Instrumentation Cables

Instrumentation cables are single or multi-pair/triple elements designed to carry signals. They are used for connecting instruments and electrical equipment especially in plants where process control is required, where transducer-generated signals are transmitted through to panels, controllers and other devices.

Twisting of the pairs reduces electromagnetic interferences (EMI) from external sources or cross talk internal pairs/triples.

The construction with individually shielded pair is typically used for analog signals and the construction with overall shield only is used for digital signals.

Typical applications are in the process industry: Oil & Gas, Chemical and Petrochemical, Water treatment, Mining and more generally in any plant where a process automation is implemented.

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