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Technical Reference

Electrical Characteristics & Specifications

Open Circuit in an Electromechanical Cable

An open circuit is a condition in a cable when a conducting component of the cable, the copper conductor, physically breaks and is not able to maintain electrical continuity, but has not short circuited to the steel armor.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: 9/2/14

Alternate Method of Leak Location

The method described in this bulletin is quick, easy and will locate a low resistance leak within +/-50 feet.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: May 2005
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Increase in Cable Resistance with Wellbore Depth

This bulletin gives technical specifications for resistance of a cable as wellbore depth increases.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: February 2012
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Locating Electrical Leaks (Part One)

These bulletins (Parts One and Two) give you practical steps in locating electrical leaks in your EMC and ways to combat it.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: May 2005
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Locating Electrical Leaks (Part Two): Leak Locator Bridge

These bulletins (Parts One and Two) give you practical steps in locating electrical leaks in your EMC and ways to combat it.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: May 2005
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Precise Method for Locating Electrical Leaks

This bulletin gives a detailed method for locating an electrical leak.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: May 2005
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Problems in Locating Electrical Leaks

This bulletin can be used as a troubleshooting guide when dealing with electrical leaks.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: May 2005
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)

Voltage and Current Ratings

This bulletin gives a detailed account of how voltage and current ratings for cables are calculated.

PDFView DocumentDate of Publication: February 2012
Source: Technical Bulletin (1 page)