The difference between armoured cable and non-armoured cable
Armored cable
Armored cable mechanical protection layer can be added to any structure of the cable, to increase the mechanical strength of the cable, improve the anti erosion ability, is susceptible to mechanical damage and highly erodible areas designed for telephone cable. You can use any kind of way of laying, laying buried more suitable for rock area.
Armored cable is generally fixed laying power cable, popular is fixed in one place and no mobile, power line transmission of electrical energy.
Cable and armoured in addition to the above, can also enhance tensile strength, compressive strength and other mechanical protection to extend the service life.
Armored has certain anti external performance, can also be wary of worrying the rat, not for through armor causing power transfer problems, the bending radius of the armored to large, armored layer can be ground to protect the cable.
What are non-armoured cable?
non-armoured cable
Electric cables are usually composed by a few or several sets of wires in each group at least two twisted like a rope, cable, each wire are insulated from each other and often around a single central twist into, the bread is highly insulating cover layer.
Definition 1: by a single or a plurality of mutually insulated conductor and outsourcing insulation protection layer is made, will power or information from a transfer to another wire.
Definition 2: it is usually by a few or several groups of wires (each containing at least two) twisted like a rope cable, each wire are insulated from each other and often around a single central torsion into, the bread is highly insulating cover layer. The characteristics of the cable with the internal power and external insulation.
Cables are power cables, control cables, compensation cables, shielded cables, high temperature cables, computer cables, signal cables, coaxial cables, fire resistant cables, marine cables, aluminum alloy cable, etc. They are composed of single or multi stranded conductors and insulating layers, which are used to connect circuits, electrical appliances, etc.

The difference between armoured cable and non-armoured cable:
Armored cable has an extra layer of protection to keep it from being cut or abraded. In underground telecom cables, the layer of armor, frequently steel tape, helps to keep rodents from chewing into it.
As the name suggests, an armoured cable is protected against mechanical damage, whereas an unarmoured cable is not. Armoured cables are normally underground cables, which can be subject to damage from pieces of rock, etc., which may be in the trench backfill, or from excavation tools.
The 'armour' is a layer of overlapping metal (usually steel) tapes or wires that form the outermost metallic layer of a cable in order to protect the cable's waterproof sheath. This armour layer is itself protected against corrosion with a protective sheath.

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