Electronic circuit devices, 24 V, with remote reset

Multichannel electronics distributor Newark is first to market Weidmuller's new electronic circuit protection devices, which feature remote reset capabilities that operate via the use of an electronic signal.
By Control Engineering Staff November 21, 2008
ESX10-T Series of electronic circuit protection device features selective load protection to prevent complete shutdown of the system, sold by Newark.
ESX10-T Series of electronic circuit protection device features selective load protection to prevent complete shutdown of the system, sold by Newark.

Multichannel electronics distributor Newark is first to market Weidmuller’s new electronic circuit protection devices , which feature remote reset capabilities that operate via the use of an electronic signal.
Combining electronic trip characteristics and active current limitation to allow selective disconnection of loads connected to 24 V dc power supplies, the ESX10-T Series features selective load protection to prevent complete shutdown of the system by disconnecting the faulty path in the event of an overload or short circuit. This eliminates the need to open an enclosure and dispatch repair personnel with risk of exposure to electrical components.
The new circuit protectors are approved for standard and hazardous location (UL Class 1 Division 2) use and operate with any 24 V dc power supply.
“We are excited to team with Newark to introduce this new line of innovative circuit protectors to the market,” said Bruce Hofmann, director of marketing, Weidmuller. “Newark is a great partner for Weidmuller because of their extensive market coverage and broad customer base of engineers”.
Control Engineering
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