Mini Quick-Connect™ Assemblies & Accessories

Quick-Connect™ Quick-Lock for Class I, Division 2 Hazardous Locations

The Quick-Connect™ Quick-Lock is a locking safety device for use on size “A” Mini Quick-Connects™ 3 through 6 pole. It can be used with a separate lock for additional security (lock not included) and in non-hazardous locations as a safety lock-out device. Because it makes disconnection impossible, the Quick-Lock serves as a safety device, warning the operator to disconnect the power before removing. Requires a tool for removal or a key when used in conjunction with the Quick-Lock lock. When building cord sets with Quick-Lock for use in hazardous locations, follow the Smart Part No. instructions from the spec sheet below.

TPC Quick-Lock For Hazardous Locations


Ratings/Characteristics

  • UL / cUL Listed
  • For Use In UL Hazardous Locations Class 1, Division 2


Features

  • Provides protection against unintentional separation of cable connection and power source.
  • Quick-Lock requires a tool for removal and is captive to the cable assembly by a tether strap.
  • An installation drawing is included and referenced on the Quick-Lock locking mechanism.
  • Master Lock part no. 84126 to be used with the Quick-Connect™ Quick-Lock for safety lock-out.
  • 1 3/16" (30mm) wide black, vinyl covered body for scratch resistance, made of corrosion resistant materials.
  • 3/16" diameter shackle is 5/8" long and made of hardened steel shackle for extra resistance to cutting and sawing.
  • 4-pin cylinder prevents picking, dual locking levers provide resistance against prying and hammering.
  • Matching colored key head for added convenience, comes with two keys (every lock is keyed differently).


Applications

  • Anywhere an interruption of power will cause a safety issue.


Resources

Product Spec Sheet DOWNLOAD
Build Your Own Cord Sets with Quick-Lock Assembly for Hazardous Locations DOWNLOAD
Wiring Solutions for Hazardous Areas DOWNLOAD

 

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