SVT Cord is suitable for applications requiring 10A 300V or less. Commonly used with household appliances and electronic equipment such as food preparing machines, lamps, clocks, fans, blowers, personal computers, monitors and printers. Stranded Copper Conductors. 300 Volts; 60 or 105°C. PVC Jacket. SV0 Cord is commonly used with household appliances and electronic equipment such as food preparing machines, lamps, clocks, fans, blowers, personal computers, monitors and printers. Stranded Copper Conductors. 300 Volts; 90°C.
SVO and SVT Multi Conductor PVC Jacket 300V Portable Cord Cable
This is a type of Portable Cord cable which is meant to serve power at voltages not exceeding 300 volts. The cable is designed with three conductors which are separately insulated with a polyvinyl chloride. Separate insulation prevents any contacts that may arise among the conductors. It has a high temperature tolerance with an operational temperature rating at 1050C. SVO and SVT Portable Cable has the PVC jacketing for maximum protection.
Type SVT Cord Cable measures 18 AWG and ten feet long. Its copper conductors are stranded and annealed for optimum performance. Annealing enhances flexibility aspect of this cable as it makes them more soft and malleable. Copper is well known for its good electrical properties like creep resistivity, high tensile strength and good thermal conductivity; these affirms why type SVT Portable cable offers resilient performance.
• Standards and Certifications
SVO and SVT 300V Portable Cable is tested and approved to be genuine after meeting all the following International Laboratory requirements:
• ASTM B174
• ASTM B3 and B8
• OSHA Acceptance
• MSHA Approval
• National Electrical Code (NEC) listed articles
• Insulation and Jacketing
The separate PVC insulation creates a permanent boundary among the three conductors, which prevents them from getting into any contacts that would cause power surges. This improves the electrical conductivity of type SVT Cord Cable. Polyvinyl Chloride is also non-conducting and will keep the user safe from electrocution when handling the cable. PVC is tough enough to withstand creeping and any other deformations hence increasing the durability of the cable. It is jacketed for additional chemical and mechanical protection.
This cable is desirable for electronic equipment and household appliances. It is designed for both wet and dry installations for:
a) Food preparing machines
b) Clock interconnections
d) Personal computers