Weidmüller TERMSERIES Relay modules

Weidmüller TERMSERIES

January 4, 2023

Weidmüller TERMSERIES relay modules are diverse all-rounders in the extensive Klippon® Relay range. The pluggable modules are easily available in different variants and can be exchanged quickly and easily – they are ideal for modular systems. The status LED in the form of ejection lever with holders for markers makes them ideal for maintenance environments. The products from Weidmüller TERMSERIES are space saving, efficient, easy to use and simple in configuration. They are available in widths from 6.4 mm. Besides their diverse applications & versatility, they are capable of unlimited cross-connection combinations and are available with extensive accessories.

Weidmüller TERMSERIES Features

  • 1 and 2 CO contacts, 1 NO contact
  • Unique multi-voltage input from 24 to 230 V UC
  • Input voltages from 5 V DC to 230 V UC with coloured marking: AC: red, DC: blue, UC: white
  • Due to high-quality design and no sharp edges no risk of injuries during installation
  • Partition plates for optical separation and reinforcement of insulation

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