Home appliance cables are used to connect various electric components within a device. To meet global eco-friendly standards established in 2004, we have eliminated the use of all six prohibited materials as determined by European environmental regulations.
Types and purposes
- Secondary distribution: Connects the power supply within the device to the circuit board
- Motor lead: Connects the power supply equipment within the device to the motor
- High-voltage circuit distribution: Connects the high voltage equipment within the device
- Display signal: Connects the display panel to the circuit board
- Lead-free wire: Used for secondary distribution and as a motor lead within the device. It is an eco-friendly product containing none of the six RoHS prohibited materials.
- Irradiation cables: A process whereby the protective polymer insulator is subject to electron beams to induce a cross-link reaction that enhances mechanical, electrical, heat-resistant and fire-retardant properties.
- Halogen-free wire: An eco-friendly product containing none of the six RoHS prohibited materials, nor toxic halogen elements (Cl, F, I, Br, At).
- Flexible LCD wire: Used for supplying power to the Back Light Unit on an LCD TV and monitor panels.
- Fluoropolymer wire: A compact product that uses fluoride resins for high heat-resistance, mechanical properties and chemical resistance.
Product classification according to UL type
|UL STYLE No.||Insulating material||No. of cores||Affected products|
|1000~1999||Thermoplasticity||Single||Heat resistant vinyl cables, fluoroplastic cables|
|2000~2999||Thermoplasticity||Multiple||Multiple core signal cables|
|3000~3999||Thermosetting||Single||Irradiation vinyl cables, irradiation vinyl cables|
|4000~4999||Thermosetting||Multiple||Multiple core irradiation|