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AutomationDirect Offers Lutze Superflex Control Cable

March 26, 2024
Designed for industrial applications, Lutze Superflex control cable is suitable for flexing in short to medium drag chains.

An addition to AutomationDirect’s lineup, the Lutze Superflex control cable is available in sizes ranging from 21 AWG to 12 AWG with 3 to 34 unshielded conductors. Individual conductors are bare copper and stranded for flexibility. with black PVC/TPE insulation and identification numbers for easy installation. An insulated ground conductor, green with a yellow stripe, is included in the conductor count of each cable.

Key features include:

  • Unshielded and shielded constructions
  • Oil- and UV-resistant PVC outer jacket for durability in various environments
  • Multiple ratings and approvals, including cUL, AWM Style 2586, CE, RoHS and REACH
  • Flexible design
  • Suitable for articulated drag chain (C-tracks) installations.

Made for stationary and flexing applications, the multi-conductor control cable is suitable for organizing and simplifying control wiring in machines and facilities. With a minimum length of 20 ft and cut-to-length options in 1-ft increments, the cable is designed to be a cost-effective and efficient way to meet industrial wiring needs.

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