Wire Harness

A cable harness, also known as a wire harness, wiring harness, cable assembly, wiring assembly or wiring loom.The use of multiple single conductor wires routed and combined in a particular pattern or arrangement to provide either power, signal or both to a finished product is called an electronic wire harness or just wiring harness.


Description of SHONSIN Wire Harness

The cable harness is an assembly of electrical cables or wires which transmit signals or electrical power. Control boxes, control panels, and the electrical components of a finished product are just some of the applications of electronic wire harnesses. There are several possible designs for electronic wire harnesses. From a simple point to point connections to complex designs with numerous branches.


With our extensive experience in electronic wire harness manufacturing, SHONSIN Wire and Cable work closely with our customers from the design and prototype phase of a project all the way through large production runs. SHONSIN excels at custom wire harness manufacturing, with low minimum order requirements and engineering design services to help meet specific electronic wire harness manufacturing needs of our customers.


Depending on the specific needs of an application, these harnesses can be built to accommodate systems up to 600 volts (UL) or 3000 volts (military), with high performance at temperatures ranging from -65 °C (-85 °F) to 200 °C (392 °F).

 

Advantages of Using a Wire Harness

Other than keeping your wires and cables organized, there is actually a myriad of functions for the wire harness. One of the most significant functions of a wire or cable harness is for protection. By utilizing wire harnesses, you can protect your wires from other wires that are already damaged and thus preventing your undamaged wires from getting compromised. Using wire harnesses can also help prevent direct physical damage as it adds another protective layer to the conductor. This added protective layer also aids in preventing damage that results from heat exposure. 

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