Classification and application areas of wire harnesses 1


Wire harness is a wire used to connect two or more components that carry current or signals. This simplifies the assembly process of electronic products, makes them easy to maintain, facilitates upgrades and increases design flexibility. High speed and digitisation of signal transmission, integration of all types of signal transmission, miniaturisation of product size, surface-mounted contact termination, module combination, easy plugging and unplugging, etc. For the internal connection of various home appliances, test instruments, equipment, computers and network equipment.

Industrial wire harness: mainly refers to some electronic wires, multi-core wires and rows of wires with components in the cabinet, mostly used in industrial UPS, PLC, CP, inverter, monitoring, air conditioning, wind energy and other cabinets.

The automotive wiring harness is the main body of the network of automotive circuits, also known as low-voltage cables. Conventional automotive wiring harnesses are heat-, oil- and cold-resistant; they are also flexible. They are used for internal connections in cars and can be adapted to high mechanical strength and high temperature environments.

LVDS, or Low Voltage Differential Signal, is a new technology for today's high performance data transmission applications. Compared to competing technologies, LVDS lines offer much lower power consumption at high data rates, with products using LVDS line technology capable of data rates from hundreds of Mbps to over 2Gbps. It is already widely used in many applications such as LCDs where speed and low power consumption are required.