Molex recently released a series of weld-slagandoil-resistant (WSOR) cables designed for harsh environments. MolexWSOR cables are available in a full range of standard and custom termination types.
OFweek Industrial News: Molex recently released a series of weld-slagandoil-resistant (WSOR) cables designed for harsh environments. MolexWSOR cables are available in a full range of standard and custom termination types. A single cable solution for automotive, material handling and other industrial plant automation applications reduces inventory costs.
Rikcomini, director of business development at Molex Industrial Automation, said: “So far, equipment and line builders have limited options for selecting cables for demanding applications, each requiring different cables, which results in higher inventory costs and Less shelf space and confusion when distinguishing cables. WSOR cables increase productivity by providing the industry's broadest cross-section types for a wide range of applications from welding to cutting oil environments."
The WSOR cable is rated for a wide operating temperature range (static -40 to +90 ° C) and meets UL758/1581 and VDE 472-803/B specifications. WSOR cables are available for machine sensors, valves and network connections with 0.25, 0.34, 0.50 and 0.75 to 1.50 mm2 cross sections and can be terminated to a wide range of industry standard connectors including MolexBradM12Power, BradNano-ChangeM8, BradMini-Change, DIN, BradM23 And I/O modules for PROFINET and other Ethernet industrial networks. These very flexible cables feature a 5x outer diameter bend radius for static applications and a 7.5x outer diameter bend radius for dynamic and traction chain conditions. The cover is available in four colors.
Comini added: “Now, tool builders and line builders of automotive manufacturers, machining centers and conveyor system manufacturers have a rugged and versatile alternative to meet their most demanding cable requirements.”