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The Topflex 620 VFD is resistant to oils, coolants and solvents and is double-shielded against electrical disturbances

10/30/2013


The Topflex 620 VFD is resistant to oils, coolants and solvents and is double-shielded against electrical disturbances. Courtesy: HelukabelThe Topflex 620 VFD is a flexible-PVC, XLPE-insulated power cable that is designed for applications with high voltage spikes and long cable runs due to its low capacitance. The PVC jacket is extremely resistant to oils (Oil Res I & II), coolants and solvents. In areas where electrical interference may be an issue, the Topflex 620 VFD is double-shielded to provide effective protection against electrical disturbances (noise) and resultant failures. The Topflex 620 VFD power cable is available in a four-conductor configuration ranging in sizes from 16 – 2 AWG. It has been rated for both 600V and 1000V applications, and can operate in varying temperature environments from -25°C to 105°C.

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