cables engineered for flexibility and performance
Similar to instrumentation cables, control cables transmit electrical signals or power to control devices in an industrial or commercial setting. While they are both designed to be durable, flexible, and resistant to various environmental factors such as temperature, moisture, and mechanical stress, control cables are typically used to transmit low-level signals, such as those used for control and monitoring purposes, while instrumentation cables are used to transmit higher-level signals, such as those used for power transmission. Marmon IEI’s control cables are smaller in size which allows for great capacity and improved airflow for process controls. They are perfect for monitoring and control functions, such as in temperature sensors, pressure gauges, and flow meters. Just like instrumentation cables, Marmon IEI’s control cables can be made from a variety of materials, including copper, aluminum, and fiber optic strands, depending on the specific requirements of the application. We can also provide shielded or unshielded options to protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI).