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  • Conductor Materials
    New England Wire Technologies is well known in the industry as a manufacturer of high-quality braided wire products...stand-alone braided products as well as a broad range of flexible cables and strands which are used primarily in our specialty single and multi-conductor cables. We offer a full
  • Choosing A Conductor:Copper Wire Construction
    Copper Wire Stranding Data
  • Conductor Material Comparison
    Learn more about the different conductors used in wire & cable
  • Litz Wire Theory
    Typically, the design engineer requiring the use of Litz wire knows the operating frequency and RMS current required for the application. Since the primary benefit of a Litz wire conductor is the reduction of A.C. losses, the first consideration in any Litz wire design is the operating frequency.
  • How to Crimp Wires
    Crimping is a common method for compressing a terminal to a wire conductor without the use of soldering. When done correctly, a crimp creates a mechanically sound connection that resists corrosion, gas, and liquids. If you've ever crimped a terminal to a wire, you know that it's not the most
  • Wired -vs- Wireless
    Wired foot controls have been around for decades. Linemaster created its first wired foot switch in the 1950's and have been adapting to customer requirements and incorporating technological advances ever since. To date, using copper conductors (physical wires) to transmit electronic signals
  • Effects of Temperature Change of Each Point on the Test Results of Thermocouple Slip Rings
    of thermocouple slip rings, similar but not completely to the law, is to add a section of conductors to the wires for thermocouple signal transmission.
  • 5 Things to Know About Semi-Rigid Cable Assemblies
    In its most basic form, a semi-rigid cable assembly is a coaxial transmission line consisting of a metal tube, typically made from copper which forms the outer conductor with a metal wire conductor running down the center of the tube. The center conductor is supported by a dielectric material
  • Definitions and Explanations
    ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials): A nonprofit industry wide organization that formulates test methods and material specifications, and publishes standards, testing methods, recommended practices, definitions, and other materials. AWG: Acronym for American Wire Gauge. Conductors
  • Metric-to-AWG Conversion Chart
    American Wire Gauge (AWG) sizes may be determined by measuring the diameter of the conductor (the bare wire) with the insulation removed. Refer to the Wire Gauge Diameter table for dimensions. When choosing wire gauge, the distance the wire must run and the amperage it will be expected to carry
  • What is a Banana Plug?
    Banana plugs are one conductor (aka: single wire) electrical connectors that are traditionally used to connect wires to equipment with DC and low frequency signals. Banana plugs are male connectors that feature a tubular construction with a flared center to separate the wire post from the main
  • The Complete Guide To Electrical Insulation Testing
    WHAT IS "Good" insulation? Every electric wire in your plant - whether it's in a motor, generator, cable, switch, transformer, etc. - is carefully covered with some form of electrical insulation. The wire itself is usually copper or aluminum, which is known to be a good conductor of the electric
  • Strain Gage Technical Data
    The most universal measuring device for the electrical measurement of mechanical quantities is the strain gage. Several types of strain gages depend on the proportional variance of electrical resistance to strain: the piezoresistive or semi-conductor gage, the carbon-resistive gage, the bonded
  • Minimizing Materials & Costs with Exothermic Welding
    ground resistance monitoring product, the GRM2000, which addresses concerns on operator safety and system efficiency. Often in grounding grids it is common to see main grounding conductors sized at 250 mcm or larger. When wire sizes are at this level or larger, it may become difficult and expensive

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