46 in stock

• Socket on bottom fits with snaps for mats.

• Flat Profile has two banana jack sockets to plug coil cords into.
• 15 Foot Grounding Cable ends in an eyelet to screw Common Point Ground directly into the ground line in an electrical outlet.


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ProfileFlat Profile with Two Receptacles for Banana Jacks
Grounding Cable Length15 Feet
Grounding Cable InsulationPolyurethane / PVC
Ground Cable TerminalEnds in #10 Ring Type to Screw into Electrical Outlet
Ground Cable Surface ResistivityStatic Dissipative
Resistor1 Meg Ohm
Snaps Into10mm Snap Installed on Mat
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Physical DimensionsWidth Across: 1 1/2 inches
Depth: 1 inch
Height: 1/2 inch

Installing Common Point Grounds onto Anti Static Mats

Common Point Grounds come with a 10mm diameter socket built into the bottom to plug into a 10mm diameter snap installed on an anti static mat.

Connect Common Point Ground to ESD Mat

After the 4715 Series is connected to an anti static mat connect an ESD Wrist Strap to the Common Point Ground.

There are two sockets (banana jack receptacles) for two wrist straps to be connected.

Connect Common Point Grounds to Electrical Outlets

Electrical outlets typically are the best ground in any building because they follow the piping to the Earth’s electrical field underneath the building.

Diagram of How a Common Point Ground balances charge

To connect the common point to an electrical outlet screw the #10 Ring Terminal on the end of the cable into an electrical outlet. (The #10 Ring Terminal fits a standard US electrical outlet).

It’s recommended you have grounding attached for every 5 feet of mat.

* Mats should not be “daisy-chained” together.

Common Point Grounds are Static Dissipative

Made of polished polyurethane (PU) the cord insulation itself is static dissipative.

1 Meg Ohm = 1 x 106 Ohms

ESD Resistance Chart for Common Point Ground

A 1 Meg Ohm Resistor is built inside the cord to slow down an electrostatic discharge event (ESD) from a highly charged ungrounded surface from discharging instantaneously through the cord.

Typically a 1 Meg Ohm Resistor slows down an electrostatic discharge (ESD) a few more milliseconds than if it were not present.

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