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More Murrelektronik A-Coded Sensor and Signal Connection Cables from AutomationDirect

May 15, 2023

More Murrelektronik A-Coded Sensor and Signal Connection Cables from AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect’s newest addition of A-coded sensor and signal connection cables from Murrelektronik provides easy and reliable connections between panels and field devices. These cables offer several configurations including axial or right-angle female M8 or M12 screw-lock connector to pigtail, axial male to axial female with M8 or M12 screw-lock connectors, and right-angle male to right-angle female with M8 or M12 screw-lock connectors.

These sensor and signal connection cables have a PUR/PP jacket ideal for applications with oil and/or sunlight exposure and are also great for repetitive flexing applications like robotics.

The new Murrelektronik A-coded sensor and signal connection cables are available in various colors, lengths, and pole configurations and start at $10.00.

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