As the new energy crisis approaches, the urban context is evolving in terms of digital synergy: here the role of prosumers, a word that refers to those who are both producers and consumers of renewable energy, is becoming more and more important.
In a global context increasingly devoted to green energies, the photovoltaic field in Europe is about to experience a new moment of growth.
As proof of its efforts in terms of research and sustainable development, La Triveneta Cavi has designed the new harmonized photovoltaic cable H1Z2Z2-K, whose characteristics make it ideal for connecting and carrying energy to new generation panels. The H1Z2Z2-K cable is suitable for photovoltaic installations in industry, in public, private and industrial buildings, photovoltaic parks, lighting and work areas in general.
The H1Z2Z2-K cable, certified HAR and CPR (reaction to fire class: Eca) is a cable that offers high safety standards being flame retardant and LS0H (Low Smoke Zero Halogen). It also has a high resistance to UV rays and low temperatures with a guaranteed life cycle of at least 25 years (EN 60216-1). Available in Black and Red colors.
Characteristics of H1Z2Z2-K cable
-Maximum conductor temperature 120°
– Guaranteed life cycle: minimum 25 years (EN 60216-1).
– LS0H: Low Smoke Zero Halogen
– Flame retardant
– Fire reaction class: Eca
– HAR certification
– Excellent flexibility for an easier installation.
– UV and low temperature resistant
– Rated operating voltage – AC: 1000V and DC: 1500V
– Formations from 1×1,5mm2 to 1x120mm2
Ordinary lighting, which we very often take for granted, is a fundamental element in everyday life because it allows us to find our way out of buildings and regulates the operation of appliances and an unknown number of devices in hospitals.
It is now unthinkable to live without electrical and electronic devices. They are used in houses and offices, but also companies and businesses.
Until recently, renewable energies sources were an expensive choice that governments in industrialized countries had to finance to show their will to change to clean energy.
In a world governed by electronic devices, one of the problems faced by consumers concerns programmed obsolescence.
Even when they are turned off led bulbs may begin to produce a bright flicker and blink for a few minutes. How can you solve this problem?
The European Union has recently given the go-ahead to the PVSITES project, whose aim is to make the installation of new generation photovoltaic panels easier, thus encouraging a more massive diffusion.