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Cables

Current carrying capacity of cables

Rainer Rössel | 7. September 2020

The current carrying capacity of cables is one of the decisive selection parameters, especially in the field of energy transmission, or for classic motor and servo cables. The DIN VDE 0298-4 says among other things:“The current carrying capacity is the maximum permissible current under certain conditions at which the conductor is not heated above the permissible […]

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Order is a must – even with often inconspicuous round connectors

Markus Hueffel | 4. September 2020

In order to be able to exploit all the advantages, a certain degree of order is also required for small connector components. This requires a way to easily fasten or securely install round connectors. And this is exactly what such plug holders are for.

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How do I unreel cables correctly from the cable reel?

Nils Jäger | 2. September 2020

At customers’ premises, I often observe how the electricians unwind cables from the cable reels or remove them from the cable ring in various ways during installation. You can go wrong here. Especially when the cable concerned is used for dynamic applications in energy chains, incorrect unreeling can have fatal consequences. To be honest, when […]

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Goodbye to space problems: how to guide cables in limited installation spaces

Marco Thull | 1. September 2020

Guide cables and hoses safely in limited installation space without rapid fatigue fractures that lead to expensive downtime: an ultimate discipline! The possibilities offered by compact energy chains and highly flexible cables. Building a house in the country, on a 1,000m2 plot: no problem. It gets trickier in a 200m2 small gap in a big […]

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What we call “cable” is not always deemed a “cable”. Then, what is the difference?

Nils Jäger | 28. August 2020

Charging cable, USB cable, power cable and cable reel. We have heard all these words before and we use them in everyday life from time to time. In fact these designations are wrong from a technical point of view. Strictly speaking, these are not what is meant by cables.Then what exactly is the difference between these […]

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