Electronic components must perform in difficult environments, locations and conditions. Flat cable is often the best, and sometime the only choice for electrical interconnections in many demanding environments because it is lighter, thinner, more flexible, and has a longer flex life than other cable types.
Gore's flat cables use insulation, buffering and jacketing materials that transfer fewer stresses, minimizing conductor fatigue. Options for self-supported cabling with controlled motion, eliminating the need for cable tracks in some applications, are available.
- Trackless High Flex Cable
- GORE® Trackless High Flex Cable solutions allow automated equipment manufacturers to eliminate cable track.
- IDC (Insulation Displacement Connector) Ribbon Cable
- GORE® IDC Ribbon Cables incorporate PTFE composite insulation. Cable types available include high flex life, high density insulated, color coded, and high temperature non-burning.
- High Flex Flat Cable
- GORE® High Flex Flat Cables and Assemblies provide a simple cable management system in applications where flex life reliability is critical. They can be used in any energy chain or cable track; reducing particulation and eliminating the need for dividers.
- Subminiature Ribbonized Coaxial Cables/Assemblies
- Gore offers ribbonized coaxial cables in a high-density package for high-speed transmission. These cables offer a variety of configurations, including single ribbons and stacked versions. Optional ruggedized jackets make these cables useful in a wide variety of applications.
- Subminiature Ribbonized Differential Cables and Cable Assemblies
- Gore offers high-speed transmission, ribbonized differential cables in a high density package.