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Continuous supply of electric power or faultless data transfer, provided mostly through wiring, are primary requirements affecting virtually all systems. This results in stringent requirements for production, installation, and operation of cables.

Design engineers must be knowledgeable in selecting cables, cable accessories, cable handling systems, cable harnessing, as well as industrial connectors and communications technology. Even the most experienced engineer can find it difficult to choose the right products for the job.

This E-zine provides an engineer’s guide to cable, wire, and connector selection.

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