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Cable gland SNAP-IN quick fixing M16, polyamide IP68 UL approved UV resistant

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  • Main
    range
    Spacial
    product or component type
    Cable gland
    accessory / separate part category
    Cable management accessory
    range compatibility
    Spacial CRN
    Spacial S3D
    Spacial S3X
    Thalassa PLM
    mounting location
    Enclosure bottom
    Enclosure top
    cable entry
    Cable gland M16
    device composition
    1 cable gland
    1 seal
    quantity per set
    Set of 20
    material
    CR (chloroprene) for seal
    PA (polyamide) 6 for body
    Complementary
    colour
    Grey RAL 7035
    fixing mode
    Push and turn clockwise
    product weight
    0.014 kg
    Environment
    product certifications
    UL
    VDE
    environmental characteristic
    UV resistant
    Halogen free
    flame retardance
    V2 UL 94
    ambient air temperature for operation
    -20...100 °C permanent
    -30...150 °C intermittent
    IP degree of protection
    IP68 conforming to IEC 60529 5 bar, 30 min
  • Documents and Downloads

    Language
    • English
    • Spanish
    • French
    Catalogue
    Date
    Size
    Add to My Documents
    Quick Selection Guide 2018 - Universal Enclosures - S3D version (Version 1.0)
    Envolventes Universales - Guía de selección rápida 2018 (Version 1.0)
    Quick Selection Guide 2018 - Universal Enclosures - CRN version (Version 1.0)
    Enveloppes universelles - Guide de sélection rapide 2018 (Version 1.0)
    CAD
    Date
    Size
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    CAD Drawing - 3D STP Format - Snap-in cable gland - M16 - diameter 5 to 10 (Version 1.0)
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