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CURRENT INDICATOR TERMINAL BLOCK FEATURES TOOL-FREE INSTALLATION

23-10-2017
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Phoenix Contact PTTB 2,5-ILA 100 current indicator terminal block

Phoenix Contact is simplifying interconnection for a wide range of applications from machine building to process engineering with the release of a novel current indicator terminal block based on Push-in connection technology.

The direct plug-in capability of the Phoenix Contact PTTB 2,5-ILA 100 current indicator terminal block simplifies the connection process, whether working with solid conductors or conductors with ferrules. Technicians can connect wires directly to the terminal point with minimal effort and with no special tooling.

The low insertion force of the push-in connection terminal block enables each conductor to be inserted easily and directly, making the installation process fast, convenient and foolproof.

To increase reliability, the current indicator terminal block detects interruptions or line breaks during operation. The voltage drop is evaluated using a Zener diode in the reverse direction, and LEDs indicate the operating status of the system.

The compact terminal block helps users save on space with its slim design, while providing flexibility when it comes to configuration. The device includes a clearly printed circuit diagram to help minimise mistakes during installation.

Shock and vibration resistant, the device is robust and safe to use and operate, and has been subjected to tests which go beyond the basic standard.

Phoenix Contact
1300 786 411
www.phoenixcontact.com.au

 

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