Diode, disconnect, LED terminal blocks
Disconnect, diode and LED terminal blocks are being added to the TOPJOBS terminal block line.
Disconnect, diode and LED terminal blocks are being added to
the TOPJOBS terminal block line. The specialty feed-through blocks accommodate
conductors AWG 22-12, and are available in 2-, 3- or 4-pole variants with
single-, double- or triple-deck configurations. Each DIN-rail mount block uses
the standard TOPJOBS profile for seamless integration. Upcoming fuse terminal
blocks variants will offer additional flexibility within the same compact
The blocks feature a staggered jumpering system for
convenient potential commoning and traditional push-in jumpers. TOPJOBS
specialty blocks also provide marking options including center and side marking
locations, as well as marker tab and continuous marking strip adapters.
Disconnect terminal blocks feature a test plug conveniently located on the side
of each knife disconnect.
TOPJOBS specialty blocks employ push-in terminations for
ferruled or solid conductors. Termination of stranded conductors is also
simple, insert a screwdriver into block's port to open clamping unit, push-in
the conductor and remove screwdriver. CAGE CLAMPS Spring Pressure Connection Technology
ensures all terminations are vibration-proof, maintenance-free and immune to
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