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  • Power Cable Splicing and Terminating GuideExplore further

    2019-7-4u2002·u2002The selection of the cable insulation level to be used in a particular installation shall be made on the basis of the applicable phase-to-phase voltage and the general system category as outlined below. 100 percent Level - Cables in this category may be applied where the system is provided with relay protection such that ground faults will be

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  • High Voltage Power Cable, Splicing & Terminating

    2014-5-8u2002·u2002the cable 2. Obtain a symmetrical radial distribution of voltage stress within the dielectric 3. Protect the cable from induced potentials 4. Limit radio interference 5. Reduce the hazard of shock 6. Provide a ground path for leakage and fault currents. The SHIELD MUST BE GROUNDED for the cable to perform these functions. HIGH VOLTAGE POWER ...

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  • 655 Electrical Wiring

    2021-8-24u2002·u2002no transformer bases exist, splice at the hand-holes in poles. 655.3.2 Cable In Duct (1) Under the Cable In Duct bid items, provide underground cable in duct of the specified quantity and wire size of conductors. (2) Locate the cable as the plans show. Locate underground cable to preclude damage resulting from other construction operations.

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  • Signal Interference and Cable Shielding

    The drain wire is used to create an electrical connection between the shield and the circuit ground. Foil shielding can be applied over individual conductors, twisted pairs or triads, or as an overall foil shield. Braid Shield: Better. Protection at low frequencies (up to 15 KHZ) EMI/RFI resistance in power, control and data applications

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  • TERMINALS and SPLICES INTERCONNECTS

    2018-3-12u2002·u2002Wire to Wire Splices SolderSleeve For crimp free sealed wire to wire splicing. In a single step process they solder, insulate, encapsulate and strain relieve wire to wire splices, in a wide range of sizes. CWT Series splash proof, UL E87681 B-155 RoHS splash proof, UL E87681 D-1744 Series immersion sealed, NAS-1744 DuraSeal crimp

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  • Hexagonal v Indent Crimping Cables

    2018-11-19u2002·u2002Cable Lugs For Copper & Aluminium Cables Hexagonal Crimps. The most common type of crimping for copper and aluminium cables, lugs and connectors is the hexagonal crimp as this crimp profile is suitable for both copper and aluminium conductors.. The range of applications covering hexagonal crimps includes the crimping of conductors as per VDE-0295-categories 2, 5 and 6 and the …

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  • WORKMANSHIP STANDARD FOR CRIMPING,

    2017-4-28u2002·u2002Table 12-1 for crimp pull acceptance criteria. - Remove requirements related to crimp process development and include only pre-production process verification pull testing requirements. - Require that instructions are provided to operators when outgassing connector subcomponents (e.g. grommets and gaskets) are to be removed during cable assembly.

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  • NEC 2017 Code Changes Chapter 3 - Wiring Methods

    2017-12-6u2002·u2002Raceways, cable armors, and cable sheaths shall be continuous between cabinets, boxes, fittings, or other enclosures or outlets. Exception No. 1: Short sections of raceways used to provide support or protection of cable assemblies from physical damage shall not …

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  • Finding the Root Cause - of Power Cable Failures

    Finding the root cause of cable failures can lead to better maintenance practices and produce more reliable operation in the future. This in turn will lead to lower operating costs. As an example, the final result of a cable failure may be that the insulation failed and the cable flashed over.

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  • 655 Electrical Wiring

    2021-8-24u2002·u2002no transformer bases exist, splice at the hand-holes in poles. 655.3.2 Cable In Duct (1) Under the Cable In Duct bid items, provide underground cable in duct of the specified quantity and wire size of conductors. (2) Locate the cable as the plans show. Locate underground cable to preclude damage resulting from other construction operations.

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  • SECTION 16120 WIRE, CABLE, AND ACCESSORIES PART 1 ...

    2016-3-1u2002·u2002Short-circuit strips with one shorting screw for each terminal for current transformer circuits. 2.8 Cable Identification Tags A. Designed to provide a permanent wire and cable identification system. B. Show complete cable number. Cable numbers are defined in the Cable Schedule and/or Contract Drawings.

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  • Weatherproofing Coaxial Cable Connections

    2009-9-8u2002·u2002Over the years many different methods have been used to weatherproof coaxial cable connections. Some worked, some did not. Once water or condensation enters your coaxial cable, it will ruin it, or worse yet, cause shorting or high SWR conditions which could lead to permanent damage to your transmitter.

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  • Braided Wire & Earth Leads - Cable & Cable Accessory Solutions

    Crimp Terminals & Connectors. Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals. Pre-Insulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals; Uninsulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals

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  • POWER CABLE INSTALLATION GUIDE - Wire and Cable ...

    2021-9-26u2002·u2002c) From cable reel to cable tray, the cable is fed from the top of the reel to main-tain required curvature. Sheaves, or a shoe, may be used to guide the cable into the tray. Figure F-3 Cable Feed into Cable Tray d) Cable sheaves or a shoe may be used to guide cable into the desired direction, maintain minimum bend radius, and reduce friction.

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002Understanding Shielded Cable Page 3 A third approach, seen in Alpha Wire's Supra-Shield products, combines both foil and braid shields in protecting the cable. Each supports the other, overcoming the limitations of one with its own compensating strengths. As shown in Figure 2, this presents shielding effectiveness

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  • Repairing Damaged Cables, Sheath & Jackets

    2018-5-4u2002·u2002Repairing The Cable Sheath or Jacket. The cable sheath is the first line of moisture, mechanical, flame, fire, hydrocarbon and chemical defence for any cable – whether LV (low voltage), MV (medium voltage) or HV (high voltage), onshore or offshore, underground or overground. Cable damage to the outer sheath is commonplace for aged or newly installed …

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  • How to Stop Your Phone's Charger Cables From Breaking

    2019-6-11u2002·u2002Cable protectors work by protecting the point at which the cable joins the plastic or metal plug. They should be made of a flexible material like rubber, to allow the cable to flex slightly when pressure is applied. If the cable protector does not flex, it merely moves the point of weakness further up the cable.

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  • How to connect electrical wires: electrical splices guide ...

    How to splice electrical wires - Electrical Wire Splicing Guide for Homeowners & DIY Repairs How to make a Pigtail Splice in Electrical Wire How to Twist Electrical Wires Together When Making a Splice Use an approved connector to secure your electrical splice Types of electrical wire splices, requirement for mechanical connectors such as twist on connectors, wire nuts, or MARR …

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  • 3 Ways to Protect an Outdoor Ethernet Cable - wikiHow

    2020-6-18u2002·u2002Ethernet cables are a convenient and portable way to connect PCs, routers, and switches. If you're using an outdoor Ethernet cable, you may want to give it added protection from water and weather conditions. Taking steps to limit your UV,...

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  • 655 Electrical Wiring

    2021-8-24u2002·u2002no transformer bases exist, splice at the hand-holes in poles. 655.3.2 Cable In Duct (1) Under the Cable In Duct bid items, provide underground cable in duct of the specified quantity and wire size of conductors. (2) Locate the cable as the plans show. Locate underground cable to preclude damage resulting from other construction operations.

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  • SECTION 16120 WIRE, CABLE, AND ACCESSORIES PART 1 ...

    2016-3-1u2002·u2002Short-circuit strips with one shorting screw for each terminal for current transformer circuits. 2.8 Cable Identification Tags A. Designed to provide a permanent wire and cable identification system. B. Show complete cable number. Cable numbers are defined in …

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  • Weatherproofing Coaxial Cable Connections

    2009-9-8u2002·u2002Over the years many different methods have been used to weatherproof coaxial cable connections. Some worked, some did not. Once water or condensation enters your coaxial cable, it will ruin it, or worse yet, cause shorting or high SWR conditions which could lead …

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  • Braided Wire & Earth Leads - Cable & Cable Accessory

    Crimp Terminals & Connectors. Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals. Pre-Insulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals; Uninsulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals

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  • POWER CABLE INSTALLATION GUIDE - Wire and Cable ...

    2021-9-26u2002·u2002c) From cable reel to cable tray, the cable is fed from the top of the reel to main-tain required curvature. Sheaves, or a shoe, may be used to guide the cable into the tray. Figure F-3 Cable Feed into Cable Tray d) Cable sheaves or a shoe may be used to guide cable into the desired direction, maintain minimum bend radius, and reduce friction.

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002Understanding Shielded Cable Page 3 A third approach, seen in Alpha Wire's Supra-Shield products, combines both foil and braid shields in protecting the cable. Each supports the other, overcoming the limitations of one with its own compensating strengths. As shown in Figure 2, this presents shielding effectiveness

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  • Repairing Damaged Cables, Sheath & Jackets

    2018-5-4u2002·u2002Repairing The Cable Sheath or Jacket. The cable sheath is the first line of moisture, mechanical, flame, fire, hydrocarbon and chemical defence for any cable – whether LV (low voltage), MV (medium voltage) or HV (high voltage), onshore or offshore, underground or overground. Cable damage to the outer sheath is commonplace for aged or newly installed cables – whether unavoidable during ...

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  • How to Stop Your Phone's Charger Cables From Breaking

    2019-6-11u2002·u2002Cable protectors work by protecting the point at which the cable joins the plastic or metal plug. They should be made of a flexible material like rubber, to allow the cable to flex slightly when pressure is applied. If the cable protector does not flex, it merely moves the …

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  • How to connect electrical wires: electrical splices guide ...

    How to splice electrical wires - Electrical Wire Splicing Guide for Homeowners & DIY Repairs How to make a Pigtail Splice in Electrical Wire How to Twist Electrical Wires Together When Making a Splice Use an approved connector to secure your electrical splice Types of electrical wire splices, requirement for mechanical connectors such as twist on connectors, wire nuts, or MARR connectors or ...

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  • 3 Ways to Protect an Outdoor Ethernet Cable - wikiHow

    2020-6-18u2002·u2002Ethernet cables are a convenient and portable way to connect PCs, routers, and switches. If you're using an outdoor Ethernet cable, you may want to give it added protection from water and weather conditions. Taking steps to limit your UV,...

    Get Price
  • 655 Electrical Wiring

    2021-8-24u2002·u2002no transformer bases exist, splice at the hand-holes in poles. 655.3.2 Cable In Duct (1) Under the Cable In Duct bid items, provide underground cable in duct of the specified quantity and wire size of conductors. (2) Locate the cable as the plans show. Locate underground cable to preclude damage resulting from other construction operations.

    Get Price
  • SECTION 16120 WIRE, CABLE, AND ACCESSORIES PART 1 ...

    2016-3-1u2002·u2002Short-circuit strips with one shorting screw for each terminal for current transformer circuits. 2.8 Cable Identification Tags A. Designed to provide a permanent wire and cable identification system. B. Show complete cable number. Cable numbers are defined in the Cable …

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  • Weatherproofing Coaxial Cable Connections

    2009-9-8u2002·u2002Over the years many different methods have been used to weatherproof coaxial cable connections. Some worked, some did not. Once water or condensation enters your coaxial cable, it will ruin it, or worse yet, cause shorting or high SWR conditions which could lead to permanent damage …

    Get Price
  • Braided Wire & Earth Leads - Cable & Cable Accessory

    Crimp Terminals & Connectors. Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals. Pre-Insulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals; Uninsulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals

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  • POWER CABLE INSTALLATION GUIDE - Wire and Cable ...

    2021-9-26u2002·u2002c) From cable reel to cable tray, the cable is fed from the top of the reel to main-tain required curvature. Sheaves, or a shoe, may be used to guide the cable into the tray. Figure F-3 Cable Feed into Cable Tray d) Cable sheaves or a shoe may be used to guide cable into the desired direction, maintain minimum bend radius, and reduce friction.

    Get Price
  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002Understanding Shielded Cable Page 3 A third approach, seen in Alpha Wire's Supra-Shield products, combines both foil and braid shields in protecting the cable. Each supports the other, overcoming the limitations of one with its own compensating strengths. As shown in Figure 2, this presents shielding effectiveness

    Get Price
  • Repairing Damaged Cables, Sheath & Jackets

    2018-5-4u2002·u2002Repairing The Cable Sheath or Jacket. The cable sheath is the first line of moisture, mechanical, flame, fire, hydrocarbon and chemical defence for any cable – whether LV (low voltage), MV (medium voltage) or HV (high voltage), onshore or offshore, underground or overground. Cable damage to the outer sheath is commonplace for aged or newly installed cables – whether unavoidable during ...

    Get Price
  • How to Stop Your Phone's Charger Cables From Breaking

    2019-6-11u2002·u2002Cable protectors work by protecting the point at which the cable joins the plastic or metal plug. They should be made of a flexible material like rubber, to allow the cable to flex slightly when pressure is applied. If the cable protector does not flex, it merely moves the point of weakness further up the cable.

    Get Price
  • How to connect electrical wires: electrical splices guide ...

    How to splice electrical wires - Electrical Wire Splicing Guide for Homeowners & DIY Repairs How to make a Pigtail Splice in Electrical Wire How to Twist Electrical Wires Together When Making a Splice Use an approved connector to secure your electrical splice Types of electrical wire splices, requirement for mechanical connectors such as twist on connectors, wire nuts, or MARR connectors or ...

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  • 3 Ways to Protect an Outdoor Ethernet Cable - wikiHow

    2020-6-18u2002·u2002Ethernet cables are a convenient and portable way to connect PCs, routers, and switches. If you're using an outdoor Ethernet cable, you may want to give it added protection from water and weather conditions. Taking steps to limit your UV,...

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  • CHAPTER 15 – WIRING

    2021-4-8u2002·u2002damage to the insulation of the cable. Cable Labels As presented inFigure, the labels used to identify cables ... Loop lead-in cable (2/C 14) must be continuous from the splice in the handhole to traffic control signal ... The label must be applied within three inches of the terminal point.

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  • TECHNICAL UIDELINE eceme 22 T113 ev - Superior Essex

    2020-12-10u2002·u2002• Where the separation from power cable is > 3 feet, bond at each terminal and splice closure to ensure shield continuity. • Where the cable is buried within 6 feet of the power apparatus, bond to the power neutral or power apparatus at all above ground Telco terminals, pedestals, apparatus cases, and cable closures.

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  • Sta-Kon Wire Terminals

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002Features Extras that Matter Sta-Kon terminals, made of high-conductivity copper with corrosion-resistant plating, include marked stud and wire sizes, a long chamfered barrel to eliminate missed crimps, a deep internal serration to produce a larger contact area, and selective annealing, to leave the barrel soft for crimping although the tongue remains strong.

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  • Braided Wire & Earth Leads - Cable & Cable Accessory

    Crimp Terminals & Connectors. Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals. Pre-Insulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals; Uninsulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002Understanding Shielded Cable Page 3 A third approach, seen in Alpha Wire's Supra-Shield products, combines both foil and braid shields in protecting the cable. Each supports the other, overcoming the limitations of one with its own compensating strengths. As shown in Figure 2, this presents shielding effectiveness

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  • Lead Sheath - an overview

    DW Pryer CEng, MIEE, PF Gale BTech, PhD, CEng, MIEE, in Electrical Engineer's Reference Book (Sixteenth Edition), 2003. 31.4.1.5 11 kV aluminium sheathed cables. The replacement of a lead sheath by an aluminium sheath with good corrosion protection, such as an extruded plastics oversheath, provides a very economic cable construction eliminating armour. For cables of a type offering other ...

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  • Powermax65 Powermax125 Machine Interface for Raw

    ring terminal on the end of Wire #2 (positive lead). 3. Use a drill with a 19/32 drill bit to drill out the access point on the rear panel. Be careful not to damage internal components. 4. Remove the screw securing the electrode wire (J28) to the power board. 5. Place the ring terminal of Wire #1 (negative lead) on top of the electrode wire ...

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  • ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES Requirements and

    2008-6-19u2002·u2002IPC/WHMA-A-620A Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies Developed by the IPC Task Group (7-31f) of the Product Assurance Subcommittee (7 …

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  • MBE 900 4000 Troubleshooting - Section 2.4 Wires and ...

    2019-7-18u2002·u2002A minimum of two layers of heat shrink tubing extending 6 mm (0.25 in.) past the splice must be used to complete the splice.u202a. Heat shrink a minimum of two layers of heat shrink tubing. Tape the spliced wires to each other. Refer to '2.5 Conduit and Loom' . MBE 900/4000 Troubleshooting Guide - …

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  • Philippine Electrical Wiring – Building our Philippine ...

    2019-3-24u2002·u2002The meter-to-house wire is referred to as 'duplex cable'. If it was three wire it would be referred to as 'triplex'. Our duplex feed cable is a #6 AWG load wire which is insulated and wound with an un-insulated neutral wire. Both are aluminum. We had to pay for the duplex wire …

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  • CHAPTER 15 – WIRING

    2021-4-8u2002·u2002damage to the insulation of the cable. Cable Labels As presented inFigure, the labels used to identify cables ... Loop lead-in cable (2/C 14) must be continuous from the splice in the handhole to traffic control signal ... The label must be applied within three inches of the terminal point.

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  • Magnet Wire Terminals

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002MAG-MATE terminals are insulation displacement connection (IDC) terminals available in poke-in, poke-in tab, splice, crimp wire barrel, solder post, quick connect tab, pin, and receptacle styles. Selections terminate magnet wire from 12 AWG up to 52 AWG. AMPLIVAR terminals and splices are specifically designed to terminate magnet wire to itself or in combination with solid or stranded lead wire.

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  • Crimp Terminals (Options, Others)

    NICHIFU TERMINAL INDUSTRIES. This connector has dimples and serrations. [Features] · A single dimple and two serrations (dimple: T-11–T365, serration: T7/T450–T700) are applied to the inside of the connector to enhance contact reliability. · The inside and outside of the connector are chamfered on three sides to prevent wire damage.

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002Understanding Shielded Cable Page 3 A third approach, seen in Alpha Wire's Supra-Shield products, combines both foil and braid shields in protecting the cable. Each supports the other, overcoming the limitations of one with its own compensating strengths. As shown in Figure 2, this presents shielding effectiveness

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  • SECTION S968 - CATHODIC PROTECTION TEST STATION

    Minimum length of anode lead wire shall be 20 feet. S968-2.05 Wire. Lead wire shall be a single uninterrupted length of wire which is long enough to reach from test box station terminal board to required item, with an additional 3 feet long coil of wire left over. Splicing of wire shall not be permitted except as otherwise noted. Crimp-on lug ...

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  • Sta-Kon Wire Terminals

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002Features Extras that Matter Sta-Kon terminals, made of high-conductivity copper with corrosion-resistant plating, include marked stud and wire sizes, a long chamfered barrel to eliminate missed crimps, a deep internal serration to produce a larger contact area, and selective annealing, to leave the barrel soft for crimping although the tongue remains strong.

    Get Price
  • Braided Wire & Earth Leads - Cable & Cable Accessory

    Crimp Terminals & Connectors. Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals. Pre-Insulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals; Uninsulated Cord End Crimp Ferrule Terminals

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  • ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES Requirements and

    2008-6-19u2002·u2002IPC/WHMA-A-620A Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies Developed by the IPC Task Group (7-31f) of the Product Assurance Subcommittee (7 …

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  • Phone Wiring Repair and Connectors - Some Tips From A ...

    2015-5-18u2002·u2002If your DIY customer has cut cable too short in a socket, they can be used as a very quick and compact way of extending a wire. Again, these are available on-line. They work on a similar principle to the BT 78A (above), except you simply poke the wires all …

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  • Philippine Electrical Wiring – Building our Philippine ...

    2019-3-24u2002·u2002The meter-to-house wire is referred to as 'duplex cable'. If it was three wire it would be referred to as 'triplex'. Our duplex feed cable is a #6 AWG load wire which is insulated and wound with an un-insulated neutral wire. Both are aluminum. We had to pay for the duplex wire …

    Get Price