Cable Assemblies327,597 Results
- Barrel - Audio Cables
- Barrel - Power Cables
- Between Series Adapter Cables
- Circular Cable Assemblies
- Coaxial Cables (RF)
- D-Shaped, Centronics Cables
- D-Sub Cables
- Fiber Optic Cables
- Firewire Cables (IEEE 1394)
- Flat Flex Jumpers, Cables (FFC, FPC)
- Flat Flex Ribbon Jumpers, Cables
- Jumper Wires, Pre-Crimped Leads
- LGH Cables
- Modular Cables
- Pluggable Cables
- Power, Line Cables and Extension Cords
- Rectangular Cable Assemblies
- Smart Cables
- Solid State Lighting Cables
- Specialized Cable Assemblies
- USB Cables
- Video Cables (DVI, HDMI)
Barrel - Audio Cables
Barrel - Audio Cables are cables with barrel-shaped interconnects for audio applications. The two most common types are Phono, also known as RCA, and Phone, available in 1/8” and 1/4” sizes. Cable lengths range from 4 inches to 50 feet. Their channel options include Mono, Stereo, 3 Conductor, and 6 Conductor. Plug, socket, and bare wire configurations are available.
Barrel - Power Cables
Barrel power cables consist of free-hanging barrel connectors factory installed on compatible cables categorized by their compatibility with free hanging, board and panel mount mating connectors. Common configurations are jack to plug, plug to plug, jack to jack, and jack to wire leads with options for right angle styles and double connected ends.
Between Series Adapter Cables
Between series adapter cable products are terminated with connectors of different types or styles at either end, and commonly used for transitioning between connector styles in use or use of a connector type for non-traditional purposes. Examples include cables with USB-A connectors on one end and a power barrel plug on the other (used for drawing power from a USB port), cables with DVI and VGA connectors for connecting computer monitors to various video sources, RJ-45 and M12 circular connectors for industrial Ethernet application, and many others.
Circular Cable Assemblies
Circular cable assemblies are composed of a length of cable material terminated at one or more ends with a circular connector, which are generally round in cross section and tend to have contacts arranged according to a polar, rather than rectangular, layout. Common circular connector styles represented include XLR, DIN, metric circular connectors in M5 through M40 sizes.
Coaxial Cables (RF)
Coaxial cable products consist of two or more conductors of circular cross section, the center points of which are coincident in the finished product. They are differentiated from shielded cables having one internal conductor by the degree of care used in manufacturing; products considered coaxial cables are manufactured with greater attention paid to maintaining consistent conductor geometries, insulation thickness, and insulation dielectric properties along the length of the cable, in order to minimize discontinuities in cable characteristics along its length that would adversely affect its utility for carrying high frequency signals.
D-Shaped, Centronics Cables
Products in this family are lengths of cable material terminated at one or both ends with a Centronix style connector, characterized by a mating end having a D-shaped shroud surrounding a rectangular contact set similar in form to a card edge interconnect system. Named after the computer equipment company that popularized its use in the 1970s and '80s, its use for peripheral interconnect applications in computer systems has since been largely supplanted by other systems.
D-subminiature connectors are so named in reference to the shape of the outer shroud surrounding the contacts at their mating end, which resembles the letter 'D', and because at the time of their introduction the interconnect density they offered was among the highest available. Products in this family are finished-goods cable assemblies with connectors applied, though products with a single connector applied are included. Due to use precedents established over many decades of service, there are significant variations in the actual connectivity provided by various cables; use care to select a product suitable for the intended purpose.
Fiber Optic Cables
Fiber Optics are cables that contains a glass or plastic thread enclosed within a jacketed material.
Firewire Cables (IEEE 1394)
Cables that have interconnects that meet the IEEE 1394 specification, also commonly known as FireWire, on one or both ends of the cable. These devices are often used to transmit data to and from a computer and external devices. While not commonly in use today, some older equipment may still have active connection points.
Flat Flex Jumpers, Cables (FFC, FPC)
Flat Flex Cables (FFC, FPC) FFC cables are a series of single flat conductor wires placed parallel to each other and molded together. The cables have a pitch of 0.050” (1.27mm) or 0.100” (2.54mm) with the number of contact ranging from 2 to 55 in lengths from 5’ (1.52m) to 500’ (152.4m). The FFC cables have assemblies with a contact termination of receptacle to receptacle, receptacle to solder tab, or solder tab to solder tab.
Flat Flex Ribbon Jumpers, Cables
Lengths of flat, thin cable which house flat conductors placed parallel to each other that have the conductors exposed on both ends of the cable.
Jumper Wires, Pre-Crimped Leads
Jumper Wires or Pre-Crimped Leads are single conductor devices with the same or different contact ends. The wire leads measure in length from 2.00” to 18.0” with wire gauges of 8 AWG to 32 AWG and wire colors of black, blue, brown, gray, green, green-yellow, orange, red, slate, violet, white, and yellow.
LGH Cables are circular connector or rectangular connectors designed for use with high voltages from 4.5 kV to 50 kV in lengths from 3.94” (100.00 mm) to 40.03’ (12.20 m) shielded or unshielded in wire gauges of 6 AWG to 26 AWG.
Modular cable assemblies consist of a length of appropriate cordage terminated with a style of interconnect product known as a "modular connector". Commonly used in telecommunications applications such as wired Ethernet and telephone networks, modular cables can be broadly divided into two classes based on their use of flat or round cable types. Flat modular cables provide ease of termination at cost of electrical performance and are used in low-speed applications such as baseband voice communications; whereas round cables (having their inner conductors twisted together in pairs) can be used for high-speed applications such as gigabit Ethernet.
Products in the pluggable cable family are connectorized lengths of suitable cable materials designed to meet industry standard specifications and used primarily for interconnecting computer hardware and data network infrastructure components. Products based on electrical and optical interconnections are represented, including SATA, eSATA , SFP, SFP+, micro SFP+, PCIe, QSFP, and others.
Power, Line Cables and Extension Cords
Power, Line Cables and Extension Cords are cables with interconnects on one or both ends. The interconnects on these devices are designed to transfer power from a wall outlet to an external equipment. The connector types are AFSNIT 107-2-D1, AS3112, BS 546, BS1363, CEE (7/16, 7/4, 7/7, 7/VII), CEI 23-(16/7, 50), IEC 309, IEC 320, IEC 62196, IEC 884, IRAM (2063, 2073), NEMA (1, 10, 14, 5, 6, L14,L15, L16, L21, L5, L6), SANS, SEV, and SI 32.
Rectangular Cable Assemblies
Rectangular cable assemblies contain a rectangular interconnect on one or both ends of a specified length of cable. Connector types include card edge, DIP, PCB, plug, SAE, socket, etc. Cable lengths range from 1/2 inch to over 80 feet. Usages include adapters, extensions, power splitter, patch, board in, etc.
Smart Cables are cables with interconnects on one or both ends that have electronic components built into one or both of the terminating connectors. The characteristics are usage, convert from, convert to, length, and shielding. The usage includes USB null modem, USB to IEEE 1284, USB to MPSSE, USB to RS232, USB to RS422, USB to RS485, USB to TTL Serial (1.8V,3.3V,5V), USB to UART, and USB to UART/ Raspberry Pi (RPi).
Solid State Lighting Cables
Solid state lighting cables are designed to work with specific solid state lighting equipment. There are a variety of connector options, color options, lengths, and features. Connector options are: blade and receptacle - multi position, outlet - mini HVL, plug - mini HVL, sockets, etc. Each of the connector types offer different position options.
Specialized Cable Assemblies
Products in the specialized cable assembly family incorporate cordage and connectors in combinations that are purpose specific, non-standard, uncommon, or which are otherwise ill-suited for classification among cable assemblies of some other type. Grounding and bonding straps, photovoltaic power cables, and backplane cables are among included products.
USB Cables have a USB interconnects on one or both ends of the cable. These devices are often used to transmit data to and from a computer and external devices or used to power/charge an electronic device. The characteristics are configuration, length, specifications, wire gauge, shielding, and style with configurations of female to female, female to male, male to male, female to cable, and male to cable using USB-A female/male, USB-B female/male, micro B female/male, micro A female/male, C female/male, mini A female/male, mini B female/male, and power male plug.
Video Cables (DVI, HDMI)
Video Cables (DVI, HDMI) have interconnects on one or both ends of the cable. These devices are often used for connecting to or between video sources. The characters are connector type, length, cable type, shielding, and usage. The usages are CCD camera, digital visual interface, high definition multimedia interface, multi media, patch, and Raspberry Pi.