Tag: Bus cable

Why do you not have any TP stranded cores in the torsion BUS cables?

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

In the case of twisted-pair stranded cores, the advantage is that the cores do not change their distance from each other when the entire stranded cable is twisted and untwisted during torsional movement. As a result, the transmission quality of the bus system is retained. Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!

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Why do some BUS cables have foam core insulation (FOAM)?

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

Foam core insulation ensures that there is a defined distance between the individual cores but the material constant of the insulating material is similar to that of air and not of plastic. If normal core insulation were to be used, it would not be possible to adhere to the BUS specifications. Vote Up +0 Vote […]

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Up to what length do bus cables function?

Marco Thull | 8. July 2019

This depends on the bus system, the cable quality, the number of bus nodes and the specifications of the respective user organisations. Example: Profibus DP maximum stub length with 13 to 14 nodes = max. 90 m. Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!

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