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SMD PCB Terminal Block features pushbutton operation.

SMD PCB Terminal Block features pushbutton operation.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Apr 16, 2014 Accommodating broad range of conductors, 2061 Series SMD PCB Terminal Block with Pushbuttons has CAGE CLAMP®S connection technology which allows for PUSHWIRE® connection of solid or pre-bonded conductors or stranded, unprepared conductors via pushbutton operation. Measuring 5.6 mm in height, product features 6 mm pin spacing with 10 A current rating and up to 16 AWG, as well as rated voltage of up to 600 V. Series is available as 1-, 2-, and 3-pole variants.

DIN Rail Enclosures come in 6 sizes to accommodate 2-12 modules.

DIN Rail Enclosures come in 6 sizes to accommodate 2-12 modules.

OKW Enclosures, Inc.    Bridgeville, PA 15017
Feb 10, 2014 Available in sizes that accommodate 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, or 12 modules, RAILTEC-B enclosures suit applications from machine-building and automation to electrical control equipment. Versions are available for 5.0/5.08 mm pitch terminal blocks, with 10–64 and 5–32 max terminals per case; for plug headers; as closed case; and with knockout perforations for terminal blocks or 2 plug headers. While base is polyphenylene oxide, top is polycarbonate. Accessories and customization options are available.

CT Disconnect Terminal Blocks feature touchproof design.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Sep 12, 2013 Measuring 99 x 8 mm, TOPJOB®S 2007 Series Current Transformer (CT) Disconnect Terminal Blocks facilitates current transformer testing and increases safety in power monitoring applications. Engaging 3-position disconnect lever automatically short-circuits transformer when using required adjacent push-in jumper. Available in through or ground connection versions, series employs CAGE CLAMP®S Spring Pressure Technology for conductor sizes 20–8 AWG.

Terminal Blocks feature push-in connection technology.

Terminal Blocks feature push-in connection technology.

Weidmuller, Inc.    Richmond, VA 23236
Sep 05, 2013 Intended for process industry, PRV Series consists of 4-, 8-, and 16-tier marshalling terminals, while PPV Series comprises 4- and 8-tier power distribution terminals. Providing 64 connections per terminal, 16-way PRV models can distribute more than 1,700 signals per 39 in. of DIN rail space. Both families, featuring 300 V/10 A rating, incorporate Push-In connection technology, which guarantees touch safety against inadvertent short circuiting and creates jolt-proof, gas-tight connection.

Pluggable PCB Terminal Blocks serve appliance industry.

Pluggable PCB Terminal Blocks serve appliance industry.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.    Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Aug 27, 2013 Molded out of UL 94V0 material, CUF and CUM terminal blocks have connector plug and header with molded-in polarization feature. Header and plug design allows plug to plugged to same PCB header in vertical or horizontal position. Divisible molding design allows ASI or customer to cut standard 36-position header or plug to any number of circuits, wiring connection to plug uses rising-cage clamp design and has rating of 12–24 AWG, and current capacities are rated up to 18 A.

Push-In Terminal Blocks simplify termination of ferruled wire.

Push-In Terminal Blocks simplify termination of ferruled wire.

Phoenix Contact    Harrisburg, PA 17111 0100
Jul 25, 2013 At 3.5 mm wide, PTIO 1.5/S series offers high-density power distribution for field sensors and actuators and provides top-level location for power wiring. Double-level terminals are available in 3- and 4-wire versions, and upper level, used for signal feed-through, is available with or without LED. Continuous bridge shafts accelerate and facilitate potential distribution of power using push-in bridges.

NEMA Power Blocks are suited for high-voltage applications.

Marathon Special Products    Bowling Green, OH 43402
Jul 09, 2013 Accommodating both bare and prepared (lugged) wire with multiple splicing, distribution, and studded terminal combinations, High Voltage Power Block (HVPB) series will meet demand for UL-certified terminals for use at voltage levels >600 V. This NEMA style power block series features UL1059 conformance up to 1,500 V at ampacity levels from 350–950. Many models include terminals evaluated for use with 90°C wires and multiple wire ratings (per terminal).

Screw Clamp Fuse Blocks protect  1/4 x 1 1/4 in. fuses.

Screw Clamp Fuse Blocks protect 1/4 x 1 1/4 in. fuses.

ABB Low Voltage Drives    New Berlin, WI 53151
Jun 20, 2013 With electrical ratings of 600 V and 22 A and wire range of 24–6 AWG, ZS10-SF screw clamp fuse blocks protect ¼ x 1 ¼ in. fuses. Blocks are closed, requiring no end section; measure 0.315 in. wide; and comply with IEC 60947-7-3 standards. Design enables fuse to be safely mounted without touching any active parts. Operator snaps fuse into hooks on fuse holder door, and fuse is securely connected when door is closed. Models are available with or without blown fuse indication.

High Current Terminal Blocks handle up to 380 A at 600 V.

High Current Terminal Blocks handle up to 380 A at 600 V.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.    Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Jun 19, 2013 Capable of accommodating terminating wire as large as 500 MCM, ASIUKH Series is fully enclosed, eliminating need for additional end covers. DIN rail mounted units are constructed with high-tensile steel bodies to handle clamping pressures that are required for optimal connection. With broad range of accessories such as jumpers and markers, ASIUKH Series is suited for all high current applications where touch proof terminations are required.

EM and Solid-State Relays conserve space with slim design.

EM and Solid-State Relays conserve space with slim design.

Weidmuller, Inc.    Richmond, VA 23236
Jun 13, 2013 TERMSERIES, The All-rounder, is housed in slim 6.4 or 12.8 mm design with matching profiles that can be combined as needed based on application. These relays switch loads of up to 8 A (resistive) at 250 V. Equipped with one- and two-changeover contacts, pluggable electromechanical and solid-state relays minimize required space on mounting rail. Depending on application, series offers choice of fixed voltage input or multi-voltage input. Latter allows conditioning signals from 24–230 V AC/DC.

Terminal Blocks offer variety of accessories.

Terminal Blocks offer variety of accessories.

AutomationDirect.com    Cumming, GA 30040-9905
May 22, 2013 Rated up to 175 A, Konnect-It™ single-level terminal blocks accept wiring sizes from 26 AWG to 2/0 AWG and have 100 kA SCCR rating, while double-level models come in 20 and 30 A versions. Triple-level terminal blocks handle up to 24 A and accept wiring from 24 AWG to 12 AWG. Available with screw-down or snap-on clamping ground connections, grounding terminal blocks feature corrosion-free connection points. Miniature terminal blocks, offered in 20 and 30 A capacities, mount on 15 mm DIN rails.

Terminal Blocks have modular panel feed-through design.

Terminal Blocks have modular panel feed-through design.

Blockmaster Electronics, Inc.    Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Mar 28, 2013 Used in various power distribution and terminal applications, MPT series has power handling ranges from 24 A/450 V to 150 A/1,000 V and can accept 14–1 AWG stranded as well as 12–2 AWG solid wire ranges among 7 different sizes. Modularity allows any number of positions to be assembled on line or in field; each position interlocks together for seamless side-by-side or stackable construction. Panel mount design features through-hole design, allowing terminal feed through panel.

Terminal Blocks aid PCB manufacture via pluggable design.

Terminal Blocks aid PCB manufacture via pluggable design.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Mar 22, 2013 Available in 3.5, 5.0, and 7.5 mm pin spacing, picoMAX® eCOM Pinstrip Pluggable Terminal Blocks support OEMs manufacturing automation, test/measurement, and process electronics. Efficiency and usability are enhanced via elimination of pin housing. Push-in (solid and ferruled conductors) and push-button terminations (stranded conductors) accelerate high-density PCB manufacturing and installation, while factory-installed straight or angled pins allow horizontal or vertical PCB mounting.

PCB Terminal Blocks carry 10 A rating.

PCB Terminal Blocks carry 10 A rating.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.    Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Mar 12, 2013 Featuring 3.81 centerline spacing, MRT37 and MRT38 Series come in both vertical and right angle orientation, with right and left bottom wire entry, with or without mating flange hardware. Miniature pluggable units are available in 2–20 positions in standard green color, but can be custom ordered in black, blue, orange, red, and grey. Terminal blocks include UL, cUL, VDE, CSV, and IMQ approvals.

Thermocouple Terminal Block eliminates cold junction risk.

Thermocouple Terminal Block eliminates cold junction risk.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.    Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Feb 20, 2013 Measuring 1.86 x 1.60 x 0.22 in., TC500 accepts thermocouple leads stripped of their insulation to .75 in. Two wires overlap when inserted, and leads are clamped together on both sides of thermocouple block for optimal electrical connection. This is accomplished without requiring any other compensation metals or contacts, eliminating the risk of cold junctions. Along with 15 A and 600 V ratings, features include compatibility with 20-14 AWG wire sizes.

DC/DC Converters feature touch-safe design.

WAGO Corp.    Germantown, WI 53022
Feb 13, 2013 Packing characteristics of 110 V power supply into 6 mm wide DIN-rail terminal block, 859 Series eliminates redundant power supplies for 5–12 V applications, including running 24 Vdc sensors and other controls on battery power. All models feature short-circuit protected outputs, reverse voltage protection, and TVS diode protection. Line regulation from 0.5–2%, varying by model, ensures power consistency, while efficiency up to 85% limits heat generation and power draw.

Spring Clamp PCB Terminal Blocks withstand vibration.

Spring Clamp PCB Terminal Blocks withstand vibration.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.    Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Feb 11, 2013 Carrying up to 14 A, MRT40 Series allows for wire to wire applications with male plug in 5.08 mm spacing, 2–16 positions, with or without screw flanges. MRT30 Series comprises female plug in 5 mm spacing, 2–24 positions, with or without screw flange. Featuring UL, cUL, VDE, CSV, and IMQ approvals, terminal blocks are available with accessory key/activation code that opens spring, eliminating need for screwdriver and facilitating cross mating as well.

Rigid/IMC Conduit Terminating Hubs offer range of options.

Crouse-Hinds Div., Cooper Industries, Inc.    Syracuse, NY 13221
Feb 11, 2013 Designed for indoor or outdoor use with rigid conduit and IMC, Myers™ conduit hubs come in materials such as zinc, stainless steel, and aluminum and are available with IEC/Ex and ATEX approvals. Design facilitates installation and includes oversize nut with radial serrations to ensure flush installation and positive grounding. Other features include captive O-ring gasket, precision machine cut NPT threads, and insulated throat. Vibration-proof design ensure secure installation.

Power Terminal Block features SCCR up to 100K.

Power Terminal Block features SCCR up to 100K.

Marathon Special Products    Bowling Green, OH 43402
Jan 31, 2013 Bulk Fastening Power Block (BFPB) provides series of fasteners for terminating various combinations of listed crimp lugs or flexible busbar to distribute power. Also, product enables reliable termination of large, flexible-stranded wire and distribution of power with flexible busbar. Current carrying capacity is rated up to 1,605 A, and voltage rating is up to 1,000 V AC/DC. Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) include 100K and 35K with and without over-current protection, respectively.

DIN Rail Terminal Block supports Type J and K thermocouples.

American Electrical, Inc.    Richmond, VA 23235
Jan 31, 2013 Measuring 10.7 mm in width, DIN Rail Terminal Block features built-in miniature female thermocouple connector that enables fast auditing and troubleshooting. Fully enclosed unit mounts to 32 or 35 mm DIN rail and requires no end plates. Terminal block connects directly to handheld meter for data collection, quality compliance, troubleshooting, and calibration.




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