The Production Process of PV Cables and Electrical Power Cable

1.Material preparation:

This involves preparing the raw materials required for wire production, such as copper, aluminum, or other metal wires, and insulating materials.


In this step, the individual wires are bundled together to form a single strand. This is done to improve the strength and flexibility of the wire.

3.Wire Extrusion:

The core wire is then extruded or drawn through a die to give it the desired shape and size. This process is typically used to produce solid core wires or stranded wires with a core made of multiple wires.

4.Cable Formation:

The wires are then twisted or braided together to form a cable. This process can involve a variety of techniques depending on the desired cable configuration, including twisting, braiding, or wrapping the wires together.

5.Jacket Extrusion:

A protective jacket or sheath is extruded over the cable to provide additional protection and insulation. This process can also involve a variety of techniques, including extrusion or injection molding.


The finished wire or cable is then packaged and labeled for distribution to customers.

The Production Process of Electrical Power Cord and Extension Cord

1.Raw Materials: 

 The first step involves procuring the necessary raw materials such as copper wire, PVC plastic, and other components required for manufacturing the power cords and extension cords.

2.Wire Stranding: 

The copper wire is stranded together to form a bundle that will become the core of the power cord.

3.Core Wire Extrusion: 

The core wire bundle is then passed through an extruder that coats it with PVC plastic insulation to protect the wire and provide electrical insulation.

4.Core Wire Cabling: 

The insulated core wire is then twisted together to form a cable that will be used for the power cord.

5.Jacket Wire Extrusion: 

The jacket wire is then extruded with PVC plastic insulation that will protect the cable from external damage.

6.Automated Cutting and Terminal Crimping: 

The cables are cut to specific lengths and fitted with plugs and sockets using an automated machine.

7.Injection Molding:

The plugs and sockets are then molded into the plastic casing that will form the connectors for the power cord.

8.High Voltage Testing: 

The power cords are then subjected to high voltage testing to ensure they meet safety standards and can handle the required electrical load.


The finished power cords are then packaged and labeled according to their specifications.

10.Finished Product: 

The final step is to check the quality of the finished product before shipping it to customers.

The Production Process of Power Strip & Adaptor:

1.Raw materials: 

This is the initial step where all the raw materials required for manufacturing, such as copper, plastic, and other components, are collected.

2.Wire harnessing: 

This step involves the bundling of wires using a wire harnessing machine, which makes it easier for further processing.

3.Wire extrusion: 

In this step, copper wires are extruded using a wire extrusion machine to give them the desired shape and size.

4.Wire cable assembly: 

The extruded copper wires are then assembled into a cable using a wire cable assembly machine.

5.Jacket extrusion: 

The cable is then covered with a protective jacket made of plastic, which is extruded using a jacket extrusion machine.

6.Automatic cutting and riveting: 

The cable is cut into the required length and the ends are riveted to the plug using an automatic cutting and riveting machine.

7.Injection molding: 

The plastic casing of the power strip or converter is then molded using an injection molding machine.

8.Assembly line: 

After molding, the different components are assembled in a specific order on the assembly line.


The assembled power strips or converters are tested using testing equipment such as a power strip testing machine or a converter testing machine.


The final step is packaging the tested products and labeling them for shipping to customers.