Ensuring that the wiring used in your product is of a high quality can seem nearly impossible. You can’t determine if this product is fully functional or of a high caliber by looking at it. Because of this, the only real way to know if it can stand up to rigorous work conditions is to test it using prototypes. At Meridian Cable, we understand this and produce functional prototypes for quality assurance. For more information on the rigorous testing that our prototypes undergo, take a look at our eBook.
Theoretical designs and blueprints are great, but when producing a product on a large scale, you want practical designs that can be manufactured quickly. To guide you through the design phase, we've included a list of our best practices for cable assemblies design in our eBook. This information includes:
• How to choose a designer who is experienced in your field
• Understanding the aspects of Design for Manufacturing
• The benefits of working with a company that can both design and manufacture your product
• The benefits of prototyping your product throughout the design phase
Effectively Protect Your Cable Assembly
Because cable assemblies are highly complex and specialized, they require a specific level of care and maintenance. In our eBook, we’ll teach you about the proper procedures and protocols that your cable harness manufacturer should be using to protect your investment. These tips include:
• Creating a product that is easy to handle
• Crafting a product that doesn’t have fragile components
• Ensuring that your product is intuitive to install
Benefits of Custom Manufacturing
We extrude our cable to the most exacting requirements to meet your quality standards. Our extensive design capabilities give you the option of designing your products from the ground up.
Meeting Your Performance Needs
We utilize a wide range of materials including basic polymers, engineered plastics, PVC, and PTFE so that you can costumize your product based on its needs and use.
Cable assemblies are fully customizable. These customizable features include: conductor sizes ranging from 34 gauge to 12 gauge, a wide array of conductor colors, and stranding sizes ranging from 0.002” to 0.023”.
Everything You Need To Know About Cable Assemblies
How To Design For Manufacturing
Best Practices For Prototyping
Hpful Tips When Choosing A Manufacturer
What to Remember During Production
What To Look For When Looking for Manufacturer
ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company
The ISO 9000 series addresses various aspects of quality management and is a testament to our ongoing commitment to safety, reliability and quality.
Producing UL Certified Products
A UL listing means that UL has tested and determined that the product meets their rigourous requirements based on published and nationally recognized standards.
American Owned and Operated
Meridian Cable designs and manufactures cable assemblies in St. Augustine, Florida and has a high-volume manufacturing plant in Tanggu, China.