Tool-Less KDS and KES Cable-Entry Systems Offer Strain Relief, IP66 Protection

December 13, 2019 Alix Paultre

CONTA-CLIP’s one-piece KES plates with push-through membranes enable high-density routing of up to 32 unassembled cables, wires, or conduits. The multi-part KDS system features a frame that can always stay in place once it is installed, enabling removable sealing elements of different sizes to be inserted to change the assembly. The KDSClick system consists of three basic components: frames, inlays, and sealing elements. 

The sealing elements are available in multiple variants and configurations, in diameters from 2 mm to 35 mm, as well as blind plugs. The frames are available for 4, 6, 8, or 10 sealing elements, with various inlays, and an injected foam gasket to preserve the IP66 protection rating even on painted or rough surfaces. 

KDS-FP flange plates hold two or three KDSClick modules, and provide space for a total of up to 30 sealing element positions in metric M20 to M63 round enclosure openings. This system consists of a frame with an integrated gasket, a thread and locking adapter, a locknut, and sealing elements with optional inlays. KDS-FB frames for industrial flat ribbon cables are available in four frame widths and different partitions for flat as well as round cables.

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