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More information www.chainflex.com Lifetime calculation, configuration and more information www.chainflex.com 797 796 Information color code Information | Load-carrying capacity of cables Data and schedules Data and schedules DIN 47100 color code (however, deviating from DIN: without color repetition after 44th core)* 1 white 17 white-grey 33 green-red 49 white-green-black 2 brown 18 grey-brown 34 yellow-red 50 brown-green-black 3 green 19 white-pink 35 green-black 51 white-yellow-black 4 yellow 20 pink-brown 36 yellow-black 52 yellow-brown-black 5 grey 21 white-blue 37 grey-blue 53 white-grey-black 6 pink 22 brown-blue 38 pink-blue 54 grey-brown-black 7 blue 23 white-red 39 grey-red 55 white-pink-black 8 red 24 brown-red 40 pink-red 56 pink-brown-black 9 black 25 white-black 41 grey-black 57 white-blue-black 10 violet 26 brown-black 42 pink-black 58 brown-blue-black 11 grey-pink 27 grey-green 43 blue-black 59 white-red-black 12 red-blue 28 yellow-grey 44 red-black 60 brown-red-black 13 white-green 29 pink-green 45 white-brown-black 61 black-white 14 brown-green 30 yellow-pink 46 yellow-green-black 15 white-yellow 31 green-blue 47 grey-pink-black 16 yellow-brown 32 yellow-blue 48 red-blue-black *Eception: 4-core cables are braided in the color sequence white, green, brown, yellow. The first color indicates the basic color of the core insulation, and the second color indicates the color of the printed-on ring. In the case of three colors, the second and third colors are printed on the basic color. Copper wire dimensions according to AWG numbers AWG/MCM No. Diameter [mm] Cross section [mm²] AWG/MCM No. Diameter [mm] Cross section [mm²] 500 17.96 253.00 18 1.024 0.823 350 15.03 177.00 20 0.813 0.519 250 12.70 127.00 22 0.643 0.324 4/0 11.88 107.20 24 0.511 0.205 3/0 10.40 85.00 26 0.405 0.128 2/0 9.27 67.50 28 0.320 0.0804 1/0 8.25 53.50 30 0.255 0.0507 1 7.35 42.40 32 0.203 0.0324 2 6.54 33.60 34 0.160 0.0200 4 5.19 21.20 36 0.127 0.0127 6 4.12 13.30 38 0.102 0.00811 8 3.26 8.37 40 0.079 0.00487 10 2.59 5.26 42 0.064 0.00317 12 2.05 3.31 44 0.051 0.00203 14 1.63 2.08 16 1.29 1.31 The values from the tables on the side of this page have been taken from the standard DIN VDE 0298, Part 4. These values have been simplified and only apply approximately. For each user, it is advisable to obtain and comply with the regulations that apply to each individual case of application (e.g. measures for protection in case of indirect contact in accordance with DIN VDE 0100 Part 410, overcurrent protective devices in accordance with DIN VDE 0100 Part 430 or voltage drop in accordance with DIN VDE 0100 Part 520). It is not possible to provide all the regulations or overviews in this catalog. Due to the harmonisation that has been carried out, it is possible that different load-carrying values may be permissible for the same cable in some cases. For the selection of the relevant cross sections, the load capacity in undisturbed operation is the determining factor, i.e. the use with permissible operating temperature or permissible maximum temperature on the conductor. The load-bearing capacity according to table 1 on this page applies to operating-current-carrying conductors. Normally, these are 2 loaded conductors in the case of 2-core and 3-core cables, as well as 3 loaded conductors in the case of 4-core and 5-core cables. Please take this into account when planning for the use of multi-core cables in electrical installation conduits or Energy Chains ® . This information is based on an ambient temperature of 30°C and a non-loaded cable. Please apply the conversion factors according to table 2 in case the air temperature is increased due to the heat loss of the cables (please take thermal radiation into account as well, e.g. effects of exposure to the sun). The possible cable installation types in Energy Chains ® result in such a broad range of loading profiles that no generalised conversion factors can be mentioned for this large accumulation of cables. The installation type and the conversion factors must be looked up in table 3 according to each individual application. Loaded Conductors Conversion Factor 5 0.75 7 0.65 10 0.55 14 0.50 19 0.45 24 0.40 40 0.35 61 0.30 Table 2: Conversion factors in case of varying ambient tem- peratures Table 1: Cables for fixed installation in energy-conducting chains and tubes Table 3: Conversion factors for multi-core cables with cable cross sections up to 10 mm 2 Nominal cross section of copper cable [mm²] AWG Load-carrying capacity [A] PVC insulation TPE insulation 0.14 26 2.5 2.5 0.25 24 4 5 0.34 22 5 7 0.50 20 8 10 0.75 18 12 14 1 17 15 17 1.50 16 18 21 2.50 14 26 30 4 12 34 41 6 10 44 53 10 8 61 74 16 6 82 99 25 4 108 131 35 2 135 162 50 1 168 202 70 2/0 207 250 95 3/0 250 301 120 4/0 292 352 150 300 335 404 185 350 382 461 Insulation material PVC TPE Chainflex ® type CF5, CF6, CF2, CF880, CF881, CF890, CF891 CF130 US CF140US CF130.UL, CF140.UL, CF77. UL.D, CF78.UL, CF9, CF10, CF9. UL, CF10.UL, CF98, CF99, CF240, CF211, CF112, CF11, CF12, CF211, CF113.D, CF111.D, CF11.D, CF210.UL, CF21.UL, CF270.UL.D, CF27.D, CF30, CF31, CF34.UL.D, CF35.UL, CF37.D, CF38, CF300. UL.D, CFPE, CF310.UL, CF330.D, CF340, CFBRAID, CFROBOT, CFROBOT 6,7,9, CF884, CF894 CF885, CF886, CF895, CF896 CF887, CF897, CF220.UL.H, CF280.UL.H, CF430.D, CF440 Number of conductors 2 or 3 Installation Ambient temperature [°C] Conversion Factor PVC insulation TPE insulation 10 1.22 1.15 15 1.17 1.12 20 1.12 1.08 25 1.06 1.04 30 1.00 1.00 35 0.94 0.96 40 0.87 0.91 45 0.79 0.87 50 0.71 0.82 55 0.61 0.76 60 0.50 0.71 65 – 0.65 70 – 0.58 75 – 0.50 80 – 0.41 85 – 0.29 90 – 0.14

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