Terminal Blocks

 

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Terminal blocks represent an economical and convenient way of connecting wires in an electric circuit from a single input to multiple devices. Terminal blocks are particularly significant for electronic devices which require a number of wires to be connected between components to achieve the desired output. Originally used in telecommunication and automotive industries, terminal blocks are now a vital component in a wide range of industries.

Though terminal blocks have been available for a long time, they remain the preferred choice among all types of interconnect solutions. Terminal blocks presently find use in varied applications, ranging from electronic digital products and household products to large industries such as communications, electrical power, rail transport, and ship building, among others.

Terminal Block - Index
Terminal Block -Wire Protector Type
Terminal Block -Rising Clamp Type
Terminal Block -Rising Clamp Type2
Terminal Block -Pluggable Type
Terminal Block -Pluggable Type
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Terminal Block -Pluggable Type 3 and Matching Table
Terminal Block -Spring Clamp Type
Terminal Block -Spring Clamp Type2
Terminal Block -Barrier Type

Terminal Block Glossary Term Overview
Header - Terminal Block - Terminal Strip Drawings


 

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