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IS 694 : 1990 (Hcallinllcd 1995)   v.TThm Indian Standard PVC INSULATED CABLES FOR WORKING VOLTAGES
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IS 694 : 1990 (Hcallinllcd 1995)   v.TThm Indian Standard PVC INSULATED CABLES FOR WORKING VOLTAGES

Indian Standard

(Hcallinllcd 1995)   v.TThm Indian Standard PVC INSULATED CABLES FOR WORKING VOLTAGES UP TO AND

PVC INSULATED CABLES FOR WORKING VOLTAGES UP TO AND INCLUDING 1100VOLTS- SPECIFICATION

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Power

Cables

Sectional

Committee,

ETD

59

FOREWORD

 

This Indian Standard

(Third

Revision)

 

was adopted

by

the

Bureau

of

Indian

Standards

on

19 February 1990, after the draft finalized by the Power Cables Sectional Committee had been approved by the Electrotechnical Division Council.

This

standard

was

originally

published

in 1955 and was subsequently

revised in 1964 when it was

split

up

in

two

parts,

Part

1 dealing

with copper

conductors

and Part

2 dealing

with aluminium

conductors.

Second

revision

was

brought

out

in 1977 when the two parts were merged,

including

the requirements

of

weatherproof

cables

previously

covered

in IS 3035 (Part

1)

: 1965.

The

two

voltage grades specified as 250/440 V and 650/l 100 V were also merged.

The

third

revision

of

this

standard has been brought

out to take

into

account

the experience

gained

since

then

to

align

with

the international

practices,

to the extent

considered

appropriate.

 

Major changes in this revision include the rationalisation of terms

used

for

the

type

of

cables

for

use under special conditions, inclusion of single core flexible cables and five core tlexible cords, stipulation of overall dimensions and updating the references to the Indian Standards on conductor,

insulation, sheath and methods of tests. Also for single core sheathed cables the extrusion of insulation and sheath has been eliminated.

process

of single

While preparing

this standard,

assistance

has been drawn

from

the following:

IEC Pub

227

:

Polyvinyl

chloride

insulated

cables of

rated

voltages

up

to and including

 

450/759 V.

International

Electrotechnical

Commission.

227-l (

1979)

Part

1

:

General

requirements

227-2

(

1979)

Part

2 :

Test methods

 

227-3 ( 1979) Part

3 :

Non-sheathed

cables for fixed wiring

 

227-4

( 1979)

 

Part

4 :

Sheathed

cables for fixed wiring

227-5

( 1979 ) Part

5

:

Flexible

cables

( cords

)

IEC Pub

719

:

1981

BS

: 6500

: 1984

Calculation of the lower and upper limits for the average outer dimensions of cables with circular copper conductors and of rated voltage up to and including 450/750 V. International Electrotechnical Commission.

Insulated

flexible cords and cables. British Standards Institution.

For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values’. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard.

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PVC INSULATED CABLES FOR WORKING VOLTAGES UP TO AND INCLUDING 1100VOLTS- SPECIFICATION

( Third Revision )

AND INCLUDING 1100VOLTS- SPECIFICATION ( Third Revision ) SECTION 1 GENERAL 1.4 The cables covered in

SECTION

1

GENERAL

1.4 The

cables

covered

in

this

standard

are

also

1 SCOPE

1.1

This

standard

covers

the

requirements

and

tests

for

the

following

types

of

unarmoured

PVC

insulated

cables

with

copper

or

aluminium

con-

ductors

and

flexible

cords

with

copper

conductors

for

electric

power

and

lighting

(including

weather

proof

cables

and

cables

for

low

temperature

conditions)

for

voltages

up

to

and

including

1100

v.

NOTES

1

For

use

as

weatherproof

cables,

the

cables

shall

meet

the

requirements

of

additional

ageing

test

[set

15.4 (c) I.

 

2 The cables intended for low-temperature

shall meet the requirements of cold bend or cold

(a)

and

impact test whichever is applicable

conditions

[see 15.4

(b) I.

1.1.1 Types IIJ/Cables

a)

Cables

for

fixed

wiring:

core

ii) ( sheathed

core

i) Single

Single

( unsheathed);

in

);

and

four

core

without

ECC

 

).

( unsheathed

).

);

 

);

);

and

five

core

standard

are

or

three

phase

for

rated

voltages

four

).

this

phase

iii) Circular

twin,

three

(

sheathed

);

iv) Flat

twin

( sheathed

v) Flat

three

);

with

and

or

core

(sheathed

Flexible

Flexible

cables,

cords:

core

core

single

core

i)

ii)

iii)

Single

Single

Parallel

( unsheathed

( sheathed);

twin

Twisted

Circular

(sheathed

Flat

twin

twin

twin,

);

cables

use

on

unearthed

including

b)

c)

( unsheathed

( unsheathed

three,

and

iv)

v)

vi)

The

to

for

or

and

( sheathed

single

) systems

1.2

covered

ac

suitable

( earthed

up

be

including

1.3 The

able

I

100 V.

These

cables

may

for

rated

voltages

up

to and

in this

standard

are

suit-

the

combination

of ambient

used on dc systems

for

1 500

cables

use

V.

covered

where

temperature

and

temperature

rise

due

to

load

results

in

a continuous

conductor

temperature

not

exceeding

73’C.

suitable

for

use

under

outdoor

or

low

temperature

conditions

provided

these

meet

the

additional

requirements

as

given

under

type

tests.

For

still

lower

temperature,

the

purchaser

may

specify

the

additional

requirements.

 

2

REFERENCES

 

2.1

The

standards

given

in

Annex

A are

necessary

adjuncts

to this

standard.

3

TER[MINOLOGY

 

3.1

For

the

purpose

 

of this

standard,

 

the

defini-

tions

given

in

IS

1885

(Part

32)

:

1971

and

IS

10810

( Part

IO)

:

1984 shall

apply.

3.2 Type

Tests

Tests

general

order

characteristics

required

to

be

made

on

before

a

type

supply

on

commercial

to

basis

the

of cable

performance

demonstrate

to

meet

satisfactory

intended

application.

a

in

NOTE

they have been lnade they need not be repeated unless changes are made in the cable materials or design which might change the performance characteristics.

-

These tests are of

such

a

nature

that

after

3.3 Acceptance

Tests

carried

Tests

out

on

samples

taken

from

a

lot

for

the

purpose

of acceptance,of

the

lot.

3.4

Routine

Tests

Tests

made

by

manufacturer

on

all

finished

cable

lengths

to

demonstrate

the

integrity

of

the

cable.

3.5 Optional

Tests

Special

tests

to

be carried

out

when

required

by

agreement

between

the

purchaser

and

the

supplier.

SECTION

4 CONDUCTOR

2

MATERIALS

4.1 Copper

Conductor

 

The

conductor

sh,tll

he

composed

of

pl:lin

annealed

high

conducti\

ity

copper

wires

cc)m-

plying

with

IS

8 130

:

1983.

 

4.2 Aluminium

Couducror

 

The conductor

shall

be

com;losed

 

of

aluminium

wires

complying

with

IS 8130

:

1984.

 

4.3

A

separator

tape

made

of

suitable

material

may

be applied

over

conductor

 

at

the

discretion

of the

manufacturer.

 

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5 INSULATION

5.1 The insulation

shall

be

of

PVC

compound’

conforming to the requirements IS 5831 : 1984.

6 FILLERS

of

Type

A

of

6.1 The fillers shall consist of vulcanized rubber, unvulcanized rubber, thermoplastic compound or textile materials.

6.2 The

operating temperature

with othy

filler

materials

shall

be

suitable

for

of the cable and compatible

of the

cable.

These

shall

components

not

be harder

than

PVC

used

for

insulation

and

sheath.

 

7

BINDER

TAPE

7.1 Binder

textile

tape

material.

8 SHEATH

8.1 The

conforming

sheath

to

shall consist

of plastic

or proofed

shall

consist

the

requirements

of PVC compound

of

ST

1 type

of

10.3 Tolerance

on Thickness

of Insulation

The smallest of the measured

of insulation

value

than

values

below

of

shall

not

fall

the

tables

( fi ) specified

( 0’1 mm

+

0’1

in the relevant ti ).

thickness

nominal

by

more

10.4 Application of InsuIation

The insulation

shall

be

so

applied

that

it

fits

I

closely

on the conductor

and

it

shall

be. possible

to remove

it without

damage

to the conductor.

11 CORE

IDENTIFICATION

11.1 Cores

shall

be

indentified

by

different

colouring of PVC insulation. The colour, scheme

as given in Table

7 shall

be adopted.

12 LAYING-UP

OF

CORES

12.1 Flat Twin and Three-Core

Cables ( Without

ECC )

Two or three

cores

shall be laid

side by side.

IS 5831

: 1984.

 

12.2 Flat Twin Cables ( with ECC )

 
 

SECTION

3

CONSTRUCTION

 

Two

cores

with a bare

ECC

shall

be laid

side

by

   

side

in

the

same

plane

(ECC

occupying

the

9 CONDUCTOR

central

position

).

9.0

Nominal

cross

sectional

area of conductor

of

cables

covered

in

 

this

standard

is

given

iu

12.3

Circular Twin, Three- and Four-Core Cables

respective

tables.

 
 

Two,

three

or

tour

cores

shall

be

laid

together

9.1

Cables for Fixed

Wiring

with

a

suitable

right-handc

lay.

The interstices

The construction

of

conductors

for

fixed

wiring

shall be as given

in Table

1.

9.1.1 Conductors

of

nominal

area

less

than

16

mm

shall

be

circular

only.

Conductors

of

nominal

area

16 mm2 and

above

may

be

circular

or shaped.

 

9.2

Flexible

Cables

and Cords

 

The conductor

shall

be

according

to

flexibility

Class

5 of

IS

8130

: 1984.

 

between

binder

may tape may be applied

cores

the

be filled with fillers.

A

over the laid-up

cores.

12.4 Circular Twin, Three, Four and Five Core

Flexible Cords

Two,

three,

four

or

five

cores

shall

be

twisted

together

interstices

with

a may be filled

suitable

right-hand

with

sheathing

lay.

The

material,

fillers

or

strengthening

cords

of

textile

or

any

other

suitable

material.

 

12.5

Parrllel Twin ( Unsheathed ) Flexible Cords

9.3

A separator

tape

may

be

applied

over

the

conductor

( see

4.3

).

10 1NSULATION

 

10.1 The conductor

shall be

provided

with

PVC

insulation

applied

by extrusion.

 

10.2 Thickness

of Insulation

 

The average thickness of insulation

shall

be

not

less

than

the

nominal

value

( fi )

specified

in

Tables

2. to

6.

TWOconductors shall be laid parallel and insulat- ed simultaneously such that the cores can be separated readily without damage,

12.6 Twisted Twin ( Unsheathed ) Flexible Cords

Two cores shall be twisted together with a suitable right hand lay:

12.7 Flat Twin ( Sheathed ) Flexible &r&

Two cores

shall

be laid side by side.

with a suitable right hand lay: 12.7 Flat Twin ( Sheathed ) Flexible &r& Two cores

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13 SHEATHING

 

152.1

A recommended

sampling

plan

for

accept-

 

ance tests is given in Annex

B.

13.1 The

sheath,

where

applicable,

shall

be

 

applied

by extrusion.

It shall be applied:

 

15.3 Routine Tests

 

a)

Over

the

insulation

in case

of

single-core

 

The following&all

constittite

routine

tests:

 

cables? and

 

b)

Over the laid-up

cores in other

cases.

 

a)

Conductor resi’stance test, and

 
 

b)

High voltage test.

 

13.1.1

be so applied

that

it

fits

 

closely

The sheathshall on the laid-up

cores and it shall

be

possi-

15.4

Optional

Test

 

ble to remove

it without

13.2

Colour of the Sheath

damage

to the insulation.

 

The test’ given in Table tests.

9 shall constitute

optional

The colour of the sheath

shall

be black

or

any

16 DETAILS

OF

TESTS

 

other colour as agreed to between the purchaser and the supplier.

 

16.1

Methods

of Tests

 

13.2.1

sheath

For

shall be black

weatherproof

only.

cables,

the

colour

of

Unless otherwise

stated,

the tests shall

be

carried

 

out

in

accordance

with

appropriate

part

of

13.j

Thickness

of Sheath

IS

10810,

taking

into

account

the

additional

information

given in this

standard.

The

thickness

of

PVC

sheath,

 

determined

by

 

taking

the average

of a number

of

measurements,

 

16.2

High

Voltage Test

 

( Water

Immeraiqn

Test )

shall

be

not

less

than

the

nominal

value

( k

)

( Type

Test )

 

specified

in Tables

4 and

5;

and

the

smallest

of

 

the

measured

values

shall

not

fall

below

the

16.2.1

ac Test

 

nominal

value

(

fa ) specified

in

Tables

4 ahd

5

by more than

0’2 mm

+

0’2 tn.

 

The core(s)

shall

be

carefully

removed

from

a

 

sample

approximately

3 m long from

the

finished

14 OVERALL

DIMENSIONS

 

cable.

They

shall

be

 

so

immersed

in

a water-

14.1

shall

2 to

The mean overall

exceed

not

the

6.

dimensions

limits

of

specified

the

cables

in Tables

bath at 60f3”C 200 mm above

voltage

of

that their

ends

the water-ievel.

protrude

After

24

)

shall be applied

at least

hours,

a

between

 

conductors

3 kV (rms and water.

This

voltage

shall be raiti

14.1.1

Ova&y

 

to

6 kV

(rms)

within

 

10

seconds

and

held

constant

at

 

this

value

for

5

minutes.

If

the

The difference detween maximum and minimum

sample fails in this test, one more

sample

ehall

be

measured values of overall diameter of sheathed

subjected

to this test, which

should

pass.

 

circular cables shall not exceed 15 percent of the maximum measured value at the same cross- section.

16.2.2 dc Test

 

The

cores

which have passed

the

preliminary

test

 

SECTION

 

4

TESTS

 

given in 16.2.1 shall be subsequently

tested

with a

15 CLASSIFICATION

OF

TESTS

dc voltage of 1’2 kV in same temperature.

the same

water-bath

at the

15.1 Type Tests

 

The

conductors

shall be connected

to the

negative

The tests

tests.

given in

Table

8

shall

constitute

type

pole and water to the positive

by

means

of

a

copper

pole

of

dc supply

The core shall

 

withstand

thrs dc voltage

electrode. test for 240

hours

with-

15.2

Acceptance

Tests

out bieakdown.

 

The following

shall constitute

acceptance

tests:

 

The voltage shall be applied continuously,

but

if

a)

Annealing

test ( for copper

),

 

there are any unavoidable

the

interruptions during

4 hours period, that period shall be increased

b)

Tensile test ( for aluminium ),

by

the time

of

interruptions.

The total

of such

4

Wrapping test ( for aluminium ),

interruptions

 

shall

not

exceed

1 hour otherwise

4

Conductor resistance test,

 

the

test shall be started

 

again.

 

4

rest for thickness of insulation and sheath,

 

16.3 High Voltage Test (at Room Temperrtaw)

 

f) Tensile strength and elongation at break of insulation and sheath,

( Acceptance and Routine Test )

d Insulation resistance test,

h)

3

High voltage

test, and

Flammability

test.

16.3.1

The cables

and cords

shall withstand

wrtn-

out

breakdown

an ac voltage

of

3 kV

( rms

) oi

a

dc

voltage

of

7’2 kV

applied

for

a

m

of

5

min for each test connection.

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16.3.1.1

Single-core

cables

shall

be

immersed

in

indented

or embossed

on the cable.

In

case

none

water

at

ambient

temperature

one hour before

of

these

methods

can

be

employed,

or

if

the

the

testing

and

the

test

voltage

shall be applied

purchaser

so desires, colour

identi&ation

thread(s)

between

conductor

and

water

for the specified

in

accordance

with

a

scheme to be approved

by

period.

the Bureau

of Indian

Standards

shall be employad.

16.4 Spark

Test

( Routine

Test

)

Spark

test

may

be carried

out as an alternate

to

high voltage

on

single

core

unsheathed

cables.

The voltage

Thickness

shall be as specified

o_f Insulation

mm

Up to and including

1’0

below:

Test

Voltage

kV (rms)

6

Above

1’0 and up to and including

1’5

10

Above

1’5 and up to and including

2’0

15

Above

2’0 and

up to and including

2’5

20

Above

2’5

25

16.5 Flammability

Test

The period

of burning

after

removal

of Hame

shall

not exceed

60

seconds

and

the

unaffected

( uncharred

)

portion

from

the lower edge of the

top clamp

shall

be at least

50 mm.

The

printing,

indentation

 

or

embossing

shall be

done

on

the

insulation

in

case

of

unsheathed

cables

and

on

the

sheath

in

case

of

sheathed

cables.

The

distance

between

any two

consecutive

printings,

indentations

or embossings

shall be not

more than

1 m.

 

17.2 Cable

Code

The

the cable:

following

code

Colistituent

shall be used for designating

Code

Lutter

Aluminium

conductor

A

PVC insulation

Y

PVC sheath

Y

Earth

continuity

conductor

(ECC)

Suitable

Suitable

for outdoor

use

ou

for low temperature

sz

NOTE -

ductor

No

material

code

letter

is copper.

is

required

when

the

con-

16.6

Additional

Ageing

Test

( For

Cablea

for

Outdoor

Use

)

18

PACKING

PND

MARKING

 

16.6.1

Ageing

qf Sample

18.1

The

cable

shall

be

either

wound

on drums

A sample,

6 m long, of the finished

cable shall

be

10418 : 1982 )

reels or

supplies

in

coils

suspended

in

a

heating

chamber

and exposed

to

( see. IS packed.

 

a

temperature

of

80 +2”C

during

a

period

 

of

18.2 The cable

the

informa-

168

shall

hours.

be

Immediately

in

after

this,

placed

a

bath

of boiling

the

sample

for

water

a

tlon either

shall carry

stencilled

on the

ained

in a label attached

to

following

reel or drum it:

or

con-

period

of

8

hours

and

in

a water-bath

at

25°C

   

for 16 hours.

This procedure

shall be repeated

on

a)

Reference

to

this

Indian

Standard I,

for

5 successive

days.

The

ends

of

the sample

shall

example,

Ref IS

694;

 

protrude

at least 200 mm above

the water

level.

 

b)

Manufacturer’s

name,

brand

name or

trade-

16.6.2

Testing

and

Evaluation

 

mark;

 

c)

Type

of cable and voltage

grade;

 

A sample,

5 m long, taken

from

the

conditioned

 

d)

Number

of cores;

 

sample

shall

be

tested

for

high

voltage

test in

 

accordanc’e

with 16.3.

The test has however,

to be

e)

Nominal

cross-sectional

area of conductor;

carried

out

on

the

finished

cable and in a water

f)

Cable

code;

 

bath

at 60&3”C.

 

g)

Colour

of

core

(in

case

of

single

core

16.6.2.1

The remaining

conditioned

sample

shall

cables );

 

be

submitted

to

cold

bend

cold

impact

test as

h)

Length

of cable

on the reel, drum

or coil;

appropriate.

 

9

Number

of lengths

on

the

reel,

druin

or

 

coil (if

more than

one );

 

16.7 Flexing

 

Test

k) Direction of rotation of drum

(by

means

Under

consideration.

 

of arrow );

 

SECTION

 

5

IDENTIFICATION,

PACKING

 

ml Approximate

 

gross mass;

 
 

AND

MARKING

 

11) Country

 

of manufacture;

 

P)

Year

of manufacture;

and

17

IDENTIFICATION

 

4)

The

word

‘suitable

for

outdoor

use’

or

17.1

Manufacturer’s

Identification

 

‘suitable

for

low

temperature’,

wherever

The manufacturer shall be identified throughout

 

applicable.

 

the length of the cable by means of a tape bearing

18.2.1

The

cable

(packed

coil,

reel,

drum

or

the manufacturer’s name or trade-mark, or by manufacturer’s name or tradesmark being printed,

label ) may

Mark.

.

also

.

be

marked

with

the

Standard

name or tradesmark being printed, label ) may Mark. . also . be marked with the

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Table

1

Construction

of

Conductor

SECTION

6

TABLES

( czuuse

9.1

)

Nominal

Cross-sectional

Area

Solid/Stranded

Flexibilit?

<‘Ias\

c

--h-_---_--_----.

Copper

Aluminium

 

mm*

mn

1

Up

to and

including

Up

lo and

including

Solid/Stranded

Class

I

(

Table

1

) or

6 mm2

 

10 mm?

Class

2

( Table

2

)

of

 

1s 8130

: 1984

 

Above

6 mm

Above

10 mm

Stranded

Class

2

( Table

2

1 of

 

IS 8130

 

: 1984

Table

2

Single-Core

PVC

( Chuses

Insulited

( Unsheathed

10.2 and 14.1 )

) Cables

Nominal Cross-

Area

of Conductor

Nominal

Thickness

Overall

Diameter,

Max

Nominal

Cross-Sectional

Area of Conductor

Ncminal

Overall

Thickness

of

Diameter,

Insulation

(ti

)

Mnx

 

mm

(3)

13’0

15’0

17.5

19’0

21’0

23’5

26’5

29’5

33.5

37’5

42’0

Sectional

of

Insulation ( 11)

I

 

mm’

mm

(1)

(2)

10

0’7

1’5

0‘7

2’5

0’8

4

0’8

6

0’8

10

I’0

16

1’0

25

1’2

35

12

*For

copper conductors

only.

 

Table

3

mm*

(1)

;1?:

I’4

1’4

I’6

1’6

I’8

2’0

2’.2

2’4

2’6

2’8

2’8

3’2

50

3’4

70

4’2

95

4’8

120

5’6

150

7’0

185

8’2

240

10’0

300

1 I’S

400

500

630

Flexible

PVC

Insulated

( Unsheathed ) Cords

(

CIuuscs

10.2 and 14.1 )

Nominal Cross-

Sectional

Area of

Conductor

mm’

Nominal

Thickness

of Insulation ( t I J

nim

(

1)

(2)

0’ 5

0.6

0’75

0’6

 

I

0’6

I’5

0.6

2’5

0’7

4

0 8

c------------

Single

Core

Overall Dimensions,

*------

Parallel Twin

Max

‘---

mm

(3)

2‘6

2’6~

5’:

2’8

2’8x5’6

3’0

3’0~

6’0

3’8

3’3x6’6

4’0

4’0 x 8’0

4’8

4’8x9’6

--,

Twisted

mm

(5)

52

56

60

66

80

96

Twin

Table

Nominal Cross-Sectional of Conductor

4

Area

Single

Core

( CIozrses 10.2

Unsheathed

FIexible

nnd 14.1 )

Seminal

Thickness

Insulation

(

f I

of

)

Cables

Overall~~;meter.

 

mm=

mm

mm

(

1 )

(2)

(3)

6

0’8

6’4

IO

I’0

8.0

16

I’0

9’6

25

I’2

11’5

35

I’2

13’0

50

I’4

150

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