The difference between high voltage cable and low voltage cable
Recently, many customers have purchased our high voltage cables. The difference between pressure cables and low-voltage cables is that they have an additional internal layer in the insulating sheath to control the electric field around the conductor.
When using X-ray high voltage cable, attention should be paid to prevent excessive bending. Its bending radius should not be less than 5-8 times of the cable diameter to avoid cracks and reduce the insulation strength. Keep the high voltage cable dry and clean at ordinary times to avoid oil pollution, moisture and harmful gas erosion, and avoid rubber aging.
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