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Local nondestructive status determination for concentric wire shield cables and cables sheathed in lead

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Feldman, J.M. ; Northeastern Univ., Boston, MA, USA ; Reinhardt, N. ; Walsh, T. ; Horwitz, J.
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The development of a technology for determining whether a lead-sheathed, single-phase cable was energized or not was previously reported. Two new developments are reported: a similar tool for concentric-wire-shield, plastic-sheathed cable and an electronic test method which is self-adapting to a wide range of resistivity in the outer screen layer. Included are details of a new, self-contained automatic plug-extractor for the lead cable. This plug extractor is coupled with a hand-held testing probe which utilizes the adaptive circuitry developed for the plastic cable

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Transmission and Distribution Conference, 1991., Proceedings of the 1991 IEEE Power Engineering Society

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22-27 Sep 1991

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