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Designed for applications which are installed in occasional flexing and fixed locations. Cable applications include precision control sensors, multi axis control machines, temperature controllers, control panels, machine cutting tools, auxiliary equipment, motor speed control, production machinery and many more. PUR jacket ensures the cable with excellent abrasion resistance and flex cycles more than 5 million would be ideally applied to drag chain and the frequently moving fields. Shielding would highly enable the cables be qualified with excellent immunity.
Installation Temp Range
-40°C to +80°C
Operating Temp Range
-5°C to +70°C
Bulk Cable Weight
Min. Bend Radius During Installation
4 x OD
Min. Bend Radius During Operation
7.5 x OD
Min No. of Drag Chain Cycles
≥ 5,000,000 Cycles ( 1MT Traverse Distance, 20cycles/min, 1.5m/s)
≥ 200,000 Cycles ( 5MT Traverse Distance, 20cycles/min, 1.5m/s)
VDE 0285, VDE 0285-525-2-51
EU Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2)
Suitability - Indoor
Suitability - Oil Resistance
Suitability - Outdoor
Suitability - Sunlight Resistance
DIN VDE 0482-332-1-2, DIN EN 60332-1-2
Update and Revision
Revision Number: 0.12 Revision Date: 08-27-2021
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