Mixed – Compensating Cables

Description

TC Type

Item Number

TP-440-2KC-0,25L

NiCr-Ni(EN)

2-2300-00044

TP-440-2KC-0,25L

NiCr-Ni(DIN)

2-2300-00174

TP-440-4KC-0,25L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00047

TP-440-2SC-0,25L

Pt10%Rh-Pt

2-2305-00015

TP-440-2RC-0,25L

Pt10%Rh-Pt

2-2307-00002

TG-412-2KC-0,22L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00040

TG-412-2KC-0,75L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00041

TG-412-4KC-0,25L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00043

TG-412-2SC-0,25L

Pt10%Rh-Pt

2-2305-00029

 

Example

Kapton-and glass fibre-insulated cables (Combination GK) 

Each conductor is glass fibre-insulated while the cable as a whole is surrounded by a Kapton film. The positive properties of both materials are combined to an optimum. Application conditions as well as recommendations for use can be taken from the descriptions for each material.

The most important advantage is that the cable can be bent to a certain degree at temperatures above 180°C without damage to the glass fibre insulation.

 

Insulation Single Conductor

C = Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G = Glass fibre
K = Kapton ( Polyimid )
P = PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R = Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S = Silicon
T = PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP

Other Sheath 

C = Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G = Glass fibre
K = Kapton ( Polyimid )
P = PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R = Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S = Silicon
T = PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP