There are currently 17 names in this directory beginning with the letter O.
Percentage of a specified gas released during the combustion of insulation or jacketing material.
A unit of electrical resistance defined as the resistance of a circuit with a voltage of one volt and a current flow of one ampere.
The formula V=I x R (voltage equals current multiplied by resistance), used for calculating voltage drop, fault current and other characteristics of an electrical circuit.
Cable aged in an accelerated manner by placement in an oil bath and heated to a pre-set temperature for a stated time.
The ability of a conductor cable insulation or jacket to resist physical degradation caused by exposure to oil.
The temperature of the conductor insulation while carrying current, including the effect of ambient temperature and heat generated from the electrical current.
Occupational Safety and Health Act. Specifically the Williams-Steiger law passed in 1970 covering all factors relating to safety in places of employment.
A device such as a circuit breaker of fuse that automatically interrupts the circuit when current (in excess of a given rating), flows through the circuit because of a short circuit, overload or ground fault.
The process of uniting a compound with oxygen, usually resulting in an unwanted surface degradation of the material or compound.