TE Connectivity Keeping the Offshore Connected

Press Release
Thursday, May 09, 2013

 TE Connectivity (TE) features its latest cable solutions for signal, optics & power applications at Houston's Offshore Technology Conference (OTC).

The following products are on display at OTC until the expo concludes on 9, May 2013.

TE's Rochester Offshore Oil Production Cables – Our extensive range of armored electro-optical cables is designed to deliver superior performance for subsea plow and trencher systems, and features sustainability to high loads. Specialized optical and conductor elements are tailored for data and video transmission in trenching applications, including continuous burial and backfill efforts.
TE's Rochester Plow and Umbilical Cables – Our expertise in advanced materials yields wire and cable that is smaller, lighter and tougher than traditional counterparts, with wide temperature ranges; resistance to fuels, salt water and contaminants - and options for EMI/EMP shielding. They also offer the flexibility to route through tight spaces and sharp turns.
TE's Rochester Electro-Optical Cables – Naval organizations throughout the world rely on both Raychem and Rochester Cable branded products for applications including submarine towed array cables, helicopter dip sonar cables and electro-optical cables for ROV salvage and recovery.
TE's Raychem Marine Cables – Uniquely tailored for offshore oil production and exploration, our offshore production line includes BOP cables, MUX control umbilicals, seismic lead-in cables, and instrumentation and communication cables. These high-performance armored cables help provide protection from the rigorous environmental conditions of offshore drilling and oil production. A range of specialized constructions comprise both optical and electrical capabilities in a variety of diameters and strengths.
TE's DEUTSCH Connection Systems – Includes signal, optical and power connection systems. Signal connection systems are dedicated to applications from topside to downhole up to 15,000 PSI. Optical connection systems are optimized for fiber optic distribution systems and connections to subsea "Christmas trees." Power connectors are ideal for subsea power distribution in oil and gas applications or subsea power generation in renewable energies.

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