White paper created by cable manufacturer Northwire along with LEMO, the originator of Push-Pull connectors, navigates cables with features from breather tubes to salt water resistant connectors.
Osceola, WI, USA — Aggregating decades of interconnectivity knowledge, Northwire, Inc. (NWI) along with its partner The LEMO Group, has released Part IV of their “Extreme Environments, Complex Requirements” white paper series, titled “Extreme Materials: Robust Performance from Cable to Connector.”
By gleaning understanding from teams of NWI custom cable and LEMO precision connector Subject Matter Experts, the white paper details critical considerations in the design of cutting edge connectivity technology. Solving complex and continually evolving wire and cable assembly challenges, Northwire’s cable designers partner with connector specialists at LEMO to provide customized solutions for extreme and diverse applications.
Immersing themselves fully into the end application with a comprehensive understanding of the product’s required functionality, NWI and LEMO SMEs critically assess the complex factors that will contribute to the attainment of each customer goal.
The Extreme Materials white paper identifies the cable and connector attributes contributing to highest performance and reliability while abating the environmental challenges associated with medical cable, underwater cable, industrial wire and cable, and heavy duty cable and connector applications. Just some of the critical factors detailed within the Northwire-LEMO Extreme Materials white paper include:
Inside-Out Cable Construction
Dissecting foundational cable engineering elements and their contributions to high performance, reliability, and longevity in cable life, the following components are detailed within the white paper:
• Copper Stranding
• Strength Member
• Breather Tube
• Water Blocking Material
For more detailed information, please check this link: http://www.northwire.com/news-and-events/extreme-materials-white-paper-profiles-specialty-blends-award-winning-connectors.
Read this newest white paper or previous white papers by clicking here. For more information about the “Extreme Environments and Complex Requirements” white paper series, contact the Customer Care TEAM at 800.468.1516, CableInfo_Northwire@lemo.com, or via live chat.
LEMO (http://www.lemo.com/en) is an acknowledged leader in the design and manufacture of precision custom connection and cable solutions. LEMO’s high quality Push-Pull Connectors are found in a variety of challenging application environments including medical, industrial control, test and measurement, broadcast, and telecommunications.
LEMO has been designing custom connectors for over six decades. Offering more than 100,000 combinations of products that continue to grow through tailored, specific designs, LEMO and its affiliated sister companies REDEL, NORTHWIRE and COELVER currently serve more than 100,000 customers in over 80 countries around the world. In 2014, LEMO Group acquired Northwire, Inc.
Cable manufacturer Northwire, Inc., celebrating over 43 years of innovation, has corporate headquarters and manufacturing in Osceola, Wisconsin and engineering and manufacturing in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. The cable engineering company is the premier partner for the design, manufacture and contract services of custom technical products including custom technical wire and cable, retractable cable, cable assemblies, connectors, harnesses, injection molding, over-molding and contract engineering and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) for diverse applications in broadcast, life sciences, energy, MIL-Spec defense, industrial, machine vision, architectural lighting, underwater and beyond.
In addition to ISO 13485:2003, ISO 9001:2008, SAE AS9100C:2009 certifications and qualification to ISO 17025:2005, Northwire is a member of NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association), NCMA (National Contract Management Association), RIA (Robotics Industries Association), AIA (Automated Imaging Association), FieldComm (fka Foundation Fieldbus), ODVA (Open DeviceNet Vendors Associations) and WAI (Wire Association International), among others.
For more information, visit http://www.northwire.com.
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