Electrical components contain the accessories you need to work with your Omega sensors and devi...
Electrical components contain the accessories you need to work with your Omega sensors and devices. These include things like terminal blocks, connectors, switches, transformers, and others.[+]
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Omega carries alarm, sound modules, and dialers for a variety of applications including configurable alarms, temperature alarms, signaling alarms, alarm modules, and alarms for harsh environments.
Anodized aluminum panels, steel panels and conduit boxes to connect many connectors including: mini, universal, round, two and three prong and high temperature in thermocouple and RTD offers.
Wide variety to complete your connection with DIN rail mountable, round terminals, relays, fuse terminals, screw connections and double to triple level feed throughs.
High quality nickel/chromium heating wire can be used to make straight or helical resistance heaters. They heat up fast, are corrosion resistant and come in a range of maximum operating temperatures.
Connectors used for pressure and force sensors. Includes cable assemblies for pressure transducers and load cells, DIN connectors, twist lock connectors, push on connectors, and dynamic sensor cables.
Omega is the place for heavy duty manual disconnect switches. NEMA 4X washdown duty disconnect switches, rotary disconnect switches, fused switches, motor protectors and more.
Securely extend your wire and cable across vacuum and pressurized environments. Feed through single to many wires. Connect and seal to temperature sensors and protection tubes with NPT mountings.
Omega’s hookup wire connects your electronics and appliances for your general use, military, medical device or UL needs. We offer choices in length, voltage, gauge and many other features.
Omega has rugged push buttons and selector switches for use in commercial and industrial applications. Our buttons and switches are made from heavy-duty materials and designed for constant use.
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