Relay couplers are universal separation elements in electrical automation. It is precisely because of this universal application field that there are changing and diverse requirements.
When developing our TERMSERIES relay couplers and solid-state relays, we made the requirements of practical application our toughest benchmark.
Depending on your requirements, you can choose products with fixed voltage inputs or with variable voltage input. Its narrow 6 mm terminal format is the only one of its kind on the market today. From the high-quality design – no sharp edges – and the large number of variants with screw and tension clamp connections to further features such as a clear status display even in difficult viewing conditions – our products reveal our practical development approach. The symmetry of the product's contours means it can be installed in any direction.Unlimited cross-connection possibilities, even beyond partition plates, ensure flexible application – no matter how unusual your needs are.
Our pre-assembled plug-and-play solution with TERMSERIES interface adapter enables minimised wiring effort. The adapter has a universal fit and offers a genuine space advantage in interaction with the TERMSERIES products with identical contours.
Extensive wiring efforts lead to high throughput times in electrical cabinet building. Thanks to our TERMSERIES interface adapter, you benefit from the speed of our plug-and-play solution. To reduce wiring times, pre-assembled cables are used between the control system and the interface level, and are simply connected to the TERMSERIES adapter. This enables throughput times in electrical cabinet building to be significantly reduced. Our pre-assembled plug-and-play solution with TERMSERIES interface adapter enables minimised wiring effort. The adapter has a universal fit and offers a genuine space advantage in interaction with the TERMSERIES products with identical contours. Thanks to its symmetrical structure, the adapter can be connected to both TERMSERIES coil and contact connections. The use of positive- and negative-switching logic is also possible for the lower level thanks to the potential changeover switch.