Nyvin type Electric Cables are usually used in Air Craft wiring. The aircraft industry is one of the potential user of these cables. The standard to manufacture and testing Nyvin cables has been derived from BS G 177 i.e. "Nyvin type of electrical cables for aircraft", issued by the British Standards Institution. Apart from Aircraft, in modern days, these cables are widely used in various application of Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) like Battery connections, Internal wiring, Battery Bank interconnections etc. Because of its efficiency, now a days, these cables are also used for Panel Board Wiring and other industrial applications.
These cables are suitable for use where, in continuous service, no combination of ambient temperature and conductor current produces a stabilized conductor temperature which exceeds 105 deg C. These cables are also suitable for fixed wiring in aircraft when temperatures up to -75 deg C are encountered, but are not suitable for severe flexing at temperatures below -30 deg C.
These cables do not support combustion. These cables are suitable for use in areas where ester-base fluids are present. Maximum working voltage is 600 Volts. Maximum frequency is 1600 Hz and operating temperature range is -30 deg C to 105 deg C.
Nyvin type single core electric cables are made out of Annealed Tinned Copper Conductor, Heat Resistant (HR105 DegC) PVC, Fiber Glass Braids, Nylon Braids, Nylon sheathing And Nylon Lacquer etc. These cables can be supplied in the form of wire or in the form of wiring harness / cable assemblies.