TOPJOB® S / Range of Jumpers

TOPJOB® S / Range of Jumpers

 

TOPJOB® S / Range of Jumpers

 

1- Push-In Type Jumper Bars

  • Simply insert push-in type jumper bars into
    one of the center jumper slots.
  • Insert the operating tool between the jumper
    and partition wall of the dual jumper slots,
    then lift up the jumper.
  • Place the operating tool in the center of
    jumpers for up to five contacts, or alternately
    on both sides for jumpers with more
    than five contacts.

2- Staggered Jumpers

  • Staggered jumpers allow 2002 and 2003 Series terminal
    blocks to accommodate two potentials in a single jumper
    slot alongside each other.
  • Dual jumper slots allow four different potentials to be
    accommodated along side each other.
  • Make sure that only one contact lug is inserted per contact.
  • Insert the staggered jumpers so that the red lines of both
    jumpers are facing each other.

TOPJOB® S / Range of Jumpers

TOPJOB® S / Range of Jumpers

3- Commoning with Step-Down Jumpers

  • 2016‑499 Step-Down Jumpers common 16/10 mm²
    (16/8 AWG) terminal blocks (2016/2010 Series) with
    10/6/4/2.5 mm² (8/10/12/14 AWG) terminal blocks
    (2010/2006/2004/2002 Series).
  •  2006‑499 Step-Down Jumpers common 6/4 mm²
    (10/12 AWG) terminal blocks (2006/2004 Series) with
    4/2.5/1.5 mm² (AWG 12/14/16) terminal blocks
    (2004/2002/2001 Series).
  • And end plate must be inserted between the terminal
    blocks to be commoned.

 

4- Commoning with Push-In Type Jumper Bars

  • Commoning via open terminal side with end plate allows
    jumpering over two cross-section sizes for 16 mm²/6 AWG
    (2016 Series) and 10 mm²/8 AWG (2010 Series), e.g., from
    16 mm²/6 AWG (2016 Series) to 6 mm²/10 AWG (2006
    Series) or from 10 mm²/8 AWG (2010 Series) to
    4 mm²/12 AWG (2004 Series).
  • One cross-section size can be jumpered over when commoning
    6 mm²/4 mm²/2.5 mm² (10/12/14 AWG) terminal
    blocks (2006/2004/2002 Series): from 6 mm²/10 AWG
    (2006 Series) to 4 mm²/12 AWG (2004 Series)
  • Commoning via closed terminal side with end plate allows
    jumpering over two cross-section sizes, e.g., from
    16 mm²/6 AWG (2016 Series) to 6 mm²/10 AWG (2006
    Series) or from 6 mm²/10 AWG (2006 Series) to
    2.5 mm²/14 AWG (2002 Series).

 

5- Vertical Jumpers

  • Created for double- and triple-deck Terminal Blocks
    TOPJOB® S, the vertical jumpers can common two or
    three levels.

6- Adjacent Jumpers for Continuous Commoning

  • Any number of 2002 Series Terminal Blocks can be commoned
    without a push-in type jumper bar (2- to 10-way).
  •  These jumpers are ideal for electric motor wiring or 4-conductor,
    double-deck rail-mount terminal blocks that only
    have one jumper slot per level. Connection is made by
    inserting each contact of two adjacent jumpers in a single
    slot.

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