Waterproof Connector To DC Cable
Model Number : automotive wire harness 68
Place Of Origin : Olink
Capacity : 1.5 USD
MOQ : 20 × 20 × 10 Centimeters
SGS IATF16949,CE certificateion cable
Plastic shell: nylon PA66
Terminal: tinned copper
Wire: copper core, PVC jacket
Rated temperature: -25 to +85°C
Wire harness: PVC, rubber, silicone
Operating frequency: 50/60Hz
Applicable current: 3A
Applicable voltage: 250V AC/DC
Flammability rating: 94V, VW-1, CSA FT1
1 Connectors could be TE, Molex, JST, Deutsch, Hirschmann, Delphi, FCI or equivalents.
2 Cables can use UL.CCC,CE.VDE,CSA,AS/NZ,PSE proved.
3 Free Samples can be supplied after quotation confirmed.
4 Strict quality control following ISO management system.
5 All the products are 100% test before delivery
6 All kinds of our products are ROHS compliant.
7 ODM/OEM order, trial order and customized cable are welcomed.
8 Our engineers have more than 12years experience on wiring harness design so that we can work with you to find the best solution to not only meet requirements but also control costs.
Wire Harness Design
A wire harness is typically designed to simplify the manufacture of a larger component, and is designed based on the geometric and electrical requirements of the equipment it is to be installed in.
Wire harnesses are commonly used in the electronics industry, the automotive industry, in the manufacture of construction machinery and industrial equipment, as well as in the manufacture of white goods such as washing machines and dryers, refrigerators, and other household appliances.
The wire harness simplifies the building of these larger components by integrating the wiring into a single unit, or several units, for “drop-in” installation. By binding the many wires, cables, and subassemblies into a harness, the OEM or installer only has one component to install. In addition, a wire harness allows the completed assembly to be better secured against the effects of abrasion and vibration, and by constricting the wires into a non-flexing bundle, usage of space is optimized.
Once a design is established, the process of building a wire harness starts with the development of a schematic that is used to create the manufacturing paperwork and the assembly board for the harness. The assembly board, or pin board, is a full size diagram of the harness and shows all of the components and their location and also serves as the workbench for the harness. The wires needed for the harness are supplied on a master reel and are cut to the desired length and identified with printing or labeling if necessary. Once cut to the proper length, the wires are stripped to expose the uninsulated conductor and then fitted with any required terminals or connector housings. These wires and components then are put on the pin board and are bound together by any necessary straps, cable ties, cable lacing, sleeves, tapes, weaves of extruded string, or any combination of these.
In spite of the desire to increase automation, wire harnesses, in general, continue to be manufactured by hand because of the many different processes involved.