Active Standard

IEEE 1717-2012

IEEE Standard for Testing Circuit Integrity Cables Using a Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Test Protocol

Standardization of circuit integrity cable testing is beneficial to cable manufacturers, distributors, and users. Uniform procedures, consistent, repeatable results, and measurable test acceptance criteria are required to allow comparisons among competing products and to allow selection of the correct product for the application.

Standards Committee
PE/IC - Insulated Conductors
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2011-06-16
Board Approval
2012-02-06
History
Published:
2012-03-12

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/IC - Insulated Conductors
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Working Group
D17W/P1717_WG - Standard For Testing Circuit Integrity Cables Using the Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Test Protocol
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IEEE Program Manager
Ron Hotchkiss
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P1717

Standard for Testing Fire-Resistive, Circuit Integrity Cables and Cable Systems Using a Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Test Protocol

This standard provides cables and cable systems requirements and methods for performing circuit integrity tests on energized low voltage power, control, and instrumentation cables, cable glands and splices at temperatures and heat fluxes simulating a hydrocarbon pool fire.

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