Trex-Onics® DeviceNet™ Flex-Net "Thin" High Performance Cable
Flex-Net Cable is designed to meet the electrical requirements identified by the Open DeviceNet Association (ODVA) for the “Thin Cable”. The heavy-duty ultra-shield construction is a combination of two shielding technologies that provides both mechanical strength and 100% shielding protection from EMI and RF interference. The heavy-duty jacket provides excellent defense against cutting, abrasion, oil and chemicals, and is also flame and heat resistance. Flex-Net Cable meets the performance requirements as specified by ODVA with a capacitance between conductors – 12 pF/foot at 1 MHz (nominal), capacitance between one conductor and other conductor connected to shield is 24 pF/foot (nominal), impedance of 120 Ohms +/- 10% at 1 MHz, and propagation delay of 1.36 nSec/foot (maximum). Flex-Net Cable is available as a “Thin or Drop Cable” high performance design.
- UL Recognized in the U.S. and Canada
- Type PLTC
- FT-4 Flame Rating
- ODVA Conformity
- RoHS Compliant
- 300 V
- Operating Temperature Range -40°C to 80°C
ELECTRONICALLY TESTED — Meets the performance requirements as specified by ODVA™.
ULTRA-SHIELD CONSTRUCTION, A HEAVY-DUTY COMBINATION OF TINNED COPPER SHIELD AND AN ALUMINUM/POLYESTER FOIL SHIELD — 100% shielding provides protection from EM and RF interference. Finely stranded spiral braid provides superior mechanical strength.
HEAVY-DUTY GRAY TREX-ONICS® TPE JACKET — Excellent defense against cutting, abrasion, oil and chemicals. Flame and heat resistant. All-weather flexibility.
TINNED COPPER CONDUCTORS — Resists corrosion. Easier to solder.
DRAIN WIRE — Drain wire with each pair to protect against interference.
FLUOROPOLYMER TAPE WRAP — Allows the braid and conductors to move more freely within the jacket. Improves performance in high flex torsional applications.
WOVEN NYLON TAPE — Improves flexibility allowing conductor bundle to move easily within the jacket. Protects inner conductor bundle from spiral braid.
4 MILLION — Flex tested to over 4,000,000 cycles without electrical failure.