DIN Rails



  Model Number Short Description Sale Price QTY Stock Status Lead Time Specs
DIN Rail

35751S

DIN Rail
Din Rail, W: 35 mm X H: 7.5 mm X L: 1 meter, slotted, 20 pieces

$51.03

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DIN Rail

35751SA

DIN Rail
Din Rail Aluminum, W: 35 mm X H: 7.5 mm X L: 1 meter, slotted, 20 pieces

$74.99

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DIN Rail

35752

DIN Rail
Din Rail, W: 35 mm X H: 7.5 mm X L: 2 meter, non-slotted, 20 pieces

$99.94

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DIN Rail

35752S

DIN Rail
Din Rail, W: 35 mm X H: 7.5 mm L: 2 meter, slotted, 20 pieces

$99.94

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DIN Rail

35152

DIN Rail
Din rail, W: 35 mm X H: 15 mm X L: 2 meter, non-slotted, 10 pieces

$84.94

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DIN Rail

35152S

DIN Rail
Din rail, W: 35 mm X H: 15 mm X L: 2 meter, slotted, 10 pieces

$84.94

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DIN Rail

35751HRA

DIN Rail
Din Rail Aluminum, mounted on a "L" bracket with hole cut out for easy access, 1 meter, 6 pieces

$55.00

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DIN Rail

35752HRA

DIN Rail
Din Rail Aluminum, mounted on a "L" bracket with hole cut out for easy access, 2 meter, 13 pieces

$255.00

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What Types of DIN Rails Can We Provide You with?

To hold components in place without the use of screws in electrical enclosures, DIN Rails are the way to go. Manufactured to the highest levels of quality, we offer a comprehensive line of competitively priced DIN rail at Industrial Control Direct. Electrolitically plated according to 2002/95 EC RoHS Directive, these rails are available in cold rolled steel and aluminum varieties.

For mounting industrial control equipment and circuit breakers inside equipment racks, the metal rails that are widely used as the standard are DIN Rails. With a chromated bright surface finish and zinc plating, the rails we sell are aluminum or cold rolled carbon steel sheet. The term “DIN rail” comes from Deutsches Institut für Normung in Germany. They were the first to publish the original specifications for DIN rail. Since then, these standards have been adopted as the international and European standards.

What Are the Differences Between the DIN Rail Types?

We offer three types of DIN rail: EN 50022, 50035, and 50045. EN 50022 is known as the “top hat rail.” It has the most popular 35 mm width that is commonly used for mounting circuit breakers. We offer the two most used 7.5 mm and 15 mm thick versions. We also have L bracket DIN rail with the hole cut out for easy access.

There can be vast differences in the quality of DIN Rails. The international standards are often not met by many suppliers. This results in DIN rails that rust or do not fit properly into most cutters. To be sure you are not getting an inferior quality rail, make sure the supplier is specifically listing the standards to which the DIN rail is made. For example, our DIN rails are made to European DIN standards EN 50022, 50035, and 50045.

Which Is Better: Aluminum or Cold Rolled Steel?

When deciding whether to go with aluminum or cold rolled steel for your DIN Rail needs, you must first consider what you want to use your DIN rail for. Where the zinc plated steel does not provide optimum protection against corrosion, anodized aluminum DIN rail works great in humid environments. But, as compared to zinc plated steel, aluminum is not as cost effective or as strong.

Due to its corrosion prohibitive plating, cost effectiveness, and strength, zinc plated cold rolled steel is the best solution for general applications. If you work in an environment where humidity is not an issue, then you will likely want to go with cold rolled steel. If you are unsure, please do not hesitate to give Industrial Control Direct a call, and we can give you our professional opinion.

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DIN Rails Pros:

  • Both aluminum and cold rolled steel available
  • The most popular 7.5 mm and 15 mm thick rails available
  • Designed to European and international standards
  • L bracket DIN rail also available

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