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Automation Technologies 5/2014

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Automation Technologies 5/2014

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Components and Software Separable cable insertion system with high packing density The brush strip in combination with tension relief strips One of the leading companies in the area of cable insertion management and EMC technology, Icotek, presents its global market proximity and product availability. One of the highlights recently presented at the Industrial Automation North America trade fair is the patented cable insertion system KEL-ER. The technical benefit is that the system can be separated, which enables users to comfortably insert lines cut to size, seal them and apply tension relief according to DIN EN 50262. The cable sleeves are automatically fastened in the frame during assembly. Subsequently, already-customised lines can be installed easily as well. The system is suitable for lines with a diameter of 2 to 16 mm or 16 to 34 mm; protection type IP65 can be reached. This way, users will maintain the guarantee of lines cut to size in a system with high packing density and great variability. Protection from Dirt Icotek has developed a generation of brush insertion for application areas such as network cabinets, platform technology or areas where no high protec- tion type is required, while increased protection against dirt is: KEL-BES. These cable penetrations consist of a basic frame equipped with two mirrorinverted brush strips. The break-out sizes for the brush insertions correspond to the standard breakouts of 10-, 16- and 24-pin heavy plug connectors. The cable insertion frames KEL-BES are attached with screws. Both cut-to-size and other lines can be inserted. www.icotek.com Video presentation Philipp Ehmann, Vice President Sales & Marketing at Icotek, presents the cable entry frame KEL-ER with IP65. Video AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES 5/2014

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