What is the maximum temperature that the conductor can cope with according to DIN? (CU, CUZN, CUNI…)

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

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In principle, the temperatures occurring under load within a conductor differ according to what material is used. Pure copper has the best conductivity. However, the insulation used and the surface temperature affecting the insulation are also decisive for the maximum permissible temperature of a conductor.

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