Terminal blocks

WAGO’s 2060 Series 1-, 2-, and 3-pole SMD terminal blocks bring push-button actuation to PCB-based LED lighting and compact electronic devices, eliminating specialty tools to meet torque specs and increase connection reliability.

04/11/2012


2060 Series 1-, 2-, and 3-pole SMDWAGO’s 2060 Series 1-, 2-, and 3-pole SMD terminal blocks bring push-button actuation to PCB-based LED lighting and compact electronic devices, eliminating specialty tools to meet torque specs and increase connection reliability. Flexible or stranded conductors use the push button for termination/removal. The buttons are concaved and slotted for actuation via ballpoint pen or small screwdriver. CAGE CLAMP terminations are maintenance-free, and vibration- and thermal-cycling resistant to exceed LED longevity. These terminal blocs are UL/cUL recognized: 1-pole units carry a 600 V/9 A rating; 2- and 3-pole models are rated 250 V/9 A. Just 4.5 mm high, these devices also suit electronics requiring low-profile SMT components.



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