cable carrier design guidelines

Special Report

Three ways that cabling and connectors drive automation system uptime and performance

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As productivity-focused motion control systems turn up the dial on acceleration, and as machine builders develop increasingly modular system designs, the manner in which cables are specified is evolving.

In addition to the usual checklist of selection criteria –such as bend radius, the speed, flex life and operating environment – you’ll increasingly have to evaluate cabling and connectors for their ability to reduce planned and unplanned downtime while extending the life of the asset.

This special report reviews three elements of effective specification of your physical infrastructure: VFD cabling, servo motor cabling, and cabling connectors. By understanding how each of these often-overlooked elements contributes to asset performance and operation, you can help increase asset reliability and reduce total cost of ownership.