IEC TR 60092-370:2019
Electrical installations in ships - Part 370: Guidance on the selection of cables for telecommunication and data transfer including radio-frequency cables
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IEC TR 60092-370:2019 RLV
IEC TR 60092-370:2019 gives guidance and lays down the basic recommendations for the selection and installation of shipboard and offshore unit cables intended for electrical systems used in both essential and non-essential analogue or digital signal communication, transmission and control networks, including types suitable for high-frequency signals (i.e. signals with a frequency of more than 105 Hz). These cables are not suitable for direct connection to low impedance supplies. Where such cables are required, attention is drawn to IEC 60092-353. Cables intended to have limited circuit integrity (fire resistance) when affected by fire are not covered by this document. Fibre optical cables are not included. Sub-sea or umbilical cables are not included. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical change with respect to the previous edition: 30 V AC was added in voltage rating for data cables.
|Publication type||Technical Report|
|TC/SC||TC 18/SC 18A - Electric cables for ships and mobile and fixed offshore unitsrss|
|ICS||29.060.20 - Cables|
47.020.60 - Electrical equipment of ships and of marine structures
|File size||1037 KB|
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