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Module 6 Ch 11/11 Electrical Cables and Connectors.

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Chapters 

Chapter 7/11: Springs (page 7.1 to 7.8).
Chapter 8/11: Bearings (page 8.1 to 8.6).
Chapter 9/11: Transmissions (page 9.1 to 9.12).
Chapter 10/11: Control Cables (page 10.1 to 10.10).
Chapter 11/11: Electrical Cables and Connectors (page 11.1 to 11.22).

 

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CABLE (WIRE) TYPES The satisfactory performance of any modern aircraft depends to a very great degree on the continuing reliability of electrical systems and subsystems. Improperly or carelessly maintained wiring can be a source of both immediate and potential danger. The continued proper performance of electrical systems depends on the knowledge and techniques of the technician who installs, inspects, and maintains the electrical system wires and cables.
Procedures and practices outlined in this section are general recommendations and are not intended to replace the easa part 66 mod 6 manufacturer’s instructions and approved practices. A wire is described as a single, solid conductor, or as a stranded conductor covered with an insulating material. Figure 11-1 illustrates these two definitions of a wire. Because of in-flight vibration and flexing, conductor round wire should be stranded to minimize fatigue breakage. The term “cable;’ as used in aircraft electrical installations, includes: 1. Two or more separately insulated conductors in the same jacket. 2. Two or more separately insulated conductors twisted together (twisted pair). 3. One or more insulated conductors covered with a metallic braided shield (shielded cable). 4. A single insulated center conductor with a metallic braided outer conductor (radio frequency cable). easa part 66 mod 6