Wire basket latch

Cope Wire-Basket Quick-Latch® offers user-friendly cable management

06/23/2017


Cope has announced the release of the new Wire-Basket Quick-Latch®, designed to reduce labor in cable management. Though the typical Cope Wire Basket design comes with a pre-attached splice plate, multiple field cuts or manufacturing fittings can leave perfectly usable pieces of Wire Basket without any splice bar. Using the Quick-Latch is a great way to utilize these pieces and eliminate cost, labor, and time when splicing these parts together.

Quick-Latch’s one-size-fits-all design reduces confusion and the need for additional parts. Sold individually, the Quick-Latch is most often used in sets of two.

The Quick-Latch is UL approved as a grounding path with use of the CAT-GCs on either side of the splice, if the cable tray is being used as an EGC. Though applicable to any wire basket application, the Quick-Latch is particularly useful in data centers and rooftop applications.



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