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LUL - T0504

Cable for d.c. traction indications and rail connections

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Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 October 2017
Status: inactive
Page Count: 8
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This specification defines the conditions for the manufacture of single core cable for use in d.c. traction indication circuits and rail connection circuits. The rated voltage for the cable shall be 3 kV conductor to earth. The normal operating voltage shall be 900 V, measured with respect to earth; and the normal operating current shall not exceed 10 A.

Purpose

The purpose of this technical specification is to ensure that this cable is used for a variety of applications including signalling track circuit rail connections and d.c. traction indications. The cable therefore needs to be connected directly to both the running rails and the traction rails.

Document History

February 1, 2018
Cable for d.c. traction indications and rail connections
This specification defines the conditions for the manufacture of single core cable for use in DC traction indication circuits and rail connection circuits. The rated voltage for the cable shall be 3...
T0504
October 1, 2017
Cable for d.c. traction indications and rail connections
This specification defines the conditions for the manufacture of single core cable for use in d.c. traction indication circuits and rail connection circuits. The rated voltage for the cable shall be...
May 1, 2011
Cable for d.c. traction indications and rail connections
This specification defines the conditions for the manufacture of single core cable for use in d.c. traction indication circuits and rail connection circuits. The rated voltage for the cable shall be...

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