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Overview

Our Raychem ELB-35-DB Dead Break Elbow 600/900A are fully shielded and fully submersible and meet the requirements of IEEE Standard 386. The Dead Break Elbows are interchangeable with other manufacturers’ products that conform to this industry standard. The molded semiconducting shield provides ground shield continuity per the requirements of IEEE 592. Meets IEEE 386-2006 specification requirements.

They are designed for use on extruded (XLPE or EPR) solid dielectric cable. The conductor range is from 1/0 AWG to 1250 kcmil for aluminum or copper conductors with insulation diameters from .930” to 2.145”. The Dead Break Elbows have a capacitive test point molded into the elbow body which provides a means of sensing voltage and provides an attachment point for test point fault indicators. 900A ratings (ELB-35-900 or ELB-35-910) can be achieved by ordering the kit with a copper shear bolt terminal.

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Key Features

  • Peroxide cured EPDM rubber ensures low tension set and high dielectric strength
  • 100% factory production tested for partial discharge and AC Hipot per IEEE 386
  • Optional capacitive test point provided on the elbow
  • Fits 35 kV cables up to 1250 kcmil
  • 900 A capability is available
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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Does TE offer any installation training for the Raychem Dead Break Elbows? 

Answer: Yes, our Raychem Dead Break Elbows, like all our separable connectors, are part of our hands-on installation training offer. Get more details on TE.com/trainingcenter.

 

Question: With what type of conductor can I use the Dead Break Elbows?

Answer: Our Dead Break Elbows can be used to terminate compact, stranded, solid conductors in copper or aluminum as well as extruded (XLPE or EPR) solid dielectric cables.

 

Question: What are the Dead Break Elbows manufactured from?              

Answer: Our Dead Break Elbows are made of the peroxide cured EPDM rubber ensuring low tension set and high dielectric strength.

 

Question: What is the voltage range the Dead Break Elbows cover?           

Answer: Our Dead Break Elbows cover voltages from 15 to 35 kV.

Features

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Product Type Features

  • Dead Break Connection Technology  Cold Applied, Separable Connector

  • Dead Break Connection Connector Type  Crimp, Mechanical

  • Bushing Type  600A

  • Insulation  Polymeric

  • Screened  Yes

  • Product Family  ELB-35

Electrical Characteristics

  • Dead Break Connection Voltage Class (kV) ≤ 35

Body Features

  • Dead Break Connection Conductor Material  Aluminum/Copper

Dimensions

  • Dead Break Connection Insulation Diameter (mm) 23.6 – 26.4, 24.9 – 28.3, 26.4 – 29.8

  • Cross-Section Range (AWG/kcmil) 1, 1/0, 2 – 350, 4/0

Operation/Application

  • Halogen Free  Yes

  • Free of Lead, Cadmium, Heavy Metals  Yes

  • Emission Free  Yes

  • Non-Toxic & Non-Corrosive Emission  Yes

  • Application Type  T-Connector

Industry Standards

  • Design Specification  IEEE 386

  • UL Rating  No

Product Availability

  • Dead Break Connection Product Availability  AMERICAS

Other

  • Installation Instruction  English

Reference Number

  • TE Internal Number CAT-ELB-35-DB

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