Steel Wire Armor cable is a power cable worn with sturdy equipment, designed for power supply.
Internally and externally, in cable holes or buried directly in the ground, SWA is suitable.
It is also possible to use a metal cable connected to multiple devices to control the utility.
SWA cable – PVC
The SWA is a hard-wearing cable with copper conductors left for Class 2, XLPE (polyethylene bonded), PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) beds, aluminum or steel armor, and black PVC backbone.
Sometimes the SWA cable is called Booklet Armored Cable, Mains, or Power Cable.
SWA Cable power rating is 600 / 1000V.
SWA Cable – LS0H
The SWA Cable type of low smoke zero halogens or LS0H is made in the same way as the PVC SWA Cable – with brass, XLPE, and aluminum or steel.
The only difference is that the LS0HSWA cable has an LS0H bed and an LS0H backbone.
LS0H SWA cable is used in public places as the spine emits only very low levels of smoke and non-toxic halogen gases when exposed to fire.