Reduce Labor Cost with IDC Terminal Blocks

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IDC Terminal Blocks can save you time and money by reducing your labor cost associated with wiring your terminal blocks.

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  • 1. Reducing Labor Cost with IDC Terminal Blocks Automation Systems Interconnect Insulation Displacement Terminal Blocks can reduce your wire time, saving you labor cost See How it Works www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 1
  • 2. How Does IDC Work? Question? www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 2
  • 3. A: The wire anvil guides and forces the insulated wire into the slot of a metal contact. This action displaces the insulation at the contact points and the spring properties of the contact grip the conductor of the wire. www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 3
  • 4. Save Time & Money: • No • No • No • No wire preparation insulation stripping screwing ferrules required www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 ASI IDC Terminal Blocks Features and Benefits 4
  • 5. Improved Reliability: • Eliminates User Errors • Gas-Tight, Corrosion and Vibration Resistant Connections www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 ASI IDC Terminal Blocks Features and Benefits 5
  • 6. What are the User Benefits From IDC Terminal Blocks? •Productivity gains of up to 90% •No conductor damage during stripping •No screws left loose •No high resistance crimping •High quality terminations, reduced commissioning time •Low contact resistance, long term reliability and no routine maintenance •Faster, fewer components/less inventory •Flexibility and productivity gains www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 6
  • 7. Time Comparison: Terminating 100 wires (multi-stranded 16 AWG) Time 100% 58 min  Test:  Termination of 100 multi-stranded 16 AWG wires, including cutting, stripping and crimping ferrules (for ferrule version only) but excluding labeling and forming of wires.  The screws were already backed off in the screw terminals. Time comparison in % 35 min 60% 10 min 6.6 min 11% Screw Terminals (w/ferrules) ASI Screw Terminals IDC Terminals www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 7
  • 8. Labor Savings IDC Terminal Blocks compared to screw terminals without ferrules. 81% In the wiring process alone, The ASI IDC Block can save up to 81% or more of labor Screw Terminals (+ lugs) ASI IDC Terminal Blocks = actual time www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 = labor savings 8
  • 9. ASI IDC Terminal Blocks IDC to IDC Terminal Block -Part# NC100 • 20 – 16 AWG Wire Range • 15A, 600V UL Rating • Mounts on Standard DIN Rail • Center Bridging Possible • Accepts Standard Labels • No Tools Required • Re-termination Possible IDC to Screw Clamp Terminal Block -Part# NC200 • 20 – 16 AWG Wire Range, IDC • 24 – 10 AWG Wire Range, Screw Clamp • 15A, 600V UL Rating • Mounts on Standard DIN Rail • Center Bridging Possible • Accepts Standard Labels • No Tools Required • Re-termination Possible www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 9
  • 10. Applications Industrial Process Control Supervisory Control Data Acquisition Programmable Controllers (PLC) Motor Control System Integration Instrumentation & Signalling Railway and Traffic Signals Data Display Field Marshalling Security Fire Control Process Monitoring SCADA PA Systems Environmental Control Air Conditioning Building Management Energy Management HVAC LV Power Monitoring and Control www.asi-ez.com 877-650-5160 Need More Info? Contact ASI @ 877-650-5160 or sales@asi-ez.com 10