Master Catalog Page 105 Xtra-Guard Flex Cable

Alpha Wire www.alphawire.com 1-800-52 ALPHA Specifications subject to change. For complete specifications and availability, visit www.alphawire.com. 105 Our high-flex shielding options include a double-jacket configuration with 85% braid coverage to achieve high shielding effectiveness while maintaining the desired flexibility. For torsional flex applications, we offer spiral wound shielding with 90% coverage. 85% - 90% Coverage Tinned Copper Braid Double Jacket For Outstanding Flexing Performance Cable > Xtra-Guard > Xtra-Guard Flex Xtra-Guard Flex Cables Flexible/Flexing Xtra-Guard cables are available in a variety of configurations to allow exactly the right cable to be selected for your flexing application. There are four common types of cable flexing movements to consider when designing and applying a high-flexing cable and they are: Rolling flex, such as C-track or Cartesian motions Bending flex or "tic-toc," such as hinged panels Torsional flex, such as twisting Variable/random motion flex Different cable construction methods and materials are used depending on the cable flexing movement. For example: torsional cables will have a different lay length and cabling from a rolling flex cable. The performance of a cable is evaluated using physical test data and statistical analysis to produce what is known as "flex life" and overall system reliability. Rolling Flex Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Control Cable (600 V) Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Data Cable (300 V) Bending Flex Xtra-Guard Standard Flex Cable (600 V) Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Control Cable (600 V) Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Data Cable (300 V) Torsion Flex Xtra-Guard Torsional Flex Cable (600 V) Variable/Random Flex Xtra-Guard Standard Flex Cable (600 V) Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Control Cable (600 V) Xtra-Guard Continuous Flex Data Cable (300 V) Applications Cartesian robots Articulated multi-axis robots Automation networking Machine tools Automotive assembly equipment Conveyor systems Control panels Flex and static track Transfer shuttles Sensor/actuator-to-controller connections Material-handling equipment

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