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Collision Switch Cable

CBL001309
Molecular Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
GE Healthcare
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Features

  • Lead free tube
  • Compact and safe to use
  • Good life expectancy
  • Can be replaced and removed easily

Product Overview

Collision switch cable is assembled with heat shrinking tube, 3 conductors and a 2 position ribbon cable. The heat shrinking tube is made up of Cross-linked Polyolefin which is halogen free, so it will not emit toxic gases when exposed to air. The 3 conductors are made of tinned copper with PVC insulation and a PVC outer jacket. PVC can be made resistant to a wide range of chemicals including oils, acids and alkalis, and is tough, durable and is resistant to abrasion. The collision switch cable is used in Infinia collision switches and in ECG signal and cable IPS fan SP for MEA, QUASAR head 2 assembly, Infinia anti-collision switch cable spare part - MEA, Infinia head 2 assembly and in many other products.

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