Wire for power distribution

  • 29-Jan-2013 01:25 EST
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The SHF-260 flexible wire from TE Connectivity can be used for power distribution applications within the aerospace and defense markets. The wire operates well in high-temperature environments, which is especially critical in large-diameter power feeder applications. The flexible cable can be bent and routed in tight areas, which allows it to run shorter distances, reducing the stress on the contact, and reducing the mating and demating forces normally associated with large-shell-diameter circular connectors. It is made with extruded polymer, making it more notch and abrasion resistant as well as mechanically tough. Because it is easily strippable, less force is required when cleanly removing the jacket. The wire also offers reduced cost of installation and vibration stability.

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