- Female strip to pin strip
- Female strip to female strip
- Pin strip to pin strip
- Conductor cross-section per wire: 0.25 mm²
- Current carrying capacity per wire: 2 A
- Number of positions: 9, 15, 25, 37, 50 (PVC or halogen-free, shielded)
System cables with D-SUB or FLK connectors are the quick, error-free 1:1 connection between automation devices and termination boards. Select from a wide range of pre-assembled system cables with different numbers of positions. They can be connected with single wires and pin or socket strips. Our service for you: Alongside standard lengths between 0.5 m and 10 m, we can supply you with system cables in the length you specify.More information
With the new halogen-free (HF) splitting cables, increased requirements can be met, especially with regard to fire protection. The HF cables complement the existing Plug and Play solution (front adapter, HF cables, and relays) for the Siemens SIMATIC® ET200SP HA process controller. This ensure a fast, fault-free connection between the I/O card and field wiring.
The VARIOFACE system cabling enables time-saving and error-free connection to I/O modules. Thanks to plug-in PLC front adapters, system cables, and signal termination boards, you can devise your wiring solution.
Our VARIOFACE system cables are categorized as system cables with IDC/FLK connectors or system cables with D-SUB connectors. Each category is available with PVC cable or halogen-free cable. Furthermore, these cables are available in both shielded and unshielded versions. Based on your requirements, you will receive the assembled cable with connectors at both ends or assembled at one end with the other cable end free.
|VARIOFACE system cable with IDC/FLK connector||VARIOFACE system cable with D-SUB connector|
|Conductor cross-section||0.14 mm²||0.25 mm²|
|Max. current per conductor||1 A||2 A|
|Cable type||PVC / halogen-free||PVC / halogen-free|
|Design||Shielded / unshielded||Shielded|
|Connectors||Free cable end at one end or assembled at both ends||Free cable end at one end or assembled at both ends|
With a user-friendly color and number coding system, the wires can be assigned directly. Clear assignment of units and tens with the simple color coding system allows clear marking. For example, brown always represents the digit “1” and yellow the digit “4”. So the wire with the brown-yellow marking is always wire number 14.