What is the difference between high voltage cable and low voltage cable? - Newheek X ray Cable

What is the difference between high voltage cable and low voltage cable?

When we purchase high-voltage power supplies, we will generally be equipped with high-voltage cables, which generally do not require us to purchase them separately. But when our high-voltage cable is damaged, we have to buy a new high-voltage cable, instead of just buying a wire to use. So what is the difference between high-voltage cables and low-voltage cables? Can the two be mixed?
The distinction between high-voltage cables and voltage cables is to use the voltage that can be carried. The voltage below 1.8KV is called low voltage, and the voltage from 35KV to 110KV is called high voltage. We will not talk about other specifications today.
The obvious feature of the high-voltage cable is that it has a thicker insulating layer than the low-voltage cable. Generally, the insulating layer is more than one centimeter. At the same time, the high-voltage cable also has a metal shielding layer, which can be easily seen from the cross-section of the cable.High Voltage Cables


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