WAGO: SMD PCB Terminal Block

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June 14, 2021

Introducing the SMD PCB terminal block with push-button and Push-in CAGE CLAMP connection technology from WAGO. The SMD PCB features a push-in termination of solid conductors, and convenient termination/removal of fine-stranded conductors via push-button and operating tool at a height of just 2.7 mm. The SMD PCB terminal block is available in tape-and-reel packaging for automated assembly, as well as a PUSH WIRE variant without the push-button (only for solid conductors).

Electrical data

  •    –   Ratings per IEC/EN
    •       –   Ratings per: IEC/EN 60664-1
    •       –   Rated voltage (III/2): 320 V
    •       –   Rated surge voltage (III/2): 4 kV
    •       –   Nominal voltage (II/2): 630 V
    •       –   Rated surge voltage (II/2): 4 kV
    •       –   Rated current: 9 A
    •       –   Legend (ratings): (III / 2) ≙ Overvoltage category III / Pollution degree 2
  •    –   Ratings per UL
    •       –   Rated voltage UL: 1977 600 V
    •       –   Rated current UL: 1977 9 A

Connection data

  •    –   Connection technology: Push-in CAGE CLAMP®
  •    –   Actuation type: Push-button
  •    –   Solid conductor: 0.2 … 0.75 mm² / 24 … 18 AWG
  •    –   Fine-stranded conductor: 0.2 … 0.75 mm² / 24 … 18 AWG
  •    –   Strip length: 7.5 … 9.5 mm / 0.3 … 0.37 inch
  •    –   Conductor connection direction to PCB: 0 °
  •    –   Pole No.: 1
  •    –   Total number of connection points: 1
  •    –   Total number of potentials: 1
  •    –   Number of connection types: 1
  •    –   Number of levels: 1

Physical data

  •    –   Pin spacing: 6.5 mm / 0.256 inch
  •    –   Width: 2.9 mm / 0.114 inch
  •    –   Height: 2.7 mm / 0.106 inch
  •    –   Depth: 8 mm / 0.315 inch
  •    –   Reel diameter of tape-and-reel packaging: 330 mm
  •    –   Tape width: 16 mm

PCB contact

  •    –   PCB Contact: SMD

Material data

  •    –   Color: silver-colored
  •    –   Clamping spring material: Chrome nickel spring steel (CrNi)
  •    –   Contact material: Copper alloy
  •    –   Contact plating: tin-plated
  •    –   Weight: 0.1 g

Environmental requirements

  •    –   Limit temperature range: -60 … +120 °C

Commercial data

  •    –   Packaging type: BOX
  •    –   Country of origin: CH
  •    –   GTIN: 4055143665469
  •    –   Customs tariff number: 85369010000

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