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Understanding Electrical Terms in Wire & Cable Industry

The wire and cable industry often uses various technical terms to describe the electrical characteristics of its products. These terms are essential for understanding and evaluating the performance of wires and cables. Here is a brief overview of some of the most common electrical characteristics terminology in the wire and cable industry: Spark Test The

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Introduction to shielding materials

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is a key issue for today’s electronic devices, as they generate electromagnetic radiation and are affected by external interference. To reduce radiation and suppress interference, shielding materials are commonly used for protection, and the following are some of the commonly used shielding materials. 1, Conductor shielding Role. Material. Semi-conductive material, close to

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The 3 types of Micro USB

What is a micro USB cable?

A micro USB cable is a miniaturized USB interface used for connecting compact mobile devices. It consists of a plug, housing, contacts, and a printed circuit board that includes a twisted pair of wires. These wires are utilized for transmitting data and current. The micro USB cable is a smaller version of the standard USB

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Cable Overmolding

Knowledge of Cable Overmolding

Cable over-moulding is a manufacturing process that simplifies the way wires and connectors are assembled into cohesive, more durable individual units. It provides enhanced strength, protection, and versatility for a wide range of applications in various industries. Cable over-moulded assemblies can be customized in shape, size, material, and configuration, with molten PVC or other polymers

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AWM CABLE

What is AWM cable?

AWM (Appliance Wiring Material) cables are defined by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) as an appliance wiring material. These wire types cover a wide variety of cable configurations for many industries and applications, and many continuous flexible cables are manufactured to UL AWM standards. Key features of AWM cables Applications for AWM Cables AWM cables are widely

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