Utility supplies: System cabling adapter for industrial relay systems

utility equipment Phoenix Contact

Energy management: The new RIF-1-V8 system cabling adapter from Phoenix Contact offers rapid and error-free connection of modules from the Rifline complete relay system to the control level.

The eight-channel adapter links the product characteristics of the relay system with the Varioface system cabling. On the field side, an easy-to-use output block, which can be used in a range of industrial applications, is available to the user. Thanks to the push-in connection technology and the easy potential distribution via jumpers, the relay system can already be wired quickly as standard. You can reduce the wiring time even further with the new adapter.

The product can be snapped onto a row of eight RIF-1 modules via the mounting contacts of the plug-in suppressor modules without the need for any tools. These can be flexibly equipped according to your switching requirements and, when it comes to servicing, they can be replaced without disconnecting the wiring. The adapter is equipped with a flat-ribbon connector. With the system cable, the product can be quickly connected to the controller without the risk of polarity reversal.

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