.0 595

1 x 70 5DR4 161-4 360 x 0.51 13.9 15.6 18.0 825

1 x 95* 5DR4 171-4 475 x 0.51 15.2 17.7 21.0 1075

SINGLE CORE SINOTHERM WITH GLASS FIBRE BRAID (500V)

Selection and Ordering Data Selection and Ordering Data

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MINIMUM BENDING RADII

The following minimum recommended bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.

- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter

- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on a continuous operating ambient temperature

of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress on the conductors is15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.15kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.73kV- AC test voltage = 2.5kVThe cable is designated 450/750V in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS3116 for the voltage rating 0.6/1kV

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONThe cable is available in either black or orange as standard. Variations are available subject to manufacture length.

EVA 125 FLEXEVA 125 FLEXHigh Temperature 125°C Flame Retardant Halogen Free Flexible Cables

APPLICATION• Switchboard cabling• Coil & transformer wiring• High thermal stress resistant• Chemical & ceramic industry• Steelworks

DESIGNEVA 125 is a fl exible elastomer insulated cable with improved thermal characteristics due to special cross linking together with an excellent resistance to oils, chemicals, abrasion and mechanical damage.

EVA 125 Flex cables consist of fi nely stranded tinned copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design with a specially compounded R-EVA-125 synthetic rubber insulation for operation in elevated ambient temperatures. The cable is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS 1125, AS 3116 and DIN VDE 0282 pt 501 for H07G

The special Ethylene Vinyl Acetate compound is halogen free andexhibits low smoke generation in the event of fi re and has a high resistance to absorption of oils and grease.

TEMPERATURE- Minimum and maximum permissible ambient temperature -40°C to +110°C - Maximum permissible conductor temperature 125°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C

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EVA 125 FLEX

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Cores Insulation Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Cable Weight Unenclosedx Conductor Colour Strands x Max. of Bare Diameter TouchingSize Strand Conductor Diameter (Max.)

Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A 1 x 0.75 black 5DR7 051-5 24 x 0.21 1.3 2.5 3.2 15 181 x 1 black 5DR7 052-5 32 x 0.21 1.5 2.6 3.4 20 201 x 1.5 black 5DR7 053-5 30 x 0.26 1.8 2.9 3.7 25 251 x 2.5 black 5DR7 054-5 50 x 0.26 2.6 3.5 4.4 40 351 x 4 black 5DR7 055-5 56 x 0.31 3.2 4.2 5.5 60 471 x 6 black 5DR7 056-5 84 x 0.31 3.9 4.8 6.3 80 591 x 10 black 5DR7 057-5 80 x 0.41 5.1 6.0 7.9 130 811 x 16 black 5DR7 060-5 126 x 0.41 6.3 7.2 9.0 210 1051 x 25 black 5DR7 061-5 196 x 0.41 7.8 8.7 11.0 320 1451 x 35 black 5DR7 062-5 276 x 0.41 9.2 10.0 12.4 420 1751 x 50 black 5DR7 063-5 396 x 0.41 11.0 11.8 15.4 595 2151 x 70 black 5DR7 064-5 360 x 13.9 13.9 15.6 18.0 850 2711 x 95 black 5DR7 065-5 475 x 0.51 15.1 16.5 19.1 985 340

EVA 125 FLEX

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EVA 125 FLEXHigh Temperature Multicore Flexible Cables

Selection and Ordering DataNo. of Cores Part No. Approx. No. Diameter Cable Overall Diameter Cable Weight Currentx Conductor Strands x Max. of Bare Conductor CarryingSize Strand Diameter Capacity

max. Min Max

mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A 3 x 0.7 5 5DR7 646 24 x 0.21 1.3 6.9 8.6 80 11

5 x 0.75 5DR7 648 9.1 11.0 135 11

7 x 0.75 5DR7 650 9.6 12.0 175 11

3 x 1.5 5DR7 644 30 x 0.26 1.8 8.2 10.0 120 16

4 x 1.5 5DR7 642 9.3 11.0 140 16

5 x 1.5 5DR7 645 9.9 12.0 185 16

7 x 1.5 5DR7 643 10.6 13.5 220 16

5 x 2.5 5DR7 651 50 x 0.26 2.6 11.6 14.5 250 24

EVA 125 FLEX

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PROTOFLEX Ö500

SPECIAL FEATURESSuitable for use Burning behavior in accordance with DINin hazardous areas VDE 0472 Part 804, Test B (IEC 332-1)Low transfer impedance The cable has a concentric copper braided shield to avoid electromagnetic interference (max 250 Ω /km at 30 MHz).Voltages 300/500 V Rated voltage 318/550 V HIghest permissible operating voltage - 3 phase and single phase operation - in DC operation 2 kV Test voltageCertifi cation VDE Reg. No. 7042Standards Based on DIN VDE 0281-13

PROTOFLEX Ö500PVC Control Cables

APPLICATIONPROTOFLEX® Ö500/Ö500CY PVC control cables are specially suitable for use as fl exible control cables.

Applications include machine tools, production and processing machines, machining centres. industrial robots, transfer lines and handling systems in industr ies manufactur ing pumps, fans, conveyors and air-conditioning systems, as well as the food - processing, tex t i le machine, paper steelmaking and metal-working industries.

DESIGNPROTOFLEX® Ö500 PVC control cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors with V75 PVC insulation. The high grade PVC sheath is resistant to oil, grease and chemicals.

PROTOFLEX® Ö500CY PVC screened control cables have a PVC inner and outer sheath with a copper braided shield between the sheaths which serves to avoid electromagnetic interference (EMC) in building systems and were equipment is in environments where Electromagnetic interference would be unacceptable.

Designed for moderate mechanical loading, in dry, damp and wet areas and in hazardous areas. Outdoor use is possible, provided that the cables are protected from direct sunlight and are permanently installed.

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PROTOFLEX Ö500

PERMISSIBLE TEMPERATUREAt conductor: free-fl exing +5oC to + 70oC fi xed - 40oC to + 70oCBending radii: fi xed 4 d free-fl exing 7.5 d d= outer diameter of cable

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYThe current carrying capacities are based on a continuous operating

temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following factors°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATINGS- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 300/500V- AC test voltage = 2kV*The cable is designated 300/500V in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets the Australian standard for the stated voltage rating AS 1125, AS 3147.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONAll control cores are black, sequentially numbered and include a green/yellow earth core.

PROTOFLEX Ö500

SHIELD CONNECTIONIn order to obtain optimum shielding quality, the shield must be connected around its entire circumference and over an ample surface area at both ends of the cable.

Twisting the shielding strands together into a pigtail or exclusive use of a sheath wire is not suffi cient.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONCable construction is based on DIN VDE 0281-13

• Finely-stranded bare copper conductors according to VDE 0295 Class 5

• Insulation of special polyvinyl chloride (PVC)• PVC inner sheath over laid-up cores in shielded versions• Braided shield of tinned copper wires over inner sheath• Grey PVC outer sheath, largely resistant to oil and chemicals

Marking stamped or printed onto the outer sheath.

PROTOFLEX - Ö500 SYSLY 300/500 V VDE-Reg.-Nr. 7042

PROTOFLEX - Ö500CY SYSLYCY 300/500 V VDE-Reg.-Nr. 7042

CONTINUOUS TENSILE LOADThe maximum allowable tensile stress for operation of cables with mobile equipment is 15 N per mm2.

The maximum allowable tensile stress is 50 N mm2 for fixed installations.

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PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, unscreened

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 0.75 5DE7 040 24 x 0.21 5.2 10

3 x 0.75 5DE7 041 24 x 0.21 5.6 10

4 x 0.75 5DE7 042 24 x 0.21 6.2 10

5 x 0.75 5DE7 043 24 x 0.21 6.8 10

7 x 0.75 5DE7 044 24 x 0.21 7.5 10

12 x 0.75 5DE7 045 24 x 0.21 10.0 10

18 x 0.75 5DE7 050 24 x 0.21 12.0 10

25 x 0.75 5DE7 052 24 x 0.21 14.5 10

34 x 0.75 5DE7 055 24 x 0.21 16.5 10

42 x 0.75 5DE7 057 24 x 0.21 17.9 10

50 x 0.75 5DE7 058 24 x 0.21 19.6 10

PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, unscreenedSelection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 0.5 5DE7 026 16 x 0.21 4.8 8

3 x 0.5 5DE7 001 16 x 0.21 5.1 8

4 x 0.5 5DE7 002 16 x 0.21 5.6 8

5 x 0.5 5DE7 003 16 x 0.21 6.2 8

7 x 0.5 5DE7 004 16 x 0.21 6.8 8

12 x 0.5 5DE7 005 16 x 0.21 9.2 8

18 x 0.5 5DE7 010 16 x 0.21 10.8 8

25 x 0.5 5DE7 012 16 x 0.21 13.1 8

32 x 0.5 5DE7 014 16 x 0.21 14.2 8

40 x 0.5 5DE7 016 16 x 0.21 16.1 8

52 x 0.5 5DE7 027 16 x 0.21 17.7 8

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PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, unscreened

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 1.5 5DE7 120 28 x 0.26 6.3 16

3 x 1.5 5DE7 121 28 x 0.26 6.7 16

4 x 1.5 5DE7 122 28 x 0.26 7.4 16

5 x 1.5 5DE7 123 28 x 0.26 8.3 16

7 x 1.5 5DE7 124 28 x 0.26 9.1 16

12 x 1.5 5DE7 125 28 x 0.26 12.1 16

18 x 1.5 5DE7 128 28 x 0.26 14.5 16

25 x 1.5 5DE7 133 28 x 0.26 17.7 16

34 x 1.5 5DE7 135 28 x 0.26 19.9 16

42 x 1.5 5DE7 136 28 x 0.26 21.6 16

50 x 1.5 5DE7 137 28 x 0.26 23.8 16

PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, unscreenedSelection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 1.0 5DE7 080 32 x 0.21 5.7 13

3 x 1.0 5DE7 081 32 x 0.21 6.1 13

4 x 1.0 5DE7 082 32 x 0.21 6.7 13

5 x 1.0 5DE7 083 32 x 0.21 7.4 13

7 x 1.0 5DE7 084 32 x 0.21 8.3 13

12 x 1.0 5DE7 085 32 x 0.21 10.9 13

18 x 1.0 5DE7 090 32 x 0.21 13.1 13

25 x 1.0 5DE7 093 32 x 0.21 15.9 13

34 x 1.0 5DE7 096 32 x 0.21 18.1 13

41 x 1.0 5DE7 098 32 x 0.21 19.6 13

50 x 1.0 5DE7 102 32 x 0.21 21.5 13

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PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, screened

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 0.5 5DE7 626 16 x 0.21 6.8 8

3 x 0.5 5DE7 601 16 x 0.21 7.0 8

4 x 0.5 5DE7 602 16 x 0.21 7.5 8

5 x 0.5 5DE7 603 16 x 0.21 8.2 8

7 x 0.5 5DE7 604 16 x 0.21 8.7 8

12 x 0.5 5DE7 605 16 x 0.21 10.9 8

18 x 0.5 5DE7 610 16 x 0.21 12.8 8

25 x 0.5 5DE7 612 16 x 0.21 15.4 8

32 x 0.5 5DE7 614 16 x 0.21 16.7 8

40 x 0.5 5DE7 616 16 x 0.21 18.3 8

PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, unscreenedSelection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 2.5 5DE7 160 48 x 0.26 7.7 23

3 x 2.5 5DE7 161 48 x 0.26 8.3 23

4 x 2.5 5DE7 162 48 x 0.26 9.2 23

5 x 2.5 5DE7 163 48 x 0.26 10.1 23

7 x 2.5 5DE7 164 48 x 0.26 11.2 23

12 x 2.5 5DE7 165 48 x 0.26 15.2 23

18 x 2.5 5DE7 170 48 x 0.26 18.1 23

25 x 2.5 5DE7 172 48 x 0.26 22.1 23

34 x 2.5 5DE7 175 48 x 0.26 25.0 23

50 x 2.5 5DE7 178 48 x 0.26 30.0 23

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PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, screened

Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 1.0 5DE7 680 32 x 0.21 7.8 13

3 x 1.0 5DE7 681 32 x 0.21 8.1 13

4 x 1.0 5DE7 682 32 x 0.21 8.9 13

5 x 1.0 5DE7 683 32 x 0.21 9.5 13

7 x 1.0 5DE7 684 32 x 0.21 10.3 13

12 x 1.0 5DE7 685 32 x 0.21 13.3 13

18 x 1.0 5DE7 690 32 x 0.21 15.6 13

25 x 1.0 5DE7 693 32 x 0.21 18.4 13

34 x 1.0 5DE7 696 32 x 0.21 20.8 13

41 x 1.0 5DE7 698 32 x 0.21 22.3 13

PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, screenedSelection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 0.75 5DE7 640 24 x 0.21 7.4 10

3 x 0.75 5DE7 641 24 x 0.21 7.7 10

4 x 0.75 5DE7 642 24 x 0.21 8.2 10

5 x 0.75 5DE7 643 24 x 0.21 9.0 10

7 x 0.75 5DE7 644 24 x 0.21 9.5 10

12 x 0.75 5DE7 645 24 x 0.21 12.0 10

18 x 0.75 5DE7 650 24 x 0.21 14.2 10

25 x 0.75 5DE7 652 24 x 0.21 17.0 10

34 x 0.75 5DE7 655 24 x 0.21 19.0 10

42 x 0.75 5DE7 657 24 x 0.21 20.3 10

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Selection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 2.5 5DE7 760 48 x 0.26 9.7 23

3 x 2.5 5DE7 761 48 x 0.26 10.3 23

4 x 2.5 5DE7 762 48 x 0.26 11.1 23

5 x 2.5 5DE7 763 48 x 0.26 12.2 23

7 x 2.5 5DE7 764 48 x 0.26 13.7 23

12 x 2.5 5DE7 765 48 x 0.26 17.8 23

18 x 2.5 5DE7 770 48 x 0.26 20.8 23

25 x 2.5 5DE7 772 48 x 0.26 25.1 23

34 x 2.5 5DE7 775 48 x 0.26 28.2 23

PROTOFLEX Ö500 PVC Control cables, screenedSelection and Ordering Data

No. of Part No. Approx. No. Cable UnenclosedCores of Strands Overall Touchingx x Diameter Conductor Max. StrandCross-section Diameter mm2 mm mm A2 x 1.5 5DE7 720 28 x 0.26 8. 16

3 x 1.5 5DE7 721 28 x 0.26 8.9 16

4 x 1.5 5DE7 722 28 x 0.26 9.5 16

5 x 1.5 5DE7 723 28 x 0.26 10.3 16

7 x 1.5 5DE7 724 28 x 0.26 11.0 16

12 x 1.5 5DE7 725 28 x 0.26 14.7 16

18 x 1.5 5DE7 728 28 x 0.26 17.0 16

25 x 1.5 5DE7 733 28 x 0.26 20.4 16

34 x 1.5 5DE7 735 28 x 0.26 22.6 16

42 x 1.5 5DE7 736 28 x 0.26 24.3 16

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PROTOFLEX-EMV-FCUV stabilised

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum

fully fl exible operation -5°C

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIFor recommended bending radii refer to the selection and ordering data

tables.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATION4 core - Brown, Blue, Black, Green/Yellow

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated AC Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6kV

- Rated DC Voltage: Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kV

- AC test Voltage: = 5kV

PROTOFLEX-EMV-FCUV stabilised

APPLICATIONSpecifi cally designed low capacitance screened cable for connection between AC variable speed drives and motors. Suitable for fi xed installation and occasional freely fl exing applications in dry damp and wet conditions. U.V stabilised for outdoor use.

Not suitable for direct installation into the ground or submersion in water.

DESIGNElectromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the ability of electrical or electronic equipment to function normally in an environment without being effected by (EMI) electromagnetic and (RFI) radio frequency interferences or in turn disturbing the environment by transmitting EMI or RFI.

The Siemens PROTOFLEX -EMV screened power cable consists of fi nely stranded copper conductors with Cross Linked Poly Ethylene (XLPE) insulation covered with a tinned copper braided screen and a PVC orange, transparent sheath.

For cable cross sections greater than 16mm2 the earth conductor is divided evenly into 3 seperate cores and uniformally located in the intersticial gaps around the power cores. This achieves a truly concentric design in accordance with the EMC standards.

The overall tinned copper braid screen is specifi cally designed for optimum Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) by taking into account the percentage coverage, braid fan angle, and wire gauge which all results in a very low transfer resistance. The screen offers a low DC resistance affording protection from low frequency interference such as AC harmonics.

The cable is in accordance with AS 1125 for the conductors and AS 1347 for the sheath. Fire performance is according to IEC 06332- 1

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PROTOFLEX-EMV-FCUV stabilised

PROTOFLEX-EMV-FCUV stabilised

No. of Part No. Conductor Operating Nominal Max Min Min Net UnenclosedCores Design Capacitance Diameter Outer Bending Bending Weight Touching and approx. no. of over Diameter Radii Radii Conductor strands Screen Fixed Flexing Rated x max. strand Cross-section diameter mm2 mm nF/Km mm mm mm mm kg/km A4 x 1.5 5DE6 600 28 x 0.25 130 8.4 11.5 69 92 150 21

4 x 2.5 5DE6 601 46 x 0.25 145 9.4 13.0 100 125 205 27

4 x 4 5DE6 602 5 x 0.30 145 11.6 15.5 124 155 320 37

4 x 6 5DE6 603 77 x 0.30 160 12.8 17.0 136 170 410 48

4 x 10 5DE6 604 78 x 0.39 185 15.3 19.5 156 195 600 67

3 x 16 + 3 x 2.5/3 5DE6 605 26 x 0.39 235 16.2 21.0 168 210 770 90

3 x 25 + 3 x 4/3 5DE6 606 96 x 0.39 245 19.8 24.5 196 245 1110 119

3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 5DE6 607 27 x 0.39 270 22.5 28.0 224 280 1510 147

3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 5DE6 608 388 x 0.39 270 26.7 33.0 264 330 2140 184

3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 5DE6 610 553 x 0.39 295 30.6 37.0 296 370 2860 228

3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3 5DE6 611 729 x 0.39 300 35.1 42.0 336 420 3740 274

3 x 120 + 3 x 50/3 5DE6 612 932 x 0.39 312 39.6 46.5 372 465 4810 320

3 x 150 + 3 x 70/3 5DE6 613 66 x 0.39 315 44.3 51.5 412 515 5850 368

3 x 185 + 3 x 95/3 5DE6 614 425 x 0.39 315 48.9 57.0 456 570 7100 420

3 x 240 + 3 x 120/3 5DE6 615 887 x 0.39 320 55.8 64.5 516 645 9400 498

3 x 300 + 3 x 150/3 5DE6 616 2350 x 0.39 330 62.9 72.0 576 720 11680 576

Selection and Ordering Data

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EMC CABLE GLANDS

Cable Cable LockCross Section Gland Nut

mm Part No. Part No.4 x 1.5 100210368 1002038084 x 2.5 100210999 1002042114 x 4 100210738 1002042114 x 6 100210708 1002042114 x 10 100206872 100204211

3 x 16 + 3 x 2.5/3 100206246 100206391

3 x 25 + 3 x 4/3 100207312 100207739

3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 100208193 100207739

3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 100208574 100209917

3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 100209510 100209917

3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3 100209202 100210718

3 x 120 + 3 x 50/3 100209598 100210718

3 x 150 + 3 x 70/3 100209276 100210735

3 x 185 + 3 x 95/3 100210042 100211073

4 x 240 + 3 x 120/3 100200893 100200894

THE SOLUTIONThe 6 teeth of the lock nut are for equipotential bonding and scrape into the insulating layers of paint or powder to create a vibration-resistant contact.

• no surface corrosion• very low-ohm transition; gland/housing• no need to clean contact surface• increases the installed vibration-resistance through frictional

connection

EMC CABLE GLANDS

EMC Cable Glands from Siemens are the perfect complement to PROTOFLEX-EMV screen cables providing an effi cient shield connection that meets the requirements of both AS/NZS CISPR-11 and EN 55011.

Consisting of a few components they are quick and easy to install. Tightening the pressure nut causes the insert to press against two taper rings which, in turn, press on an endless spring washer, making its diameter taper, thus permanently bonding the screen braid of the threaded cable. The result is a low resistance connection between the cable screen and the housing of the electrical equipment via the gland body.

In order to conform with the radio interference suppressionrequirements set forth in EN 55011, the shield must be connected around its entire circumference and over an ample surface area at both ends of the cable.

ADVANTAGES• easily assembled• 360o bonding on screen• large sealing ranges• IP68• high attenuation• sheath can still be continued on into the equipment housing

THE EARTHING PROBLEMThe paint on cubicles and equipment housings has to be removed so the metal gland body is in direct contact with the bare metal of the equipment to ensure the earth bonding circuit is compliant.

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EMC CABLE GLANDS

Cable SealingGland No. of Cores x Diameter DiameterPart No Conductor size Max Min Max mm2 mm mm mm100210368 Protofl ex EMV 4 x 1.5mm 11.5 7.0 11.0

100210999 Protofl ex EMV 4 x 2.5mm 13.0 10.0 14.0

100210738 Protofl ex EMV 4 x 4 mm 15.5 14.0 18.0

100210708 Protofl ex EMV 4 x 6 mm 17.0 14.0 18.0

100206872 Protofl ex EMV 4 x 10 mm 19.5 17.0 20.0

100206246 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 16 + 3 x 2.5/3 21.0 19.0 23.0

100207312 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 25 + 3 x 4/3 24.5 25.0 29.0

100208193 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 28.0 25.0 29.0

100208574 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 33.0 32.0 37.0

100209510 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 37.0 37.0 41.0

100209202 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3 42.0 40.0 45.0

100209598 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 120 + 3 x 50/3 46.5 45.0 51.0

100209276 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 150 + 3 x 70/3 51.5 51.0 55.0

100210042 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 185 + 3 x 95/3 57.0 54.0 58.0

100200893 Protofl ex EMV 3 x 240 + 3 x 120/3 64.5 63.0 70.0

EMC CABLE GLANDSSelection and Ordering Data

Cable gland drawing and dimensions

Cable Glands Lock Nut A1 Overall cross Part No Thread section Height C

mm Part No. Part No. mm4 x 1.5 100210368 100203808 M 20 x 1.5 31 4 x 2.5 100210999 100204211 M 25 x 1.5 32

4 x 4 100210738 100204211 M 25 x 1.5 32

4 x 6 100210708 100204211 M 25 x 1.5 32 4 x 10 100206872 100204211 M 25 x 1.5 34

3 x 16 + 3 x 2.5/3 100206246 100206391 M 32 x 1.5 39

3 x 25 + 3 x 4/3 100207312 100207739 M 40 x 1.5 45

3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 100208193 100207739 M 40 x 1.5 45

3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 100208574 100209917 M 50 x 1.5 50

3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 100209510 100209971 M 50 x 1.5 58

3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3 100209202 100210718 M 63 x 1.5 58

3 x 120 + 3 x 50/3 100209598 100210718 M 63 x 1.5 58

3 x 185 + 3x 95/3 100210042 100211073 M 75 x 1.5 47

3 x 240 + 3 x 120/3 100200893 100200894 M 80 x 2.0 61

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blueglobe® CABLE GLANDS

Sealing Connection range Brass thread/ without SpannerNickel length range insert widthPlated mm max/min. ø max/min. ø SW x E Part No A D mm mm C mm

bg812 ms M12x1,5 15 2 - 8 5 - 8 21 17x18,9

bg816 ms M16x1,5 15 4 - 11 7 - 11 25 20x22,2

bg820 ms M20x1,5 15 5 - 14 9 - 14 29 24x26,5

bg825 ms M25x1,5 15 11 - 20 16 - 20 29 30x33

bg832 ms M32x1,5 15 15 - 25 20 - 25 32 36x39,5

bg840 ms M40x1,5 15 20 - 32 26 - 32 35 45x48

bg850 ms M50x1,5 15 31 - 42 35 - 42 35 57x61

bg863 ms M63x1,5 15 41 - 54 46 - 54 38 68x74

• Highest protection rate IP68 up to 15 bar• Wide sealing range means one gland body for several cable O.D's• Highest strain relief (EN 50262 Class B)

Thread M12 M16 M20 M25 M32 M40 M50 M63

Cable O.Drange mm 2 - 8 4 - 11 5 - 14 11 - 20 15 - 25 20 - 32 31 - 42 41 - 54

Max. strainClass B 75N 120N 130N 140N 250N 350N 350N 400N

blueglobe® CABLE GLANDS

Gland selection data based on cable O.D

Part number and gland dimensions

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSLarge cable diameter

For a larger cable diameter remove the insert by inserting a screw driver into the seam… and lift out the insert.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSSmall cable diameter

Insert cable with IP 68 Installations globemarker on the outside….or remove the marker.

blueglobe® CABLE GLANDSblueglobe® CABLE GLANDS

KEY BENEFITSA blueglobe ® Gland body

Brass nickel plated & metric threadB Temperature range -40°C up to +130°C Sealing insert Blue elastic TPE High UV-stability Halogen and plasticiser freeC Highest IP rating Up to 15 bar and above at IP 68D Symmetric radial design Patented “globe” sealing system Large surface area with elastic sealing Zero cable damage from notching or

strangling No insert folding with small cable

O.D’sE Removable insertF Connection thread O-ring groove with O-ring in

fl ange surface Metric connection threadG Strain relief Highest strain relief in accordance

with EN 50262 Class B

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)CORDAFLEX (SMK)Flexible Reeling and Crane Cables

APPLICATION

CORDAFLEX (SMK) cables are specifi cally designed to withstand high and very high mechanical stresses associated with cable reelers, festoon systems and force guided applications where high dynamic and static forces are induced into the cable.

CORDAFLEX (SMK) is designed for all types of mobile equipment such as ship loaders, gantry cranes, stackers and reclaimers, inclinators, hoists, spreader and magnet cranes, in steelworks, smelters and sub-zero environments.

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)

Type CORDAFLEX (SMK)

Conductor Electrolytic copper tinned, very fi nely stranded class "F"(refer also to DIN VDE 0295

Conductor PROTOLON MS(refer also to DIN Newly developed special compound based on high-quality EPRVDE 0207, Part 20) (at least 3GI3); improved mechanical and electrical characteristics

Shield for Braid screen made of tinned copper wires. Transfer impedanceindividually shielded optimized at 30 MHzcores and twisted and Surface covered:shielded at least 60% for shielded cores at least 80% for twisted and shielded pairs

Core identifi cation Optimal identifi cation as a result of light insulation with numbers printed in black for power and control cables, protective-earth conductor green-yellow

Core arrangement Laid-up in a maximum of 3 layers, Length of lay 5 x D (core diameter)

Support element Central aramide support element to increase the loading capability for special designs; the kN value designates the breaking load of the support element.

Sheath System PROTOFIRM special: First sheath Newly developed special compound based on PCP, colour: yellow Anti-torsion braid Reinforced braid made of polyester threads, in a vulcanized bond between the sheaths. Resulting in a high strength of the sheath system. PROTOFIRM: Third sheath A sheath system with a unique combination of fl exibility and robustness has been achieved through the use of a new structure. Abrasion and tear-proof special rubber compound based on PCP, colour: yellow. PROTOFIRM sandwich construction (2 sheaths) for wall thickness 3mm and more. Refer also to PROTOLON (SMK)

Marking CORDAFLEX (SMK) (N)SHTÖU-J/-O (number of cores) x (cross section)

- selection table -

Festoon Spring reeler Motor driven Mono-spiral Drum reeler Reeler for

System without reeler without with multiroller force guided vertical

guides cable guide guides cable run

CORDAFLEX SMK

max = 30 N/mm2 M M M M M M

M = Main fi eld of application

DESIGNCORDAFLEX (SMK) cables consist of extra fi nely stranded tinned copper conductors with a short length of lay to provide an extremely fl exible conductor assembly with greater mechanical strength.

The cable design is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0250 pt 814 for NSHTOU-J.

CORDAFLEX (SMK)

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)

Flexible Cables CORDAFLEX, PLANOFLEX, RONDOFLEX, SPREADERFLEX, PROTOLON, Lift control cable

Rated voltage Uo/U Up to 0.6/1 kV

Maximum overall diameter Up to Above Above Aboveof the cable ormaximium 8 8 to 12 12 to 20 20thickness of the fl at cable (mm)

Fixed installation 3 x d 3 x d 4 x d 4 x d

Fully fl exible operation 3 x d 4 x d 5 x d 5 x d

For the entry, e.g. at a centre feed point 3 x d 4 x d 5 x d 5 x d

For forced guidance 5 x d 5 x d 5 x d 6 x d with reeling operation

For forced guidance 4 x d 4 x d 5 x d 5 x d with festoon operation

For forced guidand with 4 x d 4 x d 5 x d 5 x d power tracks

For forced guidance 7.5 x d 7.5 x d 7.5 x d 7.5 x d with sheaves

For forced guidance 7.5 x d 7.5 x d 7.5 x d 7.5 x d with cable tenders

Minimum distance with 20 x d 20 x d 20 x d 20 x d double or S-type directionalchanges

Minimum bending radii

CORDAFLEX (SMK)

THERMAL PARAMETERSAmbient temperature• fully fl exible operation -35oC to +60oC• fi xed installaton -50oC to +80oC

Maximum permissible operating 90oCtemperature of the conductor

Short-circuit temperature of the 250oCconductor

MECHANICAL PARAMETERS

Minimum bending radiiIf the bending radii are smaller than those permitted, a reduced service life can be expected depending on the stress conditions. The values given in the following table should be taken as a basis.

The minimum bending radii are shown as the product of the overall diameter of the cable and a factor, which is dependent on the diameter of the cable (e.g. 3x d).

The minimum permissible bending radii are valid within the specifi ed ambient temperature range (see thermal parameters subject to the provision that the permissible tensile loads are not exceeded .

In critical cases, the cable manufacturer should be consulted.

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil Given to DIN VDE 0473, part 811-2-1, para.10Weather resistance Unrestricted use outdoors and indoors, resistant to zone, UV and mositureWater compatibility Given and verifi ed in long-term tests

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)

Cross- Stretched Suspended Reeled in layerssection laying freely in air 1 layer 2 layers 3 layers 4 layersmm2 A A A A A A Factor 1 1.05 0.8 0.61 0.49 0.42 1 - - - - - - 1.5 23 24 19 12 6 2 2.5 30 32 25 15 8 3 4 - - - - - - 6 49 51 41 25 12 5 10 66 69 55 34 17 7 16 88 92 74 45 22 9 25 120 126 101 61 30 13 35 145 152 122 74 36 15 50 170 179 143 87 43 18 70 220 231 185 113 55 23 95 250 263 210 128 63 26 120 295 310 248 151 74 31 150 340 357 286 174 85 36 185 385 404 323 197 97 41 240 455 478 382 233 114 48 300 515 541 433 264 129 54

mm2

Cross- Stretched Suspended Reeled in layerssection laying freely in air 1 layer 2 layers 3 layers 4 layersmm2 A A A A A A Factor 1 1.05 0.8 0.61 0.49 0.42 1 - - - - - - 1.5 18 19 15 9 5 2 2.5 23 24 19 12 6 2 4 - - - - - - 6 38 40 32 19 10 4 10 51 54 43 26 13 5 16 67 70 56 34 17 7 25 90 95 76 46 23 9 35 110 116 92 56 28 12 50 125 131 105 64 31 13 70 160 168 134 82 40 17 95 185 194 155 95 46 20 120 210 221 176 108 53 22 150 245 257 206 126 62 26 185 270 284 227 138 68 28 240 315 331 265 161 79 33 300 355 373 298 182 89 37

CORDAFLEX (SMK)Selection and Ordering Data

mm2

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.72/1.2kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kV- AC test voltage = 4kV over 5 min

TRAVEL SPEEDAt high speeds close attention to other parameters eg bending radii, cable tension and temperature must be adhered to.

VERTICAL SUSPENSIONWhen CORDAFLEX cables are vertically suspended care must be taken to terminate the cable at the point of suspension. This can be done by either stress relief drums with 21/2 turns of cable around the drum, cable stockings correctly sized for the diameter and weight or cable clamps. Refer to page 193. CORDAFLEX (SMK) control cables for vertical reeling operations with 20 kN support element.

For CORDAFLEX steel core hangers or rope thimbles should be employed to ensure correct tensile load bearing on the steel support rope. If the cable is to pass or be guided over a roller sheave then this shall be specifi cally dimensioned for the cable and shall have a minimum bending radius of 18 x cable diameter to distribute the tensile stress and compressive forces over as wide a surface area as possible. The support element must be terminated at the reeler.

CORDAFLEX (SMK)

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load: Up to 30 N/mm2

Torsional stresses: + 50o/mMinimum bending radii: According to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3Min. distance with S-type 20 x Ddirectional changes:

CURRENT CARRYIING CAPACITYIf, after all selection criteria have been taken into account, the type of fl exible electric cable to be used for cranes and material handling equipment has been decided on, the necessary cross-section of the conductor can be determined either from the current to be transmitted or from the power. Installation conditions (stretched laying, suspended freely in the air, reeled), variations in ambient temperature, grouping, type of operation (continuous duty, intermittent periodic duty) and the use of multi-core cables are to be taken into account.

De-rating factors for varying ambient temperatures Ambient temperature oC°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHCORDAFLEX has a maximum safe reeling tensile strength of 30N/mm2. This ensures that no conductor deformation will occur in operation. Dynamic tensile stresses such as start-up, braking and centre feed pass-over should be taken into account.

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CORDAFLEX (SMK) CORDAFLEX (SMK) Selection and Ordering Data

Part No. Number of Cores Main Conductor Overall Diameter of Cable Approx. Net Maximum and Nominal Diameter Weight Permissible Cross-section Min Max for 1000 m Tensile Force mm2 mm mm mm kg N(N)SHTÖU-J Power Cables, Four-core Design5DH3 132 4 x 4 3.0 16.0 18.0 455 480

5DH3 133 4 x 6 3.6 17.4 19.4 575 720

5DH3 134 4 x 10 4.6 21.6 23.6 905 1200

5DH3 135 4 x 16 5.6 23.7 26.7 1240 1920

5DH3 136 4 x 25 7.3 28.5 31.5 1850 3000

(N)SHTÖU-J Power Cables, Five-core Design5DH3 151 5 x 4 3.0 17.4 19.4 430 600

5DH3 152 5 x 6 3.6 19.0 21.0 690 900

5DH3 153 5 x 10 4.6 23.4 25.4 1080 1500

5DH3 154 5 x 16 5.6 26.1 29.1 1500 2400

(N)SHTÖU-J Power Cables, Three-core Design with Protective-earth Conductor split into 35DH3 121 3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 8.4/3.5 28.5 31.5 2160 3150

5DH3 122 3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 10.3/4.2 34.4 37.4 2850 4500

5DH3 123 3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 12.0/5.0 39.7 42.7 3920 6300

5DH3 124 3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3 14.0/6.0 44.3 47.3 5020 8550

5DH3 125 3 x 120 + 3 x 70/3 15.8/7.2 51.0 55.0 6630 10800

5DH3 126 3 x 150 + 3 x 70/3 17.5/7.2 53.9 57.9 7690 13500

5DH3 127 3 x 185 + 3 x 95/3 19.4/8.1 58.9 62.9 9310 16650

5DH3 128 3 x 240 + 3 x 120/3 22.5/9.3 67.4 71.4 12200 21600

(N)SHTÖU-J Control Cables for Vertical Reeling Operation,with 20 kN Support Element5DH3 291 49 x 1 (20 kN) 1.3 26.6 29.6 1190 3200

5DH3 295 24 x 2.5 (20 kN) 2.0 26.2 29.2 1290 3600

5DH3 296 30 x 2.5 (20 kN) 2.0 29.4 32.4 1610 4100

5DH3 298 44 x 2.5 (20 kN) 2.0 34.1 37.1 2160 5100

5DH3 290 56 x 2.5 (20 kN) 2.0 40.1 43.1 2840 6000

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CORDAFLEX (SMK)

Part No. Number of Cores Main Conductor Overall Diameter of Cable Approx. Net Maximum and Nominal Diameter Weight Permissible Cross-section Min Max for 1000 m Tensile Force mm2 mm mm mm kg N(N)SHTÖU-J Control Cables5DH3 130 4 x 1.5 1.6 12.2 13.8 240 1805DH3 140 5 x 1.5 1.6 13.0 14.6 280 2255DH3 142 7 x 1.5 1.6 15.2 17.2 385 3155DH3 161 12 x 1.5 1.6 21.4 23.4 710 5405DH3 162 18 x 1.5 1.6 21.3 23.3 760 8105DH3 163 24 x 1.5 1.6 23.8 26.8 990 10805DH3 164 30 x 1.5 1.6 26.6 29.6 1220 13505DH3 165 36 x 1.5 1.6 26.5 29.5 1260 16205DH3 166 44 x 1.5 1.6 29.5 32.5 1530 19805DH3 167 56 x 1.5 1.6 34.9 37.9 2050 25205DH3 111 3 x 2.5 2.0 12.7 14.3 280 -5DH3 131 4 x 2.5 2.0 13.2 14.8 305 3005DH3 141 5 x 2.5 2.0 14.2 15.8 355 3755DH3 143 7 x 2.5 2.0 16.6 18.6 510 5255DH3 171 12 x 2.5 2.0 23.4 25.4 920 9005DH3 172 18 x 2.5 2.0 23.3 25.3 1005 13505DH3 173 24 x 2.5 2.0 26.2 29.2 1320 18005DH3 174 30 x 2.5 2.0 29.4 32.4 1660 22505DH3 175 36 x 2.5 2.0 29.3 32.3 1720 27005DH3 176 44 x 2.5 2.0 34.1 37.1 2230 33005DH3 177 56 x 2.5 2.0 40.1 43.1 2940 4200(N)SHTÖU-O Bus Cables5DH3 186 3 x (2 x 1)C 1.3 22.0 24.0 755 1805DH3 187 6 x (2 x 0.5)C 0.9 23.1 25.1 885 3605DH3 188 6 x (2 x 1)C 1.3 28.9 31.9 1330 3605DH3 183 12 x 1(C) 1.3 22.9 25.9 865 360(N)SHTÖU-J Combined Control Cables5DH3 184 12 x 2.5 + 12 x 1 (C) 2.0/1.3 26.2 29.2 1230 9005DH3 180 19 x 2.5 + 5 x 1 (C) 2.0/1.3 26.2 29.2 1290 15755DH3 181 25 x 2.5 + 5 x 1 (C) 2.0/1.3 29.4 32.4 1620 2025

CORDAFLEX (SMK) Selection and Ordering Data

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ELECTRICAL PARAMETERSRated voltage Uo/U = 0.6/1kVMax permissible operating voltage in AC systems Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kVMax permissible operatingvoltage in DC systems Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kVAC test voltage 2.5 kV over 5 min

THERMAL PARAMETERSAmbient temperature • Fully fl exible operation -35oC to +60oC• Fixed installation -50oC to +80oCMax permissible operating temperature of the conductor 90oCShort-circuit temperature of theconductor 200oC

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load Up to 15 N/mm2

Torsional stresses + 90o/mMinimum bending radii According to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3Minimum distance for S-typedirectional changes 20 X D

Travel speed• Gantry (reeling operation) 60 m/min• Trolley (festoon system) up to 180 m/min• For speeds above 180m/min consult the manufacturer

RONDOFLEXRONDOFLEXRubber Sheathed Festoon Cable

APPLICATIONFlexible power and control cable, for use on festoon systems machine tools, material handling equipment, associated with high mechanical stresses and frequent bending during operation, also suitable for light duty reeling applications.

DESIGNRONDOFLEX cables consist of electrolytic copper, tinned fi nely stranded conductors. The insulation is a PROTOLON MS which is a newly developed special compound based on high quality EPR which provides improved mechanical and electrical characteristics. For individually shielded cores and twisted and shielded pairs the overall braided screen consists of tinned copper wires. The transfer impedance is optimised at 30 MHz and the surface area covered is approx 60% for shielded cores and 80% for twisted and shielded pairs. The inner sheath is EPR, the outer sheath is PCP. RONDOFLEX remains fl exible at sub zero temperatures and high ambient temperatures. The construction is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS1125, AS3116, AS3191 and VDE certifi cate with VDE Reg No. 9809.

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil Given to DIN VDE 0473, Part 811-2-1, para.10Weather resistance Unrestricted use outdoors and indoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture

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RONDOFLEX

CORE ARRANGEMENTLaid-up in a maximum of 3 layers.

Length of lay 10 x D.

CORE COLOUR INDENTIFICATIONControl and power conductors are light coloured with numbers printed in black for easy indentifi cation and include a green/yellow earth conductor.

RONDOFLEX

Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Diameter of Cable Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Cores & diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Nominal for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm2 mm mm mm kg N A NGRDGÖU–O Power cables 1 x 25 5DG6 610 6.8 11.4 12.6 330 375 150Single-core design 1 x 35 5DG6 611 8.1 12.3 13.9 430 525 185 1 x 50 5DG6 612 9.6 15.0 16.6 625 750 230 1 x 70 5DG6 613 11.2 16.5 18.5 835 1050 290 1 x 95 5DG6 614 13.2 18.9 20.9 1070 1425 360 1 x 120 5DG6 615 14.9 20.8 22.8 1340 1800 420 1 x 150 5DG6 616 16.6 22.9 24.9 1650 2250 485 1 x 185 5DG6 617 18.0 24.8 27.8 2010 2775 570

NGRDGÖU–J Power cables 4 x 4 5DG6 642 3.0 13.9 15.5 350 240 38Four and fi ve-core design 4 x 6 5DG6 643 3.2 15.9 17.9 475 360 48 4 x 10 5DG6 644 4.2 18.2 20.2 680 600 66 4 x 16 5DG6 645 5.7 22.9 24.9 1070 960 88 4 x 25 5DG6 646 6.8 26.9 29.9 1600 1500 120 4 x 35 5DG6 647 8.1 30.1 33.1 2090 2100 145 4 x 50 5DG6 648 9.6 35.7 38.7 2970 3000 180 5 x 4 5DG6 652 3.0 15.7 17.7 450 300 38 5 x 6 5DG6 653 3.2 17.5 19.5 575 450 48 5 x 10 5DG6 654 4.2 20.8 22.8 865 750 66 5 x 16 5DG6 655 5.7 24.6 27.6 1300 1200 88 5 x 25 5DG6 656 6.8 29.5 32.5 1940 1875 120

NGRDGÖU–J Power cables 3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3 5DG6 631 8.1 27.7 30.7 1800 1575 145Three-core design with 3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3 5DG6 632 9.7 32.5 35.5 2540 2250 180protective-earth conductor 3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3 5DG6 633 11.2 39.1 42.1 3570 3150 230split into 3

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Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Cores & diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Nominal of cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm mm mm kg N A NGRDGÖU–J Control cables 12 x 1.5 5DG6 662 1.6 16.2 18.2 440 270 20 18 x 1.5 5DG6 663 1.6 18.7 20.7 615 405 20 24 x 1.5 5DG6 664 1.6 22.1 24.1 805 540 20 30 x 1.5 5DG6 665 1.6 23.3 25.3 930 675 20 36 x 1.5 5DG6 666 1.6 24.6 27.6 1090 810 20 12 x 2.5 5DG6 672 2.0 17.9 19.9 580 450 28 18 x 2.5 5DG6 673 2.0 21.5 23.5 865 650 28 24 x 2.5 5DG6 674 2.0 24.0 27.0 1110 900 28 30 x 2.5 5DG6 675 2.0 26.4 29.4 1330 1125 28 36 x 2.5 5DG6 676 2.0 28.4 31.4 1550 1350 28

NGRDGÖU–O Bus cables 6 x (2 x 0.5) 5DG6 693 0.9 22.1 25.1 850 180 6 x (2 x 1) C 5DG6 694 1.3 28.1 31.1 1250 180 9 x (2 x 0.5) C 5DG6 691 0.9 28.3 31.3 1340 270 9 x (2 x 1) C 5DG6 692 1.3 35.9 38.9 2010 270 12 x 1(C) 5DG6 681 1.3 18.0 20.0 590 180

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ELECTRICAL PARAMETERSRated voltage Uo/U = 0.6/1kVMax permissible operating voltage in AC systems Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kVMax permissible operatingvoltage in DC systems Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kVAC test voltage 2.5 kV over 5 min

THERMAL PARAMETERSAmbient temperature • Fully fl exible operation -35oC to +60oC• Fixed installation -50oC to +80oCMax permissible operating temperature of the conductor 90oCShort-circuit temperature of theconductor 200oC

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load Up to 15 N/mm2

Torsional stresses No applicationMinimum bending radii According to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3Travel speed• Gantry (reeling operation) 60 m/min• Trolley (festoon system) - up to 180 m/min, the travel speed is determined by a number of factors and can thus not be precisely defi ned. Infl uence factors are, eg, space requirement, cable weight, loop sag, number of the festoon systems etc. • For speeds above 180 m/min consult the manufacturer. Additional tests Bending test

RONDOFLEX (C) - FC

Shielded EMC Festoon Power Cables

APPLICATIONFor use on festoon systems, eg, on gantry cranes, hall gantry cranes, rack material handling equipment, transportation systems or machine tools, in particular for applications where there is a danger of interference to data transmission systems from power cables. The cables are used for high mechanical stresses and frequent bending, also suitable for use as a fl exible motor power supply cable.

DESIGNThe RONDOFLEX (C) - FC cable consists of electrolytic copper, thinned fi nely stranded conductors. The insulation is a PROTOLON MS which is a newly developed special compound based on high quality EPR providing improved mechanical and electrical characteristics. The overall braid screen is made of tinned copper wires with a surface coverage of greather than 80%. The inner sheath is SBR, the black outer sheath is PCP allowing it to remain fl exible at sub zero temperatures and also withstand extremely high ambients. The construction is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS1125, AS3116, AS3191 and VDE certifi cate with VDE Reg No. 9809.

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil Given to DIN VDE 0473, Part 811-2-1, para. 10Weather resistance Unrestricted use outdoors and indoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture

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CORE ARRANGEMENTThree main conductors laid-up (10 x D) with protective-earth conductor split into 3 in the outer fi ller

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONBlack, blue, brown with green/yellow earth conductor.

Selection and ordering data

Number of Part No. Shield Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum UnenclosedCores & cross-section diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible SpacedNominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm2 mm mm mm kg N A 4x4 5DG6 682 8.0 2.45 14.8 17.8 485 240 384x6 5DG6 683 10.7 2.93 17.2 20.2 700 300 484x10 5DG6 684 12.7 3.90 19.7 22.7 925 600 663x16+3x2,5 5DG6 685 13.3 5.72 22.2 25.2 1150 720 883x25+3x4 5DG6 686 15.9 6.75 25.3 28.3 1610 1125 1203x35+3x6 5DG6 687 21.4 8.05 29.3 32.3 2160 1575 1453x50+3x10 5DG6 688 24.9 9.60 35.0 38.0 3090 2250 1803x70+3x10 5DG6 690 29.8 11.50 40.9 43.9 4100 3150 2303x95+3x16 5DG6 679 - 14.00 44.2 47.2 5040 4275 2853x120+3x25 5DG6 680 - 15.80 48.7 51.7 5900 5400 330

Number of Part No. Conductor Inductance Capacitance Transfer impedanceCores & resistor Nominal (core/core) (core/shield) Cross-section at 10 kHz at 1 kHz at 1 MHz at 10 MHz at 30 MHz mm2 Ω/km iH/km iF/km mΩ/m mΩ/m mΩ/m4x4 5DG6 682 4.95 550 180 - - - 4x6 5DG6 683 3.30 530 190 - - - 4x10 5DG6 684 1.91 510 230 0.4 1.3 3.5 3x16+3x2,5 5DG6 685 1.21 480 225 0.2 0.6 1.5 3x25+3x4 5DG6 686 0.78 450 275 - - - 3x35+3x6 5DG6 687 0.55 430 325 - - - 3x50+3x10 5DG6 688 0.39 410 400 0.1 0.2 0.7 3x70+3x10 5DG6 690 0.27 390 475 - - - 3x95+3x16 5DG6 679 0.21 250 360 - - -3X120+3X16 5DG6 680 0.16 220 370 - - -

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ELECTRICAL PARAMETERSRated voltage Uo/U = 0.6/1kVMax permissible operating voltage in AC systems Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kVMax permissible operatingvoltage in DC systems Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kVAC test voltage 3.5 kV over 5 min

THERMAL PARAMETERSAmbient temperature

• Fully fl exible operation -35oC to +80oC• Fixed installation -50oC to +80oCMax permissible operating temperature of the conductor 90oCShort-circuit temperature of theconductor 200oC

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load Up to 15 N/mm2

Torsional stresses No applicationMinimum bending radii According to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3Travel speed

• Trolley As a guide up to 300 m/min as tested on factory test rig • Other As per all other recommended chain application speeds

TRAVEL SPEEDTrolley As a guide up to 300 m/min as tested on factory test rig.Other As per all other recommended chain application speeds.

RONDOFLEX-CHAIN

Highly Flexible Chain Cable

APPLICATIONAll chain systems (e.g. container cranes, stacking cranes, indoor cranes, material-handling equipment). Specifi cally designed for outdoor energy chain applications with long travel distances at high travel speeds. Key benefi ts are reliability, abrasion resistance and a long lifetime.

DESIGNThe power and control conductors in RONDOFLEX (CHAIN) cables consist of Class 5 fi nely stranded electrolytic copper. The earth conductors consist of very fi nely stranded electrolytic copper exceeding Class 5. The insulation compound is Protolon MS (refer also DIN VDE 0207) which is a high grade insulation compound based on EPR (at least. 3GI3) with improved mechanical and electrical performance; alternative for control cables: ETFE. The inner sheath is a black special compound based on EPR GM1b. The overall shield consists of a tinned copper wire braided screen with greater than 80% coverage. The outer sheath is a high grade compound based on EVA with excellent abrasion and aging characteristics. Core identifi cation is a light coloured compound with black number prints, yellow-green earth.

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil According to DIN VDE 0473, Part 811-2-1 Para. 10

Weather resistance Unrestricted use indoors and outdoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture.

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CORE COLOUR INDENTIFICATION Control and power conductors are light coloured with numbers printed in black for easy indentifi cation and include a green/yellow earth conductor.

Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Unenclosed Cores & diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Touching Nominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N A A (N) GRDGÖU 1x16 5DG4 011 5.7 7.7 9.7 210 240 110 86Power cable 1x25 5DG4 012 7.1 10.6 12.6 325 375 150 115single core 1x35 5DG4 013 8.3 12.1 14.1 445 525 185 145design 1x50 5DG4 014 9.8 13.9 15.9 605 750 230 175 1x70 5DG4 015 11.6 15.9 17.9 830 1050 290 225 1x95 5DG4 016 13.8 19.1 21.1 1120 1425 360 280 1x120 5DG4 017 14.9 20.8 22.8 1390 1800 420 325 1x150 5DG4 018 17.2 23.0 26.0 1740 2250 485 375 1x185 5DG4 019 18.0 25.8 28.8 2130 2775 570 435 1x240 5DG4 020 22.5 29.9 32.9 2830 3600 680 520

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Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Unenclosed Cores & diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Touching Nominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N A A (N)GRDGCGÖU 1x16C 5DG4 211 5.7 10.1 12.1 320 240 110 86Power cable, 1x25C 5DG4 212 7.1 12.8 14.8 450 375 150 115single core 1x35C 5DG4 213 8.3 13.9 15.9 555 525 185 145design, 1x50C 5DG4 214 9.8 15.7 17.7 745 750 230 175screened 1x70C 5DG4 215 11.6 18.7 20.7 1090 1050 290 225 1x95C 5DG4 216 13.8 20.8 22.8 1330 1425 360 280 1x120C 5DG4 217 14.9 22.8 24.8 1580 1800 420 325 1x150C 5DG4 218 17.2 25.6 28.6 2000 2250 485 375 1x185C 5DG4 219 18.0 27.8 30.8 2330 2775 570 435 1x240C 5DG4 220 22.5 31.9 34.9 3130 3600 680 520

(N)GRDGÖU-J 4x4 5DG4 111 2.9 12.7 14.7 325 240 38 35Power cable, 4x6 5DG4 112 3.6 14.2 16.2 435 360 48 453/4 - core 4x10 5DG4 113 4.6 16.6 18.6 650 600 66 62design 4x16 5DG4 114 5.9 20.0 22.0 960 960 88 83 4x25 5DG4 115 7.2 25.9 28.9 1580 1500 120 110 3x50+3x25/3 5DG4 117 10.0 31.5 34.5 2510 2250 180 170

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Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Unenclosed Cores & diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Touching Nominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N A A (N)GRDGCGÖU-J 4x2,5C 5DG4 240 1.9 11.3 13.3 390 150 28 26Power cable, 4x4C 5DG4 241 2.9 15.7 17.7 505 240 38 353/4 - core design 4x6C 5DG4 242 3.6 17.0 19.0 650 360 48 45overall 4x10C 5DG4 243 4.6 19.7 21.7 930 600 66 62screened 3x16+3x2,5C 5DG4 254 5.9 20.4 22.4 1070 720 88 83 3x25+3x4C 5DG4 255 7.2 25.8 28.8 1810 1125 120 110 3x35+3x6C 5DG4 256 8.1 28.6 31.6 2220 1575 145 135 3x50+3x10C 5DG4 257 10.0 35.0 38.0 3090 2250 180 170

(N)GRDGÖU-J 7x4 5DG4 171 2.9 16.7 18.7 535 420 38 35Power cable, 5x6 5DG4 122 3.6 15.8 17.8 535 450 48 455 & 7 - core 5x10 5DG4 123 4.6 19.7 21.7 850 750 66 62design 5x16 5DG4 124 5.9 22.8 24.8 1220 1200 88 83

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Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Unenclosed Unenclosed Cores & diameter Diameter Net Weight Permissible Spaced Touching Nominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N A A (N)GRDGÖU-J 12x1.5C 5DG4 252 1.5 14.7 16.7 440 270 20 19control cable, 5x2.5C 5DG4 260 1.9 12.7 14.7 435 188 28 26overall screened

(N)GRDGÖU-J 12x1.5 5DG4 152 1.5 11.7 13.7 305 270 20 19control cable 24x1.5 5DG4 154 1.5 17.1 19.1 705 540 20 19 7x2.5 5DG4 141 1.9 11.3 13.3 290 263 28 26 12x2.5 5DG4 190 1.9 13.6 15.6 485 450 28 26 18x2.5 5DG4 191 1.9 16.9 18.9 760 675 28 26 24x2.5 5DG4 192 1.9 22.5 24.5 1010 900 28 26

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Number of Part No. Conductor Overall Approx. Maximum Cores & Diameter Diameter Net Weight permissible Nominal of Cable for 1000 m tensile Cross-section force Min Max mm mm mm kg/km N

Fibre optic cable 6xG62,5/125µ 5DG4 290 - 14 16 260 500 12xG62,5/125µ 5DG4 291 - 14 16 260 500

(N)GRDGÖU-J 1x(2x0.5)C 5DG4 --- 0.9 8 10 135 15Bus cable 4x(2x0.5)C 5DG4 280 0.9 19 21 625 60 (4x2x0.5)C 5DG4 --- 0.9 19.2 21.2 605 60 6x(2x0.5)C 5DG4 --- 0.9 20.2 22.2 730 90 6x(2x1)C 5DG4 --- 1.3 26.3 29.3 1120 180

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OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -55°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -35°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe recommended minimum bending radii is dependent on the cable thickness and should be observed to ensure operating reliability. cables up to 8mm thick = 3 x cable thickness cables up to 12mm thick = 4 x cable thickness cables above 12mm thick = 5 x cable thickness

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on a continuous operating ambient temperature

of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2.

This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: (multicore control) Uo/U = 380/660V (power) Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- AC test voltage = 2kV* The cable is designated 300/500V in accordance with VDE/IEC and meets or exceeds the Australian Standard AS 3116 for the stated voltage ratings.

PLANOFLEXFlat Festoon Crane Cables

APPLICATION• Festoon gantry cranes• Wharf & port facilities• Mine sites & cold stores• Container Cranes• Timber & refuse cranes• Rubber tyred gantries • Trippers• Steelworks & ladle cranes

DESIGNPLANOFLEX cables consist of extra fi nely stranded copper conductors with a short length of lay to provide a high degree of fl exibility.

PROTOLON elastomer R-EP-90 insulation provides improved current carrying capacities and the cable is sheathed overall with HD-PCP-90 Polychloroprene which is oil resistant and fl ame retardant, remaining fl exible at sub-zero temperatures, and withstands high ambient. The construction is in accordance with the Australian Standards AS 1125, AS 3116, AS 3191 and DIN VDE 0250 pt 809. PLANOFLEX is UL approved, Certifi cate File No. E113313.

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PLANOFLEX4 Core - blue, brown, black and green/yellow7 Core - black cores sequentially numbered, including a green/yellow earth core

NOTESThe 7 core design permits two three phase supplies to be incorporated within a single cable, each circuit sharing the full size earth. For the system design the length of cable required for a festoon is approximately +10% on the total trolley length.For large or fast moving systems the stronger power cables should have a shorter loop depth than the lighter control cables. These types of festoons must always be fi tted with tow ropes to limit whiplash and conductor stress on acceleration and braking.

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Selection and ordering data Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare dimension Weight Spaced Conductor Strand Conductor Thickness x Width Size Diameter Max Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A PLANOFLEX 4 x 1.5 5DG5 711 85 x 0.16 1.7 5.2 x 14.5 6.2 x 17.0 155 20 Control Cable 7 x 1.5 5DG5 714 5.2 x 24.5 6.2 x 27.0 265 20 8 x 1.5 5DG5 715 5.2 x 27.5 6.2 x 30.5 295 20 10 x 1.5 5DG5 717 1.7 5.8 x 35.0 7.0 x 39.0 405 20 12 x 1.5 5DG5 718 5.8 x 41.0 7.0 x 45.0 480 20 24 x 1.5 5DG5 720 11.5 x 50.5 13.5 x 55.5 1010 20 4 x 2.5 5DG5 721 140 x 0.16 2.5 6.6 x 19.0 7.8 x 21.5 255 28 7 x 2.5 5DG5 724 6.6 x 32.0 7.8 x 35.5 440 28 8 x 2.5 5DG5 725 6.6 x 35.5 7.8 x 39.5 495 28 12 x 2.5 5DG5 728 2.5 7.2 x 53.5 8.4 x 58.5 790 28 24 x 2.5 5DG5 730 15.0 x 65.5 17.0 x 72.0 1690 28 PLANOFLEX 4 x 4 5DG5 731 290 x 0.16 2.8 8.0 x 23.0 9.4 x 26.0 380 38 Power Cable 4 x 6 5DG5 741 190 x 0.21 3.5 8.8 x 25.5 10.0 x 28.5 490 48 4 x 10 5DG5 765 320 x 0.21 4.5 10.0 x 31.5 12.0 x 35.0 750 66 4 x 16 5DG5 766 475 x 0.20 5.7 12.0 x 37.0 14.0 x 41.0 1080 88 4 x 25 5DG5 767 741 x 0.20 7.1 13.5 x 44.5 16.0 x 49.0 1590 120 4 x 35 5DG5 768 269 x 0.39 8.3 16.0 x 51.5 18.0 x 56.5 2110 145 4 x 50 5DG5 770 385 x 0.39 9.8 18.5 x 60.0 21.0 x 65.5 2950 180 4 x 70 5DG5 771 546 x 0.39 11.4 21.0 x 68.5 23.5 x 75.5 4020 230 4 x 95 5DG5 772 725 x 0.39 13.8 23.5 x 78.0 26.5 x 85.5 5210 285

PLANOFLEXSCREENED CONTROL/DATA CORESIndividually screened and twisted screened pair constructions have been developed to enable interference free data/PLC transmission. Screens consist of tinned copper wire braid with 95% coverage with an extruded polymer skin to bond the screen to the insulation and enable greater internal screen protection. Attenuation data for these screened cores at various transmission rates is listed in tables 6.8 and 6.9 on Page 172/173. Integrated fi bre optics are also available.

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONControl cables (up to - black cores sequentially numbered,incl. 2.5mm2) including a green/yellow earth

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Selection and Ordering Data

Number of Part No. Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Cores x Strands x Max. Bare dimension Weight Spaced Conductor Strand Conductor Thickness x Width Size Diameter

Max Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A PLANOFLEX 7 x 4 5DG5 734 290 x 0.16 3.2 8.0 x 38.0 9.4 x 42.0 655 38 7 Core Cable 7 x 6 5DG5 744 190 x 0.21 3.9 8.8 x 42.5 10.0 x 47.0 840 48 7 x 10 5DG5 865 320 x 0.21 5.2 10.5 x 53.5 12.5 x 59.0 1350 66 7 x 16 5DG5 866 510 x 0.21 6.3 12.5 x 65.5 14.5 x 69.6 1940 88 7 x 25 5DG5 867 780 x 0.21 8.0 15.0 x 77.0 17.0 x 84.0 2870 120 7 x 35 5DG5 868 280 x 0.41 9.2 16.5 x 87.5 18.5 x 96.0 3770 145

Individually 4 x 1 (c) 5DG5 673 54 x 0.15 1.25 5.2 x 15.5 6.2 x 18.0 150 16Screened Data 4 x (2x1) (c) 5DG5 890 54 x 0.15 1.25 10.5 x 33.1 12.0 x 35.1 665 16Cores and Pairs 12 x 1 (c) 5DG5 670 54 x 0.15 1.25 6.6 x 48.2 7.1 x 51.5 655 16 4 x 1.5 (c) 5DG5 880 85 x 0.16 1.7 6.9 x 18.5 7.4 x 19.5 250 20 8 x 1.5 (c) 5DG5 884 85 x 0.16 1.7 6.9 x 35.0 7.4 x 38.0 510 20 12 x 1.5 (c) 5DG5 888 85 x 0.16 1.7 7.5 x 52.0 8.0 x 56.0 820 20 6 x (2x2.5) (c) 5DG5 898 140 x 0.16 2.5 14.8 x 61.5 15.6 x 65.0 1800 28

(c) indicates individually screened cores or twisted screened pairs

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OPTOFLEX (M)

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil - Given to DIN VDE 0473, Part 811-2-1, Para.10, EN 60811-2-1, IEC 60811-2-1

Weather resistance - Unrestricted use indoors and outdoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture.

ATTENUATION DATA Fibre Transmission 50/125 62,5/125 E9/125data Mono modeAttenuation at 850 nm 2.8 dB/km 3.3 dB/km -Attenuationat 1310 nm 0.8dB/km 0.9 dB/km 0.4 dB/kmAttenuation at 1550 nm - - 0.3 dB kmBandwidth at 850 nm >=400 MHz >=400 MHz -Bandwidth at 1300 nm >1200 MHz >600 MHz -Numericalaperture 0.200 +/- 0.200 0.275 +/- 0.02 0.14 +/- 0,02Dispersion value at 1300 nm - - <3.5 ps/nm kmDispersion value1550 nm - - <18 at ps/nm km

THERMAL PARAMETERS Ambient temperature • Fully fl exible operation -30oC to +60oC• Fixed installation -40oC to +80oC

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load Max. 2000 NTorsional stresses Max. 100°/mMinimum bending radius 50mm

OPTOFLEX (M)

Flexible Rubber Sheathed Fibre Optic Cable

APPLICATIONFor optical signal and data transmission in open-pit mining applications, for use on material handling equipment and for fi xed installation alongside conveyor belts (including mobile conveyor belts).

DESIGNThe fi bres are enclosed in buffering tube fi lled with an EFTE natural coloured compound type: 7YI1. The fi bres and buffering tube are colour coded for identifi cation of the fi bre type. Core arrangement of the six buffering tubes is one layer, specially laid-up around a GFK supporting element (GFK = Glass fi bre reinforced plastic). The core arrangement is covered by a special braid consisting of Kevlar threads in a longitudinal lay to increase tensile-strength covering approx. 80% of the surface. The orange outer sheath consists of a 5GM5 PCP compound.

FIBRE-OPTICS The fi bre elements are available in the following constructions -50/125 Micron – Graded index fi bre62.5/125 Micron – Graded index fi breE9/125 Micron – Mono mode fi breThe inner core diameter of the fi bres: 50µm, 62.5µm or 9µm,Diameter over cladding: 125µm. Diameter over coating: 250µm.

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Selection and ordering data

Number of Part No. Maximum Bending Fibre Fibre Fibre Numerical Band Approx. MaximumFibres & overall radius attenuation attenuation attenuation aperature width at Net Weight permissibleFibre Type diameter for fi xed on at on at at 1300nm for tensile installation 850nm 1300nm 1550nm 1000m force mm mm mm dBb/km dB/km dB/km MHz kg N

Multi Mode6x1 G50/125 5DG8 028 10 50 2,8 0,8 - 0,2 +/- 0,02 >1200 100 20006x2 G50/125 5DG8 030 10 50 2,8 0,8 - 0,2 +/- 0,02 >1200 100 20006x3 G50/125 5DG8 027 10 50 2,8 0,8 - 0,2 +/- 0,02 >1200 100 2000

6x1 G62,5/125 5DG8 021 10 50 3,3 0,9 - 0,275 +/- 0,02 >600 100 20006x2 G62,5/125 5DG8 022 10 50 3,3 0,9 - 0,275 +/- 0,02 >600 100 20006x3 G62,5/125 5DG8 024 10 50 3,3 0,9 - 0,275 +/- 0,02 >600 100 2000

Mono Mode6x1 E9/125 5DG8 031 10 50 - 0,4 0,3 - - 100 20006x2 E9/125 5DG8 032 10 50 - 0,4 0,3 - - 100 20006x3 E9/125 5DG8 033 10 50 - 0,4 0,3 - - 100 20006x4 E9/125 5DG8 034 10 50 - 0,4 0,3 - - 100 2000

APPROVALS/ STANDARDS Based on DIN VDE 0888, MSHA-SC 189-1, FDDI, (refer also to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3). Additional mechanical tests - Tensile load test, transverse pressure test, reversed bending test, roller bending test, torsional stress test, water compatibility according to HD 22.16

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ATTENUATION DATA Fibre Transmission 50/125 62,5/125 E9/125data Mono modeAttenuation at 850 nm 2.8 dB/km 3.3 dB/km -Attenuationat 1310 nm 0.8dB/km 0.9 dB/km 0.4 dB/kmAttenuation at 1550 nm - - 0.3 dB kmBandwidth at 850 nm >=400 MHz >=400 MHz -Bandwidth at 1300 nm >1200 MHz >600 MHz -Numericalaperture 0.200 +/- 0.200 0.275 +/- 0.02 0.14 +/- 0,02Dispersion value at 1300 nm - - <3.5 ps/nm kmDispersion value1550 nm - - <3.5 ps/nm km

THERMAL PARAMETERS Ambient temperature• Fully fl exible operation -20oC to +80oC

• Fixed installation -40oC to +80oC

MECHANICAL PARAMETERSTensile load Max. 500 NTorsional stresses Max. 50°/mMinimum bending radius 125 mmfi xed installation and festoon system.On reels and cable tenders. 250 mmMinimum distance with S-type 20 x Ddirectional changes(D=cable diameter)

OPTOFLEX (F.O)

Fibre Optic Reeling and Festoon Cable

APPLICATIONFlexible fi bre optic cable for signal and data transmission on cranes and material handling equipment; suitable for cable handling systems, such as reels, festoon systems, cable tenders, etc. High data rates at a large bandwidth have absolute immunity to electromagnetic interference.

DESIGNThe fi bres are enclosed in a buffering tube fi lled with an EFTE natural coloured compound type: 7YI1. For identifi cation the fi bres and buffering tube are colour coded for identifi cation of the fi bre type The six buffering tubes are specially laid-up in one layer around a GFK supporting element (GFK = Glass fi bre reinforced plastic). The core arrangement is covered by a special braid consisting of polyester threads covering approx. 80% of the surface. The black outer sheath consists of a 5GM5 PCP compound with a wall thickness of 2.6 mm.

FIBRE-OPTICS - The fi bre elements are available in the following constructions -50/125 Micron – Graded index fi bre62.5/125 Micron – Graded index fi breE9/125 Micron – Mono mode fi breThe inner core diameter of the fi bres: 50µm, 62.5µm or 9µm,Diameter over cladding: 125µm. Diameter over coating: 250µm.

CHEMICAL PARAMETERSResistance to oil - Given to DIN VDE 0473, Part 811-2-1 Para.10

Weather resistance - Unrestricted use indoors and outdoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture.

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APPROVALS/ STANDARDS Based on FDDI, ISO/IEC 9314 Part 3, DIN VDE 0888, MSHA-SC 189-1

Additional tests - Bending and reversed bending test.

Selection and ordering data

Number of Part No. Minimum Maximum Approx. MaximumFibres & overall overall Net permissibleFibre Type diameter diameter weight tensile for 1000m force mm mm kg N

Multi Mode6G50/125 micron 5DG8 004 14.9 16.9 280 5006G62.5/125 micron 5DG8 002 14.9 16.9 280 500

12G50/125 micron - 14.9 16.9 280 50012G62.5/125 micron - 14.9 16.9 280 500

18G50/125 micron 5DG8 014 14.9 16.9 280 50018G62.5/125 micron 5DG8 012 14.9 16.9 280 500

Mono Mode6E9/125 micron 5DG8 023 14.9 16.9 280 50012E9/125 micron - 14.9 16.9 280 50018E9/125 micron 5DG8 010 14.9 16.9 280 500

TRAVEL SPEED Gantry (reeling operation) Up to 120 m/min (no random wound reel, cylindrical reel)

Trolley (festoon systems) Up to 240 m/min (festoon, cable tender)

Hoist No application.

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OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -55°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 75°C - Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 150°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exibleoperation -20°C

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40oC. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATINGThe cable is designated 300/500V in accordance with VDE/IEC.- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 300/500V- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 318/550V DC operation Uo/U = 413/825V- AC test voltage = 2kV

OPERATING SPEEDSSPREADERFLEX is suitable for hoist speeds up to 120 m/per minute.

SUSPENSION LENGTHThe KEVLAR braided reinforcement messenger is rated to provide a safety factor of fi ve when the cable is suspended vertically for50 metres.

Note: Installation instructions are available on request

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONAll control cores are black, sequentially numbered and include a green/yellow earth core.

SPREADERFLEXSPREADERFLEXContainer Crane Spreader Cables

APPLICATION• Container Crane Spreaders

• Timber cranes

• Mobile booms

DESIGNThis advanced cable design is used for vertical free-fall operation in outdoor marine environments that require cable self coiling and uncoiling in a collector basket. This design allows for a heavy construction which greatly improves the coiling performance while giving a small cable diameter, reducing the wind effect on the cable.

Extra fi nely stranded copper conductors are insulated with PROTODUR cold resistant PVC. Conductors are grouped in bundles around lead beaded weight element cords. The bundles are textile taped and laid up around the central supporting element that consists of multiple lead beaded cords with a KEVLAR reinforcing braid. Additional lead beaded weight element cords and textile fi llers complete the conductor assembly. A black polyurethane sheath which is resistant to oil, grease, abrasion, and cold temperature is extruded overall.

The cable should not be used for applications employing force guiding devices such as reelers, guide rollers or sheaves.

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SPREADERFLEXSelection and ordering data No. of Cores x Part No. Approx. No. of Strands Diameter of Bare Cable Overall Cable Unenclosed Conductor Size x Max. Strand Diameter Conductor Diameter Weight Spaced

Max mm2 mm mm mm kg/km A SPREADERFLEX 48 x 1.0 5DE5 797 55 x 0.16 1.5 33.8 2250 16 30 x 2.5 5DE5 798 76 x 0.21 2.6 33.5 2360 28 36 x 2.5 5DE5 788 76 x 0.21 2.6 37.8 2800 28 42 x 2.5 5DE5 790 76 x 0.21 2.6 41.2 3530 28

SPREADERFLEX

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CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40oC. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following factors.

°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

SUSPENSION LENGTHThe suspension element is able to support the cables weight for the maximum distance stated in the table with a safety factor of fi ve.Termination of the central support rope should be via steel core hangers or rope thimbles or alternatively with cable stocking supports.When used on pendant controls the support should be terminated within the pushbutton enclosure.NOTE: For installation instructions a detailed leafl et is available on request. “Installation of Lift Control Cables”

VOLTAGE RATINGS- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 300/500V- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 318/550V DC operation Uo/U = 413/825V- AC test voltage = 2kV

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONAll control cores are black sequentially numbered and include a green/yellow earth core.

PENDANTFLEXPENDANTFLEXFlexible Pendant station and Lift Control Cables with Support Element

APPLICATION• Vertical suspension up to 50 mts• Hoists• Elevators• Pendant Control Stations• Special design for 150 mtr suspension plus

DESIGNThe cables construction is in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 1979 and VDE 0250.

Conductors are fi nely stranded copper with high grade PROTODUR PVC insulation. The conductors are arranged in concentric layers around the central suspension strand and bound overall with a textile binder and low temperature resistant PVC sheath. The overall screened version employs a tinned copper braided screen for interference suppression between the inner and outer sheath and two individually screened communication cores.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -30°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 75°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 150°C- Minimum ambient temperature for optimum fully fl exible operation -5°C

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PENDANTFLEXSelection and ordering data

No. of Cores x Part No. Suspension Travelling Approx. No. of Diameter of Cable overall Cable Unenclosed conductor Size Length Speed Strands x Bare Diameter Weight Spaced Max. Strand Conductor Diameter

Max mm2 mts m/sec mm mm Min Max kg/km A PENDANTFLEX 7 x 1 5DE5 803 up to 50 up to 1.5 30 x 0.21 1.5 11.3 13.7 190 16

12 x 1 5DE5 823 15.3 18.5 340 16 18 x 1 5DE5 833 15.5 18.5 370 16 24 x 1 5DE5 843 18.5 21.5 540 16 30 x 1 5DE5 864 20.8 23.8 680 16

28 x 1 + 5DE5 715 up to 150 up to 10 30 x 0.21 1.5 23.7 28.2 780 16 2 x 0.5FM (c)Overall Screened 28 x 1 + 5DE5 720 30 x 0.21 1.5 24.9 29.4 910 16

2 x 0.5FM (c) FM (c) indicates individually screened control - telephone cores

PENDANTFLEX

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PROTOMONT

OPERATING TEMPERATURES- Minimum permissible ambient temperature -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature 90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature 250°C

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum recommended bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability.- For fi xed installation 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on a continuous operating ambient temperature of 40oC. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress on the conductors is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: Uo/U = 0.6/1kV- Maximum operating voltages in: 3 phase AC operation Uo/U = 0.7/1.2kV DC operation Uo/U = 0.9/1.8kV- AC test voltage = 3kV

PROTOMONT XHDExtra Heavy Duty Flexible Mining Cables

APPLICATION• Above ground mining of coal, iron ore and uranium• Quarries• Construction & Heavy Industry• Drills, pumps & cutters• Conveyors• 400Hz Installations

DESIGNPROTOMONT heavy duty cables combine fl exibility with toughness to provide long service life in aggressive operating conditions.

Finely stranded tinned copper conductors are rope laid to form a fl exible construction. R-EP-90 elastomer insulation offers a high insulation resistance and excellent current carrying capacity. Each power core has a concentric screen of tinned copper wires and the entire conductor assembly is bound together with a textile tape. Both the elastomer inner sheath and heavy duty PCP outer sheath protect the cable from mechanical damage. Control cores, when required, are laid up in the three interstices outside the screens. The 5DL2 design is an overall screened version.

PROTOMONT is also suitable for 400Hz installations with its symetrical design and core screens.

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5DM4

PROTOMONT

5DL4

Finely stranded tinned copper conductor

PROTOLON insulation

Textile tape and con-centric protective earth conductor

PROTFIRMouter sheath

Inner sheath

Textile tape

Finely stranded tinned copper conductor

PROTOLON insulation Textile serving

Control conductor

Textile tape

Distributed con- centric protective earth conductor

Inner sheath

PROTFIRMouter sheath

DESIGNCORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATION3 core : blue, brown & blackPilots : blue, brown & black5 core : black, blue, black, brown, black

CABLE DESCRIPTIONProtomont has a particular description to detail its construction fully.

eg., 3 x 25 + 3 x 16/3E indicates 3 power cores each 25 mm2 and 3 split earth screens (one over each power core) totaling 16 mm2.

+ 3 x 2.5 indicates 3 insulated control cores.

PROTOMONT

Conductor Reactance Impedance Inductance Capacitance Size

mm2 Ω/km Ω/km mH/km µF/km

4 0.1019 6.49 0.290 0.380 6 0.0942 4.32 0.270 0.440 10 0.0924 2.49 0.370 0.480

16 0.0870 1.58 0.250 0.570 25 0.0868 1.02 0.250 0.600 35 0.0821 0.725 0.240 0.690

50 0.0812 0.508 0.240 0.720 70 0.0786 0.363 0.230 0.840 95 0.0780 0.280 0.230 0.860

120 0.0761 0.223 0.230 0.960 150 0.0763 0.186 0.230 1.110 185 0.0757 0.158 0.230 1.190

240 0.0749 0.131 0.225 1.33 300 0.0743 0.114 0.223 1.44

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No. of Cores Part No. Approx. No. Diameter of Cable Overall Cable Current Carrying Conductor Size of Strands x Bare Diameter Weight Capacity Max. Strand Conductor free in Touching Diameter air a surface

Max Min Max mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A

PROTOMONT 3 x 4 + 3 x 4/3E 5DL4 406 56 x 0.31 3.1 17.0 19.5 490 38 35

3 Screened 3 x 6 + 3 x 6/3E 5DL4 407 84 x 0.31 3.8 18.0 21.0 610 48 45

Power Cores 3 x 10 + 3 x 10/3E 5DL4 410 80 x 0.41 5.0 21.5 24.5 880 66 62

3 x 16 +3 x 16/3E 5DL4 412 126 x 0.41 6.3 27.0 30.0 1400 88 83

3 x 25 + 3 x 16/3E 5DL4 713 196 x 0.41 8.0 30.0 33.5 1750 120 110

3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3E 5DL4 714 276 x 0.41 9.2 35.0 39.0 2350 145 135

3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3E 5DL4 715 396 x 0.41 11.0 41.0 45.5 3290 180 170

3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3E 5DL4 716 560 x 0.41 13.0 45.0 49.5 4130 230 215

3 x 95 +3 x 50/3E 5DL4 717 740 x 0.41 15.2 51.5 56.5 5490 285 265

3 x 120 + 3 x 70/3E 5DL4 718 950x 0.41 17.0 62.0 68.0 6760 330 305

PROTOMONT 3 x 6 + 3 x 6/3E + 3 x 1.5 5DM4 730 84 x 0.31 3.8 19.0 21.5 650 48 45

3 Screened Power 3 x 10 + 3 x 10/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 731 80 x 0.41 5.0 23.5 26.5 1120 66 62

Cores including 3 3 x 16 +3 x 16/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 432 126 x 0.41 6.3 25.5 29.0 1300 88 83

Control Cores 3 x 25 + 3 x 16/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 733 196 x 0.41 8.0 30.0 33.5 1800 120 110

3 x 35 + 3 x 16/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 734 273 x 0.41 9.2 35.0 39.0 2390 145 135

3 x 50 + 3 x 25/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 735 396 x 0.41 11.0 41.0 45.5 3320 180 170

3 x 70 + 3 x 35/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 736 560 x 0.41 13.0 45.0 49.5 4170 230 215

3 x 95 + 3 x 50/3E + 3 x 2.5 5DM4 737 740 x 0.41 15.2 51.5 56.5 5530 285 265

PROTOMONT

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MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum recommended bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability- For fi xed installations 4 x cable diameter- When freely fl exing 5 x cable diameter

CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40oC. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following factors.°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

TENSILE STRENGTHThe maximum allowable tensile stress is 15N/mm2. This ensures no conductor damage will occur in operation.

VOLTAGE RATING- Rated Voltage: = 250/250V- Maximum operating voltages: = 350V (Peak)- AC test voltage = 1.5kV

TRANSMISSION DATAAttenuation: 1dB/km at 800 Hz 3dB/km at 100kHzCapacitance: 65 nF/km (max) at 800 Hz

CORE COLOUR IDENTIFICATIONAll cores are black and sequentially numbered.

NOTE: Mining MSR is also available with twisted pairs and quads with a fl exible steel wire armour. PE insulated with a PVC inner and outer sheath, this design is subject to manufacture.

MINING MSRMINING MSRTwisted Pair Data Signal and Control Cables forMining Installations

APPLICATION• Along Conveyor routes• On board data cabling• Stackers & reclaimers• Freely fl exing (non reeling) conditions• PLC, data & still video transmission

DESIGNMINING MSR cables consist of fi nely stranded copper conductors laid up to provide a fl exible design. High grade Polyethylene insulation offers improved capacitance values. The cores are twisted in pairs with alternate length of lay to minimise cross talk, they exhibit excellent transmission characteristics even at high data transmission rates.

An overall copper braid screen between the inner and outer sheath provides protection against the external interferences of EMI, RFI and high voltage fi elds.

The elastomer inner and outer sheath offers high mechanical strength, is UV stabilised and moisture resistant.

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No. of Pairs x Part No. No. of Strands x Diameter of Bare Cable Overall Cable Weight Unenclosed Unenclosed Conductor Size Max. Strand Diameter conductor Diameter Spaced Touching

mm2 mm mm mm mm kg/km A A 2 x (2 x 1.0) 5DM4 995 32 x 0.21 1.5 12.5 245 16 14 5 x (2 x 1.0) 5DM4 996 32 x 0.21 1.5 17.6 440 16 14 10 x (2 x 1.0) 5DM4 997 32 x 0.21 1.5 21.2 700 16 14 20 x (2 x 1.0) 5DM4 998 32 x 0.21 1.5 27.8 1040 16 14

Other conductor sizes and core numbers are available subject to manufacture.

MINING MSR

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PROTOLON

APPLICATIONPROTOLON reeling and trailing cables are available in various types of constructions are specifi cally designed to withstand the forces of reeling and forced guidance systems on today’s mobile equipment.

A range of designs are available to suit all applications including stackers, reclaimers,shiploders,cranes, shovels,dredges, elctric drills and draglines.

DESIGNProtolon cables are suitable for voltages 0.6/1kV to 33/33kV and are in accordance with the Australian Mining Standard AS 2802.

A complete catalogue on Siemens Protolon is available detailing all constructions, their application and design.

Reeler without Reeler with roller Reeler with plane Trailing and Fixed Installation Festoon Systems

guides guides angle defl ection draglines

PROTOLON M M + - M M

PROTOLON (SM)-R + M M - - +PROTOLON (SB) - - - M + -PROTOLON (SM) + M M - - +PROTOLON FLAT - M - - - M

M + -

Main fi eld of application Suitable Not designed for this application

PROTOLONHigh Voltage Reeling and Trailing Cables

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PROTOLON (N) for stackers and reclaimers, shiploaders, tripper cars, stockpilers and festoons for medium mechanical stresses.

PROTOLON (SM) for high speed,tensile stress applications characterised by dynamic load peaks eg., braided screen high mount container cranes, hoisting equipment, mining machines.

PROTOLON (SM-R) incorporating integrated fi bre optics for high speed, high volume data transfer, voice video and digital drive control. This eliminates the need for a separate control reeler.

PROTOLON Single Core designed for voltages up to 22kV for power supply interconnections, transformer drop cable, mobile sustations, over head service line connections and H.V switchboards.

PROTOLON

PROTOLON (SB) dragline cable with extra heavy duty sheath and copper wire core screens to withstand the agressive operating conditions of open cut mining.

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PROTOLON (N) for stackers and reclaimers, shiploaders, tripper cars, stockpilers and festoons for medium mechanical stresses.

PROTOLON (SM) for high speed,tensile stress applications characterised by dynamic load peaks eg., braided screen high mount container cranes, hoisting equipment, mining machines.

PROTOLON (SM-R) incorporating integrated fi bre optics for high speed, high volume data transfer, voice video and digital drive control. This eliminates the need for a separate control reeler.

PROTOLON Single Core designed for voltages up to 22kV for power supply interconnections, transformer drop cable, mobile sustations, over head service line connections and H.V switchboards.

PROTOLON (SB) dragline cable with extra heavy duty sheath and copper wire core screens to withstand the agressive operating conditions of open cut mining.

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CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITYCurrent ratings are based on continuous operation at an ambient temperature of 40°C. At other temperatures these values must be converted using the following table.

°C 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

Factor 1.26 1.20 1.15 1.10 1.05 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.81 0.73 0.65 0.57 0.47 0.34

VOLTAGE RATINGSRated voltage 6/10kV Uo/U = 6.9/12 kVAC test voltage 17 kV

Rated voltage 12/20kV Uo/U = 13.9/24 kV

AC test voltage 29 kV

MINIMUM BENDING RADIIThe following minimum bending radii should be observed to ensure operating reliability where d = cable O.D.

- For fi xed installation 6 x cable O.D

- When freely fl exing 10 x cable O.D

SINGLE CORE 22KV FLEXSINGLE CORE 22KV FLEXFlexible high voltage cable for high mechanical stresses

APPLICATION• Power supply cubicle interconnections• Transformer dropper cable• Mobile substations• Pumps and motors• Overhead line connections• High voltage switchboards• Suitable for 6.6kV, 11kV and 22kV applications

DESIGNFinely stranded tinned copper conductors laid up with a short length of lay to provide a fl exible and robust conductor assembly. The PROTOLON R-EP-90 insulation provides high electrical characteristics and is manufactured using a triple extrusion process together with the semi-conductive EPR conductor and insulation screen. The semi-conductive screening combined with the overall braided copper wire screen controls the electric fi eld and prevents partial discharge. The overall copper wire braid screen is in accordance with AS 2802. The fl ame retardant heavy duty XHD-90-PCP sheath has a high resistance to abrasion, tearing, lubricants, chemicals and weathering. The PROTOLON sheath is coloured red for high voltage designation.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE- Minimum permissible ambient temperature fi xed -25°C- Minimum permissible ambient temperature fl exing -40°C- Maximum permissible conductor temperature -90°C- Maximum permissible short circuit temperature -250°C

Flexible high voltage cable for high mechanical stresses

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Number of Cores Part No. Diameter Min Max Net Maximum Unenclosedand Conductor of bare outer outer weight touchingCross-section conductor diameter diameter mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N1 x 25 5DK4 113 6.9 22.2 24.2 791 375 1171 x 35 5DK4 114 8.1 23.4 25.4 1050 525 1441 x 50 5DK4 115 9.7 25.4 28.4 1153 750 1801 x 70 5DK4 116 11.2 27.3 30.3 1399 1050 2221 x 95 5DK4 117 13.2 29.3 32.3 1910 1425 268

Number of Cores Part No. Diameter Min Max Net Maximum Unenclosedand Conductor of bare outer outer weight touchingCross-section conductor diameter diameter mm2 mm mm mm kg/km N1 x 25 5DK5 562 6.9 27.2 30.2 1090 375 1241 x 35 5DK5 564 8.1 28.4 31.4 1236 525 1531 x 50 5DK5 566 9.7 31.0 34.0 1680 750 1921 x 70 5DK5 568 11.2 32.5 35.5 1776 1050 2261 x 95 5DK4 571 13.2 34.5 37.5 2170 1425 284

Selection and Ordering Data - 6/10kV Flex

Selection and Ordering Data - 12/20kV Flex

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TECHNICAL TABLES AND FORMULAE

MOTOR CURRENTSThe Line Amps per phase are approxiamte and for standard AC induction motors assuming a Power Factor of 0.8 and Effi ciency of 0.9.

Table 6.1 - THREE PHASE AC MOTORS (415V AC) Power Horse Power Full Load Current kW HP kW Line Amps 0.75 1.0 0.75 1.4 1.1 1.5 1.1 2.1 1.5 2.0 1.5 2.9 2.2 3.0 2.2 4.3 3.0 4.0 3.0 5.8 4.0 5.5 4.0 7.7 5.5 7.5 5.5 11 7.5 10 7.5 14 11 15 11 21 15 20 15 29 18.5 25 18.5 36 22 30 22 43 30 40 30 58 37 50 37 71 45 60 45 87 55 75 55 87 75 100 75 145 90 120 90 174 110 150 110 213 132 180 132 255 150 200 150 290 160 220 160 309 185 250 185 357 200 270 200 386 220 300 220 425 250 340 250 483 315 430 315 609 355 480 355 686 400 545 400 773 450 610 450 870 500 680 500 966

THREE PHASE FORMULAEkW = Line Amps x Line Volts x 1.732 x P.F

1000

kVA = Line Amps x Line Volts x 1.732

1000

kW = kVA x P.F

ELECTRIC MOTORSPower Output = Power Input x Effi ciencykW Output = kW Input x Effi ciency

kW Output = 1.732 x Line Volts x Line Amps x P.F x Effi ciency

1000

kVA Input = 1.732 x Line Volts x Line Amps

1000

Line Current = 1000 x kW Output

(Input) Line Volts x 1.732 x P.F x Effi ciency Line Current = 1000 x kVA Input

(Input) Line Volts x 1.732

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TECHNICAL TABLES AND FORMULAE PermissIble Short Circuit Temperature and the Prospective Fault Level for Cables and their Insulation Based on the fi nal (permissible) short circuit temperature of a fault duration of 1 sec, the values for calculating the prospective fault are listed below.

Insulation Permissible Rated Permissible Short Conductor temperature at the beginning of the short Operating Circuit circuit in °C Temperature Temperature

180 165 150 135 120 105 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 °C °C J thr for 1 sec in A/mm2 Silicone 180 350 132 139 146 153 160 166 173 178 182 187 191 196 201

PVC 75 150 - - - - - - - - 109 117 124 131 138

EPR

UntinnedConductor 90 250 - - - - - - 143 148 154 159 165 170 176

TinnedConductor 90 200 122 128 135 141 147 153 159

EVA 125 250 - - - - 126 135 143 148 154 159 165 170 176

TinnedConductor - 200 49 65 79 91 102 112 122 128 136 141 147 153 159

SolderedJoint - 160 - - 36 58 74 87 100 107 115 122 129 136 143

Table 6.2

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Formula for calculating thefault level I thr of a cableI thr = J thr x conductor size in mm2

Example: A 4 x 25mm2 EPR/CSP fully loaded and therefore having a continuous conductor operating temperature of 90oC

I thr = 143 x 25 = 3.58 kA for 1 second

For fault durations up to 5 sec or below 1 sec the following equation is applicable (example is for 0.2 sec fault).

I thz = I(1

CABLE SUSPENSIONThe maximum free suspension height in metres for reeling cables that must be vertically suspended shall be calculated utilising the following.This formula protects the copper conductors from deformation past their elastic limit. Conductor deformation leads to cork screws and possible core breakages.

Height = C x CSA x N

W x 9.81

C = Number of Conductors in the cableCSA = Conductor Cross Section in mm2

N = Max. Tensile limit in N/mm2 of the cable i.e. Cordafl ex (SMK) Page 24 Mechanical Parameters Tensile load: up to 30N/mm2 W = Cable Weight in kg/mtr

Example: Cordafl ex (SMK) 5DH3 121 (3x35+3x16/3)

= 3 x 35 x 30 = 3150 = 148.65 mtrs

2.16 x 9.81 21.19 maximum suspension height

= I(1s) x1 sec

0.2 sec

SUPPORT FOR VERTICALLY SUSPENDED CABLES

The anchoring of cables is best achieved with a stress relief drum. The open ended construction facilitates installation and replacement while affording better stress relief and jacket protection than cable grips. At least 2 1/2 cable turns should be wound around the drum. Refer to the minimum Bending Radii data for each cable type to determine the stress relief drum diameter.

SUGGESTED STRESS RELIEF DRUM DESIGN

Connection Point

SingleClamp

Stress Relief Drum

Cable

Fixed Mounting

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CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF DIFFERENT CABLE SHEATH MATERIALS

Chemical PCP PCP CSP CPE PU EPR EVA SI PVCPU EPR

3.3kV Flex Planofl ex Ozofl ex Mining MSR Spreaderfl ex Hydrofi rm EVA125 Sinotherm Protofl ex Protolon (SM) Pendantfl ex Cordafl ex (SMK) Protomont Rondofl ex Neoprene 1 Neoprene 2 Hypalon Chlorinated Polyurethane Ethylene Ethylvinyl Silicone Polyvinyl Polyethylene Propylene Acetate Chloride Acetic acid P P F F F P F VG PBenzene F F F F P P P P FBitumous tar G G G G G-VG P P F GBleach (NaCLO2) VG VG VG VG F E P VG VGCoke oven gas VG VG VG VG VG VG G F VGDiesel oil F F VG VG VG F G P VGEthylene glycol VG VG VG VG F E F E GGasoline G G G G E F G P FHydraulic oil VG VG VG VG E P VG E VGHydrochloric acid (21%) E E E E F P F P VGHydrogen sulphide E E VG E P E G P VGKerosene G G G G VG F G P FMethanol E E E E F E P E GMethyl ethyl keton G G G G G E P P PNitric acid (10%) G G E E F E P P VGPhosphoric acid (60%) VG VG E E G E P E EPicric acid (10%) E E E E F VG F P EPotassium chloride E E E E E E E E ESodium hydroxide (25%) E E E E P E P P GSulphuric acid (50%) E E E E P E P P VGTransformer oil G VG G VG E F G P VGTrichlorethylene P P P P F-P P P P PVegetable oils & fats VG VG VG VG E VG G E VGUV resistance E E E E E E VG VG GOzone resistance VG VG VG VG E E E VG EWater resistance E E E VG F E G E GTear & notch resistance VG E G VG E F-G F P VGLow temp. fl exibility E VG VG G E E G E GAbrasion resistance VG VG-E VG G-VG E G VG P VG

Table 6.3 E = Excellent VG = Very Good G = Good F = Fair P = Poor

The results tabled are generic for each particular sheath compound and should be used as such. For a more exact evaluation, the chemical concentration, duration of attack, temperature and contactcontamination should be known.

PCP Polychloroprene (Neoprene) CSP Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene (Hypalon) CPE Chlorinated Polyethylene EPR Ethylene Propylene Rubber EVA Ethyl vinyl Acetate PVC Polyvinyl Chloride

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FORMULA 1 ACTUAL VOLTS

Vd =

where Vd = volt drop in volts L = route length of cable in metres I = current to be carried in Amps mV/Am = millivolt per ampere metre value from Tables 6.4 and 6.5.

* With this method the drop in voltage (in volts) is given and shall not exceed 5% of the supply voltage, i.e., 5% of 415V = 20.75V.

FORMULA 2

mV/A.m value Vc =

where Vc = millivolts per Ampere metre Vd = volt drop in volts L = route length of cable in metres I = current to be carried in Amps

* With this method the millivolts per ampere metre is given and the appropriate conductor size shall be selected from Tables 6.5 and 6.6. The conductor size selected shall be nearest to, but not exceed the formula result,

e.g., 415V, 3 phase installation, load demand is 55A, 100m length: OZOFLEX

Result: 3.77mV/A.m 4 x 10mm2

* To convert single-phase voltage drop (V/A.m) values to three-phase values, multiply the single-phase values by 0.866. To convert three-phase voltage drop (V/A.m) values to single-phase values, multiply the three-phase values by 1.155

1000L x I x mV/Am

1000 x VdL x I

VOLT DROPIn accordance with AS 3000 the permissible volt drop from the point of the connection is 5% of the supply voltage. The following tables and formula should be used to satisfy volt drop limitations.

Three Phase Voltage Drop - Single Core Cables in Trefoil

Conductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmSize Conductor Temperature °C

45°C 60°C 75°C 90°Cmm2 Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf

1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8

1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0

2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4

4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2

6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.81

10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05

16 2.20 2.31 2.43 2.55

25 1.40 1.47 1.54 1.62

35 1.01 1.07 1.12 1.17

50 0.757 0.795 0.834 0.872

70 0.537 0.563 0.589 0.615

95 0.402 0.420 0.439 0.457

120 0.332 0.345 0.359 0.373

150 0.284 0.295 0.305 0.316

185 0.245 0.245 0.253 0.253 0.261 0.269

240 0.211 0.208 0.216 0.214 0.221 0.220 0.227 0.226

300 0.191 0.185 0.195 0.190 0.198 0.195 0.202 0.199

400 0.175 0.166 0.178 0.169 0.181 0.173 0.183 0.176

500 0.165 0.150 0.166 0.153 0.168 0.156 0.170 0.158

630 0.155 0.138 0.156 0.140 0.157 0.142 0.159 0.144

Table 41 AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998

Conductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmConductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmSize Conductor Temperature °C Size Conductor Temperature °C

45°C 60°C 75°C 90°C 45°C 60°C 75°C 90°Cmmmm22 Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf

1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8 1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8

1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0 1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0

2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4 2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4

4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2 4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2

6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.81 6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.81

10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05 10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05

16 2.20 2.31 2.43 2.55 16 2.20 2.31 2.43 2.55

25 1.40 1.47 1.54 1.62 25 1.40 1.47 1.54 1.62

35 1.01 1.07 1.12 1.17 35 1.01 1.07 1.12 1.17

50 0.757 0.795 0.834 0.872 50 0.757 0.795 0.834 0.872

70 0.537 0.563 0.589 0.615 70 0.537 0.563 0.589 0.615

95 0.402 0.420 0.439 0.457 95 0.402 0.420 0.439 0.457

120 0.332 0.345 0.359 0.373 120 0.332 0.345 0.359 0.373

150 0.284 0.295 0.305 0.316 150 0.284 0.295 0.305 0.316

185 0.245 0.245 0.253 0.253 0.261 0.269 185 0.245 0.245 0.253 0.253 0.261 0.269

240 0.211 0.208 0.216 0.214 0.221 0.220 0.227 0.226 240 0.211 0.208 0.216 0.214 0.221 0.220 0.227 0.226

300 0.191 0.185 0.195 0.190 0.198 0.195 0.202 0.199 300 0.191 0.185 0.195 0.190 0.198 0.195 0.202 0.199

400 0.175 0.166 0.178 0.169 0.181 0.173 0.183 0.176 400 0.175 0.166 0.178 0.169 0.181 0.173 0.183 0.176

500 0.165 0.150 0.166 0.153 0.168 0.156 0.170 0.158 500 0.165 0.150 0.166 0.153 0.168 0.156 0.170 0.158

630 0.155 0.138 0.156 0.140 0.157 0.142 0.159 0.144 630 0.155 0.138 0.156 0.140 0.157 0.142 0.159 0.144

Table 41 AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998

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Three Phase Voltage Drop - Multicore Cables

Conductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmSize Conductor Temperature °C

45°C 60°C 75°C 90°Cmm2 Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf

1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8 1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0 2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4 4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2 6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.80 10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05 16 2.19 2.31 2.43 2.55 25 1.39 1.47 1.54 1.61 35 1.01 1.06 1.11 1.17 50 0.751 0.790 0.829 0.868 70 0.530 0.556 0.583 0.609 95 0.394 0.413 0.431 0.450120 0.323 0.337 0.351 0.366150 0.274 0.285 0.296 0.307185 0.234 0.242 0.251 0.259240 0.198 0.198 0.204 0.201 0.210 0.210 0.216 0.216300 0.178 0.175 0.180 0.178 0.186 0.185 0.190 0.189400 0.162 0.157 0.165 0.158 0.168 0.164 0.171 0.167500 0.152 0.143 0.154 0.139 0.156 0.148 0.158 0.151630 0.138 0.124 0.139 0.126 0.140 0.128 0.142 0.131

Table 42 AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998

NOTE: The values in the tables are taken from AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998 and based on cables operating at maximum conductor temperature. For lightly loaded cables the standard also permits determination of the appropriate Vd in such cases and therefore the tables list reduced conductor temperatures.

WIRING SYSTEMS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (Not applicable to coal mining areas)

Class I Class II

Zone 0 Zone 1 Zone 2

Intrisically safe systems inaccordance with AS 2381.7 X X X X

Cable in metallic conduit X X X X

Served MIMS X X X X

PVC, elastomer or silicone sheathed;circular unarmoured X X

PVC, elastomer or silicone sheathed;armoured X X X X

Cables in rigid and fl exible,non-metallic conduit X X

Metal sheathed, served and armoured X X X X

Flexible cords and cables inaccordance with Clause 3.16.1 - X X X XAS 2381.1 - 1991

Cables in corrugated non-metallicconduit X

Metal sheathed, served andunarmoured X

X denotes acceptable use Table 6.6

Clause 3.16.1 - AS2381.1-1991 states that the maximum length of the fl exible cable shall be 600mm in Class 1 Zone 0 and Zone 1.

This table, extracted from the hazardous location standard AS2381.1, nominates the allowable cable types for each Class andZone classifi cation.

Fibre optic cables can be used in all areas without further protection.

Conductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmConductor Three Phase Voltage Drop at 50Hz, mV/AmSize Conductor Temperature °C Size Conductor Temperature °C

45°C 60°C 75°C 90°C 45°C 60°C 75°C 90°Cmm2 Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pfmm2 Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf Max. 0.8pf

1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8 1.0 40.3 42.5 44.7 46.8 1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0 1.5 25.9 27.3 28.6 30.0 2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4 2.5 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4 4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2 4 8.77 9.24 9.71 10.2 6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.80 6 5.86 6.18 6.49 6.80 10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05 10 3.49 3.67 3.86 4.05 16 2.19 2.31 2.43 2.55 16 2.19 2.31 2.43 2.55 25 1.39 1.47 1.54 1.61 25 1.39 1.47 1.54 1.61 35 1.01 1.06 1.11 1.17 35 1.01 1.06 1.11 1.17 50 0.751 0.790 0.829 0.868 50 0.751 0.790 0.829 0.868 70 0.530 0.556 0.583 0.609 70 0.530 0.556 0.583 0.609 95 0.394 0.413 0.431 0.450 95 0.394 0.413 0.431 0.450120 0.323 0.337 0.351 0.366120 0.323 0.337 0.351 0.366150 0.274 0.285 0.296 0.307150 0.274 0.285 0.296 0.307185 0.234 0.242 0.251 0.259185 0.234 0.242 0.251 0.259240 0.198 0.198 0.204 0.201 0.210 0.210 0.216 0.216240 0.198 0.198 0.204 0.201 0.210 0.210 0.216 0.216300 0.178 0.175 0.180 0.178 0.186 0.185 0.190 0.189300 0.178 0.175 0.180 0.178 0.186 0.185 0.190 0.189400 0.162 0.157 0.165 0.158 0.168 0.164 0.171 0.167400 0.162 0.157 0.165 0.158 0.168 0.164 0.171 0.167500 0.152 0.143 0.154 0.139 0.156 0.148 0.158 0.151500 0.152 0.143 0.154 0.139 0.156 0.148 0.158 0.151630 0.138 0.124 0.139 0.126 0.140 0.128 0.142 0.131 630 0.138 0.124 0.139 0.126 0.140 0.128 0.142 0.131

Table 42 AS/NZS 3008.1.1:1998

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DE-RATING FOR PARALLEL CONNECTION The following factors should be applied to conductors connected in parallel for the various methods of installation.

Table taken from AS 3008.1.

Arrangement of Cables De-rating Factors

No. of Circuits/Cables in parallel

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 or more

1. Bunched in air 1.00 0.87 0.75 0.72 0.70 0.67 - - - - - - - - -

2. Bunched on a surface or enclosed in conduit or 1.00 0.80 0.70 0.65 0.60 0.57 0.54 0.52 0.50 0.48 0.45 0.43 0.41 0.39 0.38 ducting

3. Single Touching 1.00 0.85 0.79 0.75 0.73 0.72 0.72 0.71 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 layer on wall or fl oor 4. Spaced* 1.00 0.94 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.90

5. Single Touching 0.95 0.81 0.72 0.68 0.64 0.63 0.62 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.61 layer under ceiling 6. Spaced* 0.95 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85

Table 6.7

NOTE: De-rating is necessary for the purpose of thermal dissipation. If suffi cient clearance from adjacent conductors/cables is allowed for then no de-rating is necessary. To avoid de-rating a minimum clearance of 2 x cable O.D for horizontal, and 4 x cable O.D for vertical installation in air are given in AS 3008.1

* Spaced in the above table indicates a clearance of 1 x cableO.D between adjacent cables.

* Where cables concerned are not the same size, the spacing will be based on the largest cable diameter in the adjacent groups.

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ATTENUATION DATA FOR CORDAFLEX AND PLANOFLEX SCREENED CORES

Attenuation Data for Individually Individually Screened Conductors Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Ω/1000ft Ω/km 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 1200 0.52 1.7 110 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 2400 0.70 2.3 90 60.9 199.9 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 19200 1.52 5.0 40 60.5 198.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 38400 1.83 6.0 38 60.4 198.0 0.08 0.251 15.8 52 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 115200 2.44 8.0 35 60.2 197.4 0.07 0.238 19.2 63 153600 2.59 8.5 35 60.1 197.2 0.07 0.235 20.4 67

Table 6.8

Attenuation Data for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Ω/1000ft Ω/km 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 1200 0.24 0.80 150 30.5 100.2 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 2400 0.30 1.0 130 30.2 99.2 0.20 0.67 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 19200 0.61 2.0 85 29.8 97.6 0.19 0.61 11.0 36 38400 0.85 2.8 80 29.6 97.2 0.17 0.56 14.6 48 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 115200 1.68 5.5 70 29.4 96.4 0.14 0.47 23.8 78 153600 1.74 5.7 70 29.3 95.9 0.14 0.46 26.8 88 Table 6.9

Attenuation Data Attenuation Data Attenuation Data for Individually Individually Screened Conductors for Individually Individually Screened Conductors for Individually Individually Screened Conductors for Individually Individually Screened Conductors for Individually Individually Screened Conductors for Individually Individually Screened Conductors Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km ΩΩ/1000ft /1000ft ΩΩ/km /km 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 300 0.26 0.85 200 61.0 200.2 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 600 0.37 1.2 150 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 1200 0.52 1.7 110 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 1200 0.52 1.7 110 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 1200 0.52 1.7 110 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 1200 0.52 1.7 110 61.0 200.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 2400 0.70 2.3 90 60.9 199.9 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 2400 0.70 2.3 90 60.9 199.9 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 2400 0.70 2.3 90 60.9 199.9 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 2400 0.70 2.3 90 60.9 199.9 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 4800 0.98 3.2 60 60.8 199.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 9600 1.28 4.2 50 60.7 199.0 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 19200 1.52 5.0 40 60.5 198.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 19200 1.52 5.0 40 60.5 198.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 19200 1.52 5.0 40 60.5 198.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 19200 1.52 5.0 40 60.5 198.6 0.08 0.256 15.2 50 38400 1.83 6.0 38 60.4 198.0 0.08 0.251 15.8 52 38400 1.83 6.0 38 60.4 198.0 0.08 0.251 15.8 52 38400 1.83 6.0 38 60.4 198.0 0.08 0.251 15.8 52 38400 1.83 6.0 38 60.4 198.0 0.08 0.251 15.8 52 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 48000 1.92 6.3 35 60.3 197.9 0.08 0.249 16.5 54 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 57600 1.38 6.5 35 60.3 197.8 0.08 0.248 16.8 55 115200 2.44 8.0 35 60.2 197.4 0.07 0.238 19.2 63 115200 2.44 8.0 35 60.2 197.4 0.07 0.238 19.2 63 115200 2.44 8.0 35 60.2 197.4 0.07 0.238 19.2 63 115200 2.44 8.0 35 60.2 197.4 0.07 0.238 19.2 63 153600 2.59 8.5 35 60.1 197.2 0.07 0.235 20.4 67 153600 2.59 8.5 35 60.1 197.2 0.07 0.235 20.4 67 153600 2.59 8.5 35 60.1 197.2 0.07 0.235 20.4 67 153600 2.59 8.5 35 60.1 197.2 0.07 0.235 20.4 67

Table 6.8

Attenuation Data Attenuation Data Attenuation Data for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs for Twisted Twisted Screened Pairs Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Screened Pair Frequency Line Attenuation Impedance Capacitance Inductance Resistance Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km Conductors Hz dB/1000ft dB/km Z pF/ft nF/km mH/1000ft mH/km ΩΩ/1000ft /1000ft ΩΩ/km /km 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 300 0.13 0.42 250 31.3 102.6 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 600 0.18 0.60 200 30.9 101.4 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 1200 0.24 0.80 150 30.5 100.2 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 1200 0.24 0.80 150 30.5 100.2 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 1200 0.24 0.80 150 30.5 100.2 0.21 0.69 7.9 26 2400 0.30 1.0 130 30.2 99.2 0.20 0.67 7.9 26 2400 0.30 1.0 130 30.2 99.2 0.20 0.67 7.9 26 2400 0.30 1.0 130 30.2 99.2 0.20 0.67 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 4800 0.40 1.3 100 30.1 98.6 0.20 0.66 7.9 26 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 9600 0.46 1.5 90 29.9 98.1 0.20 0.65 9.1 30 19200 0.61 2.0 85 29.8 97.6 0.19 0.61 11.0 36 19200 0.61 2.0 85 29.8 97.6 0.19 0.61 11.0 36 19200 0.61 2.0 85 29.8 97.6 0.19 0.61 11.0 36 38400 0.85 2.8 80 29.6 97.2 0.17 0.56 14.6 48 38400 0.85 2.8 80 29.6 97.2 0.17 0.56 14.6 48 38400 0.85 2.8 80 29.6 97.2 0.17 0.56 14.6 48 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 48000 1.01 3.3 78 29.6 97.0 0.16 0.54 15.8 52 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 57600 1.07 3.5 75 29.5 96.9 0.16 0.52 17.1 56 115200 1.68 5.5 70 29.4 96.4 0.14 0.47 23.8 78 115200 1.68 5.5 70 29.4 96.4 0.14 0.47 23.8 78 115200 1.68 5.5 70 29.4 96.4 0.14 0.47 23.8 78 153600 1.74 5.7 70 29.3 95.9 0.14 0.46 26.8 88 153600 1.74 5.7 70 29.3 95.9 0.14 0.46 26.8 88 153600 1.74 5.7 70 29.3 95.9 0.14 0.46 26.8 88 Table 6.9

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Conductor Single Core Conductor Multicore

Size Conductor Temperature °C Size Conductor Temperature °C

AC resistance at 50 Hz, Ω/km AC resistance at 50 Hz, Ω/km

mm2 60°C 75°C 90°C mm2 60°C 75°C 90°C 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 1.0 22.1 23.7 24.9 1.0 22.6 23.7 24.9 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 6 1.40 1.44 1.54 16 1.44 1.47 1.54 25 0.822 0.889 0.932 25 0.846 0.889 0.932 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 50 0.466 0.489 0.513 50 0.466 0.490 0.513 70 0.309 0.324 0.340 70 0.309 0.325 0.340 95 0.242 0.254 0.266 95 0.242 0.254 0.266120 0.188 0.197 0.206 120 0.188 0.198 0.207150 0.147 0.155 0.162 150 0.148 0.155 0.163185 0.122 0.128 0.134 185 0.123 0.131 0.135240 0.0955 0.100 0.105 240 0.0965 0.101 0.106300 0.0764 0.0800 0.0836 300 0.0776 0.0811 0.0847400 0.0583 0.0609 0.0634 400 0.0598 0.0623 0.0648500 0.0496 0.0518 0.0538 500 0.0514 0.0534 0.0554

Table 6.10

AC RESISTANCE OF FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS WITH COPPER CONDUCTORS

Table 6.10 lists measured values that conform to AS 3008.1 for rope laid fl exible cables. For cables with an alternate core length of lay (e.g., CORDAFLEX) the values will alter slightly.

Conductor Single Core Conductor MulticoreConductor Single Core Conductor Multicore

Size Conductor Temperature °C Size Conductor Temperature °CSize Conductor Temperature °C Size Conductor Temperature °C

AC resistance at 50 Hz, AC resistance at 50 Hz, ΩΩ/km AC resistance at 50 Hz, /km AC resistance at 50 Hz, ΩΩ/km/km

mmmm22 60°C 75°C 90°C mm 60°C 75°C 90°C mm2 2 60°C 75°C 90°C 60°C 75°C 90°C 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.5 45.1 47.4 49.7 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 0.75 30.1 31.6 33.2 1.0 22.1 23.7 24.9 1.0 22.6 23.7 24.9 1.0 22.1 23.7 24.9 1.0 22.6 23.7 24.9 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 1.5 15.4 16.2 17.0 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 2.5 9.23 9.70 10.2 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 4 5.73 6.02 6.31 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 6 3.82 4.01 4.21 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 10 2.29 2.41 2.52 6 1.40 1.44 1.54 16 1.44 1.47 1.54 6 1.40 1.44 1.54 16 1.44 1.47 1.54 25 0.822 0.889 0.932 25 0.846 0.889 0.932 25 0.822 0.889 0.932 25 0.846 0.889 0.932 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 35 0.621 0.652 0.684 50 0.466 0.489 0.513 50 0.466 0.490 0.513 50 0.466 0.489 0.513 50 0.466 0.490 0.513 70 0.309 0.324 0.340 70 0.309 0.325 0.340 70 0.309 0.324 0.340 70 0.309 0.325 0.340 95 0.242 0.254 0.266 95 0.242 0.254 0.266 95 0.242 0.254 0.266 95 0.242 0.254 0.266120 0.188 0.197 0.206 120 0.188 0.198 0.207120 0.188 0.197 0.206 120 0.188 0.198 0.207150 0.147 0.155 0.162 150 0.148 0.155 0.163150 0.147 0.155 0.162 150 0.148 0.155 0.163185 0.122 0.128 0.134 185 0.123 0.131 0.135185 0.122 0.128 0.134 185 0.123 0.131 0.135240 0.0955 0.100 0.105 240 0.0965 0.101 0.106240 0.0955 0.100 0.105 240 0.0965 0.101 0.106300 0.0764 0.0800 0.0836 300 0.0776 0.0811 0.0847300 0.0764 0.0800 0.0836 300 0.0776 0.0811 0.0847400 0.0583 0.0609 0.0634 400 0.0598 0.0623 0.0648400 0.0583 0.0609 0.0634 400 0.0598 0.0623 0.0648500 0.0496 0.0518 0.0538500 0.0496 0.0518 0.0538 500 0.0514 0.0534 0.0554 500 0.0514 0.0534 0.0554

Table 6.10

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AVAILABILITYGenerally the cables listed within this catalogue are available as either stock items in Australia or available on indent from Germany.

Some of the designs listed in our programme, may be subject to manufacture or factory scheduling and availability.

Any items of a non stock nature may be subject to a minimum manufacturing quantity. These are marked *in the tables.

STANDARDS AND APPROVALSSiemens cable products are manufactured and tested to VDE Specifi cations established by the Association of German Electrical Engineers. The specifi cations are restricted to each particular cable design and also consider the application of the cables.

Siemens wire and cable products are used throughout the world. Consequently, many have been tested, approved, or manufactured to the standards of the following organisations:

Standards Association of Australia SAAUnderwriters Laboratories ULCanadian Standards Association CSANational Electrical Manufacturers Association NEMAAmerican Bureau of Shipping ABSLloyds Register of Shipping LRSAssocation of German Electrical Engineers VDEGerman Lloyds GLEuropean Committee on Electrotechnical Standardisation CENELECInternational Electrotechnical Commission IECMine Safety & Health Administration MSHA

PROTOLON, SPREADERFLEX, PROTOMONT, CORDAFLEX, HYDROFIRM, OZOFLEX, SINOTHERM, PROTOFLEX, PENDANTFLEX, RONDOFLEX are Registered Trademarks of Prysmian Kabel Systems Gmbh.

Cable Type Page

CORDAFLEX (SMK) 112

EMC & BLUEGLOBE CABLE GLANDS 104 -108

EVA 125 FLEX 80

HYDROFIRM (T) 52

HYDROFIRM (T) SCREENED 60

MINING MSR 176

OPTOFLEX 154

OZOFLEX 34

OZOFLEX (PLUS) 42

OZOFLEX (PLUS) SCREENED (FC+) 48

PENDANTFLEX 166

PLANOFLEX 148

PROTOFLEX Ö500 86

PROTOFLEX Ö500 SCREENED 96

PROTOFLEX-EMV-FC 100

PROTOLON 180

PROTOMONT XHD 170

PROTOMONT HD 64

PROTOMONT SCREENED 70

RONDOFLEX 126

SINGLE CORE 3.3kV 30

SINOTHERM 74

SPREADERFLEX 162

Cable Description Cross Reference

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Notes

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