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DIN rail mount terminals are space saving and cost effective

04 February 2014

The Dinkle range of DIN rail mounted terminals is now available from the specialist distributor of switching and control components, Switchtec.

Two types of terminals are available: the ‘DK.N’ screw terminal and the ‘AK’ spring clamp (screwless) terminal, the latter offering more rapid assembly and servicing, whilst maintaining high levels of reliability and security.

Dinkle DIN rail terminals save space within the enclosure, while keeping costs down. They are available in 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 16, 35, 50, 95, 150 and 240mm cable conductor sizes and with ratings from 20A to 415A.  Also available are multi way terminals, with three and four conductors, and ‘double decker’ (piggy-backed) terminals that achieve even more space saving on the DIN rail.

Completing the range from Dinkle are earth/ground terminals that clamp directly to the DIN rail to provide a robust and reliable earth connection.  Earth terminals are available in conductor sizes from 2.5mm to 95mm.  Complementing the range are fused terminals and disconnect terminals, available in 2.5mm and 4mm conductor sizes.

Accessories available from Switchtec for use with the Dinkle DIN rail terminals include DIN rails, end covers, partitions, multi-pole push-in bridging links, marking labels (blank or pre-printed) and end clamps/stops.

All terminals are available in grey (standard) red, blue, black and orange.

Dinkle DIN rail terminals carry VDE, UL, FI, TUV, CSA and CE approvals as well as being fully RoHS compliant.

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