Low voltage cables are mostly 600V cable designs supporting power, instrument, and control functions. Assessing the condition of these low voltage (LV) cables has its own challenges compared to medium and high voltage applications. The main factors responsible for aging of LV cables are thermal conditions, chemical/wet environments, and, in limited applications, radiation/UV exposure. Among these factors, thermal aging is typically the primary concern.

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Thank you to everyone who attended this webinar on exploring how to better assess the condition of low voltage cables.

Webinar Details

You will gain valuable insights on the nature of low voltage cable aging, existing methods to assess material properties, as well as get an overview of advanced electrical testing methods that can be deployed.

Topics to Cover

  • Overview of Low Voltage Cables
  • Degradation and Failure Mechanisms
  • Condition Assessment Methods and Challenges
  • Novel Electrical Technologies for Condition Monitoring
  • Laboratory Analysis of Cables

Who Should Attend?

  • Cable Program Owners
  • Electrical Engineers responsible for plant operations
  • Facilities Managers/Asset Owners - Critical Assets
  • Equipment Qualification Program Owners
  • Critical Aerospace Asset Owners
  • Critical Infrastructure Owners


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Rick Easterling

Director, Cable Lifecycle Management