Powerline QC
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Ten 47 Limited Unit 2B Frances Industrial Park Kirkcaldy, Scotland, UK KY1 2XZ Tel:    +44 (0)1592 655725

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+44 (0)1592 655725 • www.ten47.com Index Introduction Sandwich Contact Retention System Integrated Sliding Locking Pin Slide Locking Retention System Part Number Configuration Powerline Cable Connectors Powerline Panel Connectors Environmental Locking Caps / Standard Dust Caps Cable Connectors Dimensions Panel Connectors Dimensions    12- Definitions and Terminology Connector Parameters Connector Rated Current Reference Data for Cable Selection Tools and Data Assembly Instruction Guide    19- Disassembly Instruction Guide

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Typical Applications Keyed “L” slot single pole connectors have become widely adopted in a diverse range of applications and industries. • Power Distribution • Utilities • Electric Vehicles • Railway Equipment • Military Field Power • Mobile Generators • Loadbanks • Back-up Power Systems One of the main features of early designs was the mechanically keying of the connectors to prevent possible connection errors; i.e., a Phase Line cannot be connected into Earth Line, etc. It was evident that several enhancements to existing designs were possible to further improve the product but at the...

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Sandwich Contact Retention System Ten 47 introduce a unique two piece Single Pole 500 amp connector compatible with all industry standard brands. Building on our proven original Powerline connector series with familiar safety features such as mechanically keyed, colour coded insulators and finger proof contacts, the Ten 47 “Powerline QC” range offers many enhancements over existing designs. New innovations include centred contact alignment, low connector mating forces, improved mechanical insulator strength, IP protected retained louvre band and environmental sealing to IP68. In addition...

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Integrated Sliding Locking Pin Line drain connectors are supplied with a spring loaded integral secondary locking release key allowing the operator a quick and easy un-mating process. Integrated Sliding Locking Pin Fixed Locking Pin also available Most versions of this connector format have relied upon the electrical contact being retained within the insulator by means of a plastic dowel/cotter pin. These pins are forced through a mating hole in the Insulator and contact and any re-use of the same pin may adversely affect the IP sealing of the connectors. • The contacts are inserted from...

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Slide Locking Retention System Below, step by step images showing the Slide Locking Retention System in use. Step 1 Cable connectors mated and held in place via the secondary locking pin. Step 2 Release integrated sliding release key. Step 3 Twist to disengage key way. Step 4 Uncouple connectors. Warning – Do not uncouple under load.

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Part Number Configuration (120/150mm² Set Screw with 21–25mm² Gland) CS Connector Style Cable Connector Cable Plug (Sliding Lock) Cable Plug (Fixed Locking Pin) Panel Socket Panel Inlet Contact Termination Set Screw for up to 120mm² M12 Post for up to 500 Amps M12 Post for up to 750 Amps M12 Female Thread 500 Amps M12 Female Thread 750 Amps Insulator Colour Green Blue Brown Black Grey Red Yellow White Key Position Earth Neutral Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Cable Conductor Size (not required for PS/PP) 25mm² 25 35mm² 35 50mm² 50 70mm² 70 95mm² 95 120mm²/ 150mm² 150 Cable External Diameter (not...

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Powerline Cable Connectors Cable Connector (Line Source) Style ”CS” Cable Sockets are typically used as the Live or Supply side of the circuit and utilise a Solid Insulated contact tip to provide IP2X Finger Protection when unmated. “CS” Connectors incorporate a slot that engages with the Locking Pin on both the mating Panel Inlet and Cable Plug connectors. Cable Plug (Line Drain) Style ”CP” “CP” Connectors utilise a spring-mounted contact with a Double Insulated Sleeve that provides IP2X Finger Protection when unmated. The “CP” contact depresses the spring and sleeves to obtain Electrical...

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Powerline Panel Connectors Panel Socket (Panel Source) Style ”PS” Panel Socket Connectors are typically used as the Live or Supply side of the circuit and utilise a Solid Insulated contact tip to provide IP2X Finger Protection when unmated. “PS” Connectors incorporate a slot that engages with the Locking Pin on both the mating Panel Plug and Cable Plug connectors. Female Thread version Panel Plug (Panel Drain) Style ”PP” “PP” Connectors utilise a spring-mounted contact with a Double Insulated Sleeve that provides IP2X Finger Protection when unmated. The “CS” contact depresses the spring and...

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Environmental Locking Caps Environmental caps offer increased protection. Environmental caps are manufactured in high impact Black Acetal with retention line of 1.5mm thick nylon thread crimped with tinplated copper ferrules. In addition to the features of the standard dust cap, they offer IP67 rated sealing and made to fit into keyway to turn and hold in place. Standard Dust Caps CAP–CS CAP–PP Plastic Push/Pull caps are fitted with retention line of 1.5mm thick nylon thread crimped with tinplated copper ferrules. Ideal for indoor or waterproofed cabinets to protect against dus

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Cable Connectors Dimensions Ø8,3±0,1 Cable Plug Cable Socket

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Panel Connectors Dimensions Panel Socket – M12 Threaded Post 29 Panel Socket – Female Thread version Panel Plug

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Panel Connectors Dimensions Panel Plug – M12 Threaded Post 29 Panel Plug – Female Thread version Panel Plug

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Q Ten47    ^Definitions and Terminology Rated Current The current rating of the connector is determined by the conductor size and type utilised. Values are taken from IEE wiring regulations BS7671 Table 4F1A Reference method 12 (cables in Free Air). The quoted values relate to non-armoured Single core, copper stranded cable with Rubber insulation and an operating temperature of 85°C. The de-rated values for ambient temperature are taken from Table 4H2A. Rated Voltage The determined voltage of a connector from which the related operating characteristics are defined. Contact Resistance The...

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