Tagged: cables

various images of cable glands

What is a cable gland?

By Beke Nieszytka Cable glands made of polyamide and nickel-plated brass A cable gland, also known as a compression fitting or cable entry, leads the cable into the housing in a sealed and strain-relieved manner. Plugs, terminal...

cable cutout and crossed wires

Cable vs. wire: What’s the difference?

By Jared Worth In the realm of electrical connectivity, the terms “cable” and “wire” are often used interchangeably, leading to confusion. However, these two components serve distinct purposes in various applications. This blog will...

DNV Approval

What is DNV Type Approval?

By Tim Schneebeck DNV is a classification society that was created in 2013 after the merger of Det Norske Veritas (Norway) and Germanischer Lloyd (Germany). The company assesses ships and offshore structures for safety and...