ICEA S-95-658 PDF

Single- or multiconductor – V – 90ºC – ICEA S Halogen-free (LSZH- HFFR). MH. Applications. Recommended for use in highly populated enclosed. ANSI/NEMA WC ICEA S Power Cables Rated Volts or Less for the Distribution of Electrical Energy Published by National. ANSINEMAWC70ICEANonshielded Power Cables Rated Volts or Less for the Distribution of Electrical Energy-Applies to materials, constructions.

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S95-658 zinc-coated tape shall not iceaa more than 20 percent thicker than the stripped bare metal tape thickness.

When used, a tape shall be applied helically and overlapped not less than 10 percent of its width. ICEA standards and guideline publications, of which the document contained herein is one, are developed through a voluntary consensus standards development process.

Conductors shall be solid or stranded. Each component shall have less than 0. When the full cross-section is used, the specimen shall not be cut longitudinally.

Power Cables Rated 2,000 V or Less for the Distribution of Electrical Energy

A means of measuring voltage between the electrode and ground. Jcea duct space is not limited, it is desirable not to restrict the overall diameter. If requested by the purchaser, the manufacturer shall furnish the purchaser with a certified copy of the qualification s-95–658 that represent the cable being purchased.

All tests shall be made prior to the application of the strip to the cable. Quantities and Description of Cable Total number of feet, including test lengths, and shipping reel lengths if specific lengths are required.

Power Cables Rated 2, V or Less for the Distribution of Electrical Energy – NEMA

If two servings are used, they shall be closely wound and applied with opposite directions of lay, with each run through hot asphalt or tar compound, or equivalent saturant.

These tests consist of voltage tests on each length of completed cable. Their use is recommended also for resonant grounded systems. This Standard does not require any specific frequencies for sampling for test of cable products or components. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time.

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Specimens for tests on jacket compounds shall be taken from the sample by cutting parallel to the axis of the wire or cable. Increase in capacitance, max. These cables may be used in applications where installation and service conditions are such that the additional thickness for mechanical protection is not considered necessary for satisfactory operation.

Flat metal tape armor. In conduit, ducts, troughs, or raceways. When agreed upon between purchaser and manufacturer, other flame tests can be specified.

The size of the armor wires shall be as given in Tablebut the tensile safety factor shall be not less than five. When a interlocked metal tape armor or a continuously corrugated armor is to be applied, only a suitable tape bedding is required.

For Flexible Aluminum Conductors consult manufacturer. The value of K s-95-6658 increment factor given in Table E-95-658 tested in accordance with Section 6, the jacket shall meet the applicable requirements of Table 4. Cable shall not propagate flame to the top of the test specimens.

Band servings in accordance with 4. The assembled conductors shall be bound to the messenger by means of a binding strip. For either one or two icew, the outer serving shall be further coated with some suitable material, which will prevent sticking iea adjacent turns of the cable when wound on a reel. The metal shield shall be applied in such a manner that electrical continuity or contiguity will not be distorted or disrupted during normal installation bending see Appendix F.

See Table for Use of Factors. The wire shall have a minimum weight of coating per square foot of uncoated wire surface in accordance with Table Determination of unaged properties: In extreme cases it may be necessary to use a sector-shaped test specimen cut longitudinally from the insulation sample.

In some instances it may be possible to prepare specimens of one layer by planing but necessary to prepare specimens of the other layer by buffing. This applies either to a straight test piece or to one stamped out with a e-95-658, and it assumes corrugations have been removed.


Plain- or galvanized-steel tape armor, depending upon soil and water conditions, with a supplemental covering for corrosion protection, is suitable for use on cables for direct burial and iicea shaft installations where the cable can be clamped at intervals.

Cables in this category may be applied in situations where the clearing time requirements of the percent level category cannot be met, and yet there is adequate assurance that the faulted section will be de-energized in a time not exceeding 1 hour. The tensile safety factor [based on psi MPa ] shall be not less than five. In classifying jackets and sheaths in these standards, the term “jacket” refers to nonmetallic coverings and “sheath” refers to continuous metallic coverings.

This procedure may sometimes be facilitated by immersing the sample in hot water for a few s-95-65 just prior to pulling off the jacket. NEMA and ICEA disclaims liability for personal injury, property, or other damages of any nature whatsoever, whether special, indirect, consequential, or compensatory, directly or indirectly resulting from the publication, use of, application, or reliance on this document.

The maximum speed of the cable under test may be determined s-95-65 either U. Method of conductor identification.

Crosslinked polyethylene compound shall be either filled or unfilled. Available for Subscriptions Available in Packages Standard is included in: Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored. Insulated Cable Engineers Association, Inc. While these cables icez applicable to the great majority of cable installations which are on grounded systems, they may be used also on other systems for which the application of cables is acceptable provided the above clearing requirements are met in completely de-energizing the faulted section.