Havells Aluminium Conductor PVC/XLPE Insulated Unarmoured Overall PVC Sheathed 1100 Volts LT Cable Description
Features and Details:
- Aluminium Conductor | PVC / XLPE Insulated | Unarmoured | Overall PVC Sheathed 1100 Volts Grade Power Cables Conforming to IS : 1554/ 7098 (Part – 1) 1988 with Latest Amendments.
- Each Unit Quantity = 1 Metre of Cable.
WHY BUY UNARMOURED CABLES?
With the fast development of optical communication, the demand for fibre optic cables is increasing. The (“BRAND NAME”) cables ensure to provide smooth and reliable operation when transmitting data or any signal. There are two types of cables, Armoured, and Unarmoured cables. Armoured cable is installed in places where it is exposed to mechanical damage. Armoured cable has an extra layer of protection that keeps it from being damaged. It has a small metal ribbon to ensure the electrical continuity of the safe ground. Whereas, Unarmoured cables are mainly used for control systems.
An unarmoured cable is a set of wires that are twisted together side by side as an individual assembly. It does not have any extra layer of protection like in an armoured cable. The ultimate difference between an armoured cable and an unarmoured cable is that the armoured cable comes with an extra layer of outer protection and unarmoured cable has no such outer protection. Unarmoured cables are less expensive to produce mainly because the material it is made of is usually Kevlar which is a synthetic fiber of high tensile strength.
(“BRAND NAME”) Unarmoured cables consist of all parts like insulation, metallic sheath, and serving. But during harsh situations, an unarmoured cable is not favourable. In these situations, armoured cables are used. Unarmoured cables are used widely in industrial sectors. It is installed inside walls and at different protected locations. The (“BRAND NAME”) unarmoured cable has 16 number of wires with a diameter of 0.2 and the unit size can differ. The number of cores in an unarmoured wire also differs but it is usually 2 or 4. The conductor type is copper.
The most usage of unarmoured cables is done in telephone cables. Since it is having buried installation or underground installation. Hence, we can conclude that unarmoured cables are used in well-protected control systems. Armored cables are more used because of its strength and ability to manage harsh situations. Since unarmoured cables do not have extra outer protection it is installed in walls where it is well protected and there are fewer chances of any damage. Unarmoured cables should be used in places where there are fewer chances of damage or electrical faults happening. Unarmoured cables are used for less intensive electrical loads. So, make sure to get (“BRAND NAME”) cables which provide with top quality unarmoured cables for industrial and residential purposes.