Utility supplies: Adjustable busbars slash installation time

utility supplies WAGO

Utility supplies: WAGO offers a wide variety of shielding products to assist in eliminating unwanted electrical noise. Used with WAGO’s new shield clamp that features an exclusive latching spring, 790 Series adjustable busbars provide excellent shield contact and performance.

The adjustable carriers are available with heights from 70 to 80 mm. Busbars can be cut to any desired length. Your advantages include:
• Busbars are pre-connected to the DIN rail adapter – cutting installation time
• Adjustable T-connectors allow the busbar to be positioned horizontally and vertically
• Flexible mounting options with carrier on one or both sides and varying heights and orientations

Adjustable busbar carriers are also compatible with other WAGO shield accessories offering a one-stop solution that makes any installation quick and easy.

About WAGO:
Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at WAGO. From our pioneering CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology to our extensive range of interconnect, interface and automation solutions, such as the fieldbus independent WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM, our customers count on the unconditional performance and reliability of our products to ensure the safe, efficient operation of their systems every time.

For more information about WAGO or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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