SiHF-C-Si

silicon multicore cable, halogen-free, Cu-screened, EMC-preferred type, meter marking

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Technical data
  • Special silicone-insulated cable with higher
    heat-resistance adapted to
    DIN VDE 0250 part 1 and
    DIN VDE 0285-525-2-83/
    DIN EN 50525-2-83
  • Temperature range
    -60°C to +180°C
    (for short time +220°C)
  • Temperature limit at the conductor
    in operation +180°C
  • Nominal voltage U0/U 300/500 V
  • Test voltage 2000 V
  • Breakdown voltage min. 5000 V
  • Insulation resistance
    min. 200 MOhm x km
  • Power rating
    at ambient temperatures up to +145°C
    acc. to DIN VDE 0100
    150°C - load value 100%
    155°C - load value 91%
    160°C - load value 82%
    165°C - load value 71%
    170°C - load value 58%
    175°C - load value 41%
  • Minimum bending radius
    flexing 10x cable Ø
    fixed installation 5x cable Ø
  • Coupling resistance
    max. 250 Ohm/km
  • Radiation resistance
    up to 20x106 cJ/kg (up to 20 Mrad)
Cable structure
  • Tinned copper conductor, to
    DIN VDE 0295 cl.5, fine wire,
    BS 6360 cl.5, IEC 60228 cl.5
  • Core insulation of silicone
  • Core identification to DIN VDE 0293-308
    - up to 5 cores coloured
    - from 6 cores, black with continuous
    white numbering
  • GN-YE conductor, 3 cores and above
  • Cores stranded in layers with
    optimal lay length
  • Inner sheath of silicone
  • Tinned copper braided screen,
    approx. 85% coverage
  • Outer sheath of silicone
  • Sheath colour: preferentially redbrown
  • With meter marking
Properties
  • Resistant to
    High molecular oils, fats from vegetables
    and animals, alcohols, plasticizers and
    clophenes, diluted acids, lyes and salt
    dissolution, oxidation substances, tropical
    influences and weather, lake water, oxygen,
    ozone
  • For laying as a fixed installation only in open
    or ventilated pipe systems as well as in
    ducts. Otherwise the mechanical properties
    of the silicon are reduced by the enclosed
    air at temperatures exceeding 90°C.
Tests
  • Halogen-free
    acc. to DIN VDE 0482 part 267,
    DIN EN 50267-2-2, IEC 60754-2
    (equivalent DIN VDE 0472 part 813)
  • Behaviour in fire
    no flame propagation acc. to
    DIN VDE 0482-332-1-2,
    DIN EN 60332-1-2,IEC 60332-1 (equivalent
    DIN VDE 0472 part 804 test method B)
Note
  • G = with green-yellow conductor
    x = without green-yellow conductor
  • AWG sizes are approximate equivalent
    values. The actual cross section is in mm².
  • unscreened analoguetype:
    SiHF
Application
Silicone-rubber-insulated cables are used for all applications where the cable insulation is subjected to high temperature fluctuations. These cables are heat-resistant for continuous use at temperatures up to +180°C, as well as for short periods of time at +220°C. Silicone-rubber-insulated cables can also be used at low temperatures down to -60°C because of the excellent weathering resistance of the material. These cables are halogen-free and hence are particularly suitable for applications in iron and steel works, rolling mills, foundries, in aircraft construction and ship building, as well as in cement, glass and ceramic plants. Silicone-rubber-insulated cables have demonstrated proven applications in projector and high-power lighting fixtures as well as all types of heating equipment. An interference-free transmission of signals and pulse is assured by the high screening density. The ideal interference-protected silicone multicore flexible cable for such applications as given above.
EMC = Electromagnetic compatibility
To optimize the EMC features we recommend a large round contact of the copper braiding on both ends.
CE = Product conforms with Low-Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU.
Downloads
Data sheet
Certificate of compliance

Part no.

No.cores x
cross-sec.
mm²

Outer Ø

approx. mm

Cop.
weight

kg / km

Weight

approx. kg / km

AWG-No.

23151

2 x 0,5

8,0

55,5

101,0

20

23152

3 G 0,5

8,3

60,8

118,0

20

23153

4 G 0,5

9,1

66,5

131,0

20

23154

5 G 0,5

9,9

81,6

153,0

20

23155

7 G 0,5

10,9

92,2

173,0

20

23156

10 G 0,5

12,8

124,0

242,0

20

23157

12 G 0,5

13,5

134,4

263,0

20

23158

16 G 0,5

15,1

170,2

326,0

20

23159

18 G 0,5

15,9

181,0

351,0

20

23291

25 G 0,5

18,5

230,1

348,0

20

23160

2 x 0,75

9,0

61,4

124,0

19

23161

3 G 0,75

9,4

69,1

136,0

19

23162

4 G 0,75

10,4

86,7

159,0

19

23163

5 G 0,75

11,3

95,2

180,0

19

23164

7 G 0,75

12,0

113,3

212,0

19

23165

10 G 0,75

13,9

165,2

306,0

19

23166

12 G 0,75

15,2

180,3

333,0

19

23167

16 G 0,75

16,9

212,2

418,0

19

23168

18 G 0,75

18,0

282,1

453,0

19

23292

25 G 0,75

20,8

297,4

468,0

19

23169

2 x 1

9,4

66,7

132,0

18

23170

3 G 1

9,8

86,2

153,0

18

23171

4 G 1

11,1

96,8

173,0

18

23172

5 G 1

12,0

108,3

202,0

18

23173

7 G 1

12,7

141,2

243,0

18

23174

10 G 1

14,7

190,0

238,0

18

23175

12 G 1

15,8

209,8

371,0

18

23176

16 G 1

17,4

251,8

468,0

18

23177

18 G 1

18,5

297,4

526,0

18

23293

25 G 1

21,8

329,0

559,0

18

23178

2 x 1,5

10,8

87,7

172,0

16

23179

3 G 1,5

11,2

103,5

198,0

16

23180

4 G 1,5

12,0

131,7

235,0

16

23181

5 G 1,5

12,8

148,5

281,0

16

23182

7 G 1,5

13,6

193,4

345,0

16

23183

10 G 1,5

14,7

268,5

482,0

16

23184

12 G 1,5

15,8

298,4

531,0

16

23185

16 G 1,5

17,4

362,3

662,0

16

23186

18 G 1,5

20,6

394,0

720,0

16

23294

25 G 1,5

24,2

488,2

791,0

16

23187

2 x 2,5

12,0

122,3

230,0

14

23188

3 G 2,5

12,9

147,7

275,0

14

23189

4 G 2,5

13,8

188,6

340,0

14

23190

5 G 2,5

14,8

214,9

394,0

14

23191

7 G 2,5

15,8

265,7

488,0

14

23192

4 G 4

16,0

294,0

520,0

12

23193

5 G 4

17,4

374,0

653,0

12

23150

2 x 6

15,8

171,0

350,0

20

23194

4 G 6

18,1

449,0

781,0

10

23195

5 G 6

20,0

563,0

982,0

10

23196

4 G 10

23,2

759,0

1294,0

8

23197

4 G 16

25,2

1180,0

1988,0

6

23198

4 G 25

31,0

1276,0

2995,0

4