Exclusive: Wiring solutions simplify connectivity

Twenty-five new products have been added to the array of connectors and components from Lumberg Inc.

04/18/2005



Some 25 new products have been added to Lumberg’s line of connectors and components. All are part of a program that makes available more than 70 in-stock items for next-day shipping.

Twenty-five new products have been added to the array of connectors and components from Lumberg Inc. Additions are part of a suite of wiring solutions said to help standardize application design. Standard and custom products include distribution boxes, cord sets, receptacles, field-attachable connectors, splitters, and taps. Distributed I/O products are available for DeviceNet, Profibus, Interbus, AS-Interface, Ethernet, Ethernet IP, and ProfiNet.

Products include mini, micro, and pico items, such as the mini A body (7/8 in) cordset and mini 4-port distribution box; micro (M12) distribution box with 8 ports, 4-pole plus ground, and IP 68/NEMA 6P rating; and pico (M8) double-ended, 3-pole PVC cordset. All are part of more than 70 product variations in the company’s Fast Track—Industrial Wiring Solutions program that makes items available for next-day shipping. Said to be the first complete standardized connec-tivity program, Fast Track addresses the majority of industrial wiring requirements. Among key program benefits are sealed packaging and intuitive labeling. Company also provides assistance in the specification process.

www.lumbergusa.com/fast

Lumberg Inc.





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