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Beau Connectors - Molex  Profile

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Beau Connectors - Molex  Company Overview

Beau terminal strips and connectors are designed and manufactured in the USA. Single or double row barrier terminal strips are moulded in thermoplastic or phenolic materials, with a choice of terminal styles, for current applications from 10A to 45A. The compact and economical Eurostyle and Euromate PC mounting terminal blocks are available on 3.81mm (0.15") to 10.16mm (0.40") spacing, in fixed and pluggable styles with current ratings from 8A at 150V to 60A at 600V. The rugged and durable flat bladed plugs and sockets are produced in a range of cable and chassis options, with currents up to 15A at 250V.

Beau Connectors was acquired by Molex in 2000.

Beau Connectors - Molex  Products

The types of products manufactured by Beau Connectors - Molex include Terminal strips and connectors.

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