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Electrical Applications 2 by David W. Tyler

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and their
in the
electrical industry
Figure 4.10
Figure 4.11
Each conductor is terminated in a soldered or crimpled lug which
is bolted to a terminal block from which connections to equipment
are made.
Lighter types comprise the required number of single strands of
fine copper wire insulated with PVC and covered with a belt of
End connections may be crimped as before or bound and
soldered to terminal posts.
Multi-core cables for telecommunications have pairs of fine insu-
lated wires twisted together along their length to form circuits, two
pairs then being twisted together. Many such groups of four con