Tool - Free Nickel Color Brass Grip Lock Cable Grippers With Steel
Hook For Suspend LED Panels
Our Brass Cable Grippers are mostly used in housing fits into
lighting fixtures, signs,
suspended ceilings and many more different applications.
It provides instant tool less height adjustment for drop ceilings,
light fixtures, displays, signs.
Our various coupler and cable gripper styles allow for vast number
of hanging installation selection.
This cable gripper with hook can be used to hang panels,
The cable exits out the side of gripper.,hook (included) threaded
(M4) into bottom of gripper.
No safety nut. Overall 42mm height (with hook).
|2. Size||Φ9*20mm / Customized|
|3. For use with Cable||Ø1.0~Ø1.2mm|
|4. Finishing Color||Nickel / Customized|
|5. How it works|
Insert the cable into the plunger and slide the gripper to the
desired position. Where it stops it locks.
To re-adjust, simply depress the plunger with your fingertip and
move the gripper to a new position. Release the plunger to lock.
The 3-ball gripping mechanism is spring-loaded and allows the
gripper to move freely up the cable. It cannot move down unless the
plunger is depressed.
While there is any weight at all on the gripper, the plunger cannot
be depressed. An optional “safety nut” or “safety cap” can be added
to completely lock the mechanism in both directions. The Greater
The Weight, The Stronger It Grips.
|6. Safe Working Load||20KG,depends on the cable diamter work with|
How to Install the Cable Grippers?
Except for the ceiling attachments, our cable grippers are all
fitted in the same way and once installed,
the full load is attached to the holder and will no longer move.
The cable in the ceiling attachments is held in with a stop
ferrule, in all theothers there are
ball bearings which grip the cable.
To installthe Grips,gently depress the spring-loaded plunger (the
pipe sticking out of the cable holder)
and insert one end of the cable into it.
Some of the our grippers have a screw nut over the plunger. Where
these are present,undo the screw
nut completely before depressing the plunger.
Thread the cable through the holder as required,but at least far
enough to be able to
clearly see it protrude from the other end of the holder.
Release the plunger to attach the load.The cable is gripped by ball
bearings inside the fitting.
Once the holder is in the desired position, if it has a safety-nut,
screw it down as
far as possible by hand (do not use tools).
To adjust,simply reverse the procedure:completely unscrew the
press the spring-loaded plunger with your finger.Move the holder up
the cable as required.Screw the nut back again.