Assemblies

Assemblies

Futuristic Circuit Board. Blue with elecrons.

Futuristic Circuit Board. Blue with elecrons.

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Also known as a wire harness, cable harness, wiring assembly, or wiring loom, a cable assembly is a grouping of cables or wires that transmits signals or electrical power. In binding the cables together, a cable assembly works to prevent disruption to the signal that might be caused by vibration, abrasion, moisture, fire, or electrical malfunctions (sometimes called shorts). A cable assembly can be created using a number of different casings — straps, cable ties, cable lacing, sleeves, electrical tape, conduit, braiding, a weave of extruded string, or a combination of the these materials – but the purpose is always to increase the efficiency of the products.

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Cable assemblies are designed according to geometric and electrical requirements, which are translated into a diagram that is used in the preparation and assembly of the harness. First the wires are cut to the desired length followed by a marking process (either manual or automated) for identification purposes. Next, the wires are stripped to expose their metal cores and assembled together with any extra terminals or connectors housings required. The bundle is then clamped onto a form board or assembly fixture. This finished mass is fitted with any protective sleeves, conduit, or extruded yarn. The entire process is usually completed by hand because of the intricate processing required at various stages of production, such as routing the wires through sleeves, taping, crimping terminals onto wires, inserting one sleeve into another, and fastening the strands with tape, clamps, or cable ties.

Once the construction is finished, technicians test the finished cable assembly with electrical test equipment. They typically check the electrical functionality using a pre-programmed circuit tester. If the cable assembly does not perform admirably, it will be repaired or reconstructed.

Most standard cable assemblies are related to consumer products such as Firewire cables, power cables, headphone cables, etc. However, once you venture outside the world of consumer products many cable assemblies are of the custom build-to-print variety. Cable assembly anatomy is typically built up from a variety of discrete cables and wires or is based on a pre-manufactured bulk-jacketed cable.