1/0 MV-105, 15kV, EPR/PVC Power Cable w/ Copper Tape Shield

1/0 MV-105, 15kV, EPR/PVC Power Cable w/ Copper Tape Shield

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Specifications*:

Size: 1/0
Number of Strands: 19
Insulation Thickness: 0.220 inches
Jacket Thickness: 0.080 inches
Outside Diameter: 1.130 inches
Weight: 0.870 lbs per ft
Amps per Conductor: 195 amps

*Data provided on this page is subject to change based on different manufacturers variances.

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Product Description

MV-105 EPR/PVC Power Cable w/ Copper Tape Shield, 15kV – 133% Insulation. 

Cut to length – sold by the foot. Enter the desired footage in the QTY box.
Minimum 100′ to maximum 1000′. Please call for longer put ups.

Applications:
For use in power circuits up to 15 kV when installed in open air, conduit, duct, or direct buried, for wet and dry locations. Used for power applications in chemical plants, refineries, steel mills, industrial plants, utility substations and generating stations

Jacket:
Black Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Jacket, sunlight resistant

Standards:
Listed Type MV-105 per UL 1072 and meets the requirements of ICEA S-93-639. Sizes 1/0 and larger marked “for CT use” and pass UL 1685 70,000 Btu/hr flame test

Conductors:

Class B stranded, annealed, bare copper per ASTM B-3, (compact stranding per ASTM B-496 is available). Strand shield is an extruded semiconducting, thermosetting compound

Insulation:

Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR), physical and electrical properties are in accordance with ICEA S-93-639 (NEMA WC74)

Insulation Shield:
Extruded semi-conducting thermoset insulation shield. Metallic shield is a helically applied 5 mil uncoated copper tape

Ampacity: 

Based on three single conductor cables in isolated conduit in air per 2008 NEC Table 310.73 with a conductor temperature of 90°C and an ambient temperature of 40°C

Temperature: 
105°C

Voltage: 
15 kV

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