Mencom announces the ILME CSH Series “SQUICH” tool-free inserts

ILME SquichMencom CSH Series “SQUICH” spring terminal rectangular connectors offer ease of use and cost savings on any harsh manufacturing floors and rugged industrial environments by providing quick-connect solutions for a variety of production machinery. Each of the spring terminals has an actuator button incorporated in the cavity. When this button is pressed with a finger, it triggers the closure of the spring device of the corresponding terminal, safely and reliably connecting the conductor to its respective electric contact in the connector. To reopen the terminals, simply insert the tip of a common flat blade screwdriver in the pocket on the actuator, and using a levering motion, gently press the screwdrivers downwards. This will lift up the actuator back to the “open terminal” position. CSH series “SQUICH” is available in 6, 10, 16, 24, 32 and 48 pole configuration.

The cabling time of the SQUICH connector can be 50% quicker than the screw-type connection and 20% quicker than the conventional spring-type connection, and CSH connector inserts can be mated with the corresponding inserts of series CNE, CSE, CCE, CTE, CTSE, CN, CT and CSS. They also offer gastight connections to meet the needs found in some hazardous and controlled production environments.

The CSH series “SQUICH” offers the following advantages:

• Reduced cabling time
• No need for tools
• Quick identification of cabled and non-cabled terminals
• Terminals already opened for conductor clamping
• Possibility to use wires with or without ferrule of up to 2.5mm

Please visit www.mencom.com for more information.

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