Reduce your costs with MOTIONLINE® ASI cables!
Nexans will present its MOTIONLINE® ASI cable solution with larger conductor cross-section at this year's Inter Airport Europe trade fair in Munich (11-14 October 2011, hall B6, booth 350)
Hanover/Nuremberg, September 30, 2011 – For many years, Nexans has offered special profile flat cables in the dimension 2x1.5 mm² for actuator-sensor interfaces (ASI). ASI Future, the new generation, allows for cable cross-sections of 2.5 mm² the same outer dimensions. Conventional ASI modules, which were originally envisaged for 1.5 mm² cables, can thus continue to be used. It is also suitable for use in drag chains ("PUR" version). Longer sections, such as in baggage carousels, can thus now be connected up in a more cost-efficient manner with increased performance.
The use of the backward-compatible cable significantly reduces the number of power packs and the associated fuse protection required for bridging longer sections. In addition to reducing the complexity of the system, this means shorter installation times and greater clarity regarding the cabling layout for you. ASI Future is also easy to install thanks to its halogen-free, soft rubber sheath. It is offered in the robust design variants PUR and TPE, which excel due to their high oil resistance, abrasion resistance and flame resistance (TPE up to 105 °C).
Nexans Germany is one of the leading cable manufacturers in Europe. The company is offering an extensive range of high performance cables, systems, and components for the telecommunications and energy sectors, rounded off by superconducting materials and components, Cryoflex transfer systems and special machinery for the cable industry. Producing at manufacturing plants with 7.260 employees in Germany and abroad, the sales in 2010 amounts to approx. 810 Mio Euro. The full integration into the Nexans Group Nexans Germany also benefits from excellent opportunities to use the available synergies in all corporate fields, which not only applies to worldwide projects but also to research and development, the exchange of know how, and to other areas. More information on