Knife disconnect terminal blocks support test, measurement applications

Phoenix Contact's UT 4-MTL and 6-MTL knife disconnect terminal blocks are designed for test and measurement applications and does not require a tool to actuate, which is useful for critical relay protection cabinets housed in substations.

01/12/2016


Phoenix Contact's UT 4-MTL and 6-MTL knife disconnect terminal blocks are designed for test and measurement applications and does not require a tool to actuate, which is useful for critical relay protection cabinets housed in substations. Courtesy: Phoeni

Phoenix Contact's UT 4-MTL and 6-MTL knife disconnect terminal blocks are designed for test and measurement applications and feature a safe finger-actuation mechanism. The UT 4-MTL and UT 6-MTL's finger levers are designed to enable technicians to safely perform circuit-polarity checks and troubleshooting without disrupting service. The MTL lever does not require a tool to actuate, which makes it useful for critical relay protection cabinets housed in substations. The UT-MTL blocks also accommodate colored knife disconnect levers to differentiate circuits, while conserving space and assisting wire management. The 4-MTL is available in 6.2 mm and the 6-MTL is available in 8.2 mm terminal widths. The UT 4-MTL supports 26-10 AWG and the UT 6-MTL supports 24-8 AWG.

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