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TWO in ONE Cable from SAB presented at the exhibition AUTOMATICA from 03.-06. Juni 2014 (Hall B4, Stand 105)

23.04.2014

 

Manufacturers of drive units are able to reduce the wiring effort considerably and are at the same time able to save space , weight and costs

Until now in drive technique generally two cables were needed. A cable for the power supply of the drive and a transmission cable for the signal transfer to the control unit.

The development of new digital transmission systems makes possible the use of the so called one cable solution. Herewith, sensor signals and power supply is realized by a single cable. 

The one cable solution by SAB combines the two functions in one cable. 

The advantage for drive unit manufactures is evident. Due to the use of only one cable the wiring effort is reduced considerably. Low weight and space saving are further advantages especially for highly flexible applications as for example in cable tracks. 

As an expert for special solutions SAB offers several one cable solutions which have been tested in our own technical center with regard to its capacity towards millions of bending cycles. 

Cable manufacturer - SAB Bröckskes is one of the leading manufacturers of cables, cable harnessing and temperature measurement technique worldwide. More than 60 years of experience in cable manufacturing and temperature measurement technique have made a one man business a company with almost 500 staff members. Our strengths are not only the production of standard cables but also the construction of special items. Every year SAB manufactures more than 1500 special cables on customers´ requirements.

Contact

Sacir Adrovic

adrovic@sab-broeckskes.de

02162/898146

02162/898147

www.sab-worldwide.com

www.sab-cable.com

Sacir Adrovic | SAB Bröckskes

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