Get AutomationDirect DINnector products in smaller quantities
AutomationDirect now offers popular screw terminal blocks, ground terminal blocks, supplementary protectors, end brackets, and DIN rail in smaller quantities than previously.
AutomationDirect offers a selection of popular screw terminal blocks, ground terminal blocks, supplementary protectors, end brackets, and DIN rail in smaller quantities.
DINnector resettable supplementary protectors are now available in single-piece and 20 packs. Supplementary protector prices start at $10 for single pieces.
A selection of screw-type terminal block sockets for the protectors, with and without LED indicators, can now be purchased in both five-packs and 50-pack quantities, starting at $7 for a five-pack. Terminal block spacers and separators are available in 10-packs and 50-packs, starting at $3.
Grounding terminal blocks that accept six to 10 AWG wires are available in quantities of 10 and 50, starting at $24 (10/PK).
DIN rail can now be purchased in packs of two as well as boxes of 10. The 1-meter pieces start at $6 for a two-pack. End brackets are also available in 10-packs and 50-packs, starting at $6.50 (10/PK). The company made the announcement June 23, 2010.
To view the full line of Dinnector terminal blocks and accessories, visit: www.automationdirect.com/terminal-blocks .
AutomationDirect, based in Cumming, GA, says it sells more than 8,500 products through its Online Automation Superstore and 2,200-page catalog. The company says its automation products are often priced below the industry average, with 24-hour order entry and same-day shipping on in-stock items, outstanding sales and technical support, and a 30-day money-back guarantee on almost every product.
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- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering content strategist, www.controleng.com.
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