AVVGE, AVVGEng, AVVGEngd

TU U 27.3-39543889-005:2019; DSTU IEC 60502-1:2009
  • AVVGE, AVVGEng, AVVGEngd are the power cables with aluminum conductors, PVC insulation, and a sheath, and a shield for protection from external electromagnetic fields.
  • They are designed for the transmission and distribution of electricity and signals in the stationary electrical installations for a rated alternating voltage of 660 and 1000 V and a frequency of 50 Hz.
  • They are mainly used for a single laying in industrial and warehouse premises, n the specialized cable tray systems, in blocks, internal electrical installations and places where it is necessary to protect electrical circuits from the influence of the external electric fields.
  • Laying in the ground is allowed only with the use of protection against mechanical damage.
Minimum service life is 30 years
Warranty period is 5 years
Minimum bending radius, Dn Solid cable: 10 x Dh
Multi conductor cable: 7.5 x Dh
Temperature range installation: not below -15°С
operation: -50°С to +50°С
Interpretation of cables AVVGE, AVVGEng, AVVGEngd

A – the conductor is made of aluminum;

V – polyvinylchloride compound insulation;

V – polyvinylchloride sheath;

G – without armor (“bare”);

E – shielded;

«ng» – flame – retardant;

«ngd»– flame – retardant, with reduced smoke and gas emission.

Structure
Conductors: aluminum solid or multi wire of the 1st or 2d flexibility class (class 1 and 2 DSTU EN 60228).
Insulation: polyvinylchloride compound
Armor: no
Rated voltage, kV
0,66 1
Number of conductors Nominal cross-section area of the key conductors, mm2
1 2,5 — 50 2,5 — 1000
2, 3, 4, 5 2,5 — 50 2,5 — 240
 
Fire safety
  • DSTU 4809:2007
  • AVVGE - PB 1XXXXXXXX
  • AVVGEng - PB 12XXXXXXX
  • AVVGEngd - PB 122111XXX
Detailed description

AVVGE is a power cable with an aluminum conductor, PVC insulation and sheath, and a shield for protection from external electromagnetic fields. The design feature of AVVGE is a shield that protects external circuits from the influence of electromagnetic fields of the currents passing through the cable

Applicability scope

It has proved to be an excellent conductor in rooms, on the specialized cable tray systems, in blocks, internal electrical installations and places where it is necessary to protect electrical circuits from the influence of the external electric fields. It is used in damp and dry premises of industrial buildings, agricultural buildings, and private households, in damp and partially flooded basements, garages, collectors and mines. It is also can be used for the external work and the outdoor installation.

The cable is not intended for laying in the ground. If necessary, the installation in trenches is allowed only with the use of protective equipment against mechanical damage.

AVVGE is used mainly for the single laying, and the group laying is allowed only in the outdoor electrical installations using fireproofing.

AVVGE cables in a non-combustible sheath are used in the fire-hazardous rooms, public buildings, public places and other facilities with an increased fire hazard. They are marked with the letters «ng» and «ngd». The prefix “ng” means that the AVVGEng cable is flame-retardant, and “ngd” indicates that the AVVGEngd cable is flame-retardant and practically does not emit smoke in the event of a fire. AVVGEng and AVVGEngd can be used for the group laying. They practically do not support combustion in one bundle with other cables.

Cables AVVGE, AVVGEng and AVVGEngd are intended for the transmission and distribution of electricity and signals in stationary electrical installations for a rated alternating voltage of 660 and 1000 V with a frequency of 50 Hz.

Design

The AVVGE design in practice repeats the AVVG design, supplemented with a protective shield. It is based on one or more isolated from each other aluminum conductors of the 1st or 2d flexibility class (class 1, 2 DSTU EN 60228), round or sector shaped. The number of conductors varies from 1 to 5. The conductors are made of the soft aluminum grades, which makes the cable flexible. At the same time, they are not intended for the use in the carriers and temporary wiring, which are exposed to frequent bends. Each conductor is covered with a layer of PVC compound and the upper outer insulation is made of the same material. The protective shield is in the form of copper or aluminum foil wrapped around the conductors with metal inside. This guarantees a high safety when the cable is exposed to radiation and serves as additional protection for the cable.

You can contact the specialists of EUROPAN LLC to get more detailed information on the characteristics of the cable, help in selecting a conductor depending on the load power and the temperature range, as well as an additional advice.

Operation

AVVGE, AVVGEng and AVVGEngd are designed for the stationary operation at the temperatures from -50 °C to + 50 °C. The installation is permissible at a temperature not lower than -15 ° C, otherwise the cable must be preheated. The maximum permissible air humidity is 98% at a temperature of + 35 °C

The minimum bend radius during installation for a single-conductor cable is at least 10 outer cable diameters, for a multiconductor cable – at least 7.5 outer cable diameters.

The maximum long-term permissible heating of wires during operation should not exceed 70 °C, in case of a short circuit – 160 °C, in an emergency mode – no more than 80 °C. Permissible tension strain of the cables along the cable routing should not exceed 30 N/mm2 of the conductor cross-section.

With the proper installation and operation, the service life of the cable is at least 30 years from the date of manufacture. The guaranteed service life is 5 years.

You can select and buy an aluminum shielded cable of various label sizes on the website of EUROPAN LLC. Our products meet all international requirements and are certified in accordance with the Ukrainian legislation. When you purchase the wiring products from us, you can be sure of the safety of the power lines, the favorable prices and the terms of purchase. Our managers will help you to gain insight on the variety of cable products and advise you on all issues that could arise.

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Permissible short circuit currents of cables

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm²

Permissible current of one-second short circuit of cables, kA

Nominal conductor cross-section, mm²

Permissible current of one-second short circuit of cables, kA

2,5 0,18 120 8,66
4,0 0,29 150 10,64
6,0 0,42 185 13,37
10 0,70 240 17,54
16 1,13 300 21,90
25 1,81 400 26,00
35 2,50 500 32,50
50 3,38 625 40,95
70 4,95 800 52,00
95 6,86 1000 65,00

 

Nomenclature and mass-dimensional characteristics

Select rated voltage, kV

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 7,7 92
1 x 4,0 8,4 108
1 x 6,0 9,5 137
1 x 10 10,7 173
1 x 16 12,2 224
1 x 25 13,9 291
1 x 35 15,1 342
1 x 50 17,2 443
2 x 2,5 11,3 166
2 x 4,0 12,6 200
2 x 6,0 13,9 239
2 x 10 16,2 314
2 x 16 19,9 449
2 x 25 23,3 589
2 x 35 26,2 736
2 x 50 30,3 952
3 x 2,5 11,8 186
3 x 4,0 13,4 236
3 x 6,0 14,5 277
3 x 10 17,0 372
3 x 16 21,0 539
3 x 25 25,2 760
3 x 35 27,7 908
3 x 50 32,1 1192
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 14,3 265
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 15,6 314
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 17,9 414
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,1 603
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,4 875
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,4 1025
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 34,4 1373
4 x 2,5 12,5 211
4 x 4,0 14,3 272
4 x 6,0 15,6 322
4 x 10 19,0 469
4 x 16 22,8 642
4 x 25 27,4 914
4 x 35 30,4 1117
4 x 50 35,7 1511
5 x 2,5 13,6 251
5 x 4,0 15,4 317
5 x 6,0 16,8 378
5 x 10 20,6 557
5 x 16 25,4 814
5 x 25 30,1 1130
5 x 35 33,2 1370
5 x 50 39,1 1865
 

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 8,1 100
1 x 4,0 9,6 136
1 x 6,0 10,1 152
1 x 10 10,9 179
1 x 16 12,4 231
1 x 25 14,3 306
1 x 35 15,5 358
1 x 50 17,4 452
1 x 70 18,9 553
1 x 95 21,0 688
1 x 120 22,4 788
1 x 150 24,9 966
1 x 185 27,1 1146
1 x 240 30,0 1410
1 x 300 32,5 1671
1 x 400 36,8 2141
1 x 500 40,2 2571
1 x 625 43,4 3026
1 x 800 47,9 3712
1 x 1000 52,5 4484
2 x 2,5 12,1 184
2 x 4,0 14,0 238
2 x 6,0 15,1 271
2 x 10 16,6 326
2 x 16 20,3 463
2 x 25 24,3 641
2 x 35 26,6 754
2 x 50 30,7 971
2 x 70 32,5 1124
2 x 95 37,3 1461
2 x 120 40,3 1693
2 x 150 44,1 1995
2 x 185 49,0 2442
2 x 240 54,6 2995
3 x 2,5 12,6 208
3 x 4,0 14,7 273
3 x 6,0 15,8 316
3 x 10 17,5 387
3 x 16 21,4 557
3 x 25 25,6 781
3 x 35 28,1 931
3 x 50 32,5 1218
3 x 70 34,8 1466
3 x 95 39,6 1877
3 x 120 42,7 2191
3 x 150 47,4 2678
3 x 185 52,2 3232
3 x 240 58,6 4056
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 15,8 308
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 17,0 361
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 19,0 462
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,5 624
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,9 901
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,9 1052
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 35,0 1422
3 x 70 + 1 x 35 37,0 1676
3 x 95 + 1 x 50 42,1 2160
3 x 120 + 1 x 70 45,9 2586
3 x 150 + 1 x 70 50,3 3016
3 x 185 + 1 x 95 55,9 3733
3 x 240 + 1 x 120 62,5 4625
4 x 2,5 13,7 245
4 x 4,0 15,8 317
4 x 6,0 17,0 369
4 x 10 19,5 487
4 x 16 23,3 665
4 x 25 27,9 941
4 x 35 30,9 1146
4 x 50 36,2 1544
4 x 70 38,3 1825
4 x 95 43,6 2350
4 x 120 47,5 2799
4 x 150 52,3 3368
4 x 185 58,1 4137
4 x 240 64,8 5133
5 x 2,5 14,7 284
5 x 4,0 17,0 372
5 x 6,0 19,0 466
5 x 10 21,1 580
5 x 16 25,9 843
5 x 25 30,7 1164
5 x 35 33,8 1407
5 x 50 39,7 1908
5 x 70 42,2 2286
5 x 95 48,5 3008
5 x 120 52,4 3527
5 x 150 58,2 4317
5 x 185 64,2 5240
5 x 240 72,7 6706
 

Select rated voltage, kV

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 7,7 95
1 x 4,0 8,4 111
1 x 6,0 9,5 141
1 x 10 10,7 178
1 x 16 12,2 230
1 x 25 13,9 297
1 x 35 15,1 349
1 x 50 17,2 452
2 x 2,5 11,3 171
2 x 4,0 12,6 206
2 x 6,0 13,9 246
2 x 10 16,2 323
2 x 16 19,9 461
2 x 25 23,3 603
2 x 35 26,2 754
2 x 50 30,3 973
3 x 2,5 11,8 191
3 x 4,0 13,4 243
3 x 6,0 14,5 284
3 x 10 17,0 381
3 x 16 21,0 551
3 x 25 25,2 777
3 x 35 27,7 927
3 x 50 32,1 1214
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 14,3 272
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 15,6 322
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 17,9 423
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,1 617
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,4 894
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,4 1045
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 34,4 1399
4 x 2,5 12,5 217
4 x 4,0 14,3 279
4 x 6,0 15,6 330
4 x 10 19,0 480
4 x 16 22,8 656
4 x 25 27,4 933
4 x 35 30,4 1138
4 x 50 35,7 1538
5 x 2,5 13,6 257
5 x 4,0 15,4 325
5 x 6,0 16,8 387
5 x 10 20,6 569
5 x 16 25,4 831
5 x 25 30,1 1151
5 x 35 33,2 1394
5 x 50 39,1 1895

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 8,1 103
1 x 4,0 9,6 140
1 x 6,0 10,1 156
1 x 10 10,9 184
1 x 16 12,4 237
1 x 25 14,3 313
1 x 35 15,5 366
1 x 50 17,4 461
1 x 70 18,9 564
1 x 95 21,0 700
1 x 120 22,4 801
1 x 150 24,9 983
1 x 185 27,1 1164
1 x 240 30,0 1431
1 x 300 32,5 1694
1 x 400 36,8 2169
1 x 500 40,2 2603
1 x 625 43,4 3061
1 x 800 47,9 3754
1 x 1000 52,5 4531
2 x 2,5 12,1 190
2 x 4,0 14,0 245
2 x 6,0 15,1 279
2 x 10 16,6 334
2 x 16 20,3 475
2 x 25 24,3 657
2 x 35 26,6 772
2 x 50 30,7 993
2 x 70 32,5 1147
2 x 95 37,3 1490
2 x 120 40,3 1726
2 x 150 44,1 2031
2 x 185 49,0 2485
2 x 240 54,6 3045
3 x 2,5 12,6 214
3 x 4,0 14,7 281
3 x 6,0 15,8 324
3 x 10 17,5 396
3 x 16 21,4 570
3 x 25 25,6 798
3 x 35 28,1 950
3 x 50 32,5 1241
3 x 70 34,8 1492
3 x 95 39,6 1908
3 x 120 42,7 2225
3 x 150 47,4 2720
3 x 185 52,2 3279
3 x 240 58,6 4113
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 15,8 316
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 17,0 370
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 19,0 473
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,5 638
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,9 920
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,9 1073
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 35,0 1449
3 x 70 + 1 x 35 37,0 1705
3 x 95 + 1 x 50 42,1 2194
3 x 120 + 1 x 70 45,9 2626
3 x 150 + 1 x 70 50,3 3060
3 x 185 + 1 x 95 55,9 3785
3 x 240 + 1 x 120 62,5 4687
4 x 2,5 13,7 252
4 x 4,0 15,8 325
4 x 6,0 17,0 378
4 x 10 19,5 498
4 x 16 23,3 679
4 x 25 27,9 960
4 x 35 30,9 1168
4 x 50 36,2 1572
4 x 70 38,3 1854
4 x 95 43,6 2385
4 x 120 47,5 2840
4 x 150 52,3 3415
4 x 185 58,1 4193
4 x 240 64,8 5197
5 x 2,5 14,7 291
5 x 4,0 17,0 381
5 x 6,0 19,0 477
5 x 10 21,1 593
5 x 16 25,9 861
5 x 25 30,7 1186
5 x 35 33,8 1431
5 x 50 39,7 1939
5 x 70 42,2 2319
5 x 95 48,5 3051
5 x 120 52,4 3574
5 x 150 58,2 4373
5 x 185 64,2 5304
5 x 240 72,7 6788

Select rated voltage, kV

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 7,7 100
1 x 4,0 8,4 118
1 x 6,0 9,5 149
1 x 10 10,7 189
1 x 16 12,2 244
1 x 25 13,9 315
1 x 35 15,1 369
1 x 50 17,2 477
2 x 2,5 11,3 181
2 x 4,0 12,6 219
2 x 6,0 13,9 261
2 x 10 16,2 342
2 x 16 19,9 489
2 x 25 23,3 639
2 x 35 26,2 798
2 x 50 30,3 1029
3 x 2,5 11,8 203
3 x 4,0 13,4 258
3 x 6,0 14,5 301
3 x 10 17,0 404
3 x 16 21,0 584
3 x 25 25,2 824
3 x 35 27,7 980
3 x 50 32,1 1282
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 14,3 290
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 15,6 342
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 17,9 449
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,1 654
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,4 947
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,4 1105
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 34,4 1479
4 x 2,5 12,5 231
4 x 4,0 14,3 297
4 x 6,0 15,6 350
4 x 10 19,0 509
4 x 16 22,8 695
4 x 25 27,4 988
4 x 35 30,4 1202
4 x 50 35,7 1624
5 x 2,5 13,6 274
5 x 4,0 15,4 346
5 x 6,0 16,8 411
5 x 10 20,6 606
5 x 16 25,4 883
5 x 25 30,1 1223
5 x 35 33,2 1476
5 x 50 39,1 2008

Number of conductors and nominal cross-section, mm2

Nominal outer diameter, mm

Estimated weight of 1 km of cables, kg
1 x 2,5 8,1 110
1 x 4,0 9,6 149
1 x 6,0 10,1 167
1 x 10 10,9 195
1 x 16 12,4 251
1 x 25 14,3 332
1 x 35 15,5 387
1 x 50 17,4 487
1 x 70 18,9 594
1 x 95 21,0 737
1 x 120 22,4 841
1 x 150 24,9 1032
1 x 185 27,1 1221
1 x 240 30,0 1500
1 x 300 32,5 1773
1 x 400 36,8 2267
1 x 500 40,2 2718
1 x 625 43,4 3186
1 x 800 47,9 3899
1 x 1000 52,5 4699
2 x 2,5 12,1 202
2 x 4,0 14,0 261
2 x 6,0 15,1 297
2 x 10 16,6 355
2 x 16 20,3 504
2 x 25 24,3 698
2 x 35 26,6 817
2 x 50 30,7 1051
2 x 70 32,5 1209
2 x 95 37,3 1571
2 x 120 40,3 1815
2 x 150 44,1 2135
2 x 185 49,0 2611
2 x 240 54,6 3196
3 x 2,5 12,6 228
3 x 4,0 14,7 300
3 x 6,0 15,8 345
3 x 10 17,5 420
3 x 16 21,4 605
3 x 25 25,6 848
3 x 35 28,1 1006
3 x 50 32,5 1312
3 x 70 34,8 1571
3 x 95 39,6 2007
3 x 120 42,7 2335
3 x 150 47,4 2854
3 x 185 52,2 3439
3 x 240 58,6 4310
3 x 4,0 + 1 x 2,5 15,8 337
3 x 6,0 + 1 x 4,0 17,0 395
3 x 10 + 1 x 6,0 19,0 504
3 x 16 + 1 x 10 22,5 677
3 x 25 + 1 x 16 27,9 976
3 x 35 + 1 x 16 29,9 1136
3 x 50 + 1 x 25 35,0 1534
3 x 70 + 1 x 35 37,0 1796
3 x 95 + 1 x 50 42,1 2309
3 x 120 + 1 x 70 45,9 2757
3 x 150 + 1 x 70 50,3 3211
3 x 185 + 1 x 95 55,9 3971
3 x 240 + 1 x 120 62,5 4910
4 x 2,5 13,7 269
4 x 4,0 15,8 347
4 x 6,0 17,0 403
4 x 10 19,5 529
4 x 16 23,3 721
4 x 25 27,9 1018
4 x 35 30,9 1235
4 x 50 36,2 1663
4 x 70 38,3 1951
4 x 95 43,6 2507
4 x 120 47,5 2979
4 x 150 52,3 3581
4 x 185 58,1 4396
4 x 240 64,8 5441
5 x 2,5 14,7 312
5 x 4,0 17,0 408
5 x 6,0 19,0 510
5 x 10 21,1 631
5 x 16 25,9 916
5 x 25 30,7 1262
5 x 35 33,8 1518
5 x 50 39,7 2057
5 x 70 42,2 2449
5 x 95 48,5 3219
5 x 120 52,4 3761
5 x 150 58,2 4604
5 x 185 64,2 5581
5 x 240 72,7 7138
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