Enhanced terminal blocks simplify wiring connections

05/01/2001



Liberty, S.C. -A new family of enhanced, easy to use terminal blocks for Digital I/O and Serial I/O wiring applications can be used with any I/O card as well as RS-232 and RS-422/485 cards. TB02 Terminal Block offers both DB37 Male and Female connectors along with screw terminals. The combination of Male and Female connectors allows a single 37 pin Male to Female cable to be used to support any Digital I/O and 37 pin RS-422/485 products. TB04 is a 25 pin terminal block. Sealevel also provides 9-pin terminal blocks for serial connectivity. TB05 and TB06 provide DB9 female connectors and screw terminals. The TB05 gives the user a single 9-pin connection, and the TB06 provides two 9-pin connections. The TB06 design connects directly to the onboard ports of dual serial I/O cards.

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