L-com Launches Cat5e Braid Shielded High-Flex Right-Angle Ethernet Patch Cords
NORTH ANDOVER - L-com Global Connectivity, a preferred manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced today that it has released a new series of right-angle Ethernet cable assemblies that feature a high-flex, braid shield cable construction.
These unique cables feature a specialized channel separator and load bar to achieve true Cat5e performance while maintaining a right-angle bend and are fully shielded to limit EMI and RFI interference.
Built with special, braided high-flex cable, these assemblies are rated for 10 million flex cycles at 8x the cable diameter, making them ideal for continuous motion applications.
Cable configuration options in this series include straight RJ45 connectors to 90° up-angle, 90° down-angle, 90° left-angle and 90° right-angle connector options. The cables feature a tinned copper braided shield to protect against EMI/RFI interference and they are EIA568 color-coded for compatibility with standards based installations. These new high-flex cables are ideal for manufacturing, factory automation and robotics applications.
Our new high-flex, right-angle cables are perfect for use in continuous motion applications often found in factory automation and robotics applications. The unique right-angle connector design addresses the requirement for confined space connectivity often found in such applications, said Dustin Guttadauro, Product Manager.
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