ÖLFLEX® Power & Control Cables
ÖLFLEX® power and control cables are designed to withstand demanding industrial environments, from wet/dry to low temperatures to indoor/outdoor applications. They are extremely flexible, oil-resistant, EMC-shielded, and comply with UL & CSA standards. ÖLFLEX® is not only physically flexibl...
ÖLFLEX® power and control cables are designed to withstand demanding industrial environments, from wet/dry to low temperatures to indoor/outdoor applications. They are extremely flexible, oil-resistant, EMC-shielded, and comply with UL & CSA standards. ÖLFLEX® is not only physically flexible, but flexible in usage as well.
Jacket Material: PVC, PUR, TPE, & Halogen-free
AWG: 20 - 3/0 AWG
Available shielded or unshielded.
Recommended Applications: CNC machining centers; grinding machines; bottling equipment; conveyors; processing equipment; assembly lines; control panes
Approvals Include:UL, CSA, CE, , VDE, ROHS
Products in the Line:
ÖLFLEX® 190 is a multi-conductor cable with a highly oil-, coolant-, and solvent-resistant PVC jacket for control and power applications in an industrial environment. It is designed for use in all electrical equipment under dry, damp, and wet conditions. ÖLFLEX® 190 CY is a shielded version for EMI and RFI protection.
ÖLFLEX® 150 QUATTRO is an internationally approved, 600V multi-conductor cable. It has UL & CSA AWM and approvals for use as an interconnect cable for machinery. ÖLFLEX® 150 QUATTRO is extremely flexible for easier installation and has outstanding oil, coolant, and chemical resistance. ÖLFLEX® 150 CY QUATTRO is a shielded version with an inner PVC jacket and tinned copper braid shield.
ÖLFLEX® POWER MULTI is a multi-purpose power cable with cordage, tray, and NEC Class 1 Div. 1 (flexible use only) approvals.
ÖLFLEX® 110 H/110 CH is a low smoke, zero halogen (LSZH), multi-conductor control and power cable with improved oil resistance and flame protection. It is for use in all electrical equipment in dry or damp conditions. It is UV and weather resistant and comes in shielded and unshielded versions.
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