HellermannTyton’s double-headed cable tie contains a dual locking design to secure two bundles at once. The head design can also provide spacing between parallel bundles. It has a tensile strength of 120 lb.
Raco’s Shield-It 2-wire, 4-port cable connector enables users to strip wires, push in and click to close shields. There is a clear housing for visual inspection and a strip gauge. The temperature rating is 221ºF. There is no twisting, taping or crimping required.
Cerrowire’s triplex secondary URD wire can be used directly buried or installed in ducts in electrical distribution circuits not exceeding 600V phase-to-phase. It can be used in wet or dry locations at conductor temperatures not exceeding 194°F for normal operation, 266°F for emergency overloads and 482°F under short-circuit conditions.
Arlington Industries’ push-on connector is available in 1¼, 1½ and 2 in. sizes. It is a fast way to install nonmetallic liquidtight conduit, type B. The listed one-piece connector reduces labor steps and eliminates lost pieces. It is removable and reusable.
Southwire’s multiconductor low-voltage unshielded cable can be used for remote control, signaling and power-limited circuits in security, sound and audio, speaker cable, alarm and access control applications. It is available in 500- or 1,000-ft. packages.
Corning’s Altos all-dielectric gel-free cable is designed for outdoor and limited indoor use for backbones in lashed aerial and duct installations. The cable’s construction requires no bonding or grounding, and it is built with a medium-density polyethylene jacket that is durable and easy to strip.