Learn how to choose the right cable for your industrial environment. Installing ruggedized cable is vital to prevent costly downtime and to ensure a safe and secure network.
Where Do You Need Industrial Cable?
Wherever you have a harsh environment that needs infrastructure, you’ll find value in choosing the right cable for the job. Click on your vertical market below to see where Belden’s expertise and quality have been proven to work.
Food & Beverage
Beyond the demands of other industrial manufacturing sites, the making of anything edible or potable brings additional hygienic requirements. Washdown areas and temperature variations can challenge the integrity of parts not ruggedized to withstand harsh conditions.
NERC CIP requirements are some of the toughest in the industrial market and compliance is mandatory. This creates the need for an infrastructure that collects and transmits signals with the highest level of security, safety and reliability.
Data communication networks for today’s power generation sites face the challenges of extreme temperatures, humidity, vibrations and electromagnetic interference along with the demand for greater security, more transmission bandwidth and increased use of wireless technology.
As the use of more sustainable energy sources grows, you have to find solutions that overcome such conditions as turbine cabling complexity, extreme temperatures, vigorous vibrations and electromagnetic interference.
Managing a large solar farm requires a hardened communications network that can handle underground burial, extreme temperatures, UV exposure, high bandwidth and unmatched reliability.
Commuters demand more and more from their onboard experience – dependable Wi-Fi, increased security measures on the loading platforms and on the trains, more reliable ETAs, easier electronic ticketing options and more. All of which require better infrastructure.
From ship-to-shore, communication networks need to maximize efficiency of transporting, tracking and storing cargo. With impediments like moisture, temperature variation and heavy equipment, your infrastructure needs to be tough and reliable.
Security lighting, traffic-light timing, construction detours, toll-booth efficiency and a growing number of surveillance cameras – if you want to keep vehicles moving, your traffic management system has to be smarter and more versatile than ever before.