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Incredibly Handy: Lever-Actuated Pluggable PCB Connectors for Power Electronics

Incredibly Handy: Lever-Actuated Pluggable PCB Connectors for Power Electronics

The world’s first pluggable connectors for power electronics with levers allow direct, in-hand wiring of conductors up to 25 mm2 (4 AWG). This new pluggable connector family expands WAGO's MULTI CONNECTION SYSTEM (MCS).

Two versions of the new pluggable connectors are available (wire-to-wire and wire-to-board), and each version offers variants ranging from 2 to 6 poles. All models are designed for a nominal conductor size of 16 mm2 (6 AWG) with ratings up 1,000 V and 75 A (IEC). The connectors are equipped with Push-in CAGE CLAMP® technology for all conductor types, allowing solid and ferruled conductors to be simply pushed into the unit. In addition, the new MCS MAXI 16 Connectors offer a unique space-saving feature: Solid and fine-stranded conductors can be connected to the next larger cross-section (25 mm2/4 AWG) beyond the nominal conductor size.

Wiring Made Easy:

  • Easy-to-use operating lever for tool-free terminations
  • Internal coding without time-consuming adaptation of the housing profile
  • Recoding even when plugged in
  • Optional integrated locking latches prevent accidental disconnection
  • 100% mismating protection

It’s Just That Simple

The lever is incredibly user-friendly with clearly identified open/closed positions. When closing the clamping point, the force of the open spring ensures that the lever closes at low force. This ensures a secure connection of the clamping point.

At a Glance:

  • World’s first lever-actuated pluggable PCB connector for power electronics
  • Easy and direct, in-hand wiring in the field
  • Designed for voltages up to 1,000 V and currents up to 76 A
  • Integrated touch-proof caps for maximum user safety

The article numbers and further technical data of the new MCS Maxi 16 connectors can be found here.

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