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LOW VOLTAGE WIRES AND

CABLES

Document Number

SUP/NENG/011

Effective Date

04 May 2006

Revision

03

Document Owner

Power Engineering

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Date

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Rev.02
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Rev. 04

01.12.2005
04.05.2006
16.09.2013

Novel S
Novel S
Riyadi Agung Suharto

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Name
Stefanus Julianto F

Riyadi Agung Suharto

Position
GM Infrastructure &
Sitac
Manager Power Eng

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1.0 SCOPE OF WORK
Work Included
a. Wires and cables for applications up to 600 Volts AC and fire proof cables in
accordance with the Contract Documents. It does not specify wires, cables 24
Volt and 48 Volt DC control systems.
b. Wires and cables for special applications are not included in this section.
2.0 REFERENCE
a. Provision and Regulation by Safety Labour Local Codes.
b. Regulation issued by Ditjen Bina Lindung (Depnaker).
c. Regulation issued by PLN.
d. PUlL 2000
e. National Electric Code (NEC).
3.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE
a. Manufacturer: Firm regularly engaged in manufacture of wire and cable
materials of type and size required, whose products have been in satisfactory
use in similar service for not less than 5 years.
b. Installer: Firm with at least 5 years of successful installation experience on
electrical work projects similar to this project.
c. Code Compliance Comply with applicable portions of electric local codes.
(SPLN)
4.0 SUBMITTALS
a. Product Data Submit manufacturers product data and installation instruction
for each product specified for wires and cables.
b. Submit shop drawing which indicated size and model of all wires and cables
before installation.
c. Submit scaled shop drawings, based on request by PT. XL AXIATA for
execution in site, which indicate general layout and details of this work prior to
actual installation for approval.
d. Submit brochure/catalogue of wires and cables for approval, before they are
released to order.
e. Upon completion of this portion of the work and as a condition of its
acceptance, deliver to PT. XL AXIATA three (3) copies of as built drawings.
5.0 GUARANTEE
a. All equipment, material and workmanship shall be guaranteed by the
Contractor for a period of one year from the date of final acceptance. Upon
receipt of notice from PT. XL AXIATAs Project representative of any failure
during the guaranteed period, the affected part or work shall be replaced
promptly by the Contractor at his expense.

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b. The guarantee shall not extend to damage incurred through improper


operation and maintenance by the Owner. The Owner shall assume full
responsibility for proper operation and maintenance upon final acceptance.
6.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
6.1 APPROVED MANUFACTURES
a. Power Cable
Kabelindo, Kabel Metal, Supreme, Tranka or Voksel
b. Lighting/Socket Outlet Cable:
c. Kabelindo, Kabel Metal, Supreme, Tranka or Voksel
d. Control Cable
e. Kabelindo, Kabel Metal, Supreme, Tranka or Voksel
6.2 WIRES AND CABLE
a. General
Provide wires and cables with a minimum insulation rating of 600 volts.
b. Conductor
Electrical grade, annealed copper, tinned if rubber insulated, and fabricated in
accordance with JEC, SIT, JIS & SPLN standards.
c. Insulation
Type CV cross-linked polyethylene insulation or NYY PVC insulation suitable
for use in wet locations up to 90 C. Use type NYM multi- conductor cable for
lighting, receptable and motor branch circuits installed in cable tray.
d. Color Coding:
1. Provide consistent color coding of all feeders, sub-feeders, motor circuits and
the likes as follows:
Phase R Red
Phase S Yellow
Phase TBlack
Neutral Blue
Ground Green with yellow stripes
2. Color code wiring for control systems installed in conjunction with mechanical
and/or miscellaneous equipment in accordance with the wiring diagrams
furnished with the equipment.
e. Drop Voltage
1. The maximum drop voltage a long the cable used from AC PDB to the load
is 3% of the nominal voltage by using the following formula:
V = 2(I x x L) / A
Where:
V
: Drop voltage
I
: Current (A)

: Cable resistivity (Ohm.mm/Meter)


L
: Cable length (M)
A
: Cable diameter (mm)

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2. Drop voltage for special application (where the drop voltage is designed on
the specific percentage more than 3% ) may be implemented upon
approval by XL- Engineering.
6.3 CONNECTORS
a. Make connections, splices, taps and joints with solder less devices,
mechanically and electrically secure. Protect exposed wires and connecting
devices with electrical tape or insulation to provide not less than that of the
conductor.
b. Branch Circuit Wires: Use any of the following types of terminals and
connecting devices.
1. Terminal Cable Key
Coiled tapered, spring wound devices with a conducting corrosionresistant coating over the spring steel and a plastic cover and skirt
providing full insulation for splice and wired ends. Screw connector on by
hand
2. Tool Applied
Steel cap, with conduction and corrosion resistant metallic plating, open at
both ends, fitted around the twisted ends of the wire and compressed or
crimped by means of special die designed for the purpose. Specially fitted
plastic or rubber insulting cover wrap over each connector.
6.4 LUBRICANT
Use lubricant only where the possibility of damage to conductors exist. Use oniy
lubricant approved by the cable manufacturer and one which is inert to cable and
raceways.
6.5 FIRE PROOF CABLE
a. Fire proof cable shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer
recommendations and instructions. Fire proof cable shall be run on
proprietary make horizontal cable trays, vertical cable ladders, trunkings or
conduits depending on the sizes. For horizontal runs, fire proof cable
Of larges sizes shall be secured neatly on the cable trays or ladders at close
interval.
b. All installation accessories shall be of manufacturers standard products.
Cable glands shall be of fire rating equal. The bending radius of the cables
measured from the inside of the bend shall be not less than eight times the
diameter of the cable.
c. Fire proof cable shall be low acid, low corrosive gas emission and low or zero
halogen (low smoke emission and non toxic).
d. Fire proof cable shall be in accordance to IEC-331 for 3 hours duration
7500C at full load current without derating. MI cables shall conform to BS
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Categories CWZ
- C = 950 C for 3 hours fire
- W = 650 C fire with water
- Z = 950 C fire with mechanical lock
e. Approved Manufacturer
- FR Cable Elcu Flarnex, Fuji
- MI Cable : Pyrotenax, LMI
7.0 IMPLEMENTATION
a. Provide a complete system of conductors in race way system. Mount wiring
through a specified raceway, regardless of voltage application.
b. Do not install wire in complete conduits runs nor until after the concrete work
and plastering is completed and moisture is swabbed from conduits. Eliminate
splices wherever possible. Where necessary, make splices only in readily
accessible.
c. Flashover insulation value of joints to be equal to that of the conductor.
Provide SPLN listed connectors, etc., rated at 600 volts for general use and
1.000 volts for use between ballasts and lamps of gaseous discharge fixtures.
d. Use terminating fittings, connectors, etc., of the type suitable for the specified
cable furnished. Make bends in cable at termination prior to installing
compression device. Make fittings tight.
e. Install wires in raceways and make up terminations in accordance with the
manufacturers recommendations using special washers, nuts, lubricant etc.,
as required. Strip insulation so as to avoid nicking of wire.
f. Extend wire sizing for the entire length of a circuit, feeder, etc., unless
specifically noted otherwise.
g. Provide bare copper ground conductor in each feeder or in group of feeders,
with the total current carrying capacity to be taken in consideration.
h. Cables inside ceiling shall be installed inside PVC High Impact conduits
and/or cable trays.
i. Cables of lighting and receptables at open area shall be installed with steel
conduit pipe.
j. The configuration of DC cable on the cable tray shall be installed with the
following :
DC Cables
Cable tray

Positive polarity
Negative
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k. Cable NYFGbY shall be used for outdoor installation and buried


l.

Cable NYY/NYA may be used for outdoor installation and buried only if
installed inside the galvanized steel pipe.

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