New Products for Electrical and Lighting Applications
Fluorescent lighting energy management systems, signal conditioning and relay modules, steel wall plates and terminal blocks.
Fluorescent lighting energy management system is said to be capable of reducing the amount of power consumed and can save retailers money. The system can be used in new or existing fluorescent lighting systems and establishes consistent lighting comfort levels. For more about EnerLume-EM from McBride, click here .
DIN rail mount, signal conditioning and relay modules ignations and 2- to 10-pole configuration, facilitates both time and cost savings. For more about the 857 Series from Wago, click here .
Painted steel wall plates are an alternative to nylon or stainless steel plates, and are available with multiple gangs and in common configurations. The painted plates are made from .031 cold rolled steel with a powder coat finish paint process in either almond or gray colors. The new plates come with a gloss-finish, beveled edge and with packaged painted screws sold either individually or in a carton quantity. The plates are CSA US and CSA certified and can be used on standard NEMA boxes. For more about wall plates from Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems, click here .
Terminal blocks are RoHs compliant and include multiple technology of spring and screw clamp, fixed and pluggable wiring, single and double level, and industry compatible pluggable versions at a low cost. Made with UL 94V0 housings, the blocks feature nickel-plated metal bodies, captive metal parts and are available in sizes ranging from 2 to 24 positions. The pin spacing for the new PCB terminal block offering is from 3.5mm to 10.16mm with all of the standard sizes in between. For more about multiple technology printed circuit board terminal blocks from ASI, click here .
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