WAGO has been blazing the trail for future technologies for more than 50 years
1968 (DBP 2062158 GM 69158)
PUSH WIRE® plug-in connection technology revolutionized lighting wiring and since 1990, has made fully automated wiring possible.
1974 (DBP 2317040)
In building technology, PUSH WIRE® connectors for junction boxes have become shorthand for a whole class. Installers in many countries simply ask for "WAGOs" when they mean junction box connectors.
1977 (DBP 2706482)
The CAGE CLAMP® Spring Pressure Connection Technology was the model for the universal connection system known around the world today. It is suitable for solid, stranded, and fine-stranded conductors from 0.08 to 35 mm2 (AWG 28-2).
1995 (DBP 4400202)
WAGO presents the launch of the first fieldbus-independent modular I/O system.
1998 (DBP 19817924)
With the POWER CAGE CLAMP connection, WAGO implemented the first spring clamp connection system for conductors up to 95 mm2.
2003 (DBPa 10239273.0)
The Push-in CAGE CLAMP® connection perfected our well-known CAGE CLAMP® technology: no tools are required for the push-in termination on solid and ferruled conductors.
2006 (DBP 102005025529)
The WAGO SPEEDWAY automation system provides a technology platform for IP67 I/O modules that meet the highest demands of drive and control technology. SPEEDWAY is known especially for its speed, precision, and previously unheard-of flexibility.
TO-PASS® Telecontrol Solutions
in conjunction with the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM
POWER CAGE CLAMP 35 mm2 and 50 m2
PERSPECTO® Monitors and Panels
picoMAX® Connection System
New 2273 Series COMPACT PUSH WIRE® connector for junction boxes