Micro and miniature terminal blocks

Micro and miniature terminal blocks

The miniature and micro terminal blocks accommodate the increasing miniaturization in machine building and switchgear and control cabinet manufacturing. Despite their small size, the terminal blocks use the standardized bridge, marking, and test accessories of the CLIPLINE complete system.

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Advantages

  • Space saving thanks to the miniature design with flexible mounting options
  • Clear arrangement with markings on all terminal points
  • Easy potential distribution with standardized plug-in bridges
  • Space-saving potential distribution with compact micro potential distributors
  • Testing options for all common test probes
  • Time-saving and modular layout with plug-in solutions
Miniature terminal blocks, Push-in connection technology

Miniature terminal blocks, Push-in connection technology

MPT miniature terminal blocks

The miniature terminal blocks have an overall width of just 3.5 mm and an installed height of 28.1 mm on the NS 1 DIN rail5. This makes the mini feed-through terminal blocks ideal for mounting in small control boxes, control panels, connection boxes, etc. You can install rigid conductors with cross-sections up to 4°mm² with these terminal blocks. The standardized marking covers the function shaft of the small terminals. The function shaft can still be used with standard plug-in bridges. The miniature terminal blocks with the COMBI plug-in zone are ideal for a modular and compact system structure, and they use the familiar plug-in components and accessories of the CLIPLINE complete system.

Miniature terminal block

Miniature terminal block

Micro terminal blocks and micro potential distributors

The Phoenix Contact micro terminal blocks accommodate conductors with a connection capacity of 0.14 mm² to 1.5 mm². The terminal blocks provide a particularly space-saving wiring solution in various mounting types. You can snap the micro terminal blocks onto an NS 15 DIN rail or secure them directly to the mounting wall using securing pins or latching flanges. The individual terminal blocks have an extra test point for service- and maintenance work. The micro terminal blocks are also available as compact potential distributor variants with various numbers of positions. The individual terminal points are marked with self-adhesive marker strips.