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As compared to other motion and servo Cables the EZFlexxtrade concept allows for easy stripping and a significant decrease in cable prep time Image courtesy of Cicoil

As compared to other motion and servo Cables, the EZ-Flexx™ concept allows for easy stripping and a significant decrease in cable prep time. (Image courtesy of Cicoil).

Low-Profile Hybrid Cable Incorporates Power and Signal Wires

Cicoil recently announced the EZ-Flexx Motion Series PLUS Cable, which incorporates both power and signal wires, all in a single flat cable package. The hybrid design provides EMI/RFI suppression when continuously flexed or routed through tight spaces. Cicoil's unique extrusion process allow 6 power conductors and 20 signal wires to be placed in a condensed, flat profile, precisely controlling the spacing of each component and overall cable shape.

As compared to other motion and servo Cables, the EZ-Flexx™ concept allows for easy stripping and a significant decrease in cable prep time. The "Crystal Clear" design is also compatible with standard hand held manual and automated stripping and crimping equipment.

The EZ-Flexx™ Motion Series Plus cable is available in a single axis design that can be placed side-by-side for maximum flexibility.In addition, the EZ-Flexx profile allows individual cables to be grouped into space saving stacked positions for 1, 2 or 3 axes of Servo Motion. Through the use of Cicoil's On-Line Flat Cable Configurator, multiple EZ-Flexx™ Motion Series Plus cables can be incorporated into one single profile and inner components can also be rearranged for more of a symmetric cable layout.

Standard "Off-the-Shelf" EZ-Flexx™ Motion Series Plus Cables are available for immediate delivery and cable assemblies, complete with connectors are offered in 3 foot, 6 foot and 12 foot lengths.  In addition, Cicoil offers low-friction coatings, custom shape and torsion designs by request. 

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