Test and measurements, which are performed on shielded power cables to identify the location of a fault, are described. Whenever possible, the limitations of a particular test and measurement to locate a fault are provided and recommendations are made regarding specialized fault-locating techniques. A fault characterization chart is included as an aid to select a fault-locating technique.
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F12W/P1234_WG - Guide for Fault Locating Techniques on Shielded Power Cables Systems- Working Group
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