Prysmian Protolon (SMK) LWL Cable

PROTOLON (SMK) LWL(N)TSKCGEWOEU CablePysmian (N) TSKCGEWOEU Medium Voltage Reeling Cable with Integrated Fibre Optics

The Protolon (SMK) LWL Cable is a flexible High voltage reeling cable suitable for festoon systems, for high to extreme mechanical stresses.  Typical installations of the cable will include areas which have high travel speeds, dynamic tensile loads, multiple changes of direction into different planes, churning on running over rollers and torsional stresses. Mainly for mobile equipment, e.g. fast ­moving container cranes, cranes, large mobile equipment and excavators. Also for application to which DIN VDE 0168 and 0118 apply: Open­cast and underground mining.

Cable Specifications

Standards :  DIN VDE 0250, Part 813, MSHA P­189­4; GOST R
Rated Voltage: 1.8/3 3.6/6 6/10 8.7/15 12/20 14/25 18/30
Max. permissible operating voltage in AC Systems (Uo/U): 2.1/3.6 4.2/7.2 6.9/12 10.4/18 13.9/24 17.3/30 20.8/36
Max permissible operating voltage in DC systems (Uo/U): 2.7/5.4 5.4/10.8 9/18 13.5/27 18/36 22.5/45 27/54
AC test voltage: 6.0 11.0 17.0 24.0 29.0 36.0 43.0
(according to DIN VDE 0250, Part 813)
Current carrying capacity: According to DIN VDE 0298 Part 4
High values are permissible in specific cases
Data transmission: Special design with fibre optics for trouble free transmission at high data rates
EMC: This cable exhibits extremely low interference level as a result of use a symmetrical three-core design with very narrow manufacturing rates.

Optical Specifications

Transmission data of the fibre-optics Graded Index Fibre
50/125
Graded-index fibre
62.5/125
Monomode Fibre
E9/125
Max. attenuation at wavelength 850nm 2.8 dB/km 3.3 dB/km
Max attenuation at wavelength 1300nm 0.8 dB/km 0.4 dB/km 0.9 dB/km
Max. attenuation at wavelength 1550nm 0.3 dB/km
Bandwidth at 850nm > 400MHz >400MHz
Bandwidth at 1300nm > 1200 MHz > 600 MHz
Numerical aperture 0.200+/­0.200 0.275+/­0.02 0.14+/­0.02
Chromatic dispersion at 1300 nm <3.5 ps/nm km
Chromatic dispersion at 1550 nm <3.5 ps/nm km

Thermal Parameters

Ambient temperature
– Fully flexible operation ­35°C to +80°C
– Fixed installation ­50°C to +80°C
Max. permissible operating temperature of the conductor 90°C
Short­ circuit temperature of the conductor 250°C

Mechanical Specifications

Dynamical tensile load at acceleration processes up to 30 N/mm² (acc. to: DIN VDE 0298 part 3: 15 N/mm²)
Max. permanent tensile load up to 20 N/mm²
Torsional stresses +/­25°/m
Minimum bending radii According to DIN VDE 0298, Part 3
Minimum distance with S­type directional changes 20xD (cable diameter)
Travel speed
– Gantry (reeling operation) No restriction. For speeds beyond 240 m/min please ask
Additional tests Reversed bending test, torsional stress test

Chemical Specifications

Resistance to oil DIN VDE 0473, Part 811­2­1 Para. 10
Weather resistance Unrestricted use outdoors and indoors, resistant to ozone, UV and moisture
Water compatibility According to HD 2216

Preparation of fibre­ optics requires special skills and use of elaborate tools. It is therefore recommended that performance of this work be undertaken by Prysmian. (Assembly at works) Please give the connection dimensions.

Cable Construction

Conductor and protective­ earth conductor (refer also to DIN VDE 0295) Electrolytic copper tinned, very finely stranded, class  FS
Insulation(refer also to DIN VDE 0207,Part 20) PROTOLON HSHigh grade special compound based on high­quality EPR (at least 3GI3); improved mechanicaland electrical characteristics.
Field control For designs from 3 to 30 kV: inner semiconductive layer of EPR, outer semiconductive layer ofmodified NBR, capable of being stripped when cold and thus extremely easy to prepare (EasyStrip design)
Core identification From 3.6/6 kV: natural coloured insulation with black semi-conductive layer
Centre element (cradle separator) special designed centre element for additional stabilizing purposes for the core arrangement (always at FO­cables)
Core Standard for reeling fibre­optic cables: Conductive EPR shaped core for additional stability
Fibre­ optics Fibre core diameter 62.5, 50 or 9µm; diameter across the cladding 125µm, diameter over thecoating 250µm
Fibre covering Specially developed color code for identification of the individual fibres
Fibre optic tubes Tubes filled with special gel, compound based on ETFE
Fibre optic arrangement six tubes, lay up in one layer, with one, two or three FO´s each and special support elementinto the centre
Core arrangement three core design with craddle separator in the centre, earth conductor splitted into 3 parts
Sheath system ­ PROTOFIRM Sandwich: double layer inner sheath  High grade special compound based on EPR, quality at least 5GM3, also served as  water barrier, colour: red­ Anti­torsion braid: reinforced braid made of polyester threads, in a vulcanized bond between  the sheaths. Resulting in high strength of the sheath system.­ PROTOFIRM Sandwich: double layer outer sheath  A sheath system with a unique combination of flexibility and robustness has been achieved  through the use of a new sandwich structure.Abrasion and tear­proof high grade special rubber compounds based on PCP, quality at least5GM5  colour: bright red/red
Marking PROTOLON (SMK) LWL (N)TSKCGEWOEU (number of cores)x(cross­-section) (rated voltage) (year of manufacture) (serial number)

Cable Ordering Information

No. Cores x
Nominal Cross
Section
Order No. Power / Earth
conductor diameter
Overall diameter
of cableMin. value
Overall diameter
of cable
Max. value
Approx. net weight
for 1000 m
Max. permissible
tensile force
(dyn. value)
mm mm mm kg/km N
3.6 / 6kV (N)TSKCGEWOEU   LWL: 6 G 62,5/125µm
3×25+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK3 081 7.1/4.2 39.9 42.9 2570 1500 (2250)
3×35+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK3 082 8.3/4.2 42.0 45.0 3000 2100 (3150)
3×50+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK3 083 9.9/4.2 44.8 47.8 3610 3000 (4500)
3×70+2×35/2+6LWL 5DK3 *** 11.8/5.0 48.8 52.8 4900 4200 (6300)
3×95+2×50/2+6LWL 5DK3 *** 13,8/5.9 54.8 58.8 5930 5700 (8550)
3×120+2×70/2+6LWL 5DK3 086 15.4/7.0 58.2 62.2 7110 7200 (10800)
6/10 kV (N)TSKCGEWOEU   LWL: 6 G 62,5/125µm
3×25+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK4 081 7.1/4.2 40.7 43.7 2610 1500 (2250)
3×35+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK4 082 8.3/4.2 42.7 45.7 3010 2100 (3150)
3×50+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK4 083 9.9 /4.2 46.1 49.1 3680 3000 (4500)
3×70+2×35/2+6LWL 5DK4 084 11.8/5.0 51.1 55.1 4810 4200 (6300)
3×95+2×50/2+6LWL 5DK4 085 13.8/5.9 56.1 60.1 6000 5700 (8550)
3×120+2×70/2+6LWL 5DK4 086 15.4/7.0 60.9 64.9 7410 7200 (10800)
3×150+3×70/2+6LWL 5DK4 087 17.2/7.0 64.8 68.8 8570 9000 (13500)
3×185+2×95/2+6LWL 5DK4 088  19.1/8.0 69.3 73.3 10160 11100 (16650)
3×240+2×120/2+6LWL 5DK4 090 21.8/9.0 76.7 80.7 12880 14400 (21600)
3×300+2×150/2+6LWL 5DK4 091 24.4/10.0 84.2 89.2 15880 18000 (27000)
8.7/15 kV (N)TSKCGEWOEU  LWL: 6 G 62,5/125µm
3×25+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK5 078 7.1/4.2 43.5 46.5 2860 1500 (2250)
3×35+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK5 082 8.3/4.2 46.1 49.1 3330 2100 (3150)
3×50+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK5 083 9.9/4.2 50.5 54.5 4210 3000 (4500)
3×70+2×35/2+6LWL 5DK5 084 11.8/5.0 55.2 59.2 5270 4200 (6300)
3×95+2×50/2+6LWL 13.8/5.9 60.9 64.9 6640 5700 (8550)
3×120+2×70/2+6LWL 15.4/7.0 64.4 68.4 7870 7200 (10800)
3×150+3×70/2+6LWL 17.2/7.0 68.8 72.8 9130 9000 (13500)
3×185+2×95/2+6LWL 19.0/8.0 74.1 78.1 10920 11100 (16650)
3×240+2×120/2+6LWL 21.8/9.0 80.8 84.8 13560 14400 (21600)
3×300+2×150/2+6LWL 24.4/10.0 87.7 92.7 16510 18000 (27000)
12/20 kV (N)TSKCGEWOEU  LWL: 6 G 62.5/125µm
3×25+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK5 531 7.1/4.2 46.6 49.6 3150 1500 (2250)
3×35+2×25/2+6LWL 5DK5 533 8.3/4.2 50.1 54.1 3810 2100 (3150)
3×50+2×25/2+6LWL 9,9/4,2 54.1 58.1 4610 3000 (4500)
3×70+2×35/2+6LWL 11.8/5.0 58.2 62.2 5640 4200 (6300)
3×95+2×50/2+6LWL 13.8/5.9 64.0 68.0 7050 5700 (8550)
3×120+2×70/2+6LWL 15.4/7.0 68.0 72.0 8360 7200 (10800)
3×150+3×70/2+6LWL 17.2/7.0 73.3 77.3 9840 9000 (13500)
3×185+2×95/2+6LWL 19.0/8.0 77.2 81.2 11410 11100 (16650)
3×240+2×120/2+6LWL 21.8/9.0 85.1 90.1 14440 14400 (21600)
3×300+2×150/2+6LWL 24.4/10.0 91.3 96.3 17810 18000 (27000)

 

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