Pair electric cables

Pair electric cables are cables that consist of two insulated wires twisted together. These cables are commonly used in telecommunication applications, such as telephone and internet cables. The twisting of the wires helps to reduce interference and crosstalk between the wires, which can improve the quality of the signal being transmitted. Pair electric cables are available in various sizes and types, including shielded and unshielded pairs. Shielded pairs have an additional layer of shielding to protect against electromagnetic interference. Unshielded pairs are less expensive and are typically used in applications where interference is not a concern. Pair electric cables are often used in combination with other cables to create multi-conductor cables that can carry multiple signals. The insulation material used in pair electric cables can vary, depending on the specific application and environmental conditions. Some common insulation materials include PVC, PE, and Teflon. Pair electric cables are a reliable and cost-effective solution for telecommunication applications where signal quality is important.

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Single solid product

Single Sloid Product is made of a single solid core with plastic insulation. The solid design offers better connection but is difficult to bend or twist due to its stiffness. Multiple bending might damage and break the conductor inside. They are used in applications where there is no movement or bending required for wires.

Flexible Wire and Cables

Flexible cables are a type of electrical cable that can withstand continuous bending in moving applications. The flexibility is achieved by using stranded conductors. They are used in automation industries where the machines are continuously moving such as pick and place machines and CNC-based machines such as engraving, milling machines, etc.

Single Standard Product

Single Standard Product is made of multiple thin strands of wires that form together one conductor. The stranded design offers flexibility thus they are suitable for applications where wires need to be bent or twisted. Electricians prefer stranded over solid because it is easier to route through pipes in walls due to its flexibility.