New Product: Wiring System for Ignitions

March 6, 2008
The CSA-certified EZRail wiring/ mounting system goes from the ignition unit to the coils.

It eliminates hours of wire and conduit cutting in the field and prevents skinned insulation due to long conduit pulls. EZRail takes advantage of standard cables, wiring rails, and integral/flange or off-mounted coils (shielded or unshielded). It can be used in any hazardous or nonhazardous area. Optional bolt-on coil mounting rails give users a reliable means of mounting ignition coils without compromising the integrity of the wiring rail or the ability of the rail to be serviced if necessary.

The system can be upgraded. If coil types are changed from unshielded to shielded or integral, for example, the same wiring rail can be used without modification. The same is true if the coil mounting rail is added later.

Materials include high-quality aluminum extrusions, sealed junction boxes, and military-style connectors and harnesses. All connector back shells are potted and strain relieved.

Altronic Inc.
Trumbull Ave.
Girard, OH 44420
(330) 545-9768
www.altronic.com

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