3- and 4-branch tees for cable tray wiring
Turck’s 3- and 4-branch tees are suited for harsh industrial environments, increasing installation speed.
Turck has introduced the h-style (3-branch) and H-style (4-branch) M16 tees, ideal for saving valuable field installation time and hassle in comparison to hardwired cable tray installations. The tees are available in a multitude of configurations, including tees with a male connector on either side of the trunk line, integral connections or cable drops.
An IP67 rating, plus a rugged PUR overmold and PVC flexlife cable jacket make these tees well-suited for harsh industrial environments. Tees are offered in varieties with 2 through 8-pin connectors in nickel-plated brass, stainless steel or nylon, and they are rated for up to 600 Volts and 18 Amps.
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, CFE Media, www.controleng.com
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