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Characteristics

Type
power, data
Configuration
flat
Other characteristics
highly flexible, UL, ISO, high-speed
Applications
for clean rooms, self-supporting
Temperature

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Description

GORE® Trackless High Flex Cable Gore’s self-supporting cables eliminate the need for a cable track or chain completely for a more simple cable management system. Our trackless cables solve many challenges associated with particulation, vibration, size and weight. They provide increased positioning accuracy, faster speeds, quieter motion, reliable installation and cleaner operation. Overview Using GORE Trackless High Flex Cables allow automated equipment manufacturers to eliminate cable track substantially reducing costs in several ways. First, the flat construction eliminates the need for dividers and shelves in cable chains, which decreases the total weight of the cable system. Up to three cables can be stacked together reducing the overall footprint. Second, the lightweight ePTFE used in jacket constructions is 1/2 to 1/3 the thickness of most round cable jackets and meets UL requirements for safety and flame resistance. A smaller cable chain can often be used — or even eliminated completely — further reducing the overall cost of the moving cable system. Gore’s trackless cables also provide increased positioning accuracy, faster speeds, quieter motion, reliable installation and cleaner operation. REDUCE PARTICULATION Certified according to ISO Class 1, GORE Trackless High Flex Cables can be reliably used in cleanroom and vacuum environments that require low particulation.

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