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With the help of latest materials the cable manufacturer succeeded to combine technical characteristics in order to create completely new application fields for products acc. to EN 45545.
The halogen-free cable with highest flame protection and non-toxic characteristics is able to withstand weather conditions in outdoor use and shows at the same time a good oil and fuel resistance. Furthermore, it is resistant against mechanical stress and as a consequence is appropriate for the use in cable chains of construction machines or for door control systems in public transport.
Due to these extraordinary characteristics, the cable can also be used in the bogie, as a jumper cable or as a sensor cable at the wheel set. SAB Bröckskes offers this cable as control cable with a nominal voltage of 300/500 V, as screened version, as paired data cable or designed for a nominal voltage of 0,6/1 kV. Moreover, it is certified according to highest European fire protection standards and has been tested by independent authorities.
The cables are tested acc. to the highest Hazard Level – HL 1 to 3 – for indoor and outdoor application acc. to EN 45545.
The outstanding features of the SAB RailLine 560 are:
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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