Quabbin Wire & Cable Co., Inc. manufactures a large variety of low temperature thermoplastic shielded and unshielded cables. These meet or exceed current industry standards for computer, data transmission, instrumentation, and other electronic applications. Quabbin Wire & Cable sells its products by specifying at the OEM, through a network of distributors, and supports this with an extensive finished goods inventory of over 200 part numbers. Quabbin Wire & Cable has stocking locations throughout the USA. Quabbin Wire & Cable’s end markets include:
- Local area network (LAN) systems
- Industrial LAN systems
- Telecommunications DS-1 and DS-3 systems
- Control and instrumentation systems
- Process control interconnect
- Computer peripherals
- Sound and audio instrumentation
- Low capacitance data
- Fire alarm and security systems
- Point of sale equipment
- Custom designed signaling applications
LAN cabling is currently Quabbin Wire & Cable’s fastest growing wire and cable segment. Quabbin Wire & Cable’s DataMax®LAN cables have an international reputation for consistent high quality performance. These products undergo sophisticated testing and are widely used throughout the industry under the DataMax name and also as private labeled product. The 100 ohm UTP (unshielded twisted pair), 100 ohm ScTP (screened twisted pair), and 150 ohm shielded cables for token ring applications are sold throughout the world. Many leading edge LAN equipment manufacturers have evaluated DataMax products and recommend them to interconnect their systems.
Quabbin Wire & Cable also aggressively pursues new product and marketing niches. Examples of some of the newer products are commercial LAN cables for Categories 5e and 6A applications, hardened Industrial Ethernet cables, double shielded low capacitance cables, high speed foam dielectric data cables, T-1, E-1 and T-3 interconnect cable.
Quabbin Wire recently completed an extensive review and conversion of their entire product line so that more than 90% of all cables now comply with European RoHS requirements. This new feature is extremely important to most OEMs and distributors.