Manufacturing any type of new electronic, or any system, device or machine with electronic components, means having wires within the design. Today’s electronic components are smaller, lighter weight, and more compact than ever before, which can create problems with running multiple wires throughout and between device components.
One option to consider is to invest in designing a custom wire harness to secure all wires and cables in one assembly. This provides several benefits that offset the cost of the investment. Working with an established company providing these custom harnesses, and those also providing basic wiring assembly, can make things even easier for the OEM.
Increase the Durability and Reliability of the Device or System
Moving parts, heat sources in a system and even issues with electronic field interference in a device can be a significant factor to consider. By having a custom wire harness that is easy to install in the system, the wires can be safely secured and out of the way of these potential challenges in the design.
This not only ensures a long life for the wires and cables, but it also helps to avoid electronic failures that can negatively impact the marketing and branding of the device or equipment.
Allow For More Compact Design
Running wires through a system takes up a lot of space. By using a custom wire harness that is designed to make the wire bundle as small as possible, it is possible to create a more streamlined, compact design that gives the product an edge on the market.
Reduce Time and Waste in Assembly and Fabrication
With the custom harness and assembly option through a contract manufacturer, fabrication of the system or device is much easier. Technicians just need to drop the wiring harness assembly in place, eliminating human error and shortening assembly time.
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