minimum bend radius


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minimum bend radius

[′min·ə·məm ¦bend ′rād·ē·əs]
(metallurgy)
The minimum radius through which a piece of metal can be bent to form a given angle without fracturing.
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Wires cannot exceed the minimum bend radius as outlined by the manufacturer in IPC-A-610, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies.
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A smaller diameter and minimum bend radius, combined with low dielectric constant materials, allows more signal lines per area.
5) must be of proper length and routed to avoid becoming kinked or bent beyond their minimum bend radius.
This Radius Control Module (RCM) is designed to provide BICSI recommended minimum bend radius for sensitive fiber optic cables, assuring consistent data transmission in telecommunications and data communications networks.
The following table shows the minimum bend radius at maximum operating pressure for six popular diameters of SAE 100R1 or SAE 100R2 hose.
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A design that ensures optimal cable performance by preventing cables from moving beyond the minimum bend radius.
Extra-wide spacing between fingers and smooth edges allows for easy routing of cable bundles, and built-in bend radius control maintains a 1" minimum bend radius, which increases transmission reliability.
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