Submarine Cable Suppliers
- low voltage submarine power cable
- medium voltage submarine power cable
- high voltage submarine power cable
- Submarine Cables for Drawbridge
- Submarine Cables for Offshore Marine Oil & Gas
- Submarine Cables for Dredging
- deepest submarine power cables
- Custom XXXL Submarine Power Cable Designs for any industry, any type with Submarine power cable diameter up to 6 inches O.D.
Submarine power cable price list
To receive your submarine power cable price list please call 888-651-9990 or contact us via email now. We can supply you a price list either in price per foot, price per meter, or price per 1000 feet or thousands of meters. Whatever you need, however you need it just reach out to us now and request your Submarine power cable price list today.
Submarine power cable cost per km [ Submarine Power Cable Price per Ft.]
When it comes to the cost of submarine power cable per km, No one wants to purchase thousands or hundreds of thousands of feet of a very expensive cable product when they only need a few hundred feet. Even if the hundred feet costs 5 times more per foot than quoted, if we don’t need a million feet of cable this is the cost savings that the project requires. If I only need a short piece, not a mile of cable my submarine power cable cost per km is going to be more, but my overall cost to purchase is going to be far less.
Conversely, if we have a customer come to us such as Google or Facebook who tell us they need hundreds or thousands of miles of Submarine cable we will be able to offer a much cheaper cost of submarine power cable per km. In that case the price per meter, foot, inch, or mile will be substantially less than someone who only needs to make a small run of cable for a bridge or a pump.
Submarine power cable contract
Reach out to our sales team if you would like 1X Technologies to bid on your upcoming Submarine Power Cable Contract. We commonly work in partnership with the largest companies in the industry as their custom manufacturer so if you have a choice supplier in mind and you would like 1X to make your submarine power cable to fulfill your contract just let us know.
Submarine Cable History [submarine power cable market]
First submarine power cable [Submarine Cable 101]
As we have discussed, Submarine Power Cable and Submarine Communications cable are two different animals. When it comes to electrical submarine power cable, the very first submarine power cable to carry electricity was laid across the Isar River in Bavaria during 1811.
Amazingly, in 200 plus years we have seen exponential improvements in the capabilities of Submarine electrical power cables. Submarine power cables have evolved significantly since then, through developments in technology and design, ever increasing in capacity and length.
Offshore Submarine Cables
Submarine Power Cable Suppliers
High Voltage Submarine Power Cable [hvdc submarine power cable manufacturers]
Supplying you with the very best High Voltage submarine power cable manufactured using the highest quality equipment and manufacturing techniques ensuring you are buying a cable that will last a lifetime.
Supplying cables to meet global demand for energy is growing by more than a third over the period to 2035 (IEA World Energy Outlook, 2012). This has great significance for the distribution of power through the development of greater subsea high voltage submarine power cable.
1XTech Subsea Submarine power cables are used for transmission of electricity to islands, fjords and coastlines. Maritime conditions can be rough and sets high quality requirements for the products. We deliver this type of cable systems for all voltages from 600V up to 525 kV. Through our supply chain we have over 200 years of history in cable manufacturing we have demonstrated the durability of our solutions over and over again.
Low Voltage Submarine Power Cable [Instrumentation, RTD, Analog]
When you require Low Voltage Submarine Power Cable Suppliers to supply you with 150V through 600V applications 1X Technologies makes numerous custom low voltage submarine cable constructions. We produce 600V Submarine Cables with hundreds of conductors up to 6 inches in O.D.! Ask about our armored and unarmored heavy duty AquaFlex™ Compact Submarine Cable Line typically used for Instrumentation, RTD, Analog, and any other signaling or transmission you would use standard cables for, but we manufacture extremely durable versions that withstand saltwater submersion in the undersea environment. These cables are purchased with armor and without armor if an even more compact design is required.
Submarine cable installation [submarine power cable installation]
What does a submarine cable look like?
Submarine Cable Construction [ Underwater Cables ]
Construction of a submarine cable begins at the cable manufacturing facility. Materials are ordered in through the supply chain and trucked in to the manufacturing facility before construction can begin. Because Submarine cables are so large and typically very long, the truckloads of materials are fully loaded, 40,000 lbs worth of copper rod, galvanized steel for the armor, plastics for the cable jacketing, and many other components that go into the construction of a submarine cable.
Most people will never see a submarine cable being constructed but at 1X Technologies we make the very best submarine cables, submarine power cables, and custom sub-sea signal production components anywhere in the world.
- Waterproof Jacket 1
- Submersible Armor
- Waterproof Jacket 2
- Submersible Watertight Fillers
- Waterproof Jacketed Submarine Power Cable Conductors
- Submersible Waterproof Jacketed Control Cable Conductors
- Waterproof Jacketed Submarine Communications Cable Conductors
- Central member
- Many more components available, can be fully customized
Submarine Power Cable Manufacturers
When it comes to Submarine Power Cable Manufacturers, 1X Technologies is your best choice for American Made, high quality products when you need a short run 1000 Feet or less, or when you need a custom submarine cable with Power – Control – and Communications, we are you best Submarine Power Cable Manufacturers. We make custom submarine cable solutions for other leading manufacturing companies in the submarine submersible cable market because they do not make short runs or extra large custom constructions.
Additionally, when you need extremely long runs of Submarine cable for internet or other communications applications where Fiber Optic or Optical Fiber Submarine Cable is run, we are your top suppliers of standard submarine cable from some of the worlds top manufacturers of simple, every day submarine cable. We are both your manufacturers and your suppliers depending on what type of cable you need.
Submarine Power Cable Factory [ Custom XXXL Submarine Cables]
Our Electrical Submarine Power Cable Manufacturing capabilities are vast. Please visit “Manufacturing Capabilities” to learn more about the customization that you can buy in your undersea submersible submarine cable.
Submarine Power Cable Specification [submarine power cable catalogue, PDF, PPT]
When it comes to Submarine Power Cable Specification or submarine power cable catalogue, there is nearly an unlimited array of options you can choose for your project. We supply you with such a wide array of different Submarine Cable Specifications that you can literally dream it and we will make your vision a reality in submarine power cables. Your specification may call for differences in armor, conductors, jacket style, or many other changes that will make your submarine cable specification one of a kind.
Below is an example of a custom Combination Submarine Power Cable, Submarine Control Cable, and Submarine Communications Cable, all in one. Because the voltage is 2000 volts it would be referred to as a medium voltage submarine power cable. Medium voltage refers to cables that are 1000 volts through 46,000 volts (1 kV – 46 kV) for Power Distribution in submersible cables.
To order this style listed below with steel wire armor (SWA) typically we have to produce a few thousand feet and it is for ocean depths.
When it comes to riverbeds with depths under 500 feet when customers require short runs of cable, typically for a drawbridge application, we supply and manufacture a submarine cable which has a Galvanized Steel Interlocked Armor (GSIA) as opposed to the often more expensive steel wire armor.
Submarine DC power cable [Undersea HVDC cables]
DC Submarine Power Cable
Submarine Power Cable includes DC and AC types, they are mainly used in transmitting high voltage electric power from mainland to island, island to island and mainland to platform.
Submarine Cable Repair: when cost savings actually cost you Millions
Please keep Submarine Cable repair in mind when you are making your initial investment in your submarine cable, whether it be a submarine power cable or a submarine communications cable to please take all measures necessary to ensure you are buying quality cable and accessories.
You do not want to be worrying about submarine power cable damage or your cable snapping or something going wrong over and over again because you bought a cable made in china that has a low price tag, but that you have to replace 3 times. Below is an article from the Daily star which talking about a submarine cable continuously snapping.
Communication services to western world disrupted after cable that provides Internet to Bangladesh snaps again
Shared from The Daily Star article from Thursday, January 31, 2008 titled: BANGLADESH: Submarine cable snapped in Egypt
The country’s international telephone and internet communications were disrupted yesterday as the submarine cable that connects Bangladesh to the information superhighway was snapped in the sea near Alexandria, Egypt.
Sources in Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board (BTTB) said the Submarine Cable SEA-ME-WE4 was snapped in Alexandria, disrupting the country’s digital communications to the western world via Italy and France.
However, communications with Singapore and Malaysia were fully operational.
The submarine cable connects Bangladesh to the information superhighway at four points in Italy, France, Singapore and Malaysia.
According to BTTB, the line was supposed to be restored within early yesterday night.
This was the first time for Bangladesh that data communication was disrupted because of the submarine cable being snapped under the sea.
As bulk of data transmission relies on the connectivity with Italy and France, the BTTB gave alternative satellite support for telecom services while the Internet service providers (ISPs) gave backup services using Vsats. However, the data communication was very slow.
“But we are expecting restoration of the services. The consortium [that built the SEA-ME-WE4 cable] is taking care of the restoration work of the submarine cable,” said a BTTB high official yesterday afternoon.
“If it happened in the Bay of Bengal, we would not be able to restore the line because we did not ask for a restorable circuit during the installation. The consortium offered us the choice of installing these circuits which facilitate restoration of the line when snapped,but we did not take it to save cost,” he said.
The $35.1 million submarine cable was launched in 2006. Ever since there have been more than two dozen rounds of disruptions — all caused by problems with the on-land fibre optic line.
Each disruption deprives BTTB of $70,000 revenue per hour.
Sources said the SMW-4 cable has a capacity to handle 120Gb bandwidth, of which Bangladesh currently subscribes to 14Gb. The BTTB has already cashed in more than Tk 200 crore revenue through rental of bandwidth.
Again, please do not fall for the made in china price when it comes to submarine cable. The folks above wish they would have gone with a better solution on their cable after losing out on so much revenue. Accidents do happen and even the highest quality cables can get damaged but you want to be sure you are putting in the best product you can the first time. Your early cost savings could end up costing you many millions of dollars.
Additionally, keep in mind the environmental cost each time you are making these repairs have on submarine power cables design installation repair environmental aspects.
Submarine Cable Boat / Submarine Cable Ship walk-through Tour [ Submarine Cable Power Feed]
This is a very nice walk through tour of a communications submarine cable boat. The Submarine Cable ship tour is over 43 minutes long so if you have got nothing better to do and want to see a nice walk through as if you were there in person check this out.
From Wired: The entirety of the 100-metre-long ship, which was completed and made its maiden voyage in 2014, is structured around its cable store room. With a capacity of 9,000km (5,592 miles) of cable, the central room (cable tongue) is filled by hand. For its 20-day journey into the North Sea, the boat is being restocked with just 9km (5.5 miles) of undersea connections, a feat that takes several hours to load.
Seven men are required in the cabling room to physically grab and guide the cable around the outside of the room. On the deck above them, more engineers feed the cable through the boat and inspect its internal fibres. Before the Pierre de Fermat sets sail it must ensure the cable is operational; the onboard crew physically cut the cable with a Stanley knife blade to inspect and then test its data-carrying capability. Willy Poulain, the ship’s engineering leading, says onboard generators can produce 10,000 volts that are passed through a cable to ensure it is up to the job of transporting some of the world’s internet traffic.
Manufacturing and Supplying “Specified Undersea Cables” from the worlds top Submarine Cable Manufacturers
1X Technologies manufactures custom and specialized submarine power cables and combination submarine cables that includes Power, Control, and Communications. However, when it comes to deep sea internet submarine cables we work in partnership with some of the worlds top brands of submarine cables.
When these companies need a short run of submarine power cable or a custom construction they often come to us, and when our customers need a general, cheap, standardized submarine cable which typically applies to fiber optic or optical fiber style submersible submarine cables, we turn to our partners for a supply chain that is unmatched across the wire & cable industry.
Here is a list of some of the companies we can either partner with or produce equivalents to when it comes to your subsea cable designs.
Hengtong submarine power cable or Equivalent
Whether you need a supplier for Hengtong Submarine Power Cable or you need an equivalent product manufactured in the USA, 1X Technologies is your best supply chain partner for all your submarine cable, undersea cable, and submersible cable products.
Description From Hengtong’s website:
“Hengtong Marine Cable system,located in Changshu City, Jiangsu Province and only 68 nautical miles away from the Yangtze River estuary, is established by Hengtong Optic-Electric Co.,Ltd for submarine cable based R&D and production. It focuses on ocean engineering cables and accessories, such as submarine optical fiber cables, submarine power cables, optical fiber composite submarine cables, joint closures and etc. Hengtong will expand our annual production capability from current 2000km to 4000km at end of 2014 and 6000km in 2016. With 11 years of submarine cable technology, the design of Hengtong optical fiber submarine cable combined the advantages of domestic and foreign manufacturers, and the application of cage-stranded way maximized the reduction in internal stress of the steel wire. Hengtong’s generic optical fiber submarine cable, with double interior armored layer, and unequal diameter high-carbon steel wire with the unidirectional stranding process, formed a stable and compact structure, which effectively enhanced the hydraulic pressure and impact resistance capability, providing effective protection to the stainless steel unit, thus ensuring the long-term use of the optical fiber cable in deep sea. Hengtong Marine’s unique large length (continuous 21 days non-stop production, 35kM and above length without joints), large cross-section (110 / 220kv up to 3500mm²) high, medium and low voltage power cables, submarine cables, optical fiber composite submarine cables which have been widely selected and applied and rigorously tested in many major projects in the world.”
Contact us today for a specialized equivalent to Hengtong Submarine cable, made in the USA. Or, if you require an actual Hengtong Sub cable specification we will partner with you to supply this cable from your trusted American team at 1X Technologies, handling all the heavy lifting and translation to ensure the cable meets our extremely high standards.
Sumitomo electric submarine power cable or equivalent
If your project requires a specific cable which has already been specified or previously produced by Sumitomo Electric we can provide you with the best supply chain possible allowing you to order your Sumitomo Electric Submarine Cable from 1X Technologies, or depending on the design and quantity we can manufacture the cable as a short run here in the United States giving you an alternative or equivalent to Sumitomo Electric Submarine Power Cable.
More on Sumitomo Submarine Power Cables from their site:
“Since the completion of their first HVDC cable system in Japan back in 1979, we have completed a large number of HVDC cable projects. Of particular note are the 500 kV HVDC submarine cables installed across the Kii Channel in Japan, which is one of the world’s highest capacity HVDC cable system’s with 2,800 MW transmission capacity. In addition to conventional Fluid Filled cables, we have developed and commercialized 500 kV MI (Mass Impregnated) and 400 kV XLPE cable system for HVDC applications.”
Sumitomo Electric’s HVDC XLPE cable enables polarity reversal operations and also significantly higher operational conductor temperature (90°C) to that of MI cables. These features allow customers to achieve various benefits including reduced CAPEX, increased operational margins, polarity reversal operations with conventional LCC converter or combination of cable and overhead line in the same system. Our HVDC XLPE cable systems provide solutions to satisfy the customer’s various requirements.
Sumitomo Electric has an extra edge particularly in the field of long-distance, large-capacity, internationally linking DC submarine cables over which cable manufacturers are in fierce global competition. Owing to its capability of material development, Sumitomo Electric has developed the world’s top class DC insulator materials including nano-filler DC-CV insulator materials and polypropylene laminated paper (PPLP), and continues developing and producing DC cables capitalizing on its superiority in this field.
ABB, General Cable, Hitachi, Nexans, & J Power submarine power cable or Equivalent
When it comes to manufacturing custom XXXL large sized Submarine Power Cables 1X Technologies makes specifications exactly to our partners liking. Submarine Power cables from 1X Technologies are proven to be highly reliable and ABB, General Cable, Hitachi, Nexans, and J Power turns to 1X for short runs and custom constructions when delivery time matters.
If you require an equivalent to a particular specification or if you would like a quote on a cable to which you currently have the specification in hand just let us know and we will be happy to be your Distributor and supply chain partner anywhere in the world.
ABB, General Cable, Hitachi, Nexans, and J Power are some of the world’s most experienced manufacturers of large submarine power cables.
- Cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) cable systems for AC
- HVDC Light® cable systems for DC
- Mass-impregnated paper-insulated (MI) cable systems for DC
- Cable accessories
- Offshore cable laying, installation, burial and protection
- Project management and commissioning Submarine power cables
XLPE cables possess high chemical resistance to oil and solvents, excellent tensile strength and high abrasion resistance. The cables can withstand high short-circuit temperatures and the dimensional stability above 90ºC is very good. XLPE cables also have a high AC voltage breakdown strength.
ABB can also offer dynamic power cables which can accommodate the movement of floating platforms.
Submarine power cable map
Below is both an informational video showing you the worlds undersea internet cables as well as a list of Submarine power cable map locations you can view to see many of the worlds submarine cable mapped out. This is not exactly a Submarine Power Cable Map, and that is because Submarine power cable is also used in thousands upon thousands of other locations not listed below such as on nearly every bridge you cross, every time you drive over a river the bridge is often powered by a submarine power cable, which typically also has some type of control cable and also a communications cable within the same armored and jacketed cable. Submarine Power cables unlike normal undersea sub cables can often just be 100 feet down in a river bed vs thousands of feet down on the ocean floor.
Submarine Cables Maps (Both Submarine Power Cables & Submarine Communication Cables)
The below list is very comprehensive list you can use to view different locations that have Submarine Cable installed, but not all of it is Submarine Power Cable, much of it just being Submarine telecommunications cable for the internet.
- ACS Alaska-Oregon Network (AKORN)
- Africa Coast to Europe (ACE)
- Alaska United East
- Alaska United Southeast
- Alaska United Turnagain Arm (AUTA)
- Alaska United West
- Alonso de Ojeda
- America Movil Submarine Cable System-1 (AMX-1)
- American Samoa-Hawaii (ASH)
- Americas-I North
- Amerigo Vespucci
- Antillas 1
- Aphrodite 2
- ARSAT Submarine Fiber Optic Cable
- Asia Africa Europe-1 (AAE-1)
- Asia Pacific Gateway (APG)
- Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE)/Cahaya Malaysia
- Asia-America Gateway (AAG) Cable System
- Atlantic Crossing-1 (AC-1)
- Atlas Offshore
- Australia-Japan Cable (AJC)
- Australia-Papua New Guinea-2 (APNG-2)
- Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC)
- Azores Fiber Optic System (AFOS)
- Bahamas 2
- Bahamas Domestic Submarine Network (BDSNi)
- Bahamas Internet Cable System (BICS)
- Baltic Sea Submarine Cable
- Bass Strait-1
- Bass Strait-2
- Batam Dumai Melaka (BDM) Cable System
- Batam Sarawak Internet Cable System (BaSICS)
- Batam Singapore Cable System (BSCS)
- Batam-Rengit Cable System (BRCS)
- Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG)
- Bay to Bay Express (BtoBE) Cable System
- BCS East
- BCS East-West Interlink
- BCS North – Phase 1
- BCS North – Phase 2
- Bharat Lanka Cable System
- Bodo-Rost Cable
- Boracay-Palawan Submarine Cable System
- Brazilian Festoon
- BT Highlands and Islands Submarine Cable System
- Cabo Verde Telecom Domestic Submarine Cable Phase 1
- Cabo Verde Telecom Domestic Submarine Cable Phase 2
- Cabo Verde Telecom Domestic Submarine Cable Phase 3
- CAM Ring
- Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program (CARCIP)
- Caribbean-Bermuda U.S. (CBUS)
- Caucasus Cable System
- Cayman-Jamaica Fiber System
- CeltixConnect-1 (CC-1)
- CeltixConnect-2 (CC-2)
- Challenger Bermuda-1 (CB-1)
- Channel Islands-9 Liberty Submarine Cable
- Chennai-Andaman & Nicobar Islands Cable
- Chuuk-Pohnpei Cable
- Circe North
- Circe South
- Colombia-Florida Subsea Fiber (CFX-1)
- Columbus-II b
- Comoros Domestic Cable System
- Coral Sea Cable System (CSCS)
- Corse-Continent 4 (CC4)
- Corse-Continent 5 (CC5)
- Cross Straits Cable Network
- Crosslake Fibre
- DAMAI Cable System
- Danica North
- Deep Blue Cable
- Denmark-Norway 5
- Denmark-Norway 6
- Denmark-Poland 2
- Denmark-Sweden 15
- Denmark-Sweden 16
- Denmark-Sweden 17
- Denmark-Sweden 18
- Dhiraagu Cable Network
- Dhiraagu-SLT Submarine Cable Network
- Diamond Link Global
- Djibouti Africa Regional Express 1 (DARE 1)
- Dumai-Melaka Cable System
- East-West Submarine Cable System
- Eastern Africa Submarine System (EASSy)
- Eastern Caribbean Fiber System (ECFS)
- Eastern Light
- Elektra-GlobalConnect 1 (GC1)
- Emerald Bridge Fibres
- Energinet Laeso-Varberg
- Energinet Lyngsa-Laeso
- Europe India Gateway (EIG)
- Far East Submarine Cable System
- Farland North
- Fehmarn Bält
- Fiber Optic Gulf (FOG)
- Fibra Optica Austral
- Finland Estonia Connection (FEC)
- Finland-Estonia 2 (EESF-2)
- Finland-Estonia 3 (EESF-3)
- FLAG Atlantic-1 (FA-1)
- FLAG Europe-Asia (FEA)
- FLAG North Asia Loop/REACH North Asia Loop
- Flores-Corvo Cable System
- FOS Quellon-Chacabuco
- Gemini Bermuda
- Germany-Denmark 2
- Germany-Denmark 3
- Global Caribbean Network (GCN)
- GlobalConnect 2 (GC2)
- GlobalConnect 3 (GC3)
- GO-1 Mediterranean Cable System
- Greenland Connect
- Greenland Connect North
- GTT Atlantic
- GTT Express
- Guam Okinawa Kyushu Incheon (GOKI)
- Gulf Bridge International Cable System (GBICS)/Middle East North Africa (MENA) Cable System
- Gulf of California Cable
- Gulf2Africa (G2A)
- HANNIBAL System
- HANTRU1 Cable System
- HICS (Hawaii Inter-Island Cable System)
- HIFN (Hawaii Island Fibre Network)
- High-capacity Undersea Guernsey Optical-fibre (HUGO)
- Hokkaido-Sakhalin Cable System (HSCS)
- Hong Kong-Americas (HKA)
- Hong Kong-Guam (HK-G)
- i2i Cable Network (i2icn)
- Indonesia Global Gateway (IGG) System
- Interchange Cable Network 1 (ICN1)
- Interchange Cable Network 2 (ICN2)
- International Gateway (IGW)
- IOX Cable System
- IP-Only Denmark-Sweden
- Ireland-France Cable-1 (IFC-1)
- Isles of Scilly Cable
- Italy-Greece 1
- Jakarta Surabaya Cable System (JAYABAYA)
- Jakarta-Bangka-Bintan-Batam-Singapore (B3JS)
- Jambi-Batam Cable System (JIBA)
- Japan Information Highway (JIH)
- Japan-Guam-Australia North (JGA-N)
- Japan-Guam-Australia South (JGA-S)
- Japan-U.S. Cable Network (JUS)
- Java Bali Cable System (JBCS)
- Jerry Newton
- Kattegat 1
- Kattegat 2
- Kerch Strait Cable
- Kodiak Kenai Fiber Link (KKFL)
- Korea-Japan Cable Network (KJCN)
- Kumul Domestic Submarine Cable System
- Labuan-Brunei Submarine Cable
- Latvia-Sweden 1 (LV-SE 1)
- Lazaro Cardenas-Manzanillo Santiago Submarine Cable System (LCMSSCS)
- Lev Submarine System
- LFON (Libyan Fiber Optic Network)
- Libreville-Port Gentil Cable
- Link 1 Phase-1
- Link 1 Phase-2
- Link 2 Phase-1
- Link 2 Phase-2
- Link 3 Phase-1
- Link 3 Phase-2
- Link 4 Phase-2
- Link 5 Phase-2
- Lower Indian Ocean Network (LION)
- Lower Indian Ocean Network 2 (LION2)
- Luwuk Tutuyan Cable System (LTCS)
- Lynn Canal Fiber
- Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand (MCT) Cable
- Malta-Gozo Cable
- Malta-Italy Interconnector
- Mandji Fiber Optic Cable
- Maple Leaf Fibre
- Mariana-Guam Cable
- Mataram Kupang Cable System (MKCS)
- Matrix Cable System
- Mauritius and Rodrigues Submarine Cable System (MARS)
- Med Cable Network
- MedNautilus Submarine System
- Melita 1
- Meltingpot Indianoceanic Submarine System (METISS)
- Mid-Atlantic Crossing (MAC)
- Middle East North Africa (MENA) Cable System/Gulf Bridge International
- Miyazaki-Okinawa Cable (MOC)
- Moratelindo International Cable System-1 (MIC-1)
- National Digital Transmission Network (NDTN)
- Nationwide Submarine Cable Ooredoo Maldives (NaSCOM)
- New Cross Pacific (NCP) Cable System
- Nigeria Cameroon Submarine Cable System (NCSCS)
- North Sea Connect (NSC)
- North West Cable System
- Northern Lights
- Okinawa Cellular Cable
- OMRAN/EPEG Cable System
- Oran-Valencia (ORVAL)
- OTEGLOBE Kokkini-Bari
- Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS)
- Pacific Crossing-1 (PC-1)
- Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN)
- Palapa Ring East
- Palapa Ring Middle
- Palapa Ring West
- Palawa-Iloilo Cable System
- Pan American (PAN-AM)
- Pan European Crossing (UK-Belgium)
- Pan European Crossing (UK-Ireland)
- Pan-American Crossing (PAC)
- Paniolo Cable Network
- PEACE Cable
- PIPE Pacific Cable-1 (PPC-1)
- Pishgaman Oman Iran (POI) Network
- PLDT Domestic Fiber Optic Network (DFON)
- PNG LNG
- Polar Circle Cable
- Qatar-U.A.E. Submarine Cable System
- Quintillion Subsea Cable Network
- Russia-Japan Cable Network (RJCN)
- S-U-B Cable System
- Saba, Statia Cable System (SSCS)
- Saint Maarten Puerto Rico Network One (SMPR-1)
- Sakhalin-Kuril Islands Cable
- Samoa-American Samoa (SAS)
- San Andres Isla Tolu Submarine Cable (SAIT)
- Saudi Arabia-Sudan-1 (SAS-1)
- Saudi Arabia-Sudan-2 (SAS-2)
- Scandinavian Ring North
- Scandinavian Ring South
- Scotland-Northern Ireland 1
- Scotland-Northern Ireland 2
- SEACOM/Tata TGN-Eurasia
- Segunda FOS Canal de Chacao
- Seychelles to East Africa System (SEAS)
- Silk Route Gateway (SRG-1)
- Singapore-Myanmar (SIGMAR)
- Sirius North
- Sirius South
- Sistem Kabel Rakyat 1Malaysia (SKR1M)
- Skagenfiber East
- Skagenfiber West
- Skagerrak 4
- SMPCS Packet-1
- SMPCS Packet-2
- Sorsogon-Samar Submarine Fiber Optical Interconnection Project (SSSFOIP)
- South America-1 (SAm-1)
- South American Crossing (SAC)
- South Asia Express (SAEx2)
- South Atlantic Cable System (SACS)
- South Atlantic Express (SAEx1)
- South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL)
- Southeast Asia Japan Cable (SJC)
- Southeast Asia-Japan Cable 2 (SJC2)
- Southern Caribbean Fiber
- Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN)
- Southern Cross NEXT
- St. Pierre and Miquelon Cable
- St. Thomas-St. Croix System
- Strategic Evolution Underwater Link (SEUL)
- Subcan Link 1
- Subcan Link 2
- Sumatera Bangka Cable System (SBCS)
- Suriname-Guyana Submarine Cable System (SG-SCS)
- Svalbard Undersea Cable System
- Sweden-Estonia (EE-S 1)
- Sweden-Finland 4 (SFS-4)
- Sweden-Finland Link (SFL)
- Taiwan Strait Express-1 (TSE-1)
- Tamares North
- Tampnet Offshore FOC Network
- Tarakan Selor Cable System (TSCS)
- Tasman Global Access (TGA) Cable
- Tata TGN-Atlantic
- Tata TGN-Gulf
- Tata TGN-Intra Asia (TGN-IA)
- Tata TGN-Pacific
- Tata TGN-Tata Indicom
- Tata TGN-Western Europe
- TE North/TGN-Eurasia/SEACOM/Alexandros/Medex
- Telstra Endeavour
- TERRA SW
- Thailand-Indonesia-Singapore (TIS)
- The East African Marine System (TEAMS)
- Tobrok-Emasaed Cable System
- Tonga Cable
- Tonga Domestic Cable Extension (TCDE)
- Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) Cable System
- Transworld (TW1)
- UK-Channel Islands-7
- UK-Channel Islands-8
- UK-Netherlands 14
- Ultramar GE
- Ulysses 2
- Venezuela Festoon
- Vodafone Malta-Sicily Cable System (VMSCS)
- WARF Submarine Cable
- West African Cable System (WACS)
Submarine Power Cable Inter-connectors
In addition to the first attempt of Submarine Power Cable, we can look at the Submarine Power Cable Inter-Connectors across the world. In 1954 the world’s first submarine HVDC Cable, Gotland 1, was installed. This was 98km long from Gotland Island to the Swedish Mainland and had a capacity of 20MW. This changed how the world thought about submarine electricity transmission as it was realized that it was now possible to connect to other countries overseas that were previously thought unreachable. For more information on Submarine Power Cable Inter-Connectors advanced submarine power cable & interconnect forum.
The Forum states this is why you want to attend: “Submarine power cables remain to be the main tool for bulk electric power transmission across long distances. Therefore the need for innovation and further development of cable processes is significantly increasing every year. Gain practical insight into the methods of repair used in subsea cable operations. Analyse the importance of using real-time data to prevent failures and improve cable reliability. Understand how innovations and technologies can help reduce the cost of subsea interconnectors.”
We just think it is cool to get all the submarine cable manufacturers and suppliers together to discuss the business intricacies and the changes that are always taking place.
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Submarine power cable fault location
There are many new technologies needed to locate faults within submarine power cables. Truly, you will need to choose from a plethora of different methods depending on your cable, how it was installed, and what issues you are having currently. One great resource for Submarine Power Cable Fault location, finding and deciding what you will do is located here at research gate.
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