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Item no. 790-220

Shield clamping saddle; 30 mm wide; 6–20 mm diameter

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Description


Safety information 1:
Note: Not suitable for connecting ground conductors and for strain relief!

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Technical Data

Main product function Shield clamping saddles
Safety information 1 Note: Not suitable for connecting ground conductors and for strain relief!

Geometrical Data

Width 30 mm / 1.181 inch

Material Data

Weight 18 g

Commercial data

Packaging type BOX
Country of origin DE
GTIN 4055143408684
Customs Tariff No. 85369010000

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CAD data

2D/3D Models 790-220

Compatible products

Carrier rail

Item no.: 790-145
Carrier rail; special perforations; 1000 mm long; tin-plated
Accessories > Item no. 790-145

Carrier rail

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General accessories

Marking accessories

Shield termination

Installation Notes

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Shield clamping saddles are available in three different sizes for shield diameters ranging from 3 to 20 mm.

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Compress the clamping saddle until fully engaged.

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Mounting a clamping saddle on a specialty slotted carrier rail (790‑145).


When releasing the saddle, do not place your finger under the clamping spring!

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Application example

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Labelling using a marking strip.

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