Cable Splicing, Part 2

3.0 1 Review SKU: TDCS200CENDuration: 60 Minutes

The purpose of this course is to teach the principles of splicing paper-insulated lead-covered (PILC) cables. The course explains how to prepare PILC cable for several typical splices made on primary PILC cables. Demonstrations of making several typical splices on PILC cables are presented. At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to explain how several typical splices on PILC cables are made. They should know how to make a straight splice, a typical transitional splice, and one type of trifurcating transitional splice on a PILC cable.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Introduction
  • Describe the design and construction of a single-conductor PILC cable.
  • Identity five types of splices made to PILC cable and describe a situation in which each might be used.
  • Cable Preparation/Splicing PILC Cable
  • Identify some of the tools and equipment used for preparing a PILC cable to be spliced.
  • Using a splice kit and a specific set of instructions, describe how to prepare two PILC cable ends for a straight splice.
  • Splicing PILC Cable
  • Using a splice kit and a specific set of instructions, describe how a straight splice can be made to a PILC cable.
  • Transitional Splice
  • Using a specific set of instructions, describe how a transitional splice can be made between a single-conductor solid dielectric cable and a single-conductor PILC cable.
  • Trifurcating Transitional Splice, Part 1
  • Using a splice kit and a specific set of instructions, explain how to prepare for a trifurcating transitional splice between three single-conductor dielectric cables and a three-conductor PILC cable.
  • Trifurcating Transitional Splice, Part 2
  • Using a splice kit and a specific set of instructions, explain how a trifurcating spice may be made between three single-conductor dielectric cables and a three-conductor PILC cable.

Customer Reviews

6/25/2019

Videos kept cutting off before the lesson was entirely over.

“Videos kept cutting off before the lesson was entirely over.”

Lauren-Charlise W. Verified Customer

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