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  • Marine duplex wire refers to a type of marine-grade electrical wire that consists of two individually insulated conductors within a single cable. It is commonly used for low-voltage electrical wiring applications in marine environments.

  • Marine control cables are specialized cables used in marine applications to transmit control signals and operate various systems and equipment on board a boat or yacht. These cables are designed to withstand the harsh marine environment and provide reliable and precise control of different functions.

  • Marine flexible wire, also known as marine flexible cable or marine-grade wire, is specifically designed for use in marine environments. It is used for electrical wiring and connections in boats, yachts, and other marine vessels.

  • A boat power cord, also known as a shore power cord or dockside power cord, is a cable used to connect a boat or yacht to a shore power source. It provides electrical power from the shore to the boat, enabling the operation of onboard systems and charging of batteries.

  • Marine shipboard cables, also known as marine ship cables or marine shipboard wiring cables, are specifically designed for use in marine vessels and offshore platforms. These cables are used for power distribution, control, and communication systems on ships, including commercial vessels, naval ships, and offshore installations.

  • A marine power cord is a specialized power cord designed for use in marine environments. It is used to connect shore power to a boat or yacht, providing electrical power for various onboard systems and equipment.

  • The characteristics and requirements of marine electrical cable are as follows: 1. Fire resistance: As a closed environment, the ship has a high risk of fire. Therefore, Marine cables need to have good fire resistance and can maintain the normal operation of the electrical system in the event of a fire. 2. Oil resistance: there is often oil pollution in the ship environment, and the Marine cable needs to have good oil resistance and can work normally in the oil pollution environment.

  • Four core power cable structure characteristics:1. Four-core conductor: Four-core power cables are usually composed of four conductors for transmitting power signals. These conductors are usually made of conductive materials such as copper or aluminum.

  • A five core power cable is a cable with five conductors used to transmit power signals. It usually consists of five insulated conductors, an insulating layer, an insulating sheath and an outer sheath. Five-core power cable features include:1. Versatility: five-core power cable can transmit multiple power signals at the same time, which is suitable for the connection of a variety of power systems and equipment.

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