Shipboard VFD Cable

  • Rating Voltage:  0.6/1kV or8/3kV
  • Standards: IEC 60092-353. As well as IEC 60332-3-22, 60754-1/2, and IEC 61034, IEC 60331
  • Temperature Limits: 90° C.
  • Features: Fire and Flame Retardant,Low and High Temperature Resistant,High Dielectric Properties           

Cable Application





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Description of Shipboard VFD Cable

Shipboard VFD cable is a heavy-duty distributor and transmission line of power electricity. It is known to be resistant and withstand extreme conditions like humidity, cold, heat, weather, water, and many more. It is designed and created to produce safe and secure cables that are not susceptible to different factors that can hamper and damage the electrical wiring system of any cargo or ship.

Shipboard VFD cables offered by Guangming are a high-quality and most in-demand item in the industrial sectors. These are utilized in boats, and even in large water supply pumps because of their high water and pressure resistance. We ensure providing you with products of the highest caliber, exceeding your expectations, and meeting your requirements.


During shipboard VFD cables manufacture, it underwent a critical and extensive process, making this type of cable robust and of the highest-quality item on the market, based on its application capability.

Resistance to Extreme Conditions

Shipboard VFD cables are made to support large vessels, ships, and even water stations, to withstand the pressure and temperature of liquid materials and other conditions in its surroundings.

Affordable Pricing Value

Not only does it have long lifespan usage, but shipboard VFD cable is also at a very affordable value, wherein purchasing it in wholesale and bulk orders will give you delightful discounts.

Cable Features

The VFD cable is tinned copper conductor with screened copper tape material. With the combination of these two materials, this cable builds a high electricity transmitter and conductor for all components and systems. Its shielding can be made out of copper tape.

This shielding will prevent any disturbing noise while electric flows and current from the power source to different components. Through these parameters of shipboard VFD cables, the high-powered resistance to variations of critical conditions can be resisted.

Cable Construction

Based on the voltage provided via pin 5, the pulse width modulation power regulator creates a variable signal over pin 3 of IC2. Not like the other cable, this medium voltage VFD cable has a 3-phase H-bridge design that sends a computerized pulse to Chip ports. The system’s internal cycles are generally six times higher than the required rate, determined by the source rate for three-phase signals. For generating V/Hz parameters, a voltage-to-frequency conversion is utilized.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The most commonly used cable for VFD is single and multiconductor thermoplastic insulated cables. Although it can not keep up with the voltage of VFD, it can be resolved by using a high-quality thermoset. It is one of the compatible materials that can be used for VFD as it possesses impedance characteristics, a higher dielectric strength, and physical properties.

VFD cable was especially used to bring power to the motor that is mainly coming from the drive system. With this, it helps in extending the life of the motor, preventing the occurrence of unexpected damage and the costly amount to get it fixed, and enhancing the efficiency of the motor. Aside from these, it is also used for countering high-frequency emissions and gives mechanical protection.

One of the differences between EMC cable and VFD cable is that EMC cables were primarily designed to lessen the electromagnetic interference of the frequency of electricity in an electrical device. On the other hand, VFD cables were made to give AC motors the power they needed in order for them to properly perform their function.

Generally, the main difference between VSD and VFD is that a variable frequency drive (VFD) can be referred as to an AC drive only, while a variable speed drive (VSD) may be referred as to both AC drives and DC drives.  In VFD, the speed of the motor depends upon the frequency brought to the motor. On the other hand, the speed of the motor varies upon the voltage that is brought to the motor.