35kV 630A T Cable Connector provides a fully screened and fully submersible connection when mated with the proper bushing or plug . For connection of polymeric cable to transformers, switchgear, motors, and other equipment with a premoulded separable connector. Optional capacitive test point allows for an easy check of the circuit status or installation of a fa ult indicator.These 36kV 630AT Cable Connector are made by EPDM with the good quality.
②T Cable Connector
③Continuous operating voltage
④Continuous nominal current
|Continuous nominal current||630A|
|Dynamic short circuit||27kA/4s|
Continuous Voltage Ratings
|Continuous operating voltage||35|
|Maximum Rating Phase-to-Phase||40.5|
|Maximum Rating Phase-to-ground||26|
|Impulse withstand voltage||200|
|Minimum Corona Voltage Level||26|
Scope of Delivery
·T Cable Connector
·Conductor cable lug
·Two head screw
·Installation Instruction Sheet
35kV Order Information
|Reference No.||Conductor cross section(mm²)||Stretch range over insulation(mm)||Cable Type||Size of stress cone|
NOTE：The ca ble range is the basic element for choosing the product’s type.The conductor size is just for a reference.
1.SEMI-CONDUCTIVE SHIELD INSERT: Semi-conductive insert is molded of semi-conductive EPDM and controls electrical stresses at nose of mating loadbreak product.
2.EPDM IN SULATION: High quality sulfur cured EPDM insulation is mixed and formulated in-house for com plete control of insulating rubber characteristics.
3.SEMI-CONDUCTIVE INSERT: Molded EPDM conducting rubber screen controls electrical stress.
4.GROUNDING EYE: Molded into the external screen for connection of an earthing wire.
5.STRESS RELIEF: The configu ration of the outer screen and the cable adapter provide cable stress relief.
6.CONDUCTOR CABLE LUG: Aluminum compression connector is sized to ensure a cooI running connector with maximumcurrent transfer.
7.IN SULATING PLUG : Molded epoxy insulating plug provides excellent electrical, thermal and mechanical reliability.
8.TWO HEAD SCREW: To make sure have a good contact with the apparatus bushing.
Figure 2:Product Structure Diagram