30 CFR § 7.402
The following definitions apply in this subpart.
Any material in a cable splice kit which becomes part of a
A bare or insulated wire or combination of wires not insulated
from one another, suitable for carrying an electric current.
An assembly of one or more insulated conductors of
electric current under a common or integral jacket. A cable may also contain
one or more uninsulated conductors.
A nonmetallic abrasion-resistant outer covering of a cable
An insulated conductor of a cable assembly through which
the primary electric current or power is transmitted.
A fiber optic cable, or a cable containing electric
conductors of a cross-sectional area less than #14 AWG used where the
circuit cannot deliver currents which would increase conductor temperatures
beyond that established for the current-carrying capacity of the
The mechanical joining of one or more severed conductors in a single
length of a cable including the replacement of insulation and jacket.
A group of materials and related instructions which clearly
identify all components and detail procedures used in safely making a
flame-resistant splice in an electric cable.
[57 FR 61221, Dec. 23, 1992]