A cable's failure point is often where the cable is cut and mated with a terminal. This is where the wires are exposed to the environment—and this exposure risks damage to the cable system, even in normal working conditions.
To prevent terminal end risks, it is essential that you choose the most appropriate terminal shell option.
Our new guide, The Advantages of Molded Cable Assemblies, reviews the terminal shell options available to the cable industry, and the pros and cons of each type:
Non-molded components, which use a system of back-shells with connecting hardware to protect the wiring.
Molded cable assemblies, which allow for a variety of pin connections within the same assembly.
In order to select the right terminal shell option for your unique application, there are a number of factors to consider, and our eGuide provides guidance on choosing the best option for your use.
To obtain a copy of our eGuide, please complete the form to the right.