Dear friends, what is the role of the electrical ageing test on insulation piercing connnector (IPC)? I need some advice concerning this test. This test is in conformity with the French standards NF C 33-020 version 2013 and NF EN 50483-5.
I think this is a question for a person who has deep knowledge in an electrical field, probably for an expert electrician. If you want to best solution for your query, it is a better option to go with the consultation of some experts like electrical service NJ who have deep and knowledge and practical experience too. Maybe, by going this way you can get the perfect answer.
Re: electircal ageing test on IPC
#219352 05/14/1809:42 AM05/14/1809:42 AM
The best suggestion I could give is to seek info from an NRTL (UL, etc). I assume you are refering to tap devices similar to Kuppl-Tap, that allow a tap without removal of insulation from the conductors.
As to the suggested "expert" and link posted above, if you follow the link it takes you to a page of what appears to be primarily an HVAC contractor that also does electrical. Looking thru the webpage, I see no HVAC, or Electrical License numbers, which are required by State regs, but may be an oversite by this company.
As the OP in this thread is in Tunisia, he may look into an NRTL that is approved for that country, or an NRTL in Europe/Asia.