K M Cables & Conductors Blog http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/ Latest Products Fri, 19 Jul 2024 14:27:36 +0530 en-us http://www.xlpecables.com Digital Coaxial Cable and the Advantages of Digital Audio http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/digital-coaxial-cable-and-the-advantages-of-digital-audio_2836.htm Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:25:34 +0530 Digital Coaxial Cable has an inner conductor along with an insulating layer, which is surrounded by a conducting shield. Generally, Coaxial Cables have an insulating outer sheath as well. Coaxial cables are different from other shielded cables. These cables are used as transmission for radio frequency signals. Digital Coaxial Cables facilitate the transmission of digital audio signals. There are numerous advantages of using Digital Audio Mediums over Analog Audio ones.   Advantages Of Digital Audio: Longevity: Unlike analog mediums, digital audio mediums like CDs and MP3s are durable. Traditional mediums like vinyl cassettes and tapes tend to get ruptured and lose clarity easily. Digital audio mediums are more durable and have an extended longevity. Copying: Another advantage of Digital Audio is that it is typically easier to copy than analog audio. The information in Digital Audio is stored as a code, thus, the quality is not hampered while copying. Every digital edition of songs or audio clips sounds as good as the original. Storage: Digital Audio has an incredible storage capacity. A thousand tracks can be easily stored in a palm size iPod. Length of Play: The physical capacities of the analog medium limit the length of the playlist. Digital music has no such limitations. Thousands of tracks can be played on a digital playlist. Flexibility: Digital Audio facilitates flexibility. Listeners can shuffle, repeat and even mix tracks as per their choice. There are even customized options for flexible listening. Random Access Editing: Digital Audio is recorded on the hard disk. This facilitates random access editing.    K M Cables & Conductors is a Karnataka, India based reputed Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Composite Insulators. The company offers a wide range of products like HT XLPE Cables, PTFE Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable, Porcelain Insulators, Shielded Instrumentation Cable, etc. K M Cables & Conductors is a leading Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturer In India. The company offers all its products at market leading prices. To know more about the company or to check the details of its products, you can log on to the website www.xlpecables.com. Fiber Optics Cabling- The Ultimate Choice In Telecommunication http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/fiber-optics-cabling-the-ultimate-choice-in-telecommunication_2837.htm Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:28:16 +0530 Fiber Optics Cabling has revolutionized the world of telecommunication. An optical fiber is generally made up of high quality silica or plastic. It is flexible and transparent. The method of transmitting information by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber is called fiber-optic communication. The technology of fiber Optics Cabling prevails since a long time but it has been implemented widely in the telecommunication world recently. Its flexibility and cost-effectiveness have outdone the traditional cables.   Advantages of Fiber Optics Cabling: Secure transmission: Fiber Optics Cabling ensures a hundred percent secure transmission of data. It is almost impossible for data thieves to steal data through Fiber Optics Cabling due to its secured interface. Banks and other organizations rely on Fiber Optics Cabling for a secure transmission of data. Speed: The speed of the data transmission in Fiber Optics Cabling is incredible. It ensures almost instant delivery of data. Due to high speed data transfer, hospitals and other healthcare organizations prefer only Fiber Optics Cabling. Intrusion Prevention: Cable operators prefer Fiber Optics Cabling due to this property. Fiber Optics Cabling is not susceptible to disturbances of any kind thus provides total clarity. Easy to handle:  Fiber Optics Cables are light in weight and easy to handle. The length of Fiber Optics Cable required in various applications is also very less in comparison to the traditional wires. Flexible: There are two types of Fiber Optics Cabling- Single Mode Fiber Optics Cabling and Multi Mode Fiber Optics Cabling. Buyers can choose the type of Fiber Optics Cabling needed as per requirement. Cost-effective: Fiber Optics Cabling is very cost-efficient. The numerous advantages of Fiber Optics Cabling over traditional cables justify the higher costs of these cables.   K M Cables & Conductors is a Karnataka based reputed Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Fiber Optics Cabling. The company offers a wide range of products like HT XLPE Cables, PTFE Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable, Porcelain Insulators, Shielded Instrumentation Cable, etc. The company is a leading Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturer In India. The company offers Best Electrical Products at reasonable prices. To know more about the company and the Electrical Products offered by the company, log on to the website www.xlpecables.com. Advantages Of Composite Insulators http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/advantages-of-composite-insulators_2838.htm Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:30:02 +0530 Composite Insulators are usually of two types. One is a composite material of polymer and other is silicone rubber. The polymer generally used for making Composite Insulators is Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer Rubber (EPDM). Silicone Rubber Insulators are widely used in a number of industries. This wide usage of Composite Insulators is because of the intrinsic advantages that Composite Insulators have over other insulators. Some of them are listed below.   Cheaper – Composite Insulators are less costly than other types of insulators. Light Weight – Silicone and composite polymer, both the types of insulators are very light weight. This makes them easy to handle. Hydrophobic –These kind of insulators repel water. Therefore, they are perfect for use in any type of environmental conditions even when there are chances of water contact. This property of hydrophobicity reduces chances of current leakage through the insulation when in contact with water. Perfect For Use In Polluted Areas –They have high resistance against harmful gases that are usually present in polluted air. This makes Composite or Silicone Insulated Cables give high performance in polluted areas. Easy To Handle – These are non-brittle materials. This means there are least chances of damage while handling or transporting them. Workable In Natural Calamities – Composite Insulators continue functioning even after earthquakes, landslides, etc.   K M Cables & Conductors is a Karnataka based reputed Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Composite Insulators. The company offers a wide range of products like HT XLPE Cables, PTFE Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable, Porcelain Insulators, Shielded Instrumentation Cable, etc. K M Cables & Conductors is a leading Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturer In India. The company offers all its products at market leading prices. To know more about the company or to check the details of its products, you can log on to the website www.xlpecables.com. Applications Of Optical Fiber Cables http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/applications-of-optical-fiber-cables_2839.htm Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:31:13 +0530 Optical Fiber Cables are rapidly replacing the age old copper based cables. This is because of some added advantages that Fiber Optic Cables have over other types of cables. Other than that a major reason for the popularity of Fiber Optic Cables is that they have wide usability. Yes, they can be used in a number of areas and at the same time they are serving efficiently in all their applications.   Applications Of Fiber Optic Cables In Telecommunication Industry – Fiber Optic Cables are very flexible and hence can be bundled easily. Therefore they are perfect for use in complex computer networks. Along with that Fiber Optic Cables are used for long distance signal transmission owing to their little attenuation in comparison to other such products. For Medical Purposes – Fiber Optic Cables are used as imaging tools and light guides in medical operations. They also serve as lasers in some complex surgeries. For Broadcasting – Fiber Optic Cables are used for both indoor and outdoor wiring of CATV and HDTV. As Sensors – Fiber Optic Cables are excellent at sensing external signals. Therefore in many high profile manufacturing of submarines, aircrafts, etc. They are used for wiring. Such cables are widely used in different applications across multiple sectors.   Based in Karnataka, India, K M Cables & Conductors is a leading Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Fiber Optic Cables. The company is also a trusted Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturer In India. Other products offered by the company are Solar Cables, Submersible Cables, Cat5 & Cat6 LAN Cables, Composite Insulators, Insulated Multicore Cable and many more. All the products are very reasonably priced. For further details of the company, or to know more about its products, one can go to the website www.xlpecables.com. Properties Of Rubber Insulated Power Cable http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/properties-of-rubber-insulated-power-cable_2882.htm Fri, 20 Sep 2013 12:14:18 +0530 Typically, Rubber Insulated Power Cable is an assembly of more than two electrical conductors held together with a covering of rubber. The Rubber Insulated Power Cable is used for transmitting electric power. It is widely used to supply Power to low voltage appliances such as submersible pumps and electric motors. Besides, as <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/power-control-cable.htm"><b>Rubber Insulated Power Cable</b></a> is flexible, it can be used for varied power transmission applications in different settings.   Properties Rubber Insulated Power Cable Rubber Insulated Power Cable is water resistant which makes it suitable for areas with moist temperature.  Because it is protected with rubber sheath, Rubber Insulated Power Cable is strong and durable. Also, it is tear and wear resistant.  Rubber Insulated Power Cable is flexible and can be used in all conditions whether high, low or normal room temperatures. It can be used in a number of industries for varied power transmission purposes.  Rubber Insulated Power Cable does not change its mechanical properties even when exposed to high and extreme temperatures.  Rubber Insulated Power Cable is beneficial for both indoor and outdoor wiring because it has excellent sunlight resistance.   Uses Of Rubber Insulated Power Cable: There are many uses of Rubber Insulated Power Cable because it can be fitted as a permanent wiring in buildings, run overhead or buried in the ground. It also finds uses in mobile tools, portable devices and machinery   Based in Bangalore (Karnataka), K M Cables & Conductors, is a dominant Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Rubber Insulated Power Cable. You can order high quality Electrical Cables such as Aerial Bunched Cable, HT XLPE Cables, Power Control Cable, Jelly Filled Telephone Cables, Shielded Instrumentation Cable, Thermocouple Cable, Coaxial Cable, Insulated, Multicore Cable, PTFE Insulated Cable, Submersible Cable, Silicone Rubber Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable and Solar Cable, etc. from the company. To know in detail regarding all these products, you can go through www.xlpecables.com. Uses And Advantages Of Jelly Filled Cable http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/uses-and-advantages-of-jelly-filled-cable_2883.htm Fri, 20 Sep 2013 12:16:10 +0530 The first thought that comes to our mind hearing Jelly Filled Cable is that it is a Cable or a wire Filled with Jelly. Indeed, a Jelly Filled Cable is filled with a water resistant compound, known as Petroleum Jelly. Jelly Filled Cable is basically an underground Cable with polythene insulation on conductors. The spaces between these conductors are fully filled with petroleum jelly. The Petroleum Jelly Filled between the interiors of the Cable prevents moisture to enter inside the sheath or into the Cable. Typically, the <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/jelly-filled-telephone-cables.htm"><b>Jelly Filled Cables</b></a> are smooth, free from any physical flaws and circular throughout the length   Uses Of Jelly Filled Cables: Most commonly, the Jelly Filled Cables are used for telecommunication and interexchange purposes. That’s why they are also known as Jelly Filled Telephone Cables. Jelly Filled Cables can also be used for axle counters and closed circuits.    Advantages Of Using Jelly Filled Cables: Jelly Filled Cables are durable and hard wearing. The Petroleum Jelly Filled inside the cables prevents penetration of water and moisture thus protecting the cable from damage. Jelly Filled Cables can be easily exposed to moist weathers.  Different sizes are available in Jelly Filled Cables making them an appropriate choice for varied telecommunication purposes.  Being underground cables, Jelly Filled Cables are not prone to ravages of living beings and natural calamities.  Jelly Filled Cables last long without affecting the quality of service.    K M CABLES & CONDUCTORS is one of the prominent Jelly Filled Telephone Cables Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers. Apart from Jelly Filled Cables, the company offers different Electrical Cables namely Aerial Bunched Cable, HT XLPE Cables, Power Control Cable, Shielded Instrumentation Cable, Thermocouple Cable and Coaxial Cables. It also provides composite Insulators, Rubber Flexible Cable, Submersible Cables, Optical Fiber Cable, Solar Cables, ACSR Conductors and Porcelain Insulators, etc. the company has its clients spread all over Asia. To place your orders log on to www.xlpecables.com. Coaxial Cables - Looking Into Their Benefits http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/coaxial-cables-looking-into-their-benefits_2962.htm Wed, 16 Oct 2013 15:40:02 +0530 Coaxial Cables are the latest addition to the high performance transmission lines. There is a core conductor covered with a tubular insulating layer in every Coaxial Cable. The insulating cover is again wrapped with a conductor and the whole set is lastly covered with another strong insulator. Coaxial Cables are so named, owing to the core conductor and tubular conducting shield sharing the same geometrical axis. These cables find a number of applications as transmission lines for the radio frequency signals, as feedlines for linking radio transmitters, for cable television signal distribution, etc.   Benefits of Coaxial Cables: Negligible Signal Leakage – The signal is transferred by the core conductor in a Coaxial Cable. The tubular layer of an insulator serves the purpose of a dielectric. Current transfer creates an electric and magnetic field but those get confined to the dielectric insulator. Therefore Coaxial Cables offer minimum signal leakage. This has led to the extensive demand and use of Coaxial Cables to transfer highly secured signals. Low Interference – The outer magnetic as well as electric fields are also prevented by the dielectric insulator to interfere with the transferred signal. Again a shield of high safety that there remains no possibility of deliberate or incidental signal alteration. Environmental Sustenance – Due to double layers of protection, Coaxial Cables can efficiently transfer signals in extreme environmental conditions. Wide Range of Frequency – Signals of varied frequency and different speeds can be easily transferred through Coaxial Cables. Safety – The last layer of strong insulator and the mesh cover of secondary conductor offer high resistance against heat in Coaxial Cables. Long Distance Transfer – Coaxial Cables have already proved their mark for transferring data across far off distances.   Based in Karnataka (India), K M CABLES & CONDUCTORS is a leading Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Fire Survival Cables. It offers a wide range of Coaxial Cables at market leading prices. It is one of the leading Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturers In India. For more information please visit www.xlpecables.com. Qualities of Disk Insulator http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/qualities-of-disk-insulator_2963.htm Wed, 16 Oct 2013 15:41:22 +0530 Disk Insulators are widely used in the field of overhead transmission and distribution of electric current. These Insulators are used to connect the Electric Cables with the body of the transmission tower. Typically, they are made of either composites or silicone rubber. Both are non-brittle materials and therefore there remain very low chances of the Disk Insulators getting damaged while installing or removing.   Qualities of Disk Insulator Hydrophobic – Disk Insulators are completely suitable for uses in open areas. Rain does not affect their performance because they repel water. This also means there will be no current leakage in the situations of rain. High Mechanical Strength – The tensile or mechanical strength of Disk Insulators is quite high so they can endure expansion of wires due to extreme heat in summers. Resist Tracking – These Insulators can effectively resist tracking and hence very low line loss is possible. Light Weight – The disk shape of these Insulators divides the weight evenly and hence they are light in weight. Durability – Disk Insulators are extremely durable and that’s the reason they can efficiently perform even in situations of calamities. High Resistance Against Harmful Gases – Disk Insulators do not get affected by chemicals and gases so they are perfectly suitable for applications in polluted environments. Easy To Install – Disk Insulators are precision engineered and that’s why they are very easy to install. Cheaper – Disk Insulators or Composite Insulators are available at lower prices than any other such product. Vandal Proof – Disk Insulators are such devices that vandals cannot easily damage or use them anywhere else.   Buyers can contact K M CABLES & CONDUCTORS to purchase Disk Insulators. It is Karnataka based reputed Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Disk Insulators. The company is a highly trusted Rubber Insulated Electric Wire Manufacturer In India and is well-known for high quality Electrical Products. The contact and product details of the company can be accessed at http://www.xlpecables.com/. Shielded Cable Types http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/shielded-cable-types_3124.htm Fri, 29 Nov 2013 10:56:11 +0530 The electrical cables consisting of more than one insulated conductors enclosed inside a conductive layer are known as Shielded Cables. The conductive layer which encloses conductors is the shield. This shield is mostly composed of braided metallic strands or non-braided metallic tape. The metal used in making this shield is ordinarily copper. Apart from metallic braided strands and tapes, conductive polymers are also used in making Shielded Cables.   The metallic or polymer shielding of Shielded Cables protects the conductors placed inside it from the disturbance caused by electromagnetic interference. This Shielding works like a “faraday cage” by protecting the conductors from radiations which cause electromagnetic interference and electrical noise. This shielding effectively minimizes the capacitive coupled noise which is known to originate from electrical sources.   Applications Of Shielded Cables The signal cables installed in microphones are generally Shielded Cables. These cables are also used in recording studios and other sound applications for preventing the disturbance in transmission of signals due to electromagnetic interruptions arising from electrical sources. Shielded Cables are also used in high-voltage power applications for protecting the equipment operating at high-voltage current. Shielded Cables find application in health care facilities because they are flame resistant. Shielded Cables are also installed in fire alarm systems because they are known to efficiently transmit signal and electricity even at high temperatures due to the flame resistant braided or tape shielding inside them. Shielded Cables are also used in wiring facilities in residential and commercial spaces. These flame resistant cables protect conductors inside from electromagnetic disturbance and help in effective propagation of signals and electricity.   K M Cables & Conductors is a well-known Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Electrical Products. The range of Electrical Products offered by the company includes Electrical Cables, Insulated Multi-core Cable, PTFE Insulated Cable, Submersible Cables, Silicone Rubber Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable, Solar Cables, ACSR Conductors and Porcelain Insulators. For more information about the offerings of the company, you can log on to http://www.xlpecables.com. Advantages Of Optical Fiber Cables http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/advantages-of-optical-fiber-cables_3125.htm Fri, 29 Nov 2013 10:58:35 +0530 Optical Fiber Cables are extensively used in telecommunication networks. The protective tubes of these cables are designed according to the environmental conditions that they will be subjected to in a particular application. These cables are used in an array of signal transmitting applications. Optical Fiber Cables have many advantages, a few of which are mentioned below.   The cost involved in manufacturing Optical Fiber Cables is quite lesser than most other types of cables. The reduced manufacturing price makes these types of cables comparatively cheaper. Optical Fiber Cables use light for transmitting signals which is comparatively faster than electricity. Therefore the signals are transmitted at a faster rate by these types of cables. Since light is used for transmitting signals through these cables, hence there are no electrical interruptions or interferences that could obstruct the path of signals. The quality of signals transmitted through Optical Fiber Cables is better than electrical cables because as mentioned in the point above there is nil or negligible electrical interference or noise. There is nil or negligible electrical interruptions in transmitting signals through <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/optical-fiber-cable.htm"><b>Optical Fiber Cables</b></a>. Therefore the power consumed in transmitting is also lesser which reduces the overall cost required for working with and maintaining these cables. Optical Fiber Cables are easy to install and can be accommodated even in small spaces conveniently. These cables are also quite flexible and can be twisted in any way for installation purpose. They can even be tied into loose knots during installation, without getting worried about any damage.   K M Cables & Conductors is a prominent Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Electrical Products. Company’s offerings include Electrical Cables, Insulated Multi-core Cable, PTFE Insulated Cable, Submersible Cables, Silicone Rubber Insulated Cable, Optical Fiber Cable, Solar Cables, ACSR Conductors and Porcelain Insulators. You can log on to http://www.xlpecables.com, to know more about the products offered by the company. Specialty Of PTFE Insulated Cables http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/specialty-of-ptfe-insulated-cables_3197.htm Tue, 24 Dec 2013 10:57:14 +0530 PTFE Insulated Cables exhibit exceptional resistance to organic fluids, acids and chemicals. Besides, they perform superbly well at elevated temperatures. It is for these reasons that <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/ptfe-insulated-cable.htm" ><b>PTFE Insulated Cables</b></a> have become an important element of electrical installations in residential, commercial and industrial set ups. There are many more factors that make these cables special.   Characteristics Of PTFE Insulated Cables Mechanically tough and flexible:  PTFE is known for its durability and elasticity. The attributes make PTFE Cables mechanically tough and resilient to withstand hostile environmental conditions of UV exposure, moisture, rain, dirt, physical impact, etc. Superior performance at elevated temperatures: PTFE is a material crafted to retain its functionality even at extremely elevated temperatures. It remains dimensionally stable in case of fire hazards or in conditions where ambient temperatures are quite high than normal. PTFE can easily handle temperatures to up to 260 degree C, thereby making it an optimal choice for Insulating Cables. Non-flammability:  PTFE is a polymer that is non flammable in nature. In case of fire emergency, it doesn’t burn readily thus contributing its bit in restricting flame propagation. Excellent chemical resistance: PTFE Insulated cables are completely safe against aggressive chemicals, acids and organic compounds. Superior Mechanical Properties: PTFE Cables are attributed with excellent mechanical properties. They are very flexible at low temperatures and have a low coefficient of friction which makes them ideal for a wide array of applications.   For the finest range of Electrical Products, you can contact K M Cables & Conductors. The company is based in Bangalore and brings to you a wide range of Electrical Products that include Electrical Cables, Submersible Cables, Optical Fiber Cable, Solar Cables, ACSR Conductors, Porcelain Insulators, etc. For more information about the company and the products it offers, you can log on to http://www.xlpecables.com/. Jelly Filled Cable http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/jelly-filled-cable_3198.htm Tue, 24 Dec 2013 11:01:37 +0530 Jelly Filled Cables are used in underground applications and comprise of polythene that insulates the conductors. The spaces between the conductors is filled with petroleum jelly and hence the name. Why petroleum jelly? Petroleum jelly prevents the penetration of moisture or water vapor to the core; this helps in restricting damages and short-circuits.   In a <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/jelly-filled-telephone-cables.htm"><b>Jelly Filled Cable</b></a>, to ensure proper identification of the cable, proper information is embossed on the polythene jacket. The marking on the polythene jacket is usually white or yellow in color and may specify: Name of the Manufacturer Year of Manufacture Cable Drum Number   Construction Of A Jelly Filled Cable A Jelly Filled Cable is made up for the following components: Polythene Outer Jacket Galvanized Steel Tape Polythene Tape Inner Sheath Poly-Laminated Tape Core Wrapping Tape Polythene Insulated Copper Conductor   Polythene Outer Jacket: Polythene Outer jacket is the outermost covering of an armored cable that is tightly secured with polythene. This jacket is circular and free from pin holes or any other sort of defects. It is the outer sheath that protects the inner covering of the wire.   Galvanized Steel Tape: Beneath the outer jacket lie two layers of galvanized steel tape that protects the inside sheathed cable. Each layer of the galvanized steel tape is applied in a spiral form pointing towards the same direction.   Polythene Tape: Beneath the galvanized steel tape is a helix mesh of polythene lapping the inner sheath. This is done to ensure proper bedding to the internal component.   Polythene Inner Sheath: The cable core is completed through a layer of petroleum jelly, incorporated with poly laminated taped sheath surrounding the laminating tape.   Poly-Laminated Tape: A polythene coated aluminum tape is applied on the core of the wire to protect the petroleum jelly filled inside the core.   Petroleum Jelly: The cable core consists of a water resistant petroleum jelly that protects moisture from seeping in to the insulated conductor.   Polythene Insulated Copper Conductor: At the core of the wire, is an electric conductor that transmits electric current. Conductor generally consists of a round wire made from highly conductive material.   Based in Bangalore, K M Cables & Conductors offer a comprehensive range of Electrical Products including Electrical Cables, Submersible Cables, Optical Fiber Cable, Solar Cables, ACSR Conductors, Porcelain Insulators, etc. You can log on to http://www.xlpecables.com/ to know more about the company and its offerings. Common Types Of Electrical Cables http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/common-types-of-electrical-cables_4431.htm Mon, 01 Dec 2014 16:16:25 +0530 An Electrical Cable is used to transmit electrical power from one point to another. It carries power and is major necessity for running electrical devices. Also known as power cables, Electrical Cables are widely used in almost every industry. They are comprised of electric wires which are usually made of copper. The Electrical Cables are insulated in order to get protection against shocks and hazards. There are many types of electrical cables in terms of configuration, size and performance. Each one of them is suitable for specific applications. Below mentioned are some of the common types of <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/electrical-cables.htm"><b>Electrical Cables</b></a>.Coaxial cableA coaxial electrical cable is comprised of a copper plated core which is surrounded by a dielectric insulator. A woven shield of copper enwraps the insulating layer which is enveloped by an outer layering of plastic sheath. Coaxial cables come in different sizes, and performance parameters. They can be further classified on the basis of malleability, power handling strength and cost. They are commonly used at residential places to connect devices like televisions, radios with power source. They are also used to facilitate television networks and local area networks.Shielded CableA shielded electrical cable is composed of collectively enclosed insulated wires. Mylar foil or woven braid shielding could be used for adjoining the wires together. High-voltage power applications generally use shielded cables. Shielded cables are capable of providing uninterrupted supply of power or signal as they are resistant to external radio or power frequency interference. Apart from the above mentioned types of Electrical Cables, Aerial Bunched Cables, Jelly Filled Telephone Cables and Thermocouple Cables are also commonly used for specific purposes. Electrical Cables are designed in such a way that they can withstand harsh weather conditions and exposure to rains or sun. Optical Fiber Cable http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/optical-fiber-cable_4548.htm Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:37:50 +0530 An Optical Fiber Cable is basically a cable comprising one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light. The optical fiber elements are coated separately with plastic layers and enveloped in a protective tube, apt for the conditions, where the cable has to be deployed. Different types of Optical Fiber Cables are taken in application, for different kind of purposes like, long distance telecommunication or transmission of high speed data connection between different areas of a building.The working of Optical Fiber CableThe working of an Optical Fiber Cable is based on the rule of total internal reflection. Light reflects or refracts‚ on the basis of the angle at which it hits a surface. Optical fiber communications follows the principle that light in a glass medium can carry more data over longer distances than electrical signals in copper or radio frequencies with the help of a wireless medium.Types of Optical Fiber CableTypically, there are two types of Optical Fiber Cable; single mode and multimode fiber cable. Multimode fiber was the first commercially sold fiber cable. It has a large core that enables hundreds of light modes to transmit through the fiber at the same time. The large core diameter of multimode fiber is ideal for use in low cost optical transmitters such as light emitting diodes.On the other hand‚ single mode fiber cable has a smaller core that enables the transmission of only one mode of light at a time, through the core. Although, it may seem like that multimode fiber has higher capacity‚ in reality, single mode fiber is considered to be the most efficient.<a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/optical-fiber-cable.htm"><b>Optical Fiber Cables</b></a> are easy to install as they are very light weight. They are small in size and are quite flexible. However, tight bends should be avoided as it may cause loss of light. Porcelain Insulators: Resisting Electricity At Their Best http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/porcelain-insulators-resisting-electricity-at-their-best_4669.htm Wed, 07 Jan 2015 10:52:36 +0530 Porcelain is Aluminum Silicate. <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/porcelain-insulators.htm"><b>Porcelain Insulators</b></a> have a number of advantages and are thus preferred in applications requiring electrical insulation. They are not dangerous waste and are thus environment friendly; they are attributed with superior electrical strength; they exhibit exceptional resistance to degradation of the surface in physically challenging conditions, they do not show signs of defects in the ceramics-to-metal interface and have many more properties that make them ideal for electrical insulation. Porcelain InsulatorsPorcelain insulators have their origin even before the Civil War. Porcelain has greater strength and surface resistance because of which it has become the standard for power distribution. These insulators have remarkable electrical properties. Porcelain insulators are mostly compared to glass and are preferred because of their high electrical load bearing capacity. They are available in as many colors and significantly more styles. Porcelain insulators are made up of clay or alumina and coated with a substance that serves as a shield against moisture. Porcelain insulators are manufactured with wet clay that makes it long lasting. Porcelain Insulators Resist Electricity at its BestPorcelain is aluminum silicate. The Porcelain insulators have 25+ kV/mm-electrical strength that is higher than the polymer that has just 20 kV/mm electrical strength. Porcelain Insulators practically have higher resistance since the conductive path is created slowly in comparison to that of composite-material insulator. The porcelain insulators offer high mechanical strength under pressure and hardness. It does not deform unless external force is deployed. Porcelain is well known for resisting electrical conductivity, which makes it ideal and distinguishable from others.Hence, one can agree to the fact that porcelain insulators resist electricity at its best. It has been widely acknowledged that porcelain insulators are the strongest, most durable of all that gives a varied range of benefits to the manufacture of electrical porcelain insulators. Porcelain insulator is a wise choice to make since it resists electricity at its best. Cost effective PVC insulated cable solutions in India http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/cost-effective-pvc-insulated-cable-solutions-in-india_4948.htm Mon, 09 Mar 2015 17:14:13 +0530 SWA or steel wire armoured cable is the hard-wearing or non-wearing power cable designed to supply mains electricity. It includes 11Kv Cable and 33 Kv and is the number of armoured electrical cable. One can behold them underground power networks, systems and cable ducting. A multicore cable, the generic term for electric cable, has too many cores made from copper wires in it. So, in a way, cables with many cores are multicore cables. A cable having four coaxial cables within a single sheath is referred to as multicore. Used in professional video cameras, television studios, such cables can connect camera control units with the camera. They enable signals and so the multicore cables find their utility in analog signals and digital signal. <a href="http://www.xlpecables.com/insulated-multicore-cable.htm"><b>Insulated multicore cable suppliers in India</b></a> make the availability of insulated multicore cables that are greatly flexible and can be found in various dimensions. What are specifications of insulated multicore cables of suppliers in India? Cables are coated with the material Poly Flex that offer better insulation. Such cables are much brighter, annealed with copper. Both sheathed and unsheathed insulated cables are available at the cost-effective rates. Both industrial construction and residents find the usage of multicore cables. PVC welding cables are made from copper and even aluminium. Such a cable is offered as half sheathed type. PVC insulated cables are made available in various thickness and diameters and also in various resistance level.   What is flexible multicore cable?Flexible multicore cables are made by the company using ISI-694/90 standards, and they also have ISI mark. The bright copper conducts are insulated with the use of Poly Flex PVC insulator. The flexible multicore cable can easily withstand any level of voltage and are used for the power supply widely. Customisable power cables can be customised as per the requirement. What are the uses of multicore cables?The insulated multicore cables are used where high-reliability and high-temperature interconnections are desired for control applications and for the attainment of signals. The two core cable is being used for signal communication for it has the property or feature of common-mode cancellation. The manufacturers offer an array of pairs or cores formed as one large cable. The multicore cables of the company can be conveniently shielded and also unshielded along with PVC jackets or with PTFE. The Logical Choice for Deep Well Installations- Submersible Cables http://www.xlpecables.com/blog/the-logical-choice-for-deep-well-installations-submersible-cables_4979.htm Wed, 18 Mar 2015 10:42:22 +0530 Submersible Pump Cables are extensively used in submersible applications that are subjected to water. 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