Please allow me to be honest first - I do not have any engineering background at all (tho I graduated with a biochem degree, that's very different) and found myself working in a electrical supplies company now.
I've been trying to look up the meaning of "450/750V" or "0.6/1kV" (ie. U0/U, according to some articles) on the cables that I sell (obviously we sell LV electrical products) but I've been given various answers...
Some say that the U0 is the VDC rating while U is the VAC rating; while the others say U0 being the operational (or "regular", I guess?) rating and the U being the peak rating.
Would anybody here please verify this for me?
I know it's probably a really obvious question but it's been bothering me quite some time...
Please help if you don't mind.