New Rugged 115A / 600V High-Power Modular Terminal Blocks

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BlockMaster’s newly released high power modular terminal blocks comes with unique modular and block mounting feature, suitable for DIN rail or panel mounting

BlockMaster Electronics launched a new line of rugged, high power modular terminal blocks in 1-, 2-, 3-or 4-pole configurations.

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The new High-Power HP-ATA-115B Modular Blocks from BlockMaster simply snap together to create a block with 1 to 4 poles. They are suitable for DIN rail or panel mounting.

Both these modular and block mounting features are completely unique and is not available anywhere else in the market, as claimed by the company.

The interlocking style blocks feature a low profile and are available with an optional clear plastic cover for protection and safety. These high-power modular blocks are rated 115 Amp and 600 Volt for electrical applications in power panel distribution. Ideally suited for applications such as:

  • Industrial Control Panels
  • HVAC Equipment
  • Standby Generators
  • Alternative Energy
  • Switch Gear
  • Elevator Equipment
  • CNC Equipment

Key features and specifications for the new HP-ATA-115B High Power Modular Terminal Blocks include:

Rated Voltage: 600V
Rated Current: 115A
Screw Size/Torque:
LINE SIDE
5/16 – 24UNF
2 ̴ 3 AWG / 50 Lb./In
4 ̴ 6 AWG / 94 Lb./In
8 AWG / 40 Lb./In
10 ̴ 14 AWG / 35 Lb./In
LOAD SIDE
8 – 36UNF
10 ̴ 18 AWG / 7 Lb./In
Operating Temperature: -20⁰C to + 125⁰C
Housing: PBT (UL90V-0)
Cover: Polycarbonate (UL94V-2)
Terminals: Aluminum
Withstanding Voltage: AC 2,500V / 1 Min.
RoHS compliant

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Company Profile

BlockMaster Electronics has provided innovative interconnect and terminal block solutions to electrical and electronic OEMs since 1994. The company has low-cost, high-quality manufacturing capabilities and can provide reliable products from stock.

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