New England Wire Technologies Corporation Datasheets for Control and Instrumentation Cables

Control and instrumentation cables are used to supply power to devices, such as analytical instruments and process controllers, used in control and instrumentation systems. They are typically designed for specific industrial protocols and are equipped with shielding to prevent electrostatic or electromagnetic interference between the enclosed wires and external fields.
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Conductors are bare or tin-plated copper strands insulated with 10 mil walls of color coded PVC. Braided shields, jackets or both can be applied over the cabled conductors prior to...
Conductors are extra flexible bare copper strands insulated with 10 mil walls of PVC. Extra flexible, tinned copper braided shields, or Polyurethane jackets or both can be applied over the...
Conductors are extra flexible bare copper strands insulated with 10 mil walls of PVC. Extra flexible, tinned copper braided shields, or PVC jackets or both can be applied over the...
Conductors are ultra flexible bare copper strands insulated with 5 mil wall of FEP. Extra flexible tinned-copper braided shields can be applied prior to jacketing with 10 mil wall of...
Conductors are ultra flexible bare copper strands insulated with 5 mil walls of color coded PFA. Extra flexible braided shields are optional over the cabled conductors prior to jacketing with...
Conductors are ultra flexible bare copper strands insulated with 5 mil walls of PVC. Extra flexible braided shields are optional over the cabled conductors before extruding with 10 mil wall...
Conductors are ultra flexible silver-plated copper strands insulated with 3.5 mil walls of PFA. Extra flexible silver-plated copper braided shields can be applied over the cabled conductors prior to jacketing...
In small-signal applications, noise-free transmission lines are necessary to maintain signal integrity. Simply flexing or twisting a traditional cable can generate voltage spikes with magnitudes in the tens of millivolts.
Miniature coaxial cables (24 - 32 AWG) are available in countless combinations of conductor and insulation materials (including NEWcel® foamed dielectrics), stranding options and shield configurations. Ideal for short and...