Contact Suspension Units - Penny Engineering Ltd

Contact Suspension Units

Contact suspension units combine robust construction with simple and reliable operation. When the light is in its raised and operational position the contact suspension unit automatically makes electrical circuits and engages “mechanical lock” consequently relieving the winch, pulleys and wire rope from tension.

Unlocking the unit to lower the light for maintenance automatically breaks electrical circuits therefore no live cables are lowered with the fitting.

Our contact suspension units can accommodate loads from 5KG-560KG with a maximum of 9 electrical contacts + earth feeding the luminaire. Just check out our animated video below to see exactly how the units operate.

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  • Makes/breaks electrical lighting feed when raising/lowering
  • Engages mechanical lock
  • No live cables are lowered with the light fitting. Light fitting is fully isolated for maintenance at low level.
  • Mechanical lock acts as a secondary support to the light fitting when in upper raised position, consequently relieving the winch, pulleys and wire rope from tension.
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  • Units can accommodate loads from 5KG-560KG
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