TOPJOB® S | Now Compression Button and Sleeve

TOPJOB® S | Now Compression Button and Sleeve

You know best which terminal is suitable for your application and method of use.

In addition to the standard series, WAGO TOPJOB ® S rail terminal blocks are available with lever or push button options.

TOPJOB ® S WITH COMPRESSION BUTTON

  • In all cross sections and function terminals
  • Single core and ferrule conductors can be pushed by hand
  • Compatible with all accessories of the TOPJOB® S family
TOPJOB® S | Now Compression Button and Sleeve

TOPJOB ® S WITH HANDLE

  • The simplest termination; manual insertion and removal
  • Side entry for connection of conductors that are difficult to bend
  • Nominal cross sections: 2.5 / 4 mm², 6/10 mm² and 16/25 mm²
  • Handle design allows the clamping unit to be open or closed
  • 2 and 3 conductor versions
TOPJOB® S | Now Compression Button and Sleeve

STANDARD TOPJOB ® S

  • The slot is opened with a screwdriver and remains this way until it is released into the conductor.
  • The conductor is left in the open slot and the connection is made when the screwdriver is pulled.

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2 Responses

  1. July 29, 2020

    […] WAGO Topjob S terminals manufactured since 2003 can be used in an upper section. Because in the tests carried out by KEMA and DEKRA, TOPJOB S meets all IEC 60947-7-1 requirements, and the ground terminal blocks also meet IEC 60 947-7-2 requirements. For example; Although 2.5mm2 / 24A is printed on the 2002 series, the terminal block is also fully approved for 4mm2 and 32A. This ensures that the terminal does not heat up as a result of the excellent conductivity coefficient consisting of stainless steel and copper busbar and this thermal value does not exceed the values ​​required by IEC under any vibration. WAGO, which has been approved in this series for the whole series, declares the relevant test documents directly. The values ​​written on the terminal are the maximum cross-section that can be used in the ferrule in case of use with ferrule and the maximum current that can be drawn through the cable in this ferrule and related section. WAGO uses stainless steel in its terminals. This means that we provide 35 years of warranty if the correct connection is made to our products. This period has been proven once again by retiring our terminals that were installed on trains 35 years ago in test laboratories and getting full marks from all tests. In other words, the spring we use in our products never experiences metal fatigue. […]

  2. August 10, 2020

    […] new 2042 Series Plug-In Modules can be installed directly on the WAGO TOPJOB® S Rail Terminal Blocks and can be used as relays, solid state relays and switching modules. The modules can be easily […]

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