White Papers and FAQs
VFD Cables Stand Up to Pulse Width Modulation Hazards and Harsh Conditions
VFD systems produce reflected waves, corona discharge, common mode current and electrical noise that overburden ordinary cables.
Durable, Flexible Ethernet Cables Create Intelligent Automation Systems That Optimize Production
SAB North America’s CATLine is a full range of Category cables that covers a broad range of industrial applications, movement types and corresponding Category data rates while providing designers with a host of protection options.
FAQ: Ethernet Cables for Industrial Applications
For many non-industrial users, Ethernet is still synonymous with static cables built into building infrastructure to connect computers to a local area network (LAN) or perform other data transfer tasks. However, Ethernet cables are becoming an integral part of industrial machinery.
FAQs: VFD Cables
Specifying the correct cable is an integral part of ensuring VFD drive performance. We have answered frequently asked questions associated with VFD installations as well suggestions for proper cable selection.
FAQ: Grounding VFD Cable
One of the most common questions we are asked is, what is the best way to ground VFD cables?
FAQs: Medical Cables
With expertise in both standard and specialty cable types, SAB can answer cabling questions that pertain to your unique medical device design.
When you need to detect a temperature in your system, not only must you weigh various tradeoffs between temperature sensors, you must also be sure you have the right cable for data handling and to ensure accurate measurements.
FAQs: Properly selecting and installing continuous flex cable.
Not all flexible cables are right for continuous flex applications.