Product Spotlight: Passive Interface Modules

May 6, 2009
Several new interface modules are designed for use with PLCs, microcomputers, and control equipment.

Several new interface modules are designed for use with PLCs, microcomputers, and control equipment. The modules come with D-sub connectors; flat-ribbon-cable connectors, with diode arrays; and in versions that let customers add components to fit applications. Sizes range from 9 to 50 positions for the D-sub modules, 10 to 64 positions with the ribbon cable modules, and with 8 to 24 diodes in different circuit arrangements. The component-holder modules hold 4 to 24 components. The modules feature high-density screw-clamp terminal blocks to simplify wiring and the terminals are clearly labeled to insure proper connection.

Automation Systems Interconnect Inc.
Box 1340
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
(877) 650-5160
asi-ez.com

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