Characteristics of Heat Life
|Note:||In this catalog the values of permissible current and other characteristics are provided by the single-piece wire test and should be used only as a guide to select a wire or cable appropriate for low-voltage circuit for automobiles.
Those values vary depending on the use conditions, for example, that a several pieces of wires/cables are used in a bundle.
Please contact our sales department if you are using our wire/cable in the actual environment.
* This Arrhenius Plot is not recommended for actual use of wire at higher than rated temperature.
|Note: The characteristic of heat life defines the maximum hours required to keep over 100% of elongation of the insulation
(vinyl chloride, non-cross-linked heat-resistant vinyl, cross-linked heat-resistant vinyl and cross-linked polyethylene) at the specified temperature.