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Instrumentation Cables

Shielded / Braided cables

Applications

Industrial applications such as factory floor are typically electrically noisy environments. Electrical noise either radiated or conducted as electromagnetic interference (EMI), can seriously disrupt the proper operation of other equipment. Shielding is needed to combat the effects of EMI. The shield can act on EMI on two ways. First it can reflect the energy. Second, it can pick up the noise and conduct it to ground. In either case, EMI does not reach the conductors.

Features

There are two types of shielding typically used for cables namely, foil and braid. Foil shielding uses a thin layer of aluminum, typically attached to a carrier such as polyester to add strength and ruggedness, which is good. A drain wire is used to terminate and ground the shield.

Braid is a woven mesh of bare or tinned copper wires. The braid provides a low resistance path to ground and is much easier to termination by crimping or soldering when attaching a connector. The braid is more effective as a shield.

Cable Structure

Conductor :

99.97% pure electrolyte grade bare / tinned copper


Insulation :

FR+HR PVC compound with a high insulation resistance value


Tapping :

Aluminum Mylar tape

Braiding conductor :

Tinned Copper


Outer Sheath color:

Blue or Any other Color on specific request can also be supplied


Standard length cable packing :

100 meters coil each or as per your requirements

Technical Specification


PVC Insulated & sheathed annealed copper conductor flexible control cables confirming to IS : 694

Size in
sq. mm.
Size in mm. Current Rating Approximate overall diameter of cable in mm
2 core 3 core 4 core 5 core 6 core 7 core 8 core 10 core 12 core 14 core 16 core 19 core 24 core
0.50 16/0.20 4 6.20 6.60 7.20 8.3 8.50 8.50 9.30 10.80 11.20 12.00 12.60 13.20 15.60
0.75 24/0.20 7 6.80 7.20 7.90 9.10 9.50 9.50 10.40 12.20 12.60 13.30 14.20 14.90 17.60
1.00 32/0.20 11 7.00 7.50 8.10 9.60 9.80 9.80 10.70 12.60 13.00 13.70 14.60 15.60 18.20
1.50 48/0.20 / 30/0.25 14 7.60 8.10 9.00 10.3 10.70 10.70 11.90 13.80 14.30 15.20 16.00 17.10 20.20
2.50 80/0.20 / 50/0.25 19 9.00 9.60 10.50 11.7 12.70 12.70 14.10 16.60 17.20 18.10 19.30 20.30 23.80
4.00 56/0.30 26 10.60 11.30 12.40 13.95 15.30 15.30 16.90 20.00 20.70 21.80 23.20 24.50 28.80

* Note insulation thickness, Sheath thickness and overall dimensions given in this table are nominal value. The strand diameter is nominal. However, Construction of the Conductor is designed to satisfy the requirement of conductor resistance as per IS 8130 : 1984

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