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  • Cable Considerations
    By nature, cables are usually the weakest part of any measurement system. Because they are somewhat fragile, they must be handled with care. The weakest point on the cable assembly is the intersection of the wire and the cable connector, so excess stress at this point must be minimized.
  • Cable Carriers
    BASICS OF CABLE CARRIER SYSTEMS A cable carrier guides and protects automated cables and hoses on all types of industrial machinery and equipment. The carrier is a structure which surrounds the cables and hoses, moving along the travel to maximize the life of these conduits. A cable carrier can
  • Cable Carriers
    BASICS OF CABLE CARRIER SYSTEMS A cable carrier guides and protects automated cables and hoses on all types of industrial machinery and equipment. The carrier is a structure which surrounds the cables and hoses, moving along the travel to maximize the life of these conduits. A cable carrier can
  • Cable Reels
    HANDLING DESCRIPTION: Transferring pairs of cable reels from the staging dock to a flat bed trailer. PROBLEM: The common procedure is to put a lifting bar through the reels' axle hole and lift with a pair of slings on a spreader bar. This requires the operator to lift a heavy steel bar and push
  • Cable Materials
    We sometimes forget that many cables are not designed to conduct. electrical power or signals, such as cables which support bridges, actuate. ailerons, and tow cars, for example. Mechanical wire & cable is a. big (but another) industry. There are, however, similarities between mechanical
  • Digital Cable Performance
    The return loss chart illustrates why analog cable is different than digital cable.
  • Ethernet Cable for Industrial Environments
    This paper introduces the basic concepts and special considerations for the Industrial Ethernet cable design.
  • Signal Interference and Cable Shielding
    White Paper exploring the reasons for, and various types of, wire and cable shielding options
  • Cable Carrier Design Guidelines
    This collection of design tips will extend the life of cable carries and the components they protect.
  • Cable De-Embedding (.pdf)
    Cable De-Embedding is a standard feature on all LeCroy SDA 7 Zi Series Oscilloscopes. This feature enables the user to remove the effects of a cable from their measurements.
  • Selecting the Right VFD Cable
    Environmental cable performance has become a mainstream priority, from automotive assembly plants, to the renewable energy industry. When designing a robust VFD cable, the materials used in production are critical to ensure that the cable's electrical properties will guarantee performance
  • Tips For Selecting flexible cable
    Selecting the right cable for a job is a matter of comparing old problems with new requirements. Olflex Wire and Cable Inc. Robot 900 cable from Olflex withstands the torsional stress from the bending and twisting motions in robotic applications. Torsional stress tests subject the cable to well
  • Designing with Flexible Flat Cable
    Most engineers think of flat cable as inexpensive wiring that runs between computer peripherals. But not all flat cable is created the same. There is a special category of flat cable that excels in uses where space efficiency isn't the only consideration. What's called Extruded Flexx-Sil TM cable
  • Accessorize Your Cable Carrier
    For a design engineer, specifying the best cable carrier for a particular application is an important part of the design process. There are a variety of different options available, but once you have settled on a cable carrier, there is a crucial next step: choosing accessories. Below are some
  • Advanced VNA Cable Measurements
    This field brief will discuss phase-matching cables, S-parameter definitions as they apply to cable characterization and other cable parameters such as Phase Shift and Group Delay. Advanced Time-Domain measurements will also be presented as enhancements to the well-known Distance-to-Fault (DTF

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