WAGO products receive SCCR

Several products produced by WAGO earned a 100 kA short-circuit current rating; includes through-panel, chassis-mount terminal blocks.

01/19/2011


Wago SCCR 100 kA SSCRSelect WAGO Corp. through-panel and chassis-mount terminal blocks, as well as interconnect devices, have earned a 100 kA short-circuit current rating (SCCR) with appropriate fuses. The newest WAGO products with 100 kA SCCR include: 862 and 264 and series chassis-mount blocks, 826 and 828 series through-panel blocks, 831 series multiconnector system pluggable connector, and X-COMS pluggable connector system.



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