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A strain relief clamp can be provided for a commercially available connector block by relieving the connector block on each end and forming the uprights of a U-shaped support to conform thereto.
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Strain Relief Clamp
A strain relief clamp can be provided for a commercially available connector
block by relieving the connector block on each end and forming the uprights of a
U-shaped support to conform thereto.
Referring to the figure, connector block 1 is relieved at ends 2 on the bottom
surface an amount equal to the thickness of depending arms 3 of the U-shaped
clamp. Each of the arms is bent to conform to three sides of the connector block
ends and provided with holes 4 to accept the block fasteners 5. The base
portion 6 of the clamp is formed with a pair of threaded holes 7 to accept screws
which hold the supplemental clamping bar 8 and retain the conductors (shown in
phantom). The surfaces of both the clamp and bar may be covered with
insulation, if desired.
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