Cable Ampacity Software

Cable Ampacity

Current carrying capacity, sizing & shock protection for LV & MV Cables
ETAP electrical engineering software offers a comprehensive set of cable current carrying  capacity / ampacity and sizing modules based on the following standards and guidelines:
  • IEC 60502

    Current carrying capacity calculations for high voltage power cables per IEC 60502

  • IEC 60364

    Current carrying capacity calculations for low voltage cables per IEC 60364-5-52 & IEC 60364-4-41

  • IEC 60092

    Current carrying capacity calculations for power cables in ships & offshore units

  • NEC NFPA 70

    Cable ampacity calculation based on National Electrical Code

  • ICEA P-54-440

    Cable ampacity calculation based on ICEA / NEMA standard for cable tray installations

  • IEEE 399

    Cable ampacity calculation based on IEEE recommended practice for industrial and commercial power systems

  • BS 7671

    Current carrying capacity & sizing for low voltage cable installations per British Standards

  • NF C15-100

    Current carrying capacity & sizing for low voltage power cables per French Standards

Key Features

      Videos

      Cable Ampacity & Sizing

      Cable Ampacity & Sizing

      Proper sizing and current derating ensures that cables operate to their maximum potential while providing secure and reliable operation. Learn about design and application requirements to properly size and analyze cable systems based on IEEE and North American cable standards and guidelines: IEEE 399, ICEA P-54-440, NEC NFPA 70

      Cable Ampacity, Sizing & Shock Protection - Part II

      Cable Ampacity, Sizing & Shock Protection - Part II

      Proper sizing and current de-rating ensures that cables operate to their maximum potential while providing secure and reliable operation. This webinar covers cable sizing, current carrying capacity and electrical shock protection based on IEC and British standards.

      Cable Thermal Analysis - Part III

      Cable Thermal Analysis - Part III

      This Cable Thermal Analysis webinar explains how to design cable systems to operate to their maximum potential while providing a secure and reliable operation.

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