Industrial Ethernet cables also are available with M12 or RJ45 connections

Balluff's conductor cables are designed for almost any industrial Ethernet application and can be used in harsh workplace and weather conditions, depending on need and function. They are also available with M12 D-coded or RJ45 connectors.

02/04/2014


Balluff's conductor cables are designed for almost any industrial Ethernet application and can be used in harsh workplace and weather conditions, depending on need and function. They are also available with M12 D-coded or RJ45 connectors. Courtesy: BallufBalluff’s five conductor cables are designed for almost any industrial Ethernet application and are available with M12 D-coded and/or RJ45 connectors and are designed for harsh workplace and weather environments.

The PUR Shielded Starquad Flex 2 million is 4 pole, 22 AWG and is designed for Profinet networks and is Halogen free.

The TPE Shielded Flex 5 million is ODVA compliant and Cat5e rated. It is chemical, oil, and UV resistant, making it ideal for harsh conditions. 

The PVC Shielded STP is Cat5e rated and is fire and chemical resistant. It also features a shielded (F/UTP) flexible patch/jumper cable.

The TPE Unshielded Flex 10 million is ODVA compliant and Cat5e rated. It is designed for harsh workplace and temperature conditions including fire and chemicals.

The TPE Shielded STP 2 pair is FT1 rated and comes with an Ethernet cable.

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