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Terminal Block Product Roundup

Check out this week’s product roundup for information about some of the latest and greatest terminal block solutions available.

Terminal Block Product Roundup

TTITI offers the SPTAF 1 connector family from Phoenix Contact offers the SPTAF 1 connector family from Phoenix Contact, which features low-profile housings, quick and easy push-in spring-wire terminations, an 8A and 300V UL rating, and a choice of three user-friendly spring-lever options. The IL Series stands 8mm high and requires a standard screwdriver to open the connection. The EL and LL Series measure 10.2mm and just shy of 11mm high, respectively, and can both be opened with the simple press of a lever. The LL Series also features a locking lever that holds the connector in an open position, allowing installers to use both their hands for wiring, and all three series can accept solid or ferruled wires without opening the spring connection, can be color-coded to prevent mismating, and feature integrated test points.

WAGOWAGO’s new lever-actuated, high-current PCB Terminal Blocks’s new lever-actuated, high-current PCB Terminal Blocks are available in three series that enable streamlined, compact, and tool-free power connections for 24–4 AWG conductors. The new 2604, 2606, and 2616 Series terminal blocks feature the company’s proprietary Push-In CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology, which allows users to terminate solid or ferruled wires without opening the spring connection, and are rated for up to 600V. The series also offer side or top conductor entry, two test port directions (0° and 90° to the PCB), and pin spacing spanning 5–11.5mm, and are approved to IEC/EN 60664-1 and UL1059 recognized; UL/CSA approvals are still pending.

BTC ElectronicsAmphenol PCD MIL-T-81714 Series II Socket Junction System stocks components of the Amphenol PCD MIL-T-81714 Series II Socket Junction System. This high pin-count, low-weight system is available in four basic module sizes capable of accommodating 12–26 AWG wire in a broad selection of bussing arrangements, is supplied with appropriate, specified MIL-C-39029/22 socket contacts, and exhibits excellent wire sealing, contact alignment and retention, and module extraction performance. Configurations include: lightweight feedback modules, distribution modules with various contact combinations for power distribution applications, grounding modules with center stud or flange mounting options, and compact socket junction modules that are also available in solder pin versions designed for direct PCB mounting rather than for a mounting track.

BlockMaster ElectronicsOTB Series High-Power PCB Terminal Blocks’ new OTB Series High-Power PCB Terminal Blocks are rated for 600V and available with 2–17 poles that allow for the termination of up to 115A per position. Available with or without mounting ears and with straight or right angle PC terminals, the new barrier-style terminal blocks accommodate 22–2AWG and feature heavy-duty dual PC terminals for superior PCB mounting strength. Ideal applications include: power supplies, backplanes, industrial and motor controls, industrial water pumps, and CNC machines.

 

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Associate Managing Editor at ConnectorSupplier.com
Christine Stieglitz has 10 years of professional writing and editing experience, and both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in English from N.C. State University. Prior to joining Connector Supplier in December 2016, Christine spent several years as a Public Relations Executive, developing and honing technical content for a range of electronic component suppliers. Christine drafts Connector Supplier’s weekly Product Roundups and twice-monthly New Product News and Industry News features, manages the development of our market-themed, special issue eBooks, and provides personalized editorial support for our Preferred Suppliers. You can reach her at cstieglitz@connectorsupplier.com.
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