Electronic Component Housings Accommodate 24 Connection Points

May 1, 1999

The ME family of electronic component housings is used primarily by manufacturers of instrumentation devices such as signal conditioning modules, interface modules, interface modules, gas detection or sensors and level measurement or any type of monitoring and measuring equipment. Housings offers generous room for pc boards and their components, while accommodating up to 24 connection pins.Units measure 4.50" in height and are available in four widths of 12.5 mm, 17.5 mm, 22.5 mm and 35 mm. Features of the housings include: fixed or pluggable terminations; optional grounding equipment; metal mounting foot; metal board extraction locks; and open or closed ventilation slots.

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