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Multi-Conductor & Multi-Pair

  1. Multi-Conductor & Multi-Pair Cables

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    In our last blog, we breakdown what a Hook-up wire is and described the difference between a single conductor lead wire and a cable with multiple conductors. A lead wire is known as a hook-up wire that serves a wide range of applications, as a single conducting cable. Multi-Conductors on the other hand, are the complete opposite having anywhere from 2 to 50 colour coated insulated conductors. 

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  2. Tray Cable!

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    The NEC (National Electric Code) tray cable definition:

    “A factory assembly of two or more insulated conductors, with or without associated bare or covered grounding conductors under a nonmetallic sheath, for installation in cable trays, in raceways, or where supported by a messenger wire.”

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  3. When and Why do electrical wires have shields?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Shielding is the most efficient way to stop any kind of physical damage against electrical wires. It’s possible to have a 15-ton truck park on it overnight (wouldn’t that be nice). Although shielding sounds like it may protect from physical abuse, it is quite the opposite.

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