Jumpers are used to electrically interconnect two or more consecutive terminal blocks, without reducing the wiring capacity of the terminal blocks. Terminal block jumpers are available in two, three, four and longer pole configurations, and are supplied with any additional hardware that is needed.
Design improvements have been made to the jumper for the DINnector DN-T8 series terminal blocks.
Enhancements allow the new jumper to replace the current offering of four part numbers.
The new terminal block jumper can be cut-to-fit without specialized tools and has a finger safe insulation. The new jumper is easily customizable to accommodate from 2 to 24 poles. The jumper bars are packaged in five 24-pole pieces with associated insulated screws.
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Welcome to Kickstart where you get to see new products here at AutomationDirect. Today I am going to show you our newly re-designed jumpers for the DINnector series of terminals in the DN-T8 size. Automation Direct has carried terminal blocks for as long as I can remember. As technology changes, designs change and typically for the better. Now our DN-T8 DINnectors have a newly re-designed terminal block jumper that is easier to use, safer and replaces 4 part numbers (as seen on the screen) with 1 new part number (as shown). Not to worry, these are a direct replacement for the old style and work on the old style blocks as well as new style blocks. They are now finger safe and no more using special tools to cut these to size. They can be broken off from 2 jumpers up to 24 jumpers and all you need is a sharp tool like these side cutters to cut the plastic insulator to size. You can find the agency approvals and specs for these DINnector accessories on our website at : www.automationdirect.com Don't forget: we sell all sorts of wiring products like: terminal blocks, wire, cable ties, panel connectors and more. Check back with us often on AutomationDirects websites or on Youtube.com/Automationdirect for more Kickstart videos. If you are watching us on YouTube, please let us know what you think about these new DINnector accessories or how you plan to use them in your application by dropping us a comment down below. Thanks for watching and we hope to see you again soon.