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Fast and safe push-in connection system from Wieland

18 January 2015

New from Wieland Electric is fasis WTP, a series of DIN rail terminal blocks with push-in connection that combine maximum efficiency with minimum size.

Designed for various wire cross-sections, fasis WTP has a compact design that permits clear and space-saving installation. Thanks to the high-performance contact technology, conductors and accessories can be plugged-in easily without the use of tools, considerably reducing the time required for installation and saving on inventory-related expense.

Without the use of tools, the push-in connection technology of the fasis WTP offers a high degree of flexibility. The connection options are multi-wire and fine-wired conductors with or without wire-end sleeve, ranging from 0.08 to 10mm2 using only 2 terminal types – WTP 2.5/4 and WTP 6/10. This saves space within the control cabinet and reduces costs.

Another benefit is the dynamic clamped connection which compensates load-related and thermal dynamics, thus ensuring a durable mechanical and electrical connection. fasis WTP ensures a vibration-proof connection that can be adapted easily to the most diverse applications and can be assembled reliably even under extremely tough environmental conditions.

Designed for use in machine building, facility engineering and building installation, fasis WTP is available as feed-through terminal and earth terminal with two, three or four conductor terminals per potential and as multi-tier terminal for various switching tasks in an extremely confined space.

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