Microlin is the miniature control cable of choice for medical devices, transmissions and moreJune 29, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Miniature control cable assemblies known for high quality and reliability are available from Bergen Cable Technology. The company’s Microlin brand high performance miniature control cables can fit inside the smallest spaces. These assemblies are used in all types of applications, from printers, copiers and ATMs, to medical devices and automatic transmission controls.
Microlin stainless steel miniature cable is recognized for its strength, durability and flexibility. It is often used in mechanical drive systems due to its high flexibility, high fatigue resistance and its ability to be routed around bulkheads and obstructions. Microlin is also used in many medical applications due to its reliability. Another benefit of Microlin is its low weight, which is important for applications such as precise drive systems for electronic equipment.
Bergen Cable Technology has extensive capabilities in design and manufacturing, so the company can offer miniature control cables for any requirement with extremely tight tolerances in cable diameter and assembly length. Microlin cable is available is sizes ranging from 0.010 inches to 0.048 inches, and it offers breaking strengths up to 175 pounds.
Cable assemblies for any need
Bergen Cable Technology can provide a complete range of off-the-shelf Microlin fittings. The company can also custom engineer fittings to suit unique requirements. Some of the miniature fittings that are used most often include eye, plug, loop sleeve, ball and threaded end styles.
Another option available for miniature control cable assemblies is Posilign. This miniature cable helps avoid the need for costly proof load testing, as its mechanical “set” virtually eliminates constructional stretch and secondary adjustments.
For more information on the miniature control cable assemblies available, visit the Bergen Cable Technology website.