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Gloster 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

877 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 0.5 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

8 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 0.75 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

11 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 1 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

14 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 1.5 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

20 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 2.5 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

33 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 4 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

51 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Gloster 6 sq mm 1 Core Flexible Copper Cable Triple Layer FRLSH PVC Insulated

77 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated Overall PVC Sheathed 1100 Volts

613,320 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 150 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

655 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 240 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

1,030 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 400 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

1,610 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 630 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

2,970 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 25 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

175 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 35 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

206 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 50 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

270 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 70 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

367 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 95 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

443 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 120 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

554 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 185 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

818 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 300 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

1,260 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 500 sq mm 3.5 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

2,180 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 2.5 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

61 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 4 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

67 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 6 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

78 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 10 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

93 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 16 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

107 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 25 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

120 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 35 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

138 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 50 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

172 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 70 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

229 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 95 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

296 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 120 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

352 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 150 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

425 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 185 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

530 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

Polycab 240 sq mm 2 Core Armoured Aluminium LT Cable PVC/XLPE Insulated

689 inc. GST/ 1 Metre

What are wires and cables and what are they used for?
Wires and Cables: two words which we hear very often in the field of electricals and communication. Though the

two sound very similar, in reality, the words hold significant difference. The later section of the article will cover all the major differences

between the two along with a brief description.

Wire cable are made up of different materials such as copper, bronze, silver, gold.

Even with the same material, resistance can vary based on the diameter of the wire

Insulation: In electronics, wires are insulated with various layers. By covering the wire, electrical shocks while touching

the wire and shorting of other wires can be prevented thereby extending the life of these wires. There are different materials that are used

in insulation such as Silicon, Teflon, rubber, PVC, etc. There are other factors that are calculated during insulation as well such as

suitable temperature ranges, chemicals, resistance

to wires, mechanical flexibility, and cost.
Before getting into the differences, let us first know what wires and cables are:
Wire: It is a medium that carries electricity from one location to another. Not only does it conduct electricity but it

also bears mechanical loads and transmits telecommunication signals.

In order to measure a wire cable, the diameter is used followed by the gauge number. The larger the gauge number,

the thinner will be the wire and vice versa. The gauge number which is considered to be perfect for use in residential areas is 10 and 20. Also, we must keep in mind

that thick wires can damage our household appliances by burning the fuse since they tend to carry more current.

Cable: It contains wire carrying current along with neutral wire and ground wire. Therefore, a cable

is described by the total number of wires which is built-up of as well as their gauge value. The basic use of a cable is in the transmission

of power, telecommunication signals and to carry electricity.

Let us now have a look at the basic differences between the two:

Wires
Cables

A wire is only a single conductor.
A cable is not a single conductor but it contains a group of conductors.

Wires can be found either in bare state or twisted usually. Though, wires are also coated with a thin layer of

PVC.
Cables are either twisted or bonded to form a single case. Safety measures are taken accordingly.

 What are the types of wires and cables?
 
Types of Electrical Wires:

Solid Wire
Standard Wire

Solid Wire

Standard Wire

The solid wire has a single

conductor only which can

be insulated or bare but a

the colored sheath is usually present

for its protection. This category

of wires is best for usage in high

frequencies since it offers low

resistance.
This category of wires contains many thin

wire strands within itself which are twisted.

These are generally used in places where

there is a need for higher flexibility.

In comparison to solid wires, standard wires

have a larger cross-sectional area.

Types of Electrical Cables:

Twisted Pair Cable
Multi-Conductor Cable
Coaxial Cable
Fiber Optic Cable

The table below gives a brief description of all the categories.

Twisted Pair Cable

Multi-Conductor Cable

•This category of wires includes two cables which are twisted together.

•The purpose of this twisting is that it can avoid the noise and disturbance produced by magnetic coupling and hence it is used for

carrying signals.
•This category of cables has two or more than two conductors.

•These conductors are insulated so as to safeguard and protect the integrity of the signal. Both the categories of electrical cables

i.e. twisted pair cable and multi-conductor cable are known as balanced line configuration cables.

Coaxial Cable

Fiber Optic Cable

•Coaxial cable includes an inner conductor that is further surrounded by a corresponding parallel outer foil which is also equally

protected by various insulating layers.

•In this category of cable, the two conductors are separated from each other through an insulating dielectric.

•The basic use of this cable is in TV cable since it has better performance in terms of stability as compared to twisted pair

cable.
•This category of cable transmits signals through various coupled glass threads.

•Moreover, in comparison to other categories, fiber optic cable has greater bandwidth which simply shows that they can carry more

data and information.

•Because of this reason, fiber optic cables are used in place of other wires.

What are the advantages of using Wire and Cables?
Advantages of Wire

In the case of higher frequencies, solid wire is preferred since it offers low resistance and

low cost.
Standard wire comparatively shows higher resistance towards metals.

Advantages of Cable

Cables are very well insulated, have high strength
Cables are properly protected from any danger.

Certain points which must be kept in mind while handling both wires and cables:

 

Torn wires and damaged wires must be replaced at the earliest.
One must make sure that all the wires and cables are well equipped safety-wise

and are polarized.
Cables and Wires must be kept far away from children.
Do not keep wires and cables at places where there can be a probability of a

hazard.

The selection of incorrect electric cable wire and

cables can lead to fire hazards and also degrade the performance of an entire system. It is very important therefore that selection is made very

wisely and keeping in mind all the points related to the safety of your home. We provide the best quality which ensures no compromise with your

satisfaction and safety.

Stay Safe!