wiring harness


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wiring harness

[′wīr·iŋ ‚här·nəs]
(electricity)
An array of insulated conductors bound together by lacing cord, metal bands, or other binding, in an arrangement suitable for use only in specific equipment for which the harness was designed; it may include terminations.
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Wiring harness is defined as the connecting wires that bring in other accessories to provide a smooth running of various automotive sectors including the railways.
By application, the global automotive wiring harness market is segmented into chassis, heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), and sensors.
This time we have made efforts to recognize the leaders in the Automotive Embedded Electronics And Wiring Harness Industry" The winners of these prestigious awards were chosen out of 45 nominations under five different categories from across India.
According to the company, in particular, it will add value into further strengthen MSSL's ability to develop and localize components of wiring harnesses. With the changed scenario of vehicles being designed in/for India, this business under one window will help MSSL to service its customers for wiring harness business better.
Maxi-Seal had been approached by the trucking company to design a modular wiring harness for the underside of long-haul semitrailer trucks.
Rocket designers from the United Launch Alliance (ULA) LLC in Littleton, Colo., needed complex wiring harnesses for the Atlas V single-use rocket, which is designed to launch satellites into orbit.
18 February 2010 - JCR upheld today its AA rating on the senior debts and outstanding bonds of Japan's wiring harness maker Sumitomo Wiring Systems Ltd.
CHESHIRE cabling specialist Volex is untangling one of its three divisions after agreeing to sell its wiring harness business in a deal of up to pounds 850k.
When terminating a wiring harness, strain relief is achieved by adding a maintenance loop before the termination point.
OSAKA, Japan-based Sumitomo Electrical Industries Ltd has got a foot in the door of the German automobile wiring harness market with its purchase of Volkswagen Bordnetze GmbH.
The actual tests applied to a wiring harness address the many-faceted question, "What can go wrong?" All the possible problems are physical in nature and result from human mistakes, tooling errors, or material imperfections.