Well tested

Well tested

Terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact are backed by a reassuring collection of application-specific approvals.

Well tested, universal, and maintenance-free

Terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact are universal for every application. We demonstrate our high level of quality through recognized tests in national and international standards, as well as page after page of application-specific testing.

From UT screw clamp terminal blocks to shock-proof ST spring-cage and PT push-in connection styles, manufacturing connections you can rely on is what Phoenix Contact is known for worldwide.

We control the quality

Phoenix Contact makes the machines that make our products, so the quality is built in. Our reputation comes from using only high-grade metal and plastics in our products and then subjecting each to an extensive series of testing.

Phoenix Contact terminal blocks define quality by exceeding the highest standards with maintenance-free operation.

Wide-ranging capabilities

UT screw terminal blocks feature the Reakdyne® principle, a screw-locking technique that secures a reliable connection. The ST spring-cage series is recognized for rugged resistance to high-vibration environments. Our innovative PT push-in series of blocks delivers very fast and reliable connections with conductor pull-out forces that exceed industry standards.

Phoenix Contact’s trusted, well-tested, and comprehensive portfolio highlights compact modular designs that save space and time, with maximum flexibility.

Phoenix Contact terminal blocks:

  • Reliable connectivity products for every industry, recognized around the world
  • Approved to meet and exceed industry standards including UL/cUL, CSA, and IEC
  • Hazardous approvals for select products including ATEX, Ex, IECEx, and Class I, Zone 1

Learn more about terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact:

PHOENIX CONTACT

586 Fulling Mill Road
Middletown, PA 17057
(800) 888-7388

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Well tested

Terminal blocks from Phoenix Contact are backed by a reassuring collection of application-specific approvals.

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