AE blueglobe D-TRI HTS glands - glands developed for high voltage electrical systems in vehicles

2023-12-08
AE blueglobe D-TRI HTS glands - glands developed for high voltage electrical systems in vehicles

The rapid development of electromobility imposes very high standards for safe cable routing in high-voltage electrical systems. Engineers must protect themselves against the dangers associated with high currents and the strong electromagnetic noise that are generated. Pflitsch is the leader in solutions to overcome such problems.


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    If you are wondering how to safely seal wires in electric vehicles in such a way as to:

  • effectively shield electromagnetic noise,
  • conduct strong currents,
  • contact with the screen was reliable,
  • use as few different types of glands as possible for different cables,
  • installation was as simple and quick as possible,

    AE blueglobe D-TRI HTS glands will provide you with:

  • great reduction of EMC interference,
  • ability to conduct currents over 100 A, including up to 380 A for 15 minutes and 200 A for an hour,
  • secure screen contact, even with strong vibrations,
  • easy, quick and repeatable installation of the screen,
  • large throttling range,
  • great tightness and resistance to high temperatures.

    These glands also feature:

  • the cable gland is made of nickel-plated brass,
  • made of bronze screen spring,
  • variant with two bronze springs,
  • thread size M25,
  • cross-section of cables up to 70mm2,
  • IP 68, IP 69 class.

    AE blueglobe D-TRI HTS cable glands will be used primarily in:

  • inverters,
  • drives,
  • battery systems,
  • DC converters,
  • vehicle heating systems,
  • vehicle air conditioning systems,
  • PDU power distribution units.




Other EMC glands that use a spring-shaped screen (TRI) are:

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