PVC INSULATED AND SHEATHED FLEXIBLE CABLE
Flexible power, process control and instrumentation cable for industrial applications and mechanical engineering for indoor applications. Example. Computer system, instrumentation technology, office equipment, conveyor belts, production lines in machinery production and etc. Suitable in Dry, damp and wet rooms. Resistant to most usual chemical, oil and grease.
|Standard||Acc.to IEC 60228, DIN VDE 0295|
|Conductor||Stranded Plain Annealed Class 5 acc. to IEC 60228, DIN VDE 0295|
|Insulation||PVC type T12 compound Acc. to DIN VDE 0281 part 1 + HD 21.1
Black with consecutive numbers according to EN 50334,
Green/yellow earth wire from 3 cores
|Outer Sheath||PVC type TM2 compound Acc. to DIN VDE 0281 Part 1 + HD 21.1
Outer Sheath Colour: Grey (RAL 7001)
|Voltage||300 / 500 V|
|Temperature Range||Fixed Laying: -40°C to + 70°C
Flexible Application: -5°C to + 70°C
|Min. Bending Radius||Fixed laying: 4 x Overall diameter
Flexible Installation: 6 x Overall diameter
(Acc. to DIN VDE 0473 part 811-2-1, IEC EN 60811-2-1)
Flame Retardant and self-extinguishing
(Acc. to DIN VDE 0482 part 265-2-1, EN 50265-2-1, IEC 60332-1-2)
A control cable is a type of instrumentation used and designed for measuring, controlling, or regulating the field in the process of automation. Other naming conventions for a control cable include YSLY-JZ cable, YSLY-OZ cable and FLEX-JZ Cable.
The primary uses for control cables, or multi-conductor cables include automation and instrumentation applications. They can also measure and regulate transmission processes. These cables are designed to send and receive signals from a specific control unit of various machines towards another, or to other electrical parts that users want to control and vice versa.
Control cables are highly flexible having been made with copper conductors and galvanized steel wire braids for added mechanical protection. Since they are mostly used for intensive transfer of data, control cables are manufactured commonly with bedding, PVC insulation, and transparent PVC sheath to extend the wear and tear of the cables.
Due to its flexibility, experts prefer to use control cables for various processes of automation which requires different construction and installation. Aside from the experts, choosing a control cable also depends on the purpose one is using it for.
On the market, control cables in Singapore are widely used. In addition to being versatile and sustainable as well.
Control cables have the following uses; Assembly lines, Robotics and Power Distribution. Out of all the uses, the most critical aspect in line with control cables would be power distribution. Since power distribution requires sturdy cables, control cables are the perfect choice when it comes to this consideration. They also prevent interference when it comes to supplying a sufficient amount of power across the material and conductors as well.
Control cables are ideal for all sorts of uses on top of its low production cost and high sustainability. They make a wonderful choice for every intended application and can be installed easily while still giving the processor great functionality and sustainability.
Choosing a control cable solely depends on the purpose or build you want to achieve. Simply pick the most suitable one out of the variety, install it correctly and you’re good to go.