Angle connectors are often used in medium or large kilns to manage cable runs inside the kiln. The angle connector comes with a bracket for mounting to the kiln wall and a teflon plate with 4mm jacks on one side to connect wood probe cables and cable lugs on the other side to connect in-kiln cables, which are permanently installed at the kiln wall. Having a cable junction box installed on the kiln wall, allows connecting and disconnecting the PK wood probe cables while loading and unloading the kiln. Otherwise long cable runs make handling the cables cumbersome. All in-kiln wiring can be avoided, when using the wireless transmitter / receiver system from Lignomat.
An angle connector is also necessary to mount the EMC holder onto the kiln wall and to make the connection to the in-kiln wiring. The two 4mm banana plugs from the EMC holder fit into the angle connector from one side. On the other side, cables are connected going to the switchbox of the in-kiln monitor or to the measuring box for the kiln control system.
If the EMC holder is used outside a kiln in an air-drying facility, warehouse or storage area, the angle connector is always needed to mount an EMC holder.
In addition, Lignomat offers a mobile station to mount the EMC holder. The station is placed between two layers of lumber in the kiln. If used with the wireless transmitters, the mobile station is truely mobile and there are no cables hanging inside the kiln. With the wireless monitor measurements and drying history can be viewed at any time at the PC.
All in-kiln parts including the angle connector are made from aluminum, stainless steel and teflon to withstand the corrosive air and hot temperatures inside a drying chamber.
For more information please contact Customer Service at 1-800-227-2105.
Lignomat USA Ltd, 14345 NE Morris Ct., Portland OR 97230, USA,
Email: sales@Lignomat.com, www.Lignomat.com