13. September 2018

Telegärtner at InnoTrans 2018

InnoTrans 2018:
Intelligent solutions for digital railway technologies

For the very  first time, Telegärtner will introduce its complete portfolio of cabling solutions at the leading trade show  for transport technology. Whether twisted-pair, coaxial or fiber optic technology for rail vehicles or along the track - we have the right solution for your application. Visit us at our booth, talk to our experts and learn more about successfully implemented projects.

Excerpt from our portfolio for the transportation sector

Modular Patch Panel HD³ 

Space is expensive in telecommunication rooms. That calls for optimum usage with high density solutions. At the same time, connections have to be robust, reliable and easy to handle. And as there is a constant change in IT technologies, the cabling has to be highly flexible to allow efficient technology changes. The new patch panel system HD3 offers the user the port density, ease of use, durability, performance and flexibility needed in the networks of today and tomorrow. With fiber optic, twisted pair and coax modules for the cabling installation on site as well as to connect pre-terminated cables that can be combined individually and be installed and changed within just a few seconds, the new HD3 patch panel is the ideal solution.

Flexibility and high density for optimum results

4.3-10 RF Connectors for Mobile Radio Communication

The new, compact, installation-friendly 4.3-10 connector series has been specially developed to meet the ever increasing demands in mobile radio communication applications. The small size and low weight of these connectors do justice to the miniaturisation of mobile radio network components. Despite their size, the connectors guarantee excellent return loss and passive intermodulation performance (PIM) levels. In addition, the new connector series is very variable, since one universal cable jack is suitable for mating with 3 different cable plug designs.

Small. Lightweight. Variable. 4.3-10 connector series

2.2-5 Series - Compact Low PIM RF Connectors

In the future, mobile networks will require RF signal transmission to be implemented with tighter and tighter space constraints, less losses and the lowest interferences with regard to passive intermodulation. These market requirements led in the last few years to the introduction of the 4.3-10, of which Telegärtner was one of the co-developers. The 2.2-5 series has taken the successful concept of the 4.3-10 and turned it into a smaller design.

The next generation of small RF connectors

M12x1 Connector series for Railway & Vehicle Applications

With the STX M12x1 IP67 connector series for Railway and Vehicle Applications Telegärtner offers various solutions for applications in harsh environments.

Transmitting maximum data rates in transport industry

7-16 Connectors for IP68 Jumper Cables

Thanks to the special sealing concept of the 7-16 connectors, our jumper cables meet the specifications for protection class IP68. The 7-16 connectors include a specially profiled O-ring at the mating face, carefully engineered to provide protection against water ingress through the coupling nut. These connectors also incorporate an additional seal between the centre contact and connector housing in the mating face (barrier seal). A 360° inductive solder of the outer conductor provides additional protection against ingress of moisture in the event of the cable sheath being damaged.

Jumper Cables for outdoor applications

RDB - Train Approved FO Splice Box

n rough conditions, occurring in industrial or outdoor areas, high quality fiber optical connections are needed despite the mechanical and climatic stress.
For this purpose, Telegärtner has developed the train approved distribution box, called RDB. Because of its tested reliability against vibrations and shocks and also heat, coldness and humidity, the RDB is perfectly suited for use in harsh environments.

Ruggedized protection for any situation - the Rail Distribution Box

InnoTrans Berlin

Messe Berlin
18.-21. September 2018

Hall 11.1 Stand 207