Generic nonlinear Conductors
These cable files were developed using published data from publicly available sources from the 1970’s.
All of the cable models that Power Line Systems has are posted on this site. If you do not find the cable you are looking for then you can contact your wire manufacturer and ask them for a cable file or properties to create your own as described in section 9.2 of the PLS-CADD manual.
Once you find the conductor you want simply click on it to copy it to your computer.
|Conductor Category||Last Modified||Description|
|AAAC||16-Mar-14||14:20||All Aluminum Alloy Conductor|
|AAC||16-Mar-14||14:20||All Aluminum Conductor|
|ACAR||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum Conductor Alloy Reinforced|
|ACSR||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced|
|ACSR_AW||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum Conductor Aluminum-Clad Steel Reinforced (Alumoweld)|
|ACSR_SDC||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced Self Damping|
|ACSR_TW||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced Trapezoidal Wire|
|Alumoweld||16-Mar-14||14:20||Aluminum-Clad Steel Wire|
|Copper||16-Mar-14||14:20||Stranded Copper Wire|
|Covered Line Wire||16-Mar-14||14:20||Insulated ACSR Conductors|
|Multiplex||16-Mar-14||14:20||Bundled Low Voltage Overhead Cable Neutral/Messenger Supported|
|Steel||16-Mar-14||14:20||Overhead Ground Wire and Guy Wire|
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