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Code No. number of cores x conductor cross-section Construction Cross Section of Circuit protective Conductor Insulation thickness sheath  thickness Nominal Overal Dimention Cable weight Packing*
  N x mm²   mm² nom. Nom. nom. Nom.  
    mm mm mm kg/km  
T21 2x1.0 RE 1 0.6 0.9 4.35x7.95 70 CUT
T215 2x1.5 RE 1 0.7 0.9 4.85x8.9 90 CUT
T225 2x2.5 RE 1.5 0.8 1 5.66x10.65 125 CUT
T240 2x4.0 RM 1.5 0.8 1 6.2x11.95 175 CUT
T260 2x6.0 RM 2.5 0.8 1.1 7.1x13.7 240 CUT
T210 2x10 RM 4 1 1.2 8.8x17.3 375 CUT
T216 2x16 RM 6 1 1.3 9.85x2.1 532 CUT
T310 3x1.0 RE 1 0.6 0.9 4.32x9.9 96 CUT
T315 3x1.5 RE 1 0.7 0.9 4.85x12.2 118 CUT
Temperature during installationi: -5 °C up to +70 °C
fixed installed Temperature : -30 °C up to +70 °C
Temperature at short circuit of max. 5 s: up to 150 °C
Nominal voltage: Uο/U = 300/500 V
Test Voltage: 2000 V
Minimal inner bending radius: 6D
Behaviour in fire: IEC 60332-1

 

 

Class 1 Solid Conductors for Single Core and
Multi-Core Cables
 
MAXIMUM RESISTANCE OF CONDUCTOR AT 20ºC
NOMINAL CROSS SECTIONAL AREA   Plain Wires 
mm² ohms/km
1 18.1
1.5 12.1
2.2 7.4
 Conductor: bare copper conductor class 1 or 2  acc. to IEC 60228 / HD 383 / DIN VDE 0295
1mm² to 2.5mm²: Class 1 solid conductor
4mm² to 16mm²: Class 2 stranded conductor
 Circuit Protection Conductor (Earth) Circuit Protection Conductor (Earth)
1mm² to 2.5mm²: Class 1 solid copper conductor
4mm² to 16mm²: Class 2 stranded copper conductor
 Insulation: PVC compound PVC/D acc. to IEC 60227 
 Core Color Identification Brown-Blue
 Sheath: PVC compound ST5 acc. to IEC 60227
 sheath colour: Grey , White

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) insulated and PVC oversheathed cables - up to 300/500V - for electric power and lighting manufactured in accordance with British Standard BS6004
This standard includes the national type Low Voltage cables which were not included in the Harmonised series of cables to BS EN 50525.
British Standard BS6004 specifies the requirements for Low Voltage (LV) flexible Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) insulated and PVC oversheathed cables commonly used in final circuits in building, including electric power supply and lighting applications with a voltage range of up to and including 300V/500V.