Lever-operated strips

  • 21-Jul-2011 08:35 EDT
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Wago's 2706 Series PCB terminal strips bring lever-operated terminations to compact electrical applications. The series features tool-free operation and eliminates torque specs required by traditional screw terminations. A 30-A/300-V rating and AWG 24-10 conductor accommodation make 2706 suitable for inverters, power supplies, and other field-wired applications. The series provides a lever for each of its 2 to 12 poles; lifting opens a spring pressure unit for terminating multiconductor cables into the terminal strip. The strips resist thermal-, vibration- and current-induced loosening common to screw-style terminations, and pin spacing ranges from 7.5, 10, and 12.5 mm (0.3, 0.4, and 0.5 in). Jumper slots are available for commoning via optional comb-style jumper bars; additional accessories include test plugs and marker strips.

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