PVC insulated 8 core copper wire
- According to IEC and BS Standard
- PVC Cable
- Approved by ISO, CE, SGS
- Place of Origin: Henan, China
- HS Code: 8544492100
- Packing: 100 Meters
- Number of Cores:8
- MOQ: 500 Meters
8 core cable refers to an electrical wire that contains eight separate conductors or cores within a single cable sheath, each color-coded for ease of identification and termination. 8 conductor cable can be used in various applications requiring the simultaneous transmission of multiple connections or signals, and, depending on the specific application, there are many variations of 8 conductor wires, such as twisted-pair 8-core ethernet cable for data communications, multi-core control cables for industrial machinery, and 8 core yy cable used in telecommunications and so on. Common sizes include 8 core cable 1mm, 8 conductor cable 22 awg, and 8 conductor cable 16 awg.
8 Core Cable Specification:
- Voltage Rating: 300/500V
- Conductor: Plain annealed copper Class 5
- Insulation: PVC
- Sheath Color: Black
- Test Voltage:3KV/5Min
- Temperature Range: Max 80°C, Min -20 °C
FAQ about 8 Core Cable
Some common uses for 8 wire cables include:
Control systems: 8 core cables can be used to connect sensors, actuators, and other control devices in industrial automation systems.
Telecommunications and data networks: They transmit voice, data, and control signals in telecommunications systems such as telephone lines, fiber-optic networks, and data centers.
Audio and video systems: 8-conductor cables carry multiple audio and video signals, making them suitable for applications such as studios, theaters, and live event venues.
Security systems: In security and surveillance systems, 8-conductor cables are used to connect cameras, sensors, and control panels to enable real-time monitoring of security devices.
The main difference between 4-core and 8-core cables is the number of conductors (cores) in the cable sheath.
- The 4-core cable is designed to handle relatively simple applications easily.
- 8 core wires are used in applications that require more connections or are more complex, such as telecommunications, data transmission, industrial automation, or control systems with multiple control signals, and are more flexible