Allen Bradley® prefabricated servo elements by LÜTZE

Allen Bradley® prefabricated servo elements by LÜTZE
Friedrich Lütze GmbH (Germany) - LÜTZE now offers prefabricated cables for Rockwell® Allen-Bradley® systems.

The LÜTZE prefabricated cables for Rockwell® Automation systems are compatible to the Allen-Bradley® standard 2090. The prefabricated LÜTZE servomotor and feedback cables are ideally suited for industrial environments for use in drives, motors and encoders from Rockwell® Allen-Bradley®. The LÜTZE cables are specially designed for use in C-tracks and meet the highest of standards. As part of our service, LÜTZE supplies customised lengths in 0.5 m steps for orders of just 1 assembly.

LÜTZE prefabricated cables for Rockwell® Allen-Bradley® systems:
The LÜTZE prefabricated cables are also suitable for Allen-Bradley drive systems from the Kinetix and Ultra series, matching e.g. the Mp and VP motor series and the corresponding encoders.

High quality of LÜTZE prefabrications for Rockwell Allen-Bradley® systems:
The high protection class IP 66/67 is satisfied by the LÜTZE SAFECON circular connector system. The connectors are resistant to outside influences, such as humidity and dust. They are specifically designed for use in harsh industrial environments and thus resistant to acids, alkaline solutions, alcohols, mineral oils, fuels and greases.

Every LÜTZE SAFECON circular connector is also equipped with an integrated kink-protection system so that the cables are easier to move in mobile applications. A metal casing on the inside ensures 360° EMC shielding. A further benefit: accidental or even manipulative opening of the connector housing is ruled out. Safe connection is therefore ensured.

The world of LÜTZE prefabricated cables:
The LÜTZE prefabricated cable program is not only compatible for Allen-Bradley® systems but also a large number of prefabricated servo elements. For instance, for SIEMENS®, BOSCH REXROTH®, LENZE® and SEW®. Customised solutions available on request.

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