AutomationDirect offers Cut-to-Length VFD Cables
VFD cables from AutomationDirect are now available in customer specified lengths in one-foot increments. VFD cable is used to organize and protect the input and motor power wiring for variable frequency drives. It is specially designed using grounding, shielding & insulation to reduce VFD-related interference (EMI) on nearby equipment.
AutomationDirect VFD cables utilize cross-linked Polyethylene (XLPE) conductor insulation with Class K, flexible stranded tinned annealed copper conductors. XLPE insulation can withstand voltages as much as 3x higher than standard PVC/nylon insulation for VFD cables. VFD cable is available with 4-conductors (including ground) in 16 AWG to 2 AWG sizes, and is 1000V rated for use with 460-volt drives.
VFD cable starts at $1.99 / ft. and is available in cut-to-length one-foot increments with minimum 10 to 20-foot lengths depending on wire size. Cut-to-length cable eliminates waste and lowers cost (only as much cable as required is purchased). There are no cut charges and no shipping charges (on orders over $49). Cable is cut to length at AutomationDirect’s own UL Certified respooling facility and is available for same day shipping if ordered by 6:00pm ET. Order your VFD cables today!
Learn more by visiting: www.automationdirect.com/vfd-cable
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In business since 1994, AutomationDirect is a distributor offering thousands of industrial automation products for electrical control systems, including PLCs, operator interfaces, AC drives, motors, stepper systems, sensors, motor controls, enclosures and more. Their prices are typically well below the list price of more traditional automation companies because of their business model and focus on efficiency and the majority of their products are stocked for same-day shipping. Plus, get free two-day delivery on orders over $49; some limitations apply. For more information, contact them at 1-800-633-0405 or visit www.automationdirect.com.
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