ILSCO expands its aluminum panelboard product line

ILSCO, an electrical connector manufacturer, has expanded our panelboard product offering to include multi-wire as well as heavy duty options.  Manufactured from high strength aluminum alloy, these connectors are suitable for use with aluminum or copper conductor.  The chamfered wire entry simplifies conductor insertion, and the stacked design saves space and reduces installation time. The

ILSCO introduces new line of anti-turn mechanical connectors

ILSCO, the supplier of electrical connectors, grounding, and compression devices for utility and industry, is offering a new line of mechanical connectors. The connectors are manufactured from high-strength aluminum alloy and are suitable for use with copper or aluminum conductors. The chamfered wire entry helps simplify the conductor insertion. The aluminum mechanical lugs (Type ATTA and ATAU) come with

HARTING takes industrial connectivity applications on the road

HARTING announced that it has developed a Roadshow Truck that will travel across North America showcasing leading connectivity applications. The truck showcases industrial and small form industrial connectors, cable assemblies, board level connectors, backplane assemblies, industrial Ethernet switches, and HARTING’s industrial RFID solution. The tour brings HARTING one step closer to their goal of supporting

Lapp takes the wrap off several new connector kits

Standard EPIC HBE Kits Kit includes all components needed to make electrical connection. Inserts are screw terminated with wire protection. Rated current 16 amp. Screw termination wire gauge range 20 to 14 AWG. Hoods and bases standard grey. Meets IP65, NEMA 4 and NEMA 12.   Epic Ultra kits These kits also include all components

Moxa converters now connect industrial devices in remote locations

Moxa, a global provider of communications technology for the Industrial Internet of Things, is helping connect PROFIBUS devices with its ICF-1180I and ICF-1280I PROFIBUS-to-Fiber converters, which also feature Class 1 Div 2, IEC Ex, and  ATEX certification for deployment in hazardous locations. Paul Wacker, Product Marketing Manager for Moxa explained: “As the world moves towards

SKINTOP anti-vibration product line ensures a secure connection

Specifically designed and engineered to withstand the most challenging applications, the SKINTOP line from the Lapp Group helps ensure installations are problem-free and run optimally. SKINTOP’s proven level of performance is achieved through advanced design and engineering, which results in products with anti-vibration protection, improved sealing, gripping, and clamping, and maximum protection from dirt, oils,

Aren’t you curious? What top 11 products in Windpower Engineering & Development did readers look for most often in 2014?

As we round the annual circle to end 2014, it has become a tradition to look back on the products that garnered the most attention. And so for your entertainment, we present the top 11 products of 2014, ranked by the number of page views as Google analytics counts them. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

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SCHURTER introduces high-performance compact fuse for 3-phase systems

SCHURTER recently announced its new series SHF 6.3×32 compact fuse, which provides overcurrent protection up to 500 VAC. The high breaking capacity of 1500A at rated voltage safeguards electronic systems and operators in the event of a catastrophic short circuit incident. The compact size of the fuse, combined with its high ratings and performance, makes

L-com Introduces new HyperLink Brand series Omni Directional Antennas

L-com, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has added new HyperLink brand dual band Omni directional antennas for the 2.4/4.9-5.8 GHz frequency bands. The new HGV series antennas are economical, yet maintain the high performance standards that the HyperLink® brand is known for. Additionally, they are small, lightweight, indoor and outdoor rated, and only

Single-cable for power and signals now for servo drives

All motors normally need two separate cables:  one for the motor speed encoder and the other for the motor’s power supply.  With the Hybrid Motor Cable Project called HMC 6, HEIDENHAIN has combined the encoder lines into the power cable so now only one cable is needed between a synchronous motor and electrical cabinet. All