Video insight into Murrelektronik's cordset production

Many different automation industry manufacturers produce cordsets today. But the real challenge lies in sourcing all the required connectors and cable types from one source, and finding the right quality. But once the right partner is chosen, challenges turn into solutions.

Although "stay connected" is Murrelektronik's slogan, the company takes the phrase much further. Established in 1975, Murrelektronik has built its reputation as a leading supplier of cordsets, with a large variety of cable types, colors and connector styles. Featuring over 30,000 different connector and cable combinations, Murrelektronik has the right cordset for your application.

Fieldbus cables are available for almost any protocol you need. These reliable bus cables help transport information to keep your system running and can come with pre-wired or field-wireable connectors, depending on your system.

Murrelektronik also offers one of the widest ranges of sensor and actuator cordsets. All of these connectors are IP67 rated and have UL, CSA-certified cables - suitable for connecting any sensor or actuator.

Valve plugs round out the product range and are moulded with the latest potting technology. And Murrelektronik's double valve plugs improve diagnostics while saving costs up-front.

One more tool, the torque wrench, connects each connector quickly and reliably. Murrelektronik's connection technology has helped push the industry to set a high quality standard when it comes to cables and connectors. And that's even producing with over 35,000 miles of cable every year! Whether the cordset is produced in Shanghai for the Asian market, in Germany or the Czech Republic for European market or in Atlanta for the North American market, each connector is electrically tested before it leaves the manufacturing site.

Murrelektronik also offers customised cordsets. Depending on your application and technical requirements, almost any customised cordset can be designed to fit the application. And with over 500 types of cables in stock, you can get the cable you need.

Jürgen Zeltwanger, Vice President of Connectors says: "What makes Murrelektronik one of the top cordset suppliers is that the products can be used in many different industries: automotive, machine building, food and beverage, logistics and many more. We know what challenges these industries face and are proud to contribute towards solutions by working together with and listening to our customers."

Murrelektronik's new YouTube video takes you on a tour of their connector production where you get a chance to see, first hand, their production techniques and quality standards: go to

Murrelektronik Ltd

5 Albion Street, Pendlebury Industrial Estate
M27 4FG

+44 (0)161 728 3133

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