Category: Cable Management

Cable Terminal

Cable Terminals – All Types & Functions

Electrical and electronic equipment requires cables for their power supply, power distribution, interconnections, control, monitoring and so on. Some of the equipment which comes to our mind include electrical appliances, electrical load switches, circuit-breakers, fuse bases, electrical motors, generators, transformers, busbars and electrical control and distribution panels, to name a …

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Satellite Connectors

Satellite Connectors for AB Cable – Myths and Facts

A multiport insulation piercing connector (IPC) is also referred to as a satellite connector for ABC cable. Multiport connectors are extensively used in urban power distribution systems based on aerial bundled cables (ABC). There are many good reasons for using multiport connectors in different power systems, especially in distribution systems. …

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Single Compression Cable Gland

Single Compression Cable Gland VS Double Compression

What are Cable Glands? Ever wondered how cables enter and exit electrical enclosures safely? The unsung hero of this process is a small yet significant component: The Cable Gland. Among these, the Single Compression Cable Gland plays a critical role. They not only allow cables to pass through safely, but …

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ingress protection means

Does Ingress Protection mean your Enclosure is Safe?

What is IP rating? IP rating or IEC 60529 grades the resistance of an enclosure against dust, water or other contaminants. It provides a list of the degree of protection offered by mechanical and electrical casings or enclosures. Electric equipment malfunctions or gets damaged when water or dust enters it. …

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Type of electric cables

Type of Electric Cables & Conductors with Application

Electric power is distributed and used at the utility levels with the help of transmission systems, cables or other smaller conductors. Various type of electric cables is designed for specific requirements. The main aim of every type of electric cable is to conduct electricity or signals to the desired location. …

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Cable Glands Size Chart

Cable Glands Size Chart – Explanation for Gland Selection

Fasteners are hardware components like screws, nuts and bolts that mechanically join two or more objects together. Fasteners are used to create non-permanent joints, that can be dismantled without damaging the joining objects. Unlike fasteners; welding, crimping, soldering are examples of creating permanent joints where the connected objects cannot be …

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Types Of Cable Glands And Their Applications

A cable gland is a device attached to the end of an electrical cable to secure that particular part of the device. Cable Glands permit its entry into the electrical equipment, enhancing the system with earthing, grounding, bonding, insulation, sealing, retention and strain relief. They are applicable for the processing …

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Cable Glands ─ Need for Electrical Equipment and Switchgears

Cable Gland is the ‘mechanical cable entry device’ attached to the end of electrical cables and secures them to any piece of equipment. They are also commonly known as cable connectors, cable fittings, cord grips, or cable strain reliefs. Cable Glands are vital for terminating cables in harsh or hazardous …

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Cable Cleats

Cable Cleats and their importance to Cable Management

This short blog aims to guide you through the importance of Cable Cleats as an accessory to professional cable management. Electromagnetic fields caused by the flow of current through cables induce electromechanical forces on the cables themselves and their support structures. During a power surge or short circuit, this can …

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