NHP expands its range of terminal blocks


WAGO’s range of new multi-purpose, Cage Clamps rail-mounted quadruple deck terminal blocks is now available from NHP Electrical Engineering.

The innovative design of these terminal blocks, which can be used for connecting electric devices from motors to sensors, allows for a set of terminals to supply power to a number of motors or 3-wire sensors with the added benefit of space saving.
Ease of installation results in valuable time savings as the tightening of screws is not required and also means no annual maintenance, which ensures substantial cost savings.

The TopJob S range of rail-mounted quadruple deck Cage Clamps terminal blocks can now be ordered from NHP.

NHP Electrical Engineering Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999

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