DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ Cables

Northwire Inc.—Technical Cable Designed specifically for tough plant environments, DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ cables from Northwire Inc. make wiring of marshaling cabinets easier and faster. Each cable contains up to 24 individually foil-shielded pairs with a binder jacket over each pair contained within one cable.

02/01/2010


DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ Cables

DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ Cables


Designed specifically for tough plant environments, DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ cables from Northwire Inc. make wiring of marshaling cabinets easier and faster. Each cable contains up to 24 individually foil-shielded pairs with a binder jacket over each pair contained within one cable. DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ cables have superior ground system integrity and eliminate the potential for cross continuity between shields. Extruded PVC binders provide protection from moisture, dust, and dirt. Northwire says its many unique features—plus a range of versions and options—make DataCell Foundation Fieldbus M-EZ the cable of choice for process automation networks. The cables are built for fast, easy installation, designed to be simple to strip and install, requiring no shrink tubing even when outer jacket is stripped back several feet. The cables are electrically precise and meet Foundation Fieldbus cable physical property requirements. They also are approved for Class I, Div. 2 hazardous locations, in addition to being or Class II– ITC-ER/PLTC-ER and CSA CMX-Outdoor-CMG FT4 rated.

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