Design Options for Low-Cost UL Approved Cable Assemblies

Custom multiconductor cable assemblies and wire harnesses are used in just about all the electronic products in the world today. Ranging from UL-approved internal appliance wiring to highly flexible moisture-resistant extension cords, to household lamp cords, low-cost cabling options are available in a wide range of wire sizes, temperature limits, and voltage ratings.

Choosing the best wire type in terms of function, cost, and delivery can be overwhelming with the thousands of wire options available. But with a few design tips from an experienced manufacturing partner like Epec and the flexibility to specify off-brand UL-approved wire and connectors, our customers can get to market faster with less risk for countless types of custom cable assemblies.

Design Options for Low-Cost UL Approved Cable Assemblies

In this webinar we review common UL wire types and applications, form, fit, and function equivalency for wire and connectors, simplified documentation to get started, and more.

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Webinar Agenda:

  • Common UL wire types and applications
  • Form, fit, function equivalency for wire and connectors
  • UL approved single and multiconductor wire
  • Multiconductor cable case study
  • Simplified documentation to get started

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