More often than not people will choose to use copper as a conductor of electricity, but why? What makes copper such a great conductor?
Understanding how to make lasting connections to your applications starts with proper cable selection.
Learn why North America introduced its own wind-turbine standards.
Learn about the differences between UL Listed and UL Recognised approvals, which are key facilitators for entry into the US and Canadian markets.
Horst Messerer explains how to tell category data cables apart.
Copper is the primary conductor material, however aluminium is now a cost-effective altervative.
Cables need to pass manufacturers' standards to ensure their resistance to cleaning agents.
Screening reduces electrical noise and reduces its impact on signals and also lowers electromagnetic radiation.
Fixed vs. Flexible Applications
Defining Voltage and Current Capacities
Reduce Mechanical Stress
Correct installation and placement of the cables in the chain helps ensure the cables’ functionality and service life (measured in cycles).
Learn about frequency converter technology, common negative effects, and how cable design and materials provide reliable solutions.
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