Multicore cables

  • 13-Mar-2009 04:03 EDT
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Leoni Cable's Adascar multicore automotive cables include products geared to six areas of application, with materials and cables designed to the customer's specifications. Safety cables include airbag, belt, precrash, early warning and closing systems, pinch protection, chassis safety, and distance controllers. Comfort cables encompass categories such as roof, seat, heating, ventilation and climate control, and parking assist. Power cables are used for applications including lighting and cabling systems, electrical installation wiring, and engine compartments. Control cables include sensors for rain, weight and occupant recognition, fill level, lambda probe, and applications with capacity and inductivity requirements. Truck cables feature the connection cable between tractor and trailer or semitrailer, lighting and cabling systems, and cables with ADR approval. Lastly, Wheel Sensor cables include ABS/ESP sensor cables, active body control, and brake wear indicator.

For more information, visit booth 1125 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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