|An acronym for continuous Rigid Cable Support (synonymous with tray)
|The dimensional change with time of a material under load
|Electrical leakage on a solid dielectric surface
|Cross-Linked or Irridated Polyethylene (XLPE)
|Polyethylene that is transformed from thermoplastic material to thermoset material, to achieve better chemical and thermal properties
|Cross-Linked or Irridated Polyvinylchloride (XL-PVC)
|Polyvinylchloride that is transformed from thermoplastic material to thermoset material, to achieve better chemical and thermal properties
|Introducing intermolecular bonds between long chain thermoplastic polymers by chemical or electron bombardment means. The properties of the resulting thermosetting materials are usually improved.
|Signal interference between nearby conductors by pickup of stray energy. It is also called induced interference.
|See definition for "Vulcanization"
|The degree to which a wire tends to form a circle after removal from a spool. An indication of the ability of the wire to be wrapped around posts in long runs.
|The rate of flow of electricity in a circuit (measured in amperes)
|The depth a current of a given frequency will penetrate into the surface of a conductor carrying the current
|The maximum current an insulated conductor or cable can continuously carry without exceeding its temperature rating (also called ampacity)
|Resistance of solid material to penetration by an object under conditions or pressure, temperature, etc.
|CV (Continuous Vulcanizations)
|Simultaneous extrusion and vulcanization of wire coating materials
|The complete sequence of alternation or reversal of the flow of an alternating electric current
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