Power cable

power cable
power cable
power cable
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waterproof, anti-capillary
Core material
for the automotive industry
Number of wire
Other characteristics
Nominal voltage

60 V, 600 V


Max.: 150 °C
(302 °F)

Min.: -55 °C
(-67 °F)


Max.: 10 mm²
(0.02 in²)

Min.: 0.35 mm²
(0 in²)


It's all about the adhesion between the liquid and the surface and the diameter of the capillary tube. Copper conductors in general are leaking due to cavity between single copper wires and cavity between conductor and insulation. RADOX® Anticapillary cables with grease-like filling material avoids capillary effect for oil, water, AdBlue and other fluids. The grease-like filling material is a compound developed by HUBER+SUHNER and applied during copper conductor production continuously. AdBlue environmental harness Cabling to rearview outside windows mirrors or other devices where moisture, vapour and water is a potential risk Fuel pump systems Transmission oil environmental Sealed solutions to avoid fluids entering the electric components. Liquid tight, silicone-free cable solution, 100% over complete cable length Stripping, crimping etc. on standard equipment possible Cable according LV112 and ISO6722 requirement Silicone-free grease Temperature range -40 °C to 150 °C (3000h) Handling like a standard cable (reel packaging, storage incl. storage temperature, end of lifetime recycling and scraping). No expensive sealing solutions needed, such as: waterproof connectors, over moulding, adhesive bonding or cable separator sleeves. The grease-blocked solution seals the cable in case of insulation damage caused by a cut or animal bite for example. For AdBlue, Water, Oil, Gasoline, etc.


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