Connecting Cables for Thermocouples Extension Cables

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Connecting Cables for Thermocouples
Extension Cables, Compensating Cables, Insulated Thermocouple Wires
In most cases thermocouples are connected to
other processing instruments by connecting cables.
Connecting cables are divided into compensating
cables and extension cables. These can again be
divided into solid and stranded conductors.
Extension cables are connecting cables with conductors made of thermocouple material, i.e. of the
same material as the thermocouple itself. Extension
cables therefore are subject to the same accuracy
limits as the thermocouples. Extension cables are
marked with an „X“ behind the identification letter
for the thermocouple.
For example, „KX“ means that the cable is an extension cable / insulated thermocouple wire for the
thermocouple type K (NiCr-Ni).
Compensation cables are connecting cables with
conductors made of materials which only in a limited
temperature range have the same thermoelectric
properties as the thermocouple itself. Compensating
cables are marked with a „C“ behind the identification letter for the thermocouple.
For example, „KC“ means that the cable is a compensating cable for the thermocouple type K.
The insulation of the conductors as well as of the
sheaths can be made of a variety of materials. The
following criteria must be taken into consideration
when selecting the appropriate material: chemical
and mechanical resistance against the ambient
conditions, temperature range, insulation resistance,
flexibility, outside diameter, screening etc.
Apart from that there is a great number of cable
types available as compensating cables or extension
cables as well as those with more than two inner
conductors.
Many special designs are available upon request,
some of them on a short term basis.
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Special Advantages:
Connecting cables are available for
almost all kinds of thermocouples
Mechanical durability
A great variety of types for almost
any application
High flexibility
Chemical resistance
Special cables upon request
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Material, Colour Code, Permitted Deviation
Properties of the insulation material
PVC
Max. Temp. °C
Silicon
105
Inflammability
200
Chlorop.
Glass-Fibre
Teflon
Rubber E-glass
R-Glass FEP/PFA
80
400
600
210
self quenching
Water Absorption
not combustible
low
Abrasion Resistance
Flexibility
Teflon
PTFE
260
Kapton
Cerafi
Refrasil
320
1200
900
not inflammable
not combustible
no water absorption
good
low
very good
low
excellent
good
very good
good
Suitable for:
Water Vapor
good
limited
good
Mild Base
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Mild Acid
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Alcohol
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Gasoline
+
-
0
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Benzol
-
-
-
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Mineral Oil
+
-
0
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+ = resitant; 0 = limited resistance; - = not suitable
not suitable
very good
limited
not suitable
A = self-quenching; B = not combustible; C = not inflammable
Colour code for extension and compensating cables
Permitted deviation
Permitted deviation +/- ]*
Measuring range type T
Permitted deviation +/- ]*
Measuring range type J
Measuring range types K & N
Measuring range type E
Permitted deviation +/- ]*
Measuring range types S & R
Measuring range type B
IEC 584-1 Class 1
0,5 °C or 0,004 x (t) °C
-40 ... +350 °C
1,5 °C or 0,004 x (t) °C
-40 ... +750 °C
-40 ... +1000 °C
-40 ... +800 °C
1,0 °C or (1+(t-1100) x 0,003) °C
0 ... +1600 °C
----
IEC 584-1 Class 2
1,0 °C or 0,0075 x (t) °C
-40 ... +400 °C
2,5 °C or 0,0075 x (t) °C
-40 ... +750 °C
-40 ... +1200 °C
-40 ... +900 °C
1,5 °C or 0,0025 x (t) °C
0 ... 1600 °C
600 ... 1700 ]**
Colour code acc. to IEC 60 584-3
Type L acc. to DIN 43 710 ( Standard withdrawn)
Identification letter acc. to EN 60 584-1 ( DIN 43 710 )
Permitted deviation of extension and compensating cables
According to IEC 60 584-3
Thermocouple Type
Cakble Type
JX (LX)
TX
EX
KX
NX
KCA
KCB
NC
SCA/RCA
SCB/RCB
Permitted Deviation
Class 1
Class 2
± 85 —V (± 1,5 °C)
± 30 —V (± 0,5 °C)
± 120 —V (± 1,5 °C)
± 60 —V (± 1,5 °C)
± 60 —V (± 1,5 °C)
± 140 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 60 —V (± 1,0 °C)
± 140 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 100 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 100 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 100 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 100 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 100 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 30 —V (± 2,5 °C)
± 60 —V (± 5,0 °C)
Temperature Range
Measuring
Temperature
-25 to +200 °C
-25 to +100 °C
-25 to +200 °C
-25 to +200 °C
-25 to +200 °C
0 to +150 °C
0 to +100 °C
0 to +150 °C
0 to +100 °C
0 to +200 °C
500 °C
300 °C
500 °C
900 °C
900 °C
900 °C
900 °C
900 °C
1000 °C
1000 °C
Due to the non-linear correlation between thermoelectric voltage and temperature the data of the accuracy in °C (i.e. the values in brackets) refer to the measuring temperature shown in the last
column. In the measuring range 0°C to 100°C copper conductors are used as extension cables for the thermocouple type B ( Pt30%Rh - Pt6%Rh ).
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Ordering Code: Sheath/Wire - Internal Number - No. of Cond./TC-Type/Cable
Type - Cross Section or Diameter - Wire Type
For versions which are not shown on the following pages, please use the ordering code below. However,
we have to point out that not all theoretically possible combinations can be delivered. Please do not hesitate to contact us - we will be glad to help you find the optimum solution for your particular application.
Example:
You need a thermocouple cable type K, with two conductors and 0.22 mm2 cross section, conductors and
cable teflon-insulated, with screening braid, accuracy class 1 (EN 60 584).
Please indicate separately whether a screening braid is needed or not and the accuracy class (see page 2).
Example: T T - 465 - 2 K X - 0.22 L
Insulation Single Conductor
C
= Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G
= Glass fibre
K
= Kapton ( Polyimid )
P
= PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R
= Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S
= Silicon
T
= Teflon
Outer Sheath
C
= Cerafi ( Ceramic fibre )
G
= Glass fibre
K
= Kapton ( Polyimid )
P
= PVC ( Polyvinyl Chloride )
R
= Refrasil ( Quartz fibre )
S
= Silicon
T
= Teflon
Internal Number
Number of Conductors
Thermocouple Types
J, K, T, E, N, S, R, B acc. to EN 60 584 or
L
= Fe-CuNi ( DIN 43710, withdrawn)
AA
= W - W26%Re
AE
= W3%Re - W25%Re
AO
= W5%Re - W26%Re
Cable Type
C = Compensating Cable
X = Extension Cable
Cross section/diameter
Cross section in mm2 for stranded conductors
Diameter in mm for solid conductors
Wire Type
L = Stranded conductors
M = Solid conductors
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Insulated Thermocouple Cables and Wires
TT - 465 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded wire)
Conductor
Stranded Wire
Description
TT-465-2J-0.22L
TT-465-2J-0.22L
TT-465-2J-1.5L
TT-465-2K-0.22L
TT-465-2L-0.22L
TT-465-2L-0.5L
TT-465-2L-1.5L
Sheath
Screening
Conductor insulation
Cu, tin-plated
Teflon
Teflon
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Item Number
Fe-CuNi(DIN)
Fe-CuNi(ASA)
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
2-2202-00005
2-2202-00007
2-2302-00016
2-2200-00043
2-2201-00023
2-2201-00025
2-2301-00049
TT-465-2N-0,5L
TT-465-2T-0,22L
TT-465-4K-0,25L
TT-465-4L-0,25L
TT-465-6K-0,25L
TT-465-24K-,025L
NiCrSi-NiSi
Cu-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
2-2206-00004
2-2204-00007
2-2200-00063
2-2301-00051
2-2200-00025
2-2200-00026
PP - 520 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Description
PP-520-2J-0.22L
PP-520-2J-0.25L
PP-520-2K-0.25L
PP-520-2K-0.5M
PP-520-2K-1.0M
PP-520-2L-0.25L
PP-520-2L-0.5L
PP-520-2L-0.5M
PP-520-2L-1.0M
Sheath
Conductor insulation
PVC
PVC
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Fe-CuNi(DIN)
Fe-CuNi(ASA)
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
2-2302-00019
2-2302-00008
2-2200-00040
2-2200-00015
2-2200-00016
2-2301-00010
2-2201-00008
2-2201-00010
2-2201-00011
PP-520-2L-1.38M
PP-520-2L-1.5L
PP-520-2N-0.22L
PP-520-2T-0.5M
PP-520-2T-0.8M
PP-520-2T-1.0M
PP-520-4K-0.25L
PP-520-6L-1.5L
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCrSi-NiSi
Cu-CuNi
Cu-CuNi
Cu-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2301-00011
2-2301-00012
2-2206-00001
2-2204-00001
2-2204-00005
2-2204-00002
2-2200-00045
2-2301-00063
TT - 460 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Description
TT-460-12L-0.5L
TT-460-2J-0.22L
TT-460-2K-0.22L
TT-460-2K-0.2M
TT-460-2K-0.3M
TT-460-2K-0.5L
TT-460-2K-0.5M
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Teflon
Teflon
TC Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Item Number
2-2201-00022
2-2202-00007
2-2200-00067
2-2200-00042
2-2200-00066
2-2200-00021
2-2200-00022
4
Description
TC Type
TT-460-2L-0.25L
TT-460-2L-0.2M
TT-460-2L-0.5M
TT-460-2N-0.2LM
TT-460-2U-0.5M
TT-460-4K-0.22
TT-460-4L-0.75L
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCrSi-NiSi
Cu-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2301-00043
2-2201-00009
2-2301-00018
2-2206-00003
2-2203-00005
2-2200-00068
2-2301-00045
SS - 350 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Description
SS-350-2J-0.22L
SS-350-2J-1.5L
SS-350-2K-0.25L
SS-350-2K-0.5M
SS-350-2L-0.5M
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Silicon
TC Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Silicon
Description
Item Number
2-2302-00018
2-2302-00022
2-2200-00037
2-2200-00018
2-2201-00016
SS-350-2L-1.0M
SS-350-2L-0.25L
SS-350-2L-1.5L
SS-350-2U-0.5L
SS-350-4L-0.25L
TC Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Cu-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2201-00017
2-2301-00029
2-2301-00030
2-2203-00004
2-2301-00032
GG - 220 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Glass fibre
Description
TC Type
GG-220-2J-0.22L
GG-220-2J-0.2M
GG-220-2J-0.5M
GG-220-2J-0.1M
GG-220-2K-0.22L
GG-220-2K-0.2M
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Glass fibre
Item Number
2-2202-00006
2-2202-00009
2-2202-00003
2-2201-00003
2-2200-00060
2-2200-00005
Description
TC Type
GG-220-2K-0.5M
GG-220-2K-1.0M
GG-220-2L-0.1M
GG-220-2L-0.2M
GG-220-2L-0.5M
GG-220-2L-1.0M
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2200-00007
2-2200-00010
2-2201-00003
2-2201-00004
2-2201-00006
2-2201-00007
KK - 610 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Kapton
Description
TC Type
KK-610-2E-0.5M
KK-610-2J-0.8ML
KK-610-2K-0.2M
NiCr-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
NiCr-Ni
Sheath
Kapton
Item Number
2-2205-00001
2-2202-00002
2-2200-00012
Description
TC Type
KK-610-2K-0.32M
KK-610-2K-0.5M
KK-610-2L-0.25M
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2200-00055
2-2200-00013
2-2201-00031
GK - 270 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Glass fibre
Description
TC Type
GK-270-2J-0.22L
Fe-CuNi
Kapton
Item Number
2-2202-00008
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TG - 412 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Glass fibre with stainless-steel braid
Teflon
Description
TC Type
TG-412-2J-0.25L
TG-412-2L-0.25L
TG-412-2L-0.5L
TG-412-2L-0.75L
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2302-00020
2-2301-00038
2-2301-00067
2-2301-00077
Description
TC Type
TG-412-2L-1.0L
TG-412-4J-0.22L
TG-412-4L-0.25L
TG-412-4L-0.5L
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2301-00071
2-2302-00060
2-2301-00023
2-2201-00039
TP - 440 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Description
TP-440-2J-0.25L
TP-440-2L-0.25L
TP-440-2L-0.5L
Cu, tin-plated
Teflon
TC Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Sheath
Screening
PVC
Description
Item Number
2-2302-00006
2-2301-00040
2-2301-00058
TP-440-2T-0.25L
TP-440-4L-0.25L
TC Type
Cu-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2304-00006
2-2301-00055
SS - 354 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Description
SS-354-2J-0,25L
SS-354-2L-0,25L
Silicon
TE - Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Sheath
Screening
Silicon
Cu, tin-plated
Description
Item Number
2-2302-00004
2-2301-00035
SS-354-4L-0,25L
SS-354-4L-1,5L
TE - Type
Fe-CuNi
Fe-CuNi
Item Number
2-2301-00036
2-2301-00054
CC - 630 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Cerafi
Description
TC Type
CC-630-2K-0.8M
NiCr-Ni
Cerafi
Item Number
2-2200-00065
6
Description
TC Type
CC-630-2K-1.0M
NiCr-Ni
Item Number
2-2200-00038
Compensating Cables
PP - 520 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
PVC
Description
TC Type
PP-520-2KC-0.22L NiCr-Ni(EN)
PP-520-2KC-0.22L NiCr-Ni(DIN)
PP-520-2KC-0.75L
NiCr-Ni
PP-520-2KC-1.5L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
PP-520-4KC-0.22L
EN=Colour acc. to EN 60 584
PVC
Description
TC Type
PP-520-2NC-0.25L NiCrSi-NiSi
PP-520-2NC-0.5L
NiCrSi-NiSi
PP-520-2SC-0.25L Pt10%Rh-Pt
PP-520-2SC-1.5L
Pt10%Rh-Pt
PP-520-2RC-1.5L
Pt13%Rh-Pt
Item Number
2-2300-00172
2-2300-00007
2-2300-00009
2-2300-00011
2-2300-00173
Item Number
2-2314-00001
2-2314-00002
2-2305-00004
2-2305-00005
2-2307-00001
DIN=Colour acc. to DIN 43 714
PP - 526- Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Sheath
Screening
Cu, tin-plated
PVC
Description
TC Type
Item Number
PP-526-2KC-0.25L
PP-526-2KC-0.75L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
2-2300-00135
2-2300-00177
PVC
Description
PP-526-2KC-1.0L
PP-526-2KC-1.5L
TC Type
Item Number
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
2-2300-00115
2-2300-00097
SS - 350 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Sheath
Conductor insulation
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Silicon
Description
TC Type
SS-350-2KC-0.22L NiCr-Ni(EN)
SS-350-2KC-0.25L NiCr-Ni(DIN)
NiCr-Ni
SS-350-2KC-0.5L
EN=Colour acc. to EN 60 584
Silicon
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Item Number
2-2300-00160
2-2300-00029
2-2300-00126
SS-350-2KC-1.5L
SS-350-2SC-0.25L
SS-350-2SC-1.5L
NiCr-Ni
Pt10%Rh-Pt
Pt10%Rh-Pt
2-2300-00031
2-2305-00028
2-2305-00014
DIN=Colour acc. to DIN 43 714
SS - 354 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.) or M (solid cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Silicon
Sheath
Screening
Cu, tin-plated
Silicon
Description
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
SS-354-2KC-0.25L
SS-354-2KC-1.5L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
2-2300-00035
2-2300-00129
SS-350-4KC-0.25L
SS-350-4KC-1.5L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
7
Item Number
2-2300-00036
2-2300-00175
TT - 465 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Cu, tin-plated
Teflon
Description
TT-465-2KC-0.25L
TT-465-2KC-1.5L
TT-465-2KC-0.5L
TT-465-4KC-0.25L
TC Type
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Sheath
Screening
Teflon
Description
Item Number
2-2300-00056
2-2300-00118
2-2300-00063
2-2300-00058
TC Type
TT-465-2NC-0.25L NiCrSi-NiSi
TT-465-2SC-0.25L Pt10%Rh-Pt
TT-465-4SC-0.5L
Pt10%Rh-Pt
Item Number
2-2314-00003
2-2305-00016
2-2305-00027
TT - 460 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.)
Conductor
Conductor Insulation
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Teflon
Description
TC Type
TT-460-2KC-0.25L
TT-460-2KC-0.5L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Teflon
Item Number
2-2300-00048
2-2300-00049
Description
TC Type
TT-460-2KC-0.75L
TT-460-4KC-0.75L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Item Number
2-2300-00086
2-2300-00050
TP - 440 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
Description
Cu, tin-plated
Teflon
TC Type
TP-440-2KC-0.25L NiCr-Ni(EN)
TP-440-2KC-0.25L NiCr-Ni(DIN)
TP-440-2KC-0.5L
NiCr-Ni
EN=Colour acc. to EN 60 584
Sheath
Screening
Item Number
2-23
22300
23
00-0
00
-000
-0
0044
00
44
2-2300-00044
2-2300-00174
2-23
22300
23
00-0
00
-001
-0
0174
01
74
2-2300-00046
PVC
Description
TC Type
TP-440-4KC-0.25L
TP-440-2SC-0.25L
TP-440-2RC-0.25L
NiCr-Ni
Pt10%Rh-Pt
Pt10%Rh-Pt
Item Number
2-2300-00047
2-2305-00015
2-2307-00002
DIN=Colour acc. to DIN 43 714
GG - 220 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.)
Conductor
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Conductor insulation
Sheath
Glass fibre
Glass fibre
Description
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Item Number
GG-220-2KC-1.0L
NiCr-Ni
2-2300-00122
GG-220-2KC-1.5L
NiCr-Ni
2-2300-00088
8
TG - 412- Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded cond.)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Teflon
Description
TG-412-2KC-0.22L
TG-412-2KC-0.5L
TG-412-2KC-0.75L
TG-412-2KC-1.5L
TC Type
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
Glass fibre, stainless-steel outer braid
Description
TC Type
NiCr-Ni
TG-412-4KC-0.25L
TG-412-4KC-0.5L
NiCr-Ni
NiCr-Ni
TG-412-4KC-1.5L
TG-412-2SC-0.25L Pt10%Rh-Pt
Item Number
2-2300-00040
2-2300-00102
2-2300-00041
2-2300-00042
Item Number
2-2300-00043
2-2300-00140
2-2300-00066
2-2305-00029
Compensating Cables for High-Temperature Thermocouples
Due to the extreme brittleness of the thermocouple conductors, no extension cables are available for the
high-temperature thermocouples made from tungsten/rhenium alloys. Compensating cables are therefore
always used. For these special cables no standards regarding the permissible deviations are available. The
cables offered by us have a permissible deviation of +/- 50 —V (this corresponds to +/- 3.5 K at a measuring temperature of 2000°C) at an ambient temperature between 0 and 100°C.
Our company has determined the following colour code:
Colour plus pole
GG - 220 : black
PP - 526 : yellow
TC ident letter:
Colour minus pole
Colour sheath
Color ident line
GG - 220 : white
PP - 526 : white
GG - 220 : white
PP - 526 : white
GG - 220 : black
PP - 526 : yellow
AO = W 3 % Re - W 25 % Re
AE = W 5 % Re - W 26 % Re
GG - 220 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded conductor)
Conductor
Sheath
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
M = Solid
Glass fibre
Glass fibre
Description
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Item Number
GG-220-2AOC-0.5M
W3%Re
-W25%Re
2-2310-00001
GG-220-2AEC-0.5M
W5%Re W26%Re
2-2308-00001
PP - 526 - Number of conductors / TC ident letter - Cross section / L (stranded conductor)
Conductor
Conductor insulation
L = Stranded
PVC
Sheath
Screening
Cu, tin-plated
PVC
Description
TC Type
Item Number
Description
TC Type
Item Number
PP-526-2AOC-0.5M
W3%Re
-W25%Re
2-2310-00002
PP-526-2AEC-0.22L
W5%Re W26%Re
2-2308-00003
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Guidelines for use
PVC-insulated compensating and extension cables
Teflon-insulated compensating and
extension cables
Cables with a PVC-insulation can be used in dry,
moist and also wet rooms. They are suited for an
average mechanical strain and can be laid firmly
or flexibly. In the case of flexible laying tensile stress
must be avoided. PVC-insulated cables can be run
forcibly. A recurrent bending stress, however, should
be avoided. When used outdoors, cables with a
PVC-insulation must be UV-protected. Furthermore
they must be used only within the indicated temperature range.
Cables with a Teflon insulation are suited for dry,
moist and wet rooms and high mechanical strain at
high ambient temperatures. Teflon-insulated cables
can be laid outdoors without any problems. They
can be laid firmly or flexibly. In the case of flexible
laying tensile stress must be avoided. Teflon insulated cables have the following properties::
*- flameproof
Temperature range: laid firmly -40 ... + 105 °C
laid flexibly + 5 ... + 70 °C
Burning properties: flame - inhibiting and
self - extinguishing
It is recommended to obey the following minimum
bending radius:
Flexible laying: 12 x outside diameter
Firm laying:
4 x outside diameter
*- extremely low dielectric losses
*- high insulation resistance > 2 TOhm x cm
*- high abrasion resistance
*- water absorption < 0.01 %
*- resistant to all ambient conditions
*- resistant to acids and bases, solvents,
fuels, mineral oils, synthetic liquids etc.
*- high elasticity and tensile strength
*- resistant to soldering temperatures
The tin-plated copper screening braid of the cable
TT-465 gives it an excellent electromagnetic immunity.
Cables without screening resp. with electroplated
screening foil and additional wire are available
upon request.
Silicon-insulated compensating and
extension cables
Silicon-insulated cables are used when high ambient temperatures or the effects of high temperature
differences make the cable insulation brittle and
fragile after a short time. They are suited for dry,
moist and wet rooms and a low mechanical strain.
Silicon insulated cables can be laid firmly or flexibly.
In the case of flexible laying tensile stress must be
avoided. Silicon-insulated cables are highly flexible
and resistant to numerous low concentrated acids
and bases. The resistance against fuels and mineral
oils, however, is low. Silicon-insulated cables are
halogen-free according to IEC 754-1.
Temperature range: laid firmly -50 ... + 200 °C
laid flexibly -25 ... + 180 °C
short-term
+ 250 °C
Burning properties: flame-inhibiting and
self-extinguishing, no
corrosive gases
Min. bending radius: 12 x outside diameter
FEP insulation (fluorethylene-propylene)
Temperature range: laid firmly -100 ... +205 °C
laid flexible -100 ... +205 °C
PFA (polyfluorethylene-acetate) and PTFE
(polytetra-fluorethylene) insulation
Temperature range: laid firmly -190 ... +260 °C
laid flexible -100 ... +260 °C
Burning properties: flame-inhibiting and
self-extinguishing
It is recommended to obey the following minimum
bending radius:
Flexible laying: 10 x outside diameter
Firm laying:
4 x outside diameter
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Compensating and extension cables
insulated with glass fibres
Kapton-insulated compensating and
extension cables
Glass fibre-insulated cables are suited for high
temperatures in a dry environment. They can be
laid firmly or flexibly. If the temperature exceeds
180 °C, cables should be laid firmly as a rule and
flexibly as an exception. In the case of flexible laying
tensile stress must be avoided. Glass silk-insulated
cables are not suited for permanent bending and
kinks must be avoided during installation.
Kapton, a kind of polyimide material, has very similar chemical properties like Teflon. Unlike Teflon,
Kapton can be processed to very thin foils of very
high tensile strength. It has almost no fluidity, but
a high elasticity.
Kapton can practically not be glued to other materials.
Like glass fibre-insulated cables Kapton-insulated
cables are mainly used for high temperatures in a
dry environment. They have excellent electrical and
mechanical properties. Cables should be laid firmly
as a standard and flexibly as an exception. Tensile
stress cannot be tolerated. They are not suited for
permanent bending and kinks must be avoided
during installation.
Temperature range: laid firmly -25...+400 °C
laid flexibly -25...+180 °C
short-term up to +600 °C
Burning properties: flameproof, no corrosive
gases
It is recommended to obey the following minimum
bending radius (temperature < 180 °C):
Flexible laying: 10 x outside diameter
Firm laying:
4 x outside diameter
After a temperature load exceeding 200 °C, the
cable should not be bent any more.
Temperature range: laid firmly -40... +320 °C
laid flexibly -25... +220 °C
short-term up to +380 °C
Compensating and extension cables
insulated with mineral fibres
It is recommended to obey the following minimum
bending radii:
Flexible laying: 10 x outside diameter
Firm laying:
6 x outside diameter
Burning properties: flameproof, no corrosive
gases
Application conditions and recommendations for
use are the same as for glass silk-insulated cables.
Thermocouple and extension cables insulated with
mineral fibres, however, are suited for considerable
higher temperatures:
REFRASIL up to 900 °C
CERAFI
Kapton-and glass fibre-insulated cables
Each conductor is glass fibre-insulated while the
cable as a whole is surrounded by a Kapton film. The
positive properties of both materials are combined
to an optimum. Application conditions as well as
recommendations for use can be taken from the
descriptions for each material.
The most important advantage is that the cable
can be bent to a certain degree at temperatures
above 180 °C without damage to the glass fibre
insulation.
up to 1200 °C
Burning properties: flameproof, no corrosive gases
It is recommended to obey the following minimum
bending radius (temperature < 180 °C):
Flexible laying: 10 x outside diameter
Firm laying:
4 x outside diameter
After a temperature load exceeding 200 °C, the
cable should not be bent any more.
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Technical Data:
TT-460/465: Extension /compensating cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in Teflon
Copper mesh braid, tin-plated (TT-465 only)
Max. usage temperature 220 °C
GG-220: Insulated TC cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in glass fibre
Max. usage temperature 400 °C
No. of cond.
2x0.22
x Cross section
TP - 440: Extension /compensating cable
Conductor insulation Teflon, sheath PVC
Max. usage temperature 85 °C
No. of cond.
2x0,25
x Cross section
SS-350/354: Extension /compensating cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in Silicon
Screening (SS-354only)
Max. usage temperature 180 °C
KK-610: Insulated TC cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in Kapton
Max. usage temperature 240 °C
No. of cond.
x Cross section 2x0,22
GK-270: Extension cable
Conductor insulation in glass fibre, sheath in
Kapton
Max. usage temperature 240 °C
No. of cond.
2x0,22
x Cross section
PP-520/526: Extension cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in PVC
Screening (PP 526 only)
Max. usage temperature 85 °C
No. of cond.
x Cross section 2x0,22
TG-412: Extension /compensating cable
Conductor insulation in Teflon, sheath in glass
fibre, outside stainless-steel braiding
Max. usage temperature 220 °C
No. of cond.
x Cross section 2x0,25
CC-630: Insulated TC cable
Conductor insulation and sheath in Cerafi,
a ceramic high-temperature fibre,
Max. usage temperature 1200 °C
No. of cond.
2x0,8M 2x1,0M
x Cross section
Outsidediameter
3.2
No. of cond.
x Cross section 2x0,22
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
2x0.25
2x0.5
2x1.5
4x0.25
3.4
4.4
5.6
4.6
2x1,0
2x1,5
2x0,1M 2x0,5M
1,4x2,6 3,1x4,7 4,6x6,8 0,6x0,9 1,2x1,8
3,6
4,5
2x0,5
4x0,25
5,2
3,9
2x0,25
2x0,5
4,8
5,2
2x0,5M 4x0,25
5,0
5,4
No. of cond.
2x0,2M 2x0,25M 2x0,32M 2x0,5M 2x0,8M
x Cross section
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
Outsidediameter
0,8x1,0 0,9x1,1 1,4x1,6 1,6x2,0 2,1x2,5
2x0,25
1,1x2,2 1,4x2,6
3,2
3,6
3,8
2x0,25
2x0,5
2x1,5
4x0,25
3,5
4,9
5,6
4,0
2x0,5
2x0,75
2x1,0
4x0,25
4,2
4,6
4,9
3,6
4,2
All data given in this table are typical but do not constitute binding and/or guaranteed characteristics. Any data needs to be verified in detail by the customer in relation to any specific
application. We reserve the right to change any specification without prior notice
in line with our policy of continuous technical improvement.
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