Batteries are an intrinsic part of our everyday lives, from powering our cars to our laptops to our phones. Just like with anything we have been using for hundreds of years, there are some old wives tales floating around out there that we really need to debunk once and for all. Here are 5 of the most common battery myths we’ve encountered, where they came from, and the true facts you need to know to get the most power out of your device.
Cables come in hundreds of different shapes, sizes, types, prices and exist for uncountable reasons. Whether your cables are in use fill time or will need to be stored some of the time, you really need to know the proper way to care and keep your cables to get the most life out of them!
What’s in a battery, and why does it matter? In our current lives we are never far from batteries – the only way you can read this blog post is via a device that contains a battery – even a desktop computer contains a CMOS battery.
Shopping around for cable assemblies can be challenging. You’re typically looking for something completely custom to handle a unique problem just for your business. To make sure you are getting exactly the assembly you need, we’ve compiled 5 of the most common cable assembly types and the type of applications you may need them for.
You have an item, and you know you need to get power and control to it somehow, but what exactly do you need? Whether your product will go to work in the medical field, manufacturing, or a public utility, you likely will need a cable harness or wire assembly.
Did you know the first official battery was created due to a disagreement about frog legs? Your laptop, cell phone, car and TV remote are all likely powered by batteries. But how much do you really know about batteries and their history?
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