Snap-in strain relief

  • 16-Apr-2010 04:03 EDT
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Heyco Products’ Snap-In Ratcheting Strain Relief can be removed via insertion of standard snap ring pliers with 0.040-in tips into the holes located on the outside of the part. The strain relief is assembly friendly—it locks directly onto the cable and can be preassembled offline for final assembly at a later time or remote location at lower installed cost. Currently available for one-hole size (0.875 with 0.770 flats), the removable strain relief is UL recognized under file E15331 and installs with fingertip pressure into a standard round or Double “D” hole. A wire locking ratchet allows for wire range of 0.115 to 0.575 in, and it can be used for one or multiple round or flat wire cables. Applications include wire harness, aeronautical/aerospace, computers, telecommunications, automotive, and scientific instruments.

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