Enhanced Terminal Blocks Ease Connections

May 1, 2001
Usable with any I/O, RS-232 and RS-422/485 cards, the TBxx family of enhanced terminal blocks promises to simplify making complex I/O interconnections. The TB02 32-pin terminal block provides male and female DB37 connectors along with screw terminals.

Usable with any I/O, RS-232 and RS-422/485 cards, the TBxx family of enhanced terminal blocks promises to simplify making complex I/O interconnections. The TB02 32-pin terminal block provides male and female DB37 connectors along with screw terminals. This 4" block includes a 6" section of snap-track for securing the device. It is also available as part of the KT-101 kit that includes a 6', 37-pin male-to-female connector.
Providing 25 pins, the TB04 includes a female DB25 connector and can be ordered in kit form (KT-104), which includes a 25-pin male-to-female cable. The TB05 or TB06 9-pin terminal blocks provide DB9 female connectors and single or dual 9-pin connections, respectively. They are also available in kit form (KT-105/106). Prices: TB02, $39.95 and KT-101, $48.95; TB04, $29.95 and KT-104, $36.95; TB05, $19.95 and KT-105, $28.95; and TB06, $24.95 and KT-106, $43.95.

Company: SEALEVEL SYSTEMS INC.

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