WHAT PROPERTIES DOES THE HELUTHERM® 145 MULTI-C SIGNAL CABLE HAVE?
HELUTHERM® 145 MULTI-C is a signal cable that meets quality standards for fire resistance and stable operation in extreme temperature environments. Therefore, it is present in outdoor applications or traffic light control systems.
What is a signal cable?
Signal cables are manufactured to transmit signals, sounds, and images in many different fields and industries. Signal cables can be used in elevators, cameras or audio systems, and machinery.
In addition to the ability to transmit signals, sounds, and images, the signal cable can send to the control center information about the status and operating position of the machines and equipment under control. Signal cables support remote control and serve effectively in industrial automation.
Temperature-resistant and halogen-free connection and control cable
- Temperature range
flexing -35°C to +120°C
fixed installation -55°C to +145°C
in short-circuit +250°C
- Nominal voltage
up to 1,0 mm² U0/U 300/500 V
from 1,5 mm² U0/U 450/750 V
with protected fixed installation
from 1,5 mm² U0/U 600/1000 V
- Test voltage 3000 V
- Minimum bending radius
in operation 8x cable Ø
fixed installation 4x cable Ø
Coupling resistance: max. 250 Ohm/km
- Tinned copper conductor, to DIN VDE 0295 cl.5, fine-wire, BS 6360 cl.5, IEC 60228 cl.5
- Core insulation of cross-linked, halogen-free polyolefin-copolymer
- Core identification black cores with continuous white numbering
- Cores stranded in layers with optimal lay-lenght
- Tinned copper braided screen, approx. 85% coverage
- Outer sheath of cross-linked, halogen-free polyolefin-copolymer
- Sheath color black
- with meter marking
- Different insulation- and outer sheaths in other colors available on request
- Lower propagation of fire
- Low development of smoke and fumes
- Good abrasion and notch resistance
- Good resistance to oils and weathering
- Resistant to UV radiation and ozone
- Resistant to soldering temperatures
- Thermal class B
- These control cables are resistant to melting, even when in contact with a soldering iron at temperatures of between 300°C and 380°C, because of the cross-linking for the insulation material
- The materials used in manufacture are cadmium-free and contain no silicone and are free from substances harmful to the wetting properties of lacquers