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DM300020 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Board. The optional power modules provide: • Heat sink for Ambient Cooling of Power Sections. • Full Automatic Protection of Power Circuits. • Electrical Isolation from Power Circuits. • Many Options for Motor Feedback Signals...
DM330023 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided servo-motor. The power module is capable of driving other types of motors and electrical loads that do not exceed the maximum power limit and are predominantly inductive. Furthermore, single-phase loads can be driven using one or two of the inverter outputs. The unit is capable of operating from 90V up...
2814126 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Temperature measuring transducer - MCR-T-UI-E/NC - 2814126 MCR-T module, programmable temperature measuring transducer, unconfigured, for thermocouple sensors and resistance thermometers, with 2, 3, or 4-wire system, with electrical isolation between input/output and input/auxiliary power
2814113 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Temperature measuring transducer - MCR-T-UI-E - 2814113 MCR-T module, programmable temperature measuring transducer, configured, for thermocouple sensors and resistance thermometers, with 2, 3, or 4-wire system, with electrical isolation between input/output and input/auxiliary power
PSM-TS Automationdirect.com Not Provided Power Products (Electrical) / DC Power Supplies / Spare Parts & Accessories Optional temperature sensor for PSM24-BCM360S battery control module

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