The secret, invisible to the user, lies within a good cable. It works safely and reliably over millions of movements and is hated by every electrician. We’re talking about the inner jacket.
Probably the best known term amongst electricians is the “fear metre”. There is almost no installer, assembler, switch cabinet builder or apprentice who hasn’t cut a cable too short when connecting and installing it on machines and industrial plant, only to find that a few centimetres are missing when trying to connect it to the consumer.
At some point, you have certainly had to deal with a loose contact. Either yourself when your drill had to be serviced privately or perhaps when you were ironing clothes.
With crimp connection technology you can easily and quickly harness circular power connectors yourself. Here the contact is made by pressing the copper strands with a crimp sleeve or a crimp contact.
There are a large number of standards in the railway industry. How much force is required to open a door by hand in an emergency? How should the welding seams look? The number of standards and regulations is seemingly endless. Another very important point is fire protection in rail vehicles. The EN 45545 standard means […]