DeviceNet cabling options

DeviceNet cables from Lumberg Inc. include “Thin” and “Mid” hi-flex cables, “Mid” standard specification cables, and “Thick” tray rated cables, completing the company’s line of DeviceNet cabling options. New netFlex-10M hi-flex products are designed for more than 10 million flex cycles and are ideal for use in c-tracks and robotic applications.

10/01/2006


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DeviceNet cables from Lumberg Inc. include “Thin” and “Mid” hi-flex cables, “Mid” standard specification cables, and “Thick” tray rated cables, completing the company’s line of DeviceNet cabling options. New netFlex-10M hi-flex products are designed for more than 10 million flex cycles and are ideal for use in c-tracks and robotic applications. Black TPE outer jacket provides abrasion resistance and makes the cables suitable for welding operations. Mid specification standard cable improves the maximum trunk length from 100 to 300 m for 125 kbit/s and 200 m for 250 kbit/s, while allowing use of Micro (M12) connectors. 600-V Thick tray cable can be placed in the same tray as power cables, making additional trays for low power or communication cables unnecessary. It is available with mini connectors as single- or double-ended cord sets. www.lumbergusa.com Lumberg Inc.





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