New King offers four commonly used electrical cables for electrical house wiring - BV, BRV, RVB, and RVV electrical cables.
BRV electrical cable, referring to copper core PVC soft wire, is made up of multiple twisted copper wires of even thickness. Since BVR cables are relatively soft, they are used for household wiring that needs bending and wiring pipe.
RVV electrical cable is a kind of soft sheathed wire, composed of 2 or 3 BV cables wrapped up together by an outer sheath. Generally, RVV cables are used as open wires or power cables of the electric appliance.
RVB electrical cable is a flat-shape parallel soft wire with no sheath, also known as red and black wires. The red usually stands for the positive pole and the black is the negative pole. RVB cables are mainly used for electric appliances, household illumination, broadcast sound connection, fire
BV electrical cable, also called core PVC insulated wire, is a single-core wire. Due to its hard conductor, sometimes it is called hard wire. BV cable is generally used as an electrical cable for home electrical wiring.