SMD PCB Terminal Blocks from WAGO

2065 Series SMD PCB terminal blocks– Reduced to the Essentials

February 20, 2024

SMD PCB Terminal Blocks from WAGO

Reduced to the essentials, WAGO’s new 2065 Series SMD PCB Terminal Block provides the industry’s greatest termination capability in an ultra-compact footprint. Just 2.7 mm (1.063 inch) tall, the compact 2065 Series accommodates conductors from 24 to 18 AWG (0.2 … 0.75 mm², solid and fine-stranded).

The design of WAGO’s 2065 Series SMD PCB is reduced to the essentials. Its elegant simplicity is an impressive feature. Contact frame and spring – more is not necessary to reliably connect solid and fine-stranded conductors. The silver rectangular contact with its seamless tunnel cover and rounded edges makes it particularly robust. The terminal block is also extremely slim and space-saving on the PCB – reducing on-board shadowing. Furthermore, an upward slanted conductor entry simplifies wiring. The frame’s openings not only allow fine-stranded conductors to be terminated via the clamping unit, they also unveil the technology behind it.

Advantages of the 2065 Series SMD PCB:

  • Maximum conductor range, minimum installation space
  • Compact design minimizes on-board LED shadowing
  • Conductor range: 24 … 18 AWG (0.2 … 0.75 mm², solid and fine-stranded)
  • Industry-proven Push-in CAGE CLAMP®
  • Insertion of fine-stranded conductors and removal of all conductor types via operating tool
  • An economical alternative to wire soldering
  • Delivery in tape-and-reel packaging for full integration into SMT soldering process

WAGO Connects Your Light

Compact, low-profile and highly versatile for worldwide applications: Available in six different series, WAGO’s SMD PCB terminal blocks perfectly connect your LED modules.

The Benefits for You:

  • A low profile and white housing minimize on-board shadowing
  • Push-in termination of solid conductors
  • Versions with a push-button for terminating fine-stranded conductors and easily removing all conductor types
  • Terminal strips of different lengths can be mounted without pole loss using one- to three-pole versions
  • Reduced number of variants for lower production costs
  • Delivery in tape-and-reel packaging for full integration into SMT soldering process


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