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Telecommunication Cable

Aerial-PE   Aerial-PE

  • Solid, annealed, bare copper conductors of 0.4, 0.5, 0.64, 0.9mm
Rip Cord:
  • A ripcord is laid within the moisture barrier.
  • Polyethylene (PE)
  • Cables are sheathed with black polyethylene jacket.
Cable Formation:
  • Two insulated conductors designated as a-wire and b-wire, are twisted together to form a pair. Every 5 pairs or 10 pairs, are formed as a sub-unit, 4 or 2 sub-units form a 20 pairs unit. Units and sub-units are separated by different color tapes.
  • The cable structure is completed by the application of a suitable core wrapping material, a shield and a parallel integral support messenger, which with the core, are covered by an overall polyethylene jacket.
  • For outdoor, overhead installations.


Core Wrapping:
  • The interstices of the cable core are fully filled with special, premium quality water resistant compound to block water ingress. Each core is wrapped with a non-hygroscopic tape.

Electrical characteristics at 20°C:
Conductor Size mm mm mm mm
0.4 0.5 0.64 0.9
Maximum Conductor Resistance (ohms/Km) 144.4 90.2 57.1 28.5
Resistance Unbalance (%) Ave. 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5
Ind. Max. 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0
Dielectric Strength Conductor to Conductor D.C.2.4KV/3 Sec. D.C.3.0KV/3 Sec. D.C.3.6KV/3 Sec. D.C.4.5KV/3 Sec.
Conductor to Ground D.C.10KV/3 Sec.
Average Mutual Capacitance (at 1KHz) 52±4 nF/Km for less than 12 pairs cable
52±2 nF/Km for 12 pairs and larger cable
Capacitance Unbalance Pair-Pair Individual Maximum 181 pF/Km for less than 12 pairs cable
Maximum RMS Value 45.3 pF/Km for 12 pairs and larger cable
Capacitance Unbalance Pair to Shield Individual Maximum 2625 pF/Km for all cable
Maximum Average 574 pF/Km for 12 pairs and larger cable
Insulation Resistance Min. 16,000 MΩ/Km
Attenuation Nom. (dB/Km) 772KHz 24.6 18.4 14.4 10.5
1000KHz 28.1 21.0 16.4 11.9


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