Ready to robot – Combination of different connection systems

Weidmüller Klippon® Connect terminal blocks AITB for building installation

The requirements for building installations are manifold: Energy efficiency and safety are among them, as are flexibility and convenience, to name only the most important. The necessary infrastructure in a building requires numerous main, sub-distribution and small distribution boards as well as meter cabinets. What they all have in common is that they must accommodate very many functions in a very limited space.
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Video Klippon® Connect AITB terminal blocks: Compact planning, structured wiring
From planning and installation to operation and maintenance, this requires first-class installation solutions that ensure clarity and ease of service in every installation situation.
For this purpose, Weidmüller has developed the new A-Series AITB installation terminals, which meet the wiring and connection requirements in installation distributors according to VDE. With the new terminal block systems, the multiplication of potentials in a 3-phase system can be easily realised via cross-connections.

Practical connection system across all cross-sections

The new terminal block systems are equipped for every task. The uniform busbar position even makes it possible to combine different terminal block products and connection systems in one overall system. For large cross-sections – e. g. N conductors – the side screw terminal connection is available.
Terminal blocks with convenient PUSH IN connection systems are used to collect and distribute the potentials. With this, even stranded wire conductors can be connected by simply pressing the coloured pusher.

Simplified testing routines

The prescribed regular tests include measuring the insulation resistance of all conductors to earth in accordance with VDE 0100-718 and DIN VDE 0100-482. The neutral conductors must also be tested individually and electrically disconnected for this purpose.
Continuous cross-connection channels increase flexibility and save wiring effort
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