Cicoil’s ultra flexible micro IDC ribbon cables

Treotham introduces the new ultra-flexible micro IDC ribbon cables from

Unlike stiff PVC and Teflon versions, the space-saving, 0.025″ pitch
Cicoil cable is designed for tight routing applications that require dependable
signal density and reduced cable width, and can withstand exposure to harsh
environments, mechanical stress and excessive temperatures (-65¡C to +260¡C).

Cicoil uses a patented extrusion process to place individually encased,
finely stranded bare copper wires in a very small flat profile, precisely
controlling the spacing of each component and the overall cable shape. Approximately,
half the size of standard 28 AWG IDC ribbon cables, the new 30 AWG Flexx-Sil
rubber jacketed cables are available with up to 64 conductors, and fully
terminated assemblies are offered in 3/6/12 feet lengths. In addition, the
cables are completely compatible with any Insulation Displacement Connectors

Watch in this video
how to quickly and easily install an IDC connector to the micro IDC cable.

Cicoil’s micro IDC ribbon cables are rated for 3000 Volts DC and are
resistant to water, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, humidity, UV light, radiation,
flames, aging, autoclave, ozone, sunlight, fungus, vibration and many
chemicals. When a non-adhering jacket surface is desired, Treotham offers the
SlideRite and GlideRite low friction coating options by request.

Cicoil’s halogen-free micro IDC ribbon cable is UL & CSA recognised,
CE conforming, RoHS & REACH compliant, and Class 1 Clean Room rated, and is
cured continuously, with no debris or material contamination in an automated,
climate controlled environment. In addition, the non-particulate generating
cables exceed the outgassing requirements of ASTM E595 and are also excellent
for use in vacuum environments.

For more information, please visit the Treotham Automation website or call 1300 65 75 64.

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