Wires and cables have become an inseparable part of our community, with usage in almost all kinds of applications. Each application has a unique construction, accompanied by a termination that enables two sources to connect to one another. Let’s take a look at the different types of terminations, along with understanding when they are used, why they are used, and the specific regulations surrounding them.
Should you use single layered PCBs for your circuit or multi layered PCBs? As both the PCBs have their own advantages, it is important to understand which PCB you should use. But, the choice of PCB depends upon the application you are intending to use the PCB in, and the purpose that it needs to fulfill. Let us take a look at what single layered PCBs are good for, and what multi layered PCBs can do.
Wire harnesses are specially designed bundling systems that are used to keep numerous wires and cables organized into a bunch. While earlier, the entire process of manufacturing a wire harness was manual, today, there are a number of machines used to make the process automatic. However, only certain processes can be made automatic, with other processes requiring manual assistance. Thus, no wire harness manufacturing process can be completely automatic; it can only be a semi-automatic procedure.
Transformers are electrical devices designed and manufactured to step up or down the voltage, operating on a simple principle of magnetic induction, with no moving parts in the construction. When the voltage on the input side is transformed by a transformer, to the voltage required by the device or equipment connected to the output, it inversely increases or decreases the current flow between different voltage levels. Thus, if the voltage on the input side increases, the current flow decreases; and if the voltage on the input side decreases, the current flow increases. In this way, electrical transformers represent the law of conservation of energy, which says that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but only transformed.