Color-coded ribbon cables, also known as rainbow ribbon cables or twisted strips of peace, use repeated color patterns as conductors for identification.This mode usually USES industry standard resistance color codes, where brown will be used for conductors and pins 1,11, and 21, and red will be used for conductors and pins 2,12, and 22, etc.Color-coded ribbon-like cables may consist of insulated conductors drawn parallel to each other, or they may be manufactured from twisted-pair wires with a repeated flat section at specified length intervals for terminal use.
Edge marked cables are usually marked with stripes on the first conductor of needle 1 connected to the connector.Edge marks can be any color, but are usually based on cable spacing or center spacing.For example, 0.050 "spacing cables are typically marked with red edges.This identification method works for cables made up of two or more IDC connectors, each connected to each wire, but is less useful when the individual or group wires must be terminated separately. In this case there would be additional marking applied to specified conductors to allow for proper identification and termination.
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