The first automotive wires were manufactured in the 1930s, and LEONI has been setting standards in this product sector for the entire industry ever since. This catalog provides a comprehensive overview of LEONI standard range of practice-proven automotive wire and cable products. This catalog is divided into following sections: Automotive Single-Core Cables and Automotive Multi-Core Cables .

automotive wires and cablesThe Single-Core Cable is more divided into unshielded (FLY, FLYW, FLYK, FLYWK/FLRYWK, FLR, TXL, TWP, AV, AVS, etc) and shielded (FLRYDY) cables. While the Multi-Core Cables is divided into ABS/ESP sensor cables (FLR4G11Y / FL4G11Y, FLR2X11Y, FLR31Y11Y, FLRY11Y), Cables up to 105 °C (FLYY / LRYY / FLYKYK, FLYYF, FLYZ, FLRYBY / FLRYDY / FLRYBDY / FLRYCY, FLRYY (GGVS) / FLRYY11Y), Cables up to 125 °C (FLYWYW / FLRYWYW / FLRYWZ / FLRYWYWF, FLR91Y11Y / FLR12Y11Y / FLU7Y11Y / FLU6Y11Y), Cables from 150 °C (FLR13Y13Y / FLR13YC13Y / FLU7Y7Y / FLU6Y6YF / FLR6YC6Y), LEONI Dacar® data cables, LEONI Dacar® coaxial cables, LEONI Hivocar®, Flat cables, and Ribbon cables.

Here are some of the LEONI Customer as per 2006: Audi, BMW, Bosch, Continental Teves, DaimlerChrysler, Delphi, Fiat, Ford, General Motors,
JAH, Lear, MAN, Porsche, PSA, Renault, Siemens VDO, Sumitomo
Volkswagen Group, and Yazaki.

Find more information about LEONI Automotive Wires and Cables Catalog here – 72 pages of PDF file. (source: leoni.com)



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