LUTZE Silflex Servo Motor Cable from AutomationDirect


March 3, 2021

AutomationDirect has added LUTZE Silflex Servo Motor Cable to their wide variety of cables and cable products. 

LUTZE is a top-rated and trusted partner in industrial cable and connectivity products for industrial automation. Their rugged, industrial cables are ideal for harsh environments.

LUTZE Silflex servo motor cable is designed for servo drive and motor combinations. Silflex is rated Tray Cable – Exposed Run (TC-ER), meaning that it can be used with or without conduit, making the installations more cost-effective by reducing labor and materials costs. The TPE jacket is oil and sunlight resistant and suitable for dry, damp, wet, and direct burial locations.

LUTZE servo motor cable has four conductors and an additional shielded signal pair for feedback or brake control.  Carrying multiple approvals and ratings, LUTZE Silflex cable can be used for most stationary servo motor applications.

LUTZE cable comes in various wire sizes and can be ordered in the customer’s required lengths, in 1-foot increments with a 10ft minimum.

LUTZE servo cable starts at $2.59 per foot and is made in the USA.

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