Abstract: A duplex electrical cable fitting includes a connector body having a mounting member and a base member, a cover having a cover hook, and a locknut configured to engage with the mounting member. The mounting member has a mounting member sidewall extending between first and second open ends with the first and second open ends defining a cable passage therebetween. The base member has a cover engaging member, which defines a cover engaging hole. The base member is connected to the mounting member at the second open end and extends downwardly therefrom. The cover hook is movably connected to the base member via the cover engaging hole so as to allow the cover to be movable relative thereto between open and closed positions.
Abstract: A connection terminal for connecting an electrical conductor includes: an insulating housing having at least one conductor terminal device which in each case can be operated by an actuation element mounted in the insulating housing so as to be pivotable about a pin. The at least one conductor terminal device includes a clamping point for the electrical conductor that is formed by a contact element arranged in a stationary manner in the insulating housing and a clamping spring that is arranged in the insulating housing so as to be movable, by the actuation element, between an open position and a clamping position by a free leg of the clamping spring being articulated to the actuation element by a connecting element such that the clamping spring can be moved into the open position by a pivot movement of the actuation element in a first direction.
Abstract: A push-type grounding bushing has an electrically conductive body having a first end, a second end, a bore formed therethrough, and an intermediate shoulder stop to contact an end of a conduit. The bushing has with a locking device gripping tabs forming a helix so that the conduit can be pushed and held in the locking device and removed by rotating the conduit relative to the body. A throat insulator is placed into the second end of the body and has a flange to cover the second end. An electrically conducting lug is secured to the body and has a recess or bore for receipt of at least one electrical conductor to ground the bushing while a fastener mechanically and electrically secures the conductor to the lug.