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  • Determining the Optimal Distributed Electronic Module Solution of an Automotive System while Incorporating Harness Routing Alternatives in an Electrical/Electronic Architecture Tool Environment (.pdf)
    Vehicle packaging and build requirements often impact the size and routing of electrical harnesses utilized in vehicles. More specifically, OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer) often have strict vehicle manufacturing requirements on electronic module locations and harness parameters such as mass
  • Electrical Termination & Mounting Configurations of UltraVolt HVPSs
    As with any precision electronic device, proper mounting and electrical termination is necessary for trouble-free and reliable operation of an UltraVolt high-voltage power supply (HVPS). Improper electrical termination of UltraVolt HVPSs can cause damage to the electrical connectors of the power
  • Ground Fault Protection (.pdf)
    The wear and tear of wiring harnesses can create a safety issue in commercial aircraft, particularly in the aging ones.However, an approved and proven technology exists that can detect and isolate the electrical faults, which can otherwise escape the harness and create hazardous situations
  • Customized parts streamline production
    build better products and gain more satisfied customers. Another reason to consider customized parts: Many companies in an effort to cut costs have eliminated jobs. An electrical engineer, for instance, may now be expected to specify mechanical components. Makers of specialized parts often have
  • Don't get your wires in a bunch
    Designing vehicles to accommodate their complex electrical wiring systems and hardware requires careful planning and engineering development. Interconnections within distribution boxes and intraconnections to wire harnesses can create an unmanageable bundle of wires, often taking up valuable space
  • Dynamic Wire: Crimp Force Monitoring
    The process of manufacturing wire and termination assemblies used in automobile wiring harnesses involves crimping terminals on the ends of individual wires of various lengths. The quality of this connection determines whether or not the electrical signal transmitted across each wire reaches
  • The expanding role of shrink tubing
    with heatshrinkable tubing and its application areas ranging from aerospace and transportation to medical and commercial electronics. It can be an alternative way of insulating connections as well as sealing electrical harnesses and many other components from harsh environments. In recent years the technology
  • Medical Device Link .
    information, machine orders, and pump signals. Medical equipment is sending and receiving more electrical signals than was perceived possible just a few years ago. As a result, patient monitoring, analysis, and life-sustaining services have improved significantly. New medical treatments based on electronic

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