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Think of heat-shrink tubing as the duct tape for electrical wiring on the factory floor. Heat-shrink tubing is versatile, easy to use, and finds wide applicability in maintenance and repair.... (View Full Article)
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EcoWire vs. PVC: - PVC's halogen content releases toxic gases and fluids into the environment when burned - Many legislative bodies (such as the EU) are attempting to eventually phase out PVC-based... (View Full Article)
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While halogens used in common cabling materials, such as chlorine in PVC or fluorine in PTFE, are stable under most conditions, they present serious health hazards when burned. A halogen-containing... (View Full Article)
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A new alternative wire insulation to PVC offers better performance and significantly less environmental impact. Although PVC insulation is a mainstay of the wire and cable industry due to its... (View Full Article)
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Industrial applications such as the factory floor are typically electrically noisy environments. Electrical noise, either radiated or conducted as electromagnetic interference (EMI), can seriously... (View Full Article)
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A presentation on the characteristics, applications, and regulations of Alpha Wire's line of Xtra-Guard Performance Cable.... (View Full Article)
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This paper introduces the basic concepts and special considerations for the Industrial Ethernet cable design.... (View Full Article)
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In this article we discuss the difference between a flexible cable and one that is designed for constant flexing. We also look at why making the simple assumption that a flexible cable will perform in... (View Full Article)