32A 4 Pin 415V H07RN-F Extension Lead x 5m
32A 4 Pin 415V H07RN-F Extension Lead x 5m is a 415V rubberised Three Phase extension lead designed to supply power to a variety of Three Phase equipment and machinery. The H07RN-F cable used for this extension also ensures extra protection against the elements. This is the Extension lead you would commonly use plugged into a 4 pin 32 amp 415 volt commando socket.
The cable used for this extension lead is 4.0mm x 4 Core H07RN-F Cable and it also includes an IP44 32A 4 Pin 415V plug and socket. The extension leads we build are ready to use upon arrival.
4 pin will give you three phase and earth, if you need a neutral you will need to purchase a 5 pin extension lead.
** PLEASE NOTE; Each current rating (16A, 32A, 63A & 125A) have a different sized plug and socket. This means that you can’t use a 32A lead for a device that requires a 16A, for example. If you’re unsure which lead you require, please check the device you’re trying to provide power to. **
HO7RN-F Cable are designed to provide high flexibility and have the capacity to withstand weather, oils/greases and mechanical/ thermal stresses. Applications for this cable type would include handling equipment, worksites, mobile power supplies, stage & audio visual equipment, port areas and dams. Also for use in drainage and water treatment, cold environments and severe industrial environments. They are certified to the standards BS7919 and CENELEC HD22.4 S4 which verifies their quality.
- Core Identification: Brown, Black, Grey, Green/Yellow
- 5 metre
- Voltage Rating: 450/750 Volts
- Temperature Rating:
– Fixed: -30°C to +60°C
– Fixed protected installations: +85°C
– Flexed: -15°C to +60°C
- Minimum Bending Radius:
– Fixed: 4 x Overall Diameter
– Flexed: 6 x Overall Diameter
- Insulation Thickness: 1.0mm
- Overall Diameter: 14.6mm
- Weight Per Metre: 0.336kg
- Current Rating: 35A (Three Phase AC)
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