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Program enables custom marking of terminal blocks in field

For a simple method of marking terminal blocks in the field, Wieland Electric Inc. introduced the Marcom 2000 plotter system. The system uses Windows-based software to interface with PC, allowing cust...

May 1, 1999   Canadian Plastics



For a simple method of marking terminal blocks in the field, Wieland Electric Inc. introduced the Marcom 2000 plotter system. The system uses Windows-based software to interface with PC, allowing custom printing on standard Wieland marking tags to provide circuit identification for Wieland DIN rail mount terminal blocks, rectangular multi-pole connectors and WEB/WEG electronic housings.

The software can be run on any 486 or higher PC with at least 4 MB of RAM supporting Windows 3.1, Windows 95 or Windows NT (although the plotter does not support the NT version) and is compatible with existing plotters.

The plotter, which measures 620 mm x 425 mm x 106.5 mm and weighs 6.4 kg, provides a resolution of 0.025 mm, a 0.1 mm accuracy level and a power rating of 0.3A for 220V.

Wieland Electric Inc., 905/829-8414

(Circle 100)


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