Outdoor Enclosures

1400 Series Cable Caps

These neoprene or TPR caps seal off open cable ends. Caps with air valves retain a nominal air pressure of five to fifteen pounds. The adjustable stainless steel band clamps ​enable caps to be used effectively on cable .250 inches (6.35mm) to .500 inches (12.70mm) smaller than the cap’s inside diameter. All caps are 4.0 inches (101.60mm) long.

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Product areas of focus: DC Power Systems, Outdoor Enclosures
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Product areas of focus: Outdoor Enclosures

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