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Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Cable to Trade

Sunday 23rd November 2014

VFD Cable 2XSLCHK-JWe have previously blogged about supplying the local electrical trade with the more specialist industrial cable and working with them to provide cables to their existing clients they would not ordinarily supply. We have had some great examples of this recently where we have supplied four different electrical wholesalers with VFD cable, though not all were local this time as some were from as far as Wales.

As a specialist VFD Cable supplier, we have the experience to source the specific cable that the wholesalers require and will ship to them without CSE Cables branding, helping to ensure the wholesaler retains their customer. The VFD cable we have supplied has been of various different sizes and lengths, mostly factory stock lengths but we can also obtain them on bulk drums and cut to length. Recent shipments have included:

  • 2YSLCYK-J- Suitable for motor power supply for the frequency converters used in automotive and food industry, packaging industry, machine tools and handling equipment.
  • 2XSLCHK-J Halogen Free version of the above.
  • 2YSLCY-JB 4C x 16 – Suitable for inverter drive motor power supply for the frequency converters, used in automotive and food industry, packaging industry, machine tools and handling equipment.

Chris Defranco has been dealing with the VFD wholesaler enquiries and commented on the uptake saying “this is quite a specialist area and a cable that is often out of the ordinary for traditional electrical wholesalers. We are very happy to work with them to supply a cable that their client requires and without our branding. If required, we can always have the cable over-printed with the wholesaler details”. In addition to UK shipments, we can also supply VFD or any other cable for export as we have previously blogged.

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