Cord grips and locknuts

Jan. 16, 2013
New nickel-plated brass, “fourth-generation” EMC cord grips accept a wide range of cable diameters and provide excellent EMC characteristics and performance under vibrating conditions such as in wind turbines.

New nickel-plated brass, “fourth-generation” EMC cord grips accept a wide range of cable diameters and provide excellent EMC characteristics and performance under vibrating conditions such as in wind turbines. New fourth-generation cable glands have a special locknut design that guarantees contact with the electrical enclosures. The products offer IP68 sealing and come in a wide range of sizes in metric, PG, and NPT.

Features include easy insertion with bidirectional cable entry; open EMC contact fingers for ease of cable positioning during assembly; free radial and axial movement of the cable without any damage to the cable screen; and the fingers large contact surfaces allow for low contact resistance even on loosely woven cable braids.

SAB North America
344 Kaplan Dr.
Fairfield, NJ 07004
(866) 722-2974

© 2013 Penton Media, Inc.

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