TE Connectivity EM70x Composite P-Clamps | New Product BriefJune 29, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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TE Connectivity EM70x Composite P-Clamps
TE Connectivity’s EM70x series P-Clamps are lighter and faster to install than conventional metal p-clamps, resulting in a lower applied cost.
TE’s P-Clamps are constructed from an aerospace grade PEEK plastic that provides the strength of metal at a lower weight and have a tool-free quick-lock design that minimizes the risk of foreign object debris. The design separates the mounting and locking feature, which allows for clamps to be mounted earlier in the assembly process when fewer obstructions are present.
Clamps are available in 10 sizes that cover the same range as 21 standard AS21919 p-clamp sizes and have a chloroprene cushion that secures the cable without crushing it. TE Connectivity’s EM70x series P-Clamps are designed for aerospace, automotive, rail, industrial, and military applications and can be used from -65°C to +85°C.
- Primary structure: Aerospace-grade PEEK
- Lighter than metal with the same strength
- Tool-free quick-lock design minimizes risk of foreign object debris
- Separate mounting and locking features allow flexible and modular assembly
- Clamps available in 03, 05, 07, 09, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, and 21 sizes
- Chloroprene cushion securely grips cable without crushing it
- Operating Temperature Range: -65°C to 85°C
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