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SAB on the Fair "Innotrans": Railway cables acc. to DIN EN 45545-2

07.08.2014

New series of SABIX Rail Cables fulfil the fire protection requirements acc. to DIN EN 45545-2. The Cables will be presented on the Fair “Innotrans” from 23rd to 26th September 2014 – Hall 14.1, Stand 212.

SABIX Rail Data - Cables for signal-transmission in the Railway Technology

The especially developed data cable SABIX R 605 FRNC with coloured cores for railway vehicles as well as the screened type SABIX R 615 FRNC or the pair wise twisted type SABIX R 645 FRNC TP offers maximum planning reliability and high comfort for the installation of cables in railway vehicles. Besides the high flexibility these cables are manufactured acc. to the highest safety standards of railway technology. 

SABIX Rail Control

The control cables SABIX R 600 FRNC with externally certified materials acc. to DIN EN 45545-2 as well as the screened type SABIX R 638 FRNC are especially suitable for flexible applications in railway vehicles. Also for our single core cables SABIX A 146 FRNC and SABIX A 156 FRNC the high requirements acc. to DIN EN 45545-2 were confirmed. 

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SABIX A 280 FRNC X / SABIX A 285 FRNC X

The control cables SABIX A 280 FRNC X and SABIX A 285 FRNC X fulfils the requirements of DIN EN 45545-2 and have proven durable in practice. The control cable SABIX A 285 FRNC X with overall tinned copper braid is recommended whenever electrical interference distorts signal transmission, or when EMI emissions need to be suppressed. 

SABIX Rail Bus - Bus-cables for Railway Technology

With the new CAT5e and CAT6 Ethernet cables SAB Bröckskes broadens its product portfolio for railway vehicles consequently and thus is able to offer additional railway cables. The types SABIX R 660 CAT 5e 2x2x22 AWG and SABIX R 691 CAT 6 4x2x26 AWG fulfil the fire protection standard DIN 5510. After having passed the tests regarding flame propagation, smoke density and toxicity SAB Bröckskes is able to offer Ethernet cables for railway technology which are externally certified. 

About SAB

SAB, a leading manufacturer of cables worldwide founded in 1947.

More than 60 years of experience in temperature measurement and control technique as well as in cable production have made a one man business a company with nearly 500 staff members. The strengths are not only the production of standard products but also the development and manufacturing of special products acc. to customers' specifications. Every year SAB manufactures more than 1500 special products on customer's request. The company provides their products in more than 40 countries of the world.  

Contact

SAB Bröckskes GmbH & Co. KG

info@sab-broeckskes.de

Tel. 0049 (0) 2162/8980

Fax 0049 (0) 2162/898101

www.sab-worldwide.com

www.sab-cable.com

Sacir Adrovic | SAB

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