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  • Locators / Signal / High Voltage
    CD-66 - Tension Cable Sheath Fault Locator electric high voltage constant current source,adjustable continuous voltage and current output.
  • InterEng GmbH InterSheath - Cable Sheath Test Sets InterEng GmbH
    Cable Fault Locators Fault Locators Cable Sheath Cable Shield Ground Fault .
  • HDW MMG 10 - Sheath Tester
    Cable Fault Locators Fault Locators Cable Sheath Cable Shield Cable Testers .
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    The method first used to find the faults was with a fault locator , where a set frequency signal is fed into the cable between core and sheath and this picked up on the ground surface by means of a tuned circuit.
  • Underground Cable / Locators
    2273E - 3M Dynatel Cable/Fault Locator The 3M Dynatel Cable / Fault Locator is a microprocessor-based system that incorporates advanced digital signal processing techniques to quickly and efficiently locate sheath (earth return) faults and trace the path of underground cables, both copper...
  • Search results for Metallic Cable
    2273E - 3M Dynatel Cable/Fault Locator The 3M Dynatel Cable / Fault Locator is a microprocessor-based system that incorporates advanced digital signal processing techniques to quickly and efficiently locate sheath (earth return) faults and trace the path of underground cables, both copper...
  • Search results for Underground Cable Fault Locators
    2273E - 3M Dynatel Cable/Fault Locator The 3M Dynatel Cable / Fault Locator is a microprocessor-based system that incorporates advanced digital signal processing techniques to quickly and efficiently locate sheath (earth return) faults and trace the path of underground cables, both copper...
  • Online Location of Faults on AC Cables in Underground Transmission Systems
    Therefore, a core or sheath current based fault locator method will not work when cables are being energised.
  • http://vbn.aau.dk/ws/files/197206632/christian_flytkj_r_jensen.pdf
    Therefore, a core or sheath current based fault locator method will not work when cables are being energised.
  • http://vbn.aau.dk/ws/files/182506287/DPSP_2014_FINAL.pdf
    The voltage drop in the fault loop is not merely caused by the current measured at the fault locator terminal, but by the current from the far-end source as well. The cable ’s sheaths carry return current from both sources flowing depending on the relationship between the impedance provided by the return system.