Industrial automation cables for signal and control equipment

Molex has launched a series of Flamar industrial automation cables designed for signal and control equipment and networking applications.

09/27/2016


Molex has launched a series of Flamar industrial automation cables designed for signal and control equipment and networking applications. Courtesy: MolexMolex has launched a series of Flamar industrial automation cables designed for signal and control equipment and processes, servomotors, input/output (I/O) modules, EtherNet/IP, and other network applications. Flamar cables are available in multiple jacket materials (PVC, WSOR, PUR, TPE) and users can choose Flamar industrial automation cables in a range from 26 to 10 AWG, suitable for applications in food and beverage, material handling, automotive lines and other manufacturing operations as well as commercial vehicles (forestry, mining machines). Engineered and constructed to solve tough challenges as drag chain installation (continuous flexing up to millions of bending cycles), the cables are rated for temperature ranges down to -40 to 105 C (-40 to 221 F). All Flamar standard industrial automation cables are UL AWM/CSA certified and specific series also UL listed.

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