ASI introduces miniature terminal blocks that are equivalents to Phoenix Contact
Along with a new line of miniature terminal blocks, ASI also offers Micro Miniature ASIMT1.5 series and Double Level Miniature ASIMBKKB series Terminal Blocks to satisfy other application needs. The complete new line of terminal blocks has been modeled off the Phoenix Contact line of terminal blocks. ASI terminal blocks are molded with the same UL94V0 material and the metal bodies are a nickel-plated copper alloy to insure quality and reliability in all conditions. The new family of equivalent terminal blocks features the same color, design, dimensions, specifications and materials.
Customers now have a true equivalent source and can save 30% to 50% and more by specifying the new equivalent terminal blocks. On the website there is a complete electronic cross-reference to Phoenix Contact, Weidmuller and Allen Bradley along with prices and specifications. In addition, ASI provides rail assembly services to those companies that would prefer to purchase a fully completed rail assembly. The EZ Rail software program assists the customer in developing a DIN rail terminal block assembly.
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