ED-2C Low Voltage Porcelain Ceramic Shackle Insulator
Product Design Drawings
Product Technical Parameters
|Low frequency dry flashover voltage||kv||25|
|Low frequency wet flashover voltage||kv||13|
|Packing and Shipping Data|
Low voltage line insulators are used for insulation and fixing of power line conductors with power frequency AC or DC voltage below 1KV. There are mainly needle type, screw type, spool type, tension and tram line insulator, etc. Butterfly and spool insulators can also be used for insulation and fixation of conductors on low-voltage line terminals, tension and corner rods. Tension insulator is used for insulation and connection of pole stay wire or tension conductor.
In the transmission line, the pole must bear the transverse (horizontal) tension of long straight section of wire. In order to bear this transverse tension, the construction party often uses tension insulators. In low-voltage lines (below 11kv), spool insulators are often used as tension insulators. However, for high voltage transmission lines, pin or disc insulator strings are required to be connected to the cross arm in the horizontal direction. When the tension load in the line is very high, such as at a long span, two or more insulator strings need to be used in parallel.
Shackle insulators are divided into high-voltage Shackle insulators and low-voltage Shackle insulators.
The models of high voltage Shackle insulators are E-I, E-2, E-6 and E-10. Meaning of Pinyin in the model: e-Shackle porcelain insulator; The number after the dash indicates the rated voltage, in kV, and the new product is the overall dimension number.
The models of low-voltage Shackle insulators are: ed-i, ed-2, ed-2b and ed-3. Meaning of Pinyin in the model: ed - low voltage Shackle insulators; Numeric table after dash
The product size code is shown.