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What Get More of 0.6/1KV Traction Cable

A cable car or cable railway is a mass transit system using rail cars that are hauled by a continuously moving cable running at a constant speed. Individual cars stop and start by releasing and gripping this cable as required. Cable cars are distinct from funiculars, where the cars are permanently attached to the cable, and cable railways, which are similar to funiculars, but where the rail vehicles are attached and detached manually.

The cable is itself powered by a stationary motor or engine situated in a cable house or power house. The speed at which it moves is relatively constant, although affected by the current load.

The cable car begins moving when a clamping device, called a grip, is connected to the moving cable, and applies pressure. Conversely the car is stopped by releasing pressure on the cable (with or without completely detaching) and applying the brakes. This gripping and ungripping action may be manual, as was the case in all early cable car systems, or automatic, as is the case in some recent cable operated people mover type systems. Gripping must be an even and gradual process in order to avoid bringing the car to cable speed too quickly and unacceptably jarring the passengers.


BS 6853 -1a

DIN 5510-2 1-4

NFF 16-101 F0


Conductor: Class 5 stranded tinned copper conductor, according to IEC 60228 / VDE 0295.

Insulation: electron beam cross - linking LSZH material.

Shield: copper shield.

Sheath: electron beam cross - linked LSZH material.

20 ℃ when the electrical characteristics:

Nominal conductor cross - sectional area

MM² 0.5 0.75 1 1.5 2.5 4.0 6.0 10 16

Maximum conductor resistance Ω / KM

40.1 26.7 20.0 13.7 8.21 5.09 3.39 1.95 1.24

Voltage KV 0.6 / 1

Nominal conductor cross-sectional area MM²

25 35 50 70 95 120 150 185

Maximum conductor resistance Ω / KM

0.795 0.565 0.393 0.277 0.21 0.164 0.132 0.108

Mechanical and thermal properties:

Minimum bending radius: 4xOD (fixed installation); 6xOD (mobile installation)

Temperature range: -40 ℃ ~ +120 ℃ (fixed installation); -35 ℃ ~ +90 ℃ (mobile installation)

Short circuit temperature: + 280 ℃.

Single-core/multi-core power and control cable, suitable for internal and external protection of railway vehicles, fixed installation, for DC or AC technology, especially in the converter technology in fixed or moving parts of the connection.