Transformer Bracket Fits 35 mm DIN Rail

Nov. 1, 2001
Specifically designed to fit a standard 35 mm DIN rail, the DIN-497 bracket incorporates seven threaded 10-32 mounting holes for use with either a channel frame or ÔLÕ brackets. Used in pairs, and depending on which mounting hole sequence is

Specifically designed to fit a standard 35 mm DIN rail, the DIN-497 bracket incorporates seven threaded 10-32 mounting holes for use with either a channel frame or ÔLÕ brackets. Used in pairs, and depending on which mounting hole sequence is used, lamination stack heights ranging from 0.700" to 2.50" are feasible when using standard-sized ÔLÕ brackets. Constructed of solid aluminum, each bracket has dimensions of 3.75" height and 0.750" width. Assembly to a 35 mm DIN rail is achieved by first securing the transformer to the bracket face and then hooking the bracket over the top part of the rail and then securing the lower part with the 3/32" hex-head set screw. Supplied in pairs, pricing for the DIN-497 mounting brackets is $26.27 in 50-piece quantities. Availability is stock to eight weeks after receipt of order. PREM MAGNETICS, INC., McHenry, IL. (815) 385-2700.

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