3 Things You Didn’t Know About Using Connectorized Cable Assemblies on Trains

Leading transit vehicle manufacturers are reevaluating the way they design electrical systems to reduce cost and meet the growing ridership demands.

 

Now, they are finding that using a connectorized cable assembly between the bogie traction motor and the inverter propulsion unit is giving them the competitive edge.  The benefit comes from the ability to easily drop and disconnect bogies form vehicle bodies during scheduled or irregular maintenance intervals.

 

However, there are still misconceptions about using connectorized cable assemblies that are preventing some manufacturers from making the switch.  Read to learn three things you might not have known about using connectors.

3 Things You Didn’t Know About Using Connectorized Cable Assemblies on Trains

Date: Jul 28,2016


Category: Industrial Connectivity


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