Electrical Contractor Magazine

Wiring Devices

February 2006
AFL single-mode bend insensitive cable assemblies have precision-depressed clad single-mode fiber enabling tight bend radii and routing characteristics.
February 2006
Hitachi Cable Manchester's Secura OSP Category 6 cable is designed for outdoor aerial, conduit or direct burial applications and uses a rugged polyolefin overall jacket and is filled with nonconductiv
February 2006
Belden CDT Electronics Division's large AWG variable frequency drive (VFD) cables feature three stranded XLPE TC circuit conductors and two spiral copper tape shields that improve flexibility and EMI/
February 2006
Cablofil's CFL “L” wire cable tray can be used in conjunction with I- or C-beams and is ideal for tight installations where access is limited.
February 2006
Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems's 2-Channel and 3-Channel BaseTrak nonmetallic raceway systems for power and data applications include 2-Channel BaseTrak and snap-on 2-gang flush box, 3-Channel BaseTrak
February 2006
Thomas & Betts' Fittings Silver Grip TCF tray/cord fittings are a safe way to terminate portable cord and tray cables in hazardous locations. Hub sizes range from 1/2 in. NPT to 2 in.
February 2006
Belden CDT Electronics Division's Brilliance low cap speaker cables use high-conductivity, oxygen-free, copper conductors.
February 2006
FIS's fiber optic couplers are available in a variety of popular split ratios.
February 2006
ARNCO Corp.'s Air-Trak MD air-assisted cable push system for installing mini ducts and microfiber cables eliminates tail-load forces by pushing the cable into the duct while a cable dart pulls it thro
February 2006
Aviel Electronics' LC and LT connectors are designed for high-voltage applications while maintaining a 50 Ohm impedance.

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