COLOR STANDARDS FOR PLASTIC INSULATED COMMUNICATION CABLES AND WIRES,
RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON D C
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An improvement in cable designs has been color coding of the cable pairs to render each pair readily distinguishable from all other pairs in the cable. This color coding of pairs eliminates the necessity of electrical testing to establish the identity of the pair and consequently substantially increases the speed of splicing. The increased speed is directly evidenced by a reduction of cost for splicing and loading of cables, and placing terminals for distribution purposes. Substantial operational benefits and maintenance savings are obtained where color coding is used.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Non-Radio Communications