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  1. What is ROHS?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    There are a number of different certifications for wire and cable, but these certifications aren't like most industries. The approved wire and cable are unique in the regard that there are specific sets of rules that apply for each approval, like how a mil-spec certified wire cannot be certified by UL or CSA. One of the more unusual approvals that often gets overlooked and the certification that'll be broken down is ROHS, also known as Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances. 

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  2. How different temperatures affect a cables performance

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Temperature is a fundamental concept to understand. If something's too hot, it melts or catches fire, and if somthing to cold, it freezes or breaks. This is true for everything from metals, food, clothing, and even liquids. This article will be going over why temperature is a fundamental consideration for all electrical applications, what happens to wire and cable in hot and cold environments, and the different temperature ratings for the most popular wiring materials.

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  3. CSA FT1, FT2, FT4, FT5 and FT6

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    There are a number of different certifications for electrical applications, including wire and cable. These various certifications range from flame tests, application locations, types of applications and even specific voltage levels. This blog will breakdown the CSA FT ratings, the CSA flame tests, and we'll be looking into the pass or fail criteria.

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  4. Drone Breakdown

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Over the last decade, drones have gone from virtually non-existent to offering a new type of filming method to having entire businesses built around customized drones. Drones are quickly adapting to diverse industries in many different ways, and in today's blog, we're going to explore what drones are, the different electrical and cabling parts that make up the construction, and how they are utilized in various ways within society.

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  5. What is a High Flex Cable?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Ultra or high flex cables typically come in heavy-duty, oil-resistant, continuous flex, multi-conductor constructions. Being able to continuously flex, bending flex or even Torsional Flex requires incredibly reliable constructions, which are consistently tested between 2 and 14 million cycles, depending on the manufacturer. These incredibly flexible and durable cables are designed to withstand medium stress and movements in dry, moist and harsh conditions.

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