Multiconnection system

  • 02-Aug-2012 04:58 EDT
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Wago’s 2734 Series MCS-Mini multiconnection system female connectors employ push buttons to streamline terminations. Aimed at compact electronics, the series’ high-visibility, contrasting orange and white buttons simplify handling of all conductors American wire gauge 24 to 14. The series offers hands-free operation as well as push wire termination of solid and ferruled, fine-stranded conductors and is suitable for field-wired applications such as railroad trackside signaling and commercial inverters. Providing wire-to-board, wire-to-wire, board-to-board, and board-to-wire connections, MCS-Mini is rated 300 V/10 A. Coding fingers offer customization, and housings equipped with locking levers or flanges for panel mounting are available. Cage Clamp’s spring pressure connection technology offers vibration-proof and maintenance-free terminations.

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