Technical Articles

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Northwire, Inc.


Northwire, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Wire and Cable)
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When design engineers who need special cable constructions hear the word custom, they often cringe, conjuring up dollar signs and delays. That doesn't have to be the case anymore. Due to customer... (View Full Article)
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When your application calls for cable meant to stand the tests of time and motion, you need to know what to purchase and what constitutes product quality. Cable designed to survive 10 million to 20... (View Full Article)
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Osceola, WI-January 27, 2010 - When the Osceola (Wisconsin) Fire Department needs to spring into action, it does so more quickly and safely with an innovative CoilBoss Retractile Cord from Northwire,... (View Full Article)
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Protecting the integrity of the cable shields during installation is essential to prevent unraveling and electrical shorting. During installation of a multi-pair cable, each pair is bent, twisted and... (View Full Article)
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Teflon, a product developed by DuPont and a common coating on cookware, is one of a group of compounds known as fluoropolymers. Fluoropolymers are fluorocarbon-based polymers with multiple strong... (View Full Article)
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Selecting the right cable for FOUNDATION™ fieldbus control networks - what you need to know... (View Full Article)
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Confusion abounds about the "new" NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) regulations pertaining to UL-recognized (AWM style) cable.... (View Full Article)
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The GigE Vision standard released in June 2006 by the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) provides a unique vision system that optimizes networking performance while providing a more cost-effective... (View Full Article)
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The National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) publishes flame-resistance standards through its published National Electrical Code (NEC). Other agencies, such as UL and CSA also publish standards and also... (View Full Article)
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While it might be trite to say life is full of choices, this tried and true saying certainly applies to the specialized world of electrical cable. A project engineer can choose off-the-shelf cable -... (View Full Article)
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First introduced in 1986 for automotive applications, CAN (controller area network) is a multi-master broadcast serial bus standard for networking, controlling and monitoring electrical and electronic... (View Full Article)
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The purpose of this test was to duplicate the conditions of an improper installation and examine the effects of those installation practices on the electrical characteristics of the test samples. The... (View Full Article)