There is no possible certification for Cableizer because there exists no notified body or standardization company which can give an approval for cable rating software tools.
The Cigré workgroup B1.56 is planning a guide regarding the verification of cable current ratings. The purpose is to ensure that calculation tools compute the current rating of a power cable in a trustworthy manner. A set of 11 case studies will be provided where MV, HV, AC and DC cable systems are considered in land and submarine applications. More than 40 guidance points will be developed to provide clarifications, additions, or changes to the existing IEC standards for current ratings to ensure that individual cable specialists using different tools, techniques or computer software can find the same, consistent current rating in similar cases. Once released, we will add the Cigré case studies to our validation test suite and publish our compliance. For more information, please refer to the paper 'Overview of CIGRÉ WG B1.56 regarding the verification of cable current ratings' published at Jicable 2019.
Continuously validating Cableizer is a task we take serious. An extensive test suite ensures that simulation results are always accurate and reliable. Cableizer is continuously and automatically validating its simulation results against accredited values from publications and data sheets of cable suppliers. The following validation reports might be of special interest:
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Cableizer supports the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and all Cableizer services comply with its provisions. We ensure that all our third-party providers are compliant: DigitalOcean GDPR, Cloudflare GDPR.
Cableizer does currently not support a single sign-on (SSO) solution.
Log in to Cableizer is only possible with a valid password. Passwords (as all data) are sent encrypted using HTTPS to our server. Passwords are stored encrypted on our server using the PBKDF2 algorithm with a SHA256 hash. As a consequence, lost passwords cannot be restored, but a user can request a password reset link to be sent to his verified email-address.
The following map shows the number of unique paying customers of Cableizer per country since the start of our service (updated 2021-06-15). These customers have evaluated Cableizer in varying degree and trust us by signing a paid subscription.