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Wago Corporation: New housing for push-button terminal block

A new, black housing for WAGO Corporation’s 2060 Series SMD Push-Button Terminal Block helps ensure correct LED device wiring.
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Offered as a 1-pole unit (2- and 3-pole upon request), the black housing provides on-board “+” and “-” color-coding when paired with light gray 2060 Series blocks. Beyond clear inputs/outputs, the new block also offers WAGO-exclusive push-button terminations to streamline LED device assembly, e.g., downlights.

The new housing also supports higher-temp applications, such as high-output, outdoor LED fixtures for roadway and stadium lighting. The black 2060 Series features the same ratings as its UL/cUL Recognized siblings — 600 V (1-pole), 250 V (2- and 3-pole) and 9 A nominal current (all models).

About 2060 Series:
2060 Series’ push-button terminations are a labor-saving alternative to hand-soldering PCB leads. Push-buttons also permit wiring error correction — no costly scrap/rewiring. 2060 Series accommodates the broadest range of solid/stranded conductors (AWG 24–18) within one unit — even tinned, top-coated or pre-bonded ones.

LED applications include: recessed luminaires, emergency lighting and signage. Just 4.5mm high, 2060 Series also serves electronics requiring low-profile SMT components, such as alarms and HVAC controls.

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