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Trex-Onics® Individually Shielded Resolver Cable

Designed for use in heavy-duty industrial resolver applications, Trex-Onics® Individually Shielded Resolver Cable has a polyurethane jacket which provides superior protection against cutting, abrasion, oil and chemicals. FEP insulated conductor pairs are shielded, plus an overall braid shield provides 100% EM and RF interference. Resolver cable comes in TPC's classic yellow jacket.

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  • CSA
  • UL Recognized in the U.S. and Canada
  • FT-2 Flame Rating
  • VW-1 Flame Rating
  • RoHS Compliant
  • 300 V
  • Operating Temperature Range -40°C to 105°C
  • FINELY STRANDED TINNED COPPER CONDUCTORS — Improves flexibility and extends conductor life.

  • FLUOROPOLYMER INSULATION ON INDIVIDUAL CONDUCTORS — Offers superior resistance to oil, solvents and chemicals. Provides high dielectric capability, mechanical strength and cut resistance.

  • HEAVY-DUTY COMBINATION OF TINNED COPPER BRAID AND ALUMINUM/POLYESTER FOIL SHIELD — Shielding combination provides 100% protection from EM and RF interference. Finely stranded braid provides superior flexibility and mechanical strength.

  • HEAVY-DUTY POLYURETHANE JACKET — Provides excellent protection against cutting, abrasion, oil and chemicals. Available in Security Yellow or Intrinsically Safe Blue.


  • Resolvers
  • Bar Code Readers
  • Control Circuits
  • Heat
  • Pressure
  • Flow Meters
  • Instrumentation
  • Load Cell Monitors
  • Programmable Controllers
  • Programmable Limit Switches
  • Proximity Switches
  • Servo Motors
  • Tachometers
  • Variable Speed Motors
  • General Analog Applications
  • Abrasions
  • Chemicals
  • Extreme Temperature
  • Flexing

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