Terminal blocks for rail vehicles

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Terminal blocks for rail vehicles
Plug-in COMBI terminal blocks

Plug-in terminal blocks for rolling stock

Plug-in terminal blocks enable the modular and time-saving construction of your rail vehicle system. They are available with spring, screw, and fast connection technology up to 6 mm² and 41 A. Various basic terminal blocks, cross-sections, and a comprehensive range of accessories complete the portfolio.

Push-in terminal blocks with lateral conductor connection

Push-in terminal blocks with lateral connection

In the case of flat distributor boxes or railway installations behind covers and compartments, it is often not possible to route conductors through a front connection. Those who nevertheless want to use Push-in Technology should opt for the PTV series. It combines all the benefits of classic Push-in connection technology with lateral conductor connection.

Terminal blocks with Power-Turn spring connection

Wiring power technology with Power-Turn connection

Even though bolt connections are still widely used for power wiring in rail vehicles, we have also developed innovative Power-Turn spring connection terminal blocks for cable connections up to 185 mm² and 309 A. With this alternative to bolt or screw connections, the conductor is contacted reliably by means of spring-cage technology. It is not necessary to use a torque tool or ring cable lug. The terminal blocks are therefore also suitable for fast and flexible replacement in rail vehicles.

CLIPLINE complete function terminals

Function terminals for all rail vehicle applications

Function terminals can be found in almost every rail vehicle; they are used for switching tasks for signal conditioning, to protect circuits, or for disconnection, testing, and measurement purposes. The CLIPLINE complete range includes versatile function terminals for the railway industry. Terminal blocks with an electronic component, such as a diode or resistor, are used in particular here. The component is either integrated in the terminal block or inserted in the component holder on the outside.