HARRISBURG, Pa. – Tyco Electronics Corporation has introduced UTILUX copper compression terminals and splices. The product line is ideally suited for secondary power distribution in buildings, power plants, electrical equipment, as well as many other industrial and commercial applications. UTILUX copper compression terminals and splices are installed with industry standard tooling and are color coded per industry standards.
The product line is made from high conductivity, seamless ETP copper for optimal electrical and mechanical performance. It is precision heat-treat tempered for enhanced crimping performance. Each terminal and splice is tin plated for corrosion resistance.
The product line is compatible with cable ranging from 6AWG to 1,000 MCM and accommodates termination with compact, compressed, or stranded copper conductors. Single-hole terminals are available with a standard or long barrel. Additionally a two-hole, long barrel terminal is available and accepts 4AWG to 1,000 MCM. UTILUX copper compression splices also accept 6AWG to 1,000 MCM and accommodate concentric, compact, or stranded copper conductors. UTILUX terminals and splices are rated for up to 35 kV.
Samples of UTILUX copper compression terminals are available in limited quantities. Additionally, point-of-purchase merchandising displays are available for electrical distributors.
For more information on obtaining point-of-purchase collateral, contact Mike Martini at 919-557-8465.
For all other inquiries, contact Tyco Electronics at 800-327-6996 or send emails to: [email protected].
Tyco Electronics is a leading global provider of engineered electronic components, network solutions and wireless systems, with 2006 sales of $12.7 billion to customers in 150 countries. We design, manufacture and market products for customers in industries from automotive, appliances and aerospace and defense to telecommunications, computers and consumer electronics.
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