Low Voltage Cable Manufacturer in China

Honest Cable manufactures low voltage cables that are available in a wide range of armor or shielding options. You can guarantee that all our LV cables are designed with maximum performance and reliability.

  • Approved by different standards such as SGS, ISO, IEC, BV, etc.
  • Designed with LSZH sheathing, PVC, and XLPE insulation
  • Available in a wide variety of sizes
  • Custom and in-stock designs are available

Low Voltage Cable

Low voltage cable comes in different types, materials, and sizes depending on their application. These cables are designed with three components including providing outer sheath, insulation, and conductor. Applications that require low voltage wiring include network data, telephones, Wi-Fi, HD video, audio systems, computers, and more.

Here in Honest Cable, you can find low voltage cables ranging from 70V to 1000V. We also offer common voltages including 12V, 24V, and 48V. Honest Cable developed a wide range of LV cables that meet international stringent standards from CE, SGS, ISO, and more. We also provide customized solutions based on your application requirements.

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Technical Specifications and Construction
ConductorAluminum or Copper (plain, tinned, solid, stranded)
InsulationHalogen-free, HR PVC, XLPE, PVC, elastomer compound
ArmorSteel round wires, steel tape, aluminum formed wires, steel formed wires, etc.
Inner SheathPVC, FR, HR PVC, Zero-Halogen, etc.
Outer SheathZero-halogen, PVC, HR PVC, etc.
SpecificationsBS standards, IEC
DesignsCustom design available upon request
Aluminum Low Voltage Cables

Aluminum low voltage cables are covered with PVC or XLPE insulation. It is widely used for small commercial buildings and power distributions.

Control Screened Cables

Control screened cables are commonly used for signal transmission, regulation, control, measurement, and other industrial processes.

Low Voltage Solar Cables

We offer low voltage solar cables that are specifically designed for the interconnection of different power supplies within the solar panel arrays.

Rubber Low Voltage Cables

Honest Cable manufactures rubber low voltage cables with durability and fire resistance. These are widely used for portable electric equipment.

Panel Wire Cables

The panel wire cables are ideal to be used for electrical control solutions, machinery, manufacturing, and industrial control systems.

PVC/XLPE Power Cables

We manufacture PVC and XLPE power cables that are subjected to strict quality system testing. It is composed of tough rubber sheath and more.

LSHF Safety Cables

LSHF safety cables are commonly used for fixed installations. It does not emit harmful substances or gases to ensure equipment and user safety.

Low Voltage Armored Cables

Our low voltage armored cable is perfect for main distribution and industrial wiring. It features armored sheathing, UV stable, and water resistant.

Shielded Multi-Conductor Cable

Honest Cable manufactures shielded multi-conductor cables that is available in a spiral, braid, or foil shields for industrial applications.

Benefits of Low Voltage Cables

Long-Lasting
Long-Lasting

Our low-voltage cables are engineered to last for a long time. These are made from materials such as copper, aluminum, and more to withstand extreme conditions.

Custom Solution
Custom Solution

We can manufacture low voltage cables according to your material selection such as EPR, CPE, PVC, XLPE, and more. All our LV cables are built according to your needs.

Robust Construction
Robust Construction

All our low voltage cables are tested and certified to ensure that they can provide maximum performance for different industrial applications.

Corrosion Resistant
Corrosion Resistant

We provide low voltage cables that are made with copper or aluminum conductor that are highly resistant to corrosion even when used at an elevated temperature.

Features of Low Voltage Cables

  • Can operate under -40⁰C up to 90⁰C
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Ideal for fatigue damages
  • Heat, flame, and electrical resistance
  • Grease-resistant
  • Resistance to ozone
  • Mineral oil resistant
Features of Low Voltage Cables
Applications

Applications

  • Infrastructures
  • Fire alarm
  • Lighting
  • Telephones
  • Wi-Fi
  • Automation
  • Sound and security
  • Intercom
  • Security and surveillance
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • Thermostats, etc.
Why Choose Honest Cable as Your Low Voltage Cable Manufacturer
Why Choose Honest Cable as Your Low Voltage Cable Manufacturer

Honest Cable is a professional low voltage cable manufacturer that is certified by ISO9001, ISO 14001, and more. We offer wide range of LV cable stock, strict quality control, and OEM services.

What is a Low Voltage Cable?

Low voltage cables are electrical trimmings and wires used for fewer infrastructure applications including the internet, intercoms, security lines, phones, and more. Installation of low voltage cabling will determine the companies’ speed, dependability, and safety.

There is a variety of materials used for shielding and insulating LV cables. These materials include:

  • Elastomer compounds
  • LSF/LSOH
  • PVC
  • XLPE

To provide mechanical protection, the outer sheath is applied with steel or aluminum tapes.

What are the Main Types of Low Voltage Cables?

There are two main types of low voltage cables:

  1. Alternating Current or AC. These are safe and ideal to use for household and business electrical demands. This current type is characterized by its reverse current route.
  2. Direct Current or DC. This current type distributes electricity through a straight line. DC is widely used for smaller projects.
How Does a Low Voltage Cable Work?

Alternating current with low voltage cable rating ranges from 50V to 1000V and 75V to 1500V direct current uses electrical equipment that is connected through LV cables. Therefore, it is free from any electrical stress. Low voltage cables are ideal for several uses including telephones, Wi-Fi, surveillance, security, and more. Installation of low voltage wiring needs a qualified technician.

PVC and XLPE: Which Material is Best for LV Cables?

When choosing the right insulating material for low voltage cables, you should look for the following properties:

  • Provides low conduction loss
  • Non-flammable
  • Excellent dielectric strength
  • Superior mechanical strength
  • Non-hygroscopic

Two of the most common materials are PVC and XLPE. Below are the differences of the two materials:

XLPE

It is known as cross-linked polyethylene. Low Voltage XLPE cables are widely used for applications in which cables and wires are exposed to different conditions including:

  • Water
  • Abrasion
  • Stress
  • Dangerous chemicals
  • High temperature
  • High voltage

These types of cables are widely used for mining, plumbing, and other applications.

PVC

PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride. These are made using synthetic material including acetylene polymerization. PVC offers different properties over a wide range of temperatures including:

  • Insulating resistance
  • Excellent dielectric strength
  • Mechanical durability
  • Oxygen inert

Thus, it is widely used for home electrical operations and light installations.

How to Test a Low Voltage Cable?

Low voltage cables are tested to ensure the cable’s:

  • Conformity
  • Quality
  • Functionality

These cables are tested with the following:

  • Test conductor resistance
  • Insulation thickness
  • Sheath thickness
Can You Burry a Low Voltage Cable?

Yes. Low voltage cables can be buried especially for outdoor landscape applications achieving a clean look. When burying low voltage cables, the right equipment should be used.

What are the Factors to Determine Material and Construction of Low Voltage Cable?

Below are the three main factors to determine the construction and material of LV cables:

  • Insulation thickness depends on its working voltage
  • The conductor’s cross-sectional size depends on the current-carrying capacity
  • Outer sheath composition and form of the cable are determined by environmental conditions such as mechanical impact, water, temperature, and more.
What are the Difference Between Low Voltage and High Voltage Cables?

High voltage cables are commonly used for electric power transmissions. It carries electricity to switches, fixtures, power outlets, and more. Master or licensed electrician should perform high voltage cabling installations since it carries the risk of electrocution.

On the other hand, low voltage cables have less current. Therefore, it is ideal for the internet, fire alarms, and more applications with less infrastructural structure.

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