Flexible busbar FLEX2MRC

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Electrical characteristics
Protection level
Primary current

Min.: 125 A

Max.: 2,800 A


Thin layers of bare electrolytic copper formed into a stack Full range from 19.5 mm² up to 1200 mm² and 125 A to 2800 A Insulated by high-resistance, self-extinguishing PVC with less than 20% contact with conductor for high flexibility Easily bent, folded, and twisted, improving assembly flexibility, shortening connections, and decreasing footprint Dramatically smaller and more flexible than comparable cable based on ampacity Better power density than cable with lower skin effect ratio Connections made by punching and bolting directly through the copper laminates, clamping onto the end of the nVent ERIFLEX Flexibar, or welding using nVent ERICO Cadweld No lugs needed, reducing installation time and improving resistance to vibration Weight savings and material savings compared to wire alternatives Reduces total installation cost Traceability codes and designation part numbers printed on insulation 100% production dielectric tested UL 758 Appliance Wiring Material requirements for Cold Bend testing at -40°C and -50°C (-40°F and -58°F) EAC compliant RoHS compliant Length: 2 000 mm Material: Copper; Polyvinylchloride Dielectric Strength: 20 kV/mm Flammability Rating: UL® 94V-0 Insulation Elongation: 370 % Insulation Thickness: 2 mm Nominal Voltage, UL/CSA/IEC: 1 000 VAC; 1 500 VDC Working Temperature: -50 to 105 °C Forming Temperature: 0 – 55 °C Certification Details: UL® 67; UL® 758 Complies With: IEC® 60439.1; IEC® 61439.1; IEC® 61439.1 Class II; IEC® 60695-2-11 (Glow Wire Test 960 °C)



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