Conrad Business Supplies introduces new ‘push-in’ relay terminal modules from Finder
Conrad Business Supplies has begun stocking a new range of easy to connect, push-in relay sockets from leading European manufacturer Finder. Offering strong compatibility with existing Finder products and a more robust connection, the MasterIN System has been incorporated into the existing 39, 48, 4C and 58 Series Finder relay interface modules. These new products are well suited for use in a wide variety of applications, including industrial automation and use within electrical panels.
The MasterIN System relay terminal modules are available in both plastic retaining and release clip (SPA) versions and represent the latest evolution of screw-less ‘spring’ terminals. This new design not only permits faster connection, but also provides better clamping performance during movement and vibration in comparison to traditional screw terminals. These advantages can save users’ cost and time.
All relay interface modules in the MasterIN Series are compatible with Finder’s 99 Series coil indication and EMC suppression modules. A further new feature of the series is the provision of a test probe aperture located close to each push-in terminal. This permits easy access for a technician to insert a multimeter probe and safely take precise measurements.
Holger Morgenstern, Product Manager, Category Business Supplies, Conrad commented: “This series of new relay sockets will join the growing selection of over 900 different Finder products now available from Conrad. With industry increasingly looking for equipment that is easy to install and operate, these push-in terminals will help our customers save time and carry out easy maintenance.”
Dirk Rauscher, Vertriebsleiter Finder GmbH, adds: “The MasterIN is a modular system suitable for most relay applications and can be individually configured. The push-in connector technology ensures time-saving wiring and maximum connectivity safety. Customers appreciate these valuable features as well as the high build quality of the relays.”