multiconductor cable

multiconductor cable

An assemblage of several electrical conductors having a common outer jacket.
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Tenders are invited for Related work includes, but is not limited to, the following: removal and disposal of the existing orchestra shell, motorized counterweight rigging for the onstage canopy sections, dead-hanging hardware and installation of the forestage canopy, wireways, multiconductor cable, and terminal boxes for concert lighting, for use with the existing dimmers, and associated electrical work.
The new accessories include project enclosures, cut-to-length multiconductor cable and hook-up wire, circular cable connectors, and waterproof mechanical switches.
Unfortunately, common unshielded flat ribbon cable, such as ribbon or multiconductor cable, is not well-suited for high-speed differential signaling (except for very short runs).
The fastest growth will be for optical fiber cable and copper-based coaxial and multiconductor cable due to favorable prospects within the computer networking and multimedia markets.
The operator outside the pipe uses a computer console that is connected by multiconductor cable wire to the mechanical drive system inside the pipe.
Electronic wire and cable includes products such as multiconductor cable, fiber optic cable, coaxial cable, planar cable and hookup wire.
The maze of pipe carries a mix of coax and multiconductor cable for data communications, as well as AC power, telephone lines, and water for cooling to each of the 17 trading posts.
Our products include miniature, microminiature, single and multiconductor cables, low-noise, high temperature, coaxial and hybrid cables, cables with reinforced jackets, and medical braids.
The CT100, CT100S, and CT100HF TDR cable testers are utilised across a range of industries including aerospace, defence, telecom, automotive, and electric power, for precision testing of twisted pair, coaxial, and multiconductor cables and connectors.
Calculation of electrical parameters of two-wire lines in multiconductor cables," IEEE Trans.
They also decrease EMI susceptibility of sensitive components, such as RFID or Hall-effect devices, and conducted emissions from multiconductor cables.