What is Woven Cable?
Woven cable was derived from the art of weaving textiles. Woven cable
is produced on modern weaving machines. The wire is set up as a warp medium.
The binding filler can be any high tensile yarn or special material depending
on the desired performance characteristics. This in turn allows for consistent,
well-controlled mass production of flat cable or wire harnesses in the same
fashion that textiles are produced.
Benefits of Woven Cable:
|Complex Systems Simplified|
|Increased Heat Dissipation|
Woven cable can be produced as a continuous length or be cut to length specifications.
Lead exposure is greatly facilitated by the absence of laminates or adhering
agents. The construction of woven cable provides sure and precise containment
of leads yet allows fast, easy separation to the desired length of lead exposure.
Special spacing for exact position of conductors is easily implemented.
Common Woven Cable Patterns:
|Fold Line Weave|
|Programmed Break Outs|