Power cables for PHOTOLUX series illuminators

Cables for PVC lights (fixed installation)

Series of M8 3-pole PVC cables for fixed installation.

Also suitable for applications where the cable movements are of low intensity, with very large bending radii and in the absence of mechanical stress.

To be combined with the family of LED illuminators: DL1 - DL1L - DL2 - DL3 - DL3M - DC2 - DC3- BL1 - BL2 - RDL1.

On one side of the cable there is a 8-pole M3 female connector with a die-cast body and fitted with a threaded ring nut (anti-disconnection function). On the other hand, the cable is supplied without a connector for wiring directly to the power supply terminal board

Features:

Black Colour

Section 3 x 0,25 mm2

Maximum capacity 3 A - 24 VDC

PVC cable insulation

PVC conductor insulation (brown, blue, black)

External diameter approx.4,4 mm

Fixed range temperature range -30 / + 70 ° C

Very simple coating stripping

Good resistance to chemicals

Not resistant to oil and lubricants

Limited abrasion resistance

Not suitable for drag chain applications.

PUR lighting cables (mobile laying)

Series of M8 3-pole PUR cables for fixed and mobile installation also in energy chains.

To be combined with the family of LED illuminators: DL1 - DL1L - DL2 - DL3 - DL3M - DC2 - DC3- BL1 - BL2 - RDL1.

Suitable for applications with high handling cycles even in the presence of oils and lubricants.

On one side of the cable there is a 8-pole M3 female connector with a die-cast body and fitted with a threaded ring nut (anti-disconnection function). On the other hand, the cable is supplied without a connector for wiring directly to the power supply terminal board

Features:

Black Colour

Section 3 x 0,25 mm2

Maximum capacity 3 A - 24 VDC

PUR cable insulation

Core insulation PUR (brown, blue, black)

External diameter approx.4,4 mm

Fixed range temperature range -30 / + 70 ° C

Very simple coating stripping

Good resistance to chemicals

Resistant to oil and lubricants

Strong abrasion resistance

Suitable for applications in energy chains.