Terminal Blocks Accept Three And Four-Wire Sensors

Sept. 2, 2004
Series-270 terminal blocks accommodate three and four-wire sensors in control panels or junction boxes with limited space.

Front-entry wiring accepts 12-28-awg wire. Jumpers for the power supply are small and can accommodate noninsulated push-in jumper bars to protect against accidental contact. An optional LED for status indication and three locations for marker cards per terminal block offer assurance of a secure connection. Connections are marked in three different colors, simplifying field wiring. Both three and four-conductor sensor terminal blocks are available.

Wago Corp.,
N120 W19129 Freistadt Rd., Germantown, WI 53022,
(800) 346-7245, www.wago.com

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