What are the Characteristics of the Mineral Insulated Cable?

micc cable

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?

DC and AC cable

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?


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

What is the ACSR Cable?


The steel core aluminum stranded cable is a steel core aluminum stranded cable, which has the characteristics of simple structure, convenient erection and maintenance, low cost, large transmission capacity, easy to cross rivers and valleys and other special geographical conditions, as well as good electrical conductivity, sufficient The mechanical strength and tensile strength are high, … Read more

Application and Feature of Overhead Cable


Overhead wire and cable, originally refers to the bare wire erected in the air and insulated by air, mainly used as the trunk line of transmission lines or for special purposes. In the past ten years, in order to improve the safety of power transmission, the urban network transformation has changed the overhead bare wires … Read more

What are the Requirements for the Use of Robot Cables?

Many of us don’t understand robot cables, so let’s understand what requirements are there for robot cables? The cable used by the robot has high requirements, not only has the strong signal transmission ability, but also has the characteristics of good wear resistance, so as to ensure that the robot can play a better role. … Read more

Four Reasons For the Failure of Fiber Optic Cable lines

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The optical cable is mainly composed of optical fiber, plastic protective sleeve and plastic outer skin. There is no metal such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum in the optical cable. The basic structure of optical cable is generally composed of cable core, reinforcing steel wire, filler and sheath, etc. In addition, there are waterproof … Read more

Application and Function of Overhead Cable

Overhead transmission lines are generally composed of foundations, towers, hardware, insulators, wires, ground wires (including OPGW optical cables), and grounding facilities. Above the conductors of overhead transmission lines, the power lines erected to avoid direct lightning strikes on the conductors of the transmission lines are both overhead ground wires (referred to as ground wires), also … Read more