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Test Terminal Block
- Minimum Order Quantity
- 1 Piece
- Product Type
- Test Terminal Block
Test Terminal Block
* Also available in series- NW & Series-NW/20
Rating - 500V.15A
- Facilities in-situ testing.
- Compact design & construction.
- Extended transparent cover, (optional)
- Choice of front or rear connection.
- Reasonably priced.
- CPRI tested.
- PGCIL approved.
PRODUCT APPLICATION & DESCRIPTION
Nelster Test Terminal Blocks offers convenience in, in-situ testing / calibration of electromechanical and electronic Polyphase integrated meters, protective relays etc, without disrupting the existing load circuit. Housed in high grade phenolic moulding with integrally moulded barriers, it offers ample production against flash-over between terminals.
All Terminals are high quality brass, duly Nickle plated and have 3.40 mm hole for cable entry and M3 screws for clamping.
M4 Brass studs with washers and nuts are provided at the rear, in rear connection types. sealing hole provided on the cover securing knobs and studs, prevent unauthorised access.
The voltage terminals have shorting links and colour coded moulded knobs for operational convenience. Each group of current terminals consist of three terminals with interconnecting screws or links (depends wheather screw or link type) These TTBs are available in screw or link type, for front or back connected applications.
|TYPES || ORDERING CODE |
|a) Screw type front connection. ||SS-34SF|
|b) Screw type back connection. || SS-34SBC |
|c) Link type front connection. || SS-34LFC |
|d) Link type back connection. || SS-34LBC |
For TTBs with extended transparent Cover, sufix-EC to above code.
eg. Screw type front connection with extended transparent Cover. code : SS-34SFC-EC
- Relay Test Blocks and Test Plugs.
- Relay Testing Systems.
- Semaphore Indicators.
- Terminal Blocks.
- Payment Terms
- Cash Against Delivery (CAD), Cash Advance (CA), Others
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- Main Export Market(s)
- Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa