LÜTZE has been supplying special cables for moving applications for more than 50 years and is regarded as a true pioneer in its sector. After successfully launching the torsion-resistant Cat6a Ethernet cable at the start of 2018, the automation specialist is now going one step further by adding the new LÜTZE SUPERFLEX ETHERNET bus (C) PUR Cat7 cable to its industrial Ethernet solutions. This brand-new cable - which boasts a transmission rate of up to 600 MHz - and its stablemate Cat6a have both obtained approval for the North American market, meaning they can be deployed across the globe.
Originally intended for applications that move in a linear direction, the LÜTZE SUPERFLEX ETHERNET bus (C) PUR Cat7 cable has since been kitted out with enhanced four-pair stranding around a cross core to give it outstanding mechanical properties, which allow the cable to bend up to ±180 degrees across one meter. These special characteristics and the halogen-free, flame-retardant PUR sheath make it the perfect choice for moving machinery and systems. All 1,500 or so of LÜTZE's entire European and North American range, including the new LÜTZE SUPERFLEX ETHERNET bus (C) PUR Cat7, can be found in the latest version of the EPLAN Data Portal.
Friedrich Lütze GmbH & Co. KG (71384 Weinstadt, Germany)