Knife Disconnect Terminal Blocks enable safe circuit testing.

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Used to open up circuit while inserting meter for testing, UL-approved ASI knife disconnect terminal blocks allow control loops and current transformer circuits to be inspected under zero voltage conditions. Knife disconnect is color-coded orange to provide visual indication of position. Suited for use in measurement, regulation, and control systems, models ASIUK5MTPP and ASIUDK4MTKPP are rated up to 15 A @ 600 V and have wiring capacity of 22-12 AWG or 30-10 AWG.



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Knife Disconnect Terminal Blocks



Mechanicsburg, Pa- Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of their new knife disconnect terminal blocks. Disconnect terminal blocks are continuing to become more popular in measurement, regulation and control systems because they allow for the quick and safe, open testing of circuits. With the ASI knife disconnect terminal blocks, control loops and current transformer circuits can easily be inspected under zero voltage conditions. The ASIUK5MTPP and ASIUDK4MTKPP have a current rating up to 15 amps at 600 volts and a wiring capacity of either 22-12 AWG or 30-10 AWG. The knife disconnect is color-coded orange to provide a visual indication of position. Knife disconnect terminal blocks are used to open up the circuit while inserting a meter for testing, such as in process control systems.

The new, UL approved ASI knife disconnect terminal blocks are part of a new line of Phoenix Contact® Equivalent terminal blocks. These blocks are identical in color, design, dimensions, materials and specifications. Customers now have a true "equivalent" source and can save 30% to 50% and more by specifying the new equivalent terminal blocks and accessories at www.asi-ez.com.

More information including a new catalog, pricing, and availability can be obtained by calling ASI toll-free at 877-650-5160 or by visiting their website at www.asi-ez.com.

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