feedthrough terminal

feedthrough terminal

[′fēd‚thrü ′tərm·ən·əl]
(electricity)
An insulator designed for mounting in a hole in a panel, wall, or bulkhead, with a conductor in the center on the insulator to permit feeding electricity through the partition. Also known as feedthrough insulator.
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Feedthrough terminal blocks connect two wires together and are available in sizes suitable for up to 8 AWG.
A second available package type is a fully enclosed, shielded aluminum casting measuring 3.3" X 3.2" X 0.76." Voltage supply inputs and ground connections are supplied through 100 pF feedthrough terminal capacitors.