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Cable Selection

TATSUTA provides cable design and proposals based on application and usage conditions at the customer. Please contact our sales staff for further information.

Cables for use in locations of high load and complex movement

The ideal cable for this type of usage is TATSUTA’s standard high-strength cable with vinyl insulation and a vinyl sheath. If there is a terminal which has been soldered, the superior heat resistance of cross-linked polyethylene makes it ideal for the insulator. TATSUTA is also able to design cable with various types of noise shielding.

Data from TATSUTA fatigue testing of same sized cables
Cable type No. of cycles
until breakage
Flex rate
comparison
Conductor Insulation Sheath
Electricity conducting annealed copper wire (competitor product) Heat resistant
vinyl
Heat and oil
resistant vinyl
Minimum 5 million cycles -
High-strength
copper alloy
Heat resistant
vinyl
Heat and oil
resistant vinyl
Minimum 20 million cycles approximately
4.5 times higher

*Test parameters are set independently by TATSUTA. Numerical values provided are reference values,
not warranty values.

Cables for use in locations of even higher load and
more complex movement

The ideal cable for this type of operating condition is TATSUTA’s high-strength cable with ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) insulation. By adding a polyurethane sheath, we are able to design a cable with superior flex durability. The use of polyurethane also improves low temperature resistance.

Data from TATSUTA fatigue testing of same sized cables
Cable type No. of cycles
until breakage
Flex rate comparison
Conductor Insulation Sheath
High-strength
copper alloy
Heat resistant
vinyl
Heat and oil
resistant vinyl
Minimum 20 million cycles
High-strength
copper alloy
ETFE Heat and oil
resistant vinyl
Minimum 50 million cycles approximately
2.5 times higher

*Test parameters are set independently by TATSUTA. Numerical values provided are reference values,
not warranty values.

Cable laying inside cableveyors

High-strength slip cable with a low friction sheath is available. Its superior abrasion resistance makes this cable ideal for wiring in narrow spaces such as cableveyors or inside pipes.

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Data from TATSUTA fatigue testing of same sized cables

Slide test Minimum 100 million cycles

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Can be used in areas where weld spatter occurs

Spatter resistant high-strength cable providing both weld spatter resistance and flame retardancy is available.

Product types
Type Conductor
material
Insulation Sheath
A High-strength copper alloy Heat resistant
vinyl
Spatter resistant, flame retardant vinyl
B Cross-linked polyethylene
C ETFE
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Spatter resistance validation test

Test results when test pieces are positioned 50cm from the source of welding or grinding sparks and exposed for 30 seconds.
(thickness of test sheet: 1 mm)

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