Voltage drop describes how the supplied energy of a voltage source is reduced as electric current moves through the passive elements (elements that do not supply voltage) of an electrical circuit. Voltage drops across internal resistances of the source, across conductors, across contacts, and across connectors are undesired; supplied energy is lost (dissipated).
The voltage drop of any insulated cable is dependent upon the cable length (in meters), the required current rating (in amperes), and the relevant total impedance per unit length ...
Electric Vehicle Charging Cables - Hybird Resources
Electric Vehicle Charging Cable is a recently emerged low voltage electrical equipment cable and wires. Its technical requirements are different from traditional cable and wires. Nowadays, Electric Vehicle Technology has become the focus of technology for the auto industry to deal with environmental pollution and relieve energy crises. Each country and major car manufacturer in the world have invested heavily in the research and development of electric vehicles.
While electric vehicle technology becoming more and more mature and ...
Harmonised Cable Core Colours
The requirements of BS 7671 were harmonized with the technical intent of CENELEC Standard HD 384.5.514: Identification, including 514.3: Identification of conductors, now withdrawn.
Amendment No 2: 2004 (AMD 14905) to BS 7671:2001 implemented the following:
The harmonized cable core colours and the alphanumeric marking of the following standards:
HD 308 S2:2001 Identification of cores in cables and flexible cords
BS EN 60445:2000 Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification of equipment terminals and of terminations
BS EN 60446:2000 ...
What is welding cable?
Welding Cable, so-called welding lead, is intended for supplying power to an electrode in an electrical arc welding application. It is a specially designed metal rod, that conducts a charge. The charge carried by the electrode is required to make an electric arc, that heat sources, between the electrode and the metals or other welding materials, being welded. welding cable usually is the electrical cable to carrying welding current.
Welding cables are specially designed cable for use in secondary ...
What is the armored electrical cable?
Armored electrical cable refers to a cable with a metal armored protective layer. The purpose of the armored layer is not only to increase the mechanical protection and elongation service life such as tensile strength and compressive strength but also to improve the cable's anti-interference performance through shielding protection.
Types of armored electrical cable
The armored electrical cable usually has some armored layer beneath the outer jacket to protect the integrity and electrical performance of the cable structure ...