How to use the cable glands Progress EMC easyCONNECT?

30 jun How to use the cable glands Progress EMC easyCONNECT?

The cable glands Progress® EMC easyCONNECT guarantees full control during installation and compensates for tolerances in shielding thicknesses to make a secure screened tap connection. The spring system provides for a very good contact of partially stripped shielding cables equally as well as for the contact of completely exposed cable shields which can be routed further.

It guarantees full control during installation and compensates for tolerances in shielding thicknesses to make a secure screened tap connection. The spring system provides for a very good contact of partially stripped shielding cables equally as well as for the contact of completely exposed cable shields which can be routed further.

How does it work?

 

1. Immediately recognisable
Thanks to the marking on the bottom section, the Progress EMC easyCONNECT can be immediately identified by its EMC imprinting all around.

2. Optimal shield contact
The powerful, protective clamping of the cable shield guarantees excellent shield contact and provides for the smallest possible transfer impedance. The shape of the contact spring not only allows for a large clamping range to the shield nut also for easy disassembly without damaging the EMC braid.

3. Best possible sealing
Two-part sealing inserts can be adapted to the existing cable diameter on site in just seconds and guarantee perfect sealing in compliance with IP 68 and IP 69K.

4. High resistance to torsion
The integrated retaining grooves in the lower part and in the sealing insert grant against twisting.

5 Short or long entry threads
Short or long entry threads in metric types M12 – M63 allow secure anchoring of the cable gland with or without an EMC locknut.

If further assistance or more information is required, please contact us through T: +31(0)38 443 2402 or E: imo@gunneman.nl.



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