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1.1 Why do all connection and control cables feature two rated voltage ranges, for example U0/U 300/500 V?
1.2 How do you convert the alternating current voltage value (AC) of an ÖLFLEX® cable into the corresponding direct current voltage value (DC)?
1.3 Why can a cable not be loaded with the same current amperage when used in different ambient temperatures?
1.4 Can the steel wire armour of the ÖLFLEX® CLASSIC 100 SY also be used as EMC-compliant electromagnetic shielding resp. screening?
1.5 Is it possible to load a cable or wire with a voltage class of 300/500 V with a higher voltage for a brief period, provided that the testing voltage value is not exceeded?
1.6 What is the difference between a copper braid screening and an aluminium laminated foil screening?
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