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    Other Wire & Cable Services

    We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
    Al Creely
    Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

    High Flex Vision Cable Systems

    TPC’s Engineering Department has developed a high-flex vision cable. This cable contains 4 conductors (24 AWG) and 4 micro coaxial wires. This construction accommodates the standard vision systems used in large industries. This cable minimizes downtime caused by conductor and shielding failures.

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    Product Spec Sheet
    High-Flex Vision Cable Systems


    Ratings / Characteristics

    • UV Resistant
    • Operating Temperature Range -40°C to 90°C
    • Abrasion Resistant
    • Chemical Resistant
    • Oil Resistant
    • Custom Options Available
    • Flame Retardant


    Features

    • Finely Stranded Tinned Copper
    • Fluoropolymer Primaries
    • 95% Shielded
    • Heavy-Duty PUR Jacket
    • Nominal O.D. 0.267"
    • Improved Flexibility
    • Enhanced Flex Life
    • EM & RF Protection
    • Made in U.S.A.


    Applications

    • Pick and Place Systems
    • Robotic Systems
    • Automated Processing
    • Camera Systems
    • Machine Vision Systems


    Resources

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    Part Numbers

    • SC117730
    We needed a better cable in critical areas of our control system so TPC showed us their Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® products but TPC challenged us to try anything to cause a failure. We decided to try the most abusive thing we could think of — run the cable over with a 60,000 lb track rig. When the initial test didn’t cause a failure, we performed a 0 degree turn, pivoting directly on the cable. The only damage to the cable was the abraded outer casing. Since this experiment 3 years ago, we have been using Super-Trex® and Trex-Onics® for our mission-critical cable assemblies, without a failure.
    Al Creely
    Senior Control Engineer Schramm, Inc.

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