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ASI Introduces New High Current PCB Terminal Block

May 232005
ASI Introduces New High Current PCB Terminal Block
Carlisle, PA - Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of two new additions to the MRT Series of Printed Circuit Board Terminal Blocks: the MRT 26 and MRT 27.

The MRT 27 is modular and offers a 2 and 3 position interlocking housing. This allows it to be placed together and save valuable space on your Printed Circuit Board and effectively provide more flexibility and reduction in inventory costs. The MRT 26 offers 2 to 12 position housings. It is ideal for industrial applications requiring a high current connection directly at the Printed Circuit Board. Both the MRT 26 and 27 accept AWG 20-6 wires.

The MRT 26 and 27 are UL recognized, offer high-voltage ratings up to 630 V and high-current ratings up to 57 amps. A nickel-plated copper body helps with conductivity, while the tin-plated solder pin ensures the best connection to the board. The MRT Series Printed Circuit Board Terminal Blocks are manufactured from UL 94 V0 self-extinguishing plastic, and are rated for usage in temperatures up to 110„aC, making them perfect for the fire and alarm system industries, motion control, industrial control, and energy management. The MRT Series is also useful for robotic controllers, door access control, among many other uses.

ASI uses only the best quality materials in the manufacturing of their Printed Circuit Board Terminal Blocks to ensure the highest standard in reliability and greatest value for your money. The data sheets, technical specifications and all pricing and availability for the MRT Series can be found on the ASI website. A new easy-to-use selector guide is now available and all of the components can be ordered Direct Online with a saving of 20 - 50% by going to www.asi-ez.com.

For additional information on these PCB Terminal Blocks, Contact ASI or visit their web site at
www.asi-ez.com.

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