Electrical Equipment & Systems
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Switches and Keyboards withstand harsh environments.
Round Rock, TX 78681
Nov 07, 2003 Using ultrasonic technology, ActiveMetalâ„¢ products sense touch through solid metal. Switches, keypads, and keyboards are vandal-proof, waterproof, and explosion-proof. They are resistant to cleaners and solvents and easily sanitized. Products produce minimal EMI and are suited for Class 1 - Division 1-2, NEMA 12, NEMA 4X, and IP65 enclosures. Front surface of touch area can be flat, contoured for finger indexing, or covered with tactile overlay.
Rocker Switches are environmentally-sealed.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260-3420
Nov 07, 2003
Rated at 15 A @ 125/250 Vac or 30 Vdc, WR series switches have sealed construction that conforms to IP67 of IEC529 standards. Outer housing is constructed of heat-resistant resin that meets UL 94V-O flammability ratings. Available in both SPST and SPDT, they feature black or ivory caps and can be specified with solder lug, screw lug, or wire lead terminals. Dielectric strength is 1,250V AV min between contacts and 3,750 Vac min between contacts and case.
Temperature Transmitters connect to 3-wire RTD probe.
Omega Engineering, Inc.
Stamford, CT 06907
Nov 07, 2003
Series SPRTX RTD 2-wire Transmitters feature hermetically-sealed, miniature signal conditioner built into connector housing. They condition and linearize across dedicated temperature range, providing standard 4-20 mA current output, which can be transmitted thousands of feet from sensor to indicating meter, controller, PLC, computer, data logger, or chart recorder. Units require no field adjustments to achieve ±0.5% FS accuracy.
Transformer monitors low-frequency currents.
American Zettler, Inc.
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 4115
Nov 06, 2003 Low-profile Model ACST-260 Current Sense Transformer monitors up to 30 A at frequencies up to 200 Hz. It provides turns ratio of 1:500, primary to sense, and is constructed with UL-recognized class B insulation system and meets dielectric strength of 3 KV.
Latching Power Relay handles 100 A at 240 Vac.
American Zettler, Inc.
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 4115
Nov 06, 2003 Model AZ2510 SPST Relay features dielectric strength of 4,000 Vrms from contact to coil and 2,000 Vrms between open contacts. It requires 50 msec pulse to either Set or Reset. Single and dual coil versions are available. Coil connections are made via PCB terminals, and power connections are made via heavy, bus-type, rigid terminals with threaded holes. Relay includes manual position indicator, which may be used for manual operation or to drive micro-switch.
Contactors suit constant starting and stopping applications.
Naperville, IL 60563
Nov 05, 2003 Solid State Contactors can turn on industrial motors up to 2 hp, single phase, or up to 5 hp, 3-phase. Maximum Surge Survivalâ„¢ technology and conservative internal SCR design ensure long life when exposed to voltage and amperage surges of motor starting. Clear, finger-safe cover permits additional motor starter MOV to be placed directly across solid state contactor's output, for fourth layer of voltage surge protection.
Switch Modules withstand demanding/hostile environments.
VXI Technology Inc.
Irvine, CA 92614
Nov 05, 2003
VME-based, high-density, hermetically sealed SVM switches are available in solid-state and electromechanical designs and support VME32/64 operation. Intelligent switching features, achieved in hardware, include scan list operation, programmable delays, interrupt driven triggering, and internal confidence checking. Safety interrupt is programmable fail-safe feature. Products address power, DC, signal, and RF applications.
Step-Up DC/DC Converter has Schottky diode and soft start.
Linear Technology Corp.
Milpitas, CA 95035
Nov 05, 2003
Housed in 6-lead ThinSOT(TM) package, LT3461/A combines 40 V, 300 mA (ISW), low VCESAT (260 mV) switch that delivers efficiencies to 84% with onboard Schottky diode and soft-start capability. Using constant frequency and current mode architecture, it operates from 2.5-16 V input voltage. Constant switching frequency of 1.3 or 3 MHz enables low noise operation and use of ceramic capacitors and inductors. It has 2.8 mA Quiescent Current (less than 1 µA in shutdown).
Junction Box is suited for hazardous environments.
EGS Electrical Group
Skokie, IL 60077
Nov 03, 2003 Heavy-duty Type GUB cast iron junction box is suited for pulling or spicing wires or mounting and enclosing electrical devices. UL Listed and CSA Certified, it is built with copper-free cast aluminum protected by corrosion-resistant powder coat finish. Features include precision-threaded flame path between box and cover, Buna-N gasket that seals out moisture and dirt, and cast mounting feet. Cover is available with or without sight glass.
Surface-Mount Fuse has 50 A @ 32 V AC/DC interrupt rating.
Petaluma, CA 94975
Nov 03, 2003 Thin-film, chip fuse USF 0603 measures 1.6 x 0.8 mm, is built according to UL 248-1, and is cURus approved. Suited for sensitive electronic devices that require reliable over current protection, lead-free fuse has legend marking that provides visible indication of ampere rating. Product is suited for hand-held devices such as cell phones, PDAs, laptops, 2-way radios, and digital cameras.
Transformer monitors current in low frequency applications.
Zettler Magnetics, Inc.
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Nov 03, 2003 Model ACST-260 monitors current up to 30 amperes at frequencies to 200 Hz. Constructed with UL recognized, Class B insulation system, unit meets dielectric strength of 3 kV and features turns ratio of 1:500.
High Flow Relay features 1:1 ratio.
Newell, WV 26050
Nov 03, 2003 Type 79 relay uses rolling-diaphragm technology and pilot pressure to control output pressure over range of flow and supply variations. Supply and output ports are available in 3/8, ½, ¾, and 1 in. NPT. Pilot and output gauge ports are ¼ in. NPT. Low-bleed and non-relieving versions are available, as well as tapped exhaust, supply gauge port, and external corrosive-resistant epoxy paint. T79 can be used with supplies up to 400 psig and output range of 0-200 psig.
Explosion-Proof Fixtures suit hazardous locations.
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Nov 03, 2003
Class I Div. 1 explosion-proof, low-profile 380 Series fixtures are available in 2- or 4-lamp configurations with standard- or high-output T12, T8, or T5 lamps in 2 or 4 ft lengths. Designed for wall or ceiling installation, cast aluminum fixtures are available with optional stainless steel guards and/or polycarbonate shields. All models are UL and cUL listed.
Portable Beacon provides night time safety.
Precision Multiple Controls Inc.
Midland Park, NJ 07432
Nov 01, 2003 Model PWL-BH Waterproof Personal Warning Light can be belt worn using nylon hoster or hand held with 8 in. long lanyard. It features 9 LEDs, which flash in 360° pattern and can be seen up to ½ mile away. Magnetic base allows for vertical or horizontal safety marker when affixed to metal surfaces. Two AA batteries provide up to 20 hr of continuous flashing. Two switches activate either red flashing 3 in. section or tungsten flashlight on end of housing.
RF Coaxial Connectors have center contacts.
Peabody, MA 01960 5099
Oct 31, 2003 Suited for military and commercial applications, LC Series connectors feature female with closed-slot center contact and male version with rounded center pin. They are available as straight thru or right angle plugs and female receptacles, and as between series adapters. Rated for 50 ohm impedance, DC to 1 GHz, and 5,000 V, they are constructed with brass body, beryllium-copper female contact, brass male contact, and choice of insulator materials.
Axial Lead Fuse Series saves board space.
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Oct 31, 2003 Measuring 3.6 in diameter x 10 mm long, 600 Series offers voltage rating of 250 V and includes 2 ceramic models designed to IEC 60127-3 standard. Model 676 fast acting fuse has 0.05â€“6.3 A current rating, and 677 time delay fuse has 0.25â€“6.3 A current rating. Versions designed to UL/CSA 248 standard include 2 glass and 2 ceramic models that have respective current ratings of 0.10â€“10 A and 0.10â€“8 A or 0.10â€“5 A.
Cable Assemblies provide I/O solutions on .5 and .8 mm pitch.
New Albany, IN 47151 1147
Oct 29, 2003 High Speed Cable Assembly Systems are made with 38 AWG, low dielectric constant, miniature coax cable and are rated for up to 40,000 cycles. They are suited for cable lengths up to 1 m and small bend radii down to 2.5 mm or less. Solder joints are fully encapsulated, and variety of standard locking and latching options are available.
Hospital-Grade Plug has DEMKO approval.
Oskaloosa, IA 52577-0115
Oct 29, 2003
Interpower(TM) Danish Hospital-Grade Plug, Part No. 88010940, is rated 13 A at 250 Vac. It mates with hospital-grade socket, which is designed with slightly different shaped openings allowing only hospital plug, not standard Danish plug, to protect main circuit in specific medical settings.
Off-On Latching Pushbutton Switches suit harsh environments.
Haverhill, MA 01835
Oct 29, 2003
Available with solder lug or insulated wire lead terminals, IP Series pushbutton switches provide visual indication of switch state with 2-position actuator. Switches mount in 13.6 mm hole and project behind front panel less than 20 mm. They feature shock and vibration resistance, round and square panel bezels, and illumination options. Their IP67 seal is accomplished via internal elastomeric membrane located under actuator. Max current voltage rating is 100 mA at 24 Vdc.
Traffic Manager Chip has 10, 20, and 40 Gbps switch rates.
San Jose, CA 95134
Oct 29, 2003 TeraPacketâ„¢ TN9450 combines traffic management on enterprise, metro, and core networks and switching at rates up to 40 Gbps. Working at wire speed, device provides queuing, scheduling, and QoS management at aggregate duplex speed of 40 Gbps and supports 256 ports or channels. It can be used either as 40 Gbps traffic manager or as complete 40 Gbps switch.
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