TRAXLINE PROFIBUS 700 C

Shielded continuous bending hi-flex Profibus PUR cables

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Core insulation
KS-PP/TPE

concentrically
stranded

Inner jacket
KS-PP/TPE

valley-sealed,
pressure extruded,
hi-flex design

Overall shield
continuous bending hi-flex, tin-platedcopper braiding
Coverage: approx. 90 %
and foil shield

Outer jacket
KS-PUR

pressure extruded,
hi-flex design,
extremely abrasion-resistant

Developed for:

  • Profibus applications
  • sensor equipment
  • data and signal cables
  • extremely heavy loads

Properties:

  • oil-resistant
  • CFC-free
  • UV-stable
  • silicone-free
  • RoHS-conform
  • flame-retardant
  • halogen-free
  • ozone-resistant

More than
7 million
motion cycles!

Up to
100 m
travel length!

 

Design

Conductor:

extremely fine stranded conductors of bare copper wires
in an optimized hi-flex design

Center element:

type-optimized

Core insulation:

KS-PP/TPE

Core identification:

colored, Profibus

Core stranding:

cores type-optimized stranded in short pitches with minimal torsion

Inner jacket:

KS-PP/TPE

Shielding:

coverage 85 %

Outer jacket:

KS-PUR

Jacket color:

purple (according to DESINA)

Technical Data

Temperature range while moved:

- 20  to  + 70 °C / # 45689 90 °C

Minimum bend radius while moved:

KRmin ≥ 15 x Ø

vmax supported:

3.5 m/s

vmax gliding:

2 m/s

amax:

10 m/s²

Insulation resistance:

≥ 10 MΩ x km

Rated voltage:

according to VDE 300/300 V

Approvals:

cURus, based on VDE

varying parameters possible – please contact us

DESINA  CE

Types

 

TRAXLINE PROFIBUS 700 C 90° – shielded

core number x nominal-cross-section
in mm²

part
number

max. Ø mm

cable weight
kg/m

copper weight
kg/m

(1 x 2 x 0.64)

45689

8.5

0.070

0.026


 

TRAXLINE PROFIBUS 700 C – shielded

core number x nominal-cross-section
in mm²

part
number

max. Ø mm

cable weight
kg/m

copper weight
kg/m

(1 x 2 x 0.64)

45690

8.2

0.065

0.025



Additional cable types upon request.
Subject to change.

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