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Control cables are used to transfer data to machines and equipment operated in production process lines. As a result of constant development of automation systems and structural solutions control cable manufacturers face more and more stringent requirements.
The operation principle of control cables is based on control signal transfer or data transmission, i.e. transferring analogue or digital signals between a control device and an industrial automation system element. This requires a certain level of resistance and specific properties characterising the cables, so that they can be used as intended and ensure long-lasting safety and stability of operation. Thus, there are certain properties that must be taken into account while selecting the best solution. A broad scope of requirements related to the variety of working conditions or loads results in the fact that the choice of proper cables is not always a straightforward and obvious task.
|Rated voltage||300/500V 450/750V||300/500V|
|Insulation colour||Grey, transparent||Grey, transparent|
|Shielded||Depending on a series||Depending on a series|
|Operating temperature||Depending on a series||-30…70 deg. C|
|-15…70 st. C ; -5…70 deg. C|
|Protective core||Yes||Depending on a series|
|Core marking||Black, numbered;||Black, numbered|
|Colour marked, without repeated colours|
|Number of cords||3…15||2…12|
|Shield structure||Braided, tin plated copper wires;||Braided, tin plated copper wires|
|braided, galvanised steel wires|
|Packaging content||50m; 100m||50m; 100m|
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