Terminal blocks line expands: AutomationDirect Dinnector

AutomationDirect has added to its Dinnector line of terminal blocks and accessories. Among the products added are supplementary circuit breaker terminal blocks and sockets.

06/17/2009


AutomationDirect has added to its Dinnector line of terminal blocks and accessories.

AutomationDirect has added to its Dinnector line of terminal blocks and accessories. Among the products added are supplementary circuit breaker terminal blocks and sockets. The blocks are available in



Also available are disconnect terminal blocks in 12 V and 24 V models. Sold in packs of 50, disconnect terminal blocks start at $74.25. Disconnect knife blades are available in packs of 50 for $21.50.



A new series of single and double level plug-in style terminal blocks are sold in packages with 32 blocks and four pin protectors; prices start at $31 for single-level and $45.75 for double-level block packages. New accessories available include end covers, spacers, pin protectors and marking tags, as well as two-pole and three-pole jumpers.



Thermocouple terminal blocks have been added in 50 V and 300 V models. Sold in packs of 50, thermocouple terminal blocks start at $119.



DinConnector line of terminal blocks

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- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering

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