LSA systems (connection technology that eliminates the need for soldering, screwing and insulation) are used in communications networks. The ability to insulate, connect and strip the wire in a single operation represents a system-specific advantage which helps save more time during assembly. The LSA connection principle is based on a cut-and-clamp contact featuring a scissor-like design. A standard insertion tool is used to push the wire, which has not yet been cut to the required length and remains insulated, into the cut-and-clamp contact. Here, the design of the cut-and-clamp contact partially separates the cable and insulation, and then forms a gas-tight surface contact with the copper conductor.
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