How to distinguish the quality of photovoltaic line?

Solar energy technology will become one of the green energy technologies in the future. Solar energy cable is becoming widely used in China. In addition to the rapid development of government-supported photovoltaic power plants, private investors are also actively building plants and plan to put them into production and sell them globally. Solar modules. Many countries are still in the learning stage. There is no doubt that in order to obtain the best profits, companies in the industry need to learn from countries and companies that have years of experience in solar energy applications. The construction of cost-effective and profitable photovoltaic power plants represents the most important goal and core competitiveness of all solar manufacturers.

How to choose fiber optic cable for us?
1. Outer: Indoor optical cables generally use polyvinyl or flame-retardant polyvinyl. The appearance should be smooth, bright, flexible and easy to peel off. The outer skin of poor quality optical fiber cable is not smooth and easy to adhere to the tight sleeve and aramid inside.

The PE sheath of the outdoor optical cable should be made of high-quality black polyethylene. After the cable is formed, the outer skin is smooth, bright, uniform in thickness, and free of small bubbles. The outer skin of inferior fiber optic cable is generally produced with recycled materials, which can save a lot of cost. The outer skin of this kind of fiber optic cable is not smooth. Because there are many impurities in the raw material, the outer skin of the made fiber optic cable has many very small pits. water.

2. Optical fiber: Regular optical fiber cable manufacturers generally use grade A cores from large factories, and some low-cost and inferior optical cables usually use grade C, grade D optical fibers and smuggled optical fibers from unknown sources. These optical fibers take a long time to leave the factory due to their complex sources. It is often damp and discolored, and single-mode fibers are often mixed in multimode fibers. Generally, small factories lack the necessary testing equipment and cannot judge the quality of the fiber. Because such optical fibers cannot be distinguished by the naked eye, the common problems encountered in construction are: narrow bandwidth and short transmission distance; uneven thickness and cannot be connected to the pigtail; the optical fiber lacks flexibility and breaks when it is bent.

3. Reinforced steel wire: The steel wire of the outdoor optical cable of the regular manufacturer is phosphated, and the surface is gray. Such steel wire does not increase hydrogen loss, rust, and has high strength after being cabled. Inferior fiber optic cables are generally replaced by thin iron or aluminum wires. The identification method is easy-it is white in appearance and can be bent at will when it is pinched in the hand. The optical fiber cable produced with such steel wire has a large hydrogen loss, and after a long time, the two ends of the hanging optical fiber box will rust and break.

4. Steel armor: regular production companies use double-sided brushed anti-corrosion paint longitudinally wrapped pattern steel strips, inferior optical cables use ordinary iron sheet, usually only one side of the anti-rust treatment.

5. Loose tube: The loose tube of the optical fiber in the optical cable should be made of PBT material, which has high strength, no deformation and anti-aging. Inferior fiber optic cables generally use PVC as the sleeve. The outer diameter of such a sleeve is very thin, and it is flattened by pinching it with the hand. It is a bit like a straw for drinking.

6. Fiber paste: The fiber paste in the outdoor optical cable can prevent the fiber from oxidizing. Due to moisture ingress and dampness, the fiber paste used in inferior fibers is very small, which seriously affects the life of the fiber.

7. Aramid: Also known as Kevlar, it is a high-strength chemical fiber that is currently used most in the military industry. Military helmets and bulletproof vests are produced from this material. At present, only DuPont and the Dutch Akzo can produce them, and the price is about 300,000 tons. Indoor optical cables and power overhead optical cables (ADSS) both use aramid yarns as reinforcements. Because aramid costs are relatively high, inferior indoor optical cables generally have a very thin outer diameter, which can save costs by using fewer strands of aramid. Such optical cables are easily broken when they are threaded through the tube. Because ADSS optical cable determines the amount of aramid fiber used in the optical cable according to the span and wind speed per second, it is generally not afraid to cut corners.

What are the common types of aluminum alloy cables

Aluminum alloy cable (abbreviation: alloy cable) is different from the traditional copper core cable. This aluminum alloy cable uses high elongation aluminum alloy material. The pure aluminum is added with iron and other materials, and undergoes a compact stranding process and special Annealing treatment can “squeeze” the voids in the alloy aluminum to reduce the cross-sectional area, so that the cable has better flexibility. The safety performance of this kind of aluminum alloy cable is also better than that of copper core cable. When its surface is in contact with air, it can form a thin and strong oxide layer, which can withstand various corrosions. Even when overloaded or overheated for a long time, the stability of the connection can be guaranteed. To achieve the same electrical performance, the direct purchase cost of aluminum alloy cables is 40% lower than that of copper cables, and the general construction and installation costs can be saved by more than 20%.

1.Aluminum alloy (STABILOY) non-armored AC-XLPE insulated PVC sheathed cable:
AC-XLPE insulated PVC sheathed cable, aluminum alloy non-armoured cable is made of conductor, the cross-section specification is from 10mm² to 400mm², the core is grade compressed strand type, which fully complies with CSA C22.2 NO.38 about ACM alloy conductor Standards, also in line with the latest editions of GB 12706.1 and IEC 60502.1.
Aluminum alloy (non-armoured cables use cross-linked polyethylene insulation with a working temperature of 90℃ and black PVC outer sheath, which have a very wide range of applications where no armored mechanical protection is required. They can be used in non-combustible buildings, such as Feeder lines for lighting, sockets and other equipment in office buildings, hotels, shopping malls and factories.

Aluminum alloy cable is an aluminum alloy conductor specially developed for construction application cables. The safety performance, electrical performance, and mechanical performance of aluminum alloy cables have been tested by the China Quality Certification Center and the National Wire and Cable Quality Supervision and Inspection Center, and all meet the requirements of China’s National Standards (GB). Aluminum alloy cables have been successfully used in North America for more than 30 years and are advanced and mature technologies and products.

2.Self-locking armored cable:
ACWU90 is a highly flexible self-locking aluminum armored, PVC outer sheath, 90℃ cross-linked polyethylene waterproof insulated single-core or multi-core cable, with an equipotential bonding bare conductor. Because of the FT4 grade PVC outer sheath, ACWU90 can be directly laid and buried in the ground, and is suitable for corrosive environments and non-combustible buildings. ACWU90 reduces the construction difficulty and labor cost caused by pipeline wiring.

The alloy cable has been assembled in the factory with a highly flexible self-locking armor and a sealed PVC outer sheath. There is no need for pipelines and accessories and manual procedures such as intensive drawing, buckling and pipe threading. ACWU90 has passed the CSA certification and can be used in open or dark wiring in dry and humid environments, as well as in the first-level hazardous environment in zone 1 and 2, as well as the second and third-level hazardous environments. Laying method: Brackets, ladders, trays and cable clamps can be used for indoor laying. Outdoors can be directly buried, cable trench, cable tunnel and other methods. ACWU90 is equipped with calibration marks per meter to accurately determine the cable length.

Aluminum alloy cable, ACWU90 multi-core cable is made of conductor, and the cross-section specification ranges from 10mm² to 400mm². It is fully compliant with IEC 60502.1 and GB 12706.1 standards, and can also provide various specifications of low-smoke and halogen-free products according to customer requirements. Both AC90 and ACWU90 can be used as user incoming cables. The self-locking armored technology used makes the cables more flexible and easier to install than conventional armored cables. In fixed installation, the bending radius of the self-locking armored cable can be only 6 times the outer diameter of the cable.

3AC90 type multi-core aluminum alloy self-locking armored aluminum alloy cable:
AC90 is a highly flexible self-locking aluminum armored, 90℃ cross-linked polyethylene insulated single-core or multi-core cable, with an equipotential bonding bare conductor. The AC90 cable is assembled in the factory with high-flexibility self-locking armor, without the need for pipelines and accessories, and manual procedures such as intensive drawing, buckling and pipe threading.
AC90 type has been used in non-combustible buildings, such as office buildings, hotels, shopping malls and factories in the lighting, sockets and other equipment feeder lines, can be used as users on the ground and in dry environments as the incoming cable. AC90 can be installed on the cable tray (perforated tray, non-perforated tray and ladder frame), and can also be laid along the wall and the top by using a bracket or a cable clamp.
AC90 multi-core cables are made of conductors, with cross-sectional specifications ranging from 10mm² to 400mm². It has passed CSA certification and can be used for open or dark wiring in a non-humid environment, and has the same performance as pipeline laying. AC90 is a flame-retardant Class A, low-smoke and halogen-free type, which fully complies with the standards of IEC 60754, GB17650.1 and IEC 60502.1\GB 12706.1.


What should we pay attention to when installing cables?

Matters needing attention in Electrical cable installation:

1. Keep a distance of 2m when the mine cable is installed in parallel with the heating pipeline, and keep 0.5m when crossing.
2. When the cable is installed in parallel or across other pipes, a distance of 0.5m must be maintained.
3. When the cable is directly buried, the depth of the 1-35kV cable should not be less than 0.7m.
4. When the cables of 10kV and below are installed in parallel, the mutual clear distance is not less than 0.1m, the 10-35kV is not less than 0.25m, and the distance when crossing is not less than 0.5m.
5. The minimum bending radius of the cable must not be less than 15D for multi-core cables and 20D for single-core cables (D is the outer diameter of the cable).

6. Cable joints of 6kv and above.
A. When installing the cable terminal head, the semi-conductive shielding layer must be stripped off, and the insulation must not be damaged during operation. Knife marks and unevenness should be avoided, and sandpaper should be used to smooth it if necessary; the shielding end should be flat and graphite The layer (carbon particles) is removed.
B. The copper shield and steel armor of the plastic insulated cable end must be well grounded. This principle should also be followed for short circuits to avoid induced electromotive force at the end of the steel armor during unbalanced operation of three-phase, or even “fire” and burn the sheath Wait for the accident. The grounding lead wire should be tinned braided copper wire, and soldering iron should be used when connecting with the copper tape of the cable. It is not suitable to use a blowtorch to seal and solder, so as to avoid burning insulation.
C. The three-phase copper shield should be connected to the ground wire separately. Note that the shield ground wire and the steel armor ground wire should be led out separately and insulated from each other. The position of the welding ground wire should be as low as possible.
7. The basic requirements for cable ends and intermediate joints: a. Good conductor connection; b. Reliable insulation, it is recommended to use radiation cross-linked heat-shrinkable silicone rubber insulating materials; c. Good sealing; d. Sufficient mechanical strength, Can adapt to various operating conditions.

8. Electrical Power Cable end must be waterproof and corroded by other corrosive materials to prevent breakdown due to aging of the insulation layer caused by water trees.
9. Cable loading and unloading must use cranes or forklifts. Horizontal transportation or laying flat is prohibited. When installing large cables, cable cars must be used to prevent cables from being damaged by external forces or scratching the insulation layer due to manual dragging.
10. If the cable cannot be laid in time for some reason, it should be stored in a dry place to prevent sun exposure and water ingress into the cable end.

Types of medium and low voltage cable accessories

The main types of products that are currently used for medium and low voltage cable accessories are heat shrinkable accessories, prefabricated accessories, and cold shrinkable accessories. They have the following characteristics:

1 Heat shrinkable accessories

The material used is generally a blend of polyethylene, ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), and ethylene-propylene rubber. This kind of product mainly uses stress tube to deal with the problem of electric stress concentration. That is, the parameter control method is used to relieve the electric field stress concentration. The main advantages are light weight, easy installation, good performance and low price.

The stress tube is a kind of heat-shrinkable tube with special electrical parameters with moderate volume resistivity (1010-1012Ωcm) and large dielectric constant (20-25). The electrical parameters are used to force the stress at the power cable insulation and shielding fracture to evacuate. The stress tubes are more evenly distributed. This technology is generally used in cable accessories of 35kV and below. Because the stress tube will heat up when the voltage level is high and cannot work reliably.

The key technical issues in its use are:

To ensure that the electrical parameters of the stress tube must reach the values ​​specified in the above-mentioned standards, it can work reliably. In addition, attention should be paid to filling the air gap at the fracture of the cable insulation semi-conductive layer with silicone grease to eliminate gas and achieve the purpose of reducing partial discharge. Cross-linked cables will shrink greatly during operation due to poor internal stress handling, so when installing accessories, pay attention to the stress tube and the insulation shield to cover not less than 20mm to prevent the stress tube from separating from the insulation shield during shrinkage. Due to the small elasticity of heat-shrinkable accessories, air gaps may occur at the interface during thermal expansion and contraction during operation. Therefore, the sealing technology is very important to prevent moisture intrusion.

2 prefabricated accessories

The material used is generally silicone rubber or ethylene propylene rubber. The geometric structure method is mainly used to deal with the stress concentration problem. Its main advantages are excellent material performance, easier and faster installation, installation without heating, good flexibility, and greatly improved interface performance. It is the main form used in low-voltage and high-voltage cables in recent years. The disadvantage lies in the high requirements for the outer diameter of the cable insulation layer. The usual interference is 2-5mm (that is, the outer diameter of the cable insulation is larger than the inner hole diameter of the cable accessory by 2-5mm). The interference is too small, and the cable The accessories will malfunction; the interference is too large, and the installation of the cable accessories is very difficult (high process requirements). Especially in the middle joint, the problem is prominent, the installation is not convenient, and it often becomes the point of failure. In addition, the price is more expensive.

The key technical issues in its use are:

The size of the accessory and the size of the cable to be installed must meet the specified requirements. In addition, it is necessary to use silicone grease to lubricate the interface for easy installation.

Countermeasures for cable failure

Strengthen cable construction management.

The following points should be done during cable construction: a. Strengthen the handover and acceptance. Before laying the cable, verify whether the type, specification, and quantity of the cable are consistent with the design drawings, and conduct insulation tests, and do not use unqualified cables; b. Strengthen the management of cable laying facilities. In order to facilitate the installation and reduce errors, hang up the cable laying cross-section diagrams at appropriate places such as cable supports, pipe channels, shafts, and turns. Cable laying is strictly forbidden to twist, flatten the armor, break the protective layer and severely scratch the surface; for direct buried laying, parallel laying on and below the pipeline is strictly prohibited. C. Strengthen the management of cable head production and construction. When installing the cable head, avoid installing it in windy, rainy days or in a humid environment, and take measures to prevent dust when installing outdoors. The ambient temperature for installation must be above 0°C. The relative humidity is below 70%. For long-running cables, moisture and small impurities are very harmful, and are likely to cause water treeing and partial discharge. Therefore, attention must be paid to environmental humidity and dust during joint construction. Pay attention to cleaning the environment before construction. In summer, people who construct joints should wear gloves. If the humidity in the environment is too high, they should be dehumidified (increasing the ambient temperature or using a dehumidifier).Use a blower to dry the insulating surface before inserting the stress cone. When installing the cable accessories, insulation treatment is carried out on the spot. Except for the influence of climate on the installation quality, dust and debris in the environment will have adverse effects. Special attention should be paid to cleaning when installing cross-linked cables. When using a heat-shrinkable tube with a lamp, soot particles that are not fully burned in the flame will be attached to the surface of the tube, causing poor contact between the insulating layers, lowering the insulation level, and increasing the leakage current. Therefore, it is required to scrub the surface with solvent for every shrinkage of a pipe. The construction of the cable head should be continuous and the time should be shortened as much as possible. After production, the cable head is tightly closed, the filler is filled with full, no bubbles, and no oil leakage; the core wires are tightly connected, the insulating tape is tightly wrapped, and the moisture-proof paint is evenly brushed; the lead sealing surface is smooth, free of blisters and cracks, and ensure the correct phase sequence .

Strengthen the completion acceptance and data management. After the completion of the cable project, strict inspection and acceptance. Production management, operation and other departments shall carry out acceptance inspections in accordance with the “Code for Construction and Acceptance of Cable Lines of Electrical Installation Engineering” and other relevant standards.(For example:Aerial Bundled Cable ASTM B231 Standard)

With the further development of the construction and transformation of urban power grids, the utilization rate of power cables has increased greatly, construction quality has been improved, project completion acceptance and operation management of power cables during normal operation have been strengthened, and potential accidents have been reduced, which is of great significance to improving the reliability of power supply . The majority of installation and operation personnel have accumulated experience in practice and summarized them in time, which also greatly promotes the improvement of the level of installation and operation.

Overhead lines need “nine checks”

The inspection of overheadcable is one of the basic contents of the operation and maintenance of overhead lines. Defects can be found in time through inspections so that preventive measures can be taken to ensure the safe operation of the line. Usually, line inspectors should do “nine inspections” when inspecting overhead lines.
Check the pole tower. Check whether the tower is collapsed, tilted, deformed, decayed, damaged, whether the foundation is cracked, and whether the iron components are bent, loose, skewed or rusted. Check whether the wire length of the iron bolts or iron screw caps of the tower is insufficient, the screws are loose, the binding wires are broken and loose. Check whether there are bird nests and other objects on the tower.
Second, check the crossarm and fittings. Check whether the cross arm and fittings are displaced, whether they are firmly fixed, whether the weld seam is cracked, whether the nut is missing, etc.
Three check the situation along the line. Check whether flammable, explosive or strongly corrosive substances are piled on the ground along the line, whether there are illegal structures near the line, whether there are buildings and other facilities that may harm the line during thunderstorms or strong winds; check the poles and towers Whether to erect other power lines, communication lines, broadcast lines, and install broadcast speakers, etc.; check whether the lines are connected to electrical equipment without authorization.

Four check the route. Check the wires and lightning protection wires for broken strands, back flowers, corrosion, damage from external forces, etc.; check whether the distance between the wires, the ground and adjacent buildings or adjacent trees, sag, etc. meet the requirements, and whether the sag of the three-phase wire is unbalanced Phenomenon: Check whether the wire connector is in good condition, whether there are signs of overheating, severe oxidation, and corrosion.
Five check insulators. Check the insulator for cracks, dirt, burns and flashover marks; check the deflection of the insulator string and the damage to the iron parts of the insulator.
Six check lightning protection devices. Check whether the size of the protection gap is qualified and whether the auxiliary gap is intact. Check whether the external gap of the tubular arrester changes and whether the grounding wire is intact. Check whether the porcelain sleeve of the valve-type arrester is cracked, dirty, burned, or flashover marks, and the sealing is good. Check whether the down conductor of the arrester is intact, whether the grounding body is exposed by water washing, and whether the connection between the grounding down conductor and the grounding body is firm.

Seven check pull lines. Check the power cable for rust, slack, broken strands and uneven force on each strand. Whether there is any decay or damage to the cable pile and protection pile Whether the cable anchors are loose, lack of soil and sinking of soil irrigation. Whether the wire rod, wedge-shaped wire clamp, UT-shaped wire clamp, and wire-holding hoop are corroded, whether the nut of the UT-shaped wire clamp is missing, and whether the stop device of the turnbuckle is in good condition. Whether the pull cord is pulled into the wood pole at the binding place.
Switch equipment on eight check poles. Check whether the switchgear is installed firmly, whether there is any deformation, damage or discharge traces, whether the operating mechanism is intact, and whether the distance between the leads and the ground meets the regulations.
Nine check crossing points. Check whether there are new crossing points, whether the crossing distance meets safety requirements, and whether the original crossing points endanger the safe operation of the line. Whether the protective measures are perfect.

Wire and cable commonly used plastic

Commonly used plastics for wires and cables include polyethylene, cross-linked polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, polypropylene, polyolefin, fluoroplastics, nylon, etc.

Polyethylene is currently the most widely used and most used plastic. From the data in the table, it can be seen that polyethylene has low meson loss, high electrical resistivity, high breakdown field strength, good weather resistance, and good manufacturability. It is currently the best electrical Insulation Materials. However, due to its low operating temperature, it is mainly used as insulation for communication cables. Medium-density and high-density polyethylene have high strength and hardness, and their water permeability is low, and they are mostly used as cable sheaths. However, polyethylene has the biggest disadvantage, that is, it is easy to burn and has strong black smoke, so its application has brought many hidden dangers to the environment.

Cross-linked polyethylene is an excellent thermosetting insulating material formed by adding a cross-linking agent to low-density polyethylene. On the basis of inheriting many excellent properties of polyethylene, it has improved mechanical properties, weather resistance and allowable working temperature, thus becoming the best insulating material for power cables.

Due to the different cross-linking agents added, different cross-linking processes are formed. At present, there are three kinds of chemical cross-linking, warm water cross-linking, and radiation cross-linking that are most used. Chemical crosslinking is mainly used for medium and high voltage cables (such as 10KV and above); warm water crosslinking and radiation crosslinking are mainly used for low voltage cables (1kV and below).

The insulation performance of cross-linked polyethylene is closely related to its purity. High-voltage and ultra-high voltage cables above 35KV must be insulated with ultra-clean cross-linked polyethylene, which not only requires high purity of raw materials, but also requires high cleanliness of cross-linking process equipment and environment, and the process is stable and reliable.

It should be particularly pointed out that the insulation performance of polyethylene and cross-linked polyethylene has a “quirk”, that is, it is suitable for AC insulation, not DC insulation, especially DC high voltage will reduce its insulation life. Therefore, the DC cable insulation is mostly rubber insulation or oil-paper insulation. In addition, polyethylene and cross-linked polyethylene insulation have “hydrophobia”, and their breakdown is often related to the presence of water, that is, the formation of “water branches” under high voltage, leading to insulation damage. Therefore, when polyethylene and cross-linked polyethylene are used for the insulation of high-voltage and ultra-high-voltage cables, they are particularly “water-proof” during their processing, storage and transportation, and insulation extrusion, and there should be a water-blocking structure outside the cable insulation shield, such as metal jacket.

Polyvinyl chloride has good physical and mechanical properties and excellent process performance. It is the most used plastic in the 20th century. It is also the main insulation material and sheath material for low-voltage wires and cables. But entering the 21st century, PVC cable will gradually shrink or even fade out in the cable market. There are two reasons for this. On the one hand, people’s safety awareness has increased and they hope to adopt halogen-free materials, so many halogen-free materials have emerged. There is no doubt that it will become the new favorite of the 21st century cable industry and squeeze the market. On the other hand, PVC has five weaknesses: one is its high density, which is about 1.5 times that of cross-linked polyethylene, and its insulation cost is high; the other is its low operating temperature; and the third is its higher dielectric loss than cross-linked polyethylene. One hundred times higher; fourth, poor cold resistance (brittle at -15 degrees); fifth, toxic gas (HCL) is released during combustion. In recent years, the mechanical properties, electrical heating properties, and insulation resistance of cross-linked polyvinyl chloride developed in recent years have been greatly improved. Some small cross-section cables have been introduced into the market by irradiation technology, and they have been used in equipment and installation wires, high-voltage lead wires, automotive wires and building wiring. Application, but its shortcomings of halogen cannot be changed.

Several reasons for cable aging

The most direct cause of wire and cable aging failure is the breakdown of the insulation due to degradation. There are many factors that lead to the reduction of conductive insulation. According to actual operating experience, it can be summed up as the following situations.

1) Reasons for cable aging: external force damage. Judging from the operation analysis in recent years, especially in the high-speed economic development of Haipudong, a considerable number of cable failures are now caused by mechanical damage. For example, non-standard construction during cable laying and installation can easily cause mechanical damage; civil construction on directly buried cables can also easily damage cables in operation. l Sometimes if the damage is not serious, it will take months or even years to cause the damaged part to be completely broken down and cause a failure. Sometimes the damage is serious and a short-circuit fault may occur, which directly affects the safe production of the electric power and the power user.

2) Reasons for cable aging: insulation is damp. This situation is also very common, and generally occurs at the cable joints in direct burial or piping. For example: unqualified cable joints and joints made in humid weather conditions will cause the joints to enter water or water vapor. For a long time, water branches will form under the action of the electric field, which will gradually damage the insulation strength of the power cable and cause failure.

3) Reasons for cable aging: chemical corrosion. The cable is directly buried in the area with acid and alkali, which will often cause the cable armor, lead skin or outer protective layer to be corroded. The protective layer suffers from chemical corrosion or electrolytic corrosion for a long time, which causes the protective layer to fail and reduce the insulation. The cable is faulty. Chemical: the unit’s cable corrosion is quite serious

4) Reasons for cable aging: long-term overload operation. Overload operation, due to the thermal effect of the current, the conductor will inevitably heat up when the load current passes through the cable. At the same time, the skin effect of the charge, the eddy current loss of the steel armor, and the insulation loss will also generate additional heat, which will increase the cable temperature. During long-term overload operation, excessively high temperature will accelerate the aging of the insulation, and even breakdown of the insulation. Especially in the hot summer, the temperature rise of the cable often leads to the first breakdown of the weak insulation of the cable, so in the summer, there are more cable faults.


5) Reasons for cable aging: cable connector failure. Cable joints are the weakest link in the cable line. Cable joint failures caused by direct faults (poor construction) by personnel often occur. In the process of making cable joints, if there are original nets such as insufficient joint crimping, insufficient heating, etc., the insulation of the cable head will be reduced, which may cause an accident.

6) Reasons for cable aging: environment and temperature. The external environment and heat source of the cable can also cause the cable to overheat, insulation breakdown, and even explosion and fire.

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