Some electrical workers have struggled to source electrical cable due to stockpiling sparked by coronavirus fears.
More CCTV cameras have been rolled out by Energex, in an effort to catch those stealing copper from the power network.
TE Connectivity has introduced M8/M12 cable assemblies to complement its existing sensor/actuator cable assembly solutions.
Queensland's Electrical Safety Office has published new guidance for contractors and workers on electrical installations for construction and demolition sites.
The IP68 rated IDEAL TWISTER WeatherProof Wire Connectors range is designed for interior/exterior cable connections when exposed to damp/wet and corrosive environments.
Data communication history is closely linked to the developments in cabling and the connecting hardware.
KIT scientists developed the High-temperature Superconductor Cross Conductor, which can transport electrical energy with hardly any losses.
Warren & Brown Technologies offers a range of expanded beam fibre optic connectors that have been engineered for harsh environments, broadcast and industrial applications.
TE Connectivity's BUCHANAN WireMate ITB (Inverted Thru-Board) wire-to-board connectors are for use in linear and circular LED modules found in commercial and industrial lighting systems.
The Queensland Electrical Safety Office is urging electrical workers to perform a detailed visual inspection and walkthrough to reduce the risks of undetected live unterminated cables.
The funding to accelerate the second Bass Strait interconnector, called 'Marinus Link', comes after the initial feasibility report found it would be a strategic interconnection investment.
The Warren & Brown HY series category 6A STP modular jacks have been specifically designed to simplify and accelerate network deployment.
A researcher has found that the plastic insulation around electrical cables can be used to make an organic, non-combustible and lightweight cladding core.
HARTING has released an M12 connector in the IEC 61076-2-111 standard K-coding for use with power up to 630 V and 7 kW.
UNSW and Hangzhou Cables will begin large-scale manufacturing of graphene power cables, which will cut electricity costs and improve grid transmission.