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Housing extended by one millimeter in the rear

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SMD Terminal Block
SMD Terminal Block

WAGO's new 2060 Series SMD Terminal Block features a housing that has been extended by one millimeter in the rear, giving it greater mechanical tolerances when automatically or manually wiring solid conductors via push-in termination. This extension also has given the units increased on-board stability when the integrated push-buttons are actuated. The new terminal blocks feature a white insulated housing, which minimizes on-board LED shadowing. Customers can easily upgrade existing PCB designs with the new 2060 Series model because it is compatible with standardized PCB layouts.

With a total height of just 4.5 mm, the 2060 Series SMD Terminal Blocks are ideal for both LED applications and installation in low-profile electronic components. The 2060 Series is suitable for solid and fine-stranded conductors rated 0.2-0.75 mm² (24-18 AWG), while rigid, solid conductors are terminated by simply pushing them into unit. The clamping unit can be easily opened to connect and remove all types of conductors via integrated push-buttons.

Posted on October 2, 2014 - (1032 views)
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WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Hansastraße 27
32423 Minden - Germany
+49-571-8870
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