Web Tension Indicators

(44 companies)
Web tension indicators measure and report tension parameters in web or other flat-sheet production processes. Some types of web tension indicators have control functionality as well.
Belt and chain tensioners apply and maintain correct tension on power transmission drive systems.

Cable Assemblies

(1,933 companies)
Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded into a single unit with connectors on at least one end.


(514 companies)
...of the metal plug expand to form a permanent hold below the target material's surface, creating a secure threaded hole for the mating screw. Spring anchors - Spring anchors are small or miniature-sized externally-threaded studs. Wall anchors - Wall...
Wire rope fittings includes clips, sleeves, stud ends, eyes, forks and other hardware used to construct mechanical cable assemblies.
Coaxial cables have an inner conductor insulated by a dielectric material and then surrounded by an outer conductor that is shielded with braid or foil. Triaxial cables add an extra layer of insulation and a second conductive sheath. They are commonly known as coax and triax, and are chosen because of their protection against external electromagnetic interference.

Terminal Blocks

(766 companies)
...are used to terminate power cables. Disconnect blocks allow a circuit to be easily disconnected using a knife switch and without removing wires. They are also known as switch blocks. Specifications. Important terminal block specifications include...

Cable Trays

(267 companies)
Cable trays are rigid-type trays used as raceways for cables and wires.

Cable Carriers

(135 companies)
Cable carriers are constructed of flexible links and are used to organize and manage cables and hoses for moving applications.

Flat Cables

(324 companies)
Flat cables are used in computers for internal connections to peripherals. They consist of highly stranded, individually-insulated conductors that are laid parallel and then fused in a flat, flexible ribbon form. Flat cables are also referred to as ribbon cables.

Ethernet Cables

(341 companies)
Ethernet cables are designed to support Ethernet, a standard protocol for the connection of computers in a local area network (LAN). They use twisted pair cables and modular connectors, and are designed to run at 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1 Gbps.

Cable Transits

(60 companies)
Cable transits are bulkhead or barrier modules that allow electrical cables to pass through, while providing various levels of sealing, strain relief, and damage protection, depending on the application requirements.

Video Cables

(428 companies)
Video cables are used for the transmission of video signals, including monochrome, composite and component color video signals.

Fiber Optic Cables

(929 companies)
Fiber optic cables are composed of one or more transparent optical fibers enclosed in protective coverings and strength members. Fiber optic cables are used to transmit "light " data.

Cable Testers

(264 companies)
Cable testers are handheld or benchtop electronic devices that measure the electrical and physical properties of network cabling.