Our customers’ individual requirements are our inspiration for continuous innovation. Hradil has been developing special cables for specific customer requirements for over 30 years.
Hradil Spezialkabel, the German cable-engineering company presents a hybrid a cable which transmits images and data in real time, supplies power for applications in marine atmospheres and is compliant with ATEX and EX requirements. While standard Ethernet cables have a maximum length of 100 meters, Hradil’s Hybrid Multi-Ethernet cable can reach lengths of up to 250 meters. The Hradil cable excels at extreme temperatures, from arctic -60 °C to tropical + 80 °C, is mud and flame-resistant, halogen-free resistant and also resistant against oil, UV-radiation and ozone. Hradil’s Hybrid Multi-Ethernet Cable has the required UL or cUL certifications for applications in the North-American markets.
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