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OEM Automatic is offering a range of screw terminals from Contaclip with features designed to increase connection strength, speed assembly times and optimise stock.

The terminals have a compact housing shape, high stability, good vibration resistance and improved wire grip at the terminal point.

The screw connection makes it easy and safe to connect both solid and flexible wires with or without ferrules.

The protective earth terminals have rail connections on both sides of the foot; they simply snap onto the Din rail with no need for screws.

The insulated cross connectors are pluggable and pushed into place in one of two channels in the top of each terminal.

These features speed up assembly time while ensuring maximum mechanical and electrical security, said Contaclip.

A cutting tool can be used to shorten the pluggable cross connectors as required.

Once cut, the exposed edge is simply covered using the push-on insulation cap to ensure touch protection is fully maintained.

Where once many different variations of cross connectors needed to be stocked, customers can now use just one length of cross connectors and some end caps, which helps to reduce inventory costs.

Most applications demand clearly marked terminals.

The four-way labelling channel in conjunction with a wide range of markers allows a variety of possibilities.

Pre-marked labels are available with standard letters and digits or custom labels can be marked to exact requirements.

Contaclip products are tested to ensure conformity with all relevant international (IEC) and European standards (EN).

These terminals can be used alongside many items from the existing range, including bigger capacity feed-through terminals, fuse terminals, disconnect terminals, double deckers, plus many more.

They are also compatible with many accessories including end plates, partition plates, end stops, external cross connectors and some of the marking options.

Contaclip also offers two ranges of screwless terminals.

Tension Spring requires a screwdriver to install the wire, whereas Pressure Spring is simply pushed in without the need for any tools.

These alternative technologies are said to allow quicker installation times and offer good resistance to vibration.

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