PTV feed-through and multi-conductor terminal blocks

Feed-through terminal blocks, multi-conductor terminal blocks, and multi-level terminal blocks

Use the feed-through terminal blocks, multi-level terminal blocks, and multi-conductor terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact for space-saving connection of two or more conductors in just one terminal block. The terminal blocks are characterized by their flexible bridgeability and optimum marking options.

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  • Universal use – connection of small to very large conductor cross-sections
  • Space-saving with a compact design, multi-conductor terminal blocks, and multi-level terminal blocks
  • Easy potential distribution with function shafts on each level
  • Maximum clarity with large marking surfaces
  • Reduction in logistics costs with the uniform CLIPLINE complete system accessories

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XTV terminal block family with Push-X technology

Terminal blocks with Push-X technology

Powerless conductor connection for all types of conductors

Push-X technology sets new benchmarks in connection technology: Using the new technology, you can now connect all types of conductors and cross-sections even faster. The easy and tool-free operation reduces installation times and paves the way for automated wiring.

Main features

  • Push-X technology
  • Lateral conductor routing
  • Nominal cross-sections 6, 10, and 16 mm²
  • Double function shaft
  • Testing option with a test point

Your benefits

  • Maximum ease of operation thanks to the effortless and tool-free direct-connection technology
  • Quick installation of all types of conductors with and without ferrules, thanks to self-actuating Push-X connection technology
  • Reduced installation times, thanks to the clamping space opened at the factory and the elimination of conductor pretreatment
  • Quick and easy conductor release and contact spring re-tensioning with the force-guided pusher element
  • Clearly distinguishable from Push-in terminals due to the modern pusher design
  • Fully compatible with the standardized CLIPLINE complete terminal block system

Feed-through terminal blocks with Push-in connection mounted on a DIN rail

Feed-through terminal blocks

Feed-through terminal blocks

Feed-through terminal blocks are characterized by two terminal points and a compact design. The large cross-section range of the feed-through terminal blocks allows universal use in every application. Along with the standard feed-through terminal blocks for wiring with copper litz wires, for example, Phoenix Contact also provides Al/Cu terminal blocks. The universal terminal blocks enable the connection of aluminum and copper conductors in just one terminal block.

Multi-conductor terminal blocks with Push-in connection

Multi-conductor terminal blocks

Multi-conductor terminal blocks

Even more compact wiring is possible with the multi-conductor terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact. Multi-conductor terminal blocks are feed-through terminal blocks with three or four connections that are all routed via the same current bar. This allows you to connect up to four conductors with individual wiring per terminal block. The design of the terminal blocks means that fewer terminal blocks and supply lines are required for wiring. Along with an improved overview, this also enables wiring or potential distribution in tight spaces.

Double-level terminal blocks with Push-in connection snapped onto a DIN rail

Double-level terminal blocks

Double-level terminal blocks

Compared to the feed-through terminal blocks, the double-level terminal blocks enable even higher wiring density and greater flexibility than the multi-conductor terminal blocks. To put it simply, double-level terminal blocks are two feed-through terminal blocks in one terminal block. To make this possible, the terminal blocks have two levels, each of which carries a potential. If necessary, these levels can be quickly and easily connected with vertical PV bridges, which means that the double-level terminal blocks can also be used as multi-conductor terminal blocks. To reduce manual bridging effort, the portfolio also includes terminal blocks with permanently integrated bridging. These versions have “PV” in the product name. The double-level terminal blocks with lateral conductor connection feature offset levels. The offset enables unhindered access to the lower connection level and its push button or screw, even when fully wired.

Multi-level terminal blocks with Push-in connection snapped onto a DIN rail

Multi-level terminal blocks

Multi-level terminal blocks

Multi-level terminal blocks are terminal blocks that have multiple levels. Unlike double-level terminal blocks, they usually have three or four levels, but are similar in design to double-level terminal blocks. Each of the levels carries its own potential. The top two levels can usually be connected easily by means of vertical bridging, as in the case of double-level terminal blocks. The multi-level terminal blocks are also available in versions with integrated PV bridging.
The portfolio also includes special motor terminals for the space-saving connection of three-phase motors. The bridging option for simple phase bridging on each level reduces the wiring time.

Efficient planning with PROJECT complete

Efficient planning with PROJECT complete

Efficient planning with PROJECT complete

Intuitive configuration, intelligent functions, and a customizable user interface: The PROJECT complete planning and marking software is the innovative solution for the easy planning of your terminal strips and the straightforward creation of the corresponding markings.

From the transfer of data from electrical planning to delivery of your finished product, the software features individual and convenient process support.

Open product brochure for terminal blocks

Terminal blocks product brochure


Would you like to get printed materials about our terminal blocks? Below you will find various brochures on the subject of terminal blocks. In addition to the product brochure, you will find a brochure about the CLIPLINE complete terminal block system and about the quality tests for the terminal blocks.