Why is Micro Switch called a micro switch ...
Because it switches uAmps? Not really. It’s more common to switch several Amps. Because of its size? It is quite questionable what is considered big and what is already small. Then why so?
Three Cases for WAGO Splicing Connectors
Let us see 3 typical application examples of WAGO 221 Series. The unbeatable advantages are fast installation, time saving and reliable function. Pull the lever up, insert a conductor and push the lever back down. All done.
High-Voltage, High-Current DC Contactor
Have you ever seen 500 Amps? Have you ever tried to switch them? The DC ones? You can try it now with Kilovac’s EV200HAANA from TE Connectivity.
Screwless connection quickly and reliably
Practically every terminal blocks’ manufacturer already took over the technology and produces screwless terminal blocks and connectors. Our long-term partner, Euroclamp, is not an exception. In addition to the dominant range of traditional terminal blocks and plug-in connectors with screws, they also offer a basic range of screwless terminal blocks and screwless plug-in connectors.
Simple Fuse. Really?
Every electric circuit should be protected against overcurrent. Fuses are the most frequently used solutions. Understanding how they work simplifies choosing the optimal fuse for the application.
Buy One, Get Three
You can get relay Interface Modules of 38 and 48 series from Finder already ready to be used, perfectly matching your application. You do not have to assembly the socket, the relay and EMC/indication modules and thus you save time and money.
FUN but REAL: Declaration after antivandal button test
I’m a proud vandal. I’m observant. I walk with eyes open and I’m not indifferent to new things. I’m a specialist. Electrician. I’m not afraid of electricity. But like everybody else, I also have a soft spot. It’s buttons and switches.
Fans with radically reduced noise and consumption
Think economically. Try a radial fan with the modern GreenTech EC engine from the RADICAL series from EBM-Papst.
Do you know how to say relay in Japanese? … FUJITSU
FUN but REAL: As the Greek gods have their permanent address on Olympus, Japanese gods live on Fuji. And thus it cannot be just a coincidence that our relays are called Fujitsu.
Gold medal for silver for Marquardt
Renowned German manufacturer optimizes the offer of preferred rocker switches.
7 COLOURS of Terminal Blocks
Green, grey, black, blue, red, yellow and orange - using Euroclamp coloured terminal blocks radically reduces the possibility of incorrect connecting of the cables.
UHS-II micro SD 4.0 Card Socket
112L-TDA0 - reliable and cost-effective card socket with transfer capability of 312MB/s from ATTEND.