Advancements in electronics have certainly enhanced the patterns with which the data is generated and recorded. To allocate data successfully it is important that the data must be recorded and measured properly with the given suitable resources. Data transportation within a system is done using the integrated circuitry whereas data transportation between different devices needs electrical cabling.
Electrical cables provide the necessary channel between the electrical devices. It is essential that the manufacturing of all such electrical cables should be according to the increasing requirements of electronics applications. It is obvious that the size of the cable will vary depending on the size of the application in which it is being used. Still, these cables require reliability, performance, flexibility, and higher density and EMI protection.
Micro cables are the electrical cables having a tendency to be smaller in size, shape and still transfer data at very high speed. Micro cables are characterized according to its construction. Screened or unscreened wires. The round cable consists of up to 528 elements and featuring an extremely small overall diameter of 13.0 mm/0.51’’. Nowadays, micro cables which are being manufactured includes an OD as small as 0.19 mm/0.007.
1) Micro Coaxial Cable
Micro Coaxial Cable has the ability to be very flexible with an extremely good mechanical behavior. It is mostly used in ultrasound cable assemblies. Providing better electrical, thermal and mechanical performances. It is available in different sizes which are represented using American Wire Gauge (AWG). The sizes vary from a range of 32 AWG to 50 AWG.
2) Hook up Wires
For medical applications, most of the times the cables must have the characteristics of plug and play. There must be no extensive calibration procedures with the medical device. So, hook up wires provides the exactly suited wire for the application.