Modular Barrier Strips Allow Interlocking Expansion

Oct. 8, 2008
New modular barrier strips employ dovetail interlocking to allow users to create different size strips while stocking only two part numbers. The barrier strips come in two and three positions that can be interlocked to build up to 16 positions without

New modular barrier strips employ dovetail interlocking to allow users to create different size strips while stocking only two part numbers. The barrier strips come in two and three positions that can be interlocked to build up to 16 positions without losing the 0.235-in. centerline spacing. Their dual-barrier design permits access for wire from two sides to give users more flexible wiring options than tri-barrier designs. The UL-recognized strips are rated for 15 A and 300 V. The strips’ thermoplastic housings carry a UL 94V-0 flammability rating. The single-row strips are through-hole soldered and offer standoffs that allow flux and solvents to drain during cleaning. TYCO ELECTRONICS, Harrisburg, PA. (800) 552-6752.

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