Treotham’s new CAN bus cables for highly dynamic e-chain applications

Treotham announces a new cost-effective CAN bus cable
from igus specifically designed for highly dynamic energy chain applications. Bus
systems are increasingly being used in automation, as they ensure fast and
reliable data exchange, save space and therefore money. igus’ new CAN bus cables
are available with either highly abrasion-resistant PVC or oil-resistant PUR
outer jackets.

Demand for Controller Area Network (CAN) systems continues
to grow not only to standardise data exchange but also to ensure seamless
networking of electronic systems with each other, such as control units or
intelligent sensors. This enables complex systems to be implemented
economically, and cross-system diagnostics to be carried out simultaneously
across several ECUs.

Key features of the new igus CAN bus cables from Treotham
also include guaranteed high transmission reliability of data, even with very
high stress on the cable during motion, such as when used in an energy chain; and
two outer jacket options – CFBUS.PVC.020 with highly abrasion-resistant PVC or
CFBUS.PUR.020 with highly oil-resistant PUR.

igus’ range of energy chain cables comprises of more
than 1,300 types, offering an extensive selection with international approvals,
including cables with EAC and CTP approvals. The EAC certificate is the
official proof that the imported machines or components for production
equipment comply with the harmonised technical regulations (TR ZU) of the
participating countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). The CTP standard
focuses on the fire behaviour of cables and the flame retardant properties of
the materials used. Thanks to the EAC and CTP approvals, companies exporting to
Russia or EAEU member states can get their machines and equipment through
customs more quickly and start commissioning at the end-customer immediately
after re-assembly.

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

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