5000 MCM Cable Price – 5000 KCMIL Pricing.
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Wire & Cable applications for 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL.
5000 MCM Cable is a very rare size. So rare, that it is usually only utilized for a few distinct applications.
- First, 5000 MCM or 5000 KCMIL Subsea or Submarine Cable Applications.
- Second, 5000 MCM or 5000 KCMIL High Voltage Utility Power Cable.
- Third, 5000 MCM or 5000 KCMIL Custom Cable Applications.
- Fourth, 5000 MCM or 5000 KCMIL Building Wire.
1.) 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Subsea & Submarine Cable.
From Asia-Pacific to the Americas, and from Europe to the Middle East to Africa, 1X Technologies positions our capabilities at the heart of the development of power grids worldwide. Furthermore, helping major utilities in transmitting and distributing power to their customers through quality cables and wires. Additionally, unmatched in our manufacturing capabilities and with an unwavering commitment to R&D, we design, produce and install your submarine cables and systems, along with network components and value-added engineering services. Always aware of the need to minimize our impact on the planet, we’re constantly driving innovation in our industry. Specifically, we are always aiming to optimize our supply chain processes. Finally, we do everything we can to reduce your total cost of ownership and help you achieve sustainable, profitable growth when purchasing your 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Submarine Cable.
From the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Submarine Cable:
It is a common misconception that most global communication is accomplished via satellite. In fact, over 95 percent of international data and voice transfers are currently routed through the many fiber optic cables that crisscross the world’s seafloors. See U.N. Env’t Programme World Conserv’n Monitoring Ctr., Submarine Cables and the Oceans: Connecting the World, at 3, UNEP-WCMC Biodiversity Series No. 31 (2009) [hereinafter “UNEP Report”]. The earliest submarine cables carried telegraphic traffic. The first successful trans-Atlantic submarine cable – a simple copper wire – became operational in 1866, delivering about 12 telegraphed words per minute.
As technology and laying techniques improved, the submarine network expanded greatly. In September 1956, the era of submarine coaxial telephone communication began when two coaxial cables capable of carrying multiple voice channels came into service linking London and North America. Finally, in 1988, the first transoceanic fiber-optic cable was installed linking the U.S., the U.K, and France. Thereafter, the number of submarine fiber-option cables proliferated as they rapidly outperformed satellites in terms of the volume, speed, and economics of data and voice communication. Submarine cables are also an important means of power transmission—particularly in light of the ongoing development of offshore alternative energy generation facilities, such as wind farms.
Submarine cables clearly play a critical role in global communications.
For the United States, they provide connectivity between the contiguous United States and Alaska, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Marianas, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands – as well as connectivity with the rest of the world. They also support critical commercial, economic and national security endeavors. and they carry a majority of civilian, military and government offshore communications traffic.
The success of submarine cables owes much to treaties which have been negotiated since 1884. Submarine cables are also subject to domestic regulations by most nations, including the United States which has a broad suite of domestic regulations applicable to cable-laying, maintenance, repair and removal operations.
2.) 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL High Voltage Utility Power Cable
1X Technologies provides high-voltage underground transmission solutions from end to end. We offer you the complete array of High-Voltage cable products, installation services, tools and equipment to meet your specific needs. And we’re with you every step of the way with responsive service, unmatched engineering support. and onsite project management—a commitment that has resulted in zero cable failures with over seven million feet of HV cable installed.
When you need a high-voltage underground transmission, 1X Technologies is your best option.
1X Technologies LLC 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL HV Cable Features:
- XLPE HV Power Cables 69kV through 500kV with Copper and Aluminum conductors 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL. Copper or Aluminum is a matter of customer preference and required current carrying capacity.
- Shield wires, welded and corrugated sheaths, and composite laminate sheaths available in copper or aluminum cover all applications.
- XLPE cables through 500 kV.
- We offer nearly unlimited options such as integrated or external optical fiber for distributed temperature sensing, fire retardant cable jackets, and cables with the highest fault current ratings.
- Special executions include long lengths and pipe retrofit cables.
- Cables made to AEIC, ICEA, and IEC specifications.
3.) Custom 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL CUSTOM Applications
Simply put, whatever your specific need for a 5000 MCM Cable, we are ready to manufacture an excellent solution that will make you and your customer happy. Whether this custom cable is for Mining and Exploration or if it needed to complete a scientific venture, we are ready to show you just how excellent your choice was in choosing 1X Technologies to manufacture your 5000 MCM Cable.
Short Run Capability
Do you just need a short run of cable for your project? We specialize in manufacturing prototypes and short runs to help our customers when they need to finish a project or if they need to replace a damaged cable.
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4.) 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Building Wire Applications
Perhaps the most common use for our 5000 MCM Wire is for building wire applications. 5000 MCM Is often used as a large Copper or Aluminum Feeder cable in commercial and industrial electrical construction.
The most Common Types of 5000 MCM, 5000 KCMIL building wire.
1- 5000 MCM Copper, 5000 KCMIL Copper THHN / THWN-2
2- 5000 MCM Copper, 5000 KCMIL Copper XHHW -2
3- 5000 MCM Copper, 5000 KCMIL Copper XLP-USE RHH-RHW -2
4- 5000 MCM Copper, 5000 KCMIL Copper MV-105 MV-90
5- 5000 MCM Copper, 5000 KCMIL Copper URD
6- 5000 MCM Aluminum, 5000 KCMIL Aluminum MV-105 MV-90
7- 5000 MCM Aluminum, 5000 KCMIL Aluminum URD
8- 5000 MCM Aluminum THHN, 5000 KCMIL Aluminum THHN
9- 5000 MCM Aluminum XHHW, 5000 KCMIL Aluminum XHHW
10- 5000 MCM Aluminum XLP-USE, 5000 KCMIL Aluminum XLP-USE
5000 MCM conversion to 5000 KCMIL (MCM to KCMIL)
First, KCMIL is an abbreviation for a Circular Mil. A circular mil is a unit of area, equal to the area of a circle with a diameter of one mil (one thousandth of an inch). It’s important to note that MCM is a measurement abbreviation for one thousand circular mils. This is a historical measurement of electrical & electronic wire & cable gauge sizes that has been passed down through generations. Accordingly,
1 MCM = 1 kcmil = 0.5067 square milimeters. A mil is 1/1000 inch
Thus, 5000 MCM is equal to 5000 KCMIL. They are interchangeable when describing the gauge size, or AWG size of your electrical and electronic wire & cable. We manufacture cable using both 5000 KCMIL and 5000 MCM to describe the wire & cable sizes.
5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Wire and Cable Voltage
- 500 Volt / .5KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 600 Volt / .6KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 1,000 Volt/ 1KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 2,000 Volt / 2KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 2,400 Volt/ 2.4KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 5,000 Volt / 5KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 8,000 Volt / 8KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 15,000 Volt / 15KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 25,000 Volt / 25KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 35,000 Volt / 25KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 69,000 Volt / 69KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 138,000 Volt / 138KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 230,000 Volt / 230KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 400,000 Volt / 400KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- 500,000 Volt / 500KV 5000 MCM Wire, 5000 KCMIL Cable.
5000 MCM Cable Price per foot / 5000 KCMIL Cable Pricing.
Do you need a quick price on 5000 KCMIL Cable or 5000 MCM Wire? We can help with everything from clearance 5000 MCM pricing on overstock material to custom 5000 KCMIL pricing. Your pricing will depend on a variety of factors including:
- Total Footage required.
- If Copper or Aluminum is required. Copper will be more expensive.
- Shielding and types of shielding used.
- Insulation Type required.
- Shipping location.
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5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Voltage Drop Calculations
DC / single phase calculation
The voltage drop V in volts (V) is equal to the wire current I in amps (A) times 2 times one-way wire length L in feet (ft) times the wire resistance per 1000 feet R in ohms (Ω/kft) divided by 1000:
Vdrop (V) = Iwire (A) × Rwire(Ω)
= Iwire (A) × (2 × L(ft) × Rwire(Ω/kft) / 1000(ft/kft))
The voltage drop V in volts (V) is equal to the wire current I in amps (A) times 2 times one way wire length L in meters (m) times the wire resistance per 1000 meters R in ohms (Ω/km) divided by 1000:
Vdrop (V) = Iwire (A) × Rwire(Ω)
= Iwire (A) × (2 × L(m) × Rwire (Ω/km) / 1000(m/km))
3 phase calculation
The line to line voltage drop V in volts (V) is equal to square root of 3 times the wire current I in amps (A) times one way wire length L in feet (ft) times the wire resistance per 1000 feet R in ohms (Ω/kft) divided by 1000:
Vdrop (V) = √3 × Iwire (A) × Rwire (Ω)
= 1.732 × Iwire (A) × (L(ft) × Rwire (Ω/kft) / 1000(ft/kft))
The line to line voltage drop V in volts (V) is equal to square root of 3 times the wire current I in amps (A) times one way wire length L in meters (m) times the wire resistance per 1000 meters R in ohms (Ω/km) divided by 1000:
Vdrop (V) = √3 × Iwire (A) × Rwire (Ω)
= 1.732 × Iwire (A) × (L(m) × Rwire (Ω/km) / 1000(m/km))
Wire diameter calculations
The n gauge wire diameter dn in inches (in) is equal to 0.005in times 92 raised to the power of 36 minus gauge number n, divided by 39:
dn (in) = 0.005 in × 92(36-n)/39
The n gauge wire diameter dn in millimeters (mm) is equal to 0.127mm times 92 raised to the power of 36 minus gauge number n, divided by 39:
dn (mm) = 0.127 mm × 92(36-n)/39
Wire cross-sectional area calculations
The n gauge wire’s cross-sectional area An in kilo-circular mils (kcmil) is equal to 1000 times the square wire diameter d in inches (in):
An (kcmil) = 1000×dn2 = 0.025 in2 × 92(36-n)/19.5
The n gauge wire’s cross-sectional area An in square inches (in2) is equal to pi divided by 4 times the square wire diameter d in inches (in):
An (in2) = (π/4)×dn2 = 0.000019635 in2 × 92(36-n)/19.5
The n gauge wire’s cross-sectional area An in square millimeters (mm2) is equal to pi divided by 4 times the square wire diameter d in millimeters (mm):
An (mm2) = (π/4)×dn2 = 0.012668 mm2 × 92(36-n)/19.5
Wire resistance calculations
The n gauge wire resistance R in ohms per kilofeet (Ω/kft) is equal to 0.3048×1000000000 times the wire’s resistivity ρ in ohm-meters (Ω·m) divided by 25.42 times the cross-sectional area An in square inches (in2):
Rn (Ω/kft) = 0.3048 × 109 × ρ(Ω·m) / (25.42 × An (in2))
The n gauge wire resistance R in ohms per kilometer (Ω/km) is equal to 1000000000 times the wire’s resistivity ρ in ohm-meters (Ω·m) divided by the cross-sectional area An in square millimeters (mm2):
Rn (Ω/km) = 109 × ρ(Ω·m) / An (mm2)
You can find more information on calculating Voltage Drop at EC&M Magazine.
Industry Links for 5000 MCM / 5000 KCMIL Cable.
- Aluminum Association
- IEEE Power & Energy Society
- IEEE Industry Applications Society
- Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
- Insulated Cable Engineers Association (ICEA)
- International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE)
- International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
- National Electric Safety Code (NESC)
- Towers, Poles & Conductors (TP&C)