Multiple Cable Cordsets expand number of connections.

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Featuring M12 connectors, multiple cable cordsets are available in models with 1 connector wired to 2 or 3 separate M12 connectors in both male and female combinations. They are molded in PVC, PUR, or special insulation material upon request. Using M12 connector, T-Connector acts as splitter to connect 2 individual cables to distribution box, doubling inputs and outputs. Unit is available in split circuit, parallel circuit, and parallel circuit with LED indication.



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ASI Introduces New Specialty Cordsets and Sensor Connectors



Carlisle, PA - Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc. has announced the introduction of several new multiple cable cordsets and expansion connectors designed to enhance the connectivity in a customer's application.

The multiple cable cordsets feature the popular M12 connectors and are available in one connector wired to 2 or 3 separate M12 connectors in both male or female and combinations of both types. The multiple cable cordsets are an ideal means of expanding the number of connections to each port on a sensor distribution box. The molded cordsets are available in PVC, PUR or special insulation material is available upon request and come in a standard 1 meter length. Special lengths and connector configurations are available upon request.

Also now available is a T connector which can act as a splitter in order to connect two individual cables to a distribution box. Since the distribution box uses two independent signal connections to each port, the user can effectively connect two different sensors to each port doubling the inputs and outputs. The T connector uses the popular M12 connector and is available in split circuit, parallel circuit and parallel circuit with LED indication.

More information including a new brochure, pricing and availability can be obtained by calling ASI toll-free at 877-650-5160. Additionally, you can request information and pricing on special cable lengths by speaking directly with ASI. The website for information on these products and others from ASI is www.asi-ez.com.

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