A connector design for connecting of two or more conductor of different materials (normally copper & aluminum conductors) for preventing electrolytic corrosion. The connector comprises a copper portion and an aluminum portion joined in a solid state bond and having an axial wire receiving opening in the aluminum portion and having electrical connection means, such as a threaded hole, in the copper portion. Tooling and indexing bosses and tool engaging recess means are integrally formed on the exterior and interior of the aluminum portion.
A connector design for the purpose of connecting the terminals of the equipment to the conductor. It is an electro-mechanical device used to join electrical terminations and create an electrical circuit.
A Connector designed for the purpose of connecting two or more conductors & incorporating means to allow for any relative movement with ample allowance for the relative movement between the conductors. It is an assembly designed to safely absorb the heat-induced expansion and contraction of construction materials, to absorb vibration, to hold parts together, or to allow movement due to ground settlement or earthquakes.
Parallel Groove Connector
A connector design for the purpose of connecting together two or more conductors whose axes is parallel to each other. The connector body is constructed of high strength aluminum for optimum corrosion resistance and light weight. The housing or case provides protective insulation from adjacent conductors and is formed for accessibility and ease of application. Secondary run and service tap openings are pre-cut for alignment and tap conductor insertion or removal.
Parallel Groove Clamps
Tee Connector is an electrical connector that connects three cables together. It is usually in the shape of a capital T. It is usually used for coax cables and the three connector points can be either female or male gender, and could be different or the same standard.
Spares for Substation Equipment Indoor/Outdoor