High-current terminals for limited space applications

Phoenix Contact's Power Turn high-current terminals with maximum wire sizes from 10 AWG to 250 MCM, make it easy and secure to connect the conductors, using a standard screwdriver and single-level movement.

11/13/2015


Phoenix Contacts Power Turn high-current terminals with maximum wire sizes from 10 AWG to 250 MCM, make it easy and secure to connect the conductors, using a standard screwdriver and single-level movement. Courtesy: Phoenix ContactPhoenix Contact's Power Turn high-current terminals with maximum wire sizes from 10 AWG to 250 MCM, make it easy and secure to connect the conductors, using a standard screwdriver and single-level movement. The conductors can be directly inserted with the lever closed using the built-in push-in mechanism. This is useful for installation locations with limited space. Pressure springs and a copper clamping connector ensure a vibration-proof connection of the conductor. This range of terminals is fitted on a mounting rail or directly on the assembly surface as a flange solution. The preassembled terminals are available for a range of different functions, which can reduce assembly and logistics costs. Fully insulated pick-off terminals with double-sided snap-on mechanisms facilitate voltage tapping of up to four 8-AWG wires per terminal. The insulated insertion bridges are permanently lockable and the terminals have a built-in, double-sided 2.3-mm test socket for testing connectors.

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