rail clip

rail clip

[′rāl ‚klip]
(civil engineering)
A plate that holds a rail at its base.
A device used to fasten a derrick or crane to the rails of a track to prevent tipping.
A support on a track rail, used for holding a detector bar.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To evaluate the stresses induced a standard MK-III elastic rail clip was used and the 3D model was developed in PRO-E software as per the drawings.
The devices offer versions with an enclosed fan or with a U-channel in a 5" x 8" x 1.57" enclosure, both of which can include a DIN rail clip. The PMMK450 supplies meet UL 6061 and EN 60601 specifications.
In addition to chassis mounting, an optional DIN rail clip or 6U subrack plate are available.
A new mounting rail clip also makes installation quicker and easier.
The rugged design features removable terminal blocks to simplify wiring and a metal spring-loaded DIN rail clip for easy insertion or removal in panels.