What are the Benefits of Polyethylene Insulated Cables?

20 September 2019

Polyethylene insulation is sold in a wide variety of electrically nonconductive forms. A -65°C to +80°C temperature resistance feature also earns PE insulation a place in harsh application settings, places that would freeze or cook a lesser sheathing type. Wires insulated with a polyethylene coating are abrasion-resistant and rigid. That rigidity factor can make the […]

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V90 PVC Insulated and Sheathed Automotive Cables for Gas Conversion Applications

10 September 2019

Gas converted cars are supposed to cut environmental wastes. They’re also meant to yield significant economic advantages. With no more visits to an expensive petrol station, a place where fuel prices seem to fluctuate daily, the financial gains are clear. It’s the same with the eco advantages, although those savings are harder to verify. Supporting […]

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V90 PVC Insulated and Sheathed Automotive Cable for Quality Car Starter Cables

19 August 2019

If car starter cables are powered by 12 batteries, do they need tough insulated sheaths and thick copper conductors? Absolutely, because it’s the large currents carried by the wiring, not the voltage that provides a starter with its engine cranking kick. Like a wide pipeline channelling pressurized water, the wires have to be thick and […]

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Significant Functions of Multi–Core Trailer Cables for Automotives

05 August 2019

If they want to stay on the road, trailer owners do their homework. They know all about the maximum safe towing capacities and different towbar types. They also know that all but the tiniest trailers require road-approved lighting systems. Functioning as a powered umbilical line, connecting an automobile and its in-tow wheeled load, multi-core trailer […]

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Quality and Reliable Cables for Irrigation Wiring Applications: Available at Tycab Australia

16 July 2019

Objectionable outdoors conditions can play havoc with electrical cables. Let’s provide some evidence to prove that assertion. Over at a vineyard or farmland field, an irrigation system is doing its job. The pumped water is reaching every corner of what would otherwise be a parched parcel of dry land. Not wishing to play dumb, isn’t […]

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RG59 Co-axial Cable for CCTV Systems Available at Tycab Australia

02 July 2019

Utilized as surveillance hook-up linkages, people tend to ignore long runs of RG59 coaxial cable. The light gauge wiring does its job, which usually entails connecting groups of high-resolution video cameras to central recording suites. So, what’s the difference between those drums of CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) cables? As long as the video footage makes […]

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Common Applications and Uses of Single Core Double Insulated Wires in Buildings

19 June 2019

Single core double insulated wires employ a best-of-both-worlds approach that should be familiar by now. From the get-go, the goal is to provide a cabling solution that exhibits high tensile strength. That, of course, is a feature that applies to the solitary, densely packed conductor zone.  Wrapping that solid power guide in two layers of […]

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How Do Oxygen-free Copper Cables Provide Class and Quality to Audio-Visual Systems?

03 June 2019

A blissful sensation falls over an audiophile’s mind when a pure audio signal spills out of a high-end speaker system. A top-of-its class receiver is using high-quality power transistors to process a highly detailed frequency curve, and the music created by the system parts is sublime. But what about the cables? Unfortunately, if the copper […]

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Understanding the Qualities and Strength of Battery and Starter Cables for Automotive Use

17 May 2019

Maintenance-conscious car owners know a little about car battery cables. The red and black wires are as thick as an adult’s pinky finger. They’re made of stranded copper, which can be bent back easily when a new battery is installed. It’s the same with the engine starter, whose job it is to provide initial turning […]

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Automotive Wire: Understanding Single Core Low Tension Primary Wiring

01 May 2019

Low-tension electrical wires draw small voltages. By saying “tension,” cabling suppliers aren’t describing some mechanical feature. It’s an electrical power parameter, not a spec that describes a physical loading value. Let’s just make that point clear from the beginning. Left unheeded, such misunderstandings can confuse people. Anyway, now that that issue has been made clear, […]

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