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When testing 2L2.5 & 2L4 pyro what size should be recorded for the cpc when using the outer sheath?
 
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Guess, strictly speaking it depends on what material it is terminated into.
 

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Thanks UNG
 

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'MICC' for me. Whatever the actual csa, I'm sure it is going to easily meet requirements.
 

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Yes, the sheath CSA is bigger than that of the line conductor for all multicore MICC as far as I know so will be the correct size. It's only the method of connecting to the sheath that may restrict the size.

It think the larger single core cables have a sheath CSA smaller than the conductor.
 
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