28-AWG CAT6/CAT6A Ethernet patch cables save space, reduce clutter, and improve airflow in high-density data center and telecom racks and cabinets. With a diameter of only .161", this cable is almost half the size of a typical 24-AWG cable. You’ll save more than 50% space when compared to traditional cables. Read more...More Product Announcements from Black Box
Bantam Plug to Two Mini-Grab Test Hooks test cable, Catalog No. 940322-06 consists of a miniature 3-conductor nickel phone plug connected to two mini-grab test hooks with one red and one black vinyl boot.
- Enables the user to "Spring Hook" onto hard to reach Circuit Points
- Fully Tested and Manufactured in the United States Read more...
The successful KABELSCHLEPP cable program was extended and optimized as an innovative standard product line, especially for the installation of cables in dynamic cable and hose carrier systems. Our clearly structured type selection offers a unique combination of performance features. Read more...More Product Announcements from U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC
Custom Coil Cords
New England Wire Technologies manufactures specialty silicone rubber-jacketed coiled cords suitable for high temperature applications in-house.
Our subsidiary companies also offer custom coiled cords made with New England Wire Technologies cable jacketed with PVC, Polyurethane, Polyester, and TPE. Read more...
Whether working with customer supplied specification or designing to a unique requirement, New England Wire Technologies’ design teams develop innovative, one-of-a-kind wire and cable solutions. Read more...More Product Announcements from New England Wire Technologies Corporation
New series of high temperature extruded lead wires using a new resin for up to 300ºC & 600V commercial applications. Read more...More Product Announcements from BRIM Electronics, Inc.
Why Low-Noise Cable
-Noise Cable Frequently Asked Questions
1. What applications require Low-Noise Cables?
Low-Noise Coaxial and multiconductor cables recommended for small-signal application where shielded cable could experience mechanical shock (twisting, crushing, flexing, pulling, etc.)
Typical applications include:
* Medical Instrume... Read more...More Product Announcements from New England Wire Technologies Corporation
In 1985, for the first time, a robot was used to assist in a surgical procedure on a human. A trail-blazing, adventurous team had modified an industrial robot that guided a needle in a brain biopsy procedure. Since then the rate of new technological advancements has done nothing but accelerate. Read more...More Product Announcements from New England Wire Technologies Corporation