Manchester, New Hampshire – BURNDY® introduces its BONDIT™ Intersystem Bonding Connector, designed to meet the requirements of NEC2008 250.94 in the 2008 National Electrical Code. BURNDY’s BONDIT Connector allows all ground wires from separate systems such as telephone systems, CATV and radio systems to be tied together at one location to the GEC (ground electrode conductor from the main electrical service).
The BONDIT Intersystem Bonding Connector can work as either a House mount or Meter Socket mount, the only option that offers a solution for both inside and outside the meter socket. In addition, the BONDIT Connector easily mounts to the meter box during new installation, or can be wall-mounted.
Designed with the advice and input of both electricians and inspectors, the BONDIT Connector can be easily installed with just a wrench and screwdriver and will not damage the meter socket. BONDIT incorporates BURNDY’s SERVIT POST™ design. It accepts main ground wire (#2 to #8), and up to four intersystem wires (#6 to #14).
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