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Würth Elektronik: Expanded Range of Terminal Block Connectors

November 4, 2022

Würth Elektronik has added new 10-mm pitch products to expand its WR-TBL Series of terminal block connectors designed according to the wire-protection principle of: three series of THT terminal blocks with screw fastening.

Two of the connector series have horizontal wire entries, one has vertical wire entries. The number of pins ranges from one to ten. The insulation material used to make the robust terminal is PA66 with a flammability rating of UL94 V-0, while stainless steel is used as the wire-clamping material. The operating temperature ranges from -40°C to +105°C.

The products in the “WR-TBL Series 1018 – 10.00 mm Modular Horizontal Cable Entry” are certified according to UL and VDE for 16 A and have a working voltage of 250 V.

The terminal block connectors in the “WR-TBL Series 1028 – 10.00 mm Modular Horizontal Cable Entry” are approved for 15 A (cULus) and 17.5 A (VDE) applications, with working voltages of 300 V (cULus) and 250 V (VDE) respectively.

The “WR-TBL Series 1068 – 10.00 mm Modular Vertical Cable Entry” completes the range, with cULus certification for 16 A and 250 V.

The new blue terminal blocks are available from stock without a minimum order quantity, and free samples are available on request.




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