PTPOWER and UKH high-current terminal blocks

High-current terminal blocks with Power-Turn and screw technology

Phoenix Contact high-current terminal blocks are designed for a nominal voltage of up to 1,500 V. The terminal blocks can be snapped onto a DIN rail or screwed onto the mounting plate by means of direct mounting. Corresponding pick-off terminals allow easy feed-in and potential distribution. The terminal blocks are available with several cross-section ranges up to 240 mm2.

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Advantages

  • Easy installation of the conductor with Power-Turn technology and screw technology
  • Easy feed-in and voltage pick-off with optional snap-on terminal blocks
  • Easy potential distribution with plug-in or insertion bridges
  • Consistent marking and testing options
  • Flexible mounting with DIN rail or direct mounting versions
  • Reduced mounting and logistics costs with pre-assembled terminal blocks
High-current terminal block with Power-Turn connection

High-current terminal block with Power-Turn connection

High-current terminal blocks with Power-Turn connection

The high-current terminal blocks provide you with the fastest and most user-friendly connection option currently available for wiring large conductors. You can contact conductors up to 185 mm² and 1,500 V IEC or 1,000 V UL simply by pivoting the operating lever.
The PTPOWER terminal blocks with patented Power-Turn spring connection technology allow large conductors to be connected quickly and easily using a standard screwdriver and a single lever movement.
Up to three high-quality spring steel pressure springs work in combination with the prismatic terminal body base to create a vibration-resistant conductor connection that is stable in the long term.

High-current terminal blocks with screw connection

High-current terminal blocks with screw connection

High-current terminal blocks with screw connection

With a 1,500 V nominal voltage, the compact high-current feed-through terminal blocks with screw connection are ideally suited for use in renewable energy generation, particularly in photovoltaics. Four integrated pick-off terminals with a 10 mm² cross-section provide you with a simple feed-in or potential distribution. The appropriate potential distribution blocks are implemented with screw bridges.