0.6/1KV 4 Core Cable
- According to IEC and GB Standard
- PVC Insulation
- Approved by ISO, CCC, CE
- Place of Origin: Henan, China
- In Stock
- Number of Cores: 4
- HS Code: 8544492100
- Packing: 100 Meter
4 core cable is an electrical cable that contains four separate conductors. Each conductor is individually insulated and usually color-coded for easy identification. The specific uses of 4-core cables vary depending on their type, such as 4 core power cable for power distribution and 4 core armored cables for low-voltage exterior applications. Common sizes are 4 core cable 1mm,
4 core cable 1.5mm, and 4 core cable 2.5mm. We will send you 4 core cable price per meter
4 Core Cable Specification：
- Conductor: Plain annealed copper Class 5
- Insulation: XLPE or PVC
- Sheath Color: Black
- Temperature Range: Operating temperatures up to 90°C and short-circuit temperatures up to 250°C.
- Sheath: PVC
FAQs About 4 Core Cable
There are various types of four-core cables, each serving a distinct purpose. The following are common types and their applications:
- 4 core armoured cable: Suitable for various applications that may be subject to physical damage or environmental hazards; common specifications are 4mm SWA and 6mm 4 core swa.
- 4 core fiber optic cable: used in applications that require high-speed, reliable data transmission.
- 4 core speaker cable: commonly used for more complex, high-end sound systems that require bi-amplification.
- 4 core XLPE insulated power cable: can be used in heavy-duty applications such as industrial machinery and underground cabling.
- 4 core flex cable: ideal for applications requiring frequent bending; common types are control cable and trailer wire.
For more four core wire types and applications, please consult zw cable.
Wiring 4-core cables involves connecting the individual cores to the corresponding terminals of the device, which requires identifying the color code of the conductors. 4 wire electrical cable color code is brown for L1 (Live), black for L2 (Live), grey for L3 (Live), and blue for Neutral.
The main difference between 3-core and 4-core cables lies in the conductor number. The 4-core cable is designed with four separate conductors. The additional conductors provide greater wiring flexibility, allowing for multiple circuit configurations to meet the varying requirements of electrical system designs and installations.