EMC Cable Glands
A cable gland is a small device that has been designed specifically to help cables maintain the strength they need when connected to various applications and equipment. Different cable glands complete the same tasks, but with different advantages over others. As long as the cable gland is fit to complete the task they are assigned, the cables that are connected to specific equipment will keep their efficiency high and make sure the equipment and applications are not effected in any way.
EMC Cable Glands are suitable for cables and wires with or without an inner sheath. These cables have also been designed to help continue the cable screen from one connection to another. They offer low resistance screen contact with optimal EMC protection. They are highly conductive and have flexible EMC contact for the clamping of various screen diameters. These EMC cable glands can be used in a range of applications including EMC compliant earthing of a cables
copper braiding to a copper shaft sheath. They can be used within automation technology, telecommunication, and measurement and control technology as well as plant engineering and construction equipment.