stranded conductor

stranded conductor

[′stran·dəd kən′dək·tər]
(electricity)
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The stranded conductor design is considerably more flexible than a standard, solid conductor, horizontal cable with a greater flex life.
These include: aluminium EC rods, manufactured with 99.7 per cent minimum purity and used in cables and overhead conductors; all aluminium conductor, concentric lay stranded conductor and used as bare overhead conductor for distribution lines; aluminium conductor steel reinforced, concentric lay stranded conductor with galvanised steel central core and used in medium, high and extra-high voltage transmission lines; and aluminium conductors aluminium-clad steel reinforced, a concetric-lay stranded conductor with aluminium-clad steel core and used in medium, high and extra-high voltage transmission lines.
DUAL BLOCK is an option for all stranded conductor Hendrix cables.
Underground cable rejuvenation involves injecting a fluid directly into the stranded conductor region of the cable.
Locking receptacles are designed with back and side wiring terminals that accept 14 to 8 gauge solid or stranded conductor wires.
The stranded conductor hailed a taxi and eventually caught up with his train but had to give the cabby an IOU as he didn't have enough money for the fare.
At first glance, an epoxy-sealed cable passthrough would appear to have several significant leak paths: the stranded conductor, insulation (especially Teflon), any sheilding, and the epoxy bond between the cable and any metal housing.