What exactly are cable connectors used for? Is it just to be able to connect the two cables together? Or is it to make the cables look better when they are connected together? In fact, in the ordinary sense, both of these requirements are required. In a professional level, the purpose of cable glands is mainly to make the lines connected together by the cable glands more complete and continuous after the cables are laid, so that the originally scattered lines become a whole. So, when are cable connectors more used?
1. A large number of line connections
Due to the specialization of some projects, there may be more lines connected together, and the advantage of using cable glands is to make this line complete and effective.
2. Outdoor use
There will be a safe waterproof layer outside the cable. Under no special circumstances, it will actually have a certain waterproof effect. However, there is no waterproof layer at all where the cables are connected. The advantage of using cable glands is to protect the place where the cable is connected to avoid danger due to exposure.
3. Indoor waterproof requirements
When glands are used indoors, for safety reasons, it is still necessary to use the protective device at the connection. The purpose is not only to make the line more complete, but also to improve security.
Simply put, an auxiliary device used when connecting cables is a cable gland. Especially in a humid environment, the cable gland waterproof can effectively waterproof and avoid various dangers such as electric shock.