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01 September 2015

Exhibiting on Stand No 1C72 at Offshore Europe, Weidmüller will be showcasing its latest innovations from their ranges of Electrical Connectivity and Process Industry Electronics. On display will be Weidmuller’s industry leading range of terminals including the extensive ranges of SAK and W series terminals which are synonymous with the process industry. 

Also to be seen is Weidmüller’s WMF line of terminal blocks which provide a multi-functional solution for marshalling signals. This space-saving terminal block combines all the necessary functionality into a single solution.

Alongside these will be Weidmüller’s Klippon® TB MH stainless steel enclosure as well as the Klippon® POK GRP and the K series aluminium enclosures.

Weidmüller’s Surge Protection Devices will be on display to help protect your investments against damage and downtime and ensure you maintain compliance with BS7671:2008 Amendment 1 within your electrical system.

For the process industry, Weidmüller will be demonstrating the ATEX approved Pro-H power supplies and the DC UPS system. The ACT20 ranges of signal conditioners will be seen, including the ACT20X Intrinsically Safe (IS) Isolators, ACT20M 6mm slim signal converters and the ACT20C signal converter with Ethernet interface.

Also EN-61508 SIL rated relays for emergency shutdown applications, controller interface units will be on display. To complement the product range, a comprehensive Industrial Ethernet range of high quality products can be viewed, with extended temperature ranges with both active and passive components.

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