North American approved cable gland

19 Mar 2018

With the new cULus approval for its brass and polyamide cable glands, Rittal is now making it easier for system suppliers to meet the high demands placed on enclosures. Cable glands allow cables and wires to be introduced safely into enclosures and housings. They are used when a high level of protection against dust, dirt, and liquids (such as rainwater) is needed. Rittal cable glands made of brass or polyamide not only provide IP 68 protection in accordance with IEC 60529, they are now also suited for the high safety requirements of North American applications, thanks to their additional cULus approval. Rittal cable glands made of brass meet the NEMA / UL Type 4x requirements as well. The polyamide version is also cCSAus approved by the Canadian Standards Association. All the cable glands are also available as CAD models for efficient planning in line with the concept of Industry 4.0 (the Internet of Things) and they are stored in the Eplan Data Portal. The cable glands are available in sizes ranging from M12 to M63 and achieve IP 68 protection category.

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Volume: 2018 March/April