Switches, connectors and cabinets line up for EDS

10th October 2018
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Switches, connectors and cabinets line up for EDS

Products representing blue-chip manufacturers including Binder, MEC, NKK, Schroff, Fibox, Storm, Elma, Thermodisc, Blore Edwards, Mentor, IDEC and Icotek will be displayed by Foremost Electronics at the Electronic Design Show 2018 at the Ricoh Stadium in Coventry (October 17-18).

Foremost’s products including pushbutton, rotary and emergency switches, circular connectors, 19in. cabinets and electronic equipment enclosures, cable entry systems, advanced LED light-guides, keypads and IP joysticks.

Recent new product introductions on display will include the Icotek range of waterproof and EMC shielding cable entry systems which allow mixing electrical and pneumatic systems and feed-through of terminated cables.

And the IDEC ranges of e-stop emergency switches for machinery and industrial control which have a fail-safe design and the surface mount LH1D series of LED Spider Lights.

These LED status indicators are a slim and stylish design ideal for mounting on the surface of equipment or panels and offer excellent visibility from the front and the side and the option of including customer specific legends.

Alan Vincent, Sales Director of Foremost, comments, “We are responding to changing customer requirements and emerging new markets with significant additions to our product ranges while maintaining our commitment to our existing suppliers and customers. EDS is a great showcase for our very wide product range.”


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