TSPV0 | UL94 V-0 | Strain Relief Plastic Cable Gland For all Types of Unarmoured & Braided / Screened Cables

The TSPV0 is an industrial strain relief cable gland which can be used with all types of unarmoured and braided cables, and has a temperature rating of +100°c to -40°c.

For use in the construction of public buildings including tower blocks, airports, hospitals, stadia, and for essential services including, fire safety systems, rail infrastructure, tunnels and ventilation systems, where halogen-free cables are required.

Features include:

  • Halogen and phosphorus free
  • Extremely flame retardant and self-extinguishing according to UL94 V-0
  • Incorporates CMP’s trusted SOLO technology
  • 3rd party certified to IEC/EN 62444
  • Finger-locking seal provides superior cable retention & strain relief
  • Low weight with high stiffness & strength
  • Widest cable range take for any comparable cable gland
  • Available in a variety of colours (see table to the left)
  • Approved entry thread sealing washer included
  • Polyamide locknut available (ordering suffix 2TN) – delivered assembled

Tightening tools may be required to aid installation. For further information, please click here.

Design Specification IEC 62444, EN 62444 (EN Metric only)
Mechanical Classifications* High impact resistance, contact CMP
Enclosure Protection High impact resistance, contact CMP
Ingress Protection Rating** IP66, IP67, IP68**, IP69 & IP69K
Flame Retardancy Glow Wire Test – EN/IEC 60695-2: 960°C
Flammability Test – EN/IEC 60695-11-10 / UL94: V-0
Cable Gland Material UL94 V-0 Halogen and phosphorus-free flame retardant polyamide
Seal Material CMP SOLO LSF Halogen-free Thermoset Elastomer
Cable Type Unarmoured & Braided (when braid is terminated inside enclosure)
Sealing Technique CMP Unique finger-locking type seal
Sealing Area(s) Cable Outer Sheath

* Mechanical classifications applied as per IEC/EN 62444
** IP68 tested to 300 kPa for 16 hours (equivalent to 30 metres water depth)

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Dual Seal Available Entry Threads 'C'Overall Cable Diameter 'A'Across Flats 'D'Across Corners 'D'Protrusion Length 'B'
Cable Gland OnlyCable Gland with LocknutMetricThread Length (Metric) 'E'Long Thread Length (Metric) 'E'NPTThread Length (NPT) 'E'MinMaxMaxMax
40DTSPV01TA40DTSPV02TNM4012.018.01 1⁄4”
50DTSPV01TA50DTSPV02TNM5012.018.01 1⁄2”
Standard SealAvailable Entry Threads 'C'Overall Cable Diameter 'A'Across Flats 'D'Across Corners 'D'Protrusion Length 'B'
Cable Gland OnlyCable Gland with LocknutMetricThread Length (Metric) 'E'Long Thread Length (Metric) 'E'NPTThread Length (NPT) 'E'MinMaxMaxMax
For NPT threads add a ‘T’ to the suffix e.g. 16DTSPV01TAT (3⁄8” NPT, black), 40DTSPV01TAT1 (1 1⁄4” NPT, grey (silver))
For long metric threads add an ‘L’ to the suffix e.g. 16DTSPV01TAL (M16, black with 15mm length of entry thread).
Dimensions are displayed in millimetres unless otherwise stated.

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Additional Information

BS 6121-1:1989 vs IEC 62444 / EN 62444

Whilst new standards such as IEC 62444 and EN 62444 have more recently been introduced, which CMP Products fully complies with, BS 6121-1:1989 still remains a very important benchmark for users and manufacturers around the world, due mainly to the fact that it is a more onerous construction standard than others published. This will therefore be especially relevant where a national cable gland standard isn’t available. The tables below show the maximum cable entry bore size and tolerances permitted through the range of BS 6121-1:1989 cable gland sizes.

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DIN 40050 Definitions

The following page provides an explanation of ingress protection codes according to DIN 40050-9 (liquids) and IEC 60529 (dusts).

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Safety Standards

It is important that workers are able to operate and act in a safe manner, free from harm, and without risk to or from the environment in which they work, or the tools and machinery that they may operate. In the United Kingdom, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 lays down the general duties of employers, ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’ to protect the health, safety and welfare at work of employees.

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