Jacketed cables – A profile

28 12 2011

Jacketed cables are a safe and convenient way to connect the various components inside the computers. 

With several components in the computers that are arranged in a compact case, there is always a likelihood that they will come into contact with each other. 

This could result in malfunctioning because each component is sensitive in nature.

Technicians avoid this by protecting them with the jacketed cables. The smaller size of the components and the close constellation do not permit individual cables to each component. 

Subsequently, there will be a number of cables in a jacketed cable that enables the technician to connect the components with each other for a smooth functioning of the computer.

Only a small portion of the cables are exposed and they are safely soldered to the components to ensure that there are no exposed ends.

The jacketed cables can save a great deal of time and, with standard colour coding of cables enabling the technicians to connect them to components with precision, they are valued particularly highly within the electronics components industry.

Jacketed cables are compact in nature, which also helps in reducing the space required inside the computer to connect them. 

With any complex piece of machinery that encompasses a large amount of components, it is important to consider the most effective way to protect them.


Challenger Components

For extra details on electronic components and in order to see the vast range of connectors which are available, visit www.challengercomponents.com

Challenger Components Ltd offer electronic components from a variety of trusted and established brands such as 3M, Amphenol and ebm-papst.

All of these companies have a proud reputation for quality and efficiency within the electronics manufacturing industry.







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