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New Rittal connector gland

09 July 2010

Rittal’s new connector gland offers less assembly work, a flexible sealing system for different cable diameters and simple entry of pre-assembled cables for easy routing

Consisting of a sealing frame suitable for 16/24-pole connector cut-outs and pluggable sealing modules, the system delivers low installation costs with a high protection category of IP64.

Benefits include flexible cable management (individual cables can be replaced without dismantling the entire sealing frame); only four sealing modules for the clamping range from 4 to 16 mm; a sealing frame screw-fastened directly to the enclosure and compatible with Rittal gland and module plates with connector cut-out. Sealing modules remain firmly fastened to the cable.


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