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  • KN-Gnn grounding terminals

    KN-Gnn
    Are these 'screw-foot clamp' ground terminals a single-piece plastic, or are they the typical two-piece - fly-apart if you have an itinerant screwdriver type?
    From the 'image gallery,' it seems that they are the two-piece type.
    I am looking for a single-piece plastic, screw-foot clamp ground terminal. I would like to avoid the snap-on clamping foot if possible.


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    If I'm understanding your request, It appears the DN version use a screw for installation. But the media on the page doesn't show any other images.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ridgeline Mach View Post
      If I'm understanding your request, It appears the DN version use a screw for installation. But the media on the page doesn't show any other images.
      That is a third of the requirement, but half of the inquiry above.
      Wire size range is contingent on the first two properties.

      * screw-foot - must provide 'positive' anchorage for grounding - not just a couple spring-loaded glazier points
      * monoblock - must not be susceptible to falling apart during installation/implementation/ !!! or during use !!!
      -- wire size - would like to have a range of wire size capabilities. (earthing/screening/shielding) 24awg to 10awg

      I have looked at other vendor's offerings - still not impressed enough to jump ship.

      For some time I have considered moving away from the from AD's terminal block offerings (well, at least since they introduced the plug-in jumpers.)
      I have a new sheriff, so I have backing in this endeavor.

      @AD:
      Three enhancements could keep me using the usual selection of terminals...
      1. Provide the option of the 'original' screw-in jumper terminals
      2. Provide the 'screw-foot/monoblock' ground terminals
      3. Provide a violet/purple terminal.

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