Wire Clamps Allow More Terminations

Aug. 1, 1999
The design of these rectangular cage wire clamps allows more wire terminations per clamp than conventional drilled-through, round cage clamps. Using a proprietary process, the higher termination count wire clamps are machined from stock shapes,

The design of these rectangular cage wire clamps allows more wire terminations per clamp than conventional drilled-through, round cage clamps. Using a proprietary process, the higher termination count wire clamps are machined from stock shapes, eliminating the typical cost and time associated with custom extrusions. The brass alloy wire clamps are commonly used in manufacture of Euro-Style terminal blocks and in circuit control devices such as relays, timers, circuit breakers and power meters. These wire clamps are available as components or as complete assemblies with pre-installed clamping screws.

Company: LEIPOLD INC.

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