NEW PRODUCTS – DIN Rail to Terminal Block Adapters – 10×10 + Dual 1×6

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NEW PRODUCTS – DIN Rail to Terminal Block Adapters – 10×10 + Dual 1×6


This one’s going out to all the makers and designers who use DIN railing in their builds. This adapter plate is perfect for simplifying complex wiring. There are 10 spring-terminal blocks on either side of the PCB, and they are connected straight through.

Use stranded or solid-core wires, they can be signal or power wires. And of course, you can fit a few wires per block so it isn’t just 1:1 wire connection.

No soldering required! Just push in the terminal block tabs and slide in your stranded or solid-core wire. DIN rail not included, of course.

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In stock and shipping now!


5246 iso demo ORIG 2021 10

DIN Rail Dual 1×6 to Terminal Block Adapter

This one’s going out to all the makers and designers who use DIN railing in their builds. This adapter plate is perfect for simplifying complex power supply wiring. There are two spring-terminal blocks on one side of the PCB, and a 2×6 set of connected blocks on the other. As you may expect, the positive marked terminal blocks are all connected together, as are the negative marked blocks.

Use stranded or solid-core wires, they can be signal or power wires. And of course, you can fit a few wires per block so it isn’t just 1:1 wire connection.

No soldering required! Just push in the terminal block tabs and slide in your stranded or solid-core wire. DIN rail not included, of course.

5246 iso ORIG 2021 10

5246 side ORIG 2021 10

5246 iso demo 02A ORIG 2021 10

5246 top demo 2B ORIG 2021 10

5246 quarter ORIG 2021 10

In stock and shipping now!


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