Stud to Bus Bar – 1 Bolt Clamping manufacturers

Stud to Bus Bar Connection:

This component is designed for connecting a stud to a bus bar. It is intended for vertical takeoff applications, meaning it facilitates the connection of a stud to a bus bar in a vertical orientation.

Clamping Mechanism:

The single-bolt clamping mechanism is suitable for normal requirements. This suggests that it is designed to securely fasten the stud to the bus bar using a single bolt, providing a reliable electrical connection.

Pad and Mounting Holes:

The pads on this component are 1/4" thick, providing a stable and reliable surface for mounting. The mounting holes are to NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) standards, ensuring compatibility and adherence to industry standards.

Mounting Hardware:

Mounting hardware is supplied for attaching bars to the pad of the connector. This hardware would include bolts, nuts, washers, or any other necessary components required to secure the bars to the pad.

Number of Holes in Pad:

The number of holes in the pad can vary, depending on the specific configuration needed for the application. There are options for 1 hole or 2 holes in the pad.

Number of Bars:

This connector is designed for connecting one bar to the pad.

Stud Diameter and Threads:

The stud diameter and thread specifications are important for compatibility with other components in the electrical system. The provided options include:

1/2"-13 threads for one or two holes in the pad

5/8"-11 threads for one or two holes in the pad

3/4"-16 threads for one hole in the pad

3/4"-17 threads for two holes in the pad

These options cover a range of stud sizes and thread types, ensuring compatibility with various types of studs and bus bars.

Approximate Dimensions:

The provided dimensions are essential for ensuring that the component fits within the intended application and can be properly secured and connected:

Fig. No.: 1 (This likely refers to a reference or part number.)

J (in.): 3/8 (This may represent a specific dimension or feature of the component.)

L (in.): 4 (This represents the length of the component.)

M (in.): 1 1/2 (This represents another dimension, likely the width or height of the component.)

T (in.): 1/4 (This may represent the thickness of a specific part of the component.)

These dimensions are crucial for ensuring that the component is appropriately sized and fits into the electrical system as needed.

In summary, the provided information describes a component designed for vertical takeoff applications, specifically for connecting a stud to a bus bar. It includes details about clamping mechanisms, pad thickness, mounting holes, and stud specifications to ensure a reliable electrical connection in various electrical systems.

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