New 4750 Series Multi-feature IEC Connector Strip-blocks are Designed for Data Center Power Distribution
SCHURTER introduces its new 4750 series IEC strip-block, IEC connectors Type F, to meet the highly specific demands of power distribution in data centers
When it comes to presenting new electric vehicles, automobile manufacturers are constantly beating each other with increasingly shorter charging times and longer ranges. It
is easy to determine that this calculation only works to a limited extent. In addition, this procedure is anything but beneficial for the service life of a vehicle.
SCHURTER has extended its successful MSM Metal Line series with a 24 mm mounting diameter. The sleek-looking range of switches provides a multitude of options for switching voltages from 30 VDC to 250 VAC and switching currents from 0.1 A to 10 A.
With the AEO 10.3×38, SCHURTER launches a high-performance fuse for particularly high voltages up to 1000 VDC and currents up to 50 A, which is particularly suitable for demanding automotive applications.
NEMA Receptacles 5-15R Comply with UL Tamper Resistant Tests & Spill Test
SCHURTER extended its successful MGA / MGA-S line of 1206 dimension SMD ceramic fuses with an aviation version that is tin whisker free and completely dispenses with leaded coating.
With the TA35 series, SCHURTER offers a particularly versatile generation of miniature circuit breakers with a newly attained UL rating of 277 VAC, the North America rating for 1 of 3 phase used in lighting applications and other mains connected 1-phase devices.
SCHURTER’s RTS thermal fuse for SMD mounting, successfully launched in 2018, is now available with an integrated shunt.
SCHURTER offers a robust, compact and cost-effective cartridge fuse with increased breaking capacity and voltage ratings. The high breaking capacity – up to 3500 A at a nominal voltage of 250 VAC – meets standards for commercial electric cooking appliances according to UL 197, while the 1500 A at 500 VAC is suited for a broad range of industrial 1- and 3- phase systems such as photovoltaic systems and frequency converters for industrial automation. The fuse is also rated for DC applications up to 400 V.
SCHURTER announces its new generation of human-machine interfaces with the CDS1, a switch-sized input system using capacitive touch technology. The intuitive operation with the touch of a finger, swipe or rotation on the touchscreen conveniently resembles that of a smartphone, delighting users with visual and sophisticated taste.