Digitalisation Does Not Stop at Railway Technology

Digitalisation does not stop at railway technology. Switch networks and signalling systems are being electrified and gradually digitised.

Railway barriers, signalling systems and switches require secure and fast data transmission and high operational reliability, which is usually achieved via cables and sensitive data lines. The challenge that rail operators face, comes when these cables are exposed to external influences.

Railway Digitalisation

FIPSYSTEMS – Industrial Cable Protection

FRÄNKISCHE offers a high-quality selection of components for industrial cable protection, safeguarding your data and improving the function of your entire electrical installation.

FIPSYSTEMS offer excellent protection of cables and sensitive data lines against:

  • hot and cold weather
  • heavy rain
  • snow and ice
  • mechanical influences such as stone impacts
  • rodent bites
  • chemical influences
  • abrasions and impacts
  • UV radiation

They can be utilised in an almost endless number of applications, not least including mobility, robotics, telecommunications, and electronics in general. True to this importance of conduits, FRÄNKISCHE has repositioned its range of products for efficient cable protection.

Cable protection for mobility specifically, requires corrugated conduits with specific approvals. If water-tight assembly/installation is a must, the sealing between the threaded connector and the protective cable duct is achieved by means of a sealing ring.

Find out more on the FRÄNKISCHE Industrial Pipes website.

This article was originally published by FRÄNKISCHE Industrial Pipes.

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