Allen-Bradley Bulletin 1492-P terminal range
The Allen-Bradley Bulletin 1492-P terminal range features push-in actuators for ease of use. The push-in technology used allows for easy insertion of cables (solid, stranded or ferrules).
A low force is required on insertion and to release the cable — the push-in actuator is simply depressed using a tool such as a screwdriver. Alternatively, with fine stranded flex the actuator can be depressed for insertion.
The use of the actuator is fast and easy. It eliminates difficulties in removing cables that can be present with spring clamp technology and is of an insulated design that eliminates the exposure to live conductors. The easy insertion force makes the product approximately 30% faster to use than standard screw-type terminals, according to the company.
The push-in terminal blocks are available in a wide range of standard and application-specific offerings, includes standard terminal blocks of 1.5–6 mm2 in single- or double-deck configuration. Application-specific terminal blocks such as sensor blocks and power distribution blocks are also available, offering a simplified solution to various requirements.
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