Belden 2 Pair Screened Twisted Pair RS-485 Data Cable, 0.2 mm², 24 AWG, 152m, Chrome Sheath
Prijs 1 Reel of 152 Metre(s)
|Reel(s)||Per reel||Per meter*|
|1 +||€ 845,48||€ 5,562|
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Belden Control Area Network (CAN) RS-485 cable
For highly dependable and efficient signalling these CAN cables by Belden are an excellent choice for your network control application.
The 24AWG/0.20 CSA low capacitance computer cables are ideal for RS-485 standard installations and DMX-512. These cables feature Beldens patented Beldfoil® Z-fold shield, with tinned copper braid shielding, providing extra insulation and coverage to give you a high-performance solution. They are non-plenum and use a chrome-coloured outer sheath.
They are used by the CAN based Fieldbus systems, other open Fieldbus systems, PLC and DCS systems.
Standards: NEC CM, UL2919 (9841, 9842, 9843, IEC 332-3C (9841NH, 9842NH), RS-485
Belden 9842 Cable, 152m Reel, 9842.00152
The 9842.00152 2-pair stranded (7x32) cable has 120 Ohm nominal characteristic impedance. The voltage for this unit is 300V. The twisted pair construction helps minimise external interference with data transmission, as the conductors carry signals in opposite directions to negate crosstalk.
This Belden 9842 cable also features Polyethylene insulation (PE), which has low dielectric loss and high dielectric strength. The outer jacket is PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), offering high durability. It uses the patented Beldfoil® shield which provides flexible, lightweight, and strong shielding.
This cable has an operating temperature range of -30°C to +80°C to allow for application flexibility.
Features and Benefits:
Tinned copper conductors for optimal conductivity and resistance to corrosion
Low capacitance provides reliable long-distance transmission
Suitable for indoor use
Overall Beldfoil® (100% coverage) + tinned copper braid shield (90% coverage)
Low voltage Analog Signals
Low voltage Digital control
Line level audio
What is RS-485?
This term refers to an industry standard for defining the electrical characteristics of serial lines in serial communication systems (methods of sending data). This standard is useful for industrial control systems as it ensures signal transmission over long distances and electrically noisy environments, in installations where many devices may need to be interconnected.
What are the benefits of shielded cabling?
Cables which are screened, or shielded, are better protected again electromagnetic interference (EMI) than unshielded versions. EMI refers to electrical noise which is conducted or radiated, and it can negatively affect the functioning of devices and equipment. Screening reduces crosstalk between cables (signal leakage), ensuring higher signal integrity.
|Number of Pairs||2|
|Cross Sectional Area||0.2 mm²|
|American Wire Gauge||24 AWG|
|Cable Shape||Twisted Pair|
|Outer Sheath Material||PVC|
|Characteristic Impedance||120 Ω|
|Core Strands||7/32 AWG|
|Voltage Rating||30 V|
|Standards Met||Euroclass Eca|