|What is the difference between TGB and TMGB?
TGB: Grounding for telecom equipment & networks, protects against shocks.
TMGB: "M" means main or master.Primary grounding for whole telecom system, connects service provider & building's grounding.
|Why do TGB and TMGB have two different aperture sizes?
|The 5/16" aperture is suitable for grounding telecom equipment like routers and switches, using thinner wires for weaker currents.The 7/16" aperture is used with thicker wires to handle stronger currents.Incorrect wiring can reduce the lifespan of it
|What are the main application scenarios for TGB and TMGB?
|A TGB/TMGB is specifically designed for telecom facilities and communication rooms. It ensures proper grounding of telecom equipment such as routers, switches, and cabling, maintaining signal integrity, minimizing electromagnetic interference.
|What is the difference between Telecom Grounding Bar and Electrical Grounding Bar?
Electrical Grounding Bar: Connects electrical equipment in power systems, ensuring proper grounding.
TGB/TMGB: Specifically designed for telecom facilities, grounds telecom equipment, maintains signal integrity, minimizes interference.
|What are the differences between tin plated copper and pure copper?
Tinned: resists corrosion, enables soldering, improves electrical conductivity, and prevents oxidation.
Copper: excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, corrosion-resistant. Preferred for high conductivity applications.
|What is Electrical X-Pro Busbar?
Long-length classic electrical grounding busbar which include and above 32".
Classic electrical grounding busbar are widely used in various applications such as power distribution systems, switchgear, power transformer, motor control, and mechanical equipment.