Planar Cable

Planar cables are selected for their high electrical performance, ease of termination, low profile, flex life, and space and weight savings in applications. Bay Associates' line of planar cables offer a variety of cabling solutions including parallel bonded, twisted to parallel, round to flat, woven, shielded and jacketed. Custom cables can be engineered by Bay Associates' team of wire and cable experts including unique configurations, and multi-function cables.


  • Easy lead identification and cable termination reduce installation costs
  • Improved space and weight savings using flat ribbon configuration rather than a bulky wire harness package.
  • Configurations for flexibility, space savings, durability, and resistance to harsh chemical and temperature environments.
  • Cabling solutions include parallel, twisted to parallel, round to flat, woven and shielded.
  • Uniform spacing of conductors allows for matched electricals and reduced cross talk.

Wire & Cable Products

  • Bonded Configurations
  • Chemically Resistant
  • Custom Designs
  • Heavy Duty Designs
  • High Continuous Flex
  • High Rel Aerospace
  • High Temperature
  • Hybrid Constructions
  • Planar Coax
  • Radiation Resistant
  • Round to Flat IDC PVC
  • Shielded Constructions
  • Standard IDC PVC Planar
  • Twisted to Parallel IDC PVC
  • Woven Planar


  • Computer Interface Cable
  • Computer Printers and Monitors
  • Video Terminals
  • Business Machines
  • Test Instruments and Equipment
  • Telecommunications Systems
  • Industrial Controls
  • Military Electronics
  • Airframe Wiring
  • Robotics
  • Festooning
  • Automatic Insertion Equipment
  • Airborne Instrumentation
  • Industrial "Pick and Place" Machinery
  • Disk Drives


Binding Processes

  • Chemical Bonding
  • Woven
  • Co-Extruded Conductors


  • Custom Polymers
  • Polyurethane
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
  • Polyimide


  • Braided
  • Foil
  • Served Wire
  • Individual Shields
  • Copper Mesh
  • Bare and Plated Copper
  • Bare and Plated High Strength Alloys
  • Platings: Tin, Silver, and Nickel


  • Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
  • Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP)
  • Custom Polymers
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

Conductors - Solid or Stranded

  • Bare or Plated Copper
  • Bare or Plated High Strength Alloys
  • Platings: Tin, Silver, and Nickel

Performance Options

  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Continuous High Flexure
  • Controlled Electricals
  • Cut-Through Resistance
  • Extreme Flexibility
  • High/Low Temperature
  • Mass Termination
  • MIL Spec Approvals
  • Radiation Resistant
  • UL Approvals