Multiconductor Electronic Cables

Unshielded Cable

Unshielded Cable

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Shielded Cable

Shielded Cable

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Speaker Wire

Speaker Wire

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Thermostat Wire

Thermostat Wire

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Fire Alarm Wire

Fire Alarm Wire

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Multi Shielded 24 3

starting at $0.17 / ft.

Multi Shielded 24 4

starting at $0.22 / ft.

Multi Shielded 24 5

starting at $0.34 / ft.

Multi Shielded 24 6

starting at $0.34 / ft.

Multiconductor 14 2

starting at $0.58 / ft.

Multiconductor 14 4

starting at $1.72 / ft.

Multiconductor 16 2

starting at $0.44 / ft.

Multiconductor 16 3

starting at $0.91 / ft.

Multiconductor 16 4

starting at $1.09 / ft.

Multiconductor 16 5

starting at $1.10 / ft.

Multiconductor 16 7

starting at $1.94 / ft.

Multiconductor 18 2

starting at $0.26 / ft.

Multiconductor 18 3

starting at $0.39 / ft.

Multiconductor 18 4

starting at $0.54 / ft.

Multiconductor 18 5

starting at $0.68 / ft.

Multiconductor 18 7

starting at $0.75 / ft.

About Multiconductor Electronic Cables

Multiconductor electronic cables are composed of multiple lead wires and an overall jacket for protection and cleanliness in the application. Electronic cables are manufactured in unshielded, shielded, multi-conductor, multi-pair, and individually shielded multi-pair depending on your needs. There are also high-temperature electronic cables, high voltage cables, and tough insulation for high impact applications.

PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride and is the cheapest, the most basic version of a multi-conductor cable. There are multiple PVC lead wires and a gray PVC jacket. The shielded cable will have an aluminum polyester foil shield wrapping around all of the conductors to block EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). Without any alterations, these multiconductor cables handle 300 to 600 volts and 90°C to 105°C.

Multiple Uses for Multiconductor Electronics Cables

Multiconductor cables play a big part in our lives. There is hardly any place in the house where there are no cables installed unless that room does not use any electricity at all. Even on the outdoors, we use devices that would not run properly if not for these cables. Because of this, anyone can benefit from being able to identify the different types and figure out how and where they are supposed to be used. Since there are risks involved in using these wires because it involves electricity, professional skills and expertise are usually a requirement when handling wires. However, it would still be helpful to know basic information about these cables and how they are used.

We may think that wires and cables are not needed outside the house. However, all our portable devices run perfectly because of the presence of these electrical wires and cables. For instance, we would not be able to use mobile phones, laptops, or tablets if not for people who were able to fully integrate portable power supply and complicated circuitry through the proper use of wires and cables. This is also the reason why we are able to use the full potential of cars so we can go to different places within a shorter period of time.

Inside the house, we can also find a multitude of use and purpose for multiconductor cables. From the porch to the living room to the bedroom and bathroom, wires and cables make the entire house up and running. We get to enjoy all the comforts of modern living, thanks to the connection brought about by these wires and cables. We get to eat comfortably, watch our favorite shows, and do practically almost anything we want or need to do around the house because the wires and cables are in their proper places.

Because of this, it is important to know or be familiar with the different types of cables and wires that we get to use. The most common is the power cable or extension cord. This is used in order to plug in multiple devices in one wall socket or to plug in a device that has a short cable, such as a hairdryer. There are also electronic ones that we use to connect devices with one another. If we have an alarm system at home, then that is also activated through the use of this type of cable.

Knowing the different types of multiconductor cables and where they are supposed to be used is important in order to use the right type of wire for each project. However, this knowledge is also helpful even if we are not the ones doing the job. When a repairman comes in to do some odd jobs, knowing a few important things about the wires can help us in deciding whether it would be more practical to buy a specific brand over another. This information would also be helpful during emergencies, where it would take a long time before help arrives. By having some basic knowledge about wires and cables we would be more equipped to handle certain emergency conditions on our own.

If you’re looking for PVC wire try our Hook up Wire or if you need high-temperature wire please take a look at our PTFE Wire. If you don’t see exactly what you need please call and speak to a customer service representative for help. We also offer free shipping over $500.