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Use of an industrial control cable

Feb. 05, 2018

Cable and electrical control wire are used in almost all applications that are involved with electricity. Each one of them is designed with a specific purpose of interconnecting separate equipments and to control and regulate signals when used for these purposes.

There are various types of them and each one is specific to the types of needs. In an environment where there is very light stress on the cable and in moist or dry conditions, these cables will be able to take the pressure. A telecommunication cable can be something like this.

Similarly, there are other types of industrial control cable that can be used in applications where there is a necessity of equipment which will work without any interference or stoppage at all. Such cables need to be able to take high pressure and are hence installed with multiple cores and tinned copper wire braids that will protect the control cables from stress and external electromagnetic pressures.

Some of the toughest cables come with galvanized round steel wires or galvanized flat steel strips that make them compatible enough for the hardest of applications.

All types of control cables are equipped with plain copper conductors and AC voltage rating up to 1100 V and DC up to 1500 V. They are also armored with a covering of PVC compound for added strength. Rigid tests and standard checks make sure that each and every industrial control cable that is in the market is able to adapt to the application and able to take the pressure that is applied to it.

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