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Recent WHCC Articles

2024 WHMA Annual Global Leadership Summit Preview

Today’s business environment is fiercely competitive, and a company’s growth often hinges on strategic thinking and innovative ideas. Addressing this

Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Cables & Wires

by Nagi Ahmed Abdulmagid RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances and impacts the entire electronics industry and many electrical

PIA: Pioneering the Future of Electrical Wire Harness Design

by Arik Vrobel In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the quest for innovation is relentless. Amidst this backdrop, a promising

Aerospace Wire and Cable Applications

Aerospace wire and cable applications are essential for transmitting power, data and signals throughout various aircraft and spacecraft systems. These components are subject to rigorous standards and requirements due to the extreme conditions and safety considerations in aerospace engineering.

The AS9100:2016 quality management system (QMS) is a necessary certification when manufacturing aerospace harnesses and assemblies. It is a revision of the previous version, AS9100:2009, based on the international QMS standard ISO 9001.

Clarifying the Changes: Update on Revisions to UL Certification Documents,

A review of upcoming standards proposals and recently published revisions is important, so that both manufacturers and users are aware of the changes, understand the ramifications of the changes and may take the appropriate steps to ensure that the wire and cable manufactured to these standards continue to comply with the requirements.

Cami Tester

Measurement of 10 GΩ Isolation at 100V: New External Measurement Device Option

Margaret Bishop, Technical Marketing at CAMI Research Inc., Acton, MA, USA, the manufacturer of the CableEye® automation-ready cable and harness

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