15 Jan 2013

element14 connects with Phoenix Contact in Asia

The widest range of PCB connectors and terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact is now available from element14, the electronics store for design engineers and electronics enthusiasts and a part of global electronics distributor Premier Farnell. The expansion of the product range from Phoenix Contact is a result of the increasing popularity of its connectors during the year.

Andrew Ang, Vice President - Sales Operations, Phoenix Contact said, ”At element14, sales of Phoenix Contact’s products in 2012 have increased every quarter as our customers come to know and appreciate the product range, customer service and technical support offered. We are pleased to recognize element14’s sales and e-commerce teams with our ‘Best sales collaboration 2012’ award for their attention and dedication to our new product launches and sales promotional programmes throughout the year.”

“We are delighted with this recognition from Phoenix Contact. In the past year, we have worked closely to ensure our wide customer base in Asia find it easier to review and choose from their extensive range of products, and we are glad to see such positive results reflected in sales,” said Tim Wang, Regional Director, Supplier and Asset Management, element14 Asia Pacific.

element14’s inventory of Phoenix Contact products includes its best-selling PCB connectors which provide universal conductor connection and cover all possible applications in industrial and semi-industrial environments; part numbers 1757242, 1757268. These PCB connectors support all industry-standard assembly processes such as wave soldering, surface mount technology, through hole reflow soldering, press-in technology.

Top selling terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact, part numbers 1725656, 1725669, with screw or spring connection feature high power (transmission of up to 125 A UL) and high flexibility; stackable and can accommodate many pole counts on different planes.

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