Why are Echo Cables Different?
- Greater flexibility at all temperatures – no fighting with coiling cables.
- Improves safety- insulating sheathes enable testing at higher temperatures, are not electrically conductive, and do not retain heat like armored cables that can potentially burn inspectors.
- Proprietary microdots and flexible cable improves ease of transducer access.
- Built better – built to last – Construction and cable design extends useful cable life with superior microdot protection.
- Standard length is five foot/1.5 meter
SuperFlex™ dual cables (11)
-40°F/C to 500°F/177°C continuous, intermittent to 650°F/343°C and 750°F / 399°C for brief contact
SuperFlex™ Single cables (6)
-40°F/C to 500°F/260°C continuous, intermittent to 650°F/343°C and 750°F / 399°C for brief contact
SuperFlex™ Single cables in a Green Insulating Sheath (6)
For rough environments and for moderate high temperatures -40°F/C to 500°F/260°C
SuperFlex™ dual cables in a Green Insulating Sheath (10)
500°F/260°C continuous use, intermittent to 650°F / 343°C and 750°/399°C for brief contact
Highest temperature dual cables; FEP in a RED insulated sheath (5)
Up to 1000°F / 593°C
Custom Cables (1)
- Any Length up to 60 meters
- Any connectors either end: BNC, Lemo 00, Lemo S1
- Instrument end: Olympus Straight, Olympus Right Angle, GE
- Call for quotes – 1-360-671-9121