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Wago Corporation: Double-deck fuse, disconnect terminal blocks
Just 5.2 to 6.2mm wide, WAGO Corporation’s TOPJOB®S Double-Deck Fuse and Disconnect Terminal Blocks are up to 24% more compact than existing designs on the market.
Space-efficiency is achieved by carrying fusing or disconnect capabilities on the top deck, and through or ground connections below. TOPJOB®S Double-Deck Blocks support process measurement applications requiring a common profile for feedthrough, disconnect/test and fusing of analog signals.
The Double-Deck Disconnect and Fuse Blocks carry segment- and industry-exclusive features: four jumper slots per block and a 6.2mm wide Double-Deck Fuse Disconnect model. An exclusive end plate is available on the 6.2mm block to prevent accidentally opening the fuse holder before disconnection.
Double-Deck Fuse and Disconnect Overview:
Fuse Disconnect with Pivoting Fuse Holder (5x20mm) Block — The segment’s most compact Fuse Disconnect/Holder combination is also unique for offering optional Blown Fuse LED indicators.
Knife Disconnect Block — Moveable knife disconnect simplifies disconnection on upper level with feedthrough on lower level.
Carrier Blocks — Six configurations including double-deck through terminal block and 4-conductor, double-deck terminal block with internal commoning. 5x20 mm Fuse Plugs with LED indication are available.
Time-saving accessories: push-in, staggered and step-down jumpers; component and test plugs; modular connectors and more. WAGO’s Continuous Marking Strips can reduce marking times by up to 50% (vs. marker cards).
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