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WesBell Electronics, Inc has been a cable assemblies supplier and manufacturer for over 25 years. We became ISO 9001 Certified in order to improve our customer service and quality of product. We follow specification sheets (data sheets) to make sure the length is within tolerance, the parts are manufactured correctly and the revision level is up to date. Below are some of the recent projects we've completed.


Cable Assemblies




Cable Assemblies Supplier

50' Cable Assembly


This is a 50' cable assembly that we manufacture. The customer requires us to remove the outer jacket, remove the shielding, stripe the lead wires, tin dip the lead wires and solder a thermistor to the white and green wires on one end. The cable length tolerance needs to be held to 6" and the insulation strips need to be within 1/16".

The customer can change the revision if necessary, but we should be notified before production begins.



Cat5e Cable Assembly

Cat5e Cable Assembly


We did some work to a molded Cat5e networking cable for our customer. Molding is one of the few things we don't do here at WesBell, so our vendor sent us coiled Cat5e cables with molded ends. Then we removed the outer jacket 2 inches and pulled apart the bonded pair conductors. Our customer wanted a particular group of four conductors left alone at 2 inches, while the other four conductors were cut down to less than a 1/2 inch. Finally, we added a 1/2 inch piece of polyolefin tubing and shrunk it over the shorter conductors.

We guarantee all of the work we do as an ISO9001 certified company. We have numerous quality checks during our process to make sure we send you a quality product. Please call if you need some work done to a wire or cable.



Electronic 3 Conductor Cable Assembly

Electronic 3 Conductor Cable Assembly


The electronic cable used in this cable assembly is a General Cable "C4062" which has a PVC jacket covering 3 PVC wires (Black, Red and Green). We purchase directly from General Cable, cut this cable to 35 feet and remove the outer jacket. From there we strip a small amount of insulation off each conductor so that the terminal makes a secure connection to the copper strands when crimped. Then we insert, or poke, each conductor into a plastic housing that will connect to our customer's application. Finally, we put a plastic label near the tie wrap with our customer's part number.

Our customers design the cable assembly that they need and then ask us what it would cost to make it. If you see an assembly that looks like it will fit your application please let us know and we'll help you determine exactly what you need with a prototype first. However, some of these cable are proprietary because our customers design them.

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Rubber 4 Conductor Cable Assembly

Rubber 4 Conductor Cable Assembly


This is a custom rubber cable rated for 300 volts and 125°C. There are a few steps to manufacturing this assembly that include cutting the cable to length, removing the rubber jacket to expose the conductors and stripping some of the insulation from the ends of each conductor. Then we use a hand tool to crimp the terminals to all of the wires on one end and insert them into a plastic house. The final step aside from the quality process is to put a plastic label around the cable with the customer's part number.

More often than not, our customers will provide the data sheet that tells us exactly what steps to complete. Data sheets help limit confusion and mistakes that can happen in manufacturing. We also like to start things off with a prototype that we build so that our customer knows exactly what they're going to receive.



Custom Steel Braided Cable Assembly

Custom Steel Braided Cable Assembly


This is another custom electronic cable with an additional stainless steel braid cover. There are six PVC wire conductors, an overall shield, a customer PVC jacket and a stainless steel braid. We start our manufacturing process by cutting the cable to length, removing the steel braid and removing the PVC jacket to expose the conductors. Once those steps are complete we pull the shield to the side and twist it, then strip the insulation back on each conductor and dip the copper strands in solder to hold their form.

Finally, we add polyolefin tubing with adhesive to cover the transition between the braid and the PVC jacket. The adhesive lined tubing makes an almost irremovable connection for those that are sure about what they need.

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