cable bond

cable bond

An electrical connection (a) between the armor or sheath of one cable and that of an adjacent cable, (b) across a joint in the armor or sheath of a cable, or (c) between the armor or sheath and the earth.
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Tenders are invited for Batteries/ Cable Bond Strap
Defendants are alleged to have conspired over a 10-year period to illegally increase the price of "Wire Harness Systems Products," which include wire harnesses, electrical wiring, lead wire assemblies, cable bond, wiring connectors, wiring terminals, electronic control units, fuse boxes, relay boxes, junction blocks, and power distributors.
METRO passengers suffered delays to their journey yesterday afternoon due to the suspected theft of cable bonds from the overhead line.
It is designed to break the cable bonds with an alternative that is plug-and-play and simple to use with high performance.
Telecommunication bonds recovered just 12% of par in 2002 and cable bonds, 15% of par.
Defaulted cable bonds recovered 41% of par and telecom bonds, 13% of par.