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Heavy-duty safety switch line
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ABB: Heavy-duty safety switch line

ABB's new range of safe, modern, and high-performance heavy-duty safety switches offer a complete range of fusible and non-fusible solutions from 30 to 1200 amps.
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Easier connection for compact hybrid motor starters
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Phoenix: Easier connection for compact hybrid motor starters

Phoenix Contact has added its push-in connection technology to the CONTACTRON ELR-H3 and ELR-H5 hybrid motor starter family, reducing insertion forces up to 50% compared with traditional screw termination and requiring no tools for installation.
Current switches to monitor large machines
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NK Technologies: Current switches to monitor large machines

NK Technologies introduces ASXP-LS Current Switches, which combine a current transformer and signal conditioner and are designed specifically for monitoring large loads; they feature electromechanical relay output, external power source, simple field setpoint adjustment and easy installation.
EtherCAT I/O solution for circuit boards
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Beckhoff: EtherCAT I/O solution for circuit boards

EtherCAT plug-in modules from the Beckhoff EJ series offer a highly efficient I/O solution to implement platform concepts in large-scale machine production; these “plug-in” modules feature the performance and functionality of the well-known EtherCAT I/O system, while their efficient design enables them to be directly attached to circuit boards.
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Wago: Compact, surface-mount terminal blocks

Suited for solid-state lighting applications that often utilize metal-core PCBs, including compact or miniaturized LED modules and LED bulbs, Wago’s 2059 SMT PCB terminal blocks series offer an extremely small (2.7 mm high), fast, cost-effective alternative to soldering leads.
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Wago: Terminal blocks with pushbuttons

Suitable for PCB-based LED lighting and industrial electronics, Wago’s 2061 Series SMD PCB Terminal Blocks with Pushbuttons provide connection for incoming power to an LED driver, or for higher power LED modules, and accommodates a broad range of conductors.
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B&R: New generation of display data transmission technology

B&R introduces Smart Display Link 3, the newest generation of its proven technology for digital display data transmission.
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Smart Wire DT eliminates conventional control panel hard-wired complexity
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Smart Wire DT eliminates conventional control panel hard-wired complexity

Eaton's lean connectivity solution combines PLC with HMI on front of panel, while a single flat cable connects all components, eliminating all traditional hard wiring. This simplified approach lowers cost by reducing engineering, assembly, testing and commissioning, while providing on-board diagnostics.
New controller accepts 250 I/O modules
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New controller accepts 250 I/O modules

Wago has introduced a new PFC200 controller that can have up to 250 I/O modules connected to it. Comes with an Ethernet port and an SD card that stores up to 32 gigabytes.
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AutomationDirect: Multi-wire connectors

Designed to maintain reliable electrical connections while providing protection against dirt, moisture and mechanical stress, AutomationDirect’s expanded line of its ZIPport multi-wire connectors and accessories now includes 10A, 16A, and 32B connector sizes, in addition to 3A, 6B, 10B, 16B, and 24B sizes.

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