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New Website Connects Users with Right Cables

A new website published by igus for SPS IPC Drives,, provides information on current trends in drive technology and gives a comprehensive overview of the diverse cable section. The portfolio includes more than 1,350 cables.

"The motion cable specialist has been developing cables specifically for use in energy chains for more than 30 years, and testing them in the largest laboratory for moving applications in the industry," said a company spokesperson. "With more than two billion test cycles and nearly 1.4 million electrical tests per year, igus is an established manufacturer of moving cables in energy chains."

Customers have a wide range of choices, from cables sold by the meter to the harnessed, ready-to-connect drive cable with connector up to the special cable in the desired length.

The Drive website offers users a comprehensive overview of the drive technology. In addition, the user has the option to order free samples or directly order the appropriate cable from the shop.

Upon request, igus offers all cables from one source as a "readycable" tested and with a connector. The online readycable finder is designed to select the right drive cable from more than 4,200 types, according to 24 manufacturer standards, which can then be ordered from stock via the online shop.

All cables are tested in the 2,750 sq. meter igus test laboratory. The data from the test laboratory also includes the service life calculator, which gives reliable information about the durability in the respective application.

For more information contact:

igus, Inc.

P.O. Box 14349

East Providence, RI 02914


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