Our Push-in Terminal Blocks improve wiring efficiency and connection reliability. They are available in a wide range of IEC block types that include innovative control power distribution blocks, as well as two-, three- and four-circuit sensor blocks.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Double Level Plug-in Style Terminal Blocks provide a means of plugging-in discrete electronic components, circuit protection fuses, or circuit isolation disconnect plugs to help save valuable panel space.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Grounding Blocks provide an easy-to-identify, convenient, neatly organized grounding bus that is mounted on the DIN rail.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Isolation Terminal Blocks make it easier to open a circuit without rewiring.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Multi-circuit Feed-through Terminal Blocks are ideal for applications where control signals must be distributed and collected through the same blocks. The blocks are a good solution for high-density wiring applications and are available in nine colors.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Plug-in Style Terminal Blocks provide a means of plugging-in discrete electronic components, circuit protection fuses, or a circuit isolation disconnect plug for applications where space is limited.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Power Distribution Terminal Blocks distribute power from switched mode DC power supplies to control circuits. Positive and negative current is fed from a single wire from each and distributed to multiple circuits with jumpers.
Our Bulletin 1492-P Sensor Terminal Blocks provide all connections you need for three-wire applications in one terminal block to help save panel space.
Our Bulletin 1492 Standard Feed-through 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 they have multi-wire capabilities.
Our Bulletin 1492 Specialty Feed-through 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, and forces 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.