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The significance of applying H07RN-F cable.


Throughout GOOD LIGHTINGs work light and flood light ranges, most of them have been applied with H07RN-F cable.

It is not only European end users are asking for this, but it becomes a trend and a symbol of using better quality materials.

Like 15W-400W our GO-Dolphin sport flood lights, they will be staying on top of the building, or mostly outdoor, this would require us to apply this series of outdoor flood light a better equipped cables.

Below I am showing you why we are buying H07RN-F, and what H07RN-F really means in realistic.

Application and Description

These cables are highly flexible and can withstand severe weather, oil, mechanical strikes and temperature and pressure. Applications include processing equipment, mobile power, worksites, stage and audiovisual equipment, port areas and DAMS. It can also be fixed in the installation of lime, temporary construction and residential barracks, drainage and sewage treatment, cold environments and harsh industrial environments. With a maximum operating voltage of Uo/U 476/825V in single-phase or three-phase systems and Uo/U619/1238V in DC systems, these cables are fire resistant, acid and oil resistant if Uo/U is 600/1000V in a fixed or protected installation environment.

Standards and Certification

CEI 20-19/4 / 20-35 (EN60332-1)

IEC 60245-4

CE low voltage 73/23/EEC & 93/68/EEC directive.

ROHS Certification



Multistrand soft bare copper conductor

Follow VDE-0295 Cl 5, IEC 60228 CL-5

Rubber insulated EI4 follows VDE-0282 Part 1

Color coding follows VDE-0293-308 and HD 186

Yellow-green ground cable (with three cores and above)

Neoprene sheath EM2


Operating voltage 450/750V

The test voltage is 2500V

Dynamic bending radius 6 x Ø

Fixed mounting bend radius 4.0 x Ø

The operating temperature is -25º C to +60º C

Fixed installation temperature -40º C to +60º C

The temperature that can be reached in short circuit is +200 º C

Flame retardant IEC 60332.1

Insulation resistance 20 MΩ x km