OKI launches Ultrafine diameter cable for industrial robots



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OKI Electrical Cable, a subsidiary of Japan’s OKI Group, launched its Ultrafine diameter robotic cable, ORP-30F, and Ultrafine diameter cable, OFV-30F. The cables supply fineness for wiring in confined areas inside industrial robots and machine instruments.
The ORP-30F cable is designed to be used within the shifting components of business robots and machine instruments. It incorporates a particular elastomer insulation materials developed by OKI Electrical Cable to impart each toughness and sliding traits, realizing the excessive sturdiness required of movable wire to accommodate machine actions, together with bending, sliding and twisting.
“In recent times, increasingly manufacturing services have launched industrial robots and machine instruments in pursuit of labor and energy financial savings, and demand has additionally grown for downsizing such equipment,” stated Hideo Yamaguchi, president of OKI Electrical Cable. “In response, OKI Electrical Cable has developed two varieties of ultrafine diameter cables. These cables supply as much as roughly 30% smaller diameter than current merchandise to be used with gear with voltage scores as much as 30V.”

Designed to be used with fastened equipment parts, the OFV-30F Cable incorporates cross-linked PVC (polyvinyl chloride) for warmth resistance. Each cables incorporate newly developed manufacturing applied sciences to type the thin-walled insulation materials and optimize the cable construction.
The ORP-30F cable is obtainable with a minimal exterior diameter of two.1 mm, and the OFV-30F Cable is obtainable with a minimal exterior diameter of two.7 mm. OKI Electrical Cable stated this permits wiring in confined areas, and contributes to equipment downsizing. As well as, enhanced oil resistance of the PVC sheathing permits deployment in harsh environments, together with these during which cables are uncovered to reducing fluid, a substance that usually degrades exterior sheathing.