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ERbic profibus switches, now available from Erntec

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ERNI Electronics continuously expands its well established ERbic field bus connectors for the Profibus, CANbus and SafetyBus standards, and are available from Erntec . Redesigned and easy to use Profibus switch versions with or without a programming interface are now available. The new field bus connectors benefit from the latest ERNI Type 8 D-Sub connector generation offering high precision, stability and contact reliability.

Features of the profibus switches and connectors include:

  • The compact design of the switches offer a form factor adjusted to Siemens PLCs
  • All enclosed parts of the switches are preassembled
  • An exchangeable cable strain relief for cable diameters from 6 – 9mm (8mm premounted) is available
  • To meet various application requirements different well established cable connection techniques are offered, such as IDC terminals (provides fast connections and replaces the dismantling of the bus wires), cage clamp or screw terminals
  • The bus connectors can be imprinted using the standard ID plate
  • The variable connection techniques and cable strain relief provide customers with highest flexibility for field bus connections
  • The new ERbic Profibus connectors need only a standard screwdriver for assembly/disassembly and provide a perfect visibility of switch status due to red lever
  • There is a large area for custom labeling on the switches, while neutral versions and variants with custom company logo can be supplied
The new Profibus connectors are designed for data rates up to 12Mbit/s in applications according to IP20. The complete in-house production ensures the proven ERNI quality across the total process chain from design, construction, assembly, soldering to inspection.

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