Triaxiale Hochspannungskabel

Various triaxial cable types for voltages up to 300kVDC. Many cable types are furnished with semiconductive layers. These cables feature low partial discharge levels making them an excellent choice for sensitive measurement applications or specific AC or pulsed operation.
Silicone, PE-X and EPR dielectrics are standard - miscellaneous dielectrics on request.

Type Overview

RATED
VOLTAGE
TYPE
 
DESCRIPTION
 
CONDUCTORS DIELECTRIC
MATERIAL
JACKET
MATERIAL
OUTER
DIA
STA-
TUS
[kVDC] [kVAC] # [AWG] [mm] *1
5 HSC‑5‑1X2SUA‑2 5kV between shields 1 21 PE-X TPE-U 5.0 P
20 HSC‑20‑1X2SUA‑2 low noise 1 20 PE-X TPE-U 6.1 P
22.5 2122 pulse cable,
5kV between shields
1 4 EPR PVC 41.9 E
30 HSC‑30‑1S2SSB‑0 shielded core 1 18 SILICONE SILICONE 11.0 E
30 HSC‑30‑1S2STA‑2 two shields:
35mm², 11mm²
1 SILICONE TPE-O 25.0 E
(50) 15 HSC‑15‑1S2SUA‑0 low PD, very robust 1 16 SILICONE TPE-U 14.3 P
60 HXC‑60‑3S1SUA‑0 e-beam 3 SILICONE TPE-U 25.4 Y
75 25 2241 quadraxial 1 14 EPR PU 25.4 S
100 30 2212TVJ double shielded X‑Ray 3 10 EPR PVC 24.1 S
125 40 2243TTJ triax 2243 1 8 EPR TPR 23.0 S
300 2358 25kV between shields 1 4 EPR PVC 46.7 S
300 HSC‑300‑1E2SVA‑0 double shield 1 4 EPR PVC 41.7 S
300 HSC‑300‑1E2SVG‑0 50kV between shields 1 4 EPR PVC 49.3 S
320 HXC‑320‑3EUB‑0 e-beam 3 EPR PUR 38.2 E
*1 - The preferred cable types have status P. Please refer to the Cable Terminology page for complete list of status designators.

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