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SUPPLEMENT CABLES & CONNECTORS


Hello and welcome to the April supplement of Electrical Engineering, which this month features everything you need to know about the latest and greatest cables and connectors.


We’ve included information from the top companies in this sector, whose products boast the fastest speeds, longest life span and most durable elements, with wise words from Hitaltech, Essentra Components and Clynder Cables, to name but a few.


Cables are essential, but are very much the unsung heroes of the industrial environment - without them we would be unable to function, but not much notice is taken of these speedy snakes of data. Then, of course, the regulations change, and all of sudden they are thrust centre stage. The 18th edition of wiring regulations has caused an industry wide debate and discussion on the implications of this latest piece of legislation. However, Electrical Engineering has got you covered, by providing you with the low down on what needs to be adhered to and what time saving, energy efficient projects can be completed. Reporting from the coalface of the industry, this supplement is here, making sure that you know your cables and make the right connections.


Carly Wills, Editor


CONTENTS S4. Cable contract for offshore floating wind farm S5. Cost-efficient solution for simple application S6. Cable supplier to play critical role in Energiewende S7. Reliability is key when sourcing cable S8. Conex-It range on display at PCB Design & Manfucaturing Live S9. Custom locking for data cabinets


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