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DON’T LET YOUR SYSTEM FLATLINE


Dependable standby power is the heart of any system. Demand the best. Demand...


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I/O for the most extreme conditions


WAGO’s I/O system, 750 XTR, is extremely weather resistant and can operate from -40 °C up to +70 °C, making additional heating or cooling equipment unnecessary. It is immune to electromagnetic interference as well as insensitive to vibrations and impulse voltages up to 5 kV, ensuring secure communications in demanding applications. With up to 16 channels in a 12 mm wide housing it requires less space, and has lower energy and maintenance costs; taking automation into extreme environments.


To request a catalogue call 01788 568 008, e-mail ukmarketing@wago.com, or visit www.wago.com


Innovative protection from a 6,000 volt shock to your electronic systems?


Absolutely.


From up to 1km away a single lightning strike can inject up to 6,000 volts onto power, data and phone lines - destroying key components. Furse innovative electronic systems protection devices provide essential protection for a wide range of systems including mains power, data & signal, telecoms and computer lines. All to the new BS EN 62305 standards. www.furse.com


Furse Tel. +44 (0) 115 964 3700 Fax. +44 (0) 115 986 0538 E-mail: enquiry@furse.com


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