Strain-relief systems

June 1, 1997
The STRID95 Strain Relief/Identification Holder for the RF45 Radio Jack accepts twisted-pair or satin cord (round or flat cable) from 4 to 10 conductors. A groove on the boot permits the insertion of a 360-inch slip-on ring with alphanumeric characters. The strid95-100-X kit costs $17.50 and offers 100 strain relief/identification holders with 50 sets of numbers from 00 to 49, while the strid95-200-X costs $35 and offers 200 strain relief/identification holders with 100 sets of numbers from 00 t

The STRID95 Strain Relief/Identification Holder for the RF45 Radio Jack accepts twisted-pair or satin cord (round or flat cable) from 4 to 10 conductors. A groove on the boot permits the insertion of a 360-inch slip-on ring with alphanumeric characters. The strid95-100-X kit costs $17.50 and offers 100 strain relief/identification holders with 50 sets of numbers from 00 to 49, while the strid95-200-X costs $35 and offers 200 strain relief/identification holders with 100 sets of numbers from 00 to 99.

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