2. What is a single core cable? A single core cable has only one conductor in an insulating layer. If the voltage of the circuit often reaches more than 35kV, it is generally recommended to use a single-core wire, because its core and metal shielding layer can be regarded as It is a small transformer, which is equivalent to the relationship between the coil and the iron core in a primary winding. When the single-core cable core passes through the current, there will be a magnetic force line interlinked with the aluminum clad or metal shielding layer, which will induce an induced voltage at both ends.