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UT Series of Screw-clamp Terminal Blocks

Phoenix Contact USA

Triple-level screw-clamp terminal blocks conserve valuable DIN rail space

Phoenix Contact UT-Series Terminal BlocksMIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Phoenix Contact’s UT series of screw-clamp terminal blocks now comes in a space-saving, three-level version. The UT 2.5-3L accepts solid, stranded or ferruled wires with 26-12 AWG.

Push-in bridging on each level saves space while distributing power. Vertical bridges electrically connect all three levels to one another. Each terminal point has a large labeling space for easy identification.

The UT 2.5-3L series features Phoenix Contact’s Reakdyne screw-clamp design to prevent screws from backing out. Components are manufactured from corrosion-resistant copper alloy. This robust design makes the terminal blocks ideal for mission-critical applications. The UT line of terminal blocks is widely found in energy, oil and gas, water treatment, machine building and other industrial automation systems.

UT 2.5-3L terminals have current ratings of 300 V at 20 A or 600 V at 5 A* under UL file # E60425. *These limited ratings are applicable for use in or with industrial control equipment where the load on any single circuit does not exceed 15 A at 51-150V; 10 A at 151-300V; or 5 A at 301-600 V, or the maximum ampere rating, whichever is less.

The series is part of Phoenix Contact's CLIPLINE Complete system, which features standardized push-in bridging, marking and testing accessories for all connection technologies.

About Phoenix Contact
Phoenix Contact develops and manufactures industrial electrical and electronic technology products that power, protect, connect and automate systems and equipment for a wide range of industries. Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany, operates 47 international subsidiaries, including Phoenix Contact USA in Middletown, Pa.

For more information about the UT 2.5-3L or any other Phoenix Contact product, visit online.

 

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