Greenbrook rethinks connection boxes

Published:  04 November, 2008


A new connection box from Greenbrook has cable clamps outside the terminal chamber, which makes it easier to clamp cables and increases the internal space for connector and cables.

The CHOC30A connection box is designed to accommodate any 2 to 30 A terminal strip. A tubular cradle holds the terminal block in the box. A 50/50 box split makes it easy to fit the connector block into the body.

The reversible cable clamps are suitable for power and data cables.

Multiple fixing points are outside the terminal chamber, making fixing much quicker and easier. These fixing points have been designed to that the boxes can be fixed to posts with cable ties.

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