Motion Control Cables
Flex-Cable is constantly working to engineer special cables and systems for motion control applications. These cables – both Flexing and Non-Flexing – and their systems make the interconnection of complex mechanical and electrical components simpler and reliable.
With a product line ranging from the traditional flexing Servo, Extension and Box Mounting Cables – now available in a non-flexing cable – as well as Break Out Boards, Transition Cables, Fiber Optic Cables and I/O fanout Cables we are sure to have you covered.
Box Mounting Cable Sets consist of a Drive Side Cable (located inside the enclosure) and a Motor Side Cable (extending from the wall of the enclosure to the motor). Our Box Mounting Cable Sets facilitate easy tear-down and reassembly of machines with minimum technical expertise required. These sets allow Motor Power, Encoder and Brake connections to be made at the wall of an enclosure without having to feed a cable connector through a large opening.
Flush mounting Breakout Boards designed to fit popular industry standard drives. Created to eliminate additional panel space and wiring terminations. Please contact us for further details.
Bulk Cable for Servo Motor applications is now available for longer through-floor and conduit wiring. Cable is available subject to stock levels and current production needs so please call for current availability.
Manufactured to the same high standards as Flex-Cable's Continuous Flexing Servo Cables, our Extension Cables are available for all current Servo Motor Families. Please contact us for more information.
I/O Fanout Cables are constructed with custom cable and wire lengths. Current configurations include one connector to one set of wires as well as dual cables to one set of wires. Contact us for more information.
Resistive Brake Module Cables connect Resistive Brake Modules to Servo Drives.
Flexing and Non-Flexing Servo Cables to fit most Allen-Bradley Servo Motors and Drives. Contact us for further information.
Stand-Alone Encoder cables allow connection of many stand-alone rotary and linear encoders to servo drives for electronic gearing, auxiliary encoder input, and various other applications where additional position input is required. Incremental, Absolute, SSI and other formats are supported.