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ODU reveals time saving ODU-MAC RAPID

Posted 12 January 2021 · Add Comment

ODU UK has revealed that its ODU-MAC RAPID modular connector with spindle locking and practical, space-saving locking mechanism based on a simple rotary movement, is providing faster and easier assembly.

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The ODU-MAC RAPID modular connector is proving especially popular in measuring & testing technology and other industrial applications. Now, in addition to the existing version, this housing is also available in a smaller connector in size 2 and in black or white.

As a result of its two-part shell, the ODU-MAC RAPID is quick and easy to assemble. Cable routing is simplified by the fact that the housing remains open during cable assembly and can be reopened later, meaning subsequent adjustments can be easily carried out, resulting in time savings of up to 50%.

Also, strain relief can be created for each individual strand by attaching them on the optional grid plates, ensuring increased durability and stability.

The cable outlet can be adapted to suit the application and no special tools are required. It can simply be cut with a knife.

This housing lets the user create a flexible system, with a high degree of freedom and customisation, whilst also saving time.


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