New Line Of Terminal Blocks Meets IEC Standards

May 1, 2001
This new line of screw and screwless terminal blocks with printed circuit, rail and panel mounting options meets IEC standards and specs. Types include Euro-style printed circuit configurations with conventional and de-pluggable options, double-deck

This new line of screw and screwless terminal blocks with printed circuit, rail and panel mounting options meets IEC standards and specs. Types include Euro-style printed circuit configurations with conventional and de-pluggable options, double-deck pc connectors, SMT blocks with solder tabs, fused rail mount blocks, plug and socket sets, transformer connectors, porcelain connectors, and a complete array of covers, mounting and other accessories. Several wire protection designs are available, depending on model. The DS type features a spring steel plate positioned between the screw and the bare stranded wire. Another design for blocks with dual rows provides a barrier in the middle of the metal insert to prevent wires being inserted too far.

Company: AMERICOR ELECTRONICS LTD.

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