conduit fitting

conduit fitting

1.An accessory for a conduit, 1 system, such as a bushing or an access fitting.
2. In an electrical conduit system, an accessory such as an access fitting or bushing.
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David Alliband, Belimo's product manager, said: "Sensors from Belimo deliver reliable and accurate readings; the sensor enclosure design also features a modular conduit fitting and a plug-in terminal that installers and technicians will love."
* Connection to any standard sensor via a conduit fitting cable gland or M12 connector.
With the addition of an integrated conduit fitting, the 1/2-in.
The flush cover has knockouts of 1 1/4" and 2" in the center to mount a conduit fitting if flexible conduit is used for transition to the furniture.
Additionally, the sensor is designed with a 1/2" NPT conduit fitting at the electrical connection.
Sensor lead wires exit through a radially mounted 1/2-14 NPT male threaded conduit fitting for easy attachment to an explosion-proof junction box as well as rigid or flexible conduit.
Adaptaflex (Aurora, IL) has introduced the Adaptalok ATS range of conduit fitting, a 1-piece, molded fitting ideal for wet or dry conditions.