IEC 60702-1:2002+AMD1:2015 CSV (Consolidated version)

Title

Language: EN Mineral insulated cables and their terminations with a rated voltagenot exceeding 750 V - Part 1: Cables

Language: FR Câbles à isolant minéral et leurs terminaisons de tension assignéene dépassant pas 750 V - Partie 1: Câbles

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 60702-1:2002+A1:2015 Applies to mineral insulated general wiring cables with copper or copper alloy sheath and copper conductors and with rated voltages of 500 V and 750 V. Provision is made for a corrosion-resistant extruded outer covering over the copper sheath, when required. This outer covering is not specified for the purpose of electrical insulation of the metal sheath. Requirements for terminations for use with these cables are specified in IEC 60702-2. The purpose of this standard is to specify mineral insulated cables that are safe and reliable when properly used, to state the manufacturing requirements and characteristics to achieve this, and to specify methods for checking conformity with those requirements. This consolidated version consists of the third edition (2002) and its amendment 1 (2015). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

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Language: EN Language: FR
Edition
3.1
Date of issue
15.01.2015
TC 20
ICS Codes
29.060.20
Publication number
60702
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