High-flex unshielded silicone cable for harsh military environments introduced by Cicoil Corp.

VALENCIA, Calif., 18 Sept. 2011. Cicoil Corp. in Valencia, Calif., is introducing high-flex unshielded silicone cables for military electronics applications in harsh operating environments. Cicoil's silicone extruded cable operates in temperatures from -65 to 260 degrees Celsius, as well as in vibration, flames, water, UV light, ozone, radiation and most chemicals. Cicoil's clear silicone encapsulation is tear-resistant, needs no external armor or conduit for protection, and will not deform or wear over more than 10 million cycles, even under tight bending radius and high speed flexing conditions, Cicoil officials say.

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VALENCIA, Calif., 18 Sept. 2011. Cicoil Corp. in Valencia, Calif., is introducing high-flex unshielded silicone cables for military electronics applications in harsh operating environments. Cicoil's silicone extruded cable operates in temperatures from -65 to 260 degrees Celsius, as well as in vibration, flames, water, UV light, ozone, radiation and most chemicals.Cicoil's clear silicone encapsulation on the company's rugged cables is tear-resistant, needs no external armor or conduit for protection, and will not deform or wear over more than 10 million cycles, even under tight bending radius and high speed flexing conditions, Cicoil officials say. The cables are alternatives to round and stiff PTFE-, Polyurethane-, and PVC-jacketed flat cables.Cicoil's UL RoHS wire exceeds the NASA 1124 outgassing specifications for space use and vacuum requirements. The cable also is rated for Class 1 cleanroom use.

For more information contact Cicoil online at www.cicoil.com.

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