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    when entering a panel

    The last question from me for today.

    The whole sentence reads as follows:

    Coax cables are provided with a plug connection when entering a panel, in such a way that coax cables in panels, etc.... are in flexible execution.

    Does "when entering a panel" refer to coax cables and mean that the cables enter a panel?

    Thank you.

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    Re: when entering a panel

    not a teacher

    Does "when entering a panel" refer to coax cables and mean that the cables enter a panel?

    Yes.
    As I understand this, it means that at the point where the cable enters the panel, there is a plug connection.

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