Dual-level terminal block

Hybrid, dual-level terminal block provides two channels for two termination technologies in one footprint. Design gives OEMs an insulation displacement connection (IDC) and end-users a screw-clamp connection for field terminations. Externally tensioned IDC termination technology and yellow wire guide offer visual indication of a correctly terminated conductor.

03/01/2006


Control Components

Hybrid, dual-level terminal block provides two channels for two termination technologies in one footprint. Design gives OEMs an insulation displacement connection (IDC) and end-users a screw-clamp connection for field terminations. Externally tensioned IDC termination technology and yellow wire guide offer visual indication of a correctly terminated conductor. Wiring times are reduced because wires do not need to be stripped or crimped before insertion. Suitable for a wide range of applications, terminal has a wire size range of 24-16 AWG for IDC termination and 26-12 AWG for screw clamp termination. It is UL-rated at 600 V, 10 A, and 22-16 AWG. www.weidmuller.com Weidmuller





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