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Cable

Exchange rate between British pound sterling and the U.S. dollar.

Cable

1. Informal; the exchange rate between the British pound and the U.S. dollar. This term is used by currency traders, and it originates from the transatlantic cables used to wire the exchange rate between the two currencies in the 19th century.

2. Informal for the GBP.
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The sensor head is connected to the amplifier by a highly flexible cable. The design features a fast 2.5 ms response time making it ideal for high-speed assembly and production lines.
Custom fabricated with coax, twisted pairs, power conductors, and other components, this highly flexible cable has a low coefficient of friction.
C&M has developed a new flexible cable assembly that delivers 120 signals over high precision coax with 120 grounds, all with optimized signal integrity.
The Swivel EMI Adapters from Molex[R] are designed to offer effective EMI shielding, while allowing for a full 70[degrees] of cable re-orientation that turns a standard panel mount adapter into a multi-positional swivel for flexible cable grooming.
Kabelschlepp Metool is manufacturer of flexible cable and hose handling systems supplying power as well as controls to all types of moving machinery.
The Rack Mount Fiber Enclosure features installation-minded items, such as dual cable spools for flexible cable storage methods, a removable rear panel with maximum input cable access, durable full-drawer extension, lockable door and variety of styles-1 U, 2 U, 3 U and 4 U-accommodating 18- through 192-port configurations.
Designed for use in flexible cable carriers, Chainflex pneumatic hoses resist high abrasion, oil and coolant, and offer excellent flexibility.
The OEM version comes with standard Flat Flexible Cable connectors for quick and easy implementation.
A flexible cable allows for easier installation and simplifies troubleshooting in the cabinet and/or cable tray.

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