Single-Level Feed-Thru Ring Terminal Terminal Blocks
The ASIST series is a UL recognized line of terminal blocks that have been designed to mount on standard DIN rail and accept wires equipped with ring lug or fork tongue crimp terminals. There are 5 sizes available with current handling capability ranging from 17 amps to 100 amps. Flat and lock washers are used with every screw to insure maximum surface connection and locking of the screw to prevent loosening. Terminal block markers or labels, center bridges, side jumpers and covers are all available to be used with the ASIST series.
ASI's broad range of marking products will save you both Time and Money. They include terminal block labels, wire markers, name plates, and much more Learn More...
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Ring Terminal DIN Rail Mounted Terminal Block
Current carrying bar is over 75% larger than the competition to ensure maximum current handling
Flat and Locking washers are standard, insure better terminal contact and lock terminal in place
UL94 V0 flammability rating
Screws are nickel plated to insure better corrosion resistance
Ferrules are typically used on the ends of wires. This practice began in Europe and has now become commonplace in the USA. ASI will say you additional money on your application with our wide range of low-cost ferrules and crimping tools.
The bench-top DIN rail cutter from ASI quickly cuts all major types of DIN rail, comes with a steel rule measuring device for setting up multiple cuts of the same length and features a hardened steel cutting die for long life. It cuts the DIN rail clean so burrs are eliminated and the long actuation lever insures that anyone can cut the DIN rail. It is half the price of comparable DIN rail cutters now on the market.
Relay packages such as 8, 10-amp relays, 6mm pluggable for use with PLC's, individual module type relays, multiple relays in a single terminal block, complete modules with 4 to 32 relays, or building a custom module to your requirements are what make ASI a great choice for your relay application.