A jacketed cable is two or more wires running side by side and bonded, twisted or braided together to form a single assembly in a protective jacket. It is used for applications such as control wiring in both stationary and moving components. It is also used to build application-specific configurations for use with drives, servo systems, and factory protocols.
A wire harness is a string of cables and/or wires that transmit signals or operating currents. The cables are bound together by clamps, cable ties, cable lacing, sleeves, electrical tape, conduit, a weave of extruded string, or a combination thereof.
An RF cable refers to a cable that carries radio frequencies to an electrical device. There are many types of cables designed for all sorts of devices. Cables gather their characteristic impedance from the relation of the outer conductor diameter to the inner conductor diameter, and also through the insulation's dielectric constant.
We have the capability of creating connector overmolds to meet your specific needs. The benefits of overmolding connectors is that even the most detailed custom cable assembly can be sealed from destructive environmental factors such as pollutants, heat, humidity or inclement weather.
Conduit is commonly used by electricians and usually describes any system that contains electrical conductors. An electrical conduit is an electrical piping system used for protection and routing of electrical wiring. Electrical conduit may be made of metal, plastic, fiber, or fired clay. Flexible conduit is available for special purposes.
Flexible Flat Cable refers to any variety of electrical cable that is both flat and flexible. The planar geometry of flat cable can save significant space in board-to-board and other interconnects within equipment or cabinets for fast, easy mass termination with IDC connectors.