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IEEE 487.5-2013

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Through the Use of Isolation Transformers

Engineering design procedures for the electrical protection of communication facilities serving electric supply locations through the use of isolation transformers are presented in this standard. These isolation transformers are hard-wired (i.e., have no plug-in units and are not modular).

Sponsor Committee
PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2011-12-07
Board Approval
2013-03-06
History
ANSI Approved:
2015-06-17
Published:
2013-05-03

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/PSCC - Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
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Working Group
SC6 - Wireline Subcommittee
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IEEE Program Manager
Erin Morales
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Working Group Chair
John Fuller

P487.3a

IEEE Draft Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Through the Use of Hybrid Facilities Amendment 1: Inclusion of a New Copper to Fiber Junction (CFJ) Powering Option

Safe and reliable methods for the electrical protection of telecommunication facilities serving electric supply locations through the use of metallic wire-line components in part of the telecommunication circuit, and optical fiber systems in the remainder of the telecommunication circuit are presented in this standard. Hybrid applications have an equipment junction between the metallic wire-line and the optical fiber cable, i.e., a wire-line--fiber cable junction (CFJ).

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1692-2011

IEEE Guide for the Protection of Communication Installations from Lightning Effects

The document addresses methods and practices necessary to reduce the risk of damages to communications equipment within structures arising from lightning surges causing GPR (ground potential rise) and similar potential differences.

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487.2-2013

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations through the Use of Optical Fiber Systems

Safe and reliable methods for the electrical protection of telecommunication facilities serving electric supply locations through the use of optical fiber systems for the entire facility are presented in this standard.

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487.3-2014

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Through the Use of Hybrid Facilities

Safe and reliable methods for the electrical protection of telecommunication facilities serving electric supply locations through the use of metallic wire-line components in part of the telecommunication circuit and optical fiber systems in the remainder of the telecommunication circuit are presented in this standard. Hybrid applications have an equipment junction between the metallic wire-line and the fiber cable, i.e., a wire-lineu2013fiber cable junction (CFJ).

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487.4-2013

IEEE Standard for the Electrical Protection of Communication Facilities Serving Electric Supply Locations Through the Use of Neutralizing Transformers

Engineering design procedures for the electrical protection of communication facilities serving electric supply locations through the use of neutralizing transformers are presented in this standard.

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789-2013

IEEE Standard Performance Requirements for Communications and Control Cables for Application in High-Voltage Environments

Information to assist in determining the electrical parameters of communication and control cables necessary to improve the overall reliability of these cables when used in high-voltage environments is the objective of this standard. There should be a very high probability (greater than 99%) that these cables will perform their intended function for specified periods of time in high-voltage interference conditions. The end result being more reliable communications over said cables. The information presented in this standard will apply equally to either new or existing [already installed] cables.

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