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Lex to Launch EverGrip™ at LDI

Lex to Launch EverGrip™ at LDI

Everyone in the entertainment technologies industry know that November means LDI. They also know that LDI means that Lex Products, winner of the ESTA Product of the Year award in the widget category for the past 6 years running, will show up in Orlando with something big up their sleeve. For 2009 that something big is EverGripâ„¢, and it will change the way you think about multi-cable.

Lex teamed up with America's top rental houses to develop a product that would solve the ubiquitous problem of pushed pins and broken conductors in multi-cable assemblies. The resulting solution is EverGrip maintenance-free molded multi-cable assemblies. EverGrip connectors are overmolded, meaning they go through two separate EverGripmolding processes that makes them exceptionally tough, remarkably safe, and maintenance free.

The core of EverGrip is a polypropylene premold that encapsulates the contact and wires, meaning the possibility of pushed pins is eliminated and the ground ring cannot loosen.

A Santopreneâ„¢ overmold doesn't just look nice – it provides superior flex and strain relief. The solid molded construction is impact resistant and covers all aspects of the connector, even the locking ring. This means total surface insulation when the devices are mated. An optional weatherproof cover is offered to protect female connectors from weather, dust and dirt. Together, all of EverGrip's advantages can double the flex life of your assemblies, saving you both time and money.

We're so confident of EverGrip's superior reliability that we're offering a 5 year limited warranty – an unprecedented offer for multi-cable.

Click here to download the EverGrip data sheet or come see Lex at LDI November 19-21 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL at booth #1157 to see EverGripâ„¢ for yourself.

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