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Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Thu 28 November 2013, 07:35
Replies: 221
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Posted By domino11
Just remember guys, that screening keeps noise in...

Just remember guys, that screening keeps noise in and also keeps it out. You need it on both sides of the coin. Keep the noisy signals from extending out to the sensitive control signals and to keep...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Sun 24 November 2013, 23:17
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Non shielded wire is just asking for trouble. Do...

Non shielded wire is just asking for trouble. Do you want to spend a lot of time tracking down random glitching and problems?
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Tue 22 June 2010, 12:44
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Cerelak, You need shielding on your...

Cerelak,
You need shielding on your power cables to keep the noise IN and shielding on your signal wires (estop, proxy etc) to keep the noise OUT. :)
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Fri 02 October 2009, 12:01
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Woodguy, That wire is an...

Woodguy,
That wire is an unshielded wire. Its better to use shielded wire throughout the system to control noise. You also want the shielding on the stepper cables to keep the noise...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Mon 21 September 2009, 06:09
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Jimmy, The solid wire will not be very...

Jimmy,
The solid wire will not be very flexible and could break over repeated bending. Foil shield is good but foil and braid is better. I would probably opt for stranded wire.
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Wed 09 September 2009, 08:41
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Paul, As far as noise goes, I would...

Paul,
As far as noise goes, I would aways prefer a shielded cable over a non shielded. The control signals are the ones that really need attention, anything that is low voltage control...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Mon 14 July 2008, 11:47
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
JR, I was not worried about the size of...

JR,
I was not worried about the size of the wire , but rather the insulation covering the wire. You can easily pass thousands of volts through a very small wire, the insulation doesnt stop you...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Mon 14 July 2008, 07:44
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
JR, I noticed from some of your pics that...

JR,
I noticed from some of your pics that your wire is rated for only 30V. Will that be a problem for your motor drives (are you using higher than 30V for your motors?) ? Or maybe just using...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Sun 06 July 2008, 18:40
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
IGUS, make some of the most flexible...

IGUS,
make some of the most flexible cables in the world. They quoted on a military job I was doing some engineering work for about 7 years ago. The cable we needed was rather large and...
Forum: 60. Wiring & Cable Management Wed 14 November 2007, 11:44
Replies: 221
Views: 106,023
Posted By domino11
Doug, I appreciate your posts, as I am...

Doug,
I appreciate your posts, as I am in the process of getting my materials together, and as Gerald had mentioned, I read all the construction posts that I can and try and learn as much as...
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