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In today’s world of sophisticated electronics, cable failure is not an option.  There is no acceptable level of downtime and no one can afford to replace expensive machinery years before its predicted lifespan.  Many of the problems that surround cable failure, especially in extreme and harsh operating environments, could have been avoided by selecting the correct cable from the outset.  “But specifying cable is easy,” you say.  Well, yes and no.  Sure, it’s easy to match temperature ranges and then count on a PVC jacket for protection.  But there’s a lot more to it than that.  Understanding how the cable will work when exposed to harsh conditions as well as environmental factors are details that engineers need to consider before “fully” specifying an appropriate “hazard-matched” cable.  DEE offers a FREE Report that concisely steps through each consideration that should be reviewed when specifying your application’s cable.  If you would like a Free copy of this report, just send an email to MyFeedback@DEE‐inc.com with “Avoiding Cable Failures Report” in the subject line, and provide your contact information.


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