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Industrial Locking-Blade Plugs

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Industrial locking-blade plugs stand up to heavy repetitive use, impacts, corrosive environments, and hot/cold temperatures. They secure when twisted to prevent unintended disconnections. These plugs provide safe electrical connections in harsh applications like plant floors, manufacturing facilities, and mills.

Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

These plugs have terminations with screws that tighten down on conductors to secure and disconnect them.

2 Pole / 2 Blade

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4 Pole / 4 Blade

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Hinged Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Hinged Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations
These hinged plugs open partially to connect and terminate cables. Also known as valise plugs, they require fewer termination screws than standard plugs, allowing them to be quickly wired and assembled. They have screw terminations that tighten down on conductors to secure them.

2 Pole / 3 Blade

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Shrouded Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Shrouded Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

These plugs have shrouds that extend around their opening to cover the pin terminals, deter touch with live currents, and protect against impacts and abrasion. They only mate with compatible shrouded connectors and receptacles. These plugs have screw terminations that tighten down on conductors to secure them.

2 Pole / 3 Blade

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3 Pole / 4 Blade

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4 Pole / 5 Blade

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Locking-Blade Plugs with Ground Continuity Monitoring & Screw Terminations

Locking-Blade Plugs with Ground Continuity Monitoring & Screw Terminations
These plugs with ground continuity monitoring (GCM) identify when they experience electrical issues to protect against fires, shocking hazards, and damage to equipment. They have lights that change colors or turn on/off to signal problems with the device's termination, incoming power, and ground continuity. Their terminations have screws that tighten down on conductors to secure them.

2 Pole / 3 Blade

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3 Pole / 4 Blade

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Locking-Blade Plugs with Spring Clamp Terminations

Locking-Blade Plugs with Spring Clamp Terminations
These plugs have push-in wire terminations where conductors insert and are secured by spring-loaded clamps. Also called back-wired electrical plugs, they terminate conductors faster than screw-terminated plugs and are often used to save time in applications where many electrical plugs are installed.

2 Pole / 3 Blade

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3 Pole / 4 Blade

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4 Pole / 5 Blade

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Midget Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Midget Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

These midget plugs are smaller than standard plugs and can fit into tight spaces and equipment they cannot. They are only compatible with midget locking-blade receptacles and connectors. These plugs have screw terminations that tighten down on conductors to secure them.

2 Pole / 2 Blade

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3 Pole / 3 Blade

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Angled Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Angled Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

These angled, screw-terminated midget plugs have contact pins that position wires 90° from where the plug secures with receptacles or connectors to help save space in confined areas. Also known as right-angle midget plugs, they align cords perpendicular to receptacles and have a more compact profile than standard plugs to help prevent tripping or bumping them. Midget plugs are smaller than standard plugs and can fit into tight spaces and equipment they cannot. They are only compatible with midget locking-blade receptacles and connectors. These plugs have terminations with screws that tighten down on conductors to secure and disconnect them.

2 Pole / 2 Blade

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2 Pole / 3 Blade

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Hinged Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations

Hinged Locking-Blade Plugs with Screw Terminations
These hinged midget plugs open partially to connect and terminate cables. Also known as midget valise plugs, they have screw terminations that tighten down on conductors to secure them. Hinged plugs require fewer termination screws than standard plugs, allowing them to be quickly wired and assembled. Midget plugs are smaller than standard plugs and can fit into tight spaces and equipment they cannot. They are only compatible with midget locking-blade receptacles and connectors.

2 Pole / 2 Blade

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3 Pole / 3 Blade

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Non-Core Industrial Locking-Blade Plugs

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2 Pole / 3 Blade

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