Ellis 1A-17N Aluminium Cable Clamps

Ellis 1A-17N Aluminium Cable Clamps

Ellis Cable Clamps

Single Cable Clamps & Cleats

Ellis 1A-17N single hole cable cleats are manufactured by Ellis Patents from aluminium and are generally used to cleat, clamp and support LV Low Voltage power cables in dry industrial or outdoor unpolluted applications – for cable installations in harsh, hazardous area and medium/high voltage (MV-HV) applications refer to stainless steel cable cleats for excellent corrosion resistance and the highest levels of short circuit fault protection.

Ellis Patents 1A-17N cable cleats are suitable for securing single-way power cables between 38-46mm overall cable diameter – the one hole cable clamps are tested in line with IEC61914 International Standard “Cable Cleats for Electrical Installations”.

1 Hole Aluminium Cable Clamps form part of the Ellis Patents range of single cable cleats – also available as aluminium 2 hole single cable clamps to suit armoured/unarmoured cables with an overall cable diameter between 38-168mm.

Ellis Cable Clamp 1A-17N

Technical Specification

  • Cable Clamp Diameter Min 38mm
  • Cable Clamp Diameter Max 46mm
Ellis 1A-17N Aluminium Cable Clamps

Ellis 1A-17N Aluminium Cable Clamps 38-46mm

Ellis patents 1A-17N Clamp Dimensions

  • Width 71.3mm
  • Height 58.0mm
  • Clamp Depth 41.4mm
  • E 12.9mm
  • 1 x M 10 Clamp Fixing Holes
  • Weight 121g

SINGLE CABLE CLEAT SELECTION TABLE

Specification details for Ellis Patents 1A-17N Aluminium 1 Hole Single Cable Clamps for single cable applications:

Cable Clamp Part Number Min Dia (mm) Max Dia (mm) W (mm) H (mm) D (mm) E (mm) Clamp Fixing Holes Pack Qty Weight (g)
1A-17N 38 46 71.3 58.0 41.4 12.9 1 x M10 1 121

Ellis 1A-17N Aluminium Cable Clamps

1 Hole Single Cable Clamp Installation Instructions
Position the collar and the 2 screws (not supplied) on the stand Install the cable Place the other half of the clamp. Secure with 1 screw and 1 washer (not provided) and tighten Do not overtighten the cable clamp. The clamp must be in contact with the cable but it does not have to be so tight that the cable is bulging each side of the lining.
1. Position the cable clamp and the 2 screws (not supplied) on the stand 2. Install the cable 3. Place the other half of the clamp. Secure with 1 screw and 1 washer (not provided) and tighten 4. Do not overtighten the cable clamp. The clamp must be in contact with the cable but it does not have to be so tight that the cable is bulging each side of the lining.

 

Ellis Patents

See Ellis Patents for further details about cable cleats for LV-HV cable support and retention.