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Glossary - Pelican Wire

Glossary - Pelican Wire

The material used in multiple conductor cables to occupy the interslices formed by the assembly of the insulated conductors, thus forming a cable core. . High-temperature pastics with excellent electrical properties. New England Wire Technologies most frequently uses ETFE, FEP and PFA. . A copper conductor which has been coated with a .

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Glossary of Terms , Omni Cable

Glossary of Terms , Omni Cable

Fibrous Coverings – commonly used on high-temperature cables due to their excellent heat resistance. . Oil Aging – cable aged in an accelerated manner by placement in an oil bath and heated to a pre-set temperature for a stated time. . Tinned Copper – tin coasting added to copper

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Glossary – General Cable®

Glossary – General Cable®

AC Alternating Current (AC): Current in which the charge-flow periodically reverses.Silicon Wire , Lead In Wire - York Wire & Cable, Inc. · York Wire & Cable, Inc. supplies silicon wire and other wire and cable products to customers worldwide. . (usually accelerated representations of environmental states, such as high temperature, oxygen or other various conditions). . Tinned copper

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Glossary - lappusa.lappgroup

Glossary - lappusa.lappgroup

Individual strands of tinned copper wire stranded together and then covered with a tin coating. . however very expensive (high-quality rubber cables, Pattex glue). . the insulation begins to melt (decomposition of polymer chains). Important! With every change of temperature, the resistance of the conductor

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Cable and Wire Terminology, NSIS Special

Cable and Wire Terminology, NSIS Special

 · such as high temperature, oxygen or other carious conditions). Alloy - A metal formed by combining two or more different metals to obtain desirable . Flat braid -a woven braid of tinned copper strands rolled flat at time of manufacture to a specified time. . Triplex - a cable composed of three insulated single conductor cables twisted together.

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Glossary of Terms , IEWC

Glossary of Terms , IEWC

A test to determine stability of a material by sudden exposure to a high temperature for a short period of time. Heavy Tinned Copper Similar to tinned copper but with substantially greater tin thickness. Used with high frequency induction heaters to bond on the stripped area. The remaining length of wire retains its original flexibility.

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Glossary - Southwire

Glossary - Southwire

A woven braid of tinned copper strands rolled flat at time of manufacture to a specified width. . Flexible stranded copper conductor, cotton-wrapped with rubber insulation and asbestos roving. return to index. . A layer of semi-conducting material or tape applied directly over the insulation of high voltage cables, usually on cables rated .

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Glossary of Terms , Technical Information , RF

Glossary of Terms , Technical Information , RF

The most widely used electrical conductor in wires and cables. Copper and its alloys are used extensively for contacts and connectors. . A woven braid of tinned copper strands rolled flat at time of manufacture to a specified width. . A test to determine stability of a material by sudden exposure to a high temperature change for a short .

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Glossary - FAQs - sycor

Glossary - FAQs - sycor

High Temperature Wire and Cable. SRML – (Braided Silicone Motor Lead 250°C ) . Cable Filler - The material used in multiple conductor cables to occupy the spaces formed by the assembly or components. Tinned Copper - Tin coating added to copper to aid in soldering and inhibit corrosion. Topcoat - Bare .

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