Junction box with stainless steel ports

Turck's passive junction boxes with stainless steel ports are available in 4-, 6- or 8-port configurations and have one to two discrete signals per port capability to help plants integrate multiple devices into one unit.

11/23/2014


Turck's passive junction boxes with stainless steel ports are available in 4-, 6- or 8-port configurations and have one to two discrete signals per port capability to help plants integrate multiple devices into a single unit. Courtesy: TurckTurck's passive junction boxes with stainless steel ports are designed to help plants integrate multiple devices into one unit, and consolidate the number of cables on the plant floor. The newly designed stainless steel M12 port connections allow the junction boxes to be used in harsh environments. Turck's passive junction boxes are available in 4-, 6- or 8-port configurations, with one or two discrete signals per port capability, so plants can consolidate multiple discrete devices in an area to one product. Discrete signals can be inputs or outputs from the controller; each box includes port and unit labels, and integral homerun cables. The passive junction boxes can be used in a variety of industrial and factory automation applications. They are available in PNP LED, NPN LED, and no LED options. The junction boxes are certified for temperatures -40 C to 85 C.

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