Grip assemblies feature simple installation design
The Molex Woodhead Max-Loc Plus Shielded Cord-Grip Assemblies aim to reduce EMI/RFI disruptions.
The Molex Woodhead Max-Loc Plus Shielded Cord-Grip Assemblies allow the original equipment manufacturer and end users to connect high-power electrical cables directly to an application through an exterior mounting enclosure, making for a simplified installation process of high-volume, cost-sensitive programs.
The assemblies provide excellent EMI and RFI shielding and sealing protection from liquids and dust. Max-Loc Plus Shielded Cord-Grip Assemblies use features found across numerous products into a one product.
Features and benefits:
Nickel-plated aluminum housing and shielding ring
Grip-body internal cut-away design
Tapered shielding ring
Internal wedge-shaped grommet
Two external mounting holes
Aluminum die-cast, nickel-plated threaded assembly
Sealed O-ring, IP67 and IP69K rated
Grip assembly accommodates 1 AWG, 1/0, 2/0 shielded cables with an expanded range to follow
Aerospace and Defense
HVAC variable-speed motors
- Edited by Jessica DuBois-Maahs, Associate Content Manager, CFE Media, Plant Engineering, Control Engineering
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