Better by the Bundle

Control Cabinet Wiring Made Easy:

The process of conventional assembly and manual control cabinet wiring is time-consuming and therefore cost-intensive. This procedure involves reading wiring information from a circuit diagram, cutting wires to exact lengths, stripping insulation, fitting terminals, and labeling. Outsourcing this process to low-wage countries, on the other hand, often means paying the price of high initial costs and sometimes less than adequate quality.

Our solution:

Bundle Technology from CadCabel

CadCabel manufactures prefabricated wire bundles in round or sequenced bundles, in which each wire is cut exactly to length and then fitted with any of several types of terminals. Each wire is then printed with information including the source pin, destination pin, wiring direction, and any other information requested by the client. Each wire bundle also comes with a slilp of paper attached including any information requested by the client, such as assingment designation, location designation, bundle number, and other order data.

CadCabel's bundle technology delivers:

  • Maximum quality
  • Minimum wiring time

Better by the bundle

CadCabel's wire bundle technology significantly reduces the time involved with the assembly and wiring of switchboards and control cabinets. As an alternative to on-site assembly, clients use our Transfer software to submit engineering data online to Cadcabel. Our multiwire production lines, which do not require set-up time, can then assemble wiring systems with cross-section profiles of 0.5 to 6 mm in the form of round and/or sequenced bundles. Each wire is printed with a unique code with wiring information, and each bundle is then fitted with a paper label with all important engineering data.

CadCabel also offers its wire bundle technology with the labeling systems of such systems manufacturers as WAGO, Phoenix, Weidmüller, Murrplastik, Partex, and several others.


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Labels for quick wiring

CadCabel Company offers its customers wiring in the form of bundle technology, in which a wire bundle is allocated for each component in a system. Each wire bundle is delivered with a paper label showing the order data, assignment designation, location designation, and any other information requested by the client.

The individual wires are also printed with unique codes to show the source, the target, the connecting pin, and any other information requested by the client. In addition, the wires are designated with EU-patented wiring directions and duplicate allocations. The wiring direction code gives the installer the wiring direction which leads from the source to the target. 

Clients may choose from several types of labeling. Wiring information may be printed directly on the wire in either black or white, depending on the wire color. In addition, wires may be fitted with special labeling sleeves from various manufacturers or with wrapper label strips or Partex rings. If coding according to signal or serial wire number is required, the location of production and the terminal identifications are printed on tear-away tabs, which can be removed upon completion of wiring. We offer extensive flexibility with labeling to make the wiring process as simple as possible for our clients.


Better bundled

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