Cable (from Gall. Kabel - rope, cable) - Electric, one or more insulated conductors enclosed in a hermetically sealed envelope on top of which, usually impose protective covers.
Cables used to transmit electrical energy over a distance or signal (high voltage power lines, electric power industry, transportation and public utilities, main lines of communication, local telephone network, radio communications and television power supply to the moving working machines - excavators, coal-cutting and peat machines, etc.; electric ships, aircraft, etc.)
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