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Panduit Cable Entry Systems

Increase Productivity and Stay Organized with Cable Entry Systems

January 11, 2023

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The Cable Entry Systems from Panduit offer a safe, organized method to transition both terminated and unterminated cables through enclosures and electrical equipment, providing strain relief while maintaining IP/NEMA ingress sealing ratings.

These Cable Entry Systems offer the lowest total installed cost compared to traditional cable glands or cord grips, simplifying the installation and managing numerous cables in a very dense space. These design benefits provide up to 80% installation time and space savings.

Panduit Cable Entry Systems

The Cable Entry Systems from Panduit offer a safe, organized method to transition both terminated and unterminated cables through enclosures and electrical equipment, providing strain relief while maintaining IP/NEMA ingress sealing ratings. These Cable Entry Systems offer the lowest total installed cost compared to traditional cable glands or cord grips, simplifying the installation and managing numerous cables in a very dense space. These design benefits provide up to 80% installation time and space savings.

From the Product Bulletin

Panduit Cable Entry Systems complement our already broad and innovative control panel and on-machine solution that safely organizes, connects and protects electrical systems.

The Cable Entry Systems offer a safe, organized method to transition cable and hoses through enclosures and electrical equipment, providing strain relief while maintaining IP/NEMA ingress sealing ratings.

Traditional cable glands or cord grips require several time-consuming installation steps and considerable space on the enclosure; the Panduit offering simplifies the installation and can manage numerous cables in a very dense space. These design benefits provide up to 80% installation time savings dramatically increasing productivity and freeing up installers for other activities. The high-density hole configurations provide up to 80% space savings which is critical for machine applications that require several cables with limited space on the equipment. The extra hole locations in the same dense design allow for future cabling moves, adds, and changes.

While cable glands or cord grips typically only handle unterminated cables, the Panduit system handles both unterminated and terminated cables for increased installation productivity.

FEATUREBENEFIT
Round and rectangular solutions availableUp to 80% labor savings and 80% space savings when multiple cables are required to pass into same enclosure. One hole / punch can accommodate up to 12 terminated cables and up to 140 unterminated cables.
Accommodates terminated and un-terminated cablesPrevents re-termination of cables in order to pass through openings
Selection of IP ratings to accommodate customer requirementsMeets multiple IP/NEMA ingress sealing ratings to accommodate a variety of applications that lets the user determine the most suitable solution for their requirements.
Compatible with standard punch toolsThe circular and rectangular designs are compatible with industry standard electrical cutout punches to ease installation.
Imperial dimensions physically molded into componentsProvides easy reference for customers who standardize on imperial dimensions
Strain reliefGrommets and sealing membranes prevent cables from over-bending at cable entry points

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“At the core of Panduit is the relentless pursuit to solve market pervasive problems and to continuously innovate. By listening to our customers and their diversified infrastructure needs, we are able to design and develop solutions that will help them grow in an evolving world. It is an honor to be recognized by CI&M with eight Innovators Awards.”

Tom Kelly, Senior Vice President of Network and Electrical Infrastructure

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