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  1. Mil-Spec Wire Explained

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Why is Military wire so much different than every other wiring or cabling product?

    Military wire or Mil-Spec wire is unique because it’s one of the only wiring products with its own designation, unlike hook-up wire or high-temperature wire both of which are designated by UL and CSA. Similar to UL and CSA, Mil-Spec wire has a specific set of standards that must be followed in order for that product to be considered “real” mil-spec wire.

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  2. Friday Fun Facts: Week 5

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    This weeks Cabling Fun Facts: Elon Musk proves China can be completely powered by solar power and how solar power is now cheaper than fossil fuels and continuing to lower in price.

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  3. Friday Fun Facts: Week 4

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    This weeks Friday cabling fun facts were going to be looking at the 2 largest blackouts ever and how hydropower reuses the same water over and over again.

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  4. Friday Fun Facts: Week 3

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Happy Friday everyone! This week we'll be looking into some amazing electrical discoveries and trends that are taking place all over the world. From harnessing the electrical power of cheese in France to Africa where an entire cinema is powered by bicycles. 

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  5. Customizing Cables & Design Considerations

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Custom Cable & Design Considerations

    Customized cables are extremely complicated, at least at first glance. Once you break down the different sections of the wire and the different options it becomes a much easier process. The first thing to keep in mind before choosing any of your materials is to fully understand what your custom cable will be subject too. Will your cable be surrounded by other cables, in a high-temperature environment or even subject to contact will acidic chemicals?

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  6. Friday Fun Facts: Week 2

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Good morning everyone, I hope all of you reading had a stress free week. To finish the week off Sycor will be showing another Friday morning fun facts. This week you'll get a look at the worlds largest light bulb, how ferrets used to string wire throughout large aircraft's and learn about the worlds smallest wire. Hope you enjoy!

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  7. Automation & Robotics

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    What’s the first thing you think of when you hear “robot” or “robotic automation”? Is it a robot from a Sci-Fi movie, perhaps a Kiosk at Mc Donald’s, an automated cooking machine that turns on when designated or maybe even an automated factory comes to mind. The reality is that all of these are either in the development or already integrated into society.

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  8. Friday Fun Facts: Week 1

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Hello everyone, I hope you’re all doing well and had an amazing Valentines day. Today we are going to be trying something new with the blog as it has been typically used for helping educate customers who only occasionally deal with wire and cable. We've decided to spice things up and our expert sales team has come up with a new idea called “Friday Fun Facts”.

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  9. Why Is Transit & Halogen Free Cable Trending Around The World?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    In the last decade, there has been an increasing trend for halogen-free cable, because LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) designations emit limited smoke and no halogen when exposed to high temperatures or when it comes into direct contact with fire.

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  10. Why is Cable Management Beneficial?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Specific wiring is extremely important for a wide range of professions. Many of these operations that employers engage in are very technical and can become complicated very quickly. A large majority of professionals have learned how to organize and effectively manage hundreds of wires that are in close proximity to one another. Very few of these individuals are able to manage them with no additional help, while others resort to much more efficient cable management tactics. Cable management refers to the management of electrical and optical cable within designated installations. The management of cables makes continuous maintenance and changes to complicated cable systems much more simplistic.

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