DIN Rail Terminal Blocks

Non-fused DIN rail terminals are modular plastic blocks that are used to connect two or more electrical wires together in a control cabinet. They offer protection from overcurrent and short-circuits.

How do non-fused DIN rail terminals work?

Non-fused DIN rail terminals have an insulated plastic body that houses the current carrying parts and minimises heat generated when current passes through the wires. They also have a clamping device that allows you to quickly snap them on to a DIN rail. A DIN rail is a standard-sized metal rail used to organise and manage multiple terminals in a compact space. You can easily connect and disconnect a non-fused DIN rail terminal without disrupting other wire terminations.

What are non-fused DIN rail terminals used for?

Non-fused DIN rail terminals are used to maintain complex control circuits in applications such as:

  • Energy management
  • Power supplies
  • Lighting controllers
  • Telecommunications
  • Building management systems
  • Industrial and civil electrical installations
  • Heating and air conditioning controls

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Description Price Series Wire Size Cable CSA Fused Colour Current Rating Number of Levels Termination Method Voltage Rating Pitch Minimum Operating Temperature Maximum Operating Temperature Hazardous Area Certification Standards Met
RS stock no. 824-5539
Mfr. Part No.NSYTRV22
R 22.85
Each (In a Pack of 50)
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RS stock no. 824-5548
Mfr. Part No.NSYTRV42
R 23.821
Each (In a Pack of 50)
NSYTRV 0.14 → 6 mm² 0.14 → 6mm² - Grey 32A Single Screw 1 kV - -40°C +130°C - -