CF-Robot 9 is a hybrid control
cable that is available shielded or unshielded. CF-Robot 8 is a shielded bus
cable, while CF-Robot 4 is a shielded position-feedback cable. CF-Robot 6 and
CF-Robot 7 are servo-motor cables that are available shielded or unshielded.
All five are oil resistant and flame retardant.
5 is a fiber-optic cable with a TPE outer jacket. It is oil and UV resistant
and flexible at low temperatures
with a minimum bend radius of 12.5 times its diameter. CF-Robot
is the original single core, shielded cable of the range, which is PVC free and
oil- and UV-resistant.
is suitable for multi-axis cable carriers, such as igus' Triflex R cable
carrier, which is designed to protect moving cables and hoses on
six-axis robots. Triflex
R is able to move through all axes and can twist up to 380 degrees per yard,
enabling easy movement through complex configurations.
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