Shielded and unshielded, twisted-pair, halogen-free, high-strength and other versions can be found in the family of well-known UNITRONIC cables under the Lapp Group brand.
Lapp Group's high-quality and reliable cables are used in a variety of industries such as food (Coca-Cola), tyre manufacturing (Continental), shipbuilding and port infrastructure (Hamburg), chemical industry, solar and wind power plants, building and industrial hall installations and many other industries.
LAPP's wide product range includes interconnection and control cables (ÖLFLEX), but there are also cables and systems for data transmission (ETHERLINE and UNITRONIC), industrial connectors (EPIC), cable protection systems (SILVYN), optical systems (HITRONIC), cable glands (SKINTOP), marking systems, tools and various other accessories.
The most widely used cables used for data transmission and control are the UNITRONIC LiYY or LiYCY series. Wherever you need to connect two "points" (whether electronic devices or components, etc.) with a multi-core cable, a cable from the UNITRONIC family will most likely fit the bill.
Choose from the UNITRONIC family of cables:
LiYY - basic cable with colour-coded core marking according to DIN 47100 without shielding,
LiYCY - version with total shielding (tinned copper braid),
LiYCY (CY) - total shielding plus each conductor being individually shielded,
LiYY (TP) and LiYCY (TP) - twisted-pair version for minimizing the crosstalk,
PUR CP - version for increased mechanical stress with a polyurethane jacket for harsh environments,
LiHH, LiHCH, LiHCH (TP) - halogen-free cables with low smoke density (LS0H, LSZH). They are particularly suitable for installations in public buildings and industrial plants.
ROBUST, ROBUST C, ROBUST C (TP) - highly resistant cables not only to many chemicals but also to weathering. Find out more about them in our article.
The majority of the cables in the UNITRONIC family are available with conductors from 0.14 to 1.5 mm2 cross-section. Therefore, they can be used for low-speed data communication, as well as for connecting various sensors, for controlling motors and other devices with higher current requirements, in case the maximum available cross-section of the particular type is sufficient for you.
We keep several types of cables from the UNITRONIC family in our standard stock. The Lapp Cable Guide as well as an overview of frequently used Unitronic series cables will help you to select the right cable.