• Wire connectivity processes can be separate or integrated into a total co-located assembly process. Included are:
• Sleeve Marking Equipment
• Semi-Automatic and Automatic Wire Cutting
• Stripping Machines
• Various Crimpers to Accommodate Connector Pins, Lugs, and Splices
• A full line of wire cutting and stripping equipment is available. Our operators have a working knowledge of wire types ranging from single conductor standard wire, to multi-conductor stranded wire, to multi-conductor shielded wire, to co-axial in a multitude of gauges.
• Product identification options include inking (for PVC, vinyl and other materials) and computer generated wraparound labels.
|Madison Electronics uses 2 Artos CS-26 WPM's capable of processing 23,000 wire leads per hour|
|CS-26 Series Specifications|
|Minimum||28 AWG (0,l mm2)|
|Maximum||8 AWG (8,3 mm2)|
|Min. O.D.||Must Be Pushable|
|Max. O.D.||.325 in. (8,2 mm)|
|Ribbon Wire||2 in. (50 mm)|
|Minimum||2 in. (50 mm)|
|Maximum||328 ft. (100 m)|
|Maximum length obtainable dependent on wire collection requirements. Minimum length may be reduced with optional equipment.|
|Minimum||1/8 in. (3,2 mm)|
|Maximum||1-1/2 in. (38 mm)|
Final Assembly can be tested with a OmniTester OmniScan it performs integrity testing of cable and harness assemblies. It offers continuity, insulation and capacitance testing capabilities.
118 Burrs Rd.
Westampton, NJ 08060
Phone: 800-523-2283; 609-261-9640