Multi-conductor terminal blocks with push-in connection technology

Phoenix Contact's PT 2,5/S-Quattro four-position terminal blocks are designed to provide a high wiring density without sacrificing space across the DIN rail and also have a double function shaft for easy potential distribution with plug-in bridges and large-surface marking options.

08/27/2016


Phoenix Contact's PT 2,5/S-Quattro four-position terminal blocks are designed to provide a high wiring density without sacrificing space across the DIN rail and also have a double function shaft for easy potential distribution with plug-in bridges and larPhoenix Contact's PT 2,5/S-Quattro four-position terminal blocks are designed to provide a high wiring density without sacrificing space across the DIN rail. Up to four 12 AWG conductors can be connected in one feed-through terminal block. The terminal blocks feature push-in connection technology, for quick wiring of the pre-assembled conductors. Ground terminals are also available in the same shape. These multi-conductor terminal blocks also have a double function shaft for easy potential distribution with plug-in bridges and large-surface marking options. Each current path can be individually tested for the terminal blocks. The PT 2,5/S Quattro also accepts standard accessories and marking products, which can reduce inventory costs. 

Phoenix Contact

www.phoenixcontact.com 

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