Cable Terminations and Joints


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Cable Terminations and Joints
10106001010401 Cable Terminations and Joints
GENERAL Proper cable termination is important to avoid failure in service. The important aspects of proper cable termination are as follows.
Support and Bending Radius The cable entering equipment should be properly supported and bent at a recommended radius (or more). If the cable is not supported or bent properly then it will exert its weight or high stress on the equipment terminals which may result in failure of the terminals, such as breaking. Glands are used to support cables at equipment and are provided w…
Citation
Hemant Joshi: Residential, Commercial and Industrial Electrical Systems: Network and Installation, Volume 2. Cable Terminations and Joints, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export