Global distribution deal covers DIN rail power supplies

16th February 2017
Source: Digi-Key
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Global distribution deal covers DIN rail power supplies

PULS’ line of efficient DIN rail power supplies is now available worldwide from Digi-Key Electronics as a result of a new distribution agreement. PULS focuses its DIN rail power supplies on offering customers a steady supply of reliable and technically-advanced products that are easy to install and operate.

“We are excited to work with Digi-Key to offer PULS products worldwide to their broad customer base,” said Matt Biskner, L.P. President & General Manager at PULS. “Digi-Key’s knowledgeable technical support, excellent customer service, and global presence combined with PULS’ extensive offering of the world’s most efficient DIN rail power supplies should enable more design engineers to select the best PULS power supply for their individual application requirements.”

PULS’ solutions are ideal for Automotive, Building Automation, Railway, Material Handling, Renewable Energy, and Machine Building applications.

“We are thrilled to partner with PULS, and to leverage their engineering knowledge, resources and energy to continue to offer our customers the highest quality and efficiency din rail power supplies available in the Industrial Power market,” said Tom Busher, VP, Global I P & E at Digi-Key. “Engineers and Technicians now have access to a broad product offering that will allow them to select the best solution for their power applications and projects.”

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