Industrial Ethernet cables have wide temperature ranges

Alpha Wire has added Ethernet cables to their Xtra-Guard line. The cables meet NFPA 79 application requirements, appropriate for demanding industrial Ethernet applications.

04/10/2012


Alpha Wire's has added Ethernet cables to their Xtra-Guard line. The cables are suitable for use in NFPA 79 applications, making them suitable for demanding applications. Courtesy: Alpha WireAlpha Wire has added Industrial Ethernet to its growing family of Xtra-Guard cables. The new Cat 5e cables enable Ethernet communications with the durability and temperature range of Alpha’s renowned Xtra-Guard 4 jacket, making it a perfect solution for demanding applications.

The Industrial Ethernet cables are available in a choice of unshielded, foil shield, or Supra-Shield foil/braid. Alpha Wire’s Supra-Shield uses a combination aluminum/polyester/aluminum foil and tinned copper braid that offers exceptional EMI performance and flexibility. Additionally, the cables are UV and fluid resistant, meet UL 1666 Riser and CSA FT-4 flame tests, and are suitable for use in NFPA 79 applications.

This connectivity cable is available in a temperature range of -50 C up to +125 C on FEP-insulated conductors and -50 C up to +105 C on polyethylene-insulated conductors. The TPE jacket is available in black with standard lengths of 500 ft and 1000 ft. Other colors, including red and teal, are available as special orders.

Alpha Wire

www.alphawire.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 

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