CED Double protection cables entry | Wall Mounted Enclosures

The rubber cable gland is easy to mount, and, cables and pipes can be pulled through easily without tools, ensuring that the enclosure's protection degree is maintained.

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Item list

Item no. Description Height
(mm)
H1 Metric Diameter Cable diameter
(mm)
Hole diameter
(mm)
CED12 Double protection gland M12 12.8 5.6 M12 20.0 4-7 12.5
CED16 Double protection gland M16 17.7 11.0 M16 21.0 5-9 16.5
CED20 Double protection gland M20 20.0 13.4 M20 25.5 8-13 20.5
CED25 Double protection gland M25 21.3 15.3 M25 30.5 11-17 25.5
CED32 Double protection gland M32 24.6 18.6 M32 38.5 15-20 32.5
CED40 Double protection gland M40 29.5 21.7 M40 48.5 19-28 40.5
CED50 Double protection gland M50 34.8 25.0 M50 60.5 27-35 50.5
Range Mandatory Accessories Related Accessories Similar accessories Description
AFK - - Gland plate for mild steel wall mounted enclosures with different configurations of knockouts for the cabling required.
CPG - - Plastic cable gland that provides high strain relief.
CES - - A rubber cable gland, with single sealing, through which cables and pipes can be pulled through easily.
CAG - - A two component cable gland that secures cables in the intended position.
CEP - - Cable entry gland plate with different opening configurations for cables and/or pneumatic conduits.
CEPR - - Round cable entry gland plate.

Technical data

Description:

The rubber grommet is very simple to use. The installation does not require tools, which in turn means lower work cost. The “pushout” membrane is a permanent seal until it is penetrated by a cable or pipe. Suitable for holes in materials of 0.5 to 4 mm thickness.

Material:

EPDM, halogen free.

Temperature resistance:

-40ºC to +110ºC.

Finish:

RAL 7035.

Protection:

IP 67.

Features

Feature:

Thermoplastic elastomer cable gland with a double layer sock surrounding the cable.

Advantage:

The protection degree is based on an exterior and interior layer that work independently.

Benefit:

The protection degree is maintained if the outside layer fails due to damage or external circumstances.  

Comment:

The double layer sock is the optimal solution if the outside layer is exposed to external circumstances such as high pressure water. A potential disadvantage of the double layer however is that cables only pass through straight. A single layer sock is available (CES) to allow cable passing through with an angle but the protection degree might be at risk if this single layer fails.

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