What Are the Different Types of Flexible Cable

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There are different types of flexible cables, meant for use in different applications and industries. Copper cables and Co Axial TV Cables are some of the different options and each one offers its unique set of benefits.

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Standard Electrical Standard Electrical QRG Towers Tel: + 91- 120- 4771000 2D Sec- 126 Express way http://www.standardelectrical.net Noida - 201304 UP India What Are the Different Types of Flexible Cable There are different types of cables and wires that offer different advantages. There is the flexible cable and then the coaxial cable used for televisions. Some types of cables are designed to be easily bendable so that they can be used for a wide range of applications. If you are looking for the right type of cable for your application it is important to consider the various benefits of each type. 1. Flexible Cables Flexible cables are meant for use in a wide range of industrial applications ranging from conveyors to crane hoists. A copper flexible cable can be made using different materials. Its main benefits include the following:  They feature longer lasting materials with excellent insulation  They are typically made of nickel-plated copper conductors with higher number of strand counts  These cables are available in different sizes for different applications  A typical flexible cable can withstand harsh conditions and stringent flex tests

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Standard Electrical Standard Electrical QRG Towers Tel: + 91- 120- 4771000 2D Sec- 126 Express way http://www.standardelectrical.net Noida - 201304 UP India 2. Copper Flexible Cables Copper is valued for having the highest level of electrical conductivity leaving apart silver. All the other metals are compared to annealed copper for their electrical conductivity. There are many other factors that make copper flexible cable the perfect choice including:  Strength  Ease of joining  High thermal conductivity  Formability of copper  Corrosion resistance  Thermal conductivity Due to the higher electrical conductivity of the metal smaller size conduct is required for making copper flexible cable. It is also easier to join these cables as the metal doesnt form the stubborn non-conducting oxide. Even the oxide film formed on copper has electrical conductivity. Due to all these benefits it is widely used in buildings.

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Standard Electrical Standard Electrical QRG Towers Tel: + 91- 120- 4771000 2D Sec- 126 Express way http://www.standardelectrical.net Noida - 201304 UP India 3. Co Axial TV Cables As the name suggests Co Axial TV Cables are thicker cables with multiple conductors running through cable. They are mostly used for connecting accessories to TVs but they are also used in the satellite and cable companies. Some of the main benefits of using these cables are as following:  Co Axial TV Cables are highly versatile and can be used for different applications. This cable is used for connecting the DVD/Blu-ray player to the TV. They can also be used for connecting to cable or satellite dish connection. The versatility of these cables come from their capacity to carry data video and radio transmission signals.  Co axial cables have large number of copper wires within an outer rubber coating. Co Axial TV Cables can transmit larger amounts of data at very high speed. They can touch data transfer speeds of 100 MBps making them perfect for broadband connections. There are Co Axial TV Cables with different frequency ranges. These cables are also well protected due to the thicker rubber layers. There are different types of flexible cable meant for different purposes. You can choose the right one based on your specific needs. Copper is the most widely used transmitting metal in these cables because of its exceptionally high conductivity. Co axial cables are also widely popular and highly versatile for their wide ranging benefits.

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