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Sylvia Else

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This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Sylvia.
 
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Michael Terrell

Guest
On Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 4:52:49 AM UTC-4, Sylvia Else wrote:
This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Sylvia.
Wire Gland.
 
T

Tim Williams

Guest
Gland.

Tim

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Electrical Engineering Consultation and Design
Website: https://www.seventransistorlabs.com/

"Sylvia Else" <sylvia@email.invalid> wrote in message
news:hh7f2rF94khU1@mid.individual.net...
This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Sylvia.
 
J

John Miles, KE5FX

Guest
On Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 1:52:49 AM UTC-7, Sylvia Else wrote:
Any ideas?
"Strain relief" or "cable gland," maybe.

-- john, KE5FX
 
S

Sylvia Else

Guest
On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Tim
Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't remember that all day. Must
be getting old.

Thanks.

Sylvia.
 
W

Winfield Hill

Guest
Sylvia Else wrote...
On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.
My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.


--
Thanks,
- Win
 

Guest
Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in news:r8mcjh0oh8
@drn.newsguy.com:

Sylvia Else wrote...

On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.

My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.
Find and get and use "Pneumatic" tubing fittings. Way more
expensive and usually made of brass, but plenty of plastic versions
too.

But wait! Allied rules!

<https://www.alliedelec.com/product/lapp-group/s2107/70123701/>
 

Guest
Sylvia Else <sylvia@email.invalid> wrote in
news:hh7f2rF94khU1@mid.individual.net:

This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp
the cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the
life of me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Sylvia.
A strain relief. But the type you posted a pic of is a watertight
variety.

So... an IP 67 or an IP 68 Strain relief / pass thru / gland.

<https://www.hawkusa.com/manufacturers/altech/connectors/cable-
gland/5308-921>
 
W

Winfield Hill

Guest
DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno@decadence.org wrote...
Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in news:r8mcjh0oh8
@drn.newsguy.com:

Sylvia Else wrote...

On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.

My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.

Find and get and use "Pneumatic" tubing fittings. Way more
expensive and usually made of brass, but plenty of plastic versions
too.

But wait! Allied rules!

https://www.alliedelec.com/product/lapp-group/s2107/70123701/
Yep, way too large.


--
Thanks,
- Win
 

Guest
On Sun, 3 May 2020 02:26:12 -0700 (PDT), Michael Terrell
<terrell.michael.a@gmail.com> wrote:

On Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 4:52:49 AM UTC-4, Sylvia Else wrote:
This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Sylvia.

Wire Gland.
Or bushing.



--

John Larkin Highland Technology, Inc

Science teaches us to doubt.

Claude Bernard
 
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Lasse Langwadt Christense

Guest
søndag den 3. maj 2020 kl. 16.07.07 UTC+2 skrev Winfield Hill:
DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno@decadence.org wrote...

Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in news:r8mcjh0oh8
@drn.newsguy.com:

Sylvia Else wrote...

On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.

My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.

Find and get and use "Pneumatic" tubing fittings. Way more
expensive and usually made of brass, but plenty of plastic versions
too.

But wait! Allied rules!

https://www.alliedelec.com/product/lapp-group/s2107/70123701/

Yep, way too large.
how small do you need?

https://www.pflitsch.de/en/products/cable-glands/cable-glands-uni-dicht-and-blueglobe/cable-glands-uni-dicht/1534142-cable-gland-uni-dicht-metal-brass-metric-ip68-ip67-m6-m8-m10-m12-m16-m20-m25-m32-m40-m50-m63-m72-m75-m80-m90-m100-m120/
 
J

Jeff Liebermann

Guest
On Sun, 3 May 2020 18:52:41 +1000, Sylvia Else <sylvia@email.invalid>
wrote:

This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.
Pick one from each column:
cable gland
cord feedthrough
wire grip
bundle retainer
tubing strain relief
power entry bushing

As far as I can tell from random searching, most every combination is
in use by at least one company or organization.

Also known as a "connector eliminator" by cost cutting and design
review committees.




--
Jeff Liebermann jeffl@cruzio.com
150 Felker St #D http://www.LearnByDestroying.com
Santa Cruz CA 95060 http://802.11junk.com
Skype: JeffLiebermann AE6KS 831-336-2558
 

Guest
Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in
news:r8mj5u01rkk@drn.newsguy.com:

DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno@decadence.org wrote...

Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in news:r8mcjh0oh8
@drn.newsguy.com:

Sylvia Else wrote...

On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.

My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.

Find and get and use "Pneumatic" tubing fittings. Way more
expensive and usually made of brass, but plenty of plastic versions
too.

But wait! Allied rules!

https://www.alliedelec.com/product/lapp-group/s2107/70123701/

Yep, way too large.
A quarter inch! ? Oh, yo are talking about the fitting itself
being to big a profile on one or the other or both sides of the
barrier.

Then you should simply use the capacitor EMI shielded pass thru
parts!

<https://www.rf-microwave.com/en/tusonix/2499-003-x7r0-101m/feed-
through-capacitor/cp-d02/>

Very expensive from that guy though!
 
J

Jeff Liebermann

Guest
On 3 May 2020 07:06:54 -0700, Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com>
wrote:

> Yep, way too large.

This one is smaller:
<https://www.newark.com/lapp-kabel/53111100/cable-gland-nylon-5mm-m12-x-1/dp/26M7506>
<http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/2124455.pdf>

More smaller:
<https://www.mcmaster.com/8183k5>
Click on part number for drawings.

Which dimension do you consider to be too large? Hole size? Diameter?
Thread?

--
Jeff Liebermann jeffl@cruzio.com
150 Felker St #D http://www.LearnByDestroying.com
Santa Cruz CA 95060 http://802.11junk.com
Skype: JeffLiebermann AE6KS 831-336-2558
 

Guest
Lasse Langwadt Christensen <langwadt@fonz.dk> wrote in
news:d80a8ff7-1f19-438f-bdd2-12b9122e82c0@googlegroups.com:

søndag den 3. maj 2020 kl. 16.07.07 UTC+2 skrev Winfield Hill:
DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno@decadence.org wrote...

Winfield Hill <winfieldhill@yahoo.com> wrote in news:r8mcjh0oh8
@drn.newsguy.com:

Sylvia Else wrote...

On 03-May-20 7:24 pm, Tim Williams wrote:
Gland.

Of course it is. Yet somehow how I couldn't
remember that all day. Must be getting old.

My pet peeve is, you can't find glands for
really small-diameter cables. We're forced
to add a heat-shrink layer or two, and the
whole thing with its nut, etc., ends up way
too large.

Find and get and use "Pneumatic" tubing fittings. Way more
expensive and usually made of brass, but plenty of plastic
versions too.

But wait! Allied rules!

https://www.alliedelec.com/product/lapp-group/s2107/70123701/

Yep, way too large.


how small do you need?

https://www.pflitsch.de/en/products/cable-glands/cable-glands-uni-d
icht-and-blueglobe/cable-glands-uni-dicht/1534142-cable-gland-uni-d
icht-metal-brass-metric-ip68-ip67-m6-m8-m10-m12-m16-m20-m25-m32-m40
-m50-m63-m72-m75-m80-m90-m100-m120/
the first one m6 is bigger than the one I posted at .256
 

Guest
On Sun, 3 May 2020 10:07:58 -0700, Corvid <bl@ckbirds.org> wrote:

On 05/03/2020 01:52 AM, Sylvia Else wrote:
This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?

Since Phil revealed that you're a naturist, the guys in this group are
all over you.


Sylvia.
Most people here have probably already seen a female body. Some will
drool and leer anyhow. She's a better engineer than Phil, or probably
than you.

Is your name really Corvod? Sounds Irish.



--

John Larkin Highland Technology, Inc

Science teaches us to doubt.

Claude Bernard
 
M

mpm

Guest
On Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 4:52:49 AM UTC-4, Sylvia Else wrote:

You can purchase them here:
https://www.elecdirect.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=gland
 
C

Corvid

Guest
On 05/03/2020 01:52 AM, Sylvia Else wrote:
This attachment allows a cable to pass through a panel, and clamp the
cable into position.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oqur05lcxkj8rn/T_cOutside.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5fgijlnfa9rnzw/T_cInside.jpg?dl=0

I know I bought it from an ordinary outlet, but I cannot for the life of
me remember what it's called.

Any ideas?
Since Phil revealed that you're a naturist, the guys in this group are
all over you.

 
C

Corvid

Guest
On 05/03/2020 10:23 AM, jlarkin@highlandsniptechnology.com wrote:
> She's a better engineer than Phil,

Well then, you should have followed up Phil's post with that! He doesn't
frighten you, does he?

> or probably than you.

Don't tell me, tell Phil.
 

Guest
On Sun, 3 May 2020 14:45:07 -0700, Corvid <bl@ckbirds.org> wrote:

On 05/03/2020 10:23 AM, jlarkin@highlandsniptechnology.com wrote:
She's a better engineer than Phil,

Well then, you should have followed up Phil's post with that! He doesn't
frighten you, does he?

or probably than you.

Don't tell me, tell Phil.
Post something about electronics and we'll see.



--

John Larkin Highland Technology, Inc

Science teaches us to doubt.

Claude Bernard
 
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