New Arlington Zinc MC Cable Fittings

Arlington Zinc MC Cable Fittings

May 9, 2021

Arlington’s low cot MC cable fittings in a variety of sizes, are super convenient and cost-effective. Each fitting has a built-in end stop, but also comes with additional end stop bushings that accomodate different size cable bundles. ONE trade size fits several cable sizes.

If required, using an end stop bushing is fast and easy. There’s no need to remove the strap. Just loosen the screws and insert the bushing that works the best with the cables you’re installing in dry locations.

Installation

1.) Simply loosen the screws and insert end stop bushing if necessary. Slip connector onto MC cable. Retighten screws on strap

2.) If you are using an end stop bushing, determine which one to use by sizing it to the cable bundle (not the metal jacket). Incorrect size shown her. The metal jacket should never go through the end stop.

3.) Insert the appropriate end stop bushing, making sure that the half-moon shape is positioned at the top of the connector

• cULus Listed for PVC jacketed cable when terminating in a dry location.

• One trade size can fit several cable sizes.

• Built-in end stop in fitting.

• Reduce inventory.

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