The structure of the high-voltage cable is like this, read it in one article - Newheek X ray Cable

The structure of the high-voltage cable is like this, read it in one article

The structure of high-voltage cables is relatively simple.
First of all, the innermost layer is the conductive cell, which is the carrier for high-voltage current and the component responsible for transmitting current.
There is a thicker insulating layer on the outside, which is the main barrier to protect the battery core. It protects the battery core from being exposed to the outside. It is the main component used to prevent current leakage, and it is also important for the high-voltage cable core to transmit current normally. ensure.
Further out is the shielding layer, and some people also become a metal protective layer, usually made of aluminum, mainly to protect the inner metal layer. In the process of current transmission, the discharge phenomenon is inevitable, and the metal protective layer is to shield this discharge phenomenon and protect the adjacent cable cells from being affected.
The outermost layer is the outer protective layer, mainly to protect the cable from being affected by the surrounding environment, so it requires a certain mechanical strength and corrosion resistance.


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