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PIC Wire & Cable has designed, developed and worked with Honeywell to approve the use of PIC's cables for Honeywell's leading edge Primus Epic® and Apex® Integrated Avionics Systems.... (View Full Article)
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There are many variations within all the "-axial" designs, but a basic understanding of their family names may help in making sensible application decisions, or at least better appreciating the... (View Full Article)
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The common standard for the diameter (gauge) of round drawn wire is the American Wire Gauge (AWG). As strands of wire are made, they are drawn through progressively smaller dies. This is true of all... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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Like modern avionic instruments which are more sophisticated and sensitive (and capable) than in the past, modern coaxes with softer, lower-loss dielectrics are more easily damaged. Bending,... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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In theory, electrical signals move at the speed of light. Cables only slow them down. The ratio of actual speed to the speed of light is known as the velocity factor, or Velocity of Propagation (VOP),... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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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... (View Full Article)
(Seals)
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Regardless of its construction, a shield will be only as immune to induced noise as its effectiveness provides. This means that the shield will "intercept" and/or deflect magnetic or electrical fields... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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Low-level circuits are often interconnected using shielded cables, mainly for protection against externally induced noise. Aside from the effectiveness of the shield designs themselves, even more... (View Full Article)
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There are many ways to terminate a wire: soldering; crimping; under the head of a terminal strip screw; welding...all can be successful in forming a good, gas-tight connection. While each has its... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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Moisture trapped inside a connector can produce effects ranging from unnoticed to serious, depending on the demands of the system. But be assured the cable assembly will be affected if moisture... (View Full Article)