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Industrial Ethernet cables offer more options

Posted: 09 Nov 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:belden cdt? datatuff? industrial ethernet cable? belden 7932a? belden 7934a?

DataTuff copper cables

Belden CDT Electronics Division has expanded its line of DataTuff Category 5e Industrial Ethernet cables with the addition of 2-pair and 4-pair versions.

The new 2-pair (Belden 7932A) and 4-pair (Belden 7934A) DataTuff copper cables feature Belden's patented Bonded-Pair technology which is said to ensure superior electrical performance before and after installation. These Industrial Ethernet cables are constructed to withstand harsh industrial and environmental conditions including sunlight, temperature variations, oil and gasoline, crushing and abrasion. As a result, the cables ensure optimum network performance and uptime, and avoid transmission errors that can lead to unsafe conditions or interruption of critical industrial control functions, according to the company.

The Belden 7932A is a 2-pair, 24 AWG, unshielded, Category 5e cable that is CMR FT4 rated. It features solid bare copper conductors, polyolefin insulation, industrial grade sunlight- and oil-resistant PVC jacket (black or teal), and is EtherNet/IP compliant.

The Belden 7934A is a 4-pair, 24 AWG, unshielded, Enhanced Category 5e cable that features solid bare copper conductors, polyolefin insulation, sunlight- and oil-resistant black polyethylene jacket, and is EtherNet/IP compliant. The cable is water blocked for burial applications. For additional product information, please call the company and request New Product Bulletin NP231.

The Belden 7932A and 7934A cables are priced at 17 cents/foot and 25 cents/foot, respectively. Both cables are available from stock.

- Gina Roos

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