High-Power PCB Connecter Is Lever Actuated

WAGO introduces its MCS MAXI 832 Series under the banner of being the world’s first lever-actuated PCB connector for high power applications, up to 66A/600V, with up to four AWG conductors. The tool-free, push-in CAGE CLAMP 832 Series with lever operation has high current and voltage capacity relative to its size. The touch-proof connectors (even in unmated condition) feature low mating forces yet high contact forces between mating components for safe, reliable pluggable connections. It also features flexible coding, making for easy and quick coding changes even after the connector is already installed.

 

The MCS MAXI 832 Series’ is a tool-free, in-hand wiring solution for wire sizes 18 to 4 AWG. It features wire-to-board and wire-to-wire configurations in two to six pole variants. For more info, visit WAGO.

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