Splicing Connector Family Expands Mounting Options

Oct. 8, 2008
Enlarging the 222 Series LEVER-NUTS splicing connector family are three components for multiple mounting and strain relief configurations. The mounting carrier (222-500), strain relief plate (222-505), and angled DIN-rail adapter (222-510) support

Enlarging the 222 Series LEVER-NUTS splicing connector family are three components for multiple mounting and strain relief configurations. The mounting carrier (222-500), strain relief plate (222-505), and angled DIN-rail adapter (222-510) support LEVER-NUTS in applications where fixed-mounting and/or strain relief are required. The 222-500 holds four two-wire, three three-wire, or two five-wire LEVER-NUTS connectors. Designed for vertical DIN-rail mounting or panel mounting in either vertical or horizontal orientation via screws, the 222-500 carrier also features molded-in terminal markings or optional self-adhesive marking strips. The 222-505 affixes to the 222-500 mounting carrier, adding four additional strain relief points. The complete unit snaps onto a DIN-rail for vertical orientation or mounts on flat surfaces via screws, either horizontally or vertically. The 222-510 provides horizontal DIN-rail mounting for carriers in the 222 LEVER-NUTS, 773 WALL-NUTS, and 273 Series PUSH WIRE connector families. The right-angle adapter offers a snap-fit to the appropriate carrier as well as snap-in DIN-rail mounting. WAGO CORP., Germantown, WI. (800) 346-7245.

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