Enphase ET-TERM-1 Branch Terminator for M215, Quantity 1
One terminator needed per branch circuit ET-TERM-1 (quantity 1)
Terminate the far end of the Engage Cable as follows: a. Remove 60mm (2.5 inches) of the cable sheath from the conductors. b. Slide the hex nut onto the Engage Cable. c. Insert the Engage Cable all the way into the wire organizer (up to the stop). d. Bend the individual wires back into the recesses in the wire organizer so that they angle back toward the cable. e. Cut the individual wires so that no excess extends outside of the wire organizer. The portions that angle back will need to extend enough to fit neatly into the 0.5 cm (0.2 in) recesses in the wire organizer and flush with the edge of the cap. f. Screw the hex nut onto the cap. Never unscrew the hex nut as this can twist and damage the cable. g. Hold the cap with an Enphase disconnect tool, or insert a #2 Phillips screwdriver. h. Use a 24mm (7/8 inch) wrench to tighten the hex nut until the latching mechanism is screwed all the way to the base. i. Use a tie wrap or cable clip to attach the cable to the PV racking, so that the Engage Cable and terminator do not touch the roof. j. Ensure that all cabling is located underneath the PV module.
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