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Typical use of lighting control cable

KNX Automation Cable

KNX technology is currently the world’s only open standard allowing products from various manufacturers to work seamlessly together for common applications in home and building control.

Using certified interconnecting cables, buildings become smarter and greener allowing a range of control for lighting, appliances, heating and air-conditioning as well as monitoring, metering and energy management.

1 Pair KNX/EIB Screened Cable

1 Pair KNX/EIB Screened cable

The 1 pair KNX screened cable is smaller, lighter and allows for savings on both space and cost. It is ideal for use as a jumper cable where its reduced diameter and greater bend radius are beneficial.

Consisting of a single pair of solid bare copper 0.5mmsq (1/0.8mm) conductors, overall aluminium foil screen with tinned copper drain wire and green low smoke zero halogen sheath for easy identification.

2 Pair KNX/EIB Screened Cable

2 Pair KNX/EIB Screened cable

The 2 pair KNX screened cable (also known as TP1 cable) is the most ubiquitous of the KNX range and suitable for the majority of standard installations.

Consisting of 2 pairs of solid bare copper 0.5mmsq (1/0.8mm) conductors, overall aluminium foil screen with tinned copper drain wire and green low smoke zero halogen sheath for easy identification.

Lighting Control Cable

Lighting control systems function across a number of roles in both residential and commercial properties. They can provide safety and security in outside areas, ambient mood lighting or enhance comfort and productivity where natural lighting is not available.

An intelligent network of devices can be powered and controlled via a single composite cable, providing low cost, energy efficient and straightforward installation and maintenance.

Lighting Control Cable

Lighting control cable

Suitable to work with a number of different lighting control systems such as Lutron or Crestron, this cable is a direct alternative to Lutron GRX-CBL-346S Grafik Eye cable.

Comprising of a foil screened, 22AWG stranded bare copper data pair with stranded tinned copper drain wire and two 18AWG stranded bare copper power cores. The cable has a blue low smoke zero halogen sheath with red identification stripe.