More than just reliable electrical connections: TOPJOB® S Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks have a long-standing reputation for ensuring safe and maintenance-free system operation in a wide variety of industrial applications and modern building installations.
TOPJOB® S Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks are backed by the renowned reliability of Push-in CAGE CLAMP®. This is WAGO’s spring pressure connection technology that accommodates all conductor types; what’s more, you may not need to prepare the conductor before termination (depending on conductor type). For example, solid, stranded and fine-stranded conductors with ferrules are terminated by simply pushing them in. TOPJOB® S Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks feature industry-leading safety reserves, allowing you to use a single rail-mounted terminal block system worldwide for virtually any application.
Is space tight in your control cabinet or in your terminal box? The 870 Series compact rail-mounted terminal blocks are the perfect solution for you. With their proven CAGE CLAMP® technology, these terminal blocks are well equipped to provide vibration-proof and reliable connections.
WAGO's miniature rail-mounted terminal blocks are ideal for space-limited applications and small conductor sizes.
Our proven CAGE CLAMP® connection technology is also used in our miniature rail-mounted terminal blocks: vibration-proof and easy to handle. The through and ground conductor terminal blocks are suitable for conductor sizes between 0.08 - 2.5 mm². These terminal blocks can be marked using Miniature WSB Quick marking system. Tap-off modules are available for testing applications. .
TOPJOB® Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks: from 2.5 mm2 to 35 mm2
TOPJOB® Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks with CAGE CLAMP® connection technology are ideal for conventional applications:
Perform wiring quickly and easily under factory conditions
"Even when time is of the essence, when rushing and short time schedules dictate our workday, this must not detract from the quality of our installation work. In cases like these, the WAGO rail-mounted terminal blocks with FIT CLAMP® (WAGO IDC technology) are exactly the right choice. They combine all the features of the tried-and-tested WAGO connection technologies: on the one hand, FIT CLAMP® for factory wiring without stripping the conductors, and on the other, CAGE CLAMP® for wiring in the field.
FIT CLAMP® can be used to connect conductor sizes from 0.31 mm² to 1.5 mm² – and this with average time-saving of around 33% as compared to installation with the proven CAGE CLAMP® technology. Rail-mounted terminal blocks with FIT CLAMP® are just 5 mm wide, as are the CAGE CLAMP® terminal blocks."
Through its use of tried-and-tested CAGE CLAMP® connection technology, the Classic rail-mounted terminal block program from WAGO unites safety and reliability with user-friendliness.
Whether the situation calls for rail-mounted terminal blocks with front-entry wiring, side-entry wiring or screw clamp, the WAGO portfolio provides the perfect solution for any challenge. Appropriate function terminal blocks have been added to WAGO's Classic terminal block program for special applications. Our customers profit from our decades of experience that is reflected in our products with Spring Pressure Termination Technology. This is why CAGE CLAMP® connection technology forms the basis for practically all Classic rail-mounted terminal blocks.
285 Series High-Current Terminal Blocks with POWER CAGE CLAMP for 35, 50, 95 and 185 mm² (2, 2/0, 4/0 AWG and 350 kcmil) conductors
Like our original CAGE CLAMP®, the POWER CAGE CLAMP connection technology is fast and easy to wire, vibration-proof, corrosion-resistant and 100 % maintenance-free. The newest addition to the POWER CAGE CLAMP family means WAGO boasts the most comprehensive spring pressure offering of rail mount terminal blocks in the market today – ranging from 0.08 mm² (28 AWG) up to 185 mm2 (350 kcmil).
Wiring large conductors is easy:
Patchboard systems and busbar terminal blocks with CAGE CLAMP® connection: Double-potential terminal blocks, matrix patchboards, common potential matrix patchboards, rail-mounted terminal blocks for matrix patching and common potential terminal blocks.
Applications for matrix patchboards and terminal blocks for matrix patching are installation engineering, power stations, the food processing industry and process engineering. Especially in these sectors, it is frequently necessary to rewire during commissioning. This concerns sensor and actuator signals, but also signals from monitoring systems and central computers. For this interface between control and field level, matrix patchboards and terminal blocks for matrix patching provide a space-saving solution for distribution boards with two-way or one-way access.
Easy handling and a wide range of accessories for the WAGO shield connecting system provides for user-tailored installation.
Today's industry requires that equipment have some form of electromagnetic compatibility (EMV). Minimizing sensitivity and transmission of magnetic flux helps achieve this goal. These magnetic fluxes can cause many different types of errors (frequency converter, quicker load change, etc). Taking measurements is the only way to detect any interfering magnetic fluxes. When they are detected, precautions need to be taken such as a good grounding of the enclosure and a large area for the shielding (skin effect when the magnetic fluxes are at high frequency).
With its shield connecting system, WAGO offers a comprehensive and very effective program for this. Both the EMV and the nominal values given will be controlled within the expected range. Installation at a later date is also a simple process. The WAGO shield connecting system is insulated and can also be used as a grounding potential.
WAGO has an extensive range of accessories for rail-mounted terminal block systems:
Combination of rail-mounted terminal blocks and connectors with CAGE CLAMP®connection. The X-COM-SYSTEM® is the perfect solution for switchgear and control applications.
Our Solutions – Your Benefits. The WAGO X-COM® SYSTEM
The WAGO X-COM®-SYSTEM, a COM-bination of connectors and rail-mounted terminal blocks, has grown to become a modular system for universal wiring applications since being introduced onto the market in 1997. This system makes all current rail-mounted terminal block functionalities suitable for plug and play applications. Even components that are not mounted on a DIN 35 carrier rail can be easily incorporated into existing system wiring using the X-COM-SYSTEM®.
The WAGO X-COM®S-SYSTEM: Combination of connectors and TOPJOB®S rail-mounted terminal blocks. This system makes all current TOPJOB®S rail-mounted terminal block functionalities suitable for plug and play applications.
The 294 and 294 Series Linect® Power Supply Connectors connect lighting fixtures and other devices. These connectors can be used worldwide and accommodate solid, stranded and fine-stranded conductors.
The Push-in CAGE CLAMP® connection used here allows solid, stranded and fine-stranded conductors to be connected without any preliminary preparation of the conductor (ultrasonic compression, ferrules, etc.). If required, the connectors can be retrofitted with a strain relief plate. As an option, a direct PE (ground) contact is located beneath the connector; this can be used to integrate the metallic enclosure of the connector into the protective system directly on installation of the connector. The internal connection end is equipped with a fully functional third contact for each pole for a cross section range of 0.5 to 0.75 mm². The corresponding PE pole can accommodate an external PE (ground) contact.
Installation connectors – from the classic WAGO PUSH WIRE® connectors for junction boxes and lighting connectors up to the compact splicing connectors for all conductor types.
The screwless connection technology invented by WAGO set new international standards in electrical installation more than 30 years ago. We built upon this technology in the development of new series of products, making it possible today for WAGO to offer you the right solution for all types of connection applications as the world market leader. One of our current innovations is the 2273 Series: This WAGO COMPACT PUSH WIRE® connector for junction boxes is up to 63 % smaller than other junction box connectors available on the market at present and offers you even more safety functions. The 221 Series COMPACT Splicing Connector for all wire types is WAGO's latest innovation: It is up to 40 % smaller, features additional safety functions via transparent housing and is easier to use. The 221 Series COMPACT Splicing Connector for all wire types is WAGO's latest innovation: It is up to 40 % smaller, features additional safety functions via transparent housing and is easier to use.
The WINSTA® system forms the electrical interface from power supply and distribution to electrical loads (e.g., lights), including data processing (bus lines in building automation).
WINSTA® is a pluggable connection system that is ideally suited to building system requirements. The system provides the ability to simply plug electrical installations and components together – making install safe, error-free and quick. Using pre-assembled and quality-tested components (such as conductors and distribution boxes), installation time required at the job site is reduced to a minimum. TheWINSTA® system forms the electrical interface from power supply and distribution to electrical loads (e.g., lights), including data processing (bus lines in building automation).
Pluggable PCB connectors, compact design for conductor size 0.2 - 2.5 mm².
PCB terminal blocks that double as pluggable connectors when required. Two-conductor, compact PCB connectors or modular PCB connectors for EIB applications - compact plugging on solder pin strips and on individual solder pins.
On delivery, the picoMAX® eCOM pluggable female connectors are fitted with solder pins, allowing them to be directly soldered to a PCB and then wired just as conventional PCB terminal blocks are.
Various versions of panel feedthrough terminal blocks, with pin spacing from 5 to 11.5 mm.
Panel feedthrough terminal blocks and terminal strips with internal solder/wire-wrap connection, PCB connection or conductor termination at both ends up to 16 mm².
Easy installation – partially with direct ground contact with enclosure/panel
Special feature: The 828 Series is available with operating levers and guarantees safe, reliable and easy conductor termination up to 16 mm².
Since it’s inception in 1995 as the first fieldbus independent modular input-output system, the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM has grown to include programmable logic controllers (PLC), fieldbus couplers, and over 400 different digital, analog and special function modules.
Offering a compact, rack-less design with an optimal cost to performance ratio, the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM also includes the following advantages :
Where previously discrete wiring was once required, fieldbuses now provide communication between control unit, system and machine. Depending on equipment type, cabinet-free automation systems help minimize costs for planning, start-up, and servicing. To continue leading the way, WAGO has throttled its modular SPEEDWAY 767 I/O-System, boosting the performance of IP67-rated components.
In addition to requiring a high degree of protection, a robust design and standardized connection technology, there is an increasing demand for highly functional IP67 features that were once only reserved for IP20 systems, such as:
The IP67 Fieldbus system does not offer in every situation the flexibility and cost-effectiveness which would allow the user to achieve a consistent change-over from the IP20 to the IP67 automation system. For this reason, effective IP20/IP67 solutions provide a useful alternative
Cabling accessories for the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM IP67 (755 Series), for the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM IP67 SPEEDWAY (767 Series) and for the IP67 Sensor/Actuator Boxes (757 Series)
Fieldbus cables, system cables, power supply cables, sensor/actuator cables, configurable connectors, connecting cables for sensor/actuator boxes and accessories
The range of WAGO Switches ensures scalability of your network infrastructure with outstanding electrical and mechanical characteristics.
These robust devices are designed for industrial use and they are fully compliant with IEEE802.3, 802.3u and feature function monitoring and redundant voltage supplies ranging from of 9 to 48V. Features such as auto-negotiation and auto-MDI/MDIX (crossover) on all 10/100 BaseTX ports, as well as store-and-forward switching mode, are also available.
All individual settings and input of parameters in the graphic Web interface can be made at the click of a mouse. Access to this interface is achieved via the Web server of the integrated application controller.
The flexROOM® concept is oriented on the room axes. Each axis is provided with the same functions across all disciplines: with a sunblind control, two lighting circuits and an individual room control. Move walls intuitively and quickly, re-arrange rooms, configure lighting and shading groups – all with only a few clicks of the mouse.
Relays and optocouplers are used everywhere where electrical signals must be transmitted and galvanic isolation, level adjustment or amplification are required. They are suitable for all industrial applications: process and power technology, rail vehicles, shipbuilding, as well as control cabinet applications.
Benefits of WAGO relays and optocouplers:
WAGO Interface Modules. Safe and maintenance-free connections
Interface modules connect the electronics with the electrical systems at the control level and assume the tasks of
WAGO offers an extensive range of transducers, temperature transducers and signal conditioning modules.
Perfectly pairing a housing with electronics is key to a highly successful device. This is exactly what WAGO has achieved with the new 857 Series Transducers and Relay/Optocoupler Modules:
Advanced Power Supply System - The Right Solution for Each Application.
With the EPSITRON® 787 Series, WAGO offers a complete power supply system for industrial applications. Besides single and three-phase power supply units of the CLASSIC product family (12V, 24V or 48V), single-phase ECO power supply units (24V) and three-phase PRO power supply units with extra output power provided by PowerBoost and TopBoost and an optional LineMonitor are also available. The range also includes buffer modules, uninterruptible power supplies, redundancy modules for parallel operation of power supply units, as well as electronic circuit breakers for selective fuse protection.
WAGO overvoltage protection for improved operational safety and availability
Overvoltage protection devices are electrical equipment whose principal components are voltage dependent resistors (varistors, suppressor diodes) and /or dischargers.
Overvoltage protection devices are used to protect electrical equipment and systems against excess overvoltages (surge) and to generate equipotential bonding.
Empty Housings and DIN-Rail Mounting Carriers
Supplementary to the WAGO product range, pluggable empty housings and interface modules w/o mounting carrier are available for custom, specialty applications or different relay assemblies.
WAGO Radio Receiver Based on EnOcean Technology
Wireless technology can support wired applications or enable completely new applications. In mobile or movable systems, wireless technology is the first choice, but wireless technology is also used if greater distances or obstacles must be overcome.
Using WAGO radio technology products, difficult areas can be easily linked together, without bothersome cables.
Rail-mounted terminal blocks with a rated cross section of 2.5/4mm2 are the most common in the field. WAGO WMB Inline is a revolutionary marking system that offers significant time and cost saving benefits for all WAGO rail-mounted terminal blocks designed to accept this wire range.
Individual markers designed in chain link format with extendable pitch are available on a continuous reel of 1,500 markers. A thermal transfer printer guarantees permanent and smudge-proof printing with no installation time required.