|Connector:||Waterproof||Connector Type:||Injection Molding|
transmission wiring harness,
waterproof wire harness
Medical Equipment Electrical Wire Harness with Waterproof Connector for Ventilator
Wiring harness as the name indicates is a string of cables and wires that are used to tie down the informational signals or operating currents to transmit it to their destination. They are nowadays used in the electrical, electronics as well as the automotive industries.
|6||Length||Same as Requirement|
|7||Quality Control||QC Team * 2|
|8||Sample Time||3 - 10Days|
|9||Offical Order||1 -2 Weeks|
|10||Service||OEM ,ODM Service|
|11||Payment||T/T and Paypal in advance|
P1: Wire Cutting
P2: Terminal Crimp
P3: Terminal Crimp
P5: Tin Plating
Q: I need your price list of all your products, do you have a price list?
A: We do not have a price list of all products.
Because all our products in our catalog are customized, no standard products can be sell to end customer, this is a semi-finished product in a way. So if you have a project need customized wire harness, contact us for more details.
Q: If I don't have any drawings, can you still quote my product?
A: Yes, just provide as many details as possible about your product including wire length, gauge, electric circuits, connector part number, dimensions, etc. and quoting department can get started on your quote. You can also send the sample to us, we will quote and make the sample to you for approval.
Q: I'm now designing a wire harness, can you give me any suggestion about the wire selection?
A: Yes, tell me what is used for, temperature and voltage request, and any other special functions.
Design and Manufacturing
Our design and manufacturing process follows a set protocol towards maximizing a project’s budget, meeting project milestones and ensuring the absolute functionality of the final product. Here’s a quick snapshot of a few key elements of the process:
Needs Assessment: we will examine all of the specifications for your project and seek to understand all of the elements at play for how and where the system will be employed. This is where initial design elements are started to be placed together which will later be developed into working prototypes.
Extruding: our in-house extruding machine can extrude conductors as small as 34 gauge and all the way up to 12 gauge. These conductors make up the building blocks of both cable assemblies and wire harnesses. They can be stranded or braided, filled with insulation, wraps, shields, and other components depending on the project needs. Connectors, over molds, terminations, and housings help bring the cables and wires together within an electronic system.
Prototyping runs: we will usually produce several iterations to not only test a unique combination of components for accomplishing a given task, but will also look at how those components are sourced to see if a given assembly is viable.
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