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Phoenix Contact Push X Terminal Blocks | Digital Datasheet

March 13, 2024 by All About Circuits

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Phoenix Contact Push X Terminal Blocks

Phoenix Contact Push X Terminal Blocks, leveraging Push-X technology, present a sophisticated solution for efficient and wireable PCB connectors.

These blocks streamline PCB wiring by accommodating single conductors with the versatility to connect various conductor types, including those with and without ferrules. 

XPC series features the integrated Push-X conductor connection, allowing quick and effortless connection of both flexible and rigid conductors. The XPC series ensures direct, tool-free, and secure conductor connections. It incorporates a locking mechanism with a pre-tensioned contact spring, facilitating fully automatic clamping. 

The orange conductor release button enhances user safety and usability. Featuring reliable wiring with acoustic and visual feedback, the terminal blocks are well-suited for applications in control cabinets or field connections. 

Additionally, they support quick conductor release, plug-in compatibility with other COMBICON headers, and integrate an option for convenient testing.

The utilization of Push-X technology further optimizes assembly time, making it a technologically advanced and efficient solution for automated wiring processes.

For more information, visit Phoenix Contact.


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