Tees and splitters for CAN networks, mobile equipment

Minifast splitters and tees by Turck provide voltage monitoring for DeviceNet applications and contain an integrated circuit board as a diagonstic tool.

09/26/2012


Minifast splitters and tees by Turck provide voltage monitoring for DeviceNet applications and contain an integrated circuit board as a diagonstic tool. Courtesy: TurckTurck's 7/8-16UN minifast tees, splitters and in-line diagnostic devices are designed for use in DeviceNet applications, including CAN networks and mobile equipment. Models are available in a standard option for classic DeviceNet use and a voltage monitoring version that contains an integrated circuit board to serve as a diagnostic tool. Voltage monitoring tees and splitters help troubleshoot and prevent downtime with LEDs that report normal, over-voltage and under-voltage conditions. 

The splitters provide parallel wiring, which simplifies installations. The ‘h’ configuration contains a tee connected to the main trunk line with one premolded cable drop, providing a quick, convenient and space-saving way to add additional cabling within the cable tray. The splitters may be specified with any gender; negating the traditional male to female connection requirement. Additionally, the in-line diagnostic devices may be used as gender changers to connect a male to male or female to female cordset.

Designed to accommodate diverse conditions, the minifast splitters and tees can handle up to 30 volts in temperatures ranging from -40 to 105 degrees C. The splitters and tees also feature an IP67 environmental protection rating, providing an ideal solution for voltage trouble spots in harsh conditions.

Turck

www.turck.us 



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