The Differences Between UL Electronic Wire And The Normal Cables.

- Aug 01, 2018-

Wire and cable refer to materials used for power, communication, and related transmission. UL electronic wires and cables do not have serious boundaries. Generally, the number of cores is small, the diameter of the product is small, and the layout is simple. For example, UL1007 wire, UL1015 wire, UL2468 wire, UL1571 wire, UL1569 wire, etc. are called wires, and there is no insulated wire called bare wire. It is called a cable; a conductor with a large cross-sectional area (greater than 6 square millimeters) is called a large wire, and a smaller one (less than or 6 square millimeters) is called a small wire, and an insulated wire is also called a wire.

UL electronic wires and normal cables include bare wires, magnet wires, and insulated wires for electrical appliances, power cables, communication cables, and fiber optic cables. Most of the wires are UL or CE certified, and the normal cable is CCC certified.

UL electronic wire and cable classification

1. What kinds of commonly used wires and cables according to their purposes?

According to the use, it can be divided into bare wire, insulated wire, high temperature and high voltage electronic wire, heat resistant wire, shielded wire, power cable, control cable, communication cable, RF cable, etc.

2. What kinds of insulated wires are there?

Commonly used insulated wires are as follows: PVC insulated wire, PVC insulated cord, nitrile polyvinyl chloride mixture insulated cord, rubber insulated wire, agricultural underground direct buried aluminum core plastic insulated wire, rubber insulated cotton yarn textile soft Wire, PVC insulated nylon sheathed wire, PVC insulated cord for power and lighting, etc.

3. What kind of occasion is the UL electronic wire suitable for?

UL electronic wire is used in electronic appliances, electronic toys, lighting, computers, instrumentation, automobile and ship.

4. What are the UL electronic wire accessories?

Commonly used electronic wire accessories, electronic wire terminals, soldering iron welding, etc.