Eland Cables Cable Information (1)

SE0330 Cable

The SE0330 Cable is for track crossing signalling systems, manufactured to London Underground approved standards. It has a voltage rating of 600/1000V.

SSL-SE-0330 Cable Specification

SE-0330 cable is designed for to connect track-mounted signals, points and train stops, and can be laid directly on ballast. They are designed to resist the weathering, UV, water and oil present in their environment.

With solid Class 1 tinned copper conductors insulated in EPR (Ethylene Propylene Rubber), the SE0330 cable has a tinned copper wire braid to aid signal integrity and prevent electromagnetic interference. The Polychloroprene sheathing provides a robust protection from the installation environment.

They have a temperature range of -15oC to +85oC. They are supplied as 10-core cable with core cross-sectional area sizes of 1.85mm2. Additional information can be found on our attached datasheets, or support can be sought from our Rail and cable experts.

SE0330 cables for next day delivery from stock

Available in stock and for next day delivery to any part of London or the United Kingdom as standard, our SE330 cables are available for collection or for same day delivery for urgent requirements.

To find out more about Eland Cables' innovative solutions, including Network Rail signalling cables and our wider LUL-approved range. please visit our rail & metro industry section or call one of our rail specialists.

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Construction Table

  Rail LUL SE330 Cable CS SE0330 Cable



Class 1 Solid Tinned Copper


EPR (Ethylene Propylene Rubber)


TCWB (Tinned Copper Wire Braid)


PCP (Polychloroprene)

SE0330 Cable

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Product name Part No Cores Nominal cross-sectional area (mm²) Sheath colour Length (m)  
SE0330 CableSE33010x1.85101.85mm²Black