Offshore Instrumentation Cable

  • Approvals: ABS
  • Rating Voltage: 150/250V
  • Standards:  IEC 60092-376, NEK TS 606, IEC 60332-3, IEC 60754, IEC 61034, IEC 60331
  • Features: Fire & Mud Resistant, Flame Retardant , Halogen-Free & Low Smoke

Types of Instrumentation Cable

RFOU(c) cable

S102 RFOU(c) Cable

RFOU(i) Cable

S101 RFOU(i) Cable

RFOU(i&c) Cable

S104 BFOU(c) Cable

BFOU(i) cable

S103 BFOU(i) Cable

BFOU(i&c) Cable

104,000 m²

Total Factory Area


Company Employee


Million USD Turnover


Years of experience

About Us

We Are Leading Offshore Instrumentation Cable Manufacturer in China

Guangming, as one of the leading instrument cable manufacturers, has been supplying a large proportion of sectors on the market. With our advanced technology and expertise gained and honed through years of experience, we can produce a large supply of instrument cable specifications for different applications, which include the following:

Mechanical Manufacturing

Instrument cables are applied in industries like machines, equipment, electronics, etc. manufacturing companies to provide advanced and best electrical wiring circuitry support.

Transmission Lines

Since instrumentation cables are known to be used in telecommunication sectors, these can be installed as main wiring for the transmission of data, signals, information, and networks.

Oil Processing Machines

Instrumentation cables are used for these types of machines since they have oil-resistant properties that can withstand any sticky mixture, allowing for good conduction of electric power.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Instrument cables are created and manufactured to allow electrical power through attached conductors inside it. These cables are used in various electrical sectors to be installed for power, electrical, signal, communication, and data transmissions.

There are Profibus, As-I, CANbus, ARCNET, and CANopen types of instrumentation cables. These are widely popular in different sectors for their respective variations and uses.

The control cables are one of the instrumentation cable types. The difference between the two is that the former is only used for transmitting and transferring signals from the source to the receiver; it doesn’t have any shielding material for its wiring and circuitry. On the other hand, the instrumentation cable has shielding-material types to avoid any external interference that can hamper conduction in electrical wiring; it is flexible and can be used in different applications.

A control cable’s function in instrumentation is to send signals to device receivers automatically. This serves as the connector cable from the “control room” to the device field receivers.