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The process of accumulating wire or cable onto a reel, bobbin or some other type of pack. Also, the device for pulling wire or cable through a piece of equipment or machine.
The temperature range in which a material will perform its function without undue degradation.
The pull stress required to break a given wire or insulation.
Canadian Standards Association type appliance wires. Solid or stranded single conductor, plastic-insulated 600V, 105C
A material that softens when heated and becomes firm on cooling.
A material that has been hardened or set by the application of heat or radiation, and which, once set, cannot be resoftened by heating. The application of heat or radiation is called "curing."
A UL cable type. Thermoplastic vinyl-insulated building wire. Flame-retardant, moisture and heat resistant. 75°C rated in dry and wet locations. See here for more.
Tinned wire is a coated wire which provides a thin layer of tin over copper, making such things as welding easier to accomplish. See here for more.
A UL wire type. Thermoplastic vinyl-jacketed building wire, moisture resitant and rated 60°C.
A pair of insulated copper conductors that are twisted around each other, mainly to cancel the effects of electrical noise.