H07RN-F heavy duty rubber flexible rubber cables are available in single or multicore formats. They are designed for trailing or mobile power supply applications. Commonly used in generators, portable equipment, moving machinery handling equipment etc.
The tough rubber sheath renders this cable type suitable for indoor or outdoor applications including in wet and oily areas. For example on worksites, external stages, port areas and in severe industrial environments.
These H07RN-F heavy duty rubber cables are also refered to as HO7RN-F, H07RNF & HO7RNF.
PCP or Neoprene Rubber (Polychloroprene) Properties: this self-extinguishing compound has excellent resistance to oxygen, UV, ozone & water and very good resistance to acids, alkalis & solvents. It also has good abrasion resistance.
|Construction – H07RN-F heavy duty rubber|
|fine stranded plain or tinned copper conductors|
|ethylene-propylene (EPR) core insulation|
|black polychloroprene rubber (PCP neoprene) outer sheath|
|Technical – H07RN-F heavy duty rubber|
|conductor make-up:||class 5 (flexible fine stranded), see Stranding/Resistance page|
|bend radius:||6x overall diameter (O/D) fixed, 12x O/D flexing|
|voltage rating:||450/750V operating, 2500V test|
|current rating:||as per flexible rubber 60°C chart, see Current Ratings page|
|temperature range:||-25°C to +60°C operating, (some makes 80°C maximum)|
|should not be installed below 0°C|
|flame retardant:||according to IEC 60332-1|
|core identification:||2 cores = coloured to VDE 0293 without earth (green/yellow)|
|3-5 cores = as above with earth (inc. in core count), see Colour Codes page|
|7+ cores = numbered black cores with earth (inc. in core count)|
A printable specification is available here: H07RN-F heavy duty single/multicore rubber flex.
A similar cable with standard rubber sheathing can be found here: H07ZZ-F halogen free rubber
A temperature resistant & submersible version can be found here: Extreme H07RN-F 90°C
For more rubber flexible cables return to the Rubber or PUR Flex and Welding front page.