Available in single-level, double-level, triple-level, sensor, mini, grounding, fuse holder, disconnect, plug-in, thermocouple, test plug and direct mount terminal block types
DINnectors are simply DIN rail mounted terminal blocks. Most control panels use some type of terminal strip or terminal block connector to connect the control wiring (PLCs, relays, contactors, etc.) to the field wiring.
Customers who have made the switch to DINnector terminal blocks tell us that DINnectors are the same or better quality than the brand they were using, but are significantly less expensive. From skateboard manufacturing to precision machine tools, from panel shops to petrochemical plants, customers appreciate the value and low price of these industrial terminal blocks.
DINnector DIN Rail Terminal Blocks and Accessories
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DIN rail provides easy installation and removal of terminal blocks and other devices. DIN rail is sold in 1 meter (39 inch) lengths:
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Feed-through single level terminal blocks are available in a number of colors and wire size options.
Feed-through double-level terminal blocks offer twice the wiring density of single level feed-through blocks.
Feed-through triple-level terminal blocks enable either high-density wiring or simplified, low-cost sensor wiring.
Mini terminal blocks are used in areas with extremely limited space requirements. Miniature terminal blocks are mountable on 15mm DIN rails.
Grounding terminal blocks are used to mechanically and electrically connect wires to the DIN rail allowing the rail to function as a ground bus bar.
Fuse terminal blocks provide easily-replaceable fuse protection for PLC output devices or modules. DN-FE series terminal block sockets accept circuit disconnects or supplementary circuit breakers.
The DN-DIS10 and DN-KDB12 disconnect terminal blocks allow fast circuit disconnection without rewiring.
Single and double level DN-EMXxx plug-in terminal blocks with screw terminals accept all DN-nnPLUG Euro plugs.
Thermocouple terminal blocks are designed with only one screw clamp to provide suitable connections to thermocouple sensors.
DIN rail end brackets are required at each end of a terminal block assembly to add rigidity and to prevent sliding.
A terminal block end cover is required to provide electrical insulation for the exposed metal components of the last terminal block in an assembly.
Certain VDE regulations require the use of terminal block top covers. Covers are printed with a warning arrow and the international danger symbol.
Separators are used to electrically or visually separate groups of terminal blocks, or to electrically insulate adjacent internal jumpers.
Provide circuit organization and identification of the terminals. Marking tags are available either blank or preprinted, and fit onto the DN-series DINnector terminal blocks.
Jumpers and jumper bars are used to electrically interconnect two or more consecutive terminal blocks, without reducing the wiring capacity of the blocks.
Test plugs are inserted into the terminal block current bar and are used for hands-free circuit troubleshooting and testing.