Solid PE Insulated & LAP Sheathed Jelly Filled Cables to RUS (REA) PE-39 (ICEA S-84-608)

Applications

The cables are designed for use as subscriber distribution cables and as connection between central offices. The recommended installation is in ducts.

Standards

RUS (REA) PE-39 (RUS 7 CFR 1755.390)

ICEA S-84-608

Construction

Telephone Cable - RUS(REA) PE-39,(ICEA S-84-608) ICEA S-84-608 - Telephone Cables
Conductors Solid annealed bare copper, 0.4/0.5/0.63/0.9mm, as per ASTM B-3/class 1 of IEC 60228.
Insulation Solid medium or high density polyethylene as per ASTM D 1248/IEC 60708.
Twisted Pairs Insulated conductors are twisted into pairs with varying lay length to minimize crosstalk.
Cabling Element Twisted Pairs.
Cable Core Assembly Cables of 25 pairs or less are assembled into cylindrical core. Cables larger than 25 pairs are assembled into units, which are then used to form the core. Units are identified by colour coded binders.
Core Wrapping One or more non-hygroscopic polyester tapes are helically or longitudinally laid with an overlap. These tapes furnish thermal, mechanical as well as high dielectric protection between shielding and individual conductors.
Moisture Barrier A layer of corrugated PE copolymer coated aluminium tape (0.2mm/8mil) is applied longitudinally with overlap over the cable core to provide 100% electrical shielding coverage and ensure a barrier against water vapor.
Sheath Black low or medium density polyethylene as per ASTM D 1248/IEC 60708, being able to withstand exposure to sunlight, temperature variations, ground chemicals and other environmental contaminants.
Ripcord Ripcord may be provided for slitting the sheath longitudinally to facilitate its removal.
Spare Pairs (optional) Spare pairs may be provided for large pair cables.
Continuity Wire (optional) One tinned copper drain wire may be longitudinally laid to ensure electrical continuity of the screen.

Optional Construction

Self-Support Cables A 7-strand galvanized steel strand is used as support wire. Black polyethylene sheath covers both core and support wire in a figure-8 construction.

Abbreviations

Electrical properties

Nominal Conductor Diameter mm 0.4 0.5 0.63 0.9
Conductor Gauge Size AWG 26 24 22 19
Maximum Average DC Resistance Ω/km / Ω/mile 140/225 87/140 55/88.6 27.0/43.4
Maximum Individual DC Resistance Ω/km / Ω/mile 144.2/232 89.5/144 56.5/91.0 28.0/45.0
Minimum Insulation Resistance @500V DC MΩ.km / MΩ.mile 1600/1000 1600/1000 1600/1000 1600/1000
Maximum Average Resistance Unbalance % 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
Maximum Individual Resistance Unbalance % 5 5 5 5
Average Mutual Capacitance nF/km / nF/kft 48.5-54.0
/14.8-16.5
48.5-54.0
/14.8-16.5
48.5-54.0
/14.8-16.5
48.5-54.0
/14.8-16.5
Maximum Individual Mutual Capacitance nF/km / nF/kft 57/17.4 57/17.4 57/17.4 57/17.4
Maximum Individual Capacitance Unbalance pair-to-pair pF/km / pF/kft 145/44 145/44 145/44 145/44
Capacitance Unbalance RMS pair-to-pair pF/km / pF/kft 45/13.7 45/13.7 45/13.7 45/13.7
Maximum Individual Capacitance Unbalance pair-to-ground pF/km / pF/kft 2625/800 2625/800 2625/800 2625/800
Maximum Average Capacitance Unbalance pair-to-ground pF/km / pF/kft 574/175 574/175 574/175 574/175
Maximum Conductor Loop Resistance @20°C Ω/km / Ω/mile 300/482 192/309 114/183.6 60/96.4
Impedance @1KHz Ω 994 796 660 445
Impedance @100KHz Ω 147 134 125 122
Impedance @512KHz Ω 120 118 117 116
Impedance @1MHz Ω 117 115 114 113
Maximum Average Attenuation @0.8KHz dB/km / dB/kft 1.64/0.5 1.30/0.39 1.04/0.32 0.74/0.22
Maximum Average Attenuation @1KHz dB/km / dB/kft 1.68/0.51 1.35/0.41 1.08/0.33 0.76/0.23
Maximum Average Attenuation @3KHz dB/km / dB/kft 3.18/0.97 2.52/0.77 2.01/0.61 1.42/0.43
Maximum Average Attenuation @150KHz dB/km / dB/kft 11.4/3.47 8.3/2.53 6.2/1.89 4.4/1.34
Maximum Average Attenuation @772KHz dB/km / dB/kft 24.3/7.4 19.4/5.9 15.4/4.7 10.8/3.3
Maximum Average Attenuation @1000KHz dB/km / dB/kft 27.1/8.25 21.4/6.52 17.5/5.33 12.8/3.89
Dielectric Strength          
      Conductor to Conductor (3secs) V DC 2400 3000 4000 5000
      Conductor to Screen (3secs) V DC 10000 10000 10000 10000
Minimum EL Far-end Cross-talk-Mean Power Sum          
      @150KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 61 63 63 65
      @772KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 47 49 49 57
      @1.6MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 41 42 43 44
      @3.15MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 35 37 37 39
      @6.3MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 29 31 31 33
Minimum Far-end Cross-talk-Worst Pair Power Sum          
      @150KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 57 57 57 59
      @772KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 43 43 43 45
      @1.6MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 37 37 37 39
      @3.15MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 31 31 31 33
      @6.3MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 25 25 25 27
Minimum Near-end Cross-talk-Mean Power Sum          
      @150KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 58 58 58 58
      @772KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 47 47 47 47
      @1.6MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 43 43 43 43
      @3.15MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 38 38 38 38
      @6.3MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 34 34 34 34
Minimum Near-end Cross-talk-Worst Pair Power Sum          
      @150KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 53 53 53 53
      @772KHz dB/305m / dB/kft 42 42 42 42
      @1.6MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 38 38 38 38
      @3.15MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 33 33 33 33
      @6.3MHz dB/305m / dB/kft 29 29 29 29
Nominal Insulation Thickness mm 0.15 0.2 0.26 0.3
Nominal Insulated Conductor Diameter mm 0.7 0.9 1.15 1.5

Mechanical and thermal properties

Temperature range during operation (fixed state) : -30°C – +70°C

Temperature range during installation (mobile state) : -20°C – +50°C

Minimum bending radius : 10 x Overall Diameter (unarmoured cables) ; 15 x Overall Diameter (armoured cables)

Colour code

Standard colour code is per ICEA S-84-608 given in Colour Code Chart.

Dimensions and weight

Solid PE Insulated & LAP Sheathed Jelly Filled Cables to RUS (REA) PE-39 (ICEA S-84-608)

Cable Code Number of Pairs Nominal Sheath
Thickness
mm/inch
Nominal Overall
Diameter
mm/inch
Nominal Weight
kg/km / lbs/kft
0.4mm Conductor, 0.7mm Insulated Wire
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-25P04 25 1.5/0.059 14.0/0.551 203/136
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-50P04 50 1.5/0.059 17.1/0.673 326/219
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-75P04 75 1.5/0.059 19.5/0.768 446/300
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-100P04 100 1.7/0.067 22.0/0.866 569/382
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-150P04 150 1.7/0.059 25.7/1.012 827/556
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-200P04 200 1.7/0.067 28.7/1.130 1023/687
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-300P04 300 1.8/0.071 33.6/1.323 1451/975
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-400P04 400 1.9/0.075 37.8/1.488 1876/1261
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-600P04 600 2.0/0.079 45.8/1.803 2781/1869
TP39-2YF(L)2Y-900P04 900 2.1/0.083 54.7/2.154 4057/2726
0.5mm Conductor, 0.9mm Insulated Wire
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-6P05 6 1.5/0.059 11.3/0.445 123/83
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-12P05 12 1.5/0.059 13.3/0.524 180/121
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-18P05 18 1.7/0.067 14.9/0.587 233/157
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-25P05 25 1.7/0.067 16.3/0.642 285/192
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-50P05 50 1.7/0.067 20.4/0.803 478/321
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-75P05 75 1.8/0.071 23.8/0.937 673/452
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-100P05 100 2.0/0.079 27.0/1.063 869/584
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-150P05 150 2.2/0.087 31.6/1.244 1273/855
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-200P05 200 2.4/0.094 35.4/1.394 1579/1061
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-300P05 300 2.5/0.098 42.5/1.673 2307/1550
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-400P05 400 2.5/0.098 48.4/1.906 3026/2033
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-600P05 600 2.5/0.098 57.9/2.280 4429/2976
0.63mm Conductor, 1.15mm Insulated Wire
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-6P063 6 1.5/0.059 12.6/0.496 158/106
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-12P063 12 1.5/0.059 15.1/0.594 240/161
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-18P063 18 1.7/0.067 17.0/0.669 317/213
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-25P063 25 1.7/0.067 18.9/0.744 398/267
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-50P063 50 1.7/0.067 24.3/0.957 696/468
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-75P063 75 1.8/0.071 28.2/1.110 984/661
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-100P063 100 1.9/0.075 32.2/1.268 1278/859
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-150P063 150 2.1/0.083 38.0/1.496 1898/1275
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-200P063 200 2.2/0.087 43.4/1.709 2405/1616
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-300P063 300 2.2/0.087 52.0/2.047 3516/2363
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-400P063 400 2.2/0.087 59.2/2.331 4614/3100
0.9mm Conductor, 1.5mm Insulated Wire
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-6P09 6 1.5/0.059 15.3/0.602 244/164
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-12P09 12 1.5/0.059 18.9/0.744 397/267
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-18P09 18 1.7/0.067 21.7/0.854 542/364
TP39-2Y(L)2Y-25P09 25 1.7/0.067 24.7/0.972 708/476
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