Wednesday, June 10, 2015


TURCK offers a complete line of molded Industrial Ethernet cordsets to facilitate network installation, resulting in faster start-up and fewer wiring errors. These robust cables are available with standard or solid-core conductors, and with or without shielding. Most TURCK Ethernet equipment uses the 4 or 8-pin (M12) eurofast connector specifications. These connectors provide a tough, rugged seal and IP67-rated. TURCK prvides RJ45 cordsets, as well as a variety of devices made to convert between RJ45 and eurofast connectors. TURCK cordsets for the Ethernet system are available in standard lengths, in addition to custom lengths through the company's sales representatives.

TURCK Ethernet Cables

  • TURCK Ethernet standard cables meet CAT5e channel requirements to 90 meter length (see types 440, 441,840, 841)
  • TURCK Ethernet cables are PoE (Power over Ethernet) compliant, per IEE 802.3 af, to 80 meters, when installed per recommendations in TIA TSB-184 (see types 440,441, 840, 841)
  • TURCK Ethernet cable type 444 is ITC rated and approved for use in C1D2 (hazardous location) environments when used with our 4pin D-code M12
  • Gigabit Ethernet (X-code) options available

TPE Cable Jacket Material

  • Excellent oil resistance (including lubricant used in most robot dress packs)
  • Excellent moisture resistance
  • Good ozone resistance
  • Excellent UV and weathering resistance
  • Excellent weld splatter resistance
  • Good flame and fire resistance
  • High flexing up to 10 million cycles for stranded cable
  • Low temperature brittle point

600 Rated Cable

  • Can be run in a tray with other high voltage cables (upon entering a panel, communications circuits must be separated/protected from the power circuit)

Standards Information

  • UL Listed Communications Cable (CM), style #2463
  • Cordset assemblies are UL Listed (DUXR) Communications, Audio Video, Data- and Signaling- circuit Accessories, #E464271
  • UL Listing for assemblies
  • Comply with EtherNet/IP standards, ODVA, EIA/TIA 568-C.2 and ISO/IEC standards

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