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SAS Cable FAQ

What does SAS stand for? The SAS interface is a high-speed, bi-directional serial communications bus used to connect host computers and SAS peripherals. Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a point-to-point data transfer protocol that uses differential direct memory access...

Ribbon Cable FAQ

What is Ribbon Cable? A ribbon cable is a type of flat cable that uses multiple conductors in a flat, ribbon-like arrangement. Ribbon cables are typically used in electronic equipment where there is a high density of connectors, such as in computers and...

HDMI Cable FAQ

What is HDMI? HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. It’s a specification for a digital audio/video interface. HDMI carries uncompressed video and multi-channel digital audio in one cable. It is used to connect HDTVs, Blu-ray players, game...

Coaxial Cable FAQ

What is a Coaxial Cable? A coaxial cable is a type of cable that uses an inner conductor wire and an outer shield. The shield helps to protect the signal from external interference and noise. Coaxial cables are often used in networking, telecommunications, and other...

Cable Assembly FAQ

What is the difference between a wire, a cable and a harness? A wire is a single conductive element, typically made of metal. A cable is a multi-conductor element, typically composed of multiple wires bundled together. A harness is an electrical system consisting of...

USB Cable FAQ

What is a USB Cable? USB cables are used to connect devices such as computers, smartphones, and tablets to other devices, such as printers or chargers. They come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. USB cables can transfer data (such as photos, music files, and...

Fiber Optic Cable FAQ

What is a fiber optic cable? A fiber optic cable is a type of telecommunications cable that uses optical fibers to transmit data. Fibers are thin strands of glass or plastic that carry light signals through the cable. The signals are converted into electrical signals...

Custom Cable Assembly Drawings – Best Practices

Cable drawings are a graphical representation of a cable assembly. These engineering drawings provide end-to-end connection details to aid in project cost estimates through final assembly. Cable drawings are very important for reliable and consistent cable assembly...