CLIPLINE PTME Series, Specialized

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3212300
TERM BLK PLUG 2POS 8.2MM GRAY
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DIN Rail
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CLIPLINE PTME
Plug Connection
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8.2mm
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500 V
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300 V
8-20 AWG
0.5-10mm²
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3212306
TERM BLK PLUG 2POS 8.2MM GRAY
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
DIN Rail
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CLIPLINE PTME
Plug Connection
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8.2mm
Plug Receptacles, Push In, Spring
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30 A
300 V
8-20 AWG
0.5-10mm²
Disconnect Switch
Gray

About  Specialized

Specialized terminal blocks are essential components used in electrical systems to connect conductors to each other. These devices are typically attached to a metal rail or channel, providing a secure and organized method of connecting wires. One of the key characteristics of specialized terminal blocks is their mounting type, which refers to the method by which the terminal block is mounted to a surface. This can include options such as screw-on, snap-on, or DIN rail mounting. The number of positions is another important consideration, indicating the number of individual connection points available on a single terminal block. Specialized terminal blocks can range in positions from 1 to 960, depending on the specific application. In addition to the number of positions, specialized terminal blocks can also feature multiple levels. The number of levels indicates the number of rows of connection points available on a single terminal block. This feature allows for more efficient use of space and simplifies wire routing. Another important characteristic of specialized terminal blocks is the terminal width, which refers to the size of the connection point. This ensures compatibility with different wire gauges and sizes. The termination style is also an important factor to consider. It indicates how the wire is connected to the terminal block, and can include options such as screw or spring clamp connections. The current and voltage ratings, designated by IEC and UL standards, are crucial factors to ensure safe and reliable operation of the terminal block. These ratings indicate the maximum current and voltage that the terminal block can safely handle. Overall, specialized terminal blocks provide a flexible and efficient solution for connecting conductors in electrical systems. With their various features such as mounting type, number of positions, number of levels, terminal width, termination style, current and voltage ratings, and wire gauge compatibility, they can be customized to suit the specific needs of the application.