April 11, 2018

Cable for magnetic loop installation : BIMCABLE

BIMCABLE - magnetic loopBIMCABLE - magnetic loop

The essential parameter for choosing the right cable is its resistance, which must be adapted to the size of the loop and therefore to the surface area of the installation. This resistance depends on the cable cross-section.


It is therefore of primary importance to choose a cable with the right cross-section for the requirements of the installation. 

An error could prove catastrophic, requiring cable installation and removal.


In order to simplify the installation, AXCEB has created BIMCABLE – a variable cross-section cable. The cable consists of a conductor of 0.75 mm² and 7 conductors of 0.25 mm².


Using BIMCABLE, the installer no longer has to worry about the cross-section of the cable to be installed. He can use one single cable for all his installations. He varies the resistance of the cable to suit the surface area of the loop by connecting the 0.75 mm² conductor and by connecting 1 or more of the 0.25 mm² conductors.


BIMCABLE offers a variation in cross-sections from 0.75 to 2.50 mm². 

We recommend :


Area to cover Cable section required ACBIMCABLE cable connection
70 m² 0.75 mm² 1 x 0.75 mm²
70 à 100 m² 1.00 mm² 1. x 0.75 mm² 1 x 0.25 mm²
100 à 170 m² 1.50 mm² 1. x 0.75 mm² 1 x 0.25 mm²
170 à 500 m² 1.50 mm² 1. x 0.75 mm² 3 x 0.25 mm²
500 à 1000 m² 2.50 mm²

1. x 0.75 mm² 7 x 0.25 mm²


Specifications :

  • Cable consisting of a conductor of 0.75 mm² and 7 conductors of 0.25 mm².
  • Colour coding of conductors
  • LSZH sheath with blue piping for immediate identification
  • Euroclass D
  • Available on 1000m drums with cutting on request
  • Public price : 1390 € / KM

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