Connection Clamps Get Pushy

Rittal introduces its next generation of maintenance-free conductor connection clamps using push-in technology. For many system integrators, wires and cables connected with screw clamps or fixed conductor connection clamps can be time-consuming to install. Rittal's push-in clamps easily connect to many different types of conductors.

 

The push-in conductor connection clamp reduces potential defects, like incorrect compression/torques or clamp loosening. Now panel builders and switchgear manufacturers can connect cables, wires, and protective and neutral conductors directly to busbars. In addition, short-circuit resistant voltage taps can be added onto the main busbar system, or installers can string distributors or blocks with many connector clamps to pair with outgoing cables.

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The push-in conductor connection clamps are available in two clamping ranges, 0.5 to 4 mm2 and 1.5 mm to 16 mm2, and for copper busbars 5 mm and 10 mm thick in each clamping range. Visit Rittal for more data.

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