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Dec 13, 2016

TOPJOB®S Sensor/Actuator Terminal Blocks Send a Clear Signal

Germantown, WI – December, 2016

New Sensor/Actuator DIN-rail mount terminal blocks save up to 72% space on the rail, as compared to standard feed-through terminals.

LEDs, jumpers, and marking are always visible—even when wired --making it easier to terminate and trouble shoot sensors and actuators. With TOPJOB®S sensor terminal blocks, positive and negative potentials can be endlessly expanded using standard jumpers without pole number limitation. Additional advantages include:

  • High signal density with only 3.5 mm width per sensor
  • Endless commoning with standard jumpers-- no limitation
  • Convenient, fast, and cost-effective marking system
  • LED, wiring and marking in plain view for quick status/overview

TOPJOB®S Sensor/Actuator terminal blocks provide the most compact and streamlined wiring of proximity switches, photo electric barrier, actuators, valves and a wide variety of sensor applications. Like the entirety of the TOPJOB®S portfolio, these also come equipped with the fast, vibration-proof and maintenance-free Push-in CAGE CLAMP® connection technology.

About WAGO:

Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at WAGO. From our pioneering CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology to our extensive range of Interconnect, Interface and Automation solutions, such as the fieldbus independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM, our customers count on the unconditional performance and reliability of our products to ensure the safe, efficient operation of their systems every time.

For additional information, visit www.wago.us. Contact WAGO at 1-800-DIN-RAIL or info.us@wago.com.

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