Accessories are used to bundle, clip, clamp, label, guide, and protect wires and cables
Cable Bus Systems (13 suppliers)
Cable bus systems are used to transfer large amounts of power (very high current and voltage) between a power source and a load center. They are engineered systems that include cable trays, wireways, and conductors for connecting a power source to a machine. Unlike trays and wireways, cable bus systems are complete packages that include wiring or cabling.
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Cable Carriers (133 suppliers)
Cable Clamps (285 suppliers)
Cable Glands (267 suppliers)
Cable glands are bulkhead modules that allow barrier penetration while providing sealing protection. They are commonly known as sealing glands or strain reliefs and have the ability to seal around one or multiple wires, cables or probes. They are available in plastic and metal configurations.
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Cable Ramps and Hose Ramps (31 suppliers)
Cable Ties (710 suppliers)
Cable Transits (60 suppliers)
Cable transits are bulkhead or barrier modules that allow electrical cables to pass through, while providing various levels of sealing, strain relief, and damage protection, depending on the application requirements.
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Cable Trays (270 suppliers)
Conduit Fittings (130 suppliers)
Conduit fittings are connectors and fittings used to connect one piece of conduit to another, or to connect conduit to an electrical box. They are available in various metals, as well as with different levels of moisture protection.
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DIN Rail (74 suppliers)
DIN rails and DIN rail clips and brackets are used on computer boards. DIN is an acronym for Deutsche Institute fuer Normung, a German standardization body and member of ISO.
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Electrical Conduit (567 suppliers)
Electrical conduit is lengths of solid tubing used to house, protect, and cover electrical wiring and cables in power distribution systems.
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Electrical Connector Bases and Covers (122 suppliers)
Electrical connector bases and covers are designed to provide mechanical protection for electrical connectors. They are available in many shapes and sizes to accommodate different types of electrical connections.
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Electrical Feedthroughs (114 suppliers)
Patch Panels (225 suppliers)
Patch panels are groups of ports used to connect lines between communications and electronic devices. Connections are made manually with small patch cords, and are easier to wire than automatic switches. Wireless patch panels are also available.
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Protective Sleeving (165 suppliers)
Pulling and Support Grips (37 suppliers)
Pulling grips are mechanical devices used for the holding of a wire or cable so that it can be pulled without damage to the wire or cable jacket.
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Sensor Accessories (57 suppliers)
Sensor accessories including mounts, sensor cables and sensor adapters are components specifically engineered for holding/positioning sensors or connecting sensors to sensor systems or instruments.
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Shrink Tubing (456 suppliers)
Heat shrink tubing conforms to the size and shape of wires, connections, open coils, and other electrically conductive elements to insulate and protect them from adverse environmental conditions.
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Splice Kits (65 suppliers)
Splice kits are used to establish a connection between two cables.
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Strain Reliefs (223 suppliers)
Strain reliefs protect the lifeline of electrical products by absorbing the forces of push and pull that may be exerted on the flexible wires, cables, or tubing.
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