There are 23 names in this directory beginning with the letter H.
Any of five elements: fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine. These elements may be combined with insulation compounds to enhance flame retardancy.
An arrangement of wires and cables, usually with many breakouts, which have been tied together or pulled into a rubber or plastic sheath, used to interconnect an electric circuit.
A location where fire or explosion hazards may exist because of flammable gases, vapors, or liquids; combustible dust; or ignitable fibers or flyings.
The ability of an insulation compound to resist degradation caused by high temperatures.
Test to determine stability of a material by sudden exposure to a high temperature for a short period of time.
Unit of inductance such that the induced voltage in volts is numerically equal to the rate of change in current in amperes per second.
A cable insulating system composed of two or more layers of different insulating materials.
A test designed to determine the highest potential that can be applied to conductor without breaking through the insulation.
High Strength Alloy Conductor
A conductor which shows a maximum 20% increase in resistance and a minimum of a 70% increase in breaking strength over the equivalent construction in pure copper while exhibiting a minimum elongation of 5% in 10 inches
Generally considered to be a wire or cable with an operating voltage of over 600 volts.
High-Temperature Wire and Cable
Electrical wire and cables having thermal operating characteristics of 150°C and higher.
A single insulated conductor used for low-current, low voltage (usually under 600 volts) applications within enclosed electronic equipment.
The underground phase conductors of an electrical system connected to the circuit breaker or fuse.