cable run

cable run

[′kā·bəl ‚rən]
(electricity)
Path occupied by a cable on cable racks or other support from one termination to another.
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Not a ship's hull, with its rusty iron links of cable run out of hawse- holes long discoloured with the iron's rusty tears, but seemed to be there with a fell intention.
The system is capable of operating valves as far as 30 metres away and accommodating 540[degrees] of bends in the cable run. Smith Flow Control says this remote operation capability improves the safety and functionality of valve operations in nuclear facilities by reducing exposure to hazardous materials.
Between the cost of labor for pulling a long cable run and the price of an Ethernet repeater (usually $150 or more), you're looking at hundreds of dollars for adding a single wired Ethernet connection, especially if it's needed at some distance from your Ethernet router or switch.
The CSS single-cable technology from Entropic enables the DBS installation to use the existing cable structure of a single cable run with splitters to branch into the various rooms where the STBs are located.
This can reduce the installation and cable run costs and permit quicker and less disruptive installation of PoE enabled devices such as VoIP phones, surveillance cameras, badge readers, and wireless access points.
The Intermediate Distribution Rack (IDF) Series from Middle Atlantic Products of Fairfield, New Jersey, is designed to help integrators house components where cable run distances can become problematic.
A patented drive cable, linking the two stations, can transmit torque in excess of 280-ft-lbs up to 200 ft away, accommodating 540 degrees of bends in the cable run. The Flexi-Drive is suitable for use with any size or type of valve.
For occasions when long cable runs are actually required, the new Flexi-Drive still has the capacity to transmit drive as far as 60m away, accommodating 540 degrees of bends in the cable run.
This package enables the installation of up to six cables with a single cable run, saving, time, energy and money.
In this "ground-lead" process, logs were dragged over the ground to the yarding spot by a cable run out from the steam donkey engine.