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EXAIR: HazLoc Cabinet Coolers Approved for Class I Div 1


Cincinnati, OH — EXAIR’s new Hazardous Loca- tion Cabinet Cooler® systems have been set apart from the competition by achieving the UL classi- fied designation for Div 1 environments. They have been tested by UL and passed the stringent requirements for use upon classified purged and pressurized electrical enclosures within Class I Div 1, Groups A, B, C, and D; Class II Div 1, Groups E, F and G, and Class III environments. The cooling capacity of up to 5,600 Btu/hr is excel- lent for electrical enclosures with problematic overheating. They are CE-compliant and available for NEMA 4 and 4X enclosures. EXAIR HazLoc cabinet coolers circulate 20°F (–7°C) air inside the enclosure to prevent high-


temperature faults. They mount in a standard electrical knockout, while keeping the NEMA 4 or 4X rating of the enclosure. Cabinet cooler systems include an auto drain filter separator to ensure no moisture passes to the inside of the electrical en- closure. An optional thermostat control minimizes compressed air use and keeps the enclosure at ±2°F (±1.1°C) of the setting. EXAIR’s full line of cabinet cooler systems


Hazardous location cabinet cooler. TM


are available for NEMA 12, 4 and 4X enclosures from 275 to 5,600 Btu/hr and are UL-listed and CE-compliant with no moving parts to wear out. Applications include cooling control panels, PLCs, microprocessors, fractional HP variable frequency


drives and robotics. Contact: EXAIR Corp., 11510


Goldcoast Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45249 % 800-903-9247 fax: 513-671- 3363 E-mail: techelp@exair.com Web: www.exair.com/hazloc.htm


4 Interchangeable Lenses 1 Innovative Magnifying Lamp


Interchangeable Magnification


OCC: Robust Fan-Out Kit for Small O.D. Fiber


Roanoke, VA — As the number of in- door and outdoor fiber optic network installations continues to proliferate, particularly with mobile broadcasting applications, the need to terminate high-density, small-O.D. fiber cables into multiple individual terminations is becoming more common. To meet that need, Optical Cable Corporation (OCC) has introduced customizable fan-out kits designed for the point-to- point cabling of multiple fiber strands for a variety of applications, including audio production, video production, satellite uplink connections, and data networks. The forge fan-out kits, which


26501-LED-INX


may be self-installed or factory prein- stalled on a cable assembly, enable the installation of stripped cable fibers to be secured individually into modular fan-out insert pucks, each of which has up to 4 ft (1.2m) of furca- tion tubing pre-secured in the puck housing. This kit was developed to provide a very robust way of break- ing out the individual fibers within a cable to single connectors while maintaining the physical strength of the cable — as opposed to having ex- posed bare or buffered fiber. The forge fan-out kit is specifi-


(2.25x Magnification)


26501-INX-RL5D 5 Diopter Lens


26501-INX-8L5D 8 Diopter Lens (3x Magnification)


cally designed to reduce the degree of difficulty in making individual fiber terminations and reduce the possibil- ity of making faulty connections. The two-piece clamshell housing design minimizes the risk of damaging fibers during installation process, while maximizing the protection of the fibers. With 4-, 6-, 8-, 12-, and 24-fiber


26501-INX-RL12D 12 Diopter Lens (4x Magnification)


Email | sales@aventools.com (4.75x Magnification)


26501-INX-RL15D 15 Diopter Lens


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models available, this new kit also pro- vides a broader range of fiber counts to meet specific needs. Configurations are available either with all tubes in yellow, orange, or aqua to indicate the fiber type, or with each tube a unique color, per TIA color code, to aid in


quickly identifying fibers. Contact: Optical Cable Corp.,


Phone | 734.973.0099


5290 Concourse Drive, Roanoke, VA 24019 % 800-622-7711 E-mail: info@occfiber.com Web: www.occfiber.com


June, 2019


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