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ESCHA patch cables carry data from Point A to Point B with less data loss. Why do they lose less data? ESCHA cables are 360 degrees shielded: they are equipped with an extra casing according to the patented two-shell shielding concept.

Data loss

In the connector, the patch cable loses the most data. Despite the fact that most patch cables these days contain a casing that protects them from data loss, these casings only run through the cable. ESCHA patch cables are shielded a long way into the connector, whereby the patch cables sustain less data loss.


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Shielded cables | ESCHA
Data cables | ESCHA


Industrial Ethernet cables can be found in every appliance or workplace. ESCHA ethernet cables are available in 4-pole (D-coded) or 8-pole (X-coded) M12x1 connections. Just as chassis connections, interface components and circuit board components. RJ45 patch cords ensure the high quality of data transfer. Ethernet cables are available in the following categories: patch cables Cat5e, patch cables Cat6A, and patch cables Cat7.

Ethernet cables support the following protocols: PROFINET, Ethernet Powerlink, Ethernet/IP and EtherCAT Sercos. The cables are available in M12, M8, RJ45 and as connectors, chassis parts or receptacles with sealing up to and including IP68. 


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Profibus cables must comply with the Bus-specific requirements of the Profibus/profinet organisation (PNO). ESCHA cables are in compliance with these requirements and available in 5-pole (B-coded), M12, T-splitters and Y-splitters, connectors, chassis parts or receptacles with sealing up to and including IP68.





Profibus Cables | ESCHA
RJ45 data cables | ESCHA

RJ45 Cables

Patchcords are specially made for industrial applications (for switch boxes, for example). The cables are available in PVC cable quality for Cat 5e applications and in FRNC cable quality (fire resistant) for Cat 6A applications. AWG26 cables are available in grey, black, yellow, red, blue and green in lengths of 0.3m to 50m.





CANopen cables & DeviceNet cables

User organisation ODVA requires CANopen cables and DeviceNet cables to have:

  • 5-pole M12 connections
  • a PUR cable
  • halogen-free cables, chassis parts or receptacles
  • shielded cables
  • twisted cables for warning signals and power supplies with stripped cable ends

CANopen cables and DeviceNet cables are equipped with UL-certification and can handle a resistance of up to and including 120 minutes. The cables are available in 5-pole (B-coded), M12, T-splitters and connectors, chassis parts or receptacles with sealing up to and including IP68.



CANopen and device net | ESCHA

High temperature cables | -190 °C | +260 °C

Due to the high temperature-resistant materials of ESCHA's high-temperature cables, we guarantee optimum reliable operating mode, even in exceptional temperatures. Permanent ambient temperatures of -20 °C and +150 °C and short-term temperatures of +200 °C are not a problem for the 'high temperature' line.

S2430, PTFE cables

The thermal resistance of this high-temperature cable extends from -190°C to +260°C. Due to its fully fluorinated jacket and wire insulation, the cable is perfectly suited for applications in high-frequency cables, as control cable in critical temperature areas, and in the computer-, and aviation industry. In addition, it stands out through a very good chemical strength, as well as its ozone- and weather resistance.


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