braided wire

braided wire

[′brād·əd ‚wīr]
(electricity)
A tube of fine wires woven around a conductor or cable for shielding purposes or used alone in flattened form as a grounding strap.

braided wire

An electrical conductor which is composed of many fine wires braided or twisted together.
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It would be better if the braided wire continued until the enclosures.
of Greenacres makes a special live bait rig for kingfish that marries a circle hook to a trailing treble hook with a piece of flexible braided wire.
Coated synthetic braided wire - polyglycolic acid - resorbable loss of strength in 30 days; colored thread except special mention.
Removing and disassembling the switch revealed the solder joint holding the braided wire had broken and welded itself to the line post.
At the other end of the spring is a length of nylon-coated, braided wire that passes over a small secondary bearing with a guide groove cut into it.
The Taylor Slow Cooker Thermometer ($14.99) features a classic probe supported by a braided wire for consistent internal temperature monitoring.
An Art Deco necklace with braided wire fastening supporting three rows of seed pearls interspaced with roundels of moonstone and the roundel pendant with jade drop, in leather case with double hinged lid, from Spink & Sons Ltd sold for PS5,200.
The Razer DeathAdder comes with a gold-plated USB connector, along with a 7 foot long braided wire that can withstand common tugs and pulls.
If the sheathing is cracked or you can actually see the braided wire through the sheathing, the cable needs to be replaced.
This kit has brushes, patch loops and braided wire pull-throughs in several calibers.
This paper provides a brief overview of the latest developments carried out in our research unit in the following research areas: (i) balloon expandable stents; (ii) self-expanding braided wire stents; (iii) embolic protection filters; and (iv) patient specific modeling.