Instrumentation Cable

Application:

Instrumentation cables are multiple conductor cables that convey low energy electrical signals used for monitoring or controlling electrical power systems and their associated processes.

The functions of measurement and control are vital in manufacturing and processing applications. These functions are greatly dependent on their electronic circuitry.

Typical applications include industrial equipment control, broadcasting, assemble equipment, or mass transit systems.


Product Construction:

Construction - In Single / Multi  - Cores / Pairs / Triads / Quads
Conductor - Electrolytic grade Copper - Bare  /  Tinned, Solid / Stranded / Flexible conductors
Range - 0.5 / 0.75 / 1.0 / 1.5 / 2.5 Sq. mm up to 100 Pair
Insulation - General purpose PVC / HR- PVC / PE / XLPE / FEP/ PTFE / PFA / EPR / Silicone Rubber
Screening - Individual and / or overall with following options -

- Aluminum Mylar/Copper Tape with Tinned Copper Drain Wire or

- Braided with Bare / Tinned / Silver Plated Copper
Inner Sheath - PVC / HR-PVC / FR=PVC / FRLS PVC / ZHFR / LHLS
Armoring - GI round Wire / Flat strip or Wire Braiding
Outer Sheath - PVC / HR-PVC / FR=PVC / FRLS PVC / ZHFR / LHLS

Reference Standards:

BS-5308, IS-5608, IEC 60189, BS 6724, BS5467, VDE 0815/0816, BS EN 50288


Technical Data:

Operating Temperature - PVC : (+)70°C, HR-PVC : (+)105˚C, EPR : (+)90˚C, FEP :(+)200˚C,PFA/PTFE:(+)260˚C, Silicone : (+)200˚C
Voltage Rating :     - 300/500 V
Mutual Capacitance of Pairs - 250 pF/m
Conductor to Screen Capacitance - 400 pF/m

Features:

Low conductor resistance
Heat Resistant
Good flexibility
Oil and Flame resistance
Low Cross talk and low interference.
Good mechanical properties