New Products for Electrical Systems

Compact DIN rail mount power suppliesline has been expanded to include seven new compact models.


Compact DIN rail mount power supplies line has been expanded to include seven new compact models. The new offerings include models with 24-volt DC at 0.6 amps, 24-volt DC at 1.25 amps, and the 24-volt DC at 2.2 amps. The new power supplies are Class 2 isolation devices, which means that they do not require ground connections. For more about DIN-rail mount supplies from ASI, click here .

Metal surface raceway addresses customer concerns for capacity, ease of installation and aesthetics, with the following features: classified transition fittings to allow transition to different suppliers’ metal raceway; larger capacity allowing up to 3 Cat. 5,5e or 6 cables; and multi-outlet pre-wired steel system with unique self-designed and self-manufactured 15-amp receptacles. For more about raceways from Bryant, click here .

Patch cords offer a plug design that is said to be snagless, easy to install and offering improved strain relief for outstanding long-term network performance. The devices feature a bootless design and a narrow profile, for when space is at a premium. The patch cords also feature stranded conductors, offering flexibility with no significant electrical or mechanical degradation. For more about SlimLine from Leviton, click here .

Washdown adjustable speed drives have been added to the manufacturers product family. The new drives are rated NEMA 4X and are available from one through 10 hp. The drives are available in open-loop, encoderless and closed-loop vector and servo configurations, with programmable keypads integrated into the covers. For more about the H2 Series from Baldor, click here .

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