Specialty Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks

Terminal Blocks

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    Specialty Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks

    Our Bulletin 1492 Specialty Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks have test plugs and adapters that identify the presence of voltage and perform simple diagnostic measuring of voltage. Feed-through terminal blocks are available with a test plug that breaks the circuit, forcing the current to run through a meter connected to the circuit-break test plug. Make-before-break or break-before-make test plugs can be used with the testing terminal block.

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    Specialty Feed-through IEC Spring-clamp Terminal Blocks

    Our Bulletin 1492 Specialty Feed-through IEC Spring-clamp Terminal Blocks are two-level blocks with a common link connecting the two circuits. This link creates a single block with two connection points on each side.

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    Stab-connect Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks

    Our Bulletin 1492 Stab-connect Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks have stab connections on one side of terminal block. They are available in single circuit or two-level, two-circuit versions.

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    Standard Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks

    Our Bulletin 1492 Standard Feed-through IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks are designed for single-circuit feed-through applications. These terminal blocks are available in several sizes and colors to accommodate different wire ranges and have multi-wire capabilities.

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    Standard Feed-through IEC Spring-clamp Terminal Blocks

    Our Bulletin 1492 Standard Feed-through IEC Spring-clamp Terminal Blocks for single-circuit feed-through applications are available in nine colors and several sizes. Many are available in triple- and quad-connection blocks.

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    Thermocouple IEC Screw-type

    Our Bulletin 1492 Thermocouple IEC Screw-type Terminal Blocks are two-circuit terminal blocks with current bars made of thermocouple material. You can use them in process control to prevent the creation of additional EMF voltages at the wire-to-terminal block connections.