Teflon - insulated compensating cables

Description

TC - Type

Item Number

TT-465-2KC-0,5L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00063

TT-465-2NC-0,25L

NiCrSi-NiSi

2-2314-00003

TT-465-2SC-0,25L

Pt10%Rh-Pt

2-2305-00016

TT-460-2KC-0,25L

NiCr-Ni

2-2300-00048

 

Cables with a PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP insulation are suited for dry, moist and wet rooms and high mechanical strain at high ambient temperatures. PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP insulated cables can be laid outdoors without any problems. They can be laid firmly or flexibly. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be avoided. PTFE/PFA/ECTFE/FEP insulated cables have the following properties:

  • high insulation resistance > 2 TOhm x cm
  • high abrasion resistance 
  • extremely low dielectric losses 
  • water absorption < 0.01 % 
  • resistant to all ambient conditions
  • resistant to acids and bases, solvents, fuels, mineral oils, synthetic liquids etc.
  • high elasticity and tensile strength
  • resistant to soldering temperatures 

The tin-plated copper screening braid of the cable TT-465 gives it an excellent electromagnetic immunity.

Cables without screening resp. with electroplated screening foil and additional wire are available upon request.

 

FEP insulation (fluorethylene-propylene)

Temperature range:

laid firmly -100 ... +205°C


laid flexibly -100 ...+205°C

PFA (polyfluorethylene-acetate) and PTFE (polytetra-fluorethylene) insulation

Temperature range:

laid firmly -190...+260°C


laid flexibly -100...+260°C

Burning properties:

flame-inhibiting and

self-extinguishing

It is recommended to obey the following minimum bending radius:

Flexible laying:

10 x outside diameter

Firm laying:

4 x outside diameter


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