Performance Comparison of Optical Cable and Copper Cable

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Optical cables are becoming more and more popular and are gradually replacing copper cables. Fiber optic and copper cabling systems give you access to the more advanced and latest technology. However, there are several different uses in an office or residential area. What are Fiber Optic Cables? This includes some up-to-date plastic or glass stock … Read more

Overview of Cable Types and Their Differences

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Low Voltage Cables Includes a variety of copper or aluminum insulated polymer insulated cables with voltage ratings between 600 and 1000 volts. These cables are used to transmit power in a variety of applications, from lighting to drive power to electric motors, and there is a very wide range of low voltage cables designed specifically … Read more

New Energy Vehicle High-voltage Wiring Harness Design

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High-voltage cables for new energy vehicles are generally compose of high-voltage cables, connectors, protective materials mounting brackets, sealing rubber rings, labels, etc. The following figure is a typical high-voltage wiring harness assembly. Structure of High-voltage Cable High-voltage cables are compose of conductors, insulation, sheaths, shields, aluminum foils, tapes, and fillers. Conductor: Consists of annealed soft … Read more

What is ACCC Conductors?

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Introduction of ACCC Conductors In particular, ACCC conductors have been used to increase the efficiency of the re-conductor portion of the transmission grid by 30% or more. ACCC cables use lightweight, small size carbon fiber composite cores. It not only increases the load-bearing capacity of the overall material but also reduces the core volume of … Read more

Difference Between Electric Heating and Heating Cables

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When winter comes, insulation and heating are often heard. In recent years, the use of electric heating cables and heating cable products has given users more choices. But many users are not very clear about the difference between electric heating cables and heating cables. Different Types The self-limiting electric heating cable can automatically limit the … Read more

What are the Characteristics of the Mineral Insulated Cable?

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With the development of science and technology, the quality of various construction projects is gradually improving. On the one hand, it is the application of advanced engineering technology, and on the other hand, it benefits from the increasing use of high-tech engineering materials in engineering. The application of mineral insulated cables has provided great help … Read more

What are Submarine Cables?

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Introduction of Submarine Cable Submarine cable are wires wrapped with insulating materials, which are laid on the seabed and underwater for telecommunication transmission. Submarine cables are divided into submarine communication cables and submarine power cables. Modern submarine cables use optical fibers as the material to transmit telephone and Internet signals. In this age of informationization, … Read more

DC Cables and AC Cables: What Makes Them Different?

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Armored cables use steel tape or aluminum tape to strengthen the mechanical properties of the cable so that the cable can withstand external mechanical pressure. The shielded cable is shielded with copper tape or braided copper wire to isolate electromagnetic field interference. Metal-clad cable and armor cables are among the most confusing cables on the … Read more

Characteristics of Rubber Cable

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Different types of wires and cables have different sheath thicknesses, like rubber cables. They are mainly used in wear-resistant and cold-resistant places. And the insulating sheath is thicker. Generally, the higher the voltage level, the thicker the sheath. And the thickness of cables used for low-voltage electrical equipment generally does not mainly consider electrical properties, … Read more

What are Coaxial Cables?

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The modern communications and networking cable market is oversaturated with quotes, so it can be difficult to choose the cable that is best for your specific application. In this article, we compare the most popular types of network cables, coaxial and twisted pairs, to help you make an informed choice. We’ve focused on the differences … Read more