Dinkle DKU Barrier Terminal Blocks

Dinkle DKU Barrier Terminal Blocks

New DKU screw type terminal blocks use a spring-guided system where the screws are integrated and captive within the terminal enclosure. These screws can be backed out so that ring- or U-shaped cable lugs can be inserted, without the possibility of losing the screw. The housing also ensures proper alignment of the screw and lug. Connection screws are integrated with washers to deliver secure connectivity and vibration resistance, even in harsh environments. The screws and washers are made with zinc-plated steel to inhibit rust.

The DKU terminal housing is designed to enclose the screws and conductors, providing better protection for the user and equipment than traditional designs that lack a cover. DKU terminals are available in DIN rail and panel-mount configurations, and are offered with accessories to improve installation convenience, such as jumpers, marking labels, end caps and end brackets.


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