Fault location on land and submarine links (AC & DC)
The increasing number of land and submarine cable assets globally has created a focus on cable fault location capabilities. All faults in cable systems are different and cable fault location depends to a great extent on applying the appropriate technique or combination of techniques. The methods for locating power cable faults require competent engineers and service providers. Guidance is provided in the brochure on the application of established and innovative techniques in various scenarios.
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