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Owens Nevyl G: Electrical suspension cable for well tools. Schlumberger Technology Corporation, July 25, 1972: US3679812 (187 worldwide citation)

Representative embodiments are disclosed herein of new and improved armored electrical cables for supporting well tools in extra-deep well bores in which extreme geothermal temperatures may be encountered. To support the cable armor, the electrical conductors in these cables are enclosed within a tu ...


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Janssen Karl Heinz Dipl Ing, Lenz Michael Dipl Ing: Plastic-insulated electric conductor and method of manufacture.. Bergmann Kabelwerke, November 15, 1989: EP0342149-A1 (143 worldwide citation)

To construct a multi-wire electrical conductor provided with a plastic insulation to be longitudinally watertight, all wires of the conductor are mounted on a strand which consists of a material ensuring the longitudinal watertightness of the insulated conductor. The strand consists, for example, of ...


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Mildner Raymond C: Electric cables and like conductors. The Dow Chemical Company, August 1, 1972: US3681515 (62 worldwide citation)

A metal element and a plastic element in a cable are securely bonded together by means of an adhesive thermoplastic polymer comprising a copolymer of ethylene and an ethylenically unsaturated carboxylic acid such as acrylic acid. The metal element can be in the form of a tape or metal strip of alumi ...


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La Gase Francis E, Jovanovitch Stevan: Flame and radiation resistant cable. Cyprus Mines Corporation, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, July 9, 1974: US3823255 (54 worldwide citation)

A flame retardant, radiation resistant insulated conductor, either in single conductor form or having a plurality of insulated conductor assemblies each comprised of an electrical conductor core, a flexible flame-resistant barrier layer of an inorganic electrical insulating material which surrounds ...


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Miyashita Tatsunari, Nakamura Yoshinori, Ichikawa Masahiro, Yamaguchi Yasunori: Transmission cable for differential signal. Swcc Showa Device Technology, October 19, 2006: JP2006-286480 (53 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a transmission cable for differential signals, having appropriate small propagation time delay difference (internal skew and pairwise skew), which is easily connected to a connector.SOLUTION: Two insulated wires 3, formed by providing an insulating layer 2 on the per ...


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Derby Marshall J: Heat shrinkable electromagnetic shield for electrical conductors. Chomerics, April 27, 1971: US3576387 (52 worldwide citation)

A heat-shrinkable article comprising a hollow tube of a heat-shrinkable material and a thin layer bonded to and conforming to a surface of the tube, said layer comprising a flexible and resilient polymeric material having electrically conductive particles dispersed therethrough. The heat-shrinkable ...


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Simons Herbert D, Timmons Frank E: Electrical cable housing assemblies. Sun Chemical Corporation, Berlow Cynthia, October 7, 1975: US3911200 (49 worldwide citation)

A cable housing assembly for carrying a plurality of conductors comprises a longitudinal multifinned shielding tape wherein each fin comprises a thin elongated flexible foil of material having relatively low electrical resistance characteristics and having each surface thereof bonded to and coextens ...


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Ishikawa Tomohiko: Cable for liquid crystal panel and liquid crystal display television set. Funai Electric, October 11, 2007: JP2007-265640 (46 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cable for a liquid crystal panel such as an LVDS cable of low cost and capable of surely establishing GND connection with an electromagnetic shield.SOLUTION: A grounding line for noise removal is formed by pasting gasket tapes 14c on top and bottom faces of the LVD ...


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Tanaka Atsuo: Shielded flat cable and its production method. Auto Network Gijutsu Kenkyusho, Sumitomo Wiring Syst, Sumitomo Electric, May 18, 2001: JP2001-135157 (46 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To achieve both adhesion strength between shields and easy-to-separate property at portions to be stripped. SOLUTION: Shields 20 and an outer sheath 24 are integrally formed with a plurality of coated wires 12 to form a flat cable 10. Terminal portions of the flat cable 10 are ...